1. "Yada Yada Yada": The Little Guide to Seinfeld
The show that made the ordinary extraordinary. 22 years on from the show's divisive final episode, Seinfeld remains Master of it's Domain thanks to it's sharp dialogue, unforgettable characters and dedication to unpacking society's smallest details.
2. The Little Book of John Lennon: In His Own Words
From his days down in the dumps as a Liverpudlian scamp to his tenure in the world's greatest beat combo to his post-Beatles bed-ins and living for peace, love and understanding, The Little Book of John Lennon speaks the truth as Lennon himself lived it. Imagine a world with no John Lennon - it's easy if you try. But, why in the world would you want to? This is John Lennon at his best, and in his own words.
3. The Little Guide to Dolly Parton: It’s Hard to be a Diamond in a Rhinestone World
Yes, that's right, the most iconic and acclaimed female country singer in the history of music is so inventive and brilliant with her clever wisecracks and sage advice that popular culture has crowned her with an -ism after her name. No one else is as worthy.