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Grandma S Dead

Author : Amanda McCall
ISBN : 9780062043405
Genre : Humor
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Avoid the messy confrontations that accompany delivering bad news personally and let one of these cute baby animal postcards deliver the devastating message for you. Are you afraid to tell your girlfriend that her ass looks fat? Do you need to explain to your nephew that dreams don't come true? Why not let a cute, fuzzy bunny do it for you! We understand how hard it is to tell someone that you're sleeping with his wife, so let a photograph of a duckling sleeping on a teddy bear soften the blow. These perforated postcards answer all of your cowardly prayers—you'll finally be able to tell the truth without ever conquering your fear of confrontation. Let these adorable baby animals supply a silver lining to any bad situation and avoid, a long, tearful afternoon explaining why daddy's never coming home.
Category: Humor

Knock Knock Grandma S Dead

Author : Ma Bones
ISBN : 1948682052
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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From silly to somber, this collection of poems tells us how Grandma dies when she goes from planting the daisies to pushing them up. Author and Illustrator set out to tackle the taboo subject of death; to make a complicated topic approachable through the whimsical and the macabre. The word "Dead," free of euphemism, conveys finality.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Grandma Must Die

Author : Maureen L. Bonatch
ISBN : 9781509203994
Genre : Fiction
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Carman has worn out more towns and last names than impractical shoes protecting the secret of her magic blood. But when a friend goes missing, and another is infected with a deadly spell, Carman must choose. Expose her magic blood by curing the spell—or stop the infection from spreading by killing the source…the grandmother. Magic bounty hunter Dylan has scoured libraries of banned magic paraphernalia seeking a method to distinguish genuine witches from impersonators. He suspects unorthodox librarian Carman might hold this information tighter than the hair he’s dying to unleash from her bun. With a past as hidden as his sleeve of tattoos, Dylan discovers he’s been used to gain Carman’s trust and their passion risks more than mixing mortals and magic.
Category: Fiction

Grace Under Fire Through Rivers Of Mercy

Author : Grace
ISBN : 9781613462539
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 76.12 MB
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As a young girl, Grace had experienced more in her life than most children should at her age. In her distressing struggle through years filled with sexual, emotional, and physical abuse, she had to learn to overcome and cling fast to God in order to become free from the wickedness that had taken hold of her very existence. In her inspirational book, Grace takes you through every emotion imaginable as she unfolds her life story before your eyes—a life filled with heartbreaking torment and turmoil at every turn. How could she endure such a painful life? Who and what gave her the strength to go on living from day to day? In this powerful true story, follow Grace on her journey and discover how she developedGrace under Fire through Rivers of Mercy.
Category: Biography & Autobiography


Author : Diane C. Coates
ISBN : 9781481758642
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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DANNIE HINES, middle school art teacher, daughter and friend, is on a journey. Her mother is preparing to leave this world. Principal Tillman has taken all of her classes in exchange for a class of students no one else wants to teach from the Juvenile Detention Center. She receives help as she remembers events from her past. Events, which taught important lessons of life. There is also help coming from a very special relative, Riley, her uncle, now a spirit. She also has a best friend Margo. They are kindred souls placed on the planet to help each other. This book shows the reader a mother who asks God for just a little more time to help her daughter realize her gifts. It shows Flame, one of the students in Dannie's class, trying to find her place in the world when her family has evaporated. It shows Dannie's friend, Margo, struggling to heal her family from something she did. It shows Dannie, desperately trying to help everyone and make her own peace with her family and her mother. This book is about love, honesty, friendship, telepathy, out-of-body experiences, healing and more. It can help a lot of readers find a special kind of peace. This book is for everyone. If you have ever felt in the midst of personal tragedy you were alone, this book "Believe" could offer you some peace. It creatively uses concepts of, teleporting, out-of-body experience and telepathy to take the reader along on a spiritual journey of one warm southern family.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Uncle Walt

Author : Walt Mason
ISBN : 9783730981764
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Uncle Walt [WALT MASON] written by Walt Mason. Published by George Matthew Adams in 1910. Registered in Canada in accordance with the copyright law. Entered at Stationers' Hall. Walt Mason's Prose Rhymes are read daily by approximately ten million readers. A newspaper service sells these rhymes to two hundred newspapers with a combined daily circulation of nearly five million, and assuming that five people read each newspaper—which is the number agreed upon by publicity experts—it may be called a fair guess to say that two out of every five readers of newspapers read Mr. Mason's poems. So the ten million daily readers is a reasonably accurate estimate. No other American verse-maker has such a daily audience. Walt Mason is, therefore, the Poet Laureate of the American Democracy. He is the voice of the people. Put to a vote, Walt would be elected to the Laureate's job, if he got a vote for each reader. And, generally speaking, men would vote as they read. The reason Walt Mason has such a large number of readers is because he says what the average man is thinking so that the average man can understand it.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Death By Chocolate

Author : G. A. McKevett
ISBN : 9781617735806
Genre : Fiction
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Business has been a little slow at the Moonlight Magnolia Detective Agency, but full-figured P.I. Savannah Reid doesn't have time to drown her sorrows in a box of double-chocolate truffles. She's too busy watching the Gourmet Network--and drooling over the sinfully scrumptious confections that Lady Eleanor ("The Queen of Chocolate") whips up on-air. But someone isn't sweet on the Queen's charming chatter--and wants her to hang up her oh-so-quaint apron--for good. . . When Savannah hears that Lady Eleanor's been getting death threats, she jumps at the chance to be her round-the-clock bodyguard. It's a great chance to meet her idol in person--and maybe pick up some free chocolates, too! But her sweet dreams melt away the minute she meets Lady Eleanor. The woman is as rotten as last year's Valentine candy--and stingy with the chocolates to boot! After a few miserable days of her boss's put-downs and pettiness, Savannah finally understands why someone wants to put an end to Her Majesty's reign. But when the Queen of Chocolate bites into a chocolate and drops dead in the middle of her own live TV show, Savannah is horrified. After all, it was her job to protect Lady Eleanor--and now thousands of traumatized chocoholics know how horribly she failed. Talk about bad for business. If only to save her own reputation, Savannah has to figure out who's to blame for the Queen's untimely (and very ungraceful) demise. . .
Category: Fiction

Flights And Falls

Author : R.M. Greenaway
ISBN : 9781459741515
Genre : Fiction
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While Constable Dave Leith investigates past incidents along the stretch of highway to zero in on the faceless prankster, his unlikely partner on the case, Cal Dion, begins to suspect the team is on the wrong track.
Category: Fiction

Some Phantom No Time Flat

Author : Stephen Beachy
ISBN : 9781891241925
Genre : Fiction
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A pair of novellas, lyrical, haunting, and bleak, that offer an unsparing yet emotionally rich vision of contemporary America. In Some Phantom an unnamed woman arrives in a strange city, fleeing a violent relationship. She begins to explore the city and its inhabitants and takes a job teaching disturbed children, but finds her own mental stability becoming more and more precarious. A marriage of The Turn of the Screw and Carnival of Souls, Some Phantom poses questions about the line between memory and madness, between fantasy and abuse. These questions are further elaborated in No Time Flat, which follows Wade, a boy living a somewhat isolated existence with his elderly parents on the American plains, as he makes his way through a childhood marked by playground shootings and mysterious strangers. Wade then becomes a wanderer himself, inhabiting a sparse landscape of fleeting connections, lost children, and unformulated crimes.
Category: Fiction

Wild With Child

Author : Jennifer Bové
ISBN : 9781932361971
Genre : Travel
File Size : 44.21 MB
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Wild with Child is a unique collection of true stories by parents who boldly head out into the wilderness with kids in tow (or in the lead, as the case may be). These stories run the gamut of adventure: winter camping, climbing, spelunking, field research, skiing, llama trekking, fishing, hunting, and searching for pirate treasure with children of all ages. Readers should bundle up before they strike out into the Rocky Mountains with Mark Jenkins, whose idea of quality time with the kids is camping in a snow cave. Leslie Leyland-Fields shares deep gratitude as her brood safely migrates to an Alaskan island by bush plane. Maleesha Speer confides her personal evolution as she awakens to the wonder of her unborn child in bear country. Whether just beginning the course of wild parenting or looking back at the trail they've taken, these writers aren't willing to accept Disneyland as the final frontier. Even the most civilized among them insist that their children grow up feeling grass between their toes and sun on their skin. It’s a healthy heritage, giving kids a steady set of bearings, making them strong, and helping them rise to challenges.
Category: Travel