To-the-point and easy, complete with instructive images, Excel Basics in 30 Minutes by Ian Lamont is a very handy guide to get to know with Microsoft Excel. The book offers valuable tips and tricks for those with limited mastery on the software. For those who never used the Excel, it offers an excellent and solid foundation to master the software.
The magical fantasy series Howl’s Moving Castle ends brilliantly with the third and final novel House of Many Ways by Diana Wynne Jones. In this wonderful book readers will see more of the exceptional main characters of the first book: Howl the wizard, Sophie Pendragon, and Calcifer the fire demon. However, just like the second book, readers can enjoy this as a standalone novel, without having to read the 2 prequels first.
Fast-paced and bewildering, Castle in the Air by Diana Wynne Jones is the second novel in the How’s Moving Castle series. Although not directly connected with the story in its prequel, the book brings an enriching addition to the young adult, fantasy series. Even readers who have not read the first book can still get as much enjoyment from it as a standalone book.
Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones is a bestselling fantasy novel first published in 1986. The dazzling story and remarkable characters in the book has enchanted readers of all ages: children, young adult and even adult readers. It is the first volume in the series and it is followed by Castle in the Air.
Howl’s Moving Castle Series is an extraordinary young-adult fantasy series by Diana Wynne Jones. It is loved by readers and hailed by critics. The series gained wider recognition especially after Studio Ghibli produced an awesome film adaptation. The film adapted the first book in the series, Howl’s Moving Castle. The following sequels, Castle in the Air and House of Many Ways, have also established themselves in the modern fantasy genre.
Delivering a mind-boggling true story of a most wanted con man, Catch Me if You Can by Frank W Abagnale is an outrageous and uproarious semi-autobiography. Co-written by Stan Redding, the book chronicles Frank’s notorious “adventure” during his younger years when he conned numerous people and cashed $2.5 million worth of bad checks.