Speaking of coffee and awesome coffee brewing gadgets, you sure know by now how coffee can give you superpowers that you can’t live without. This fun illustrated book shows you in the form of colorful and humorous infographics very interesting facts about this awesome beverage that rules your life. If you’re a coffee addict or know someone who is, you must have this book.
Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back imagined in the style of William Shakespeare. The Empire Striketh Back is quite an entertaining read for the Star Wars fan. The book also contains many black and white illustrations to help you picture the scenes you’re reading. But if you want to take the entertainment to a higher level, we highly recommend you listen to this as an audio book instead. Listen to the audio sample on Audible.com to see for yourself! And if it’s your first time on Audible, it’s your lucky day as you can get the entire book for FREE!
A must-have for any travel enthusiast, The Best Place to be Today is a travel book and calendar that shows you the best things to do, anywhere in the world, in any particular day of the year. It covers the 365 best festivals, sporting events, adventures and natural phenomena. Whether you’re looking for inspiration for your next holiday or simply want to learn about the world, this is the perfect book for it.
“Unplug & Play! 50 Games That Don’t Need Charging encourages people to come together for a few minutes – or a few hours – for a challenging and fun game that requires virtually nothing more than pens and paper. 50 fun technology-free games which test each player’s ability to strategize, bluff, read minds, memorize, think quickly, and solve puzzles.”
“Geek-Art collects the work of nearly 100 international illustrators, graphic designers, photographers, and artists whose inspired interpretations of these beloved characters celebrate them with creative brilliance and a true fan’s passion. Featuring more than 750 images, this lavish illustrated anthology showcases the inspired energy that drives pop culture and makes geeky fans of us all.“
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