Best Alyson Walsh books
Know Your Style: Mix It, Match It, Love It
Best price for this book: $ 9.45
Style Forever: The Grown-Up Guide to Looking Fabulous
Best price for this book: $ 7.45
In Style Forever, fashion journalist and blogger Alyson Walsh celebrates the world's most stylish women and finds out how they look so amazing. She shares the tricks picked up during her years working with glossy magazines, and offers expert advice on looking fabulous, no matter your age or budget - things like investing in a kick-ass jacket, a good haircut, and a pair of shoes you can damn-well walk in.
Featuring a list of the best-ever products from six beauty editors as well as the grown-up wardrobe essentials; fashion hotspots in New York and London; and profiles of style icons such as Maggie Gyllenhaal and Linda Rodin, this is the only fashion bible you will ever need. Beautifully illustrated throughout by Leo Greenfield, Style Forever is for any woman who refuses to be invisible.
Weight Watchers: Annual Recipes for Success 2006
Successess writer: Jan Walsh
Best price for this book: $ 2
KNOT Men's 2016 Rio Slim Fit Design T-Shirt White US Size XXL
Best price for this book: $ 0
The Case of the iPad: Mobile Literacies in Education
Best price for this book: $ 92.82
This book brings together an international group of literacy studies scholars who have investigated mobile literacies in a variety of educational settings. Approaching mobility from diverse theoretical perspectives, the book makes a significant contribution to how mobile literacies, and tablets in particular, are being conceptualised in literacy research. The book focuses on tablets, and particularly the iPad, as a prime example of mobile literacies, setting this within the broader context of literacy and mobility.
The book provides inspiration and direction for future research in mobile literacies, based upon 16 chapters that investigate the relationship between tablets and literacy in diverse ways. Together they address the complex and multiple forces associated with the distribution of the technologies themselves and the texts they mediate, and consider how apps, adults and children work together as iPads enter the mesh of practices and material arrangements that constitute the institutional setting.