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Kwirky Komix By Mini Komix
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Kwirky Komix cuts through curious comic stips from the Golden Age! Featuring Ally Sloper(the first ever comic character!), Tish and Tosh, Prof. Eureka, Inky, Lester and Pester, Munk, Rip Snortin,... More > Duffy, Bandy and Randy, Richard Richard, The Klaxion Kid, Little Augie, Bunty's Baby, Ten Gallon Allen, Mite and Mane, Dusty, Hill Billy, Daft Dan, Moko the Monk, Hack 'n Slack, Wee Sporty, Little Spunyarn, Col. Dippy, Super Pork, Buttons and Bose, Katsmeat, and The Comic Army! 100 Big Pages of vintage laughs!< Less
Dark Water: The New Orleans Protocols By Kamau Atem
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Book one of the Harlem Private Detective series. In the aftermath of Katrina and the government's failures in New Orleans, deep in the heart of Louisiana, a government top secret file which lays out... More > too much of an ugly protocol has fallen into what the shadow government believes is the wrong hands. Jane Craft, assistant to high ranking FEMA executives, has it and wants the American people to know why people were left in New Orleans to die. Jeff Wilson, street name Big Monk, a Harlem private detective with two big guns sent to body guard her and the file, "The New Orleans Protocols", is going to make that happen-shadowy figures and their guns and listening devises not withstanding. He doesn't mind how many bodies he has to step over.< Less
A Pocket Compass of Zen Teaching By Zen Master Seung Sahn
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I had the pleasure of attending the last full lecture series on the Original “Compass of Zen Teaching” Book in Los Angeles at Dharma Zen Center in the fall of 1994. I got to film the... More > entire six days on VHS-C equipment, and refer back to it often. Over the years, since the Big Book “Compass of Zen” by Shambhala came out the shorter and concise “Compass of Zen Teaching” became unavailable. I revised it and it is now still available. I did it because I have had many people over the years tell me that they carried that old version in their bags, or rolled it up in back pockets until the manuscript eventually disintegrated. So know we have this smaller version that can actually fit in a big pocket or in your monk bag, please enjoy the cliff note like summaries, and may that conciseness cause you to examine the teasers further with your own curiosity.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 4. Health Resorts - Spas, Spiritual Travel (Go Somewhere to Rejuvenate Body & Soul) By Tony Kelbrat
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When traveling, the less money you spend, the more real your experience is closer to the Earth than if you shelled out big bucks for hotels, fine dining and first class travel. There's a book out... More > there called Ultimate Journey: Retracing the Path of an Ancient Buddhist Monk Who Crossed Asia in Search of Enlightenment written by Richard Bernstein who retraced the Buddhist monk Hsuan Tsang's trip across Asia in the sixth century A.D.Try #910.2 at the library. For books about sacred sites in the United States, try #917.3049 or E158 at the library. Some prominent, wondrous sites in my opinion are as follows: Acropolis, Parthenon, ancient Greek ruins, Athens, Greece. Angkor Wat, Cambodia, ancient city. Any observatory where you can view the heavens at night unimpeded both with the naked eye and through a telescope. Assisi, town in Italy, every June, a pilgrimage for St. Francis of Assisi.< Less
We're All Men Here By John Flanagan
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Visit Bahrain, Baghdad and the restored Babylon, walk through the Friday Souk, see the Kuwait Towers up close, sit for a while in the gardens of the Grand Mosque and spend time in a dark and inviting... More > coffee house. Listen to Bloodshot Jim and the story of his loss, ride the night train with Major Adnan and his one thousand men and read an eyewitness account of cold-blooded murder. Meet Slippery Sam, The Arrow and The Platypus, Ned O'Brien and his bits of chalk, David the Waiter and Con the Monk, Big John Manzoni, Cassandra Franklin and Douglas Jay, Patrick 'The Omniscient One' Alexander and Nickel Ass and his colts. They're all here, the crafty and the open, the wise and silly, the pompous and the unassuming, the considerate and the careless, and John Flanagan's a born storyteller.< Less
We're All Men Here By John Flanagan
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Visit Bahrain, Baghdad and the restored Babylon, walk through the Friday Souk, see the Kuwait Towers up close, sit for a while in the gardens of the Grand Mosque and spend time in a dark and inviting... More > coffee house. Listen to Bloodshot Jim and the story of his loss, ride the night train with Major Adnan and his one thousand men and read an eyewitness account of cold-blooded murder. Meet Slippery Sam, The Arrow and The Platypus, Ned O'Brien and his bits of chalk, David the Waiter and Con the Monk, Big John Manzoni, Cassandra Franklin and Douglas Jay, Patrick 'The Omniscient One' Alexander and Nickel Ass and his colts. They're all here, the crafty and the open, the wise and silly, the pompous and the unassuming, the considerate and the careless, and John Flanagan's a born storyteller.< Less
We're All Men Here By John Flanagan
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Visit Bahrain, Baghdad and the restored Babylon, walk through the Friday Souk, see the Kuwait Towers up close, sit for a while in the gardens of the Grand Mosque and spend time in a dark and inviting... More > coffee house. Listen to Bloodshot Jim and the story of his loss, ride the night train with Major Adnan and his one thousand men and read an eyewitness account of cold-blooded murder. Meet Slippery Sam, The Arrow and The Platypus, Ned O'Brien and his bits of chalk, David the Waiter and Con the Monk, Big John Manzoni, Cassandra Franklin and Douglas Jay, Patrick 'The Omniscient One' Alexander and Nickel Ass and his colts. They're all here, the crafty and the open, the wise and silly, the pompous and the unassuming, the considerate and the careless, and John Flanagan's a born storyteller.< Less
Lost Souls of the Yeti By Brian Szpakowski
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Inez coleman is a seriously ill ten year old stuck in the hospital. She is lonely and bored. Her mother is busy getting ready for a big painting exhibition, her father has moved to France, and her... More > friends are too scared to visit her. One day Inez thinks she sees a monkey in the trees outside the hospital, an unlikely event in the centre of London. With the help of her new friends Ron, an orderly at the hospital, and Yeshe, a Buddhist Monk, Inez struggles through her illness to uncover the secret of the mysterious Yeti. As Inez and her friends uncover a strange conspiracy involving frozen monkeys and wandering souls, she gradually slips out of this world and becomes a powerful spirit in the next.< Less
Lost Souls of the Yeti By Brian Szpakowski
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Inez coleman is a seriously ill ten year old stuck in the hospital. She is lonely and bored. Her mother is busy getting ready for a big painting exhibition, her father has moved to France, and her... More > friends are too scared to visit her. One day Inez thinks she sees a monkey in the trees outside the hospital, an unlikely event in the centre of London. With the help of her new friends Ron, an orderly at the hospital, and Yeshe, a Buddhist Monk, Inez struggles through her illness to uncover the secret of the mysterious Yeti. As Inez and her friends uncover a strange conspiracy involving frozen monkeys and wandering souls, she gradually slips out of this world and becomes a powerful spirit in the next.< Less
Towerld Level 0017: Take Over the Creamy Pure Show! By Doctor Deicide
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The megalomaniac monk attacks! The girldians with mystic powers stand up to save the world from the impending peril ... Wait. Is there magic in Towerld, which is supposed to be real and... More > realistic? The theatrical play goes on, to entertain the dwellers of the barrier-free spiral slope (especially kids) and solidify the sense of communal unity. Hector_1304 (replacing the runaway actor), Wendy, and the Wild Cards work for the Barrier-free Big Top, and stumble upon the backstage politics. Menogna Jamine-Al Kafieldre is in the theater! Is she attempting to crash the play to disappoint the kids, or simply attacking the isolated target on stage? Hector_1304 improvises to counter the assault. First, he becomes the villain depicted in the storyline. Then he somehow deals with Menogna. Will the stage manage to go on, without letting the spectators be aware of the pandemonium? Will the farcical mixture of fiction and reality end safely? Beyond the curtain call, the new turns of events will emerge.< Less

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