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    The Telegraph: Killer Sudoku 2

    R111,00
    Prepare yourself for a serious mental workout with this new collection of killer sudoku from the Telegraph.

    The Art of Christian Conversation

    R2 244,00

    101 Things to Do Instead of Playing on Your Phone

    R136,00
    Our phones have become a constant distraction; it's time we put them down and rediscovered the simple art of taking a few minutes out. This book offers an imaginative list of games and tips aimed at curing us of our portable tech addiction.

    A Little Course in Crochet: Simply Everything You Need to Succeed

    R201,00
    Ever wanted to learn how to crochet but don't know where to begin? This book takes you from beginner to being able to make crochet projects. It helps you start with basic crochet stitches, including chain stitches and treble crochet, build on your skills with 20 crochet patterns and show off with a crochet hat, and crochet baby clothes.

    The Art of Conversation: All Ages

    R187,00
    With 300 fascinating and conversation building questions, plus blank cards on which to write your own TAOC® questions, this game is for everyone. It is suitable for all ages - the only knowledge needed to successfully contribute is your own life experiences, interests and ideas.

    The Art of Food Conversation

    R2 244,00

    50 Blaaskansblokraaie 2

    R56,00
    In vandag se gejaagde lewe is dit uiters belangrik om 'n gesonde balans tussen werk en ontspanning te skep. Om tyd te maak vir aktiwiteite wat jou 'n blaaskans gee is nie 'n luukse nie, dit is 'n noodsaaklikheid.

    1,411 QI Facts to Knock You Sideways

    R128,00
    QI team return with this year's groaning sack of astonishment. Prepare to be knocked sideways... Orchids can get jetlag. Lizards can't walk and breathe at the same time. There are 177,147 ways to tie a tie. Ladybird orgasms last for 30 minutes. Traffic lights existed before cars. Sir Bruce Forsyth is four months older than sliced bread.

    Daily Mail All New Giant Crosswords 1

    R183,00
    100 brand new two-speed puzzles from the Daily Mail.

    Pretty Patterns

    R204,00
    The Pretty Patterns Colouring Book for Grown-ups gives all creative types the opportunity to personalize over one hundred pages of the most beautiful illustrations imaginable. With a hugely diverse range of styles and scenes, there is something here for all tastes.

    Knack Chess for Everyone: A Step-by-Step Guide to Rules, Moves & Winning Strategies

    R391,00
    Knack Chess for Everyone provides an alternative: a clear, understandable, and fun entry into chess that doesn't ignore the complexities and challenges.

    World's Greatest Collection of Bible Word Games, Volume 2

    R193,00 R214,94
    Featuring Bible-based crosswords, word searches, acrostics, sudoku, anagrams, and a half-dozen other types of puzzles, this collection will provide hours of entertainment. You might even learn some important Bible facts along the way!

    The Perfect Bet: How Science and Maths are Taking the Luck Out of Gambling

    R272,00
    Gamblers have been trying to figure out how to game the system since our ancestors first made wagers over dice fashioned from knucklebones: in revolutionary Paris, the 'martingale' strategy was rumoured to lead to foolproof success at the roulette table; now, in the 21st century, professional gamblers are using cutting-edge techniques to tilt the odds further in their favour. At the roulette wheel, card table or racecourse, science is giving us the competitive edge over opponents, casinos and bookmakers. But is there such a thing as a perfect bet? The Perfect Bet looks beyond probability and statistics to examine how wagers have inspired a plethora of new disciplines - spanning chaos theory, behavioural psychology, machine learning and game theory - which are not just revolutionising gambling, but changing our fundamental notions about chance, randomness and luck. Explaining why poker is gaming's last bastion of human superiority over artificial intelligence, how methods originally developed for the US nuclear programme are helping pundits predict sports results and how a new breed of algorithms are managing to lose banks and asset traders millions, The Perfect Bet has the inside track on just about any wager you'd care to place.