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Naughty Games For Grown Ups

Author : Jenny Thomson
ISBN : 9781783722679
Genre : Humor
File Size : 25.21 MB
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Snap on your suspenders, whip out the ice cream and delve into this book for some great ideas to spice up your sex life. From Randy Raffles to Blind Man in the Buff; Truth or Bare to The Great Knicker Chase, you’ll never want to play board games again...
Category: Humor

The Little Book Of Adult Games

Author : Sadie Cayman
ISBN : 9781787834811
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 87.71 MB
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No matter how much of a sexpert you may be, things in the bedroom can always benefit from a little extra spice. This collection of titillating treats, from frisky foreplay teasers to downright dirty duvet dalliances, has something for every sexual occasion, and should get you hot under the collar and ready for some stripped-down bedroom action. So get your sexiest underwear on and prepare to take it off not long after, ’cause it’s time to play!
Category: Psychology

Newtown Naughty Boy

Author : Richard Blackshire
ISBN : 9781326289683
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 34.58 MB
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A mix of social history and the funny, wild adventures of a boy growing up in the new town of Hemel Hempstead through the post-war 1950s to the disco era of the 1970s: anecdotes about how things were then. Discover what our schooling was like then, how he played freely in the open fields, who the odd numbers were, and why he had an obsession with science fiction and airguns. These are the Salad days of the Newtown Naughty Boy.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Naughty Dots

Author : Bruce Sterling
ISBN : 0806988576
Genre : Games
File Size : 70.21 MB
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It’s time for some adult fun, and these sexy little puzzles are definitely for grownups! Just connect the dots and you’ll get the picture. There are ones for beginners, ones for every room in the house—even for those charming rustic locations with their natural wonders (Here’s how to see if the earth really moves!). Do them in the car, on the beach, in front of the TV, and of course, the bedroom. Grab your partner—and a pencil—and enjoy the inspiration!
Category: Games

Primary Teaching Assistants Curriculum In Context

Author : Carrie Cable
ISBN : 9781136608223
Genre : Education
File Size : 55.97 MB
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Teaching assistants are uniquely placed to support children's involvement with learning through the curriculum. This book explores those issues that are central to that process. Specifically it examines: strategies for supporting learning and assessment in English, maths and science inclusive and imaginative practices in all areas of learning home and community contexts for learning working practices which support professional development. This book is written primarily for learning support sta.
Category: Education

The Secrets Of Grown Ups

Author : Vera Caspary
ISBN : 9781504029025
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 22.35 MB
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Vera Caspary, the celebrated author of Laura, tells her own story in this captivating autobiography. With a career that spanned from the 1920s through 1970s, one that produced over twenty novels, in addition to her many credits for film and theater, Caspary centered her life around a passion for writing. From her early experiences at an advertisement agency—where she developed a correspondence school and invented its “famed” instructor—to the struggles of being gray-listed in the McCarthy Era, Caspary constantly found a way to turn her creative needs into viable work. Caspary recalls the rest of a full life, too, including her flirtation with communism, travels across Europe, and a marriage. Caspary’s skillful writing makes her incredible depictions of people, and the times in which they lived, jump off the page.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Whimsical Willies

Author : Nawteefun
ISBN : 1548230065
Genre :
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Whimsical Willies: The Adults-Only Funny & Naughty Cock Coloring Book is filled with (soon to be) colorful cocks, dazzling dicks, and a plethora of pulchritudinous penises! Text pages with cock-themed dirty jokes appear between the coloring pages of this book to provide both some added humor and description of the images, as well as to provide a bleed-through buffer for those using coloring pens. There are 30 different large 8.5" X 11" (because size DOES matter!) naughty coloring pages in this book . Thumbnail images of all 30 pictures can be seen on the "Look Inside" or other preview feature where available. You'll find that this book for grown-ups provides a wide variety in theme and design complexity, allowing for adult coloring enjoyment for beginners and experts alike. A mixture of both white and black background coloring images are included. While some may purchase this book simply as a humorous and slightly dirty gag gift or adult party activity (birthday parties, bridal showers, bachelorette/hen parties, etc.), it is intended to provide plenty of fun and entertainment for serious colorists as well. Get your copies (be generous with your love and get extras for your friends!) of Whimsical Willies: The Adults-Only Funny & Naughty Cock Coloring Book today!
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Not My Child

Author : Patricia Crowley
ISBN : 0380712768
Genre : Child sexual abuse
File Size : 59.20 MB
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Category: Child sexual abuse

Shakespeare And Child S Play

Author : Carol Chillington Rutter
ISBN : 9781134216697
Genre : Drama
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Shakespeare wrote more than fifty parts for children, amounting to the first comprehensive portrait of childhood in the English theatre. Focusing mostly on boys, he put sons against fathers, servants against masters, innocence against experience, testing the notion of masculinity, manners, morals, and the limits of patriarchal power. He explored the nature of relationships and ideas about parenting in terms of nature and nurture, permissiveness and discipline, innocence and evil. He wrote about education, adolescent rebellion, delinquency, fostering, and child-killing, as well as the idea of the redemptive child who ‘cures’ diseased adult imaginations. ‘Childness’ – the essential nature of being a child – remains a vital critical issue for us today. In Shakespeare and Child’s-Play Carol Rutter shows how recent performances on stage and film have used the range of Shakespeare’s insights in order to re-examine and re-think these issues in terms of today’s society and culture.
Category: Drama