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Life in Living Color 2015 Calendar By Life in Living Color
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2015 Life in Living Color Calendar featuring 12 amazing male models.
Tony Mellis 2015 By Life In Living Color
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Featuring male model, Tony Mellis in his first ever feature calendar.
COLORS By Sarah Puckett
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A short story about life, love and colors.
Color By Sarah Dahlberg
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This is a story about a girl named Annie who lived in the late 1800's. She learned early on that life was sometimes filled with many twists and turns; joy and pain. After many hardships, Annie... More > found her life could once again be filled with color!< Less
Colors By Emily Johnson, Emily Woodward
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This book was written for EFL children learning English. It is a fun little insight into a child's life using colors!
Colors By Vanesa Duong
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Nellie Mason has a condition where she can only see in black and white. She lives a sheltered life because her mother fears that she might get kidnapped again or ridiculed because of her condition.... More > When a boy passes her window in colors, her whole life changes.< Less
Colors By Vanesa Duong
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Nellie Mason has a rare condition where she can only see in black and white. However, one day when a boy passes by her window in color, her whole life begins to change.
In Color By Hugo Harris
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Benjamin Kennith is a retired lawyer who is tested by life through handling the death of his wife. On his path to discover help and consolation, he finds the compassion he needs in the most unlikely... More > of places.< Less
Colored By D.L. Hatton
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Smart, handsome, rich and young Gabriel thinks that the earth was made just for him. Physical exertions are limited to emptying the waste paper basket and shooting a basketball. An elite private... More > school has educated him in the finer things of life and he expects to go right to the top in everything that he does. He dreams of the N.B.A. or if worse comes to worse he will get a M.B.A. and work for his wealthy Grandfather and settle for being merely rich instead of filthy rich and famous. For no good reason that he can see his mother announces that she has obtained a degree in education and has secured a job teaching in a rural high school on the edge of the earth. He thinks he has died and gone to hell but he learns that there are several levels of hell below what he thought was the lowest of the low. His mother gets him a job working on a ranch where he is reduced to sitting in the weeds and dirt to eat his lunch, after all, how low can a person sink? He shouldn't have asked.< Less
Colored By D.L. Hatton
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Smart, handsome, rich and young Gabriel thinks that the earth was made just for him. Physical exertions are limited to emptying the waste paper basket and shooting a basketball. An elite private... More > school has educated him in the finer things of life and he expects to go right to the top in everything that he does. He dreams of the N.B.A. or if worse comes to worse he will get a M.B.A. and work for his wealthy Grandfather and settle for being merely rich instead of filthy rich and famous. For no good reason that he can see his mother announces that she has obtained a degree in education and has secured a job teaching in a rural high school on the edge of the earth. He thinks he has died and gone to hell but he learns that there are several levels of hell below what he thought was the lowest of the low. His mother gets him a job working on a ranch where he is reduced to sitting in the weeds and dirt to eat his lunch, after all, how low can a person sink? He shouldn't have asked.< Less