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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…
If you are having one of those down sort of days and nothing seems to cheer you up grab a copy of Life’s Lessons and open at the first page. Lucy’s view on life right from the beginning where she confesses she is crabby will make you smile. As she…
Before you read this book make very, very, sure you leave your ideas about life, death and particularly religion firmly some other place, as this is a very cleverly written look at all three of these facts which affect each and every one of us.While it is not the done…
Charlie Brown is an all-time favourite whose interesting way of living his life and solving life’s dilemmas has appealed to generations of children and adults alike and he’s back, offering his home grown look at life to another generation.
When Roland Harvey and his family head off for their holidays it seems there are adventures galore,  and as Roland Harvey is pretty good at drawing he has added a whole lot of pictures to his journal of his family and their holidays. Everything We Ever Saw is very clever,…
The book is a bit too much to take in in one sitting but makes fascinating reading, chapter by chapter or section by section. However you choose to read it you will be entertained, informed, shake or nod you head in agreement or disagreement Maybe you will  see some of…
In Portnoi’s latest offering on the more shall we say abstract side of cricket, he has done terrific job of digging out not just the history of the Ashes but also the many funny, bizarre and sometimes ridiculous goings-on which all add a lighter side to the game we lovingly…
This is truly a book of words and a word on books – do pardon the pun - but what a joy to open the pages of book that states (at least the Author does) this book is not to be taken seriously and should not, definitely not, be read…
Bitingly funny and very, very wry this is one offering all lovers of cats should take a look at, as it gives a true insight into how well trained our beloved cats managed to get we humans. If you are not a Simon’s Cat lover, hard core fan or total…
Language is a fascinating medium. It can be used in so many ways but once the legendary Jack Dyer got hold of the language, in his case the Australian language, an entirely new spin was placed on the words and meanings. Known not only for his undisputed talent on the…
Absurdity – does this relate to life as we know it today or has it always related to life as it is and always has been? Foley, in amongst doing an analysis of James Joyce and Marcel Proust’s greatest works – sometimes manages to get the message across that life…
Funny, witty, charming and in some parts downright unbelievable Martin Plowman takes you on a madcap, and often challenging, trip along the road to chasing and researching extra-terrestrials.      Becoming addicted to UFO’s,  extra-terrestrial sighting and all things unexplained while doing a PhD, he finds himself in search of the truth…

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