You´re Grounded Forever...But First, Let´s Go Shopping:The Challenges Mothers Face with Their Daughters and Ten Timely Solutions. First Edition Susan Shapiro Barash
This ground-breaking drama was Mark Ravenhill´s first full-length play and part of a movement in the 1990s of ´´in your face´´ British theatre which frankly dealt with issues of sex and violence and pointedly challenged societal values. The play explores how consumerism has become our new value system which reduces everything else to a mere transaction, as shopping malls become the new cathedrals of Western consumerism. The plot follows a crowd of drifters and sex traders in a seedy area of London in the 1990s. Five main characters are linked loosely and intermittently and at the center of the play is an ever-changing love triangle of petty criminals. It is a gritty, grimy urban society, a depressing microcosm of drugs, shoplifting, prostitution, and sexual adventure. The characters have shunned morality and conduct hedonistic and destructive lives in this shocking, humorous, nihilistic play that examines a completely corrupted society.
The Serious Shopping Guide: Los Angeles:First Edition Rob Campbell
Boyfriend Shopping: Shopping for My Boyfriend / My Only Wish / All I Want for Christmas Is You (Mills & Boon Kimani Tru):Mills & Boon Kimani Tru. ePub First edition Earl Sewell, Caridad Ferrer, Deidre Berry
An Account of the Origin and Growth of Chicago and Its First Department Store:The Story of Centralized Shopping Under One Roof, Its Unique Location and Events Connected With Its History (Classic Reprint) Forrest Crissey
The 90/10 Weight Loss Cookbook:100-Plus Slimming Recipes for the Whole Family - Plus a Complete Shopping Guide and Gourmet Menus for Entertaining. First Edition Joy Bauer, Rosemary Black
This Sticker Dolly Dressing book features over 300 stickers to dress brides and grooms as they prepare for their big days, including dress shopping, choosing a cake, getting ready and the first dance.
Venture forth - if you dare - into the hazardous territory that is the girl brain! From the dreaded doom of bra-shopping to the countless hours spent trying to select the right emoji or why we analyse (absolutely) everything, this book offers a humorous, revealing and hugely-relatable exploration of what it means to be a girl in the twenty-first century. Enter at your peril...
First published in 1979, The White Album records indelibly the upheavals and aftermaths of the 1960s. Examining key events, figures, and trends of the era--including Charles Manson, the Black Panthers, and the shopping mall--through the lens of her own spiritual confusion, Joan Didion helped to define mass culture as we now understand it. Written with a commanding sureness of tone and linguistic precision, The White Album is a central text of American reportage and a classic of American autobiography.
Diagon Alley is a cobblestoned shopping area for wizards and witches, and it was Harry Potter´s first introduction to the wizarding world. On this bustling street, seen throughout the Harry Potter films, the latest brooms are for sale, wizard authors give book signings and young Hogwarts students acquire their school supplies - cauldrons, quills, robes, wands and brooms. This magical scrapbook takes readers on a tour of Diagon Alley, from Gringotts wizarding bank to Ollivanders wand shop, Weasleys´ Wizard Wheezes and beyond. Detailed profiles of each shop include concept illustrations, behind-the-scenes photographs and fascinating reflections from actors and film-makers that give readers an unprecedented inside look at the beloved wizarding location. Fans will also revisit key moments from the films, such as Harry´s first visit to Ollivanders when he is selected by his wand in Harry Potter and the Philosopher´s Stone, and Harry, Ron and Hermione´s escape from Gringotts on the back of a Ukrainian Ironbelly dragon in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1. Destined to be a must-have collectible for fans of Harry Potter, Diagon Alley: A Movie Scrapbook also comes packed with removable inserts.