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Bill Bryson's African Diary
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Bill Bryson goes to Kenya at the invitation of CARE International, a charity which works with local communities to eradicate poverty around the world. Travelling around the country, Bryson casts his eye on a continent new to him, and writes a diary with wry observation and curious insight.  read more
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Bill Bryson's African Diary
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Pages: 64, Hardcover, Doubleday  read more
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Dear Bill Bryson: Footnotes from a Small Island
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An irreverent homage to the '95 travel classic Notes from a Small Island, wherein Ben Aitken retraces Bill Brysons journey as precisely as possible same hotels, same plates of food, same amount of time in the bath before finishing outside his house on Christmas Eve."It would be wrong to view this book as just a highly accomplished homage to a personal hero. Aitken's politics, as much as his humour, are firmly in the spotlight, and Dear Bill Bryson achieves more than its title (possibly even its author) intended." Manchester Review  read more
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Chasing Bill Bryson: The Bootleg Guide To Europe
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Award-winning journalist and travel writer Stephen Robert Morse shares intimate details of his extensive travels to Europe as a teenager during the mid 2000s when George W. Bush's reign made being an American in Europe a challenging and comedic experience. This second volume of Morse's laugh out loud comedy is surely the best thing 1.99 can buy! (Barack Obama even posed for the cover!)  read more
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Quicklet on Bill Bryson's Notes from a Big Country
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ABOUT THE BOOK The first time I read a Bill Bryson book, I was not expecting much at all. For many years my family shared a rustic cottage on a lake with all the other members of my mother's family. Entertainment on nice days usually involved swimming, swimming, more swimming, and the occasional nap. On gray days, we read. Over the years four generations of the family left behind a muddled collection of books. When I read through the books I had brought with me, I'd grab whatever my relations had left behind. That's how I first encountered Bill Bryson. I found a well-worn, tattered copy of A Walk in the Woods, left behind by a relative. I picked it up with uncertainty, not sure I was completely interested in a stranger's account of a summer spent hiking the Appalachian Trail. As for a stranger who told that story while trying to be funny? I suspended my disbelief. But, Bryson really was funny. So funny that when I returned home I promptly ordered a copy and made my husband read it. After finishing it, he went out and got still more Bryson books. They were funny, too. That's the first thing that should be said about Bryson, and about Notes from a Big Land: It's a funny book written by a man who has a mastery of funny. MEET THE AUTHOR Peg Robinson holds a BA in Religious Studies from the University of California at Santa Barbara, and has partially completed an MA/PhD in Mythological Studies from Pacifica Graduate Institute. She holds a certificate in copy editing from Media Bistro. Her publishing career started in 1998, on winning a place in Simon and Schuster's Star Trek: Strange New Worlds competition. Her novelette "Tonino and the Incubus" qualified for the 2007 Nebula Awards. She has worked as a content provider, copy writer, informational writer, copy editor, and developmental editor. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Notes from a Big Country is the British version of a book published in the United States under the title I'm a Stranger Here, Myself. Both books are compiled of essays written for the British publication, Mail on Sunday's Night and Day, edited by Simon Kelner, a friend and associate of Bryson's. There are extensive differences between the two books. Notes from a Big Country contains a full 78 essays; I'm a Stranger Here, Myself contains only 70. Editorial adjustments were made to take the language and assumptions of each nation into account. An extensive comparison of the two volumes can be found from the Department of Translation Studies, at the University of Tanjere. The linguistic analysis may not interest everyone, but it provides a fairly extensive overview of the changes made in adapting the book for two distinct audiences. There is no question to an American reader that Notes from a Big Country was written for an English audience. While Bryson is on record as considering his identity in England that of an outsider it's impossible to read the essay chapters without realising how deeply Bryson has adapted to English culture. It's equally impossible to miss how profoundly he felt the culture-shock on returning to the United States.Buy a copy to keep reading! CHAPTER OUTLINEQuicklet on Bill Bryson's Notes from a Big CountryBill Brysons Notes from a Big Country + Introduction + Biographical Information + Overview: Notes from a Big Country + Material and Tone + ...and much more  read more
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Dear Bill Bryson: Footnotes from a Small Island
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An irreverent homage to the '95 travel classic Notes from a Small Island, wherein Ben Aitken retraces Bill Bryson's giant American footsteps as precisely as possible - same hotels, same plates of food, same amount of time in the bath - before finishing outside Bryson's house on Christmas Eve. "It would be wrong to view this book as just a highly accomplished homage to a personal hero. Aitken's politics, as much as his humour, are firmly in the spotlight, and Dear Bill Bryson achieves more than its title (possibly even its author) intended." Manchester Review  read more
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The Road Less Travelled: Foreword by Bill Bryson (Eyewitness Travel Guides)
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The Road Less Travelled From alternatives to the Carnival in Rio and the beaches of Thailand to substitutes for the most visited national parks and over-rated restaurants, this title helps you find less crowded, sometimes less expensive and often more spectacular and rewarding places to visit. Full description  read more
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Bill Bryson - Notes from a Small Island [DVD]
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All six episodes of the travel series presented by American writer Bill Bryson. Based on his successful book 'Notes from a Small Island', the series follows Bill as he travels from Dover to John O'Groats while musing on the eccentricities of British life. Along the way, he meets up with British comedians Stephen Fry, Alexei Sayle and Victoria Wood, who all contribute their own thoughts and perspectives on the attractions of their native country.  read more
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AN AMERICAN ABROAD: A Short History of Bill Bryson
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Pages: 100, Paperback, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform  read more
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Trivia: The Road to Little Dribbling by Bill Bryson (Trivia-On-Books)
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Pages: 70, Paperback, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform  read more
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BILL BRYSON SIGNED AUTOGRAPH PHOTO PRINT IN MOUNT
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Colour 8 x 6 inch glossy signed photograph in a 10 x 8 inch mount and Backing board, Ready For Framing - (can be supplied without mount, request at point of sale)of Bill Bryson - Important: This Autograph Is A PRINT of an authentic original autograph.  read more
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An American Abroad: A Short History of Bill Bryson
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Bill Bryson is an English national treasure. He is the worlds number one anglophile, and Prince Charles has said There can be no-one who more deserves the title of honorary Englishman than Bill Bryson. But Brysons fascinating life story starts far away from Britain, in Des Moines, the capital of the flat-western state of Iowa. He spent his childhood here creating super hero characters and a local newspaper, the 'Neighbourhood News', which he typed out individually for each reader. He was only seven years old at the time. But for all his juvenile ventures, Bill never took to school, believing teachers kept secret the good stuff and made learning soberly unfathomable. He was less enchanted with Iowa than his parents, and when he finished high school, which he barely attended, he embarked on an adventure on the continent. After falling for the charm and history of Europe, Bryson settled in Britain where his first job was at a psychiatric institution. It is here that he met his wife Cynthia, a nurse. After nipping back to America to finish his bachelors degree, which took some seven years, the Brysons moved back to England and Bill worked for 'The Times' and 'The Independent'. But after developing an immense pleasure in writing these articles, he turned his hands to books. Following the death of his father, he travelled to 38 southern states and wrote 'The Lost Continent Travels in Small-town America' about his disillusionment with the USA. His love for all things British shone through 'Notes From a Small Island', and the works that followed on the etymology of the English language. He is the author of 'A Short History of Nearly Everything', (widely praised for bringing science to the masses), 'Shakespeare: The World as a Stage', and 'Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail', which was recently made into a film starring Robert Redford. Despite his American roots, Bill Bryson is the first non-Briton to be awarded Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society, he is an English Heritage Commissioner and has served as Chancellor of Durham University, Englands third oldest university. Bryson now resides in a nineteenth century rectory in Norfolk after living in Yorkshire for many years. Praise for Nigel Cawthorne: A great biography of a great writer." - Tom Kasey, best-selling author of Trade Off. Nigel Cawthorne is the author of over 160 books including the bestselling Alan Johnson: Left Standing, Jeremy Clarkson: Motormouth, Harry: A Prince Among Men and A Little Bit of Stephen Fry. He has written biographies of David Cameron, Ian Fleming, Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson. He lives in Bloomsbury, London's literary area. Endeavour Press is the UK's leading independent digital publisher. For more information on our titles please sign up to our newsletter at www.endeavourpress.com. Each week you will receive updates on free and discounted ebooks. Follow us on Twitter: @EndeavourPress and on Facebook via http://on.fb.me/1HweQV7. We are always interested in hearing from our readers. Endeavour Press believes that the future is now.  read more
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Bryson 16296 Insulated Digging Spade
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Integrated Safety Hand Stop Easy to use  read more
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America Loves Bill Bryson, Pornography, Donald Trump, Sex and DENNIS FISH (The Dennis Fish Trilogy Book 1)
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This dramatic, earth shattering, spoof biography of invented demigod Dennis Fish is in fact the raw, unedited and super sexy manuscript that later became the book:- Dennis Fish Lives the American Dream: Sex and Drugs and Rock n Roll. It has the highest scatter gun gag count in the history of literature. Told through the eyes of rock music journalist Luca Toscallini (AKA author Darryl John Hazell), we follow Dennis as he blunders his way from one gigantic mishap to another, always oblivious to the carnage he leaves in his wake. Can Dennis really be just a mammoth buffoon ? Or is he a misunderstood incomparable man of vision? Read this hilarious book and make up your own mind. A paperback version of this stunning biography is available too so there can be no excuses for missing out.  read more
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LIST SERIES: BILL BRYSON: SERIES READING ORDER: THE ROAD TO LITTLE DRIBBLING, TRAVEL
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This is a book series list that's made for your kindle. It is a simple to follow checklist that consists of all of Bill Bryson's work. This book is free with an Amazon Unlimited subscription. This Series List consists of: Travel BooksLanguage BooksScience BooksHistory BooksNon-Fiction Books& All OthersAll of the information is available on the authors website. This kindle only list allows you to conveniently look at all of the author's work without having to be connected to the internet. This list does comply with the United States Copyright Office circular 34 as it is just a title list showing what year the books in each series and stand alone novels were published. My hopes are that this list is helpful when choosing your next Bill Bryson book to read.  read more
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Bill Bryson Collector's Edition: Notes from a Small Island, Neither Here Nor There, and I'm a Stranger Here Myself
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Edition: Abridged, Audio CD, Random House Audio Publishing Group  read more
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Got Bryson? Mens Sweatshirt
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This Bryson Sweatshirt has undergone extensive quality control before reaching you. We have over 10 years experience in selling products on the internet. The items are created by us and are even customizable! Just contact our great customer service for any questions. Sweatshirt Got Bryson?  read more
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The Bryson Blood Wars
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After years of estrangement sisters Clover and Opal have reconciled and built a stronger bond than ever before. This newly strengthened bond is tested when a past love re-enters Opal's life and starts wrecking havoc with his verbal and emotional cruelty. Little does Opal realize her toxic relationship could not only threaten her relationship with Clover, but also her family.......and her life.Take a journey with the spinoff to The Marshalls Series and get caught into a world filled with hate, drama and manipulation in The Bryson Blood Wars!  read more
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Letter to Bryson City
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Release Date: 2003-04-02, Audio CD, Howling Bull  read more
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A Letter to Bryson Cit
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Release Date: 2003-07-07, Audio CD, Makmy  read more
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