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The Smallest Chick By Linda Steaveson
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This is a storybook for you to color. It's the story of a baby chicken who does not grow like the other chicks. She is teased and tormented and very sad. She just wants to be loved and accepted. ... More > What will she do?< Less
The Smallest Chick By Linda Steaveson
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This is a storybook for you to color. It's the story of a baby chicken who does not grow like the other chicks. She is teased and tormented and very sad. She just wants to be loved and accepted. ... More > What will she do?< Less
Jesus And The Fat Chick By Scott Portera
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JESUS AND THE FAT CHICK by Scott Howard
Jesus And The Fat Chick By Scott Portera
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JESUS AND THE FAT CHICK by Scott Howard
JUICY D PRESENTS: PEOPLE AND CHICKS DIG JUICY D DA LADIES MAN By demetrius klyce
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From the ideal of the wrestler,the Big Show's T- Shirt "Chicks Dig it BIG",D.Klyce use his nickname Juicy D to show that he can be a lover more than a fighter and want to tell poets and... More > poetry readers that we should love life to the fullest . So poetry readers or non- poetry readers; if you want to give love an extra boost well this is the love poetry book for you.< Less
Peanut Brittle By Catherine Binford
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Peanut Brittle explores the ups and downs of Natalie Grey, a lonely and somewhat outcast teenage girl who sees only in black and white due to extreme color blindness. Natalie’s journey is... More > one of self-exploration which leads her to the discovery that life is much more than just black and white, but many varying shades of color. Catherine Binford’s superb first novel digs deeply into the complications of teenage life while revealing a girl’s inner strength to understand it.< Less
Peanut Brittle By Catherine Binford
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Peanut Brittle explores the ups and downs of Natalie Grey, a lonely and somewhat outcast teenage girl who sees only in black and white due to extreme color blindness. Natalie’s journey is... More > one of self-exploration which leads her to the discovery that life is much more than just black and white, but many varying shades of color. Catherine Binford’s superb first novel digs deeply into the complications of teenage life while revealing a girl’s inner strength to understand it.< Less
Swiss Chocolate By Eva Johnson
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We could all use a little chocolate, couldn’t you? As Alex prepares for her trip to Switzerland, the boyfriend she always thought would carry her to the end unexpectedly dumps her. As she... More > tackles the trip on her own, with her over powering self-destructive mother coddling at her sleeve, Alex finally realizes that life was meant for more. After bathing herself in European couture and Swiss chocolate, Alex returns to her new life in Seattle, where she finds that becoming a bitch, might have been the best move she ever made. As she struggles between old flames, and new fires, Alex unexpectedly finds that what she always wanted had been there all along. Follow Alex as she transforms herself into the woman she always thought she could be, a woman no man could resist, in a place where anything can happen, and will.< Less
Bourbon Decay By Donna Jolly
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Like much of the Deep South in the early Sixties, Lisa Tingle is fighting for change. Change for herself, that is. The reluctant peacekeeper between her sister, parents, and grandparents in their... More > shabby house, she wants desperately to "Get Out" of Newitville, Mississippi, a town steeped in Civil War history, and move far away from the war at home. Lisa dreams of an urban life, filled with art, beauty and even a bit of sanity. She longs to put some distance between her and her parents, Sinatra-loving alcoholics trying to make a ring-a-ding life for themselves, and her grandparents, who blame alcohol on everything from communism to spider veins. Her older sister, Ava Gardner Tingle, believes the way to Get Out is to get married, then divorced, and repeat the process, again and again. When Lisa finally Gets Out, she realizes "you can't go home again," yet the family troubles won't stay behind. Instead, they phone-in long distance.< Less
Bourbon Decay By Donna Jolly
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Like much of the Deep South in the early Sixties, Lisa Tingle is fighting for change. Change for herself, that is. The reluctant peacekeeper between her sister, parents, and grandparents in their... More > shabby house, she wants desperately to "Get Out" of Newitville, Mississippi, a town steeped in Civil War history, and move far away from the war at home. Lisa dreams of an urban life, filled with art, beauty and even a bit of sanity. She longs to put some distance between her and her parents, Sinatra-loving alcoholics trying to make a ring-a-ding life for themselves, and her grandparents, who blame alcohol on everything from communism to spider veins. Her older sister, Ava Gardner Tingle, believes the way to Get Out is to get married, then divorced, and repeat the process, again and again. When Lisa finally Gets Out, she realizes "you can't go home again," yet the family troubles won't stay behind. Instead, they phone-in long distance.< Less