- This lavishly illustrated monograph – published to accompany France’s first major retrospective since the photographer’s death in 2004 – traces Cartier-Bresson’s development as a photographer, activist, journalist and artist. In addition to some of his best-known photographs, here are many seldom seen or unpublished images, and some rarities in colour as well as black and white.
Cena: 219,45 zł
- The New York Times bestselling new novel about modern family lives -- from the author of Everything Is Illuminated and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close Jacob and Julia Bloch are about to be tested ...By Jacob’s grandfather, who won’t go quietly into a retirement home. By the family reunion, that everyone is dreading. By their son’s heroic attempts to get expelled. And by the sexting affair that...
Cena: 29,22 zł
- Mine is a family of readers and writers. Our house is filled with books. There are contemporary design books on the coffee table in the living room, legal books in my husband’s home office, and piles of children’s books for when my grandchildren visit. However, the side table next to my bed is piled with books about the Holocaust. Framed maps of shtetls line my office walls and pictures of relatives...
Cena: 56,05 zł
- Twilight Sparkle jumped from her bed. "It's the end of winter," she said. "Spring must come soon, and the ponies must help!" Ladybird Readers is a graded reading series of traditional tales, popular characters, modern stories, and non-fiction, written for young learners of English as a foreign or second language. Recommended for children aged 4+, the five levels of Readers and Activity Books follow...
Cena: 8,55 zł
- Brother and sister meet Elf Pak. He introduces them to people and events of bygone years that took place in the vicinity of the estate during the time of old England. This is the south of the island of Britain, on the English Channel. Many important events in British history took place here: the Romans marched here, here the Gauls aka “winged hats” tried to conquer Britain. Through the fates of ordinary...
- The tall Englishman, Pembroke, was scratching lines on the earth with his hunting knife, talking in a jerky tone that indicated suppressed excitement: „I tell you, Ormond, that peak to the west is the one we were to look for. Here, I’ve marked a map in the dirt. This mark here represents our camp, and this one is the peak. We’ve marched north far enough.
- This collection of short works. Despite the fact that these are short stories, the author never ceases to amaze with his approach to his characters. The scene from Brittany „Idiots” is perhaps his most significant work. Here, Conrad describes a family cursed by a mental illness in a French village, and how the embryo difficulties affect parents.
- A terrible story that can cause goose bumps after reading. The story of The Doom of London describes the disasters that befell Victorian London. One of the largest cities is shocked by life threatening circumstances. Here there are underground explosions, poisoning, aplague of diphtheria. London is on the verge of death.
- Fritz, a wandering man. He came to the west with the generally accepted goal of finding a wife. This adventure in search of a wife, it promises to be interesting. It would not be the story of Fred M. White, if he had not added mysticism here.
- In this story, the already familiar hero, Allan Quatermain, tries to explain the mysteries of Africa. Here Quatermain unearths and destroys the cult of the priest, exploiting the remnants of a dying civilization. Allan proves their fraud. The main character, as always, is rational in his actions.