A Million Sloths

Author: Lulu Mayo
Publisher: Million Creatures to Color
ISBN: 145471106X
Release Date: 2019-06-04
Genre: Art

This addition to Lulu Mayo's popular series of coloring books features the animal of the moment: adorable, friendly sloths. Who could resist? Chubby sloths, smiling sloths, and sloths that happily play, climb, and (of course) nap: illustrator Lulu Mayo has created a million irresistible sloths for you to color. Her charming, whimsical, and fun-to-complete pictures will delight and entertain animal lovers with a soft spot for these cuddly creatures.

A Million Owls

Author: Lulu Mayo
ISBN: 1782437037
Release Date: 2017-03-02
Genre: Decoration and ornament

A Million Owls is a quirky colouring book designed for bird lovers of all ages. Its humour and adorable charm will appeal to both children and adults, providing an escape from hectic modern life to a relaxing world of imagination. Inside are over 30 spreads of cute and quirky owls, decorated with intricate Japanese patterns and motifs.A stunning foiled cover makes this a luxurious gift.


Author: Robin Wasserman
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 144240812X
Release Date: 2009-12-15
Genre: Juvenile Fiction

One of the seven is dead, and everyone's reeling: Adam's done. With love, with school...with everything. Done. Beth's doing her best to act "normal," but even Reed recognizes devastation, since all he does is fantasize about Kaia. Miranda's lost too. Did she ever really forgive Harper? Only Kane is actually doing something: uncovering how the crash happened -- and why. But there's no do-over with death. There's only moving on -- to the most unlikely places....

The Cry of the Sloth

Author: Sam Savage
Publisher: Coffee House Press
ISBN: 9781566892643
Release Date: 2010-11-16
Genre: Fiction

The tragicomic tale of a frustrated writer angry at the world: “Scathingly funny.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) Living on a diet of fried Spam, vodka, sardines, cupcakes, and Southern Comfort, Andrew Whittaker is slowly being sucked into the morass of middle age. A negligent landlord, small-time literary journal editor, and aspiring novelist, he is—quite literally—authoring his own downfall. From his letters, diary entries, and fragments of fiction, to grocery lists and posted signs, this novel is a collection of everything Whittaker commits to paper over the course of four critical months. Beginning in July, during the economic hardships of the Nixon era, we witness our hero hounded by tenants and creditors, harassed by a loathsome local arts group, and tormented by his ex-wife. Determined to redeem his failures and eviscerate his enemies, Whittaker hatches a grand plan. But as winter nears, his difficulties accumulate, and the disorder of his life threatens to overwhelm him. As his hold on reality weakens and his schemes grow wilder, his self-image as a placid and slow-moving sloth evolves into that of a bizarre and frantic creature driven mad by solitude . . . “Most of the novel consists of Whittaker’s hilarious rejection letters to wannabe authors. Savage works page after page of delightful variations on this theme.” —The Guardian

A Million Cats

ISBN: 1782435697
Release Date: 2015-11-19

A Million Cats is a colouring book designed for cat lovers of all ages. Its humour and adorable charm will appeal to both children and adults, providing an escape from hectic modern life to a relaxing world of quirkiness and imagination. Inside are over 30 spreads of funny pussycats, decorated with stress-relieving Japanese patterns and motifs, including cherry blossom, waves, temples, hearts, dots, and paisleys in various forms. Each illustration shows different cats' adventures, and each cat is different.

Lost Souls

Author: James D. Wright
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781351011594
Release Date: 2018-05-11
Genre: Social Science

What is the state of contemporary American morality? From their original conception in Christian scripture to their assimilation into Western culture, the 'Seven Deadly Sins' – lust, greed, envy, pride, and all the rest – have guided human morality, steering human behavior and psychology away from evil and toward a full embrace of the good. But their hold on modern life is increasingly tenuous. Indeed, one may observe that these days, deadly sin is far more common and more commonly practiced than its virtuous counterparts – humility, charity, kindness, industriousness, and chastity. Without greed, there is no economy; without anger, no politics; and without pride and envy, surely less motivation and competition would exist. James D. Wright carefully examines the complexities and ambiguities in modern society in the context of the seven deadly sins and their corresponding virtues. Are we all lost souls, condemned by our immoral deeds, or are the trappings of older sin deteriorating? Is it time, finally, to reconsider the classifications of evil and good? Wright uses each chapter to consider how the social sciences have operationalized each 'sin', how they have been studied, and what lessons have been learned over time. He reviews recent trends and contemplates the societal costs and benefits of the behaviors in question. Lost Souls emerges, then, as a meditation on contemporary sin, concluding that the line between guilt and innocence, right and wrong, is often very thin.

A Little Book of Sloth

Author: Lucy Cooke
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781442445581
Release Date: 2013-03-05
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Cozy up with adorable baby sloths in this irresistible photographic picture book. Hang around just like a sloth and get to know the delightful residents of the Avarios Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica, the world’s largest sloth orphanage. You’ll fall in love with bad-boy Mateo, ooh and ahh over baby Biscuit, and want to wrap your arms around champion cuddle buddy Ubu! From British filmmaker and sloth expert Lucy Cooke comes a hilarious, heart-melting photographic picture book starring the laziest—and one of the cutest—animals on the planet.


Author: Wendy Wasserstein
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019803721X
Release Date: 2005-01-07
Genre: Fiction

Here is a rollicking parody of the self-help genre, one that skewers the couch-bound, apathetic mentality so pervasive in America today. With tongue in cheek, Sloth guides readers step-by-step toward a life of noncommittal inertia. "You have the right to be lazy," writes Wasserstein. "You can choose not to respond. You can choose not to move." Readers will find out the importance of Lethargiosis--the process of eliminating energy and drive, the vital first step in becoming a sloth. To help you attain the perfect state of indolent bliss, the book offers a wealth of self-help aids. Readers will find the sloth songbook, sloth breakfast bars (packed with sugar, additives, and a delicious touch of Ambien), sloth documentaries (such as the author's 12-hour epic on Thomas Aquinas), and the sloth network, channel 823, programming guaranteed not to stimulate or challenge in any way. ("It may be difficult to distinguish between this and other channels, but only on channel 823 can you watch me sleeping.") Readers will also learn the top ten lies about Sloth, the ten commandments of Sloth, the SLOTH mantra, even the "too-much ten"--over-achievers such as Marie Curie, Shakespeare, and William the Conqueror. You will discover how to become a sloth in your diet, exercise, work, and even love-life (true love leads to passion, she warns, and passion is the biggest enemy of sloth). Wendy Wasserstein is one of America's great comic writers--one who always has a serious point to her humor. Here, as she pokes fun at the self-help industry, she also satirizes the legion of Americans who are cultural and political sloths.

Giant Ground Sloth

Author: Marc Zabludoff
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
ISBN: 0761439978
Release Date: 2009-09-01
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

"Explore the giant ground sloth, its physical characteristics, when and where it lived, how it lived, what other animals lived alongside it, and how we know this"--Provided by publisher.

The Little Book of Sloth Philosophy

Author: Jennifer McCartney
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 9780008304836
Release Date: 2018-08-23
Genre: Humor

Relax, unwind and soak up the wisdom of the sloth with the slowest page turner you’ll ever read.

Saratoga Strongbox

Author: Stephen Dobyns
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 9781405529358
Release Date: 2013-08-01
Genre: Fiction

The final mystery for everyman detective Charlie Bradshaw turns into a hilarious caper in the hands of his morally flexible sidekick Victor Plotz. Scenting a quick buck, Victor agrees to collect a suspicious suitcase from Montreal, but trusting in bumbling blackbelt Eddie Gillespie quickly transpires to be a terrible mistake. Between a pair of thugs, a stripper, and the worry that his girlfriend is playing away, Victor finds he has more on his hands than he can handle - and has to call on his old friend to clean things up, Saratoga Springs style.