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Collect All 21! Memoirs of a Star Wars Geek - The First 30 Years By John Booth
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Opening that first Darth Vader figure and putting him in a Landspeeder. Imagining a snowy elementary school playground as the wastes of Hoth. Seeing Return of the Jedi on opening night. Moments like... More > these - and a galaxy more - make up three decades of "Memoirs of a Star Wars Geek." John takes the reader from a childhood packed with Star Wars guys (never "action figures") and Christmas wishes both fulfilled and unrealized, through the years when the trilogy lay dormant to the mainstream public's eye, and into an age of seeing George Lucas' universe as an adult while exploring it again as a parent. Gracefully laying bare both the good and not-so-good times, this collection, with its origins as a series on his web site, FieldsEdge.com, is a love letter from a self-aware geek written under the sometimes harsh light of hindsight, softened with understanding. It captures the innocence and wonder and infinite possibilities of what it meant to an eight-year-old to Collect All 21!< Less
Mark Twain: Life & Words By Ann Kannings
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This book is an anthology of 233 quotes from Mark Twain and 55 selected facts about Mark Twain. Mark Twain was born two weeks after Halley's Comet appeared in its closest approach to the... More > Earth. Mark Twain stood 5 feet 8 1/2 inches tall. Mark Twain belonged to the Freemasons. There are no direct heirs to Mark Twain surviving today. Mark Twain did not graduate elementary school. Mark Twain was a close friend of Dr. Nikola Tesla. “Writing is easy. All you have to do is cross out the wrong words.” “The human race has only one really effective weapon and that is laughter.” “The lack of money is the root of all evil.” “It's not the size of the dog in the fight; it's the size of the fight in the dog.” “A banker is a fellow who lends you his umbrella when the sun is shining, but wants it back the minute it begins to rain.” “For business reasons, I must preserve the outward signs of sanity.” “Go to heaven for the climate and hell for the company.”< Less
Bikini Twist By Baby June
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Dr. Elliot Chandler was a specialist who treated people suffering from psychosexual difficulties. He found it especially fascinating to council adults who engaged in infantilism. In an effort to... More > overcome their traumatic childhoods, five male clients from diverse backgrounds came to Chandler in search of answers. The men found consolation by wearing diapers and in role-playing toddlers. Chandler’s challenge lay in helping the men incorporate infantilism into their adult lives without doing further damage. He devised a plan in which the five men became members of a group that he labeled Bikini Twist. If you don’t know what bikini twist means, you’re not alone. Join Chandler’s patients: An architect, an elementary school teacher, a chef, a bank manager, and a tailor as they explore the answer to that question…and many more. Chandler taught them infantilism is a cure and not a disease. THE SUBJECT MATTER IS INTENDED FOR PERSONS 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER. < Less
Bikini Twist By Baby June
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Dr. Elliot Chandler was a specialist who treated people suffering from psychosexual difficulties. He found it especially fascinating to council adults who engaged in infantilism. In an effort to... More > overcome their traumatic childhoods, five male clients from diverse backgrounds came to Chandler in search of answers. The men found consolation by wearing diapers and in role-playing toddlers. Chandler’s challenge lay in helping the men incorporate infantilism into their adult lives without doing further damage. He devised a plan in which the five men became members of a group that he labeled Bikini Twist. If you don’t know what bikini twist means, you’re not alone. Join Chandler’s patients: An architect, an elementary school teacher, a chef, a bank manager, and a tailor as they explore the answer to that question…and many more. Chandler taught them infantilism is a cure and not a disease. THE SUBJECT MATTER IS INTENDED FOR PERSONS 18 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER.< Less
Lifetime of Moratoriums: A Novella By Rick Copper
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Senior citizens are being stripped of dignity and clothing, placed on public display in the suburb of Schaumburg, IL in median strips; recycling bins; elementary school playgrounds; dry cleaners; the... More > comically grouped single Saturday of a Civil War Reenactment, Model Airplane Dogfight and Frisbeer Homecraft Brew and Frolf Festival. Blame is laid on MrAld (emerald). He lives alone in his mother’s house with his pet Chinese turtle Mao. He works full-time as the main mall's shuttle bus driver, part-time as a counterperson at Maxi's Meat Shoppe. In his past he was caught wearing nothing but sneakers as he walked his turtle. MrAld is different, but brilliantly organized. He’s befriended by Dana, a deli worker, part-time crop duster and butcher's aide. She helps him expand his very limited horizons of work, home, turtle and Icky's Diner. Sheriff "Chili" White's doesn't believe MrAld is the perpetrator. Only MrAld's organizational psyche, via confidence from Dana, finds the guilty party.< Less
What Is a Tesseract? and Other Scientific Stuff By Rebecca Rose Orton
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This children's book explains the features of a tesseract, wheels within wheels, and a sphere within a sphere all within the context of dimensions. Explore the 0th-4th dimensions with their unique... More > points of view. Imagine what it would be like to exist in each dimension. What can you do? Where can you go? What shapes can exist? Ultimately, answering these questions can lead to a discovery of scientific concepts beyond the daily reality and above the mundane routines of life. This book is targeted for children in upper elementary grades who haven’t taken any geometry classes at school yet. The exposure to geometric concepts in this book is intended to help children get a head start on some vocabulary words and to be ready for geometry class when they do get registered for it. There is an intuitive element to the drawings where children might understand in a scaffolding manner how dimensions work. The illustrated suns are intended to draw out that intuition and show where directions go in each dimension.< Less
What Is a Tesseract? and Other Scientific Stuff By Rebecca Rose Orton
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This children's book explains the features of a tesseract, wheels within wheels, and a sphere within a sphere all within the context of dimensions. Explore the 0th-4th dimensions with their unique... More > points of view. Imagine what it would be like to exist in each dimension. What can you do? Where can you go? What shapes can exist? Ultimately, answering these questions can lead to a discovery of scientific concepts beyond the daily reality and above the mundane routines of life. This book is targeted for children in upper elementary grades who haven’t taken any geometry classes at school yet. The exposure to geometric concepts in this book is intended to help children get a head start on some vocabulary words and to be ready for geometry class when they do get registered for it. There is an intuitive element to the drawings where children might understand in a scaffolding manner how dimensions work. The illustrated suns are intended to draw out that intuition and show where directions go in each dimension.< Less
Wiggle Ears Undercover By May Swayzee
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Wiggle Ears Undercover is a fun and thoughtful novel for the science-fiction and fantasy-minded grade schooler. Minecraft lovers will especially enjoy its reference to pixellated animals and portals.... More > Parents and teachers will love the two quirky main characters, children who demonstrate grit, courage, respect for others, and the ability to overcome anxiety to connect with others and do the right thing. Readers will laugh and gasp and not want to put the book down until they've reached the end! (Flesch-Kincaid reading level: 4.9) Storyline: Whatever makes Jonas's brain super-sensitive gives him super-sensory powers. He can see the animals escaping from the Pixel World, and because of that, is one of only a few who can protect Brown Trees Elementary School. What happens next with Jonas, his friend Laurel, and Principal Miner is yours to discover. Or can you sense already how the story turns out?< Less
Mr. Topaz is Left in Charge By Tracey Jude, MT-BC
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A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS BOOK SUPPORT THE SGM JEFFREY A. MCLOCHLIN MEMORIAL FUND. Mr. Topaz lives with Sarge. When Sarge leaves, he says, “You’re in... More > charge.” Mr. Topaz soon discovers that “left in charge” means “left behind”. Trying to manage jealousy, sadness, loneliness and boredom, he treks to the garden to play. Here, he discovers a broken gourd that he must fix. When Sarge returns, Mr. Topaz learns that his action fulfilled a surprisingly greater purpose. Beginning with children in preK – grade 3, this lesson of discovering a greater self-purpose can be recalled in the late elementary and middle school years. This story is dedicated to the honor and memory of Sergeant Major Jeffrey A. McLochlin (1961 – 2006), who clearly knew his purpose in life and bravely answered the call to serve. Learn more about this connection in the preview, and find out more about SGM McLochlin at Memory-Of.com.< Less

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