Oleander is an independent publisher which, for over forty years, has been publishing an eclectic, esoteric and, sometimes, eccentric range of titles in the heart of the university city of Cambridge, England.
Yanagi enquired: What did the apprentice say to you?
Ogawa answered: He said, “May I play?”
Yanagi said: And what did you reply?
Ogawa whispered: I asked him politely if he could be the post.
Hirohide Ogawa’s dicta and aphorisms on the art of basketball, edited by his pupil S. Yanagi, constitutes the first book on the relationship of basketball with ultimate reality yet published in the West.
Bi-curious Oliver finds that learning has never been more fun when he finds a couple of lads at college who share his taste for exploration and experiment... Take three young guys, healthy libidos, time place and opportunity - then add in a touch of the birch too. In an open letter back to his girl, he details their hedonistic frolics in very raunchy detail...3500 words
Chinglish is an affectionate look at the strange, charming, tortured and often nonsensical English that is affectionately known as Chinglish.
"Trushing name is the first consumers are the highest" as one instruction manual for a motorbike begins.
This book is a collection of these failed attempts of the Chinese to get their heads around the complexities of the English language.
Michelle Childerley is an experienced and intuitive animal communicator recently featured on Sky One’s popular series Pet Nation.This book represents the culmination of her years of experience and study and in it Michelle explains the step by step route to achieving the greater understanding and connection that you desire with your companion animals.
The influence of Western popular culture and the many foreign businessmen and tourists in Japan means that the English language has now become very common. Try as they might, though, they don't always get it quite right. This book is a collection of these failed attempts of the Japanese to get their heads around the complexities of English.
Meet Jacob the Jumpy Squirrel and his Fun-Loving Friends! Jacob is a very happy squirrel who loves to jump about and impress his friends. One day he gets challenged to a jumping race by Tufty the Leaping Hare... Find out what happens - who will win? And how? Stunning original illustrations by Fae Charlotte Dickerson run alongside a fun storyline from Jessica Blagbrough. Ages 2-6