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Bob Ross-whose happy paintings, memorable hairstyle, and quirky catchphrases make us grin from ear to ear-is still as popular as ever, maintaining a core base of fans through a show that has never gone off the air since 1983 and that's embraced by a generation of gamers and millennials, with tributes appearing everywhere from Twitch to Netflix, Buzzfeed, and YouTube. This mini kit captures Ross's matchless appeal. It includes the first-ever officially licensed Bob Ross bobblehead figure, and it plays 10 different wise and witty sayings from the art master. The kit also comes with a mini easel book featuring Ross's landscape works, which can be displayed alongside the bobblehead figure.
Discover Oxford's amazing stories, from Z for Zoo (yes, Oxford once had a zoo until three dangerous animals escaped) to A for Answers (there's a quiz question for every letter). Revel in true tales of Oxford's oddballs, pranksters, poets, murderers, explorers, scientists, actors, criminals and politicians (there may be some crossover here). Learn and laugh about Oxford's curious customs and peculiar protocols. Its eccentric academics and funny fellows. Its ancient university and even older town - and how they've often come to blows. Find answers to the following questions: who burned down half of Oxford cooking a pig? Which plant has killed more people than any other, according to Oxford boffins? Who went to sea as a pirate after graduating from Oxford? Which gruesome body part did Lord Nuffield keep pickled in a jar in his bedroom? Which college was put up for sale on eBay by rival students? Taking the reader on a journey through Oxford's colourful past, this book brings to life a city known around the world. With quirky illustrations and comic tales, it offers a reading adventure that's informative and fun.