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Happy Little Accidents

Author : Bob Ross
ISBN : 076249106X
Genre : Humor
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Bob Ross, the soft-spoken artist painting happy clouds, mountains, and trees has captivated us for years with the magic that takes place on his canvas in twenty-six television minutes-all while dispensing little branches of wisdom. His style and encouraging words are a form of therapy for the weary, but with Bob it is always about more than painting. There is a hidden depth within his easy chatter, another layer to everything he says. When he talks about painting, he's using it as a metaphor for life! Happy Little Accidents: The Wit and Wisdom of Bob Ross opens with an introduction and brief biography of Ross, followed by a collection of Ross's greatest quotes and most majestic works of art. Relax. Unwind. Be inspired. "Just let your imagination go. You can create all kinds of beautiful effects, just that easy ..."
Category: Humor

Make Some Happy Little Accidents

Author : Sketching Drawing Painting G Publishing
ISBN : 1076694462
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This awesome Painter Sketchbook is perfect for those using pencils for sketching! This painting and drawing book makes the perfect gift for painter, artist and active art students. Get this great sketch pad for your painting and sketching hobby if you want your colors blend nicely into the paper. With this Painting Booklet you make your sketches and drawing look professional and everyone will like them. Whether you love calligraphy, hand lettering or just simple cartoon drawings this multi-purpose journal is perfect Information: 6x9 Painting & Sketchbook 120 dotgrid pages cream paper
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No Mistakes Just Happy Little Accidents Sketch Book Sketchbook Journal For All Ages 120 Pages 8 5x11

Author : Academy of Excellence Journals
ISBN : 1674733755
Genre :
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No Mistakes Just Happy Little Accidents Sketchbook - A sketchbook with a cover quote by the famous painter and artist. unleash your creativity to the next level with this large 8.5x11 inches sketchbook with 120 pages for all kinds of drawings and doodles!
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The Bob Ross Cookbook

Author : Robb Pearlman
ISBN : 9780762469123
Genre : Cooking
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Cook craveable comfort food favorites and find joy in your kitchen's happy little accidents with this one-of-a-kind cookbook for Bob Ross fans and aspiring chefs of all ages. Featuring comfort-food favorites inspired by Bob Ross's iconic words and scenic landscapes, this collection of recipes is as delightful and distinctive as the artist himself. The Bob Ross Cookbook: Happy Little Recipes for Family and Friends includes recipes and entertaining ideas based on the art and wisdom of Bob Ross, evoking the painter's signature wisdom and tone. Learn how to apply his laid back, meditative approach to delicious meals such as: Happy Little Roasted Chicken Curly-Topped Veggie Mac and Cheese Nothing-to-It Pot Roast Van Dyke Browned Meatballs Golden Sunset Shrimp Scampi Upstream Salmon Croquettes Brunch Palette Quiche Cabin-Roasted Vegetables And much more! Peppered with Bob's own art and quotes and featuring full-color food illustrations from a certified Bob Ross painting instructor, this cookbook features easy-to-follow recipes that include "Bravery Test" sidebars for when you want to take it up a notch. You know The Joy of Painting; now learn the joy of cooking with Bob Ross.
Category: Cooking

You Ll Laugh A Little You Ll Cry A Little

Author : Brandon Boswell
ISBN : 9781532087684
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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You'll Laugh a Little, You'll Cry a Little is a book that will at times tickle your funny bone and at other times will touch your heart.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Faraday S Cage

Author : C. Sean McGee
ISBN :
Genre : Fiction
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Two neuroscientists – Graham (45); an overweight insomniac with hemorrhoids, and Isaac (27); a naïve and neurotic romanticizer of LOVE – are about to embark on groundbreaking research into near death experiences and maybe even proof of God; if, of course, their personal lives don’t explode by then. All Graham really wants is to be some kind of hero to his children whereas Isaac is young and naïve, and hopelessly drunk on the idea of true love. The story follows the two scientists as their trial falls apart along with their personal lives. For Isaac, a string of strange and often hilarious sexual encounters will lead him towards the love of his life while Graham, on a quest to find courage, will find the only thing that ever really mattered – his family. Faraday’s Cage explores the idiosyncrasies of marriage, casual sex, political correctness, consciousness, identity, and what it means to be happy being average.
Category: Fiction

Vaticide

Author : Coty Clogston
ISBN : 9781728313900
Genre : Fiction
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A raging holy war carries on, consuming everything in its path. Kabol is drawn yet again into the crosshairs. Only this time, he’s fighting alongside a new ally—a faction living out of the underground, beasts wielding strange and foreign tech, ready to hold their own against the further encroaching armies of the Avon. Meanwhile, a secret team consisting of old friends and old foes searching for Kabol moves undetected. They need to find him before the enemy does.
Category: Fiction

Wilderness Watercolor Landscapes

Author : Kolbie Blume
ISBN : 9781645670971
Genre : Art
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Practice the Art of Watercolor with this Beginner’s Guide to Picturesque Mountains, Lakes, Sunrises and More From a striking Desert Sunset Silhouette to a majestic Icelandic Waterfall to an eye-catching Magical Snowy Forest, watercolor artist Kolbie Blume’s wilderness scenes are the perfect introduction to watercolor painting. Kolbie’s step-by-step instructions make it easy to paint stunning landscapes featuring all of the key elements of wilderness painting and teach you beginner-friendly techniques for colorful skies, mountains, trees, wildflowers, oceans, lakes, and more. Each chapter teaches progressively more advanced elements, allowing you to build upon your skills as you work through the projects. And the final chapter combines all of the elements in breathtaking scenes—like a Glassy Milky Way and an Aurora Glacier Lagoon—that you’ll be proud to hang on your wall or gift to a friend or family member. With all the tips, tricks, and techniques you need to master the basics of watercolor painting and instructions on how to paint every element of nature, this collection of wilderness landscapes is the go-to guide for both beginner painters and more experienced artists looking for new subjects to paint.
Category: Art

Bob Ross And Peapod The Squirrel

Author : Robb Pearlman
ISBN : 9780762467808
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Bob Ross paints a stunning home for his squirrel friend, Peapod, in this delightful nod to a painter icon. This is the sweet story of a painter (Bob Ross) who helps his squirrel friend, Peapod, find the perfect home to live in. Bob paints an actual Ross painting, "Meadow Lake," in this charming tale about helping friends and embracing the serenity of life. Bob, along with Peapod, go through the various steps and processes to painting, including praising those "happy little accidents" that happen along the way.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Charleyville Revisited

Author : C. A. Bourdon
ISBN : 9780595262335
Genre : Fiction
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Two sisters explore, in essay and fiction, the common experiences and frustrations of growing up in a small town, and the mystical worlds that provide an escape from the ordinary. Stroll through our haunted forests; learn exactly what seems so odd about a new neighbor; strive against repression and receive blessings; discover sanctuary in the most unlikely places; allow a bluesman to heal you with his music and a touch of his magical hands; find suggestions for a cure (we hope) for current societal ills. Above all, enjoy, and may every one of the "what ifs?" inspired by these pages be answered
Category: Fiction

Wonder Boys

Author : Michael Chabon
ISBN : 9780007386680
Genre : Fiction
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A deft parody of the American fame factory and a piercing portrait of young and old desire, WONDER BOYS is a modern classic from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of THE ADVENTURES OF KAVALIER & CLAY.
Category: Fiction

Happy Accidents

Author : Jane Lynch
ISBN : 9781401342753
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In the summer of 1974, a fourteen-year-old girl in Dolton, Illinois, had a dream. A dream to become an actress, like her idols Ron Howard and Vicki Lawrence. But it was a long way from the South Side of Chicago to Hollywood, and it didn't help that she'd recently dropped out of the school play, The Ugly Duckling. Or that the Hollywood casting directors she wrote to replied that "professional training was a requirement." But the funny thing is, it all came true. Through a series of happy accidents, Jane Lynch created an improbable--and hilarious--path to success. In those early years, despite her dreams, she was also consumed with anxiety, feeling out of place in both her body and her family. To deal with her worries about her sexuality, she escaped in positive ways--such as joining a high school chorus not unlike the one in Glee--but also found destructive outlets. She started drinking almost every night her freshman year of high school and developed a mean and judgmental streak that turned her into a real-life Sue Sylvester. Then, at thirty-one, she started to get her life together. She was finally able to embrace her sexuality, come out to her parents, and quit drinking for good. Soon after, a Frosted Flakes commercial and a chance meeting in a coffee shop led to a role in the Christopher Guest movie Best in Show, which helped her get cast in The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Similar coincidences and chance meetings led to roles in movies starring Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, and even Meryl Streep in 2009's Julie & Julia. Then, of course, came the two lucky accidents that truly changed her life. Getting lost in a hotel led to an introduction to her future wife, Lara. Then, a series she'd signed up for abruptly got canceled, making it possible for her to take the role of Sue Sylvester in Glee, which made her a megastar. Today, Jane Lynch has finally found the contentment she thought she'd never have. Part comic memoir and part inspirational narrative, this is a book equally for the rabid Glee fan and for anyone who needs a new perspective on life, love, and success. WITH A FOREWORD BY CAROL BURNETT
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Reel Conversations

Author : George Hickenlooper
ISBN : UOM:39015021986008
Genre : Performing Arts
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Category: Performing Arts

London Calling

Author :
ISBN : UOM:39015080136966
Genre : International broadcasting
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Category: International broadcasting

How The Great Comedy Writers Create Laughter

Author : Larry Wilde
ISBN : STANFORD:36105036647498
Genre : American wit and humor
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Probably what distinguishes man from other animals is his ability to laugh. Why does he laugh? That's easy. How do you make him laugh? That's not so easy. In fact, it's a near-impossible question to answer. It's the question which Larry Wilde, a writer and stand-up comic, took to the top laugh provokers in the nation. He visited them, switched on his tape recorder and let them talk. And what talk it is! In a relaxed manner we learn how the great comedy writers got started and how they stay on top. They're the geniuses who shape the one-liners for Bob Hope, who create the characters of "All in the Family," who dream up the foolery and fun of Guys and Dolls, or the topical newspaper column which punctures the pompous. How do the great comedy writers work their miracles? Goodman Ace says it's a matter of phrasing. One word out of place and the magic is lost. He says there's a rhythm that has to be present to make the material funny. And the others agree. No one really knows what makes a comedy writer. Many of them have had unhappy childhoods or have known poverty, but more important is an attitude toward life. Abe Burrows comments: "Humor is a way to keep from killing yourself." Art Buchwald feels that humor basically is hostility but sugar-coated so it is acceptable, so that one can make pungent comments through humor and not have rocks thrown at him. It's a matter sometimes of laughing at the way the world runs to keep from crying. The great comedy writers agree the best material is based on truth. The audience recognizes the false and won't respond. You can't hate your subject and be funny. Wilde asks probing questions on how a beginner can get started, what shapes a comic, whether there are any rules for writing humor, and how you know what has been written will make an audience laugh. He gets profound answers, amusing anecdotes, and fascinating inside information. Top professionals talk about constructing a situation for a television series, how stage shows are rewritten again and again on tryout runs, and the peculiar difficulties of writing for film. This is a rare chance to eavesdrop on the successful old pros. It's also a delight to sit back, open the book and enjoy!--Adapted from dust jacket.
Category: American wit and humor

Bomb

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ISBN : UCSD:31822030114805
Genre : Arts, Latin American
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Category: Arts, Latin American

Be A Peaceful Cloud And Other Life Lessons From Bob Ross

Author : Robb Pearlman
ISBN : 9780789338013
Genre : Art
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"Bob Ross spent every episode of The Joy of Painting teaching generations of viewers how to paint. But, perhaps more important, he also taught us how to live. His lessons about imagination, friendship, kindness, mistakes, and finding happiness are well received-- and necessary-- now as they were during each of his twenty-two minute televised episodes. Based on Bob Ross's famed techniques, anecdotes, and iconic images, Life Lessons from Bob Ross: Be a Peaceful Cloud is a calm, mindful guide to navigating your own personal landscape. Filled with his most famous quotes and illustrated by his original paintings, this book's meditative essays, including "Blank Canvas", "Happy Little Accidents," and "Bravery Tests," are stepping stones to thinking the way Bob Ross would: you are an artist, and your life is a beautiful work of art. "I knew you could do it," Bob would tell his televised audience at the end of a challenging painting. And he was right: you can"--Page 4 of cover.
Category: Art

Awake

Author : Steven Lee Beeber
ISBN : 1933368799
Genre : Health & Fitness
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An anthology of stories, poems, and essays for late-night readings celebrates sleeplessness, from humorist Steven Brykman's participation in a sleep study, to writer Steve Almond's discussion of Lincoln's nightmare analysis, to Jonathan Messinger's tale about a winged girl who dreams about falling. Original.
Category: Health & Fitness