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Bob Ross by the Numbers

Bob Ross
Authors:
Bob Ross

Kit includes:Three pre-printed canvases with easy-to-paint, numbered sections -- 2 landscapes and 1 of Bob Ross's famous face 7 paint pots Mini paint brush Mini easel for displaying finished paintings Full-color, fold-out sheets with detailed painting instructions 32-page book on Bob Ross, including painting tips

Constable

Three Men on a Diet

George Courtauld
Authors:
George Courtauld
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Bob Ross Notecards

Bob Ross
Authors:
Bob Ross

Bob Ross, the soft-spoken artist known for painting happy clouds, mountains, and trees has captivated us for years with the magic that takes place on his canvas in twenty-six television minutes-all while dispensing little branches of wisdom. His style and encouraging words are a form of therapy for the weary.Send your own words of encouragement, support, or thanks with these notecards, which are the perfect way to greet a friend or loved one on any occasion. The set comes with:10 cards, each featuring a different quote and full-color artwork by Bob Ross himself, space for your own personalized message 10 blank envelopes

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Bob Ross Bobblehead

Bob Ross
Authors:
Bob Ross
Robinson

Great British Pub Dogs

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

The Curious History of Dating

Nichi Hodgson
Authors:
Nichi Hodgson
Piatkus

My Warren Buffett Bible

Robert L. Bloch
Authors:
Robert L. Bloch

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The Crap-tastic Guide to Pseudo-Swearing

Michelle Witte
Authors:
Michelle Witte

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.

Andrew Marttila

Andrew Marttila is a professional animal photographer best known for his captivating images of felines. He reaches hundreds of thousands of cat lovers through social media where he documents his travels promoting shelters across the country, taking photos for clients, and snuggling his cat, Haroun. Andrew's photography has been featured in Catster, Vanity Fair, Real Simple, and The Guardian, and on CNN and MSNBC, among others. Andrew is the photographer behind Shop Cats of New York http://thegreatwentphoto.comAndrew is 'friends with and [has] photographed nearly all the "famous" internet cats.' He dates Hannah Shaw, known to the internet as 'Kitten Lady', whose life purpose has been dedicated to rescuing, fostering, and advocating for kittens. Kitten Lady has an extremely powerful social media presence; every week Andrew personally generates over 700,000 unique impressions to his social media images.

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

Clive Whichelow

Clive Whichelow has written for the likes of Rory Bremner, Jonathan Ross, Spitting Image and Smith and Jones and written for the Mail On Sunday, Express, and others.

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.

George Courtauld

Farmer, ex-business man and a Queen's Messenger for the last fourteen years, George Courtauld is a keen amateur of botany, history and the arts in general. He divides his time between his farm in Essex and the rest of the world.

Hugh Murray

Hugh Murray's TV and radio writing credits include work for Steve Coogan, Smack the Pony, Monkey Dust and others.

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.

Robert L. Bloch

Robert L. Bloch is the program officer of the H&R Block Foundation, and treasurer and director of the Marion and Henry Bloch Family Foundation. His father, Henry Bloch, co-founded H&R Block in 1955. Bloch lives in Kansas, United States.

Simon Brett

SIMON BRETT is the author of over ninety books, many of them crime novels. His humorous writing includes the internation bestsellers How To Be A Little Sod and Summersdale's very successful Baby Tips series. He was educated at Dulwich College and Wadham College, Oxford, where he gained a First Class Honours Degree in English. A former radio and television producer, he has to date written over ninety books. A great many are crime novels, including the Charles Paris, Mrs Pargeter and Fethering series. Simon was Chairman of the Crime Writers Association from 1986 to 1987 and of the Society of Authors from 1995 to 1997. He is President of the Detection Club and was awarded the 2014 CWA Diamond Dagger. He lives near Arundel in West Sussex and is married with three grown-up children, three grandsons, one granddaughter, and a cat called Polly.