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Once you get past the regulatory ‘language’ this is a funny, irreverent look at the the domestic scene and life with the family, told in the very witty and wise manner of comedienne Many Nolan.
Every Mum knows exactly how this Mum feels when she simply decides ENOUGH! She does not get dressed and storms off up the stairs when Dad says she is like a wild thing! She’s gone on strike! Mum decides to retire to her bubble bath and the family can look…
In this downright funny, laugh out loud look at becoming a new parent, many of the pitfalls of suddenly discovering that life with a new baby is placed in perspective with a wonderful, tongue-in –cheek  guide on the ‘do’s and don’ts of bringing up baby.
This is a rather unusual graphic novel by this father and son team which will appeal to people who enjoy the abstract in life. It features two dogs who have lain on their sofa while the world comes to an end, only to become aware that something unusual has gone…
When TV entered the entertainment arena back in 1948 in America, then arrived on the doorstep of Australia in the 1950’s, life as we used to know it changed considerably. Not only did it bring a variety of entertainment into the lounge room, it took people to places they had…
Move over ‘Where’s Wally’, as the Beatles have burst onto the scene, not quite as they did in the ‘60’s when their music hit the airwaves, but in picture format making the key aspects of their rise to fame come alive again in a completely new dimension.
Snoopy is a much loved creation of Charles M Schultz who has more than stood the test of time as like other Peanuts characters he has his own very specific views on life and how he likes to live it. Take for instance his gripe about rain. Why, he asks…
On the fly leaf of the cover wrap it indicates the words in the book go with a piece of music or perhaps they are a song – obviously! If this is the case, providing the CD would make an excellent addition to the book as it would make a…
Warning! This book should not be read in public places. The laughs, guffaws and snorts will be enough to make people wary of you.  The one liners are superb, concise, and often very accurate. This book is a small hardback, suitable for pocket or handbag. It is divided into ten…
Yes, well what can one say about a graphic novel full of this totally uncouth, to use an old fashioned word, youth who seems to have some sort of appeal to the ‘whatever’ generation. Looking below the obvious, which you have to do unless you enjoy reading a lot of…
If you need a Christmas present for someone who enjoys alcohol and history and has a great sense of humour, then this is a superb book for you! (If you can part with it) The authors are well known for their weekly drinks column in the Daily Telegraph, UK, and…
Did you know that nursery rhymes are full of violence! Well, according to Geoffrey Chandler-Taylor in 1952, after having analysed more than 200 traditional nursery rhymes, came to the conclusion that more than half of these harboured ‘unsavoury elements’.  He then went on to publish this information in his book.…
Of all the Peanuts characters Woodstock would have to be the quiet achiever of the group as without uttering one single word manages to communicate his completely unique way of looking at life, via is great friend Snoopy. To describe his view on life is as simple as it is…
Before we start this is definitely an adult book aimed at the section of the community that have a particularly warped sense of humour, enjoying the slightly black and very definitely ridiculous in life. Meet one Vampire as he sets about deciding just what it is that he would like…
This is a fabulous collection of stories told over many years, all laced with laughter, fun, warmth, tears and joy from Pat McDermott featuring her family, along with an assortment of friends and neighbours, without whom many of the readers of the iconic Australian Woman’s Weekly would be so much…
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