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Redface By HTB
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An Anthology of poems you've never heard of from a person you've never heard of... If you don't enjoy it you're probably not too bright. If this book were a movie character it would be Burt Reynolds... More > in Cannonball Run.< Less
Redface By HTB
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An Anthology of poems you've never heard of from a person you've never heard of... If you don't enjoy it you're probably not too bright. If this book were a movie character it would be Burt Reynolds... More > in Cannonball Run.< Less
JCAHO is Coming By Dun Tzu
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This little book captures the eye-popping concern, the uvula-revealing shouts, and the long, arduous meetings. Written in a kids’ book, rhyming style, JCAHO is Coming is a quick read. Your... More > JCAHO survey doesn’t have to be that bug-eyed, red-faced, caffeine-fest that it is. You can use the subtle, tasteful humor that JCAHO is Coming brings to: Enhance and strengthen your leadership position. Make your coworker’s day right at a moment that they are thinking about walking out. Unwind before a meeting. Laugh with your coworkers when the survey is over. Pull out JCAHO is Coming for a humorous break in the middle of a long meeting. Have your hospital CEO read JCAHO is Coming at the next hospital holiday party. GiggleMed.com’s mission is bring fun and humor back to a burned out and frustrated health care industry. Order now and do your part in fulfilling GiggleMed’s mission. (: medicine is fun again :)™< Less
Between Borders and Buses By Darren Assey
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What happens when you take a clumsy Australian of Anglo Indian descent, a backpack, stick him on a bus in Europe and close the door? A good question, the answer to which Darren was eager to discover.... More > After spending an eternity behind bars serving beer to red­­­-faced Poms, Darren is allowed to escape and decides to make the most of it. Relying on nothing but his wits and a rough plan, he leaves the UK for an eye-opening, sometimes annoying, but always memorable experience around Europe. From space cakes in Amsterdam, motor scooter mishaps in the Greek Islands, a severe lack of direction in Sicily and a stubborn tent in Portugal, Darren realises he needs more than his wits to survive Europe—he needs a bloody miracle! Informative enough to make you go “Oh really? I didn’t know that” and entertaining enough to make you sit up and giggle, Between Borders and Buses is guaranteed to ignite your desire to pack your bags, hop on the next flight out of the country and discover Europe for yourself.< Less
Between Borders and Buses By Darren Assey
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What happens when you take a clumsy Australian of Anglo Indian descent, a backpack, stick him on a bus in Europe and close the door? A good question, the answer to which Darren was eager to discover.... More > After spending an eternity behind bars serving beer to red­­­-faced Poms, Darren is allowed to escape and decides to make the most of it. Relying on nothing but his wits and a rough plan, he leaves the UK for an eye-opening, sometimes annoying, but always memorable experience around Europe. From space cakes in Amsterdam, motor scooter mishaps in the Greek Islands, a severe lack of direction in Sicily and a stubborn tent in Portugal, Darren realises he needs more than his wits to survive Europe—he needs a bloody miracle! Informative enough to make you go “Oh really? I didn’t know that” and entertaining enough to make you sit up and giggle, Between Borders and Buses is guaranteed to ignite your desire to pack your bags, hop on the next flight out of the country and discover Europe for yourself.< Less
Fifty-Two Stories For Girls By Various Authors
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"Here you are, miss," said the red-faced cabby, putting his head in at the cab window, "this is Miss Melford's school." It was a large, many windowed, white house on... More > Hertford Green, in sight of the famous spires of Silverbridge, and was for some six months to be both home and school to me, Gloria Dene. I was late in my arrival, and I was tired, for I had come all the way from Erlingham in the heart of Norfolk, and moreover, I was hungry, and just a little homesick, and already wanted to return to the old homestead and to Uncle Gervase and Aunt Ducie, who had taken the place of my parents. The cabman gave a loud rat-a-tat with the lion-headed knocker, and in due course a rosy-faced servant maid opened the door and ushered me in. Then she preceded me through a broad flagged hall, lit by crimson lamps. And as I went I heard a sweet and thrilling voice singing, "Home, home, sweet, sweet home, Be it ever so humble there's no place like home."< Less