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The Oldies' Guide To Using A Computer

RRP $12.99

A humorous little book that contains anecdotes and quotes of computer illiteracy. Rather than guiding the reader through steps on how to do something on the computer, this book takes a more sarcastic approach of telling them what not to do in order to avoid annoying the people around them, or more specifically, computer nerds like myself. If you were looking for an actual guide to using a computer, this isn't the book for you. Although, there are some small tips contained within the pages of this book. All in all, this book is meant to be a bit of fun, so please do not take it too seriously, or even take offence if you feel that the anecdotes and quotes are describing similar activities that you yourself have carried out.


Happy Street Bookshop

RRP $17.99

Each book in the Happy Street series focuses on a different shop - children can pop out the shop and play pieces after they've enjoyed the story. Mr Pages can't wait to open his shop today - there's going to be a visit from author Lizzie Letters who writes amazing children's books.

Happy Streetis a highly collectable novelty pre-school series that offers huge possibilities for creative play. Children will love exploring all the different shops: they can cuddle the animals in Mr Paws' pet shop, shop at Miss Apple's supermarket, have an ice cream in Mrs Sponge's cafe or spend their pocket money in Mr Ted's toy shop. Perfect for children aged 3 and up.

Have you collected all of Happy Street? Bakery, Bookshop, Cafe, Dentist, Doctor, Garage, Pet Shop, Post Office, School, Supermarket, Toy Story, Vet.

Artist and designer Simon Abbott has been illustrating children's books for 15 years. He specialises in bold colours and delightful characters of all kinds and describes his work as fun, fresh and happy. Simon lives and works in Suffolk, with his partner Sally, 3 boys called Jack, Nathan and Alfie . . .and a very old cat called Harry.



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