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A Game Of Thrones Season 6 Tv Tie-in Edition
HBOâ€™s hit series A Game Of Thrones is based on George R.R. Martinâ€™s internationally bestselling series A Song Of Ice And Fire, the greatest fantasy epic of the modern age.
About the Author
George R.R. Martin is the author of fourteen novels, including five volumes of A Song Of Ice And Fire, several collections of short stories and numerous screen plays for television dramas and feature films. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
A Surprise For Santa
Itâ€™s almost Christmas and one of Santaâ€™s elves has been naughty! Heâ€™s wreaked havoc in Santaâ€™s workshop, and Santa needs your help identifying all of the messes his elf has made.
Can you figure out:
If you can spot the differences caused by the mischievous elf, you might just be Santaâ€™s most special helper!
- Which Christmas tree the elf turned upside down?
- From which stocking the elf stole all the presents?
- Which of Santaâ€™s outfits did the elf shrink in the laundry?
About the Author
Canadian herpetologist, Kate Jackson has been passionate about amphibians and reptiles since before kindergarten. Since then she has traveled the world and worked in labs and museums puzzling over such questions as how venomous snakes evolved. In addition to many publications in specialized scientific journals, Kate has published â€œMean and Lowly Things: Snakes, Science and Survival in the Congoâ€, a memoir about collecting snakes in the swamp forests of the Republic of Congo, and â€œKatie of the Sonoran Desert, a childrenâ€™s book about radio-tracking rattlesnakes.
Currently she is working with Jean-Philippe Chippaux on a specialized and in-depth book about Central and Western African snakes, intended primarily for herpetologists. A sequel to â€œMean and Lowlyâ€ is in the works. Kate Jackson holds a Hon.B.Sc and M.Sc. from the University of Toronto and a Ph.D. in Biology from Harvard University. She is an Assistant Professor of Biology at Whitman College.
The only comprehensive narrative history of the world's most international sport.
Tennis's gladiatorial beauty, its stylish duelling and fashionable court-wear make it a romantic's dream. Ever since young men and women first came together to play on vicarage lawns, this most Victorian of games has always had a peculiarly passionate undercurrent - love even makes it into the scoring system. And passion in other forms - the rivalry of Federer and Nadal, and John McEnroe's legendary angry outbursts.
Beyond the romance, tennis has always been a barometer of the times. French star Suzanne Lenglen was a celebrity trailblazer, Jimmy Connors channelled punk, and Henman Hill is unrecognisable from the days when the All England Club ostracised working-class Fred Perry - and the great English tennis champion who is now more famous as a leisure clothing brand than a sportsman.
Love Game is the must-have companion for tennis fans during Wimbledon 2015. It tells the story of tennis' journey from upper-middle-class hobby to global TV spectacle, taking in the innovators and trendsetters, the great players, heroes and iconoclasts, and the politics, class wars and culture clashes of what could rightfully be called the 'beautiful game'.
About the Author
An independent researcher and writer best known for her commentaries on feminism and popular culture, Elizabeth Wilson is currently Visiting Professor at the London College of Fashion. She is the author of several non-fiction books, and her novels The Twilight Hour, War Damage and The Girl in Berlin are also published by Serpent's Tail.
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