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Archibald Gilb and Elkin Le Rimbaulzz By Matthew Lewis and Oliver Neale
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Elkin Le Rimbaulzz. Archibald Gilb. Two of England's most beloved academics, artists, and wankers have been part of the cultural milieu for over fifty years. This book chronicles highlights and... More > excerpts from their written work, and also features academic studies using pretty much all the theories. Even the stupid ones.< Less
Aspen By Christy Elkins
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Aspen is a flower who desperately wants to be a tree. Once she surrenders her own desire for the sake of another, she learns that a little faith can go a long way.
Danny Boy's First Six Months By Sande Elkins
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The first six months in the life of our Missouri Fox Trotter colt, Travelers Sensational Flyby or, as we call him, Danny Boy as shown through the equine photography and words of Sande Elkins.
The Dusty Road By Christy Elkins
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A deeply personal collection of Christian poetry, hymns and prayers; highlighted by raw and coarse images.
The Dusty Road By Christy Elkins
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A deeply personal collection of Christian poetry, hymns and prayers; highlighted by raw and coarse images.
Willy Nilly Sorta Silly By Christy Elkins
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A book full of fun and imagination. A new generation of whimsy tales and silly rhymes. A creative journey to share with your children for years to come.
Willy Nilly Sorta Silly By Christy Elkins
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A book full of fun and imagination. A new generation of whimsy tales and silly rhymes. A creative journey to share with your children for years to come.
Unchanged By Christy Elkins
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Misti Cross is a privileged young woman who feels out of balance in her father’s corporate world. Her mother’s passing only strengthens these emotions and leads to a secret existence of... More > self-harm. Suddenly, everything in her life changes, morphing into a terrible nightmare much worse than anything she’d experienced before. A mutilating disease spreads rapidly across the world, changing most of mankind. Misti longs to find a solution before it’s too late. Her battle to unearth hope in a dying world drives her into the arms of someone she never expected, and in return she is forced to see her own short comings. Can Misti look beyond the limited view of her own eyes long enough to find love? Will she be able to discover a truth which offers healing, or will she simply see that change is inevitable? There will always be those who resist…< Less
Unchanged By Christy Elkins
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Misti Cross is a privileged young woman who feels out of balance in her father’s corporate world. Her mother’s passing only strengthens these emotions and leads to a secret existence of... More > self-harm. Suddenly, everything in her life changes, morphing into a terrible nightmare much worse than anything she’d experienced before. A mutilating disease spreads rapidly across the world, changing most of mankind. Misti longs to find a solution before it’s too late. Her battle to unearth hope in a dying world drives her into the arms of someone she never expected, and in return she is forced to see her own short comings. Can Misti look beyond the limited view of her own eyes long enough to find love? Will she be able to discover a truth which offers healing, or will she simply see that change is inevitable? There will always be those who resist…< Less
MY MORMON MISSION POEMS -a witty poem a week for 2 years By Russell Elkins
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I went on a mission for the Mormon church A different way of life for a boy to enter It wasn’t long after my 19th birthday When I spent 2 months in the training center Then I spent 22 months in... More > Guatemala Where I had to get used to the cultures Instead of hamburgers and eagles It was black beans and vultures On the back of one of the first envelopes Of a letter I sent home to be read I wrote the first of what would be many poems That came off the top of my head I didn't start it thinking I'd always do it But I ended up putting a poem in every letter I made sure to try to make each one funny As my wittiness and creativity got better GO ON! PREVIEW THE FIRST 10 PAGES!< Less