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When Mitford the giraffe lands a new job as assistant to Panda Summers, diva of the fashion world, he's suddenly rubbing elbows with Shark Jacobs, Zac Possum, and the rest of the Fashion Week crowd. When a last-minute fashion emergency comes up, it's up to Mitford to set a new trend and save the day.
What happens when two young brothers--one who aspires to be saintly and one who aspires to be rich--find a million pounds in cash? AND have only seventeen days to spend it? AND discover there are dangerous men looking for it?
Trapped at home with his over-protective parents, Archer comes up with a scheme to go search for his grandparents, who disappeared in the Antarctic years ago. A classic story of friendship, mystery and bears, with beautiful illustrations by the author.
When Eddie sets off to find a present for her mother, all she knows it that it has to be wonderful, fluffy, little, and squishy. Her quest takes her all over town, and ends with surprises for her and her mom. Colorful, detailed illustrations practically glow and beg to be looked at again and again.
Satisfy curiosity, settle arguments, get gloriously lost in the stars!
Food Lab is for every kitchen, new or old, a scientific travelogue for foodies loaded with beautiful photos and easy to follow, mouth watering, step by step recipes.
Whether or not you're a map geek, you will want to buy this book as a gift and then keep it for yourself and not give it away. Maps are much more than geography - 20th century history and culture can be viewed through its maps, and this is an eclectic, diverse and beautiful collection. A 1901 map of Jewish East London, the world map of Orwell's 1984, a trench map used by soldiers
in the Somme offensive - and 97 more.
A beautifully strange and packed short story collection. You get caught up with Aira in his preposterous logic problems and descriptions of artwork—such as a historical scene on a ship deck depicted in a folded cafe napkin, a dissolving Mona Lisa that becomes Debussyscented candles. Aira poses important questions, like: Would you rather have a Picasso or be a Picasso? For lovers of Borges, Cortazar, Calvino, Murakami.
I don't quite know exactly what this is but I'm in awe. Biography or Etsy shop? Scrapbook and photo album or feminist polemic? Either way RBG and her legions of admirers win my ardent admiration for her life work and their creativity.