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Go Eat Worms Goosebumps 21

Author : R. L. Stine
ISBN : 9780545910408
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Discovering the creatures of his basement worm farm in unlikely and unwanted places, like his bed, his toothbrush, and his spaghetti, worm-obsessed Todd finds himself grossed out by the very things with which he used to torture his sister.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Goosebumps Book 21

Author : R. L. Stine
ISBN : OCLC:1089500168
Genre : Brothers and sisters
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Discovering the creatures of his basement worm farm in unlikely and unwanted places, like his bed, his toothbrush, and his spaghetti, worm-obsessed Todd finds himself grossed out by the very things with which he used to torture his sister.
Category: Brothers and sisters

Go Eat Worms

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ISBN : OCLC:1035309496
Genre : Children's stories
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Category: Children's stories

Consuming The Inedible

Author : Jeremy M. MacClancy
ISBN : 9781845456849
Genre : Medical
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Everyday, millions of people eat earth, clay, nasal mucus, and similar substances. Yet food practices like these are strikingly understudied in a sustained, interdisciplinary manner. This book aims to correct this neglect. Contributors, utilizing anthropological, nutritional, biochemical, psychological and health-related perspectives, examine in a rigorously comparative manner the consumption of foods conventionally regarded as inedible by most Westerners. This book is both timely and significant because nutritionists and health care professionals are seldom aware of anthropological information on these food practices, and vice versa. Ranging across diversity of disciplines Consuming the Inedible surveys scientific and local views about the consequences - biological, mineral, social or spiritual - of these food practices, and probes to what extent we can generalize about them.
Category: Medical

Slimetime

Author : Steven Puchalski
ISBN : 1900486210
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 21.76 MB
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Utilising in-depth reviews, cast and plot details, Slimetime wallows in those films which the world has deemed it best to forget - everything from cheesy no-budget exploitation to the embarrassing efforts of Major Studios. Many of these films have never seen a major release, some were big hits, and others have simply vanished. To compliment the wealth of reviews on sci-fi, schlock, flower power and puppet people films are detailed essays on specific sleaze genres such as Biker, Blaxploitation and Drug movies. Fully updated and revised with new reviews and new illustrations.
Category: Performing Arts

Ellen

Author : Susan Kaye Tate
ISBN : 9781598868029
Genre : Religion
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In "A New Dream to Follow," Ellen abandons her quiet, pleasant but meaningless life and sets out on a life of adventure and purpose as God begins to reveal His plan for her, directing her steps along a path she wouldn't have imagined in her wildest dreams.
Category: Religion

Dragonfly

Author : Brian Knight
ISBN : 9781930997387
Genre : Fiction
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Douglas Clegg (You Come When I Call You & The Hour Before Dark) says: "Brian Knight's writing shines with a dark brilliance. Dragonfly is a chilling collection of terror." A collection of thirteen horror stories by Brian Knight, a fresh new voice in horror. Poignant, compelling, darkly humorous, this eclectic menagerie of horror stories offers something for everyone.
Category: Fiction

Speak Gently

Author : Judy Naumburg
ISBN : 9781450216098
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Speak Gently is the story of a young girl from a wealthy New York family, growing up on a dairy farm in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Her seemingly idyllic childhood shatters when her parents separate, and she and her brothers are kidnapped by their father, and then taken to a town in New Mexico called Santa Fe. The ensuing war between her parents creates deep wounds within the family. As tensions increase, she is shuffled off to a boarding school for children with special needs, the Anderson School, in Staatsburg, New York. Here she is forced to keep afloat in an environment where she feels she doesn't belong. Balancing humor and heartbreak, this moving memoir recounts a unique family history from the eyes of a teenage girl trying to come to terms with her life. A story about the traumatic effects of divorce and kidnapping, it highlights the human spirit to survive.
Category: Biography & Autobiography