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A Billion Jokes (Volume 1)
A Billion Jokes (Volume 1)
by Peter Serafinowicz
Edition: Hardcover

5.0 out of 5 stars PSQA with pictures, 5 Nov. 2012
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Capturing all the fun of a twitter #psqa session, with added pictures, genuinely funny with Mr S's pleasant skew on the world displayed in full.

In the absence of further TV shows (The Peter Serafinowicz Show [DVD]) this is a good substitute

Can I pre-order Vol2 please?


Ukulele For Dummies
Ukulele For Dummies
by Alistair Wood
Edition: Paperback

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Get Book Grab Uke Play, 11 Aug. 2011
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This review is from: Ukulele For Dummies (Paperback)
I have a bad Ukulele book habit. I've bought many and have several hard drives worth of tuition videos. If only Al Wood had written this book earlier my kids might not be shoeless.

The book is great, covering just about everything from scratch but not in an interminably detailed or boring manner. Chords - strumming patterns - finger picking and stylistic combinations of the above are all covered so that even a fat-fingered plucker like myself can make their Uke sound good.

Al (Mr Wood?)'s style is engaging and clear, but you may well be familiar with it from the UkeHunt website if you aren't then you probably don't have a Ukulele. Get one - get this book - get playing.


Superhare
Superhare
by Helme Heine
Edition: Hardcover

5.0 out of 5 stars If he asked you to jump off a tree, would you?, 7 Oct. 2004
This review is from: Superhare (Hardcover)
This is a fab kids book with a nice streak of dark humour.
Harry Nibbler is a hare with a desire for fame. He achieves it through a series of outlandish attempts to "be different" and attract attention. All goes well until impressionable other hares start copying him.
Wonderfully illustrated, cute and with a slightly sick streak that would horrify your kid's auntie running through it this is a children's tale that is a worthy successor to the darker realms of fairy stories and a cracking satire on the cult of celebrity


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