Written by a graduate, A Guide to Uni Life offers a unique viewpoint on how to juggle studying, having fun and avoiding money troubles by someone who has lived through the experience themselves and can pass on lots of handy tips and advice for new or potential students.
Exciting early work by the Man Booker-shortlisted author, discussing Herge's hugely popular children's books. McCarthy asks the question: is Tintin literature? and delves into a story of hushed-up royal descent in both Herge's work and the family history of the author.
Learning how to sew and how to choose the tools and supplies to begin sewing can be confusing, but Sewing For Dummies, 3rd Edition guides readers through the process. This book provides 25% new and revised content including updated projects, more step-by-step illustrations, a refreshed colour insert and additional how-to graphics.
From dardledumdue, which means daydreamer in East Anglia, through forkin robbins, the Yorkshire term for earwigs, to clemt, a Lancashire word that means hungry, it investigates an astonishingly rich variety of regional expressions, and provides a fascinating insight into the history of the English language.
Shows in easy steps how to solve those trickier puzzles. This title helps you learn to spot: double straight clues; double meaning clues; word exchange clues; homophone clues; anagrams; and all the other clever clues beloved of crossword compilers. The explanations show how the answers are arrived at, so you can see precisely how each clue works.