Resultados para: james thurber
Gathers previously uncollected cartoons and humorous storiessob encomenda
This classic collection of Thurber's humor includes the twenty-six pieces published in The New Yorker that turned the writer into a legend in which the humorist explored such topics as the complexities of relationships between men and women and his...sob encomenda
My father was in the hospital and every night when I visited him, I read aloud to him. James Thurber. And one night he said “you really should do that on your show,” and I said “Dad, its a television newscast. Id love to, but how could it possibly...R$ 24,90
Thurber,James A.; Thurber,James A.(2709314)
Rivals For Power
The Years With Rosssob encomenda
Barack Obama entered office on a wave of popular expectation; will he exit at the hands of a Tea Party inspired populist tsunami or return for four more years? Obama in Office brings together well-established political scientists and journalists to...
A princesinha Letícia adoece, pois quer ter a lua. O rei, desesperado, pede ajuda a seus conselheiros. Mas só o Bobo da Corte encontra a solução.Tradução de Dinah de Abreu Azevedo, considerada altamente recomendável para a criança pela Fundação...
The Caldecott Medal-winning artist for A Tree Is Nice offers an illustrated version of Thurber's classic fantasy about a meek man who imagines himself in the role of a number of daredevil heroes, accompanied by the author's whimsical autobiographical...
A book of humor and satire covers topics from baseball to Macbeth
Thurber,James; Rosen,Michael J.(647498)
Entertaining prose and drawings from the beloved humorist celebrate canine behavior and quirks in this funny, loving tribute to dogs. 20,000 first printing.
Princess Lenore is ill from eating too many raspberry tarts. She believes that possessing the moon is the only thing that will cure her. Despite a command from the King, neither the Lord High Chamberlain nor the Royal Wizard nor the Royal...
These twenty-three humorous stories and essays and more than one hundred illustrations find James Thurber in absolutely top form. The book concludes with a sampling of articles Thurber wrote for the New Yorker s The Talk of the Town, demonstrating...