From the British Library and Bodleian Library shelves comes a game to challenge your literary acumen and test your writing skills. To play, one player takes a card and reads out the title, author and plot of a novel. The other players then have to write a plausible opening or closing sentence in an attempt to bluff fellow players into believing it is actually correct. These suggestions are then read out along with the correct lines, and players vote for the most likely entry. A wide range of writing styles are represented by a range of one hundred authors from Dickens and Austen, to Barbara Cartland and Harold Robbins.
The six pencils in this set all feature really un-motivational messages such as 'False hope is better than no hope'. All rather entertaining if not not very productive... 6 HB pencils in a themed box.Pack measures 19 x 6 x 1.5 cm.
Make good use of your time by reading the messages on this set of six printed pencils. "You can't possibly work in an untidy room" "You probably need another coffee" "A to-do list, you need a to-do list" and other gems of creative advice. Six...
This wonderful diagram of colours and refraction from a late 19th Century teaching aid is perfectly printed on Cavallini's signature Italian archival paper. This gorgeous gift wrap is good enough to be hung on the wall, or used in a variety of crafts. To transform...
An original design by The Literary Gift Company, this series is inspired by the 2013 publication A Mug's Guide to Grammar. Fine bone china mugs.Height of each mug 8cm.Available as a set, or individually.