Search Results: 'nice boy'

Search

×
×
×
×
135 results for "nice boy"
Age Verification Required
The Nice Aliens By Justin Speranzella
eBook (PDF): $1.00
(3 Ratings)
2 boys and 2 aliens try to keep from being bored.
The Nice Aliens By Justin Speranzella
Paperback: $9.50
Prints in 3-5 business days
(3 Ratings)
2 boys and 2 aliens try to keep from being bored.
Turned Out Nice Again By Deborah Tyler-Bennett
Paperback: $18.14
Prints in 3-5 business days
Deborah Tyler-Bennett’s collection of stories draws deeply on that tradition. Inspired by the music halls and variety, these stories chronicle the lives of a linked group of characters in the... More > East Midlands in the heyday of musical comedy. Alf and Shirl, Vi, Courtney and Bean (“the boys most likely to…”) Beryl, and the redoubtable Grandwem are all expertly drawn and brought to life in these pages, their trials and triumphs, tragedies and tribulations.< Less
SUGAR SPICE & ALL THINGS NICE By Mackenzie Moulton
Paperback: List Price: $13.27 $11.94 | You Save: 10%
Prints in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
The story is seen from a man's point of view, from boyhood to manhood. It starts with William Mackenzie who is 85 years old, and he is dying because he has cancer. In his long exciting life he was a... More > policeman, artist, musician and Author, as well as a sailor and diver. All his life right from the very start he loved the females and had many exciting encounters. As the morphine is pumped into his veins he starts to remember the very first day he discovered girls are a lot different to boys, not only in body but mind as well. This first book in the series takes you from his early childhood to age 19, William is determined that this will be his last book before he dies, but not for anyone else, for him alone, for this book will be written in his mind. He can see the paper and pen in his head and he has already started writing. Take an exclusive look into what he has to say and be amazed, shocked and excited.< Less
SUGAR SPICE & ALL THINGS NICE TWO By Mackenzie Moulton
Paperback: List Price: $17.41 $15.67 | You Save: 10%
Prints in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
The story is seen from a man's point of view, from boyhood to manhood. It starts with William Mackenzie who is 85 years old, and he is dying because he has cancer. In his long exciting life he was a... More > policeman, artist, musician and Author, as well as a sailor and diver. All his life right from the very start he loved the females and had many exciting encounters. As the morphine is pumped into his veins he starts to remember the very first day he discovered girls are a lot different to boys, not only in body but mind as well. This second book in the series takes you from age19, William is still determined that this will be his last book before he dies, and is hanging on to finish it, but it’s not for anyone else, for him alone, for this book will be written in his mind. He can see the paper and pen in his head and he has started writing again. Take an exclusive look into what he has to say and be amazed, shocked and excited with the continuing story.< Less
Baby Boy By Dr. Ross Gordon Cooper
Paperback: $21.38
Prints in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
This book is a nice, page-by-page account of the birth of a baby boy supported principally by photographs and cards given to the boy's parents. Other cards included were given during his subsequent... More > early birthdays. The book is a nicely illustrated colour, page-by-page account of the growth and development of a baby boy, supported by simple phrases and statements. It's a useful read for a new mother and her baby. Keeping one's baby cards is always important - it lead to the creation of this cute little book!< Less
The Ballad of Double Faced Boy By Albert Ashkenazi
Paperback: $6.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
The community I grew up in is a traditional, religious, tightly knit community. Everyone knows each other and everything is shared. Family names are sacred and it’s an obligation to follow in... More > your family’s footsteps, both religiously and socially. There is barely room to venture out. Ever since our grandparents left Syria and settled in New York, our community has never lost its tradition. We marry each other, work with each other and live side by side with each her. It’s a bubble of tradition and lifestyle. I never questioned my place in the world and always believed this was the life I was going to live. Just like my father and his father I was going to carry out our family name, continue the family business and help build our community in Brooklyn, NY. I was going to marry a nice Syrian Jewish girl and lead a nice Syrian Jewish life in the 20 block radios I call my world.< Less
16-The Rover Boys in the Air By Arthur M. Winfield
Paperback: $7.49
Prints in 3-5 business days
From the author… Dick, Tom and Sam are still "away" at college and are certainly more mature that in our earlier meetings with them. Indeed, Dick is thinking of getting married and... More > settling down, and with such a nice girl as Dora Stanhope, who could blame him? All of the boys are at college, finishing their education, and all are as wide awake as ever, and Tom is just as full of merriment. They have some strenuous times, and take a trip through the air that is a good deal out of the ordinary. They meet some of their old enemies, against whom they persevere, and prove that they are heroes in the best meaning of that much-abused term.< Less
Every Good Boy Deserves Fruit By Calvin Corvidian
Paperback: List Price: $10.99 $9.34 | You Save: 15%
Prints in 3-5 business days
This little gay “soap” is set in Brno, the capital of Moravia. The rich and the poor, students and professionals, locals and ex-pats, parents and children, the naive and the world-weary ... More > weave in and out of each other’s lives. They make love and war with each other as they vent their anger, frustrations and jealousies. And there is no shortage of love and affection either. Originally written for gay learners of English as a foreign language, each of the 25 short chapters begins with a list of words and definitions that might be new. For learners there is also online course of the same name. General readers are also welcome there to share language and ideas with learners. In any case, it's a nice little story for anyone who enjoys a bit of fruit.< Less