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PAT YOUR FEET CLAP YOUR HANDS By Kojo Kamau
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A collection of black and white photographs of musicians who have performed in Columbus, Ohio during the past fifty years. International and local musicians are documented.
Can I Pat Your Dog? By Eva Cadario
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Linda loves dogs...and she learns what to do so that dogs love her too. “Can I pat your dog?” is a picture book that teaches children the bare bones of safe behaviours around dogs. It... More > follows the adventures of Linda, a little girl who loves dogs, but approaches them in a way that tends to get her into trouble. She decides to do things differently, and discovers what to do so that dogs love her too. Children naturally exhibit certain characteristics and behaviours that may invite a dog to respond in a way that can endanger the child. Linda’s adventures help children to stay safe around dogs, and remind their parents of the important role they play in this. The book is suitable to be read to preschoolers and by early readers and primary school children, and simultaneously offers a guide to adults on how to model appropriate behaviours to their child. Each page is illustrated with charming hand drawn scenes.< Less
Twisting in The Hands of Time By Katharine Carter
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My name is Pat. I was born in Chicago Ilinois, to a scitzophrenic father and a dependant mother. I grew up with an older and a younger sister, on the fringe of gangs who were prolific in the city.... More > Being accused of mutilating my high school sweetheart and our house being surrounded by his brothers gangs, who showed guns, my parents moved us to Jasper Illinois. Married at sixteen and forced to have an abortion at sixteen, abused physically and mentally, life started to go downhill for me. I followed my husband when he enrolled in the Navy to California, and on to Italy, where the abuse got worse. I came back to Jasper Alabama with my two children, where drugs, murder, and abuse was considered normal. Divorce did not improve my status. My second marriage took me spiraling down into the drug infested world of strip joints, gangs and eventually prison. Redemption came at a price. This fast moving story is based on fact.< Less
All That Glisters and Other Stories By Pat Lynch
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Pat Lynch’s work, with its astute social consciousness and reporter’s sharp eye, tunes us in: to language with its revelations and betrayals, to subtexts, to nuance, to irony. Her... More > characters engage us emotionally; her stories peel away the layers with humor and great humanity. Lynch is funny the way that Lear’s fool is funny: she tells the truth. She is (as the teenage Dustin Blake would say in “Hand-Me-Downs”) a “hella good” writer. —Susan Kelly-DeWitt, author of The Fortunate Islands Pat Lynch’s work is a pleasure, especially if we define pleasure as delivering a world and a sensibility toward it that always rings true. Her most interesting characters are outsiders, people who find ways to live (and sometimes prevail) both inside and on the margins of society. She has a fine ear for their language, and a complicated sympathy for the situations she places them in. —Stephen Dunn, author of nineteen books of poetry and prose, including Different Hours, winner of the Pulitzer Prize< Less
All That Glisters and Other Stories By Pat Lynch
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Pat Lynch’s work, with its astute social consciousness and reporter’s sharp eye, tunes us in: to language with its revelations and betrayals, to subtexts, to nuance, to irony. Her... More > characters engage us emotionally; her stories peel away the layers with humor and great humanity. Lynch is funny the way that Lear’s fool is funny: she tells the truth. She is (as the teenage Dustin Blake would say in “Hand-Me-Downs”) a “hella good” writer. —Susan Kelly-DeWitt, author of The Fortunate Islands Pat Lynch’s work is a pleasure, especially if we define pleasure as delivering a world and a sensibility toward it that always rings true. Her most interesting characters are outsiders, people who find ways to live (and sometimes prevail) both inside and on the margins of society. She has a fine ear for their language, and a complicated sympathy for the situations she places them in. —Stephen Dunn, author of nineteen books of poetry and prose, including Different Hours, winner of the Pulitzer Prize< Less
Faith Harbour, Jb & Me By Pat Bryan
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The improbable exploits of two seniors in a small town, with too much time on their hands.
Faith Harbour, JB & Me By Pat Bryan
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The improbable exploits of two seniors in a small town, with too much time on their hands.
Faith Harbour, JB & Me By Pat Bryan
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The improbable exploits of two seniors in a small town, with too much time on their hands.
Jeremy. By Pat Springer
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The fictional yet nevertheless disturbing first hand account of two high school seniors who walk into a pep rally armed to the teeth.
Freaknic! By Pat Patterson
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A college computer guru develops a decryption program that breaks entry codes to secure websites, then stumbles upon a plot by urban terrorists to bomb Freaknic – the black college spring... More > celebration – into oblivion. When the “techie” turns up dead, the police treat it as just another drive-by shooting. But his girlfriend screamed, “No way, Hozay!” So with the help of a rag-tag bunch of fraternity brothers, she takes matters into her own hands. Set in the backdrop of the teeming Atlanta Metropolitan Area, Freaknic is a gripping, unsettling novel of suspense that will also titillate the sexual sensibilities.< Less

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