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This title, with more than a 100 all-new puzzles in 12 different styles of varying degrees of difficulty, will ensure hours of fun for the whole family.
In this funny and sweet new book in the bestselling Darth VaderÖ series, Eisner Awardûwinning author Jeffrey Brown offers an intimate look at the friendships between best pals in the Star Wars universe
"Be a no-it-all. Meet Grumpy Cat's least favorite things, and more!"--Page 4 of cover.
Challenge your brain with over 350 addictive sudoku puzzles!
Whether a complete beginner or avid expert, this book is guaranteed to provide hours of entertainment and satisfy the most enthusiastic Sudokuk fan!
Welcome to the ultimate rugby quiz book for real rugby fans! Springbok rugby quiz examines the lore of rugby in an unusually entertaining way: It comprises 1001 questions and answers. Rugby lovers can now enjoy some of the most outlandish anecdotes, as well as cold, hard facts and statistics, about this game we all love.
With entries such as 'Look, it's raining through that boy's trousers!', and 'Can we get something to eat? I'm vanished!', this book collects together the craziest and the funniest stuff that kids say in one hilarious volume - it's guaranteed to have you chuckling your socks off!
Ek is Uys van der Hoven, ek het Nico Nel in 1976 onderstebo ontmoet à So vertel Uys van der Hoven van sy en Nico Nel se ontmoeting. Nico Nel het op die gewilde TV-program Maak 'n las naam gemaak as storieman van formaat.
Getting up at the crack of dawn, wearing school uniform, squabbles in the schoolyard, endless homework... those were the best days of your life! It's time to relive them with this new collection of side-splitting jokes and ridiculous exam answers, showcasing the very best (and worst) in school humour.
Blind date at a funeral is a collection of coming-of-age stories by bestselling author Trevor Romain, which he recorded in journals, notebooks and on beer-stained bar napkins over the years and is retelling now.