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One For My Baby
The book introduces us to Sinatra's life and art seen from an unconventional point of view: Olâ€™ Blue Eyesâ€™ prodigious appetite for alcohol. Drinking was an integral part of his character, his lifestyle and (by extension) his creative output. This book also functions as a practical cocktail manual, containing more than 30 detailed recipes for preparing and presenting fancy drinks he was known to enjoy himself; as well as providing information on some of Sinatraâ€™s own personal drinking lore and some of the traditions he followed or inspired.
There are also accounts of some of his favorite watering holes (from legendary saloons such as Toots Shorâ€™s and Jillyâ€™s to Villa Capri or Monteâ€™s Venetian Room), profiles of famous drinking buddies (such as Humphrey Bogart or Mike Romanoff) and a selection of drinking stories. The book begins with an essay looking at the role drink played throughout his life and ends with a consideration of his most enduring personaâ€”The Last Saloon Singer. In between there are chapters on Classic Bourbon drinks, the Martini, Exotic Booze, Hangover Remedies and The Rat Pack.
About the Author
Tom Smith performed throughout the 1980s with cult bands The Fire Hydrant Men and Cas Carnaby Five and was front man for Gee Mr. Tracy. In 2000, after a dozen years as a label manager for independent record labels he became a freelance writer. He has written biographies of Blondie and The Ramones and written regularly on music. His artwork has appeared on various posters, album and single covers and his 2011 exhibition Jockey Full of Bourbon centered around paintings of Frank Sinatra, Elvis and Tom Waits. Earlier this year he exhibited with his wife Helen under the joint title The Smiths.
Where Is Baby's Yummy Tummy?
The long-awaited companion title to Karen Katz's bestselling Where Is Baby's Belly Button?.
Where is baby’s tummy that’s oh, so yummy?
Under the teddy bear!
Little ones will love lifting the large, sturdy flaps in this book to reveal Baby’s pretty nose, sweet feet, yummy tummy, and more! This new gem from Karen Katz makes identifying body parts an entertaining endeavor and is sure to be a year-round favorite for younger readers.
Bush Baby Rescue
Hi! I'm Juliet. I'm ten years old. And I'm nearly a vet!
A terrible bushfire has struck and Mum's vet clinic is in chaos. Every day more and more injured baby animals arrive. Chelsea and I have never been busier! There's an adorable baby koala to feed by hand, a fat little wombat to bandage, and a funny blue-tongued lizard that Max is determined to make his pet.
But who knew that babies needed so much feeding! I may never sleep again!
About the Author
Rebecca Johnson is an Australian author, teacher and mother of two. Juliet, Nearly a Vet is her first fiction series with Penguin. She has also written a best-selling non-fiction series of adventures featuring Australian wildlife, which has sold more than 2.6 million copies.
From the author:
When I was growing up, I was mad about animals. Not just the normal kind like cats, dogs and horses, but anything that moved. The best part of all was that I actually lived next door to a vet! We are still great friends and he's 95 now. One of my fondest memories of growing up is going out in a canoe with my sister and brother after a f lood and Ârescuing animals that were stranded on sticks and twigs and ferrying them to safety. Not every girl I know would be happiest in a canoe full of mice, bugs and the odd green snake,
but I'm sure Juliet would!
About the Illustrator
Kyla May is the creative director of a team of illustrators, writers, designers and producers under the banner Kyla May Productions. Kyla May Productions writes, develops and illustrates children's books including the original series 'Kyla May Miss. Behaves' which is currently being developed into a TV series. Kyla May has another original series due for release later this year and many more concepts in development. Kyla May has illustrated several other children's books including 'Star Girl' for Pan Macmillan and 'The Dog Rules' for Scholastic US for whom they are also illustrating a new children's series.
A Cognitive Approach To John Donne's Songs And Sonnets 2013
Investigations into how the brain actually works have led to remarkable discoveries and these findings carry profound implications for interpreting literature. This study applies recent breakthroughs from neuroscience and evolutionary psychology in order to deepen our understanding of John Donne's Songs and Sonnets.
A London Baby
I first saw King Roy on a lovely summer's evening near Hyde Park. It was a Sunday evening, and I recollect there was a light pleasant breeze, which just tempered the heat, and once in a playful moment caught King Roy's small velvet cap and tossed it off his curly head. Then ensued a race, a scuffle, and a laugh, in which I, although a stranger to his Majesty, joined. This induced me to consider him more attentively, and thus to study well one of the bonniest baby faces it has ever been my lot to behold. For-yes, it is true-King Roy was only a king in right of his babyhood, being no higher up in this world's social scale than a carpenter's son.
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