In early 2013, comedian Rosie Wilby found herself at a crossroads with everything she'd ever believed about romantic relationships. When people asked, 'who's the love of your life?' there was no simple answer. Did they mean her former flatma... read more
Folks of a certain age are more likely to be found snoozing than doing anything useful around the house, but that doesn't mean they're completely useless. This book shows you 69 and a half ways that they can be put to work.
Lewd, crude and downright rude.Lyrics and to some of the most popular bawdy songs and limericks ever invented.Gargle your throat with several pints of good beer, sing your jolly heart out and come back for a bit more (as the actress said to the bishop). 0
This omnibus edition - now in hardback - contains much of Norman Thelwell's invaluable advice to aspiring equestrians on how to get into the saddle and stay there; each item illustrated with inimitable and deadly clarity. From the first publication of Angels on Horseback in 1957, t... read more
Old age comes to us all, but it doesn't mean we can't enjoy sporting activities! This hilarious collection of illustrations by Silvey-Jex is sure to bring a smile to the face of those who the younger generation believe are past it!
Tui, the little beer that did. This is the story of 125 years of brewing, ever since a bloke by the name of Henry Wagstaff made the mental leap between having the best cuppa tea he'd ever tasted, made with water from the Mangatainoka River, to thinking... read more
Written by Psychologist Sam Kotadia, illustrated by Nick Hilditch; The Pocket Psychologist series is a playful, practical, uplifting guide to Positive Thinking. The gift-books are ideal for that special someone who needs a dose of Positive Thinking!
For more than 50 years the Three Stooges performed their classic comedy mayhem to audiences of all ages in 200 comedy shorts, 25 feature films, and thousands of television and stage appearances. In a tribute to the trio’s enduring popularity and lasting legacy, the meticul... read more
When Bob Dylan crooned, "The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind," it turned out a lot of people thought he had declared an odd but worthy allegiance to tiny creatures in trouble: "The ants are my friends, blowin' in the wind " Word lovers, pun lovers, music lovers, sl... read more