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The subject of the book will greatly This delightful book is the latest in the series of Ladybird books which have been specially planned to help grown-ups with the world about them.The subject of the book will greatly appeal to grown-ups.Hazeley and Morris offer a sarcastic spin to the apparently highly popular Ladybird children books, surely familiar to those in the United Kingdom.Presented with the most tongue-in-cheek comments on the dating world as interpreted through sketches from actual Ladybird books, the reader is able to see just how silly things can get in the world of dating and how mockery or 'taking the piss' can inject humour in a sometimes highly aggravating process.Penguin Ladybird Books will launch the line of darkly comic books using images from its archive for the front covers.The move is a first for the publisher which was synonymous with producing wholesome idealised portrayals of the nuclear family in its children’s books designed to education them on things like cars and steam engines. So once in a while when the big bad world becomes too much for us to handle it becomes necessary to revisit our childhood – a time when life was simpler and our little hearts were full of hope for a happily ever after.
Lots of fully-grown adults can’t get their heads around the concept of dating.
There is little need to analyse or synthesise Hazeley and Morris offer a sarcastic spin to the apparently highly popular Ladybird children books, surely familiar to those in the United Kingdom.
There is little need to analyse or synthesise the book, readable in a mere 5-7 minutes, other than to say, sitting down to read it will surely leave the reader wanting to find the others in the collection.
Received this as a kind Christmas gift from a couple of friends who know me too well...
Snorted out loud several times - I only wish it was longer!