Irreverant yet useful collected household tips from The Oldie magazine.
Tips for Meanies presents a host of alternative uses for common or garden household goods. Who knew you could use the humble teabag to make organic fertilizer or to retain moisture at the bottom of a plant pot? Or that shampoo is so good for removing stains and ideal for washing delicates?
With the wit and wisdom of Jane Thynne accompanied by full colour illustrations by veteran illustrator Martin Honeysett, this is the perfect gift book for the Meanie in all our lives.
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|Publisher:||Random House UK|
|Product dimensions:||4.40(w) x 5.90(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
JANE THYNNE wrote for The Sunday Times and The Daily Telegraph, but her single most exciting moment was getting a publishing contract for her first novel. In particular she has a passion for historical fiction and loves the research that involves. As well as writing books she now freelances as a journalist, writing regularly for numerous British magazines and newspapers, and also appears as a broadcaster on Radio 4. She is married to the writer Philip Kerr and they live with their three children and cat in London.