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Descendants of April Tkikami Hop By JD Weeks
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Some descendants of April Tkikami Hop. If you descend from Moseley, Vann, Barnes, or Bussey families from Pike and Montgomery counties in Alabama, your family may be of Shawnee descent and included... More > here.< Less
The Dolphin that Couldn't Do It By Marley Weeks
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Splashy the dolphin can't play with his friends because he can't leave the water. What will he do? This tale of friendship was written and illustrated by rising 3rd grader Marley Weeks.
Nervous for the Recital By Morgan Weeks
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Melissa is nervous for her dance recital. Can her friend, Gracie, help? Learn how to conquer your nerves in this tale written and illustrated by rising 3rd grader Morgan Weeks.
A Book of Some Type By Caitlin Weeks
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A collaborative book about type foundries from the 1800’s to the present. Texts written by the Fall 2013 ART 441 Graphic Communications class at the University of Southern Mississippi. Cover... More > and interior designed by Caitlin Weeks.< Less
A More Prosaic Light By Daniel Weeks
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The essays from the pen of Daniel Weeks in A More Prosaic Light range from social and political commentary to literary criticism and reminiscences about the literary and cultural scene on the Jersey... More > Shore. Weeks tackles topics as diverse as Hollywood movies, middle school jitters, Thanksgiving, the dying fishing industry in New Jersey, Edison's phonograph, heat waves, the great Englishtown Auction, Romantic poetry, and the elusive American Dream. Weeks’s literary essays also range widely from the poets of the British canon—Coleridge, Keats, and Yeats—to American moderns and contemporaries—Amiri Baraka, Charles Olson, Robert Pinsky, and Louise Glück. The essays and reviews here are interspersed with Weeks’s reminiscences of his encounters with various writers, which provide an entertaining inside view of the literary scene on the Jersey Shore during the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.< Less
Moments to Remember By Weeks Parker
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MOMENTS TO REMEMBER is a remarkable collection of short stories based upon true experiences of Fayetteville, NC historian, Weeks Parker, that will amaze and entertain you. Once you start reading... More > this book you will not want to put it down until you have read every story.< Less
For Now: New and Collected Poems, 1979-2017 By Daniel Weeks
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For Now: New and Collected Poems, 1979-2017 represents more than forty years of the work of the poet Daniel Weeks. Although many of the poems have been drawn from his seven published books and... More > chapbooks, others have previously appeared only in literary journals or have never before appeared in print. “My goal has always been to write poems that cannot be mistaken for prose,” Weeks has said, and readers have remarked on the lyricism, rhythmic flow, and musical prosody of his work as well as its vivid, hard-edged imagery and wide cultural and historical resonances.< Less
Tracy's Tits and other stories By AJ Weeks
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You’ll love this collection of stories about mad people A J Weeks has met in pubs over the years. They range from genius shopkeepers who breed pet wasps to a stroke victim trying to escape from... More > a nursing home. The stories, set against a bleak post-industrial drug-filled backdrop are dark with underlying humour. You will laugh out loud. Then you’ll feel guilty for laughing. “Really fresh & original writing. Like Frank Vickery, but a more contemporary, more gritty and more humorous version” JOHN EVANS< Less
Tracy's Tits and other stories By AJ Weeks
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You’ll love this collection of stories about mad people A J Weeks has met in pubs over the years. They range from genius shopkeepers who breed pet wasps to a stroke victim trying to escape from... More > a nursing home. The stories, set against a bleak post-industrial drug-filled backdrop are dark with underlying humour. You will laugh out loud. Then you’ll feel guilty for laughing. “Really fresh & original writing. Like Frank Vickery, but a more contemporary, more gritty and more humorous version” JOHN EVANS< Less
The Amazing Power of Positive Thinking By Weeks Parker
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The AMAZING POWER of POSITIVE THINKING is one of the most powerful and inspirational books you will ever read. It is filled with stories that could help anyone become a more dynamic and positive... More > person regardless of his or her circumstance. Weeks Parker is a former college and high school instructor who has devoted his life to helping people look up rather than down. His philosophy is “I can do things through Christ who gives me strength.” He has taught enough students for Fayetteville Technical Community College and other schools including The Army Education Center at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, to fill a football stadium. Many of his former students continue to email, telephone and postal mail for timely advice.< Less

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