Even though the core of the book is scientific and factual, and the style is often (necessarily) dry, Bradshaw's concern and love for cats shines through...
A rich, moving story of the link between a street-wise cat and a man who earns his living on the streets—perfect for cat lovers.
The Mad Hatter's youthful, disheveled appearance makes him resemble a modern hipster, and the pop-up trial scene features a flying pack of cards. A clever and inventive interpretation.
A Week in Winter is unfortunately the last of her books, as she died in 2012. It’s a shame, really, because we could all use more cozy and comfortable now and then.
Here’s another that’ll make your eyes pop
This encouraging tale of finding love and hope in unexpected places is full of small yet valuable life lessons that any animal-lover would appreciate...
With almost every turn of a page, there’s a flash of recognition. “I didn’t know you could eat that!” you find yourself saying.
...the book is unlikely to appeal to nonbotanists.
The volume will have particular appeal to readers of gender studies, but these stories ultimately prove that true partnership is gender blind.
...if you're a 4e player, this book once again gives you plenty of new material that can be used in the current Encounters season, which is a great benefit... For DM's I'd put this book up there with Neverwinter as being an essential purchase for its advice on how to build better adventures.
His book, "Cat Daddy: What the World's Most Incorrigible Cat Taught Me About Life, Love, and Coming Clean" is pawsome! It's like Mr. Galaxy actually speaks cat.
One of the best things about Chic On a Shoe String is that it teaches how to recycle and repurpose so many things from old clothes to broken necklaces. A ribbon becomes a belt, shoe laces a charismatic choker and a silk scarf a summer top. It’s a fun way to learn to sew and build a wardrobe.
I absolutely will use this book for ideas when we have play dates or even for kids’ birthday parties. There are lots of fun activities that can be executed quickly without spending any money — now that’s my idea of a good time.
An impressive blend of biography and magical realism.
The U.S. edition of Nigel Slater's latest cookbook, "Ripe: A Cook in the Orchard," is pretty irresistible.
But this is not your average 'play with your food' book, they take making pictures with your food to a whole new level.
...has proved to be the most lasting element of Burnett's literary legacy. Perhaps that shouldn't surprise us, given how ahead of its time it was.
...a well-oiled, fact-packed, and fast-paced history of the Glock...
Few writers can elevate a yarn about a Hollywood dog into a meditation on the durability of myth and the nature of heroism... With this book, the story of Rin Tin Tin will more certainly live on.
In befriending Atticus and carrying his father’s memory to those serene mountain peaks, Ryan admits he discovered a rare peacefulness, a quality that underscores this touching chronicle.