'Very funny book alert!' Nina Stibbe, author of Love, Nina 'Made me chuckle heartily!' Greg Jenner, author of A Million Years Years in a Day 'It's such a good idea. Were it not for my excellent bladder control, I would have weed myself' Stuart Heritage From God ‘Best Size for a Bang?’ via Dickens ‘Things Urchins Say’, Henry VIII 'Breaking Bad News to women from Cleeves' and Karl Marx 'Cheating at Monopoly', here are the greatest moments from history as told through internet search histories. Following on from classic humour titles such as 1066 and all that and An Utterly Impartial History of Britain comes Dale Shaw's brilliant new take on all the funniest moments from the past - the perfect gift for any history buff who wants a chuckle.
This Christmas give them, The PERFECT stocking filler, Sure to make them laugh. The Sellotape end Unlocatable it seems Christmas is cancelled How many gin tins Is decreed appropriate For this train journey? The sound of a splash My Hobnob falls to pieces My tea is sullied Every houseplant Suffers a slow painful death I am a monster You're at the seaside A seagull eyes your Magnum You won't win that fight Enjoy this hilarious collection of over 200 haikus that sum up the complex, confusing and often compounding character of the British people - a great stocking filler or secret santa gift!
Moravian Architecture and Town Planning
Author: William J. Murtagh
Publisher: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press
In the tradition of the Stations of the Cross. Fr. Nassal leads us through 15 Stations of the Crib, a journey to the manger and the mission that lies beyond it. Drawn from the infancy narratives in Luke and Matthew, these poetic reflections are filled with stories, images and insights that entertain, enlighten and engage.