In Simple Italian, Silvia Colloca shares the essential dishes and techniques that are at the heart of the world's most popular cuisine. With 100 recipes and countless tips and tricks, you'll be cooking like a nonna in no time. Create silky smooth pasta, find out which shapes go with which sauce, and learn the secrets to achieving perfectly creamy risotto and soft gnocchi every time.
Kwoklyn Wan is back with 70 classic Chinese dishes that use only five ingredients. Alongside a basic store cupboard of five essentials – salt, pepper, soy sauce, sugar, and oil – you can make a feast of easy dishes using the bare minimum.
We've all been there: you come home from a long day and just want to have a drink,but which drink? There are so many options, how do you decide? What the F*@# Should I Drink? has the answer!
The follow-up to the wildly successful and deliciously offensive What the F*@# Should I Make for Dinner? , What the F*@# Should I Drink? provides over 75 recipes for everything from a Sidecar to a Moscow Mule to whatever the f*@# a Caipirinha is. With a choose your adventure" style recipe guide and wonderfully offensive directions, What the F*@# Should I Drink? is f*@#ing fantastic, and it will make you feel f*@#ing fantastic too.
About the Author
Zach Golden is the author of What the F@ No. k Should I Make For Dinner? and creator of the website whatthefuckshouldimakefordinner which he started in 2012 to address his own meal-time indecision, and desire to be profane. When he's not drinking, he works as an advertising copywriter, for such companies as Sunkist and Mercedes-Benz.
Favourite Australian picture book creator Renée Treml is back with this gentle, comforting story of a shy kangaroo joey.
‘Come along, Little Roo!’ called Mummy. ‘It’s time to go.’
Deep down, Little Roo wants to play, but everything here is new and different . . . and a little bit scary. With Mummy by her side, will Little Roo be brave enough to venture out?
About the Author
Renée Treml was inspired by Australia’s wildlife and native birds after moving from the USA to Australia in 2007. She loves to create artworks that highlight the subtle details of nature with delicacy and humour.
Renée’s books have won or been listed for awards including the CBCA Book of the Year and the Crichton Award for New Illustrator, Speech Pathology Book of the Year and the Environment Award for Children’s Literature.
Renée’s illustrations are featured on a variety of products, including stationery, ceramics and fine art prints.
Lonely Planet’s Australia is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Stake out a patch of sand on Bondi Beach before exploring the big-ticket sights of Sydney, dive into the dazzling ecosystem of the Great Barrier Reef, and drive along the Great Ocean Road spying the Twelve Apostles on the way – all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Australia and begin your journey now!
Explore the animal kingdom like never before with the Animal Atlas from Lonely Planet Kids. Unfold maps to reveal animals from every continent and lift the flaps to see their unique environments and habitats.
Discover a world of animals facts, life-size photos and creature features – from a bear’s paw and a baby turtle to an anteater’s tongue and a goliath birdeater, the world’s heaviest spider. EEK! All drawn to scale so you can measure yourself against them.
You’ll find animals living on freezing ice caps, high on snowy mountain peaks, in parched deserts and down in the dark depths of the ocean. They fly through the air, crawl among trees, burrow into the earth, plunge through the seas, and prowl the forests – and range from the tiniest of insects too small to see without a magnifying glass to the blue whale, which is longer than three buses!
The book is divided into seven sections: North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australasia, Oceania & Antarctica – each with a map of the major environments as well as illustrated and photographic depictions of some of the animals living there.
Are you ready for this round-the-world animal adventure?
This tiny tome covers all aspects of the musician's legendary life, from rags-to-rhinestones: artistry and music, song writing, philanthropy, business and Dollywood, her personal life, passions and heartbreak - all in her own words.
By Malcolm Croft
From the guys that brought you Boganology comes the first ever bogan drinking game that so much more than just another drinking game...
Every player starts the game with a clean driver licence, 12 points and a shot glass full of booze!
Players take turns to move around the game board visiting the local pubs, clubs and mates BBQ’s (and the bottle shop) whilst trying to avoid the Booze Bus that randomly moves around the game board popping up anywhere and at anytime.
Land on a PUB space the player must take a drink. Land on a CLUB space and all other players must drink. Land on a BBQ space and everyone must skull their drinks BUT if the BOOZE BUS land on you then you immediately lose 3 points from your licence!
Top up your glasses at the Bottle Shop and watch out for the POT LUCK cards that could help you out (do a runner from the cops), give you a bogan dare to do or just leave you up the creek with out a paddle in the game with more Aussie culture than an out of date yogurt.
The game is over as soon as a player loses their licence (or any player has a technicolor yawn).
HILARIOUS ADULT PARTY GAME: Vote for your friends on outrageous and brutal questions. Find out what your friends really think of you and get to know your friends better! Share crazy and ridiculous stories after each round
EASY TO LEARN RULES: 290 Hilarious Cards, 10 Player Identity Cards (up to 10 people can play at once), 170 Question Cards, 100 Voting Cards, 10 Double Down Cards. Great for groups and an epic BONUS optional adult drinking games variant included
A deadly toxin is running through your veins. Can you deduce the antidote before its too late? The antidote is a deadly-fun card game for up to 7 players, with rules for as few as 2. In Antidote, you are a laboratory scientist working for a giant chemical research conglomerate.
When you and your lab are suddenly exposed to a deadly toxin, you must work quickly to share your research and discover the Antidote before it’s too late! In the game, players take turns deciding what action all other players take: either discard from their hand or trade research with other players. Eventually, all your cards will run-out and you will be left with just one that you must “drink” and hope its the Antidote. If this card is the true Antidote, you’re cured and live! If not…you die, but you can always try again!
The perfect book to get kids out and about.
60 Classic Outdoor Games is a beautifully illustrated and wonderfully nostalgic book, bringing together the best playground games that have entertained generations before. It's a brilliantly observed hop, skip and jump down memory lane. A celebration of the days when you used to get home from school, hop out of your school clothes, skip over to your best friend's house and jump around all afternoon until Mum called you in for tea.
Nowadays, those classic - and universal - games of Hopscotch, Skipping, Bulldog, Rounders, Tag, 1-2-3 In and Hide and Seek are almost forgotten, rarely passed on as generations come and go. With 60 Classic Outdoor Games, you can rediscover those fun and silly games and pass them on to a new generation of kids, celebrating the games we remember from our childhoods as well as the days themselves.
Packed full of wonderful quotes as well as fascinating snippets of information, this little book is the purr-fect gift for any cat lover.
Get ready to live your best life, by way of the unicorn.
Wouldn’t it be brilliant if when ‘adulting’ got too much, you could turn to a unicorn best friend for advice? Eat My Glitter Dust imagines a world where these fierce creatures are alive in more than our imaginations and can teach us how to bring a bit of sparkle and sass into our everyday lives.
Beautifully illustrated by artist Lucy Kirk, this self-care guide is packed with motivating quotes and life advice covering topics including love, friendship, work, and the all-important chill time many millennials struggle to prioritize.
Eat My Glitter Dust will remind you to be fabulous in every aspect of your life, to work hard but play harder, be your best authentic self, celebrate the sweet things in life (coffee, doughnuts, friends), and spend time with nature... even if the most adventurous you usually get is watering the three succulents on your windowsill.
This fun and the quirky book will teach you how to live your best life and will look at home on any Instagrammable bookshelf or coffee table.
By Lucy Kirk
“High Voltage” is the first internationally released studio album by Australian hard rock band AC/DC. Originally released internationally on 30 April 1976 on Atlantic Records and in the US on 14 May 1976 on ATCO Records. It contains tracks from their first two previous Australia-only issued albums: High Voltage and T.N.T. (both from 1975). Originally released internationally on 30 April 1976 on Atlantic Records and in the US on 14 May 1976 on ATCO Records, this edition of High Voltage has proven popular, selling three million units in the US alone. This iconic artwork is now available as a 500 piece jigsaw puzzle printed on high-quality board. Manufactured in Poland.
Song Saga is the party game that takes you on a musical trip down memory lane.
Play it with any music app and start sharing the stories and soundtrack of your life.
Every card in this box is designed to spark a memory of the moments and music that make you who you are.
Get ready to discover new tunes, new things about your friends, and win a few gold awards. Singing, dancing, and air guitar are optional but probable.