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Mr. Mo (Mr. Men and Little Miss) by Roger Hargreaves
Mr. Mo (Mr. Men and Little Miss) by Roger Hargreaves
5.0 out of 5 stars A tome for our time..., 28 Nov 2013
Hargreaves once again splits bone from marrow as he cuts to the heart of society's needs. This hard hitting book reminds all of us that growing facial hair can make a big difference to society. That we can all contribute to making this a better world.
Highly recommended. Buy one, if only to donate to the Movember cause...
Symphony No. 1, Op. 21 - Full score (Beethovens We&hellip by Ludwig van Beethoven
4.0 out of 5 stars Almost perfect!, 18 Sep 2013
An excellent, authentic Kindle edition of the score. It's all there and is clear to read.
Big disappointment that the pages are smaller than my iPad screen with no apparent way to enlarge - unless you open and close each page with a double tap...
I'd happily give 5 stars if I could enlarge the pages and still be mobile enough to follow the score at performance pace.
I would like to be able to annotate the score for study - another feature not possible with this edition.
TeckNet 2 in 1 Micro-Knit Fabric Tip Capacitive To&hellip by TeckNet
5.0 out of 5 stars Well worth the price, 29 May 2013
What a great idea! One end of this regular sized pen is a very neat and tidy roller ball, fine tipped ink pen. It writes well and is fluent by way of movement making scribbling on real paper a pleasure. The other end is a very tough, hard wearing iPad stylus. The microfibres are firm and easy to use, much much better than using a rubber tipped stylus. It is accurate, doesn't squeak, nor marks the iPad surface. And as this is the same size as a Biro, Parker or any other "regular" pen or pencil, it is both comfortable and easy to use. I thought it was a little pricey at first, but having used it for a while, I can say that it is worth every penny.

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