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I-SPY PETS: When Human Friendship Is Not Enough
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Sam Jordison
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I-SPY PETS: When Human Friendship Is Not Enough

Sam Jordison


9780008220730

HarperCollins Publishers Ltd


Parodies & spoofs;
Nostalgia: general


Hardback

56 pages

$10.99
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From Sam Jordison, author of the bestselling Crap Towns series, comes I-SPY for Grown-ups.

The I-SPY concept is very simple: it's like the `I spy with my little eye' game, only instead of all the tedious stuff about `something beginning with', there are pictures and descriptions and genuine opportunities to use your sleuthing skills to discover interesting things. This can be alarming - but when turned into a sport, it's also fun.

Britain is overrun with animals. But so long as you don't venture into town centres on Friday and Saturday nights, you can generally avoid them. Meanwhile, there are also quite a lot of pets to see. They come in all shapes and sizes. It's fun to note down as many different kinds as you can and to gently laugh at just how much they look like their owners. It's also nice to judge people depending on the kind of pets they own. This book will help guide you through that enjoyable process.

By:   Sam Jordison
Imprint:   HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 176mm,  Width: 113mm,  Spine: 11mm
Weight:   150g
ISBN:   9780008220730
ISBN 10:   0008220735
Series:   I-SPY for Grown-ups
Pages:   56
Publication Date:   May 2017
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Sam Jordison is a journalist, author and publisher. He writes for the Guardian. He is the author of several best-selling books, including the Crap Towns series, and most recently, Literary London, co-written by Eloise Millar. He is also the co-director of the award-winning indie publisher Galley Beggar Press. He lives in Norwich. Aha!

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