A POINTLESS HISTORY OF THE WORLD
Richard Osmand and Alexander Armstrong display their seamless humour in this intelligent, informative and brilliantly mastered factual book, exploring the world’s rich past. The twosome, known for their gameshow Pointless, don’t fail to entertain in their usual factual yet comical set up.
This is the sort of book you can dip into on your commute home.
Covering everything from the Big Bang to the fall of the Roman Empire, the Ice Age to the evolution of language, Henry VIII to Last of the Summer Wine. This is the sort of book you can dip into on your commute home, or for just before bed silliness.
HURRAH FOR GIN
Hurrah For Gin gives the ‘behind the scenes’ view of parenting; Katie Kirby skilfully creates a series of anecdotes that demonstrate how it is perfectly acceptable to love your children and find them overwhelmingly irritating all at once.
Parenting is a challenge and that’s OK – but also that gin can help too.
This novel is ideal for parents or parents to be, with its laugh out loud stories. Let the words of Kirby comfort and nurture you as a parent does, and reassure you that parenting is a challenge and that’s ok – but also that gin can help too.
PEGGY AND ME
If you are a lover of Miranda’s goofy persona and all things canine, then this is the book for you.
The usual comical and cringe worthy moments that we love from Miranda.
More like a walk in the park with a friend, this real life account is truly hilarious packed full of the usual comical and cringe worthy moments that we love from Miranda. Miranda’s journey with Peggy (her Shih Tzu Bichon Frise cross puppy) begins during a particularly low point in her life, and the pair’s bond helps her through with plenty of deep belly laughs and touching moments of loyalty and friendship along the way.
Publisher: Hodder & Stroughton