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The Dangerous Book for BoysBr1,000.00Add to cart
INSPIRATION FOR THE TV SHOW If ever there were a book to make you switch off your television set, The Dangerous Book for Boys is it. How many other books will help you thrash someone at conkers, race your own go-cart, and identify the best quotations from Shakespeare? The Dangerous Book for Boys gives you facts and figures at your fingertips – swot up on the solar system, learn about famous battles and read inspiring stories of incredible courage and bravery. Teach your old dog new tricks. Make a pinhole camera. Understand the laws of cricket. There’s a whole world out there: with this book, anyone can get out and explore it. The Dangerous Book for Boys is written with the verve and passion that readers of Conn Iggulden’s number one bestselling novels have come to expect. This book, his first non-fiction work, has been written with his brother as a celebration of the long summers of their youth and as a compendium of information so vital to men of all ages. Lavishly designed and fully illustrated in colour and black and white throughout, it’s set to be a perfect gift. Chapters in The Dangerous Book for Boys include: The Seven Ancient Wonders of the World, Conkers, Laws of Football, Dinosaurs, Fishing, Juggling, Timers and Tripwires, Kings and Queens, Famous Battles, Spies, Making Crystals, Insects and Spiders, Astronomy, Girls, The Golden Age of Piracy, Secret Inks, Patron Saints of Britain, Skimming Stones, Dog Tricks, Making a Periscope, Coin Tricks, Marbles, Artillery, The Origin of Words and The Solar System.
101 Things To Do Instead of Playing on Your Phone – 101 ThingsBr650.00Add to cart
Do you find that your fingers have developed that tell-tale phone twitch, restless for the next click?
Do you struggle to go for longer than a few minutes without checking-in on your social media?
Have you ever stopped to count how many cat videos you’ve watched in the last month?
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to step away from the instant click-bait of phone entertainment and discover there are so many other ways to pass your day.
How about trying an inconspicuous buttock workout? Or a spot of mindful colouring? Or answering questions that make you contemplate the nature of the universe and your place in it… such as if your life was a movie, what genre would it be?