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St Franklin's Street By Sophie Khalil
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Since Alice was born,strange things have been happening on St Franklin's Street,10 people have gone missing since and all of them were people she hated,but now Alice wants to find the problem of... More > these disappearances and none of them end well?! Can Alice find the cause of the problem or will she and residents on St Franklin's Street have to live in terror of the so called murderer???< Less
The Street Knowledge Family Guide of Drug Prevention By Franklin Gillette
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If you are a parent, it is important to know what your child is exposed to when you are not around. This can help you prepare them better for the people and situations they will see. It is not best... More > to ignore drugs so it will sneak up on you or your children. Instead, it is best to be fully aware of the dangers and its many names. This book will help you know and your child to know the same. This book could potentially save many lives by preventing drugs entering your lives by having knowledge over them.< Less
The Street Knowledge Family Guide of Drug Prevention “Healthier Living Series” By Franklin Gillette
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If you're a parent or young adult, you know there's a drug problem on this country. Whether it's alcohol, the most abused drug of all, or crack cocaine, one of the most psychologically addictive... More > drugs, the problem affects us all. This book is designed to help families deal with one of America's biggest problems - drug abuse. No technical jargon - No boring lecture Just the facts in street language. Learn how to identify the various drugs, find out how they're used, the signs of their use, the consequence of their use, and more! Whether it's alcohol, the most abused of all drugs, or crack, one of the most dangerous and psychologically addictive drugs, you'll get the inside information you and your child need.< Less
Benjamin Franklin Would have Defected to the British, had the Colonists lost the Revolutionary War By Aaron Laird
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Benjamin Franklin was born in Boston on January 17, 1706. He was the tenth son of soap maker, Josiah Franklin. Franklin's mother was Abiah Folger, the second wife of Josiah. In all, Josiah would... More > father 17 children. Josiah intended for Benjamin to enter into the clergy. However, Josiah could only afford to send his son to school for one year and clergymen needed years of schooling. But, as young Benjamin loved to read he had him apprenticed to his brother James, who was a printer. After helping James compose pamphlets and set type which was grueling work, 12-year-old Benjamin would sell their products in the streets. Learn More: Franklin Timeline< Less
Touched by Fire By Franklin Griffin
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It's no wonder that, after reading "Touched by Fire," country music legend, George Jones, wrote Frank Griffin to say: "I thoroughly enjoyed the book." It's an amazing American... More > story. In 1954 Johnnie Frank Griffin witnessed the violent death of Alabama's Attorney General-elect Albert Patterson. Six months later he told a grand jury about it. The next day he was stabbed. He died that night in a hospital built on profits from crime. Nine years later Johnnie Frank’s son, Frank Griffin, saw Lee Harvey Oswald fleeing down a Dallas street. Between these two events Frank grew up in one of the strangest decades in American history. His story touches that of Alabama Governor John Patterson. It collides with mob bosses and CIA operations. There’s even room for country music and barroom brawls. This book shows how Frank Griffin’s life is truly "Touched By Fire."< Less
Touched by Fire By Franklin Griffin
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It's no wonder that, after reading "Touched by Fire," country music legend, George Jones, wrote Frank Griffin to say: "I thoroughly enjoyed the book." It's an amazing American... More > story. In 1954 Johnnie Frank Griffin witnessed the violent death of Alabama's Attorney General-elect Albert Patterson. Six months later he told a grand jury about it. The next day he was stabbed. He died that night in a hospital built on profits from crime. Nine years later Johnnie Frank’s son, Frank Griffin, saw Lee Harvey Oswald fleeing down a Dallas street. Between these two events Frank grew up in one of the strangest decades in American history. His story touches that of Alabama Governor John Patterson. It collides with mob bosses and CIA operations. There’s even room for country music and barroom brawls. This book shows how Frank Griffin’s life is truly "Touched By Fire."< Less
Outpost - A Collection of Poems By Abbott Ikeler
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The settings of these poems are not 'poetic'--the suburbs, the commuter's routine, the sad pilgrimage from anticipation to regret, from the promise of life to the certainty of death, with all its... More > preliminary indignities. The themes and voice--disciplined by traditional craft, enriched by detachment, conscious of the immensities of time and space that frame our lives, diminishing and exalting them--are another matter. They contain gravity, delight, and mockery within them. One thinks of the Frost of "Desert Places," but in the context of our own time. There is a consolation in making music and a consolation in facing facts. OUTPOST, with many variations, provides both." --Franklin Burroughs< Less
BACK TO THE RAT By Larry Rochelle
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Back to the Rat by Larry Rochelle Tennis pro Palmer Morel needs help and his tennis club friend, Debra Darby, tells him to relax. What he needs is a change of scene. Darby urges Morel to get... More > therapy for his depression at “The Body Shop” in Carrboro and promises he will just love the creative way the therapists move from patient to patient, getting them to dance, write in their journals and sketch free hand impressions of life. Morel is unsure about this unorthodox approach but shows up one day at “The Body Shop” and is hooked. One therapist in particular appeals to him, and soon he and the petite blond Pris Price become friends.< Less
A to Z By Peter Tunney
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This book compliments the opening of Peter Tunney's newest exhibition in New York City. "Dictionary Daze: An Exploration of the Lexicon, A to Z" opens to the public on September 22nd,... More > 2011 at Peter Tunney's new exhibition space at 73 Franklin Street, directly across from his studio at 70 Franklin Street.< Less
Live Experiments By Deb Todd Wheeler
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Exhibition catalog from Live Experiments in Human Energy Exchange at Gallery at Green Street with Art in America review by Ann Wilson Lloyd and Big Red and Shiny review by Carolyn Franklin. Fall 2006... More > by Deb Todd Wheeler.< Less