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Small Fish in a Small Pond By Elizaveta Ristrova
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Once again, we subject ourselves to Vik Alcazar’s existential schlepping—this time on a tropical island in the Pacific. Armed with a twisted sense of morality, a bizarre set of coping... More > skills, and a touch of vanity, Vik pokes into the island’s race relations, garment factories, and romances. Join Vik, the good judge, the Other Woman, the metrosexual Filipino dancers, and the Catholic for an uproarious look into a microcosm of our disturbed world.< Less
Squid Lord and the Small Fish By James Egan
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James Egan is a student at The Knox School in Year Five, 2013. James is the author of Squish Lord and the Small Fish. Little Ryan woke up to go to school and his parents were gone. Now Ryan and his... More > friend have to go on a quest to find them. WIll they find his parents?< Less
Big Fish, Little Fish By Steve Abel
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Only after setting out on eight abortive business journeys did entrepreneur Steve Abel have his “lightbulb moment” and develop his first really successful business idea. In a career that... More > started with this vicar’s son selling adult magazines behind the bike sheds, Steve tells how hard work and a series of Del Boy adventures led to the creation of P4D, his courier business harnessing the power of the internet and group buying. This honest, open book tells the story of Steve’s highs and lows as he constantly sought that ideal business, one that would deliver him genuine success. He explains how his suburban upbringing regularly challenged his entrepreneurial zeal. And he shares his tips on how to stay focused on success, when there are plenty of other diversions in your path. Tested in the real world, this book is full of advice about what it really takes to be successful in business.< Less
Big Fish, Little Fish By Andrea Goodof
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Big Fish Little Fish is about two fish, one who is to small and everyone makes fun of him, and one who is to big who everyone finds too scary. It is the story of how they become friends and how they... More > show everyone else they are the same.< Less
On Being A Public Servant In A Small Fish Bowl By Baron D. Glass
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Life in a small town is fraught with many challenges and obstacles folks in big cities would never imagine. Columbia, Louisiana politician, Baron D. Glass, philosophizes about life in a small, rural... More > town where the living is easy...most of the time. Author: Baron D. Glass< Less
Fishing For Wisdom By Dr. Stephen Zemanek
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Have you ever wished there was some tool you could use to fish for life’s answers? In “Fishing For Wisdom” Dr. Zemanek provides the reader with just such a tool. This amazingly... More > useful little book on Proverbs can be employed alone or in a group setting. This book takes the fisherman for wisdom to the sea of Proverbs and allows him/her pull out truths – both large and small – which will feed the souls.< Less
Fishing For Wisdom By Dr. Stephen Zemanek
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Have you ever wished there was some tool you could use to fish for life’s answers? In “Fishing For Wisdom” Dr. Zemanek provides the reader with just such a tool. This amazingly... More > useful little book on Proverbs can be employed alone or in a group setting. This book takes the fisherman for wisdom to the sea of Proverbs and allows him/her pull out truths – both large and small – which will feed the souls.< Less
Fish in a Wheelbarrow By Stella Royal
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This debut novella from Stella Rose Royal has been constructed from words placed in order to form sentences, resulting in a collection of paragraphs which form a sequential narrative. Titles and... More > chapter numbers are included. Fish in a Wheelbarrow is served with a bonus package of short works ABSOLUTELY FREE! for a small fee (integrated in price), including four escapades of Humboldt Brecht in which his friend Fatty Melhuish also appears. This book is ideal for anyone who enjoys reading this book. ["It's quite good" - Gingerblokeone]< Less
The Fish Catcher By David Carter
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It is London, a blitzed city. Up till now Mary Fiss has resisted being sent to the country but when the Mulryne's house opposite is bombed, slaughtering little Orla,Mary relents. 2 days later in the... More > company of her sister Daisy, and 500 strangers she departs Paddington station bound for Devon. They pitch up in a small country town along with an abandoned boy Billy Grimes, they wait to find their new Mum and Dad. Some of the kids are taken to the guesthouses, some to the Vicarage, or Smithy, but Billy and the Fissleborough sisters are driven into the hills to Wolfdale. Mary has always fancied herself as a private detective, and it is not long before she is looking into the affairs at Wolfdale. Why is the front bedroom always locked? Who is the smooth stranger Oliver Tresco who glides about the Hall? And where is the daughter, Cicely, who no one has seen? The more she discovers,the darker the picture appears. Is it a figment of Mary's over-active imagination, or could they be in danger at Wolfdale?< Less
The Fish Catcher By David Carter
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It is London, a blitzed city. Up till now Mary Fiss has resisted being sent to the country but when the Mulryne's house opposite is bombed, slaughtering little Orla,Mary relents. 2 days later in the... More > company of her sister Daisy, and 500 strangers she departs Paddington station bound for Devon. They pitch up in a small country town along with an abandoned boy Billy Grimes, they wait to find their new Mum and Dad. Some of the kids are taken to the guesthouses, some to the Vicarage, or Smithy, but Billy and the Fissleborough sisters are driven into the hills to Wolfdale. Mary has always fancied herself as a private detective, and it is not long before she is looking into the affairs at Wolfdale. Why is the front bedroom always locked? Who is the smooth stranger Oliver Tresco who glides about the Hall? And where is the daughter, Cicely, who no one has seen? The more she discovers,the darker the picture appears. Is it a figment of Mary's over-active imagination, or could they be in danger at Wolfdale?< Less