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Monster Armchair Divina Melange Embroidery Stuhl
1.878,00 € *
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Monster Armchair Divina Melange Embroidery Stuhl – von Kopf bis Fuss einzigartig Nicht nur der Name fällt aus der Reihe, auch die Optik ist beim Monster Armchair Divina Melange Embroidery Stuhl alles andere als gewöhnlich. Woher er seinen Namen hat, wird beim Blick auf die Rückenlehne klar. Denn diese ziert eine Stickerei, die in gewisser Weise ein wenig an ein Monster erinnert. Gepolsterter Design Stuhl im niederländischen Design Die Designer Stühle der Monster-Kollektion bestechen durch eine extravagante Optik, die durch die gesteppte Polsterung im Melange-Look und die überdimensional breiten Beine entsteht. Marcel Wanders – der Designer der Monster Stühle Der Entwurf der Monster-Kollektion stammt von dem niederländischen Designer und Moooi-Mitbegründer Marcel Wanders.

Anbieter: Bruno Wickart CH
Stand: 19.09.2020
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Monster Armchair Original Black Embroidery Stuhl
1.878,00 € *
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Monster Armchair Original Black Embroidery Stuhl – aussergewöhnlich und extravagant Bei dem Monster Armchair Original Black Embroidery Stuhl aus dem Hause Moooi ist nichts gewöhnlich oder gar alltäglich. Die Besonderheit des Designer Stuhls wird schon beim ersten Blick auf die Rückenlehne ersichtlich. Passend zum Namen ziert die Rückenlehne eine Stickerei, die an eine monsterähnliche Gestalt erinnert. Auch die ausladenden und komplett gepolsterten Beine verleihen dem Monster Armchair Original Black Embroidery Stuhl seine einzigartige Optik. Hochwertige Designer Stühle für individuelle Einrichtungen Der Monster Armchair Original Black Embroidery Stuhl bringt die Individualität Ihres Zuhauses perfekt zur Geltung. Durch den Bezug aus schwarzem Kunstleder fehlt es dem Design Stuhl zudem nicht an Eleganz und Sie können Ihren Gästen zu jedem Anlass eine stilvolle Sitzgelegenheit anbieten. Die komfortable Polsterung der Rückenlehne und Sitzfläche sorgt zudem für den gewünschten Sitzkomfort. Weiteren Komfort bieten die ebenfalls gepolsterten Armlehnen. Marcel Wanders – keine Scheu vor aufwändigen Dekoren Die Entwürfe des niederländischen Designers und Moooi-Mitbegründer sprechen eine ganz eigene Sprache. Während Designergrössen wie Philippe Starck oder Piero Lissoni auf Minimalismus und Geradlinigkeit setzen, dürfen die Designs von Wanders ruhig auffallen und üppige Dekore aufweisen. Nicht immer sind die Entwürfe des Designers ernst gemeint, viele Werke sollten mit einem Augenzwinkern betrachtet werden.

Anbieter: Bruno Wickart CH
Stand: 19.09.2020
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Monster Armchair Divina Melange Embroidery Stuh...
1.878,00 € *
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Monster Armchair Divina Melange Embroidery Stuhl – von Kopf bis Fuss einzigartig Nicht nur der Name fällt aus der Reihe, auch die Optik ist beim Monster Armchair Divina Melange Embroidery Stuhl alles andere als gewöhnlich. Woher er seinen Namen hat, wird beim Blick auf die Rückenlehne klar. Denn diese ziert eine Stickerei, die in gewisser Weise ein wenig an ein Monster erinnert. Gepolsterter Design Stuhl im niederländischen Design Die Designer Stühle der Monster-Kollektion bestechen durch eine extravagante Optik, die durch die gesteppte Polsterung im Melange-Look und die überdimensional breiten Beine entsteht. Marcel Wanders – der Designer der Monster Stühle Der Entwurf der Monster-Kollektion stammt von dem niederländischen Designer und Moooi-Mitbegründer Marcel Wanders.

Anbieter: Bruno Wickart CH
Stand: 19.09.2020
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Monster Armchair Divina Melange Embroidery Stuh...
1.878,00 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Monster Armchair Divina Melange Embroidery Stuhl – von Kopf bis Fuss einzigartig Nicht nur der Name fällt aus der Reihe, auch die Optik ist beim Monster Armchair Divina Melange Embroidery Stuhl alles andere als gewöhnlich. Woher er seinen Namen hat, wird beim Blick auf die Rückenlehne klar. Denn diese ziert eine Stickerei, die in gewisser Weise ein wenig an ein Monster erinnert. Gepolsterter Design Stuhl im niederländischen Design Die Designer Stühle der Monster-Kollektion bestechen durch eine extravagante Optik, die durch die gesteppte Polsterung im Melange-Look und die überdimensional breiten Beine entsteht. Marcel Wanders – der Designer der Monster Stühle Der Entwurf der Monster-Kollektion stammt von dem niederländischen Designer und Moooi-Mitbegründer Marcel Wanders.

Anbieter: Bruno Wickart CH
Stand: 19.09.2020
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Monster Armchair Divina Melange Embroidery Stuh...
1.878,00 € *
ggf. zzgl. Versand

Monster Armchair Divina Melange Embroidery Stuhl – von Kopf bis Fuss einzigartig Nicht nur der Name fällt aus der Reihe, auch die Optik ist beim Monster Armchair Divina Melange Embroidery Stuhl alles andere als gewöhnlich. Woher er seinen Namen hat, wird beim Blick auf die Rückenlehne klar. Denn diese ziert eine Stickerei, die in gewisser Weise ein wenig an ein Monster erinnert. Gepolsterter Design Stuhl im niederländischen Design Die Designer Stühle der Monster-Kollektion bestechen durch eine extravagante Optik, die durch die gesteppte Polsterung im Melange-Look und die überdimensional breiten Beine entsteht. Marcel Wanders – der Designer der Monster Stühle Der Entwurf der Monster-Kollektion stammt von dem niederländischen Designer und Moooi-Mitbegründer Marcel Wanders.

Anbieter: Bruno Wickart CH
Stand: 19.09.2020
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Amazing Surfing Stories : Tales of Incredible W...
9,95 € *
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An eclectic mix of exciting stories every surfer will love. This eclectic mix has something for everyone, from classic tales of monster waves and epic battles to stories of when life among the breakers goes wrong. There are accounts of death and disaster, as well as bravery and triumph. The bizarre and the extreme rub shoulders with perfect breaks and beautiful beaches. Be thrilled by legendary surfers like Laird Hamilton and Shane Dorian as well as learning about local heroes who never made the headlines. Epic battles among pros like Rob Machado and Kelly Slater are recounted alongside stories of weird waves and secret surf spots. There are fascinating encounters with surfing’s true characters, men like Dave Rastovich and big wave world record holder Garrett McNamara; appearances by deadly sharks; stories of big wave surfing by night; and an account of how Agatha Christie’s famous disappearance for 11 days in December 1926 might just have been because she was on a surf trip. Travel from giants like California’s Maverick’s and Maui’s Jaws to tales of Dungeons, dolphins and the derring–do of a man like Colonel ‘Mad Jack’ Churchill. Turn the pages to flick between the left and rights of Britain, Europe, USA, Australia and many strange places in between. Each compelling tale has been chosen to stoke the fire of armchair surfers and hardcore wave–riders alike, and some are illustrated with colour photographs. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mark Meadows. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/013454/bk_adbl_013454_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 19.09.2020
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Alfred's Book of Monsters
19,90 CHF *
zzgl. 3,50 CHF Versand

A young boy who detests 'delightful things' shakes up teatime. Alfred prefers to spend his time in his study with a book of monsters, gruesome knickknacks perched on his desk and shelves. While Alfred detests such pleasant occupations as teatime, his aunt (the only other human in the book) is horrified by his ghoulish fancies, claiming that 'Polite young boys do not hate tea parties, and they certainly do not want monsters!' But Alfred does, and he issues invitations to tea to each of three monsters in his town. For once, Alfred's teatime is 'terrible,' just the way he likes it. And his aunt? The disheveled woman kicks back in a chair, her 'Whoa' echoing those Alfred utters when he reads his book. This is one pretty spooky picture book, with skulls, a jar of eyeballs, and talk of stolen souls. The Nixie's poison green eyes, the Black Shuck's single red one, and the Lantern Man's bright yellow ones add some brilliant color amid the art's otherwise muted tones, which are dominated by the sepia backdrop. The old-fashioned feel is emphasized by the subdued backgrounds and the setting: floral wallpaper, the candle and inkwell on Alfred's desk, and the duo's rather formal clothing. Streed offers thrills and chills, though Alfred's behavior may seem to straddle or even cross the line of naughtiness. A delightfully spooky book for sturdy young readers. — Kirkus Reviews Alfred’s aunt wants him to join her for tea each day so that the pair might have a delightful time. However, Alfred does not want to have a delightful time and instead prefers to have a terrible time poring over the pages of his monster book. One day, Alfred has an genius idea to be able to combine both teatime and monsters and sends out a few invitations. The result is amusing, though certainly not the usual teatime. Streed’s illustrations are dark, with sepia tones, giving the book an endearing old-timey and eerie feel. The narrative is broken up with close-up views of Alfred’s monster book, giving readers a firsthand perspective and a glimpse at some inventive monsters, including the soul-stealing Lantern Man. The monsters are creepy and might be scary to some children, but are not overly graphic in depiction making them slightly more accessible. For example, one looks like a black dog with glowing red eyes, which might not be as frightening as some images could be. The story itself is relatable and funny, as there are often adults who want children’s attention when they would much rather do something more personally enjoyable. VERDICT This is a wonderfully creative and silly story for readers who enjoy spooky and quirky tales and may be an early introduction to some future horror fans. —School Library Journal Alfred is happiest locked away in his study, where he can read his book of monsters. Care to take a peek? A turn of the page shows readers the spread Alfred, himself, is examining on Nixies. Sensitive youngsters should return to the shelves before this, perhaps for something charming like Jessie Sima’s Not Quite Narwhal (2017), because the slimy, black-ink creature staring from the page with acid-green eyes might not be their cup of tea. Speaking of which, Alfred finds few things more annoying than having his reading interrupted by his aunt calling him to tea, which is always—shudder—delightful. Over the next few days, Alfred gleefully reads about the beastly Black Shuck and the sinister Lantern Man and decides to jazz up his daily tea by inviting these three monsters to a tea party. Whether the event is a success is debatable—pan to Aunty slumped in an armchair—but it’s clear that Alfred had a terribly good time. And readers who go for mildly scary stories will, too. — Booklist Working in a minimalistic palette of browns and grays, Streed introduces a boy who, much to the chagrin of his proper, tea-loving aunt, loves reading about “terrible” monsters in his favorite book. As the book’s ragged, antiqued pages (and Alfred’s hands atop them) fill the spreads, readers encounter the monstrous characters: the cold-skinned, stream-dwelling Nixie; the

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 19.09.2020
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USA 101
23,90 CHF *
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Countless travel books display some aspect or region of America, but USA 101 stitches together a whole crazy quilt of iconic places, events, fairs, and festivals that celebrates our country in all its quirky diversity. Whoever you are, wherever you're going, whatever you like to do, it's here somewhere. And if you just stay home and travel armchair-style you'll still find this guide a vivid, often humorous, always fascinating blend of world-famous and distinctly local places and events that add up to a national portrait. Here are fivescore and one indelibly American destinations, from the Statue of Liberty to the Golden Gate Bridge, from Graceland to Disneyland; perennial sporting rituals like the Army-Navy football game, the Indy 500, the Soap Box Derby, and the Little League World Series; plus dozens more favorite institutions old and new, from Native American powwows to the Miss America Pageant and monster truck rallies. USA 101 features entertaining descriptive narratives—concise, lively sketches that capture each selection's history and special appeal—as well as detailed practical advice and essential information for visiting. Well seasoned by eclectic, irresistible sidebars, this guide is a panorama of treasured traditions, favorite pastimes, and beloved national possessions that will surprise, amuse, and inform even the most sophisticated traveler.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 19.09.2020
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Alfred's Book of Monsters
16,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

A young boy who detests 'delightful things' shakes up teatime. Alfred prefers to spend his time in his study with a book of monsters, gruesome knickknacks perched on his desk and shelves. While Alfred detests such pleasant occupations as teatime, his aunt (the only other human in the book) is horrified by his ghoulish fancies, claiming that 'Polite young boys do not hate tea parties, and they certainly do not want monsters!' But Alfred does, and he issues invitations to tea to each of three monsters in his town. For once, Alfred's teatime is 'terrible,' just the way he likes it. And his aunt? The disheveled woman kicks back in a chair, her 'Whoa' echoing those Alfred utters when he reads his book. This is one pretty spooky picture book, with skulls, a jar of eyeballs, and talk of stolen souls. The Nixie's poison green eyes, the Black Shuck's single red one, and the Lantern Man's bright yellow ones add some brilliant color amid the art's otherwise muted tones, which are dominated by the sepia backdrop. The old-fashioned feel is emphasized by the subdued backgrounds and the setting: floral wallpaper, the candle and inkwell on Alfred's desk, and the duo's rather formal clothing. Streed offers thrills and chills, though Alfred's behavior may seem to straddle or even cross the line of naughtiness. A delightfully spooky book for sturdy young readers. — Kirkus Reviews Alfred’s aunt wants him to join her for tea each day so that the pair might have a delightful time. However, Alfred does not want to have a delightful time and instead prefers to have a terrible time poring over the pages of his monster book. One day, Alfred has an genius idea to be able to combine both teatime and monsters and sends out a few invitations. The result is amusing, though certainly not the usual teatime. Streed’s illustrations are dark, with sepia tones, giving the book an endearing old-timey and eerie feel. The narrative is broken up with close-up views of Alfred’s monster book, giving readers a firsthand perspective and a glimpse at some inventive monsters, including the soul-stealing Lantern Man. The monsters are creepy and might be scary to some children, but are not overly graphic in depiction making them slightly more accessible. For example, one looks like a black dog with glowing red eyes, which might not be as frightening as some images could be. The story itself is relatable and funny, as there are often adults who want children’s attention when they would much rather do something more personally enjoyable. VERDICT This is a wonderfully creative and silly story for readers who enjoy spooky and quirky tales and may be an early introduction to some future horror fans. —School Library Journal Alfred is happiest locked away in his study, where he can read his book of monsters. Care to take a peek? A turn of the page shows readers the spread Alfred, himself, is examining on Nixies. Sensitive youngsters should return to the shelves before this, perhaps for something charming like Jessie Sima’s Not Quite Narwhal (2017), because the slimy, black-ink creature staring from the page with acid-green eyes might not be their cup of tea. Speaking of which, Alfred finds few things more annoying than having his reading interrupted by his aunt calling him to tea, which is always—shudder—delightful. Over the next few days, Alfred gleefully reads about the beastly Black Shuck and the sinister Lantern Man and decides to jazz up his daily tea by inviting these three monsters to a tea party. Whether the event is a success is debatable—pan to Aunty slumped in an armchair—but it’s clear that Alfred had a terribly good time. And readers who go for mildly scary stories will, too. — Booklist Working in a minimalistic palette of browns and grays, Streed introduces a boy who, much to the chagrin of his proper, tea-loving aunt, loves reading about “terrible” monsters in his favorite book. As the book’s ragged, antiqued pages (and Alfred’s hands atop them) fill the spreads, readers encounter the monstrous characters: the cold-skinned, stream-dwelling Nixie; the

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 19.09.2020
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