A hilarious rollercoaster ride of pure entertainment for 9+ readers everywhere, Birthday Boy is the new Baddiel Blockbuster: featuring David’s inimitable and award-winning combination of wish-fulfilment, heart and hilarity, all brought to life by regular collaborator Jim Field’s witty, stylish illustrations.
Part of the "Twisters" series, which are first reading books made up of real stories with a beginning, a middle and an end, and turn-the-page appeal. Accompanied by bright, colourful pictures, which help develop visual literacy skills, this title features a birthday party and all the friends have arrived.
"When something special something good or bad happens to you, note the date. Years later maybe more, maybe less on that same date, something else will happen. I m not saying what. It could be good. It could be bad. But it ll be something you ll remember. Note the date. It could be the same day and/or the same month. And if it is the same day and/or the same month, it is a date of fate."
From the Carmenica Diaz Classic Collection! The third story published by Carmenica Diaz and one that unquestionably established her reputation as an excellent writer of FemDom erotica! Ross requested that his wife be a little broadminded and become a little dominant in their sex play. Debra tries and Ross accepts what he thinks is her naïve attempt until Debra devises a unique birthday gift. Happy birthday Ross, happy birthday, Birthday Boy! (First published in 2004)
You may feel middle aged or over the hill, but be happy celebrate your birthday with this awesome product. The best funny birthday gift for family & friends! They will love to use this any time of the year to remember their birthday & your cool gift.Need a unique gift for your automotive enthusiast friend? Then give this trendy gift to him. Perfect for any truck or car enthusiast, petrol head, gear head, mechanic. Everyone will love this design with a classic truck illustration
A boy who was born on Halloween, sees nothing wrong with wearing costumes all year long. Although his parents are not thrilled with his talent for tailoring, the challenge arises when he is expected to make a costume for a contest. Will Leon rise to the occasion, or will he be spooked?
Just like clowns, magicians and dancing dogs, Santa is a great entertainer. At Jesus' birthday party his friends are captured by the entertainer and they forget the real reason for Christmas. But what happens when they are forgotten on their own birthdays? The 25th of December is Jesus' birthday, and like every boy and girl on their special day, Jesus deserves to be the centre of attention.
Robert Morris, a leading figure in postwar American art, is best known as a pioneer of minimalist sculpture, process art, and earthworks. Yet Morris has resisted affiliation with any one movement or style. An extraordinarily versatile artist, he has produced dances, performance pieces, prints, paintings, drawings, and installations, working with materials including plywood, felt, dirt, aluminum, steel mesh, fiberglass, and encaustic. Throughout his career, Morris has written influential critical essays, commenting on his own work as well as that of other artists, and exploring through text many of the theoretical concerns addressed in his artwork—about perception, materiality, space, and the process of artmaking. Have I Reasons presents seventeen of Morris’s essays, six of which have never been published before. Written over the past fifteen years, the essays, along with the volume’s many illustrations, provide an invaluable record of the recent thought of a major American artist. The writings are arranged chronologically, beginning with “Indiana Street,” a vivid autobiographical account of the artist’s early years in Kansas City, Missouri. Have I Reasons includes reflections on Morris’s own site-specific installations; transcripts of seminars he conducted in conjunction with exhibitions; and the textual element of The Birthday Boy, the two-screen video-and-sound piece he installed at the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence, Italy, on the occasion of the five hundredth anniversary of Michelangelo’s David. Essays range from original interpretations of Cézanne’s Mont Sainte-Victoire paintings and Jasper Johns’ early work to engagements with one of Morris’s most significant interlocutors, the philosopher Donald Davidson. Have I Reasons conveys not only Morris’s enduring deep interest in philosophy and issues of resemblance and representation but also his more recent turn toward directly addressing contemporary social and political issues such as corporate excess and preemptive belligerence.