The Girls Glorious Colouring Book

Author: Hannah Davies
Publisher: Buster Books
ISBN: 9781780552309
Size: 59.15 MB
Format: PDF
View: 1546
From incredibly intricate animals and pretty patterns to marvellously meticulous masterpieces and fascinating fashion - there's something for everyone in this book. The perfect gift for girls who delight in detail. From the publishers of the bestselling Gorgeous Girls' Colouring Book and Pretty Patterns Colouring Book.

Reading The Fantastic Imagination

Author: Dana Percec
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443862975
Size: 52.20 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The purpose of Reading the Fantastic Imagination: The Avatars of a Literary Genre is the observation of the very hybridity of the fantastic genre, as a typical postmodern form. The volume continues an older project of the editor and a large number of the contributors, that of investigating the current status of several popular genres, from historical fiction to romance. The scrutiny continues in this third volume, dedicated to the fantastic imagination and the plethora of themes, moods, media, and formats deriving from it. FanLit is surely trendy, even if it is not highbrow, despite its noble ancestry. This apparent paradox characterizes many of the literary genres en vogue today, from historical fiction to romance. This very contradiction forms part of the basis for this book. After the success of the previous book in the series dedicated to a “borderline” literary genre – Romance: The History of a Genre was declared by Cambridge Scholars Publishing as the Critics’ Choice Book of the Month in January 2013 – this collection of studies about the fantastic imagination takes a further step into completing a larger research project which seeks to investigate the varieties of popular fiction. Although all contributors in the series teach canonical literary texts, they did not hesitate to plunge into the opposite area of fictional work and, moreover, continued doing so even though such a project caused the “raise of a few (high)brows,” (Percec 2012, 232) as argued in the Endnote of Romance: The History of a Genre.

Doodlepedia For Girls

Author: Alexander Cox
Publisher: Penguin Books, Limited (UK)
ISBN: 9781409376088
Size: 10.81 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
View: 3508
Sharpen your pencil as well as your brain with this delightful book of doodles Once you've taken out your pens and pencils, you won't want to put Doodlepedia For Girls down. Full of gloriously girly ideas, from ponies and flowers to clothes and puppies. Add your own sketches and scribbles to the beautiful designs and images, and discover and learn as you doodle. Each subject is brought to life with original photography and images on every page. Go digging for diamonds and draw your own dazzling jewellery, colour in beautiful butterflies and draw the reflections of what you see on a peaceful riverbank scene. Doodlepedia For Girls is a gorgeous fact-packed drawing and colouring book that you will love, so use your imagination and get doodling!

The Celtic Resource Book

Author: Martin Wallace
Publisher: Church House Pub
ISBN: 9780715149065
Size: 38.20 MB
Format: PDF
View: 6792
Provides material that can be used for private meditation or public worship. This book spans the whole breadth of Celtic Christianity - from liturgies and prayers to the stories of Celtic saints and Celtic artwork. It includes liturgies for different times of the day, for personal use at home or in larger groups; liturgies for different occasions, for example baptism, marriages and funerals; prayers for at home, at work or on pilgrimage; stories from the saints; artistic activities, including Celtic crosses and stitching patterns; and practical advice on planning pilgrimages.