The painfully funny history of Britain you were never taught at school, chronicling some of the ludicrous things the British have done to the world since time immemorial - and then conveniently forgetting we've done them, of course.
Charles Dickens's heartwarming winter tale... with guinea pigs in the starring roles!
Miserable to the core and wholly unwilling to celebrate Christmas, the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge says `Bah! Humbug!' to the festive season. But then one chilly night he is visited by three Spirits, who take him on a journey through time so he can learn the error of his ways and discover the true meaning of Christmas.
Presents a selection of 1,423 facts to bowl you over. This title includes facts such as: Bees can play football; cholesterol is good for you; camels gave humans the common cold; English has 3,000 words relating to drunkenness; in 1851 all the 436,800 sandwiches sold in London were ham; and, Iceland has more volcanoes than footballers.
Including over 10,000 terms labelled in English, French, German, Spanish and Italian, this illustrated dictionary is organised into 15 different themes, including eating out, work, transport and entertainment, ensuring you get swift access to the word you need.
Ideas to inspire anyone to write and develop better and more effective copy.
The best copywriting ideas, from the best companies, in one book. Designed to be a stimulating and fast read for anyone looking for inspiration and new ideas. Part of a series ('100 Great Ideas') of mass business books published by Marshall Cavendish, designed to appeal to a very broad audience.
Are you looking for a great idea or some inspiration to make your marketing an
In a world where we're bombarded with advice on going green, authors Mark Townsend and David Glick take a refreshing line and tell us how NOT to go green. Indeed, they're here to help us f**k up the planet good and proper. And it's easier than you think.
These three beautifully written stories in Xhosa and English deal with important issues in an accessible and sensitive manner. They are perfect material for newly literate learners or those learning either Xhosa or English as an additional language.