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The ABDL Bedtime Stories: The Tangled Fairy Tales By Zorro Daddy
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These are BedTime Stories for Adult Age Play Couples. This is the story of Lil Red. It’s also the story of Gretel & Petal. Wait a minute, it’s also the story of Lil Goldie and... More > Lottie. Okay. Hold on a minute … Let’s start at the beginning … Kaitlin is a recent college graduate, driven and motivated to succeed. But on this weekend, she is so sick with the flu that she has to call in sick to work. Taz is her boyfriend and her Daddy. And on this weekend, he will also be her nurse. In an effort to distract her from the boredom of sickness, Taz takes some common fairy tales and twists them around, then tangling them together and making one big long story to tell her. From adventurous to sweet to a bit sexual to fairytale-tastic, this collection is perfect for the ageplay couple who like to enjoy every bit of their dynamic together. These stories are perfect for the BedTime tuck-in, whether done in person or over the phone. This is adult material and therefore not intended for minors.< Less
Climbing With Father By David Clyde Walters
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This is a transcript of the personal climbing journal of Dr. James Wynn of Indianapolis, Indiana. It documents numerous mountain climbing adventures with his father, Dr. Frank B Wynn. Frank was also... More > a medical doctor and professor of medicine in the Medical Colleges of Indianapolis at the turn of the Twentieth Century. Frank spent his summers climbing mountains and was one of the first to ascend many of the peeks in Glacier and Waterton National Parks. James Wynn was his only child and these stories reveal the father and son bond shared by these two medical professionals on their summer holidays together. Frank Wynn died while climbing Mount Siyeh in Glacier National Park in 1922. James Wynn contracted tuberculosis and died in 1932, leaving his wife and only daughter, Barbara Wynn. David Clyde Walters met Barbara Wynn in Monterey , California in 2007 while doing doctoral research on a biography of Dr Frank B Wynn. This mountain climbing journal was found among Barbara’s records and papers.< Less
The Magic Woods Chronicles By Penny Sterling
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Every now and again, in ordinary life, magic changes everything. The Magic Woods is a tale that takes you into another world, full of talking animals, the power of friendship, a whole lot of magic,... More > and a ton of everyone’s favorite thing. FOOD! Everything begins when Candy becomes tired of her daily life. She lives in an old English bakery, desperately searching for something more. That’s when she accidentally enters an alternate world, becoming acquainted with champ; a friendly, brave creature…who talks. Join Candy and Champ as they embark on a mind-blowing, topsy-turvy adventure. If you thought the key to an alternate magical world didn’t exist – think again. The secret is here, as is information on how to find your very own unicorn and make your wildest dreams a reality. So buckle up and prepare for endless twists and turns. This page-turner will have you on the edge of your seat from the get-go to the very end. And most important of all – BRING YOUR FORK! You’ll be hungry just a few pages in.< Less
Never Say Can't By Tom Baker
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Orville E. Dickerhoof was born before the Wright brothers flew their first airplane and lived to see a man walk on the moon. His own adventures began when he bought a Curtiss Jenny biplane in 1922... More > and restored it to flying condition. He barnstormed around the midwest in a variety of airplanes, offering rides and participating in aerial circus acts. When he wasn't flying, he worked on the railroad. During his aviation years, he survived a number of mishaps and crashes, and became acquainted with some of the most famous fliers of aviation's Golden Age. In his 90s, at the end of a full life, and still retaining a sharp memory, Dickerhoof related his memoirs to Tom Baker, who wrote them down and added some historical context to create this book. Photographs and letters from Dickerhoof's scrapbook help to illuminate life in rural and small-town America during the time when great locomotives thundered across the prairies and the first airplanes took to the sky.< Less
Never Say Can't By Tom Baker
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Orville E. Dickerhoof was born before the Wright brothers flew their first airplane and lived to see a man walk on the moon. His own adventures began when he bought a Curtiss Jenny biplane in 1922... More > and restored it to flying condition. He barnstormed around the midwest in a variety of airplanes, offering rides and participating in aerial circus acts. When he wasn't flying, he worked on the railroad. During his aviation years, he survived a number of mishaps and crashes, and became acquainted with some of the most famous fliers of aviation's Golden Age. In his 90s, at the end of a full life, and still retaining a sharp memory, Dickerhoof related his memoirs to Tom Baker, who wrote them down and added some historical context to create this book. Photographs and letters from Dickerhoof's scrapbook help to illuminate life in rural and small-town America during the time when great locomotives thundered across the prairies and the first airplanes took to the sky.< Less
Never Say Can't By Tom Baker
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Orville E. Dickerhoof was born before the Wright brothers flew their first airplane and lived to see a man walk on the moon. His own adventures began when he bought a Curtiss Jenny biplane in 1922... More > and restored it to flying condition. He barnstormed around the midwest in a variety of airplanes, offering rides and participating in aerial circus acts. When he wasn't flying, he worked on the railroad. During his aviation years, he survived a number of mishaps and crashes, and became acquainted with some of the most famous fliers of aviation's Golden Age. In his 90s, at the end of a full life, and still retaining a sharp memory, Dickerhoof related his memoirs to Tom Baker, who wrote them down and added some historical context to create this book. Photographs and letters from Dickerhoof's scrapbook help to illuminate life in rural and small-town America during the time when great locomotives thundered across the prairies and the first airplanes took to the sky.< Less
The First Seventeen: Growing Up in Pennsylvania, 1924–1941 By John R. Burgoon Jr.
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John R. Burgoon Jr. recalls growing up in Depression-era Pennsylvania in this honest and heartfelt memoir. As an only child, he often felt like an intruder in his own home, and he struggled in... More > school. But once school let out—and even more so during summer breaks—he had the opportunity to pursue adventure. His passion of working hard was evident even as a youngster, and he spent the summer after tenth grade helping to build a state park as a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps. When he returned home from CCC, he’d matured so much that he was suddenly Mr. Popular, and was mentioned in several yearbook categories. In a conversational, no-nonsense tone, Burgoon provides a glimpse of what it was like being an all-American kid in the 1920s and 1930s. Even though times were tough, there were still comic book characters, toys, music, cars, and yes, even girls during The First Seventeen.< Less
The First Seventeen: Growing Up In Pennsylvania, 1924–1941 By John R. Burgoon Jr.
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John R. Burgoon Jr. recalls growing up in Depression-era Pennsylvania in this honest and heartfelt memoir. As an only child, he often felt like an intruder in his own home, and he struggled in... More > school. But once school let out—and even more so during summer breaks—he had the opportunity to pursue adventure. His passion of working hard was evident even as a youngster, and he spent the summer after tenth grade helping to build a state park as a member of the Civilian Conservation Corps. When he returned home from CCC, he’d matured so much that he was suddenly Mr. Popular, and was mentioned in several yearbook categories. In a conversational, no-nonsense tone, Burgoon provides a glimpse of what it was like being an all-American kid in the 1920s and 1930s. Even though times were tough, there were still comic book characters, toys, music, cars, and yes, even girls during The First Seventeen.< Less
Buffalo Bill: Last of the Great Scouts – The Biography and History of America’s Wild West Icon By Helen Cody Wetmore
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Helen Cody Wetmore's classic account of the life of Buffalo Bill is action-packed and informative, doing full justice to the legend that was William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody. As... More > Buffalo Bill's younger sister, Helen Cody Wetmore was in a great position to comment on her brother's adventures in the Old West, and his personality. Beginning as a contracted hunter, it was only when Cody's prowess in buffalo shooting was chronicled by New York based author and publisher Ned Buntline that he attained great fame. Although stories Buntline published were partly fabricated and mostly exaggerated, William Cody was stunned by the attention and fame was duly lavished upon him. After proving his abilities in a series of hunting contests, he launched his show: Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Cody made an enormously successful enterprise out of performing and re-enacting dramatic events and battles of the Western frontier. The show employed Native Americans and former cavalrymen, thrilling crowds in their thousands.< Less
Buffalo Bill: Last of the Great Scouts – The Biography and History of America’s Wild West Icon (Hardcover) By Helen Cody Wetmore
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Helen Cody Wetmore's classic account of the life of Buffalo Bill is action-packed and informative, doing full justice to the legend that was William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody. As... More > Buffalo Bill's younger sister, Helen Cody Wetmore was in a great position to comment on her brother's adventures in the Old West, and his personality. Beginning as a contracted hunter, it was only when Cody's prowess in buffalo shooting was chronicled by New York based author and publisher Ned Buntline that he attained great fame. Although stories Buntline published were partly fabricated and mostly exaggerated, William Cody was stunned by the attention and fame was duly lavished upon him. After proving his abilities in a series of hunting contests, he launched his show: Buffalo Bill's Wild West. Cody made an enormously successful enterprise out of performing and re-enacting dramatic events and battles of the Western frontier. The show employed Native Americans and former cavalrymen, thrilling crowds in their thousands.< Less

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