Mr. Simon Peacock

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Lost Thing by Shaun Tan
Lost Thing by Shaun Tan
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Simon Peacock, 16 May 2013
Got this for my 5 year old boy after he had read it at school and raved about it. I've been reading it every night now for about 2 months and I enjoy it just as much as he does. Brilliant book with wonderful illustrations and also great if you want to promote "different thinking" and "not getting too pre-occupied with stuff". Hopefully, my son will always look up when everyone else is looking down!
Steve Coogan Live - As Alan Partridge And Other Le&hellip
7 of 15 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Simon, 30 Nov 2009
I also saw Coogan on the second half of his tour and I concur - it was awful. Apart from Alan Partridge, the other characters were embarassingly unfunny. Coogan himself didn't seem as though he could be bothered. If you're a Steve Coogan fan, do yourself a favour - don't buy this DVD, because it'll shatter your illusions.
How the World Can be the Way it is: Inquiry for th&hellip by Steve Hagen
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars How it really is, 18 Oct 2004
This book is a must for anyone that has more than a passing interest in any of the following:
1. Philosophy
2. Science
3. Buddhism
It has the kind of detail and focus that is saddly lacking in the majority of books that tackle these lofty subjects, but it is expressed in a way that is down to earth and easy to read.
If you truly have an interest in "what really is real" and can stand having your head unscrewed, readjusted and screwed back on again, then this is the book for you. Outstanding.

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