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Cat and Caboodle By P.D. Murray
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Cat and Caboodle is yet another collection of nonsense and whimsy from the zany pen of P.D. Murray. With poetry on such important subjects as electric eels, nose hair, gunslingers who wear rabbits on... More > their heads, a battle between a cockatoo and a caribou, and a marriage between a python and a boa, young lovers of words are sure to find something that tickles either their fancy or their funny bone.< Less
Early Punk: From Out of the Garage (1971-1975) By Chauncey Kobak
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Featuring The 101ers, The Adicts, Big Balls and the Great White Idiot, Blondie, The Boomtown Rats, Cherry Vanilla, Cock Sparrer, Death, DEVO, The Dictators, electric eels, The Heartbreakers, London... More > SS, Negative Trend, NEU!, New York Dolls, The Nuns, Patti Smith Group, Pere Ubu, Radio Birdman, Ramones, Richard Hell and the Voidoids, Rocket from the Tombs, The Runaways, The Saints, The Screamers, Sex Pistols, Sham 69, Slaughter & The Dogs, Sniper, The Stranglers, Suicide, The Suicide Commandos, Swell Maps, Talking Heads, Teenage Head, Television, Throbbing Gristle, Tiger Lily, The Undertones, and The Weirdos< Less
The Travels of Auguste Rabaut By Kathleen DeMarre
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Set in the Amazonian jungles of South America during the '30s and '40s, Auguste Rabaut, known for his discovery of the Neon Tetra fish, takes us on adventures and misadventures alike of his travels... More > throughout the Amazon River region. Being a fine gemstone cutter, he primarily embarked on the hunt for raw materials; emeralds and diamonds. He found, instead, an adventure full of potential for prosperous gains. Through his trips, he grew to understand the native indigenous tribes he encountered, their customs, rituals and superstitions. He compels us to understand and appreciate the difficulties of traveling, hunting and surviving in this vastly remote and isolated part of the world. Auguste Rabaut was courageous enough to take a blind leap into the forbidden, traveling where no European had ventured before, through unknown, impeded and unmapped territories that was not meant for the fainthearted. He explores both the motivations and emotions of living and thriving deep within the Amazonian jungle.< Less