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An Imaginary Menagerie by Roger McGough Book Summary:
From the anaconda in a Honda (don't ask him for a ride, you might end up inside), to the zonk (good for nothing and very rude), from the useful catapillow and the reliable teapet to he newt who plays the flute, and the wordfish - who's a swordfish in a state of undress, this is an A-Z of animal poems with a difference! Choose your own favourite from Roger McGough's witty and wicked menagerie of rare breeds real and imaginary.
Imaginary Menagerie by Ailbhe Darcy Book Summary:
Ailbhe Darcy's debut collection is a set of urgent dispatches from her point of origin, Dublin, and from her skirmishes further afield: London, Paris, Africa, Eastern Europe or the States. Driven less by metaphor than by wild conceits, semantic leaps, and startling juxtapositions, these are poems that itch and pluck at the pelt of what we think we know. Darcy is an exuberant and inventive new presence in the poetry world.
The Laughter File by Mark Chandler Book Summary:
A compilation of hilarious jokes, grouped into nine fantastic categories:Activities Blonde Jokes ListsPuns Riddles Short JokesStory Jokes Tongue Twisters TrueThese jokes, fun for all the family, have been collected, sorted and re-written to provide you with hours of entertainment.Enjoy finding out your StarWars name, how Rhonda the Blonde got around the Y2k issue, and the similaritiesbetween Lincoln and Kennedy!Tease your family with the hardest tongue twister in the English language, and testout the 50 Fun Things to Do in a Lift!Enjoy The Laughter File with your family!
Supreme by Alan Moore,Joe Bennett,Rick Veitch Book Summary:
The acclaimed Alan Moore run of Supreme collected in paperback at last! This is the first of two volumes, and contains Moore's groundbreaking 'The Story of the Year' arc in its entirety. Featuring a never-before-published Alex Ross cover to create the supreme graphic novel of the season, this is a brilliant showcase of one of the universally acknowledged best writers in comics. Illustrated in full-colour throughout.
Little Book of Australian Wildlife by N.A Book Summary:
Kangaroos, bilbies, echidnas and the mysterious thylacine - Australia's unique wildlife has captured the imaginations of artist, writers, scientist and children since the idea of a Great South Land was first expressed. Featuring poems by 'Banjo' Paterson, Jack Davis, Les Murray and John Foulcher and artwork by John Gould, Conrad Martens and Ebenezer Edward Gostelow, amongst others, this latest addition to the National Library's popular 'Little Book' series celebrates our native fauna.
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Comprehension Assessment by Kristen Kemp Book Summary:
These assessment questions for The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe are modeled after current testing models requiring students to revisit the text for answers. Students have to support their opinions and inferences with examples from the text.
Rhinoceros Blue by Kenny Townsend Book Summary:
Closet painting arenas pathology metamorphi sigma teenage dreamery poetry who owns my mandolin or my artistic rothkopollock waterheart subducted oceanic only carnage melancholy love only density harmony imaginary sanfranciscan crescent poetry seasnail guantalamo questioned existence usa sanandreas consumeristic lifestyle obsession shared American ideology shallow mysterious furious earth shiftin constantly avoiding conformity while common humans move insyde claustrophobic earthquake crevasses insyde volcanoes and behind venti caramel macchiatos starbucks galaxy vertical spacestation gifts mathematicalmusical gifts pursue dreams society peace creator love fulfillment maxamillian geopotential maximum happiness sailing dreamless tornado island cascading indian ocean icesalmon covering reinaldo innertube with wheelbarrow of seahorses.
A Gallery to Play to by Phil Bowen Book Summary:
A Gallery to Play to is an intimate account of the lives and careers of the poets Adrian Henri, Roger McGough and Brian Patten. With unparalleled access to the three writers, Phil Bowen has written an indispensable book for anyone interested in poetry, popular culture and society over the last forty years.
The Empty Page by Peter Wild Book Summary:
A ghost makes a friend. Ulla Shooks is testifying, ladies and gentlemen, countering the wicked with the godly. The powers-that-be are trying to kick in Nikki's door as she, like, struggles against the shackles of conformity? Melissa gets high and dreams of an oblivion that won't make the E! Channel news. Patty Hearst is watching the apocalypse on TV. All this and more is waiting for you in The Empty Page: Fiction inspired by Sonic Youth. But why Sonic Youth? J Robert Lennon says it's cos Sonic Youth rip it apart. Katherine Dunn says it's because they operate in the foggy world between the real and the surreal. Steve Sherrill reckons that they've just got it figured out, man. You know? Mary Gaitskill says that Sonic Youth caught her, years ago, when she was falling. Catherine O'Flynn just wanted to catch some of the nihilistic, elemental, caustic, isolated flavour of their music. Emily Maguire was once in love with chaos. For Tom McCarthy it's gunpowder and dreams of a black panther.
Roger McGough by Chris Powling Book Summary:
Targeted at younger readers, the books in this series tell the lives of famous people from the past. They are also suitable for older readers with learning difficulties. The text is accompanied by photographs of key events, people, and places. This title tells the life story of Roger McGough, a famous British contemporary poet that engages children of all ages through his clever use of language and humor.
Learning to Speak Again After a Stroke by Charles R. Isted Book Summary:
To win back the power of speech after a stroke demands bravery, determination and persistence, backed by the patience and under- standing of your amily and friends. This book is an exercise book for daily practice to help you learn to speak again too.
You Can Work On-camera! by John Leslie Wolfe,Brenna McDonough Book Summary:
Although there are hundreds of schools that teach acting, hardly any address work in front of the camera. You Can Work on Camera provides this much-needed training for actors aspiring to work in a range of media, including television commercials, corporate films, and video communications. More than just a manual of the technical elements of the craft, this handy guide is written to inspire self-confidence and to reduce the self-consciousness that hinders communication abilities. It provides the help actors need to find jobs, with more than twenty pages of dos, don'ts, advice, and wisdom from the authors and seventeen prominent casting professionals, talent agents, film directors, and producers. Actors of all persuasions will want to read this book: those working on Broadway as well as nonprofessionals, living anywhere, who want to get into the business either as a new profession or as a part of the job they currently hold.
Your Voice by Andrew Armitage Book Summary:
Shows you how to develop and enrich your voice by exercising it in specific ways, so as to improve public speaking and general communication skills. Teaches you how to use crisp consonants and well-shaped vowels to increase your expressiveness, projection, confidence and relaxation.
Book Review Index 2001 Cumulation by Dana Ferguson Book Summary:
'Book Review Index' provides quick access to reviews of books, periodicals, books on tape and electronic media representing a wide range of popular, academic and professional interests. More than 600 publications are indexed, including journals and national general interest publications and newspapers. 'Book Review Index' is available in a three-issue subscription covering the current year or as an annual cumulation covering the past year.