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Why Girls Love Bags
You've got the dress, you've got the shoes'â€but no outfit is complete until you've got the bag. From HermÃ¨s to Prada, leather to suede, bags matter. On average, women use threehandbags regularly, changing to match their outfit and mood. By day, she might have an oversized slouch bag, with easygoing, modern style, but by night, she's carrying her tinyblack velvet evening bag, looking classically chic. In this gorgeous little gift book, you'll find all the different kinds of handbag, from clutches to totes and shoulder bags. Delve into these pages for a bag-fantasy world of everything you could ever imagine in bag heaven, and smile at the fun facts and witty quotes, all illustrated with Sam Wilson's quirky, colorful artworks. This is the perfect present for the bag addict in your life. 'Â¢ From investment buys to spur-of-the-moment purchases, admire and be inspired by this collection of all things bag-related.'Â¢ Your weight may fluctuate, but your favorite bag will always fit.'Â¢ The perfect companion to the forthcoming Why Girls Love Shoes.
My Bags Were Always Packed
My Bags Were Always Packed: A Mother's Journey Through Her Son's Cancer Treatment and Remission is a heart-warming and triumphant story for anyone whose life is touched by cancer.
Can I Carry Your Bags?
An irreverent, witty memoir from one of the most renowned sports journalists in the business
In nearly 25 years as a sports journalist for the Independent, Daily Telegraph, and The Sunday Times, Martin Johnson has covered sporting events all over the world, including cricket and tennis in Australia, golf in America, Formula One in Kuala Lumpur, boxing in Cairo, petanque in Gran Canaria, beach volleyball in Brazil, Olympics in Sydney, football in China, and rugby in South Africa.
Sounds like a nice job? You must be joking. Get the true story from sports journalism s equivalent of Victor Meldrew. Ever tried to get a phone call out of Nagpur? Make contact with the office from Norfolk Island? Trudged several miles up a Japanese mountain to watch Britain s No 1 woman skier plough straight through the first gate? Attempted to write a semi-coherent report after a night out with Ian Botham? Nearly frozen to death at a cricket match in New Zealand? Been hi-jacked in Moscow by a drunken Russian?
It s hell out there, says Martin, who makes out his case for a life of hardship, deprivation, and a breathless dedication to duty in the face of overwhelming odds. Frankly, however, we still think it reads more like the Life of Riley.
About the Author
Martin Johnson was born in Monmouthshire in 1949. He was Cricket Correspondent at The Independent for 10 years, Sports Writer at The Telegraph for 9 years, and is currently Sports Writer at the Sunday Times.