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Running Press Mini Editions

Bob Ross Bobblehead

Bob Ross
Authors:
Bob Ross
Robinson

Great British Pub Dogs

Abbie Lucas, Paul Fleckney
Authors:
Abbie Lucas, Paul Fleckney

This beautifully photographed collection tells the stories of the much-loved dogs, of all kinds, that live in pubs all over Great Britain, not least the Pub Dog Capital of Britain, Whitstable. Locals love their pub dogs and landlords often say that people come in as much for the dog as for anything else. Dogs make a pub feel like home for regulars.Fleckney and Lucas chronicle the incredible variety of dogs that actually live in, rather than simply visit, Britain's pubs. They showcase the dogs with their beautiful photographic portraits and tell their stories, too. In feel, this is very much a 'family album' of British pub dogs.

Running Press Mini Editions

Smurfs The Lost Village: Dress Me Up Smurfette and Friends

The Smurfs are a pop-culture phenomenon with nearly 95% global brand awareness. Coinciding with Sony Animation's new film, Smurfs: The Lost Village, and following the success of other Running Press "Dress Me Up" sets is this fun kit featuring magnets of Smurfette and 3 new female characters, and magnetic outfits and accessories to mix and match.Kit Includes:* full color magnets of Smurfette and 3 other new female characters* assorted full-color magnetic outfits and accessories to mix and match* 32-page illustrated mini book

Robinson

The Curious History of Dating

Nichi Hodgson
Authors:
Nichi Hodgson
Constable

F*ck That

Jason Headley
Authors:
Jason Headley
Constable

The Teenager Who Came to Tea

Emlyn Rees, Josie Lloyd, Gillian Johnson
Contributors:
Emlyn Rees, Josie Lloyd, Gillian Johnson

But the teenager didn't take just one Pringle. He took a selfie of himself pouring a whole tube of them into his mouth, before sending it to his best mate, along with the letters LOL!The bestselling authors of We're Going on a Bar Hunt and The Very Hungover Caterpillar bring you another hilarious parody of a much-loved children's book, this time turning the spotlight not only on modern teens, but firmly on their parents too.When the doorbell rings, just as Sophie and her Dad are sitting down for their tea, they're half-expecting a visit from a tiger, but what slouches in through their doorway is even more curious than that... a teenager.A perfect read for anyone who remembers the original, or has ever been a teenager or is the parent of a teenager today.

Center Street

Ask Anna

Dean Koontz
Authors:
Dean Koontz

Between the pages of ASK ANNA, you'll find advice better than a belly rub. Dogs everywhere run to Anna with their questions about love, food, proper etiquette in the dog park, sibling rivalry, how to cope with lazy owners and a myriad of other topics. Anna's advice solves all problems and brightens Every Dog's Day.Anna begins her counseling by putting dogs at ease. Her motto: 'Let Me Hold Your Paw and Help.'Anna's advice to owners is 'Read this book and get a clue about what your dogs really think of you!'Here's a special message from Anna:Dear Person,My dad, Dean Koontz, is a writer - as you might be aware. For years his first golden retriever, Trixie, also wrote books, which sometimes made the bestseller list. I vowed never to be a writer.I barely have enough time for all the belly rubs, ball chasing, bird chasing, tug-of-war, and posing cutely that is required of me as a golden retriever, not to mention all of my non-professional interests such as the new translation of Proust that I have undertaken, and learning to pilot a hot-air balloon.Nevertheless, I have written a book of advice for dogs. It's not a matter of ego, which anyone who knows a golden retriever will attest. It's not about money, because all the earnings I recieve from ASK ANNA will be given to Canine Companions for Independence, which provides assistance dogs for people with disabilities. What it's about is giving back to my community - which I feel obliged to do especially because of all the park grass I've ruined with little round brown spots. Thank you for your support.

Running Press Adult

Kosher Porn

Sarah Rosen
Authors:
Sarah Rosen
PublicAffairs

Sundays at Eight

Brian Lamb, C-SPAN
Authors:
Brian Lamb, C-SPAN
Running Press Adult

A Christmas Story Treasury

Tyler Schwartz
Authors:
Tyler Schwartz
Constable

Dear Mum

Alison Morgan
Authors:
Alison Morgan
Running Press Adult

The Crap-tastic Guide to Pseudo-Swearing

Michelle Witte
Authors:
Michelle Witte

True, dropping a well-placed swear can make even the worst situations seem better, but sometimes a"fudge!&rdquo or"sugar!&rdquo can be equally satisfying- and won't land you in trouble. The Craptastic Guide to Pseudo-swearing offers new, creative, and clean ways to express how fetchin' mad some son of a biscuit made you. Featuring a variety of games, instructions, and helpful hints, Craptastic proves there are endless cussing alternatives for any rassafrackin'situation. The book offers a dictionary of terms, broken down into craptacular categories including Classics, Sexy Talk, and Safe for Church. Toss in games like Cross-words Puzzle and Play It Safe Hangman, tidbits about noteworthy curses in pop culture, plus a plethora of other interactive features, and you have a book that will turn anyone into a prodigious fake curser in no time.

Abbie Lucas

ABBIE LUCAS is a London-based film-maker and photographer. Her involvement with pubs began earlier than most, having grown up in two that were owned and operated by her parents on the South Island of New Zealand. She loves dogs too, even when they insist on lying on her while she tries to snap their portrait.

Bob Ross

Robert Norman "Bob" Ross (October 29, 1942 - July 4, 1995) was an American painter, art instructor and television host. He was widely known as the creator and host of The Joy of Painting, an instructional television program that aired from 1983 to 1994 on PBS in the United States, and also aired in Canada, Latin America and Europe. With a soft voice and a permed afro. Ross went from being a television personality in the '80s and '90s to an Internet celebrity popular with fans on YouTube and many other websites

Emlyn Rees

EMLYN REES spent his early twenties traveling around Asia and mixing cocktails in London for the likes of Sylvester Stallone and Princess Anne. He published his first crime novel aged twenty-five, his second a year later, and then co-wrote seven comedies with Josie Lloyd, including the Sunday Times bestseller Come Together. He is the editor of British and American paperback crime fiction imprint, Exhibit A, and lives on and around Brighton beach with Joanna Rees, aka Josie Lloyd.

Michelle Witte

Michelle Witte is a lifelong admirer of Bob Ross who wishes she could paint half so well but settles for working with the written word. She is the author of humor books including The Craptastic Guide to Pseudo-Swearing and The Faker's Guide to the Classics.

Nichi Hodgson

Nichi Hodgson is a 32-old-year journalist, broadcaster, and author living in London. She regularly contributes to the Guardian, Vice, and the Telegraph on civil liberties and censorship issues, sex and the law, and gender politics. She has spoken on Woman's Hour about lust and her documentary on porn ethics was broadcast on Radio 4. She writes for US women's mag Bustle.com on US politics, social policy, and health, and was for some time the Men's Health Sexual Adventurer columnist. Nichi was one of the first British journalists to court-report via Twitter, and is cited in Wikipedia for her coverage of the 2012 obscenity trial, R v Peacock. Nichi is a regular commentator on BBC Radio 2's The Jeremy Vine Show, and on BBC Radio 5 Live. She reviews the papers and comments regularly for Sky News, and makes frequent appearances in TV documentaries and debates on sex, porn and society. Her first book, Bound To You, detailing her time as a professional dominatrix and personal submissive, was published by Hodder. Nichi is also the Director of the Ethical Porn Partnership.

Paul Fleckney

PAUL FLECKNEY is a journalist. He is an avid pub-goer and a life-long dog lover who's never owned a dog, and therefore gets a shameless vicarious pleasure from the Pub Dogs project.

by Christine Feehan

Dark Storm: Chapter One

To celebrate publication of Dark Storm, we're offering you a sneak preview from the first chapter. And if you like the Dark Carpathian series, you'll love Christine Feehan's new novels Lair of the Lion and Dark Nights, available now in paperback.

by Amanda Carlson

Full Blooded

Read the first chapter of Full Blooded by Amanda Carlson, the start of an exceptionally fast-paced and irresistibly sexy new urban fantasy trilogy!