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Smiles By Lakishi Johnson
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This book is for all the children around the world who love to smile. An interact book that every child will have fun with while learning about all the smiles that are in the world.
Smiles By Lakishi Johnson
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This book is for all the children around the world who love to smile. An interact book that every child will have fun with while learning about all the smiles that are in the world.
Smile! By Christine L. Coles
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The lighter side ... short stories and poetry to raise a smile and maybe even make you laugh out loud!
The Smile By Jeff Hirz
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A young man is haunted by the beauty of a smile.
Smile! By Joe Garratt
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Another fun book for little readers. This book has 8 fun reasons why people smile.
Smile! By Joe Garratt
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Another fun book for little readers. This book has 8 fun reasons why people smile.
The Smile By Simon Cleary
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In a post-truth age where anything is believable and the best way to survive is to contradict everything and believe in nothing, the everyday person can fail to find their place in it all, as every... More > living moment is documented, polished up and presented for consumption by the all-seeing gaze of our so-called “friends” where it is judged and rated, then left to fall away down the wall, existing only on a server in Colorado, and a few failing neurons sparking in the darkness. Throw a light on that darkness! Look at everything in your lives! Examine the everyday! In this collection, Simon Cleary, a pretentious writer who failed at being “deep” turns his hand to documenting the strangeness of being a human in this society, trying to get jobs, attend social events and get along with fellow man… sometimes with, to use the parlance of today, “sub-optimal results…”< Less
The Smile By Simon Cleary
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Simon Cleary lives and works in St. Albans, England. Previous works include a spoken word piece, "Flat of Angles" for Benedict Cumberbatch. In a post-truth age where anything is believable... More > and the best way to survive is to contradict everything and believe in nothing, the everyday person can fail to find their place in it all, as every living moment is documented, polished up and presented for consumption by the all-seeing gaze of our so called “friends” where it is judged and rated, then left to fall away down the wall, existing only on a server, and in a few failing neurons sparking in the darkness. Throw a light on that darkness! Look at everything in your lives! Examine the everyday! In this collection, Simon Cleary, who failed at being “deep” turns his hand to documenting the strangeness of being a human in this society, trying to get jobs, attend social events and get along with fellow man... sometimes with, to use the parlance of our business overlords, “sub-optimal results…”< Less
The Smile By Vanda M Denton
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She is a worthless worm whose fear-filled, painful, degrading and dehumanising life is, to her, only right and seemly, until the day she is stolen away from her home. Only then does Abrin's Wife... More > slowly come to realise the injustice of the misogynistic life she was born into. Ultimately, as a young mother she has one desire. One fight. And for that she discovers an inner strength she’d been unaware of owning.< Less
The Smile By Vanda M Denton
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Abrin's Wife knows no other life. Obedience to men, drudgery and severe punishments are, for the women of Kalvry's Fort, normal. Obsequiousness to husbands, fathers, brothers and sons, is... More > seemly. That is until the day she is kidnapped; snatched out of the centre of the fort, reeled up on a rope and flown away. From this time on she is known by the name her mother blessed her with: Faehan. Here in the City, she acquires skills forbidden to her in the fort, has privileges she’d never hoped for and gradually comes to understand the injustices suffered by generations of women in the farming communities. While her new friends are hoping she will help them attain their liberal aims she has only one desire. She must rescue her children from their brutal father.< Less