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    Large Print Crosswords Extra

    R69,00

    Marina

    R99,00

    The Simpsons Annual 2015

    R49,00
    The Simpsons, television's most loved dysfunctional and beloved animated family, are once again the stars of their very own annual, filled to the brim with brand new comic strip adventures and fun feature pages!

    Parenting: Illustrated with Crappy Pictures

    R69,00
    Of course you love being a parent. But sometimes, it just sucks.

    Best Ever Brain Teasers

    R39,00

    How it Works: The Dog

    R135,00

    The F in Exams: The Big Book of Test Paper Blunders

    R190,00
    Bursting with head-scratching exam answers, this collection brings together the most side-splitting examples from the F in Exams series.

    Hail Sweary: The All New Profanisaurus

    R59,00
    Full of adult humour, including cartoons and tabloid articles - a must-buy for anyone that enjoys crude humour.

    Best Ever Sudoku

    R39,00

    The Best of Adam Sharp

    R250,00

    Trust Me, I'm Dr Ozzy

    R89,00
    * Dr Ozzy's hilarious and surprisingly useful book of advice on health and happiness

    For Your Brilliant Birthday

    R120,00
    Show your birthday bestie how much they mean to you with the help of Purple Ronnie! Cute cartoons combine with silly and sometimes irreverent poems along with funny one-liners to help you tell that special someone just how awesome they are.

    Sudoku

    R49,00
    Sudoku is the ultimate number challenge, with over 200 grids and a variety of difficulty levels

    Wordsearch 2

    R49,00
    Wordsearch Extra has a simple and pretty design, with over 100 new challenges

    To quote myself

    R45,00
    Khaya Dlanga has established himself as one of the most influential individuals in South African media, particularly social media, a platform he uses to promote discussions on topics that range from the frivolous to the profound. In To Quote Myself, Khaya recounts entertaining and moving stories about his roots and upbringing in rural Transkei.