A joyful celebration of one of mankind’s most enduring pastimes and nature’s funniest joke.`Farts’ is one of the first in an exciting new collection of books inspired by the card-world’s fastest growing phenomenon. Filled with priceless jokes, fables and philosophy, these drawings are as funny as `pull my finger’ and as innovative as a DIY Jacuzzi.He who laughs last laughs longest.But he who farts last gets blamedeven though others may have made worse farts beforehim.Simple but bold illustrations with bright and cheery colours make this book the perfect gift for anyone who has ‘enriched’ your life with their unique emissions.
Show that special someone how much they truly mean to you. Gurgle the sweet language of Love into their ear, then present them with this book so that they can figure out why you are talking Martian. We all know what difficult it can be when you try to tell that special someone how much they mean to you. Gestures filled with love and romance somehow always ends up a bit of an embarrassment. You buy lilies when you know they remind your girlfriend of death. You cook a delicious peanut curry for the boyfriend with nut allergies. And you can guarantee that whilst you meant this day to be the day you told them those three magic words, all you’ll be able to muster are some not very romantic four letter ones. Vimrod is here to say all those romantic things you’ve been desperate to say but just couldn’t find the right way to say them. I’m so in love with you. Let’s fly to the moon and back (we can stop for a quick pee though if you need one) I wanna hug ya, like do donut hugs da hole in da donut It’s romance, but not as we know it ! Simple but bold illustrations with bright and cheery colours make these books the perfect gift for the man or woman of your dreams. .
Happiness Is… is a beautifully illustrated book which lists out 500 things to be happy about. The book comprises of charming and delightful illustrations which will remind the readers that there are several things to be happy about every day. Happiness can be derived from all the small things in life like an unexpected bouquet, cheese, fixing something, and a good high-five. Packed with heartwarming illustrations, this book will make for an ideal gift for your loved ones.
Deliciously decadent and curiously insightful musings that are so tasty they could melt in your mouth, chocolate is sure to be irresistible to chocolate lovers everywhere.
In Chocolate, popular graphic artists Liza Swerling and Ralph Lazar choose sides in the immortal battle before us all–life’s continuing struggle between good, evil, and chocolate. Chock-full of jokes, fables, and philosophy on God’s greatest gift to humankind, Chocolate is a celebration of the love that knows no bounds. Consider these deliciously delightful musings:
* Chocolate is polite, never talking back.
* Chocolate is wise, knowing the answer to the question, “Does my butt look big?”
* Chocolate is soothing, always knowing how to make things better.
Complemented with Swerling and Lazar’s delightful artwork–itself as tasty as Belgian chocolate–Chocolate is sure to satisfy the sweet tooth of chocolate lovers both young and old.
Find out about animals the fun way with “The Little Brainwaves”. Meet the Brainwaves, hilarious little mischief-makers who are about to take your child on a spectacular journey through the world of animals; from how animal families protect, teach and feed their young to the climbing habits of an orang-utan. Packed with brilliant photography, wonderfully wacky illustrations and amazing facts, your child will discover everything they ever wanted to know about animals!
Find out about the human body the fun way with the “Little Brainwaves Meet the Brainwaves”, hilarious little mischief-makers who are about to shrink down to miniscule level and take your child on a spectacular journey around the human body; from milk teeth to our incredible circulatory system. Packed with brilliant photography, wonderfully wacky illustrations and amazing facts, your child will discover everything they ever wanted to know about the human body!
The four books in this series are filled with colour illustrations and fall into two categories: there are parables, charming stories for grown-ups; and laws of nature, which are collections of musings and anecdotes about the way things are – or at least, the way things are on Harold’s Planet.
Although initially written as a collection of short illustrated stories, a TV series proposal of Harold’s Planet won the Grand Prix at the Annecy Animation Festival (category International Project Competition) in France in 1998. The Harold’s Planet Website & Greeting Cards were launched in August 2001. Greeting cards are sold through a range of UK retailers, including Borders, Books ETC and The John Lewis Partnership. The Harold’s Planet website receives an average of 5,000 users per day, and an average of 2,000 Harold’s Planet e-greetings are sent online every day. The first four books in the series have been a huge success in America and the Uk and have been sold as a co-edition into Korea!