Boing Boing Betty is about a quiet old lady, who loves cats and birds. With a very nosy neighbor next door, who doesn't really know what to think of Ms. Boing Boing Betty. This story is very cute,It... More > was inspired by my 4 year old. I love this story I hope you will too. God Bless< Less
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BoFdate 2007 brings you the best of the angry political and cultural ramblings from batofury.co.uk. From Robert Mugabe's facebook page to Gordon Brown's potty mouth, BoFdate 2007 reminds you of all... More > the things from 2007 you want to forget.< Less
Bibbity Bo is a book length poem that explores the perceptions that we have of others and how it affects our view of our role in society. Also how our conceptions of others can and does affect our... More > own self perception. Additionally it illustrates how mistaken beliefs and viewpoints affects more than just the individual involved. Rather it has consequences for all of us, even if we as an individual are not directly involved. This book is 50 pages.< Less
Fit as a trout, furnished with a droll take on the sillier aspects of urban life and a clear-eyed view of just how lucky he is, Mike Keighley is the very model of the modern wildlife guide.... More >
Mike’s mate and the book’s co-author Tom Huth is an American journalist silver-tongued enough to entice top travel magazines to consistently pay his passage to hang around with characters like Mike. Tom calls his friend a “go-anywhere, do-anything backcountry guide” .
The whole human caravan seems to have arrived at Mike’s door at some time or another; a diverse retinue populate his campfire stories and now the written version of Mike’s adventures. From abstemious Japanese monks to inebriated Russian film crews, plucky septuagenarians, celebrity make-up artists, demented deckhands and false prophets, all have sought his company.
This is Mike's story - the TRUE tales of an outback bushman.< Less