16 Nov '13, 8am

Our #BOTW goes to The #Monocle Guide to Better Living. (Not your everyday self-help book.)

Our #BOTW goes to The #Monocle Guide to Better Living. (Not your everyday self-help book.)

Not a usual self-help book that motivates your mental, The Monocle Guide to Better Living explores the world from a variety of topics such as design, diplomacy, culture and travel based on the archives of the popular global magazine Monocle . The chapters are structured in a way it explains the key questions we ask ourselves: “Where are the best cities to live?”, “How do you run and govern a city” or “How do you build a school?” and many more thought-provoking questions organized into a an original, informative, and entertaining collection of writing, reports, and recommendations all accompanied by beautiful photography, design, and illustration. Sourced at the lowest price including shipping S$62.48 from Book Depository .

Full article: http://www.greatdeals.com.sg/2013/11/16/book-of-the-week-...

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  1. 16 Nov '13, 11am

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