A humourous little cartoon flick book for instant amusement.
Flick through images featuring a rugby supporting sheep charicature enjoying rugby on the couch.
|Author:||Golden Books Publishing Company (COR)|
|Series:||Big Golden Books|
Grumpy Cat, the most famous cat in the world, stars in her very own Christmas-themed Big Golden Book! Grumpy Cat has over 8 million Facebook followers, her own TV movie, a mobile game, and now . . . a Christmas-themed Big Golden Book! In the story of Grumpy Cat's F... read more
It is Christmas Eve and as usual mum and dad are knee-deep in presents that need to be wrapped. Dad suggests a sherry 'to keep us both going.' Then out comes the Baileys. And mum hits the rum. Hours of merriment and a stocking-clad tango later, they drift off to s... read more
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a zombie in possession of brains must be in want of more brains.' So begins Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, an expanded edition of the beloved Jane Austen novel featuring all-new scenes of bone-crunching zombie mayhem. This special, tie-in movie edition is ... read more
Collection of images selected for an exhibition of Leunig's paintings and satirical cartoons at the National Gallery of Victoria. Foreword by Helen Garner and comments by the artist, the selection contains the signs of struggle, normally etched out in the printing process.
Following the success of the first volume of The Little Things, not surprisingly comes More Little Things! Written by Matt Lawrey and drawn by Peter Lole, The Little Things is the most successful cartoon to come out of New Zealand in many years, and this book is a second collection from the popular da... read more
The night Dad had a few cheeky ones after work, forgot the milk and tripped over the rubbish, Mum called him A Wild Thing and said "Don't mind me!" and spent the rest of the night on the phone ...In this hilarious, touching homage to Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things A... read more
It's a year after the Brexit vote. The four housemates and Timmy are on a visit to see their evil genius cousin Rupert. Rupert owns a chunk of the Jurassic Coast, part of which he has turned into an island and declared independence from Britain. Its fifteenth-century Dorse... read more
Enid Blyton's books are beloved the world over and The Famous Five have been the perennial favourite of her fans. Now, in this new series of Enid Blyton for Grown-Ups, George, Dick, Anne, Julian and Timmy go camping in the deep dark woods. Sleep does not come easily, so th... read more
OK, hurry up and grab me. We don't have long before the publishers realise I'm not one of those fancy parenting-help people. In here, you'll find some sort-of helpful tips, some pictures, some words and a few crack-up dad tales. I might not be a fancy parenting person, but I am a black ... read more
The prime minister speaks of core and non-core election promises, your boss asks you to commit to an involuntary career event (you're fired), and hospitals refer to negative patient outcomes (you're dead)u How to fight back? This book is a heavy weapon against pol... read more