This book contains detailed grammar of contemporary German by the most renowned name in German language reference. All linguistic features are represented scientifically, accurately and clearly. Written entirely in German.
"Marriage Confidential shares its insights with heart and humor. Here you'll find the perfect answers to the most important relationship questions. A perfect guide for loving couples."-- John Gray, Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus Wise words from Marriage Confidential: Husbands, here’s what she’s thinking: …about lying: "Does she know when you’re lying? You better believe she does.
Each man pulsates microscopic hints that signal his thoughts and actions to the woman whose goal it is to stay first and foremost in his mind.God help him if he’s a lousy liar to begin with." …about orgasms: Don’t end the evening by asking her, ‘Did you come?’ It’s akin to taking a trip with a kid who asks every five minutes, ‘Are we there yet?’ Since you don’t know un we tell you otherwise, your wife will say, ‘Yes honey, thanks for rockin’ my world!’— just to get you off her back (front, or whatever.) Believe me, you’ll know when she enjoys sex with you; because she won’t be able to shut up about it." Wives, here’s what he’s thinking… …about whether he turns you on: "Most men do care about how they look in a pair of jeans. Sure, a guy might look like a sack of spuds in his Levis, but that doesn't mean he's okay with that. And, if he is okay with that, I'll guarantee you that he has convinced himself that there are a lot of women out there who are really turned on by potatoes." …about the dangers of having affairs: "Affairs are like skiing with a blindfold, wildly exhilarating at first, but almost certain to end badly." In This Book, You’ll Find 102 Honest Answers to the Questions Every Husband Wants to Ask, and Every Wife Needs to Know So read on…
De la création du monde à la mort du Christ, redécouvrez le texte le plus lu au monde dans une version manga complète et riche. "que la lumière soit...". Dieu créa le monde par ces simples mots, avant de faire l'homme puis la femme. Ayant prospéré avec le temps, l'humanité oublia à plusieurs reprises la gloire de Dieu et devint orgueilleuse. Alors Dieu décida de détruire les hommes... avant de leur envoyer son fils pour racheter leurs fautes...
Ya onlara, tek tek nasıl gelmiştim? Kıramadığım yalnızlık, kırdırmadığım gurur, ertelenen, hep ertelenen bir son karar taşımış olsa gerekti beni: Akrebe. İşim, seçtiğim uğraş, seçtiğim uğraşın tözü ve ekonomisi beni ağla özdeşleştirdi: Örümcek. Hem ehlileşen hem de yabanıllığını bütün bütüne yitirmeyen duruştu: Şahin. Bâkî evrende, sahte tarihte, kıyamete sınırlı ve kayıtlı gelecekte tek ışıktı: Semender. Soyumun tükenişiydi: Gergedan. Başkalaşımın içindeki aynı kalış maskesiydi: Bukalemun. Merak böceği: Belki de sıçrayan fasulyenin içindeydi.” Enis Batur, yazı hayatı boyunca işlediği, büyüteç altına aldığı hayvanlara, hayvan dünyasına; “Örümceğin hünerine, akrebin gururuna, devenin sabrına, eşeğin güzelliğine, karganın zekâsına, atın soyluluğuna bir nebze olsun yaklaşabilmek” için farklı odaklardan farklı mesafelerden bakıyor.
Feel the power of pure DRIVING FORCE in beautifully illustrated 8x8 storybooks that capture the most incredible Tonka vehicles in all their glory. All about the fast moving vehicles that save the day! From rescue helicopters to hazmat trucks!
This collection of mystical folk tales about the Celtic hero Finn MacCoul is magical and bloodthirsty compendium full of humour, love and heroism. The legend of Finn exists in several cultures, but most notably in Scotland and Ireland, where he and the Fian, his band of loyal followers, are still important cultural figures. Many place names that grace the Celtic lands have their basis in these tales. Kyle Rhea, for example, between the Isle of Skye and the mainland is so called because of the terrible fate that befell one of the Fian while trying to save his wife - these warriors valued honour above all else. Justice was dispensed decisively to evil-doers and members of the Fian alike. Finn himself was more of a king than the kings he often met, for he alone was the arbiter of all conflicts. His was a life of constant risk combined with a simple belief in the power of good over evil. Finn travelled and fought wherever he was most needed. His dealings with the Lochlanners (Scandinavians) give us a stirring insight into a time where men risked their lives in pursuit of something more than mere wealth. This fabulous and evoking collection of heroic tales conjures a time and place where giants and magic were commonplace and danger was everywhere, where kings ruled over kingdoms, not countries.Companion to the best selling Folk Tales of Scotland.
Only collection available of the Fenian cycle of stories. Stunningly illustrated by Paul Rumsey.