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Chubby Fish By Stevenson Hsiung
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It is a funny book. This book is talking about the fish get over fished. To told people not to over fish.
Chubby Fish By Stevenson Hsiung
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It is a funny book. This book is talking about the fish get over fished. To told people not to over fish.
There are no fish here By Dharmachari Lalitaratna
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Talks given by Dharmachari Lalitaratna on Essential Buddhism. With his easy accessible Wisdom and Humor he leads us right into the heart of Buddhism. Talks given at Southhampton University
Dancing With Fishes By Steve Baney
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Inside this hilarious book of poetry, you'll meet a talking nose, several silly monsters, a group of aliens called the Nurts, wild animals, and more! Enjoy the imagination of Steve Baney through... More > rhythm, rhyme, and illustration.< Less
Dancing With Fishes By Steve Baney
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Inside this hilarious book of poetry, you'll meet a talking nose, several silly monsters, a group of aliens called the Nurts, wild animals, and more! Enjoy the imagination of Steve Baney through... More > rhythm, rhyme, and illustration.< Less
Brook the Fish By J Monkeys
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Brook is probably a lot like you. He goes to school. He plays with his friends. And sometimes, he gets into trouble. The only difference is, Brook is a fish. Dive in to Brook's school and read... More > his story. Then talk with a parent about what you could do if you ever found yourself in the same trouble. Brook's stories are written especially for first graders to read on their own. The story has about 300 words, most of which follow English grammar rules, making it easier for beginning readers to sound them out. Many words in the story were specifically chosen because they have common first grade consonant blend sounds, reinforcing what the kids are learning in school. Most of the sentences use a simple structure, but there are a few compound sentences to mix things up. And the story ends with a what-would-you-do type of question for the reader to discuss with her own family. I hope your reader enjoys it as much as my first grader did.< Less
Quiet Talks on Service By S. D. Gordon
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"Quiet Talks on Service" is the third volume as part of a series that looks at the elements of the Christian life in the way of service, power, prayer, and living. Gordon explores the need... More > for spiritual discipline in the Christian walk. Gordon, who served as the assistant secretary of the YMCA in Philadelphia for two years, believed it is necessary to live what the average Christian believes.< Less
Quiet Talks on Service By S. D. Gordon
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"Quiet Talks on Service" is the third volume as part of a series that looks at the elements of the Christian life in the way of service, power, prayer, and living. Gordon explores the need... More > for spiritual discipline in the Christian walk. Gordon, who served as the assistant secretary of the YMCA in Philadelphia for two years, believed it is necessary to live what the average Christian believes.< Less
The Alien Who Preferred Fish By Blaine Readler
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Space aliens have invaded the earth! Unfortunately nobody is even aware, at least until Gabe, pet-sitter by day and jump-blues bandleader by night, finds himself face-to-face with a raccoon that... More > talks like Louis Armstrong. Ronny (he named himself after Ronald Reagan, thinking that this would elicit fond memories) explains that he needs Gabe’s help to thwart a full-scale invasion of evil Demon-zombies. Gabe, though, can’t shake the feeling that something smells . . . fishy.< Less
Talking To Strange Men By Guy Wilson
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His first memories are of sitting alone at the kitchen table reading terrorising tales in the tabloid newspapers and dreaming of going to London where the BBC is. But Terry Fish has a long way to go... More > before that can happen. For a start, there are all those strange men . . . In the first half of the book we see Terry growing up lonely and surviving family abuse. In the second half we see him awaken as a man forced to grow beyond his years. Throughout, he struggles with adults unable to nurture him. The end result is a portrait of a society rife with hypocrisy and oppressive of individuality. Despite the sombre tone, the narration is never gloomy or depressing. Terry has a fantastic sense of humour and isn't short of cheek. You can't help but love him. It's a great read.< Less