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Kwotes Frum Kindergarten By Cyndy LoMonaco
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A collection of actual funny quotes from kindergarten students, sure to make you laugh. The author says teaching kindergarten was like having free entertainment everyday. She agrees that kids... More > definitely say "the darndest things"! Be transported to the time when you were carefree, you trusted everyone and wanted everyone to be friends; when your biggest decision was what color you wanted to use for the flower you just drew. An easy read with lots of humor, smiles for every reader.< Less
The Art of Idiocy By Brian Newton Fuller
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These are the stories of Brian Newton Fuller's life in public schools, from kindergarten through high school. They are filled with misconstrued life lessons, idiotic decisions and absolutely zero... More > political correctness. In other words, these are real stories, with real people and real laughs.< Less
The Art of Idiocy By Brian Newton Fuller
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These are the stories of Brian Newton Fuller's life in public schools, from kindergarten through high school. They are filled with misconstrued life lessons, idiotic decisions and absolutely zero... More > political correctness. In other words, these are real stories, with real people and real laughs.< Less
Ripples By Rita Villa
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When Evan was born Janet and Henry Noonan felt like something wasn't quite right. They carefully checked his fingers and counted his toes, all there. Everything looked fine, yet something felt a bit... More > odd, even uncanny. How, what, when and why were constantly on the childs's lips. By the time Evan turned four he had become opinionated about things and loved expressing his thoughts to anyone who'd listen. He'd have conversations with dogs, cats, birds, and even ladybugs. They seemed to speak back, for he would talk, quietly listen, and then laugh or comment again. Could Janet and Henry ever understand the reason their son had such charisma? Would Nurse Anita Scofield come foward with the truth about the child's birth? How would the world, namely kindergarten, handle the presence of a Saint Francis want-to-be? Who is The Presence and why is he watching from afar? Will one innocent child and his simple acts of compassion save the human race from extinction?< Less