Barzipan Publishing offers an eclectic mix of titles – from the humorous to the thought-provoking to the downright provocative. These publications make perfect presents for yourself or friends and are available in print and ePub formats.
|White House Wit, Wisdom and Wisecracks
From Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s rousing wartime oratory to George W Bush’s crazy comments, from Theodore Roosevelt’s bullish campaign speeches to Bill Clinton’s sanguine sayings, it’s all here in White House Wit, Wisdom and Wisecracks – the Greatest Presidential Quotes.As Commanders-in-Chief, Presidents are in charge of the most powerful armed forces ever known, yet humour is often their best weapon.Harry S. Truman: “You want a friend in Washington? Get a dog.”
|Prince Philip: Wise Words and Golden Gaffes
By Phil Dampier & Ashley Walton, illustrations by Richard JolleyVeteran Fleet Street royal reporters Phil Dampier and Ashley Walton have spent years following the ‘Duke of Hazard’, writing about his well-known penchant for thoroughly non-pc remarks and hilarious one-liners. More than another collection of ‘gaffes’, this new book celebrates not only Prince Philip’s mischievous and acerbic sense of humour but also his thoughtful and philosophical side – a man of wit and wisdom indeed.Read the reviews in the Daily Mail, the Daily Express, the London Evening Standard and the Daily Star.
|Fibs, Facts and Farces: Tales from the Arab World
By John CarterThis hilarious collection of tales from Arabia is as much about Arab views of the West and the curious collection of individuals who have paraded across the deserts and oases as it is about Westerners’ opinions and experiences of their Arabian hosts. Whatever your nationality, Fibs, Facts and Farces will have you holding your sides.Read Matthew Parris’ comments on Fibs, Facts and Farces…
|Anywhere but Saudi Arabia!
Experiences of a Once Reluctant Expat
By Kathy CuddihyThe long-awaited account of the pioneering era of Saudi expatriate life is full of surprises and defies the stereotypes of the desert Kingdom. It is told with the wit and stylishness for which the author is well-known, and provides a heartfelt reminiscence for all who came to know, often endure and paradoxically love the Kingdom. It is an eye-opener for those with no comprehension of what life was, and is, like for an unconventional non-Muslim woman in a conservative Muslim population.