75 Cool Things to Color is a unique coloring book packed full of geometric and abstract art your budding artist will enjoy. Think "mathematically" and explore creativity within and beyond... More > the lines. Adults have fun, too! Recommended mediums: felt tip pens, colored pencils and crayons. Ages 3 & up.< Less
Everything is more fun when you do it with friends . . . including reading over the summer and writing a book!
Five members of the 2008 Cool Boys Read® summer reading group contributed to this... More > delightful collection. Their stories of alien encounters, adventures in sports and magic, and the mischief caused by an evil scientist provide young readers with a variety of topics to enjoy.< Less
The internet is flooded with billions of photographs, many of which are hosted on photo sharing websites like Flickr. With millions more added every day, we often wonder why people decide to take... More > these pictures, why they save them, why they put them on public display. Studying the captions and descriptions of these photographs we see a variety of reasons for their existence. One of them is simple, striking and apparently quite popular: “I thought it looked cool.” There is an incredible number of photographs on Fickr that people have taken because they thought something looked ‘cool’. The book consists of 116 images based on various perceptions of what people consider to be ‘cool’. Each picture is accompanied by the photographer’s original caption. The resulting collection of images is very revealing and often hilarious.< Less
A reliable method for emotional self-management which will teach you to respond to any situation in a resourceful and effective manner, to give you power and empowerment both in daily life and, if... More > you happen to be a dancer, on the dance floor.< Less
'Phil Cool Stand Up Chameleon' is the autobiography of the uniquely gifted, versatile and legendary television comedian and impressionist Phil Cool. Famed for his rubber face, Phil takes us on a... More > journey from his childhood, through the years of trying to get the big break in the world of showbiz, to his life as the country's top impressionist and onwards through the years of entertaining audiences around the world's theatres and stages. Filled with hilarious anecdotes and observations this is a book that is very much the voice of Phil Cool and as unique in so many ways.< Less