Wyse Words is a collection of words that should exist, but don't, helping us define an increasingly bewildering world. Wonderfully funny, yet touchingly human, this is a book that encapsulates a spirit
Takes us through a journey through various reasons the author thinks contemporary life sucks.
This is the third great "QI Annual" written, drawn, photographed and lavishly blu-tacked together by the many writers, performers and brains from the BBC1 TV series, including: Stephen Fry, Alan Davies, Rowan
Idioms are the nuts and bolts of English. They add color and zing to make the language more expressive. This book with its humorous illustrations and witty definitions is almost guaranteed to
This is the somewhat furry story ofthe aloof but endearing feline companion as it has (perhaps wisely) never been told before. If it catches mice, rides with witches on broomsticks, is worshipped
The comedian-writer-filmmaker offers stories, essays, parodies, one-act plays, and fugitive pieces, in which he grapples and gallivants with the slings and arrows of outrageous fortunes and fortuitous outrages
Whilst flipping through issues of The Girl's Own Paper from the 1890s, it gradually dawned on Philip Ardagh that he was witnessing tantalising glimpses of a mystery story unfolding in the seemingly-unrelated
Whether it's snowmen, turkey legs, Christmas trees, or shopping, you can bet Ziggy will have something to say about it. You can also depend on this little bit of Everyperson to spin
Sixty years of Peanuts, generations of fans, a gang of beloved characters, but only one creator: the legend, Charles M. Schulz.Andrews McMeel is proud to showcase the exclusive Celebrating Peanuts: 60 Years.