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Bananya has captured the hearts of fans worldwide with his chubby white face and his signature meow. Fans will love this adorable, one-of-a-kind figurine that features unique motion and sound elements. Kit includes: * One-of-a-kind, peel-able Bananya figurine with base that says Nya! when revealed * 16-page sticker book
The author met Peter in the spring of 2017. He--calm, puppy-eyed, with the heart of a poet and the soul of, also, a poet--came to her first as a foster. He was unable to stay with his previously assigned foster for reasons that are none of your business, but which we will tell you were related to frequent urination. The rescue needed someone free of the sort of responsibilities that would force her to regularly leave the house for either work or socializing, and a writer was the natural choice. Thus began a love story for the ages. THE PARTICULARS OF PETER is a funny exploration of the joy found in loving a dog so much it makes you feel like you're going to combust, and the author's potentially codependent relationship with her own sweet dog, Peter. Readers will follow Peter and his owner to Woofstock, the largest outdoor festival for dogs in North America, and accompany them to lessons in Canine Freestyle, a sport where dogs perform a routine set to music, creating the illusion that they're dancing with their owners. From learning about Peter's DNA, to seeing if dogs can sense the presence of ghosts, THE PARTICULARS OF PETER will give readers a smart, entertaining respite from the harsh world of humans into the funny little world of dogs. Readers will accompany this lovable duo through exciting trips, lessons, quiet moments of connection, and probably a failure or two. By fusing memoir and infotainment, THE PARTICULARS OF PETER promises to refresh the perennially popular dog lit category in a scrumptiously bighearted barnstormer of a book.
LEGO (R) Minifigures don't play around when it comes to matters of the heart! We Just Click is a sweet and humorous look at love within the zany LEGO universe. Fifty pairs of iconic Minifigures answer the timeless question: I knew we clicked when . . . , sharing heartwarming moments of romance, friendship, and love. * We Just Click features a different diverse relationship on each spread. * Highlights what our favorite Minifigures love about each other with delightful, punny humor * Has a little something for the LEGO lover in each of us We Just Click is a lighthearted, humorous exploration of love within the LEGO universe, in all of its forms. It's almost as if Minfigures were made to fit together. * Features a diverse range of relationships and representation of love * Perfect lighthearted gift for friends, parents, and children-celebrates love in all its forms * Great for nostalgic LEGO lovers, newfound fans, and those who loved The LEGO Movie * Add it to the shelf with books like I Lego N.Y. by Christoph Niemann, A Lovely Love Story by Edward Monkton, and Unlikely Loves: 43 Heartwarming True Stories from the Animal Kingdom by Jennifer S. Holland.
From an Emmy Award-winning writer, witty and hilarious advice to classic literary characters-from Lady Macbeth to Victor Frankenstein-on how to cope with their most arduous, real-life struggles. What would happen if your favorite literary characters wrote in to ask for help from an advice columnist? What suggestions would Hester Prynne need to cope with the judgemental neighbors? What if Mrs. Bennett from Pride and Prejudice asked for tips about managing her financial woes? Emmy Award-winning writer Jay Bushman imaginatively considers those scenarios and dozens more as Aunt Antigone, the agony aunt who dishes practical advice, along with a fair dose of snark. Grouped by theme, Novel Advice features our favorite and most beloved literary characters from all genres as they write in to Aunt Antigone for help with their real-world problems. Discover what Aunt Antigone has to say when Ophelia and Ishmael ask about their dating woes, when Dr. Jekyll searches for the perfect work/life balance, or when Scarlett O'Hara wants tips about the best way to handle stress. Perfect for fans of Texts from Jane Eyre, Tequila Mockingbird, and booklovers everywhere, this book is a hilarious and thought-provoking look at our favorite literary characters seeking help from an advice column with her own dramatic background.
From the feisty and fabulous Joan Rivers of the pet influencer community (Paper Magazine), beloved social media star and canine fashion icon Izzy the Frenchie wittily explains why it's so important we all wear face masks to battle COVID-19. French bulldog and doggy celebrity Izzy loves going out and about just like the rest of us, but she also knows how important it is to be stylish and safe. In Wear the Damn Mask, the four-legged sassy fashion lover (Vogue) shows how you can effortlessly be both. Featuring endearing and funny photos of Izzy accompanied by cheeky words of wisdom on when to wear your mask and how to properly social distance, Wear the Damn Mask is a laugh-out-loud, clever read that will help prevent COVID-19 from literally going to the dogs.
In 50 Things About Us, Mark Thomas combines his trademark mix of storytelling, stand-up, mischief and really, really well-researched material to examine how we have come to inhabit this divided wasteland that some of us call the United Kingdom. Based on his latest show, 50 Things About Us, Mark picks through the myths, historical facts and current figures of our national identities to ask: who do we think we are?
Shag yourself zen. Release all stress with 60 calmer-sutra sexercises and meditations. With easy-to-follow instructional diagrams, and memorable mantras, this book will show you how to achieve inner peace, the fun way. Redirect your energy, master the power of intention. Inhale. Exhale, Cooooooohm.
100% UNOFFICIAL The newly discovered diary of Boris Alexander de Pfeffel Johnson, aged 131/4, provides a fascinating and glimpse into Johnson's innermost thoughts and feelings and will reveal a hitherto hidden side of the man best known to the country as BoJo ___ Tuesday, 20th September, 1977 During Latin this AM, our teacher Mr Beesley - he of the confetti dandruff and bodily odours - demanded that I give a brief talk on Catullus. Apparently I'd volunteered to do so last week, then forgotten about it entirely. Well, dearest D, I don't mind telling you that the Johnson brain was mightily flummoxed. Without the faintest clue what I was about to say, I rose to my feet. Um, gosh, yes, Catullus, I began. What can one say about Catullus? Well, I have always strived to keep my feelings on Catullus a secret. But now I shall have to let the Cat-ullus out of the bag. Yes, yes, very good, Johnson, said Mr Beesley, but you're meant to be telling us about his poetry . Well, um, quite, I shot back. Knowing, as I do, so much about Catullus - and, indeed, his poetry! - it's tough to know where to begin. Perhaps, then, I should start with the basics: Catullus was a Roman. As such, he had a roman head, roman shoulders and, of course, roman hands. Yes, that poet's hands would roam all over the place. He was the most notorious bottom-pincher in the whole republic! Yet more laughter! Sometimes I wonder whether I should be a comedian when I grow up, rather than Prime Minister. Then again, why not BOTH? Ended the day by raiding the tuck shop, to replenish my dwindling supply of Curly Wurlies. Checked my mons pubis for hair again just now. Still nothing . . .