A quirky collection of quotable quotes from all ages, sexes and denominations of the human race.
Pithy observations and pertinent put-downs for every occasion.
Quotable quotes seems to be something in vogue at the moment, and many such books have flooded the market place - mostly bought by stores who insist on having a blackboard outside their store with some inspirational 'quote of the day'.
Some of these books are highly researched with detailed histories of the quotes, others are much more simplistic with just a quote with no mention of who said it.
Quotable Quotes bridges the chasm between these two extremes with a nice weighy tome filled with hundreds of quotes and the quoter is stated.
This book is beautifully laid out with a few quotes to a page, often in differing fonts and typefaces making it a simple read, and a perfect coffee-table book that one can dip into whenever the need arises (or whenever you need an inspiring quote to fill the gaps in a newsletter.
The budget price for such a volume makes it a good buy and an ideal stocking filler for the forthcoming Christmas market
Random listing from 'Books'...
Whose eyes are those in the garden?
Look, it's a SCAREDY-SPROUT!
But what do YOU think scared that sprout so much?
Laugh out loud to this super-silly song and discover what truly IS the SCARIEST thing in the garden!
Included is a bonus CD so little ones can sing along.
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