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The Little Book of Otter Philosophy

by Jennifer McCartney HarperCollins (August 22, 2019)

Otters are some of the most delightful animals on the planet.

These long, lean, furry creatures embody pure joy in so many ways – they live for napping, playing, making friends and eating, and forget about...


Read Something Else: Collected & Dubious Wit & Wisdom of Lemony Snicket

by Lemony Snicket HarperCollins (April 16, 2019)

Looking for wit, wisdom, and inspiration all within the pages of one useful book? Read Something Else. 

Life is a turbulent journey, fraught with confusion, heartbreak, and inconvenience. This collection of...


I-SPY AT THE SCHOOL GATE: My Mum’s Better Than Your Mum (I-SPY for Grown-ups)

by Sam Jordison HarperCollins (November 03, 2016)

From Sam Jordison, author of the bestselling Crap Towns series, comes I-SPY for Grown-ups.

The I-SPY concept is very simple: it’s like the ‘I spy with my little eye’ game, only instead of all the tedious...


I-SPY SIGNS AND INSTRUCTIONS: You Must Obey (I-SPY for Grown-ups)

by Sam Jordison HarperCollins (November 03, 2016)

From Sam Jordison, author of the bestselling Crap Towns series, comes I-SPY for Grown-ups.

The I-SPY concept is very simple: it’s like the ‘I spy with my little eye’ game, only instead of all the tedious...


I-SPY THE UK: While It Lasts (I-SPY for Grown-ups)

by Sam Jordison HarperCollins (November 03, 2016)

From Sam Jordison, author of the bestselling Crap Towns series, comes I-SPY for Grown-ups.

The I-SPY concept is very simple: it’s like the ‘I spy with my little eye’ game, only instead of all the tedious...