Photographer Bob Elsdale's pinkest of subject matters will melt your heart in this light-hearted, cheeky reflection on why life as a lady porcine or otherwise is pretty near perfect.
This indispensable reference book is a life saver for those tongue tying moments when you can't think of what to say in a card. Filled with quotes, sayings, poems to cover all occasions.
Photographer Bob Elsdale persuades elephants to perform 'geriantics' beyond belief, just to show when you're young at heart you can combine wisdom with whimsy. After all, it's not the body that counts - it's the grey matter that matters!
Faces in places began its meteoric rise to fame as an internet blog that celebrated a collection of quirky, hilarious, surprising and madcap images captured by ordinary folk with an eye for the bizarre: the ability to see human-like faces in everyday objects. Now the blog has made the leap from screen to printed page. Marvel ... read more
Following the success of Don'ts for Husbands and Don'ts for Wives a brand new old collection of advice for couples from courtship to the honeymoon. On looking for a partner in life: "Don't single out a girl if you do not intend to propose to her, for the way in which your conduct is regarded will be greatly influenced by your... read more
Rugby Union football --Caricatures and cartoons. Rugby Union football --Humor. Sheep --Caricatures and cartoons. Sheep --Humor. New Zealand wit and humor, Pictorial.
|Author:||John E. (John Edward) Dawson|
The West Coast of the South Island holds a special place in the mythology of New Zealand culture. The people who live there are larger-than-life characters. The authors know the locals and their stories well. The book features twenty five stories, most of them true, and fifty four illustrations by well-known cartoonist David Henshaw.
The letters in this book reflect the thoughts, feelings, questions and complaints that a selection of New Zealand children aged 6 – 11 wanted to express to and about their Mums. Their letters offer an unswerving perspective on how children see their Mums. Like children themselves the letters are poignant, often hilarious; alw... read more
|Author:||C. T. Grey|
'Hurt me!' she begged, raising her skirt as she bent over the workbench. 'Very well,' I replied, 'You've got fat ankles and no dress sense.' Colin Grey's life was happy and simple until the day everything changed - the day his wife read THAT book. Suddenly, he was thrust head-first into a dark, illicit world of pleasure and p... read more
Dogs hold a special place in the hearts of New Zealanders. We enjoy their company, admire their hard work on the farm, or guiding and protecting us, and we even have 'Dog' as one of our national icons. Here is a gift book especially for New Zealand dog lovers, bringing together a heart-warming collection of New Zealand dogs, ... read more
|Author:||Mark Leigh & Barney leigh|
Even the most tyrannical of despots or the most scholarly of geniuses probably had a 'Mister Cuddles' or 'Big Ted' at some point in their childhood. As the book's title suggests, this is a collection of bears that could have belonged to the rich and famous. Whether it's politicians, heads of state, artists, spiritual leaders,... read more
|Author:||Ryan G. Van Cleave|
Gaming isn't just a pastime anymore, but an actual epidemic! Did you know 1 in 3 British males would rather play video games than have sex with their partner? Packed with trivia questions, hilarious illustrations, and hard-to-believe fun facts like that one, "You Know You're a Video Game Addict If..." is a hysterical guide to... read more
Augusten Burroughs has lived an unusual life, and has faced more than his fair share of humiliation, transformation and everything in between. 'This Is How' is his no-holds-barred book of advice on topics as varied as: How to feel like crap How to ride an elevator How to be thin How to be fat How to find love How to feel sorr... read more
For fashionistas, astrology-devotees, or anyone who is starry-eyed about shoes, this fabulous illustrated gift book reveals what your birthday shoe says about you. Combining astrology with the chic art of shoe design, "Shoestrology" offers a trendy interpretation of your personality as defined by your birthday shoe. Astrologe... read more
In April 2012, English animator Joe Butcher discovered he could send text messages to HIMSELF on his mobile phone. Naturally, Butcher decided that the best use for this feature would be to send passive aggressive messages to his fictional alter ego October Jones, under the guise of Cooper, his British Bulldog. A classic tale ... read more
From the sublime to the ridiculous, Just My Typo is a hilarious collection of typographical errors, slips of the pen and embarrassing misprints which, like any typo of any kind, should never have happened, cannot be excused, and must not in any way be glorified. Enjoy. You'll travel back in time to meet great figures from his... read more
This new collection of vintage-with-a-twist work by Anne Taintor offers up a fresh serving of Anne's signature hilarious commentary on the joys, challenges, and cocktail hours of motherhood. From the fundamentals (WOW! I get to give birth AND change diapers!) to putting food on the table (you see them as pies . . . I see them... read more
'How big would you like the window in your new corner office?' It's an equal-pay world in the newest installment of the hot-selling Porn For Women series. Fresh flowers abound, the company masseuse is always on hand to rub those tired feet, and promotions happen every year. Porn for the Working Woman presents 40 seductive sce... read more