School's out and glamping is go! The Girls Can Vlog gang is going on tour once more in Girls Can Vlog: Festival Frenzy, a summer special from author Emma Moss. When Lucy's parents plan a camping trip, Lucy manages to convince them to let her bring the rest of the gang along to attend Chesterbury Music Festival. It looks set to be a summer they will never forget! Discover more of the Girls Can Vlog adventures in Lucy Locket: Online Disaster, Amazing Abby: Drama Queen, Hashtag Hermione: Wipeout, and Jazzy Jessie: Going for Gold
What if Spinal Tap through the most almighty party?. That's Festival Frenzy, a huge concertina foldout that evokes the festival experience in all its horrific majesty. Smelly campers, drunken partiers, raging rockstars, from the campsite to the main stage, it's all here. The perfect gift for any rock music fan. But be warned, it is NOT for the faint of heart.
Explore Montreal and Quebec City the fun and easy way? Montreal and Quebec City have a flair and sophistication unlike anywhere else in North America. With this friendly guide, you'll discover where to find the best romantic restaurants, beautiful attractions, and French joie de vivre! Discover: Down-to-earth trip-planning advice What you shouldn't miss -- and what you can skip The best hotels and restaurants for every budget Lots of detailed maps Travel smart at www.dummies.com
The Rough Guide to Europe on a Budget is the ultimate guide to exploring this fascinating continent on a shoestring, with coverage of all the top sights, the clearest mapping of any guide and handy hints on how to save money. Discover the highlights of Europe, from the vibrant capitals of London, Paris and Rome to the great outdoors, whether skiing in the Alps, hiking in the Tatras or surfing on the Portuguese coast. Read about Europe's great attractions from the Sistine Chapel in Rome to the Aya Sofia in Istanbul. And with coverage of four new countries - Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia and Bosnia-Hercegovina, The Rough Guide to Europe on a Budget is more comprehensive than ever before. Find practical advice on travelling around Europe, whether by InterRail, Eurail or bus, and what to see and do in each country. With up-to-date descriptions of the best hostels and budget hotels in Europe, bars in Europe, cafés, cheap restaurants, and European shopping and festivals this guide is the budget-conscious traveller's must have item for European trips.
Melissa Joan Hart explained it all-from dating to bullies-in her groundbreaking role as Clarissa Darling on Clarissa Explains It All. She cast a spell on millions more viewers as Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. Now, in Melissa Explains It All, Melissa tells the frank and funny behind-the-scenes stories from her extraordinary past and her refreshingly normal present. Melissa has been entertaining audiences most of her life; when there were no girls named Melissa on her favorite show, the forceful four year old decided she'd get on television her way. From that moment on, Melissa has shown a singular determination and focus-whether it's for booking three national commercials so her dad would build her a tree house or for nailing the audition for Clarissa. From her first commercial to her current starring role in ABC Family's hit Melissa and Joey, Hart never let fame go to her head. She always had one foot in Hollywood and one foot in reality-and still does. Melissa makes us laugh along with her as she talks about: --guest appearances in shows like Saturday Night Live and The Equalizer --auditioning for Punky Brewster and Clarissa --her early Broadway days --wacky parties she's thrown and attended -- the actors who influenced her and whom she befriended, worked with and competed against --her experiences both on and off-set-with Sabrina's Salem the Cat and Elvis the Alligator on Clarissa --how she met the love of her life at the Kentucky Derby Melissa Joan Hart explains all that she's learned along the way-what's kept her grounded, normal and working when others have not been so fortunate-and that she's the approachable, hilarious girl-next-door her fans have always thought she'd be.
An important contribution to the burgeoning field of the ethics of recognition, this book examines the contradictions inherent in the very concept of intimacy. Working with a wide variety of philosophical and literary sources, it warns against measuring our relationships against ideal standards, since there is no consummate form of intimacy. After analyzing ten major ways that we aim to establish intimacy with one another, including gift-giving, touching, and fetishes, the book concludes that each fails on its own terms, since intimacy wants something that is impossible. The very concept of intimacy is a superlative one; it aims not just for closeness, but for a closeness beyond closeness. Nevertheless, far from a pessimistic diagnosis of the human condition, this is a meditation on how to live intimately in a world in which intimacy is impossible. Rather than contenting itself with a deconstructive approach, it proposes to treat intimacy dialectically. For all its contradictions, it shows intimacy is central to how we understand ourselves and our relations to others.
Release on 2004-05-07 | by Julie Barlow,Austin Macdonald
Author: Julie Barlow,Austin Macdonald
Pubpsher: For Dummies
Combining old-world charm with modern convenience and culture, French-Canada’s two great cities offer a European flair found nowhere else in North America. With the added convenience of being near the U.S., Montréal and Québec City make great long- or short-term destinations. This handy guide shows travelers how to get the most for their money with: Prices listed in both U.S. and Canadian dollars The basic French you need to get around Great day-trips from both Québec’s cities Tips on dealing with Québec’s extreme weather Special advice for gay and lesbian visitors, families, senior citizens, and travelers with disabilities Like every For Dummies travel guide, Montréal and Québec City For Dummies includes: Down-to-earth trip-planning advice What you shouldn’t miss — and what you can skip The best restaurants and hotels for every budget Lots of detailed maps