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Of course you love being a parent. But sometimes, it just sucks.
Bursting with head-scratching exam answers, this collection brings together the most side-splitting examples from the F in Exams series.
A new range of titles Beautiful images alongside motivational quotes Endearing cover designs The perfect gift.
Full of adult humour, including cartoons and tabloid articles - a must-buy for anyone that enjoys crude humour.
A parody of the timeless WhereÆs Wally? Series, this book invites you to find Jacob Zuma in a number of colourful, humorous and somewhat controversial situations, from the courtroom to the Union Buildings, from the Gupta wedding to Nkandla, from the Mandela memorial to the 2015 State of the Nation debate.
Marking the twentieth anniversary of Notes from a Small Island, the author makes a brand-new journey round Britain to see what has changed. He gives us an acute and perceptive insight into all that is best and worst about Britain.
For seventy-five years, The Friendship Book's inspirational and reflective daily anecdotes, quotes and poems have warmed the hearts and enriched the lives of generations of devoted readers. In our specially-compiled anniversary edition of this much-loved annual, Francis Gay's insightful words of wisdom are the perfect accompaniment as we journey together through the year ahead, sharing faith, hope and love. This is an uplifting anthology to dip into every day. Whatever the season and whatever challenges we may face, The Friendship Book always offers words of comfort and optimism, while thirty stunning colour photographs reflect the beauty of God's world around us.
This is for you You, Mum! is part of the whiispers series, which provides expressions of love and admiration to celebrate the magic of relationships. The bond between mother and child is explored in this book of kid's quotes. Mothers spend so much time looking after their childre, we can often overlook how much children love their mothers in return. This book lets children say, in their own words, what their mothers mean to them.
The Simpsons, television's most loved dysfunctional and beloved animated family, are once again the stars of their very own annual, filled to the brim with brand new comic strip adventures and fun feature pages!
The British consume at least double the per capita quantity of baked beans eaten by any other nationality. 20 per cent of men claim that they can do DIY jobs better than any professional. Containing facts about who we are, information about what we do, and figures about how we've changed, this paints a numerical portrait of Britain.
The ranter's guide to South Africa is a snappy, humorous debunking, A-Z, of all the hot air and rabble rousing that steams up the public debate in South Africa today.
In this funny and sweet new book in the bestselling Darth VaderÖ series, Eisner Awardûwinning author Jeffrey Brown offers an intimate look at the friendships between best pals in the Star Wars universe
'As soon as you trust yourself, you will know how to live.' Johann Wolfgang von Goethe This inspirational little book is bursting with witty and positive quotes and uplifting statements, perfect for helping you see yourself as the amazing person you really are.
This adorable collection of cute canine pictures and heart warming quotes is dedicated to our lovable and faithful four-legged friends. The wag of their tails speaks a thousand words and their loyalty knows no bounds. Dog lovers everywhere will know how dogs delight and enrich our lives and that they truly are a man's best friend.
Khaya Dlanga has established himself as one of the most influential individuals in South African media, particularly social media, a platform he uses to promote discussions on topics that range from the frivolous to the profound. In To Quote Myself, Khaya recounts entertaining and moving stories about his roots and upbringing in rural Transkei.