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Be creative (Manga Life)

Sonia Leong, John Middleton, Tim Wright, Rob Bevan

Publisher: Infinite Ideas

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Be Creative' marries Manga with tried and tested expert ideas in a stunning mixture of art and advice that takes self-improvement to a new level and is guaranteed to win a new generation of readers. 'Be Creative' is packed with information in 52 small but perfectly formed chapters, each with their own unique graphic identity, with manga drawings enhancing and illustrating the ideas featured. This exciting collaboration with Sweatdrop Studios is the first of its kind in the self-help genre and is set to make waves as brilliant ideas meet inspired manga in a creative explosion of the very best kind.

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