Das Little Book of Big Breasts zeigt großbusige Modelle aus den 1950er, 1960er und 1970er Jahren, darunter Michelle Angelo, Virginia Bell, Roxanne Brewer, Joan Brinkman, Lorraine Burnette, Lisa Deleeuw, Uschi Digard, Sylvia McFarland, Chesty Morgan, Roberta Pedon, Rosina Revelle, Janie Reynolds, Candy Samples, Tempest Storm, Mary Waters, June Wilkinson, Julie Wills und die gefeierte Rekordhalterin aus dem Guinness-Buch der Rekorde, Norma Stitts, in einer kompakt-erschwinglichen Softcover-Hülle. Wobei die Fotos nicht nur aus TASCHENs riesenhafter 398-seitiger Originalausgabe dieses Titels stammen, sondern auch aus den nachfolgenden Big-Breast-Kalendern, so dass 40 Prozent des jedes BH-Körbchen sprengenden Inhalts dieser Ausgabe neu ist. Der Text wurde gekürzt, um den vielen Fotografien in Farbe und Schwarz-Weiß mehr dringend nötigen Raum zu geben. Kann sich irgendjemand - ob groß, klein oder dazwischen - ein besseres Angebot vorstellen?
In a year when much of the news was believable but fake, comes a book packed with stories that are unbelievable but true. The Book of the Year is a hilarious guide to 2017´s most extraordinary events, unearthed by the creators of the award-winning hit comedy podcast No Such Thing As A Fish. Each week, over a million people tune in to find out what bizarre and astonishing facts Dan, James, Anna and Andy have found out over the previous seven days. Now the gang have turned their attention to the news of the past twelve months. You´ll discover the curious details behind the main headlines - how Donald Trump slept on the 66th floor of a 58-storey building, what effect Brexit had on Coco Pops, and why China´s president can´t stand Winnie the Pooh - as well as hundreds of stories you may have missed entirely, like the news that: · Qatar built a refugee camp for camels. · The world´s first avocado restaurant ran out of avocados on its first day. · The victim of Britain´s first ever shark attack ended up with a cut thumb. From strange inventions to baffling elections, via a surprising amount of sausage news, The Book of the Year is an eye-opening tour of the incredible year you didn´t know you´d lived through.
Das außergewöhnliche Handbuch für abenteuerliche Jungs Ein spannendes Buch für kleine Abenteurer, die nach neuen Herausforderungen suchen. Mit vielen spannenden Aktivitäten: Flitzebogen und Wassermühle bauen Sternbilder am Nachthimmel erkennen Musikinstrumente aus aller Welt basteln Geheimschriften entwickeln Abenteuerhütte bauen -Orientieren ohne Kompass Gartenteich anlegen Bräuche in fremden Ländern kennenlernen und vieles mehr... Illustriert von Esao und Jocelyn Millet Altersempfehlung: ab 8 Jahren 128 Seiten Spiralbindung mit Gummiband zum Verschließen Hardcover Maße (B x H) ca. 18,5 cm x 21 cm ISBN 9783897777279
Das außergewöhnliche Handbuch für neugierige Mädchen Ein spannendes Buch für neugierige Mädchen, die nach neuen kreativen Ideen suchen. Mit vielen spannenden Aktivitäten: Fotografieren wie ein Profi -Reifenschaukel und Windmühle bauen Geheime Botschaften verschlüsseln Schmuck aus Papier basteln Wettervorhersagen treffen Rote-Beeren-Tarte backen Bestimmen von Wildpflanzen Gesellschaftsspiele selber basteln und vieles mehr ... Illustriert von Jocelyn Millet Altersempfehlung ab 8 Jahren 128 Seiten Hardcover Spiralbindung mit Gummiband zum Verschließen Maße ca. 18,5 cm x 21 cm (B x H) ISBN 9783897777286
The Book of the Year is back, with yet another pro-rogues gallery of the most amazing, audacious and absolutely absurd news of 2019. Once again the fact-finding foursome behind the podcast No Such Thing As A Fish have been newspaper-trawling and website-crawling to create your ultimate guide to the past twelve months. Learn which of Donald Trump´s claims are so bizarre they can´t even be fact-checked. Find out why every single French MP received camembert in the post. And get to the bottom of all the improvements made to the Ford company´s robotic bum. All this and much, much more, including the news that: · Two tourists planning to visit the Norwegian village of Å, ended up 1,310km away, in Aa. · Five guys were arrested at a branch of Five Guys. · Hollyoaks was partly written by the British government. · The US town of Hell froze over. From Assange to Zuckerberg, taking in Cardi B, CCTV, D-Day, and eSports, The Book of the Year is the only book you need to make senseof the year, no matter how senseless it might have seemed.
The Rap Year Book takes readers on a journey that begins in 1979, widely regarded as the moment rap as a genre became recognised as part of music´s landscape and comes right up to the present. Shea Serrano deftly pays homage to the most important song of each year. Serrano also examines the most important moments that surround the history and culture of rap music-from artists´ backgrounds, to issues of race and safety, to the rise of hip-hop and the struggles among its major players-both personal and professional. Covering East Coast and West Coast, famous rapper feuds, chart toppers and show stoppers, The Rap Year Book takes an in-depth look at the last thirty-five years of the most influential genre of music to come out of the last generation. Complete with quizzes, infographics, lyric maps, hilarious and informative footnotes, portraits of the artists, and the occasional rebuttal essay by other prominent music writers, The Rap Year Book is both a narrative and illustrated guide to some of the most iconic and influential songs ever created under the umbrella of rap music. Serrano cites a variety of sources to form his arguments including biographies, magazines and documentaries, as well as his own experiences growing up at a time when hip-hop was becoming a prevalent force in the music industry. With its all-encompassing look at the ups and downs of rap music, and the landmark songs that are its tent-poles, this book will be perfect for anyone who is a fan of the genre.
No Such Thing as a Fish is a team of researchers who work on the BBC TV show QI. Each week they gather together in their Covent Garden office and record a podcast discussing the most interesting facts they¿ve discovered over the previous seven days. In the five years since it launched, the show has been downloaded more than 200 million times, won multiple awards, been transformed into the spin-off topical BBC Two TV series No Such Thing as the News, performed national and international tours (including selling out the Hammersmith Apollo and the Sydney Opera House along the way), and was named one of iTunes¿ top 10 most downloaded podcasts of 2016, 2017 and 2018. The team is made up of James Harkin, Andrew Hunter Murray, Anna Ptaszynski and Dan Schreiber. James is a script editor on QI, with a dozen series and seven bestselling books under his belt. He has also appeared on TV quiz shows Fifteen to One and Only Connect, reaching the semi-finals in the latter and embarrassingly crashing out of the former. Andrew is a writer and comedian who also contributes to Private Eye magazine. His first novel, The Last Day, will be published in spring 2020. His nickname among No Such Thing as a Fish fans is ¿Lightning¿ (or so he claims). Anna is a script editor on QI who has previously worked in Scottish politics and Australian advertising, as well as selling fruit wine and hay-baling in the Highlands. She refuses to join Twitter. #GetAnnaOnTwitter Dan is a comedian and producer who co-created the award-winning BBC Radio 4 series The Museum of Curioisty; has fronted numerous TV shows, including his own Channel 4 documentary; and, as a stand-up, saw his debut show named at the time as one of the top 100 most favourably reviewed shows of the Edinburgh Fringe. He ranked 100th.