Ups and Downs of Being in Your Forties

At Sixes and Sevens

They say life begins at 40, but then so do a lot of other things, like grey hair, a sagging paunch and the ambition to recapture your lost youth. Victor Hugo called 40 the 'old age of youth', and people in their 40s like to put up a fight before resigning themselves to the inevitable: dad-dancing for him, mum-dancing for her. But luckily 40 also happens to be the new 30, so forget that grunting sound you've started hearing every time you rise from your chair and make the most of life while you still can. The Ups and Downs of Being 40 features more than 120 cartoons drawn by Private Eye's Tony Husband and it's guaranteed to make you laugh out loud.

Dimensions

  • Depth : 0.00 cm
  • Height : 13.60 cm
  • Width : 10.10 cm

USPs

  • PAGINATION 128
  • FORMAT HB
  • Gift Book