Agenda/Calendrier 2017 (Format 15,2 cm x 22,9 cm) Softcover: Facilement et mince pour en chemin. Dans 11 exécutions différentes disponible: 1) Rose 2) Noir 3) Mer 4) Fleurs 5) Panneau scolaire 6) Vert 7) Jaune 8) Bleu 9) Multicolore 10) Lilas 11) Rouge Contenu: Année Présentation 1 double page Agenda: Une semaine par double page Calendrier de vacances (Belgique) Jours fériés (Belgique) Calendrier d'anniversaire 1 double page 10 pages de notes Un total de 124 pages.
Saving Sterling Forest
The story of the twenty-five-year quest to preserve twenty thousand acres of forest in southeastern New York.
Gen Urobuchi and Shinjiro's manga adaptation of Type-Moon's hit anime and novel series continues! With the fourth Holy Grail War underway, seven magi and their summoned heroes from history battle to the death to claim the grail and have their wishes granted! Kiritsugu continues to fight however the toll of his actions weighs on him... has his sacrifice been worth it? In order to get to Kayneth and his servant, Lancer, Kiritsugu and Maiya bring down an entire skyscraper, but in the ruins of the explosion a mysterious object is unearthed instead of corpses. Meanwhile, Caster uses hostages to draw out Saber for his twisted purposes!
OLIVIA Leads a Parade
Olivia, Ian, and Julian decide to create a backyard parade in this delightful story based on an episode. Francine is invited to join in, but she decides to create her own parade instead. It’s up to Olivia to convince Francine that one big, fabulous parade is better than two medium parades! Olivia has a BIG imagination, and this beautiful treasury is a perfect showcase for it! Five stories on tabbed board pages explore Olivia’s dreams of becoming a painter, an opera singer, a surfer, an actress, and a ballerina. And with a plastic handle on the spine, it’s easy for little ones to take OLIVIA Imagines with them wherever they go!
Miss Peregrine s Home for Peculiar Children Sampler
A mysterious island. An abandoned orphanage. A strange collection of very curious photographs. It all waits to be discovered in Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, an unforgettable novel that mixes fiction and photography in a thrilling reading experience. As our story opens, a horrific family tragedy sets sixteen-year-old Jacob journeying to a remote island off the coast of Wales, where he discovers the crumbling ruins of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. As Jacob explores its abandoned bedrooms and hallways, it becomes clear that the children were more than just peculiar. They may have been dangerous. They may have been quarantined on a deserted island for good reason. And somehow—impossible though it seems—they may still be alive. A spine-tingling fantasy illustrated with haunting vintage photography, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children will delight adults, teens, and anyone who relishes an adventure in the shadows.
-- The book that was confiscated by the Secret Service because they thought it contained hacking secrets! (It doesn't) -- Nominated for the Origins Award for Best Roleplaying Supplement.
Lord of the Barnyard
A wildly hilarious and subversive view of Middle America begins in the last Ice Age, ends in today's Midwest, and includes dam disasters, bar brawls, factory rats, and the picaresque adventures of farmboy John Kaltenbrunner. A first novel. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.
The incisive and often hilarious story of one of our most interesting cultural phenomena: boredom It’s the feeling your grandma told you was only experienced by boring people. Some people say they’re dying of it; others claim to have killed because of it. It’s a key component of depression, creativity, and sex-toy advertisements. It’s boredom, the subject of Yawn, a delightful and at times moving take on the oft-derided emotion and how we deal with it. Deftly wrought from interviews, research, and personal experience, Yawn follows Mary Mann’s search through history for the truth about boredom, spanning the globe, introducing a varied cast of characters. The Desert Fathers—fourth-century Christian monks who made their homes far from civilization—offer the first recorded accounts of lethargy; Thomas Cook, grandfather of the tourism industry, provided escape from the mundane for England’s working class; and contemporarily, we meet couples who are disenchanted by monogamous sex, deployed soldiers who seek entertainment and connection in porn, and prisoners held in solitary confinement, for whom boredom is a punishment for crimes they may or may not have committed. With sharp wit and impressive historical acumen, Mann tells the unexpected story of the hunt for a deeper understanding of boredom, in all its absurd, irritating, and inspiring splendor.
A retrospective of a distinguished graphic designer, influential on both sides of the Atlantic
Trieste, 1867. Two petty criminals, Sarcany and Zirone, intercept a carrier pigeon. They find a ciphered message attached to its leg and uncover a plot to liberate Hungary from Austro-Hungarian rule. The two meet with Silas Toronthal, a corrupt banker, and form a plan to deliver the conspirators to the police in exchange for a rich reward. The three conspirators, Count Sandorf, Stephen Bathory and Ladislas Zathmar are arrested and sentenced to death. Fifteen years later, the renowned physician Dr. Antekirtt sets out to avenge those three brave men. Enlisting the aid of two French acrobats, Pescade and Matifou, he scours the Mediterranean in search of those who planned the betrayal. Rich beyond all imagination, wielding great power and master of an island fortress filled with advanced weaponry, Dr. Antekirtt will not rest until justice is done.