Weir’s back and even weirder! But it’s not just Weir who’s weird, it’s his whole family. Not even their pet bird is normal! How will he keep cool with a school trip to the zoo coming up AND Bella’s birthday party?! It won’t be easy . . . but it will be funny!
The first issue of WEIRD Love was a blazing buzz book-- the hot gossipy talk of comic fans! Now, right on the heels-- the HIGH heels-- of that controversial comic is the second stupifying issue of 1950s and beyond kinky classics. WEIRD Love #2 leads off with a tawdry, torrid tale, ''Yes, I was an Escort Girl!'' with a vintage salacious cover to match! Five more bizarro stories luridly illustrated with Good Girl Art follow, including, ''Mini-skirts Must Go!'' and ''Too Fat for Love!'' WEIRD Love has been called ''by far the most jaw-dropping and entertaining comic today!'' Order this and you will see why fanboys and fangirls!
How I Learned Everything I Needed to Know From Watching Television
Author: Jeff Alexander
Category: Social Science
Read Jeff Alexander's posts on the Penguin Blog. A couch potato’s book of wisdom— 100% commercial free! Some say that entire generations of Americans are being raised by the television…like that’s a bad thing. Not so, says author Jeff Alexander, long-time television writer, advocate of education by television, and recapper for the popular website Television Without Pity. Here, he offers the ultimate in life lessons as seen on TV. Topics include: • Saved by the Bell: School on TV • Somebody Save Me: Super Powers and Magic Spells • Tell Me Why I Love You Like I Do: Relationships on TV • Making A Living: The Workplace • And more With a smart, snarky style, Alexander guides readers through important lessons gleaned from years of TV reviewing (now in convenient book form!), freeing up a whole new generation to learn other things, like how to cure cancer or solve world hunger…or anything more useful than watching TV (Author’s note: Just joking… there is no such thing).
With Party Girls, Roz Bailey took on sex and the city. In Girls' Night Out, she turned dating into the funniest reality TV experience ever. Now, she's back with a pack of friends whose extravagance knows no credit limit. Because when the going gets tough, the tough go shopping. . . When Roz Bailey was five she danced on the cocktail table at the summer cottage while the adults weren't looking and quickly learned that a very ordinary moment could be parlayed into extraordinary fiction. After winning two poetry awards, in suburban Maryland (with thanks to the nuns at St. Philip Neri), all roads led to bull. . .er, fiction. Roz still enjoys dancing, cocktails, and summer places. She lives in New York City with two roommates who also enjoy living beyond their means.
A love story by Rainbow Rowell, the New York Times bestselling author of Eleanor & Park. Cath and Wren are identical twins, and until recently they did absolutely everything together. Now they're off to university and Wren's decided she doesn't want to be one half of a pair any more – she wants to dance, meet boys, go to parties and let loose. It's not so easy for Cath. She's horribly shy and has always buried herself in the fan fiction she writes, where she always knows exactly what to say and can write a romance far more intense than anything she's experienced in real life. Without Wren Cath is completely on her own and totally outside her comfort zone. She's got a surly room-mate with a charming, always-around boyfriend, a fiction-writing professor who thinks fan fiction is the end of the civilized world, a handsome classmate who only wants to talk about words . . . And she can't stop worrying about her dad, who's loving and fragile and has never really been alone. Now Cath has to decide whether she's ready to open her heart to new people and new experiences, and she's realizing that there's more to learn about love than she ever thought possible . . . Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell now comes with special bonus material; the first chapter from Rainbow's irresistible novel Carry On.