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A Walk and a Drive By Thomas Miller
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Little Rosy's Travels. - A Walk and a Drive. By Sheldon
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Little Rosy's Travels.A WALK AND A DRIVE. By SHELDON AND COMPANY This book has 4 chapters
Trail Drive By Will Welton
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By the end of the Civil War jobs were a thing of luxury if you had one which paid money. The men returning from the war found their lives disrupted, families starving or dead. Then someone decided to... More > drive cattle north to Kansas City or Sedalia Missouri. There was where the markets were for a country which had a need for beef. This is the story of one man who took an old Osage Indian for his word of “All ways help others and they will help you." Teaming up, with a man he found walking and looking for a job, they put together a herd of longhorns and headed north to market. Over the next years they had formed the WH ranch and in doing so had ended up with nineteen orphans from around the area. At times he did not know if he was in the cattle business or raising children. However along the way everyone on the ranch became a big family and the ranch grew through hardships and good times along the way.< Less
I Don’t Text While Driving, Walking, or Standing Still By Roger Dale Loring
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Roger Dale Loring is a genuine baby boomer who finds his existence in the rapidly-changing world rather perplexing. In his latest book, he once again offers a collection of lighthearted essays about... More > his dilemmas from the perspective of his current “if-they-don’t-have-a-senior-discount, I’m-not-going-there” age. Realizing that the aging process evolved in a way that his adolescent mind never envisioned, Loring now finds that his views on life changes are disturbingly similar to the views of the old people of his youth, people he frequently characterized as old fogies. His essays highlight his humorous take on life that include opinions about issues such as cell phone upgrades; a man’s attention span while operating a television remote; seasonal purse shopping; the differing conversation patterns of men and women; the three hardest part-time jobs in America; the crazy world of politics where preaching to the choir dominates all campaigns; and, of course, the trauma of buying toothpaste.< Less
I Don’t Text While Driving, Walking, or Standing Still By Roger Dale Loring
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Roger Dale Loring is a genuine baby boomer who finds his existence in the rapidly-changing world rather perplexing. In his latest book, he once again offers a collection of lighthearted essays about... More > his dilemmas from the perspective of his current “if-they-don’t-have-a-senior-discount, I’m-not-going-there” age. Realizing that the aging process evolved in a way that his adolescent mind never envisioned, Loring now finds that his views on life changes are disturbingly similar to the views of the old people of his youth, people he frequently characterized as old fogies. His essays highlight his humorous take on life that include opinions about issues such as cell phone upgrades; a man’s attention span while operating a television remote; seasonal purse shopping; the differing conversation patterns of men and women; the three hardest part-time jobs in America; the crazy world of politics where preaching to the choir dominates all campaigns; and, of course, the trauma of buying toothpaste.< Less
I Don’t Text While Driving, Walking, or Standing Still By Roger Dale Loring
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Roger Dale Loring is a genuine baby boomer who finds his existence in the rapidly-changing world rather perplexing. In his latest book, he once again offers a collection of lighthearted essays about... More > his dilemmas from the perspective of his current “if-they-don’t-have-a-senior-discount, I’m-not-going-there” age. Realizing that the aging process evolved in a way that his adolescent mind never envisioned, Loring now finds that his views on life changes are disturbingly similar to the views of the old people of his youth, people he frequently characterized as old fogies. His essays highlight his humorous take on life that include opinions about issues such as cell phone upgrades; a man’s attention span while operating a television remote; seasonal purse shopping; the differing conversation patterns of men and women; the three hardest part-time jobs in America; the crazy world of politics where preaching to the choir dominates all campaigns; and, of course, the trauma of buying toothpaste.< Less
Phantom Drive 1869 By Douglas Christian Larsen
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Even four years after the end of the Civil War the country is uneasy with rumors of the darkly impossible. A four-year cattle drive from Pennsylvania to Colorado will end at what will one day be... More > known as "The Garden of the Gods." But can deathly secrets such as these remain buried? The first known appearance of the mysterious Government "man in black" is on hand to ensure that the grim, shambling things that had once been human stay buried, forever.< Less
Driving Your Genius By Kathy Carson
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Did you ever wonder what it would be like to have a child labeled “genius”? Would that “genius” guarantee your child’s introduction into the good life? Would their... More > chances for success increase with every IQ point? If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, you may be surprised to find out that high IQ may not guarantee a walk down “Easy Street.” Come with Kathy Carson as she relates her experiences of life with not one, but two remarkable children… “Traversing the educational minefield has left me bumped and bruised; my head’s lumpy on one side from being beaten against the wall, and my hair has turned prematurely gray from the fray. The ultimate reward to our children for years of dedication and hard work should be top-quality educations for top-quality students, not life with Quasimodo.” This story is true. Don’t let this happen to you!< Less
Driving Your Genius By Kathy Carson
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Did you ever wonder what it would be like to have a child labeled “genius”? Would that “genius” guarantee your child’s introduction into the good life? Would their... More > chances for success increase with every IQ point? If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, you may be surprised to find out that high IQ may not guarantee a walk down “Easy Street.” Come with Kathy Carson as she relates her experiences of life with not one, but two remarkable children… “Traversing the educational minefield has left me bumped and bruised; my head’s lumpy on one side from being beaten against the wall, and my hair has turned prematurely gray from the fray. The ultimate reward to our children for years of dedication and hard work should be top-quality educations for top-quality students, not life with Quasimodo.” This story is true. Don’t let this happen to you!< Less
Walking Targets By B. K. Eakman
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WALKING TARGETS: HOW OUR PSYCHOLOGIZED CLASSROOMS ARE PRODUCING A NATION OF SITTING DUCKS - An examination of how educators and provocateurs drive a wedge between parents and their... More > children.---Today’s schools promote success without achievement, ethics without religion, and character without morals. Clinical-sounding labels such as "emotionally handicapped" may make failure more palatable. They certainly make it more permanent...."This book hones in on the real problems with education today."~ The Honorable Karen S. Johnson, District 18, Arizona Senate..."No one has conducted more thorough research exposing the broad attack on our children than Bev." ~ The Honorable Samuel Rohrer Dist. 28, PA House of Representatives< Less