Draw Modern Looks! Expansion on the Drawing Clothes" and "Cool Looks" chapters of Shojo Fashion Manga Art School this title shows beginning and intermediate artists how to dress and accessorize their shojo characters in stylish clothes and accessories to fit any occasion. Readers find modern looks and fashions for all the classic shojo graphic novel themes such as: high school romances complex dramas stories about friendship and sweet comedies Starting with basics like materials (primarily pencil and ink) color movement lines and shading the book covers casual styles school clothes work attire glamorous fancy dress and seasonal/situational looks. Loaded with techniques and tips from an exciting young artist and writer with a fresh style this book includes great step-by-step instruction from initial lines to black-and white inked illustration to finished art in color."
Mira May 2011 Dear Reader, I'm not much of a letter writer. As the sheriff here, I'm used to writing incident reports, not chatty letters. But my daughter, Megan--who'll be making me a grandfather soon--told me I had to do this. So here goes. I'll tell you straight out that I'd hoped to marry Faith Beckwith (my onetime high school girlfriend) but she ended the relationship last month, even though we're both widowed and available. There were a few misunderstandings between us, some of them inadvertently caused by Megan. However, I've got plenty to keep me occupied, like the unidentified remains found in a cave outside town. And the fact that my friend Judge Olivia Griffin is fighting cancer. And the break-ins at 204 Rosewood Lane--the house Faith happens to be renting from Grace Harding... If you want to hear more, come on over to my place or the sheriff 's office--if you can stand the stale coffee!...
OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities like walking horse riding and off-road cycling. Providing complete GB coverage the series details essential information such as youth hostels pubs and visitor information as well as rights of way permissive paths and bridleways.
What a title. What a concept. What a cover picture. An alien invasion; a paralysed planet condemned to a forever dusk. This is a book that stands out.
* Content covers all units for the Level 2 Award in Dementia Awareness and a mix of mandatory and optional units for the Level 2 Certificate in Dementia Care and the Dementia pathway of the Diploma. * Content is matched exactly to the new specification for the Dementia units. * Written by best-selling author Yvonne Nolan so you can be confident you have the expert support you need to succeed. * A concise resource with five chapters so learners don't have to buy more than you need. * Chapters combine relevant knowledge and competence units to assist transition from Award to Certificate or Diploma. * A positive resource that will not only give learners the knowledge they need to complete the course but also the skills to implement best practice in their setting.
Collins New Primary Maths Pupil Book 5C is packed with exciting activities to help build and develop the skills needed to be successful in Maths. Pupil Book 5C contains: * fun activities to consolidate the objectives covered in the daily maths lesson * objectives at the top of each page so the child is in control of their own learning * 3 clear levels of differentiation * engaging colourful graphics.
Zog is the keenest dragon in school – and the clumsiest. He even sets his own wing on fire! But can a mysterious little girl help him in his quest to capture a princess? The latest adorable rhyming treat from the king and queen of the picture book world!
GUY ST EDMOND, RETURNING WARRIOR, WILL LET NOTHING STAND IN THE WAY OF HIS DESIRE Spoken of only in whispers- and with a name that strikes fear into the hearts of his enemies- Guy St Edmond wields his ancient sword like the Devil and his charm like a weapon. Confronted with a woman who does not cower before him, he finds his interest is aroused- but Jane Lovet is sworn to another. Yet her engagement is soon broken by Guy's ruthless intervention, causing a scandal that echoes around the royal court. Forced into marriage, he can't deny that having the desirable Jane at his side night after night promises untold pleasures...
Compact and lightweight, this comprehensive, step-by-step Expanded Guide book covers everything you will need to know about photography to help you maximise the full potential of the Nikon D7200.
“Are you going back to the party?” Cameron looked right into her eyes. “Do you want me to go back?” Gabrielle didn’t know what to say. His question had thrown her off. “Whether you go back or not isn’t up to me.” “Well, no, I’m not interested in going back. Now if you were to ask me in, I’d accept the invite before you released your next breath.” Unsure of herself and Cameron, Gabrielle wished she could give him an answer. Telling him to go home was rude— and she wasn’t sure that was what she really wanted. Cameron didn’t give her much time to think. His urge to taste her mouth had won out over his attempt to cool himself down. Lifting her chin with two fingers, Cameron lowered his head until their lips met. To gauge her reaction, he dusted her lips with several soft kisses. Then his forefinger slowly outlined her mouth. Looking down into her mesmerizing eyes, Cameron...
Got a big dream? What if you wake up? Eeek. Is there a future (and a boy) for Lou, now she’s failed her swim trials?
Richard Sennett is one of the world's leading sociologists and this book first published in 1970 was his first single-authored work. It launched his exploration of communities and how they live in cities and outlined his view that order breeds narrow violence-prone lives while an 'equilibrium of disorder' brings vigour and diversity to urban life. The New York Times" described it as 'the best available contemporary defence of anarchism'. "The Uses of Disorder" followed the student and urban rebellions of the late 1960s. But it remains uncannily apposite to the problems of city life forty years on. In a new preface Sennett considers the response to the book over those years and relates it to the circumstances faced by the inhabitants of cities in the twenty-first century. The body of the text remains unchanged ready for a new generation of readers."
THE PHANTOM THIEF The first time Alfie sees the boy he appears as if from nowhere in the school detention room - the 'padded cell'. There's something odd about him and Alfie is definitely not pleased when he realizes the boy has nicked his new jacket. But a ghost? That's what his new friend Sarah thinks - and she's so convinced she's prepared to ghost-watch with him. That's when the warning message appears scratched out on the blackboard by a phantom hand...MY FRIEND'S A WEREWOLF Kelly always thought werewolves only existed in stories and late-night films. Until Simon moves in next door. Could that be hair beginning to sprout on his face? Why does he wear black gloves all the time - even to school? Last but definitely not least there's the howling at night ...Aren't werewolves ...dangerous?
Since the dawn of children's television in the 1950s toy companies have been keen to capitalise on the success of these programmes. Toy historian and collector Anthony A. McGoldrick here charts the history of the most successful TV toys from Muffin the Mule in the 1950s to Star Trek: The Next Generation in the 1980s. The colourful illustrations - whether of Daleks iconic cars action figures or spaceships - evoke the excitement of the programmes and also of playing with the toys that allowed children to recreate them. Whether you grew up in the days of Andy Pandy The Saint Kojak or Knight Rider this book offers a nostalgic look at some of the most appealing toys of the late twentieth century.