Marnie The Dog
By Marnie the Dog, Shirley Braha
Once an old, sick dog who was found on the streets and named 'Stinky', Marnie the Dog got a second lease of life when she was adopted from a shelter at age ten. Soon, her signature looks and endearing personality would capture the hearts of not only her new owner, but nearly everyone she encountered. After photos and videos of Marnie started circulating online, Marnie began charming millions over the world. Whether you're a dog or human, Marnie proves it's never too late to start a new chapter of your life and live it to the fullest. Using a sophisticated creative process comprised of unlimited treats and lots of love, Marnie and her human companion have created their first book of never-before-seen photos, and a few classics, too. Praise for Marnie the Dog: I'm a Book: "Wow, I'm a book haha lol" - Marnie the Dog
Matt for Dads
By Matt Pritchett
Award-winning cartoonist Matt's collection especially for Father's Day.Struggling with what to buy your Dad for Father's Day? This special gift-edition collection of cartoons from Matt is the answer.From family life to fatherly advice, from Dad hobbies to family distractions, Matt's inimitable take on life is the perfect gift for everyone's father.
Mum in a Million
By Judith Holder
An entertaining and mischievous tribute to motherhood - the perfect present for every mother for every occasion.There is no one quite like your mother - but along with the unconditional love and understanding, this also means that there is no one else who always knows when you're fibbing, or where you keep your diary, or the terribly amusing thing you once said at a family wedding when you were five.In an affectionate, amusing and mischievous book, Judith Holder's tribute to motherhood covers everything from mothers through the ages (it's not only the Virgin Mary who we wish had had an immaculate conception) to maternal anxiety and those little things she says and why she says them: 'You're not going out like that', 'What are you doing inside on a lovely day like today?', and the classic 'because I said so.'Using interviews and testimonies from mothers and daughters of all ages, this is a humorous look at motherhood and everything that goes with it, with beautifully illustrated and funny line drawings integrated into the text.
By Frank Warren
The second POSTSECRET book, MY SECRET, focuses on the compelling and personal messages that have been sent in by college students from around the world. Raw and revealing, these secrets express the hopes, fears and wildest confessions of young people everywhere.'This year, I overcame my fear of sleeping with the closet open. I'm 22''People don't change... They just find new ways to lie to you''If I charged the people I babysit for by the scream, I'd be rich''I'm a cheerleader, but secretly I deal drugs''Every time I'm on the phone to my parents, I have to poop'