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The Monstosaurus By Clark Nida
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Dyspepsia is an ordinary little girl with an extraordinary name. Her mam thought it smart and cool—without quite knowing what it meant. Her friend Spookie is an undead quantum cat. Once she... More > belonged to Prof Schrodinger—until the RSPCA took her away. She desperately wants to be ordinary too, and they go for a walk in the park. There the friends find a tiny bone sticking out of the ground… It’s the tip of the tail of the Biggest Dinosaur Ever, and they get an EU grant to excavate it. But to dig it up, Sunderland city centre must first come down. And it won’t stop there…< Less
Poems from Titan Park By Nicolae Sfetcu
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From the daily cycling trips in Titan Park, Bucharest, appeared this small volume of poems, illustrated with the most beautiful pictures I made during these walks. At midnight starts my working day.... More > The computer, a coffee, a discreet jazz music, together with other ingredients. At 5:30, I'm getting ready. At 6:00, I take the bicycle and pedal easily to the nearby park, Titan Park. It's still early in the morning, but in the park, there are already running or walking people I have not known before, but now familiar to me. There she is the beautiful girl who runs like a gazelle; and the 50-year-old man who descends the stairs with his back, climbs them, and then goes down; the woman who gives a few laps in a hurried pace, the young man with walking but problems with a will out of the ordinary, who gives up for a moment at the walking stick; those from the outdoor exercise machines, and those who give food to birds; and others, and others ...< Less
Fire Skills 50 Methods for Starting Fires Without Matches By David Aman
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The name says it all. Inside you will find 50 methods for starting fires without matches. You will learn how to light fire with friction, chemicals, the sun, electricity, and sparks. You will learn... More > how to start a fire with ice, guns, rocks, sticks, flashlights and even air. If you enjoy camping, hiking, primative or survival skills, scouts, or just walking in the woods then you should read this book. You will gain knowledge of so many methods of starting fires without matches that you will be better prepared in case of an emergency. Dave Aman is an expert at starting fires without matches. He has been a Boy Scout leader for 15 years and this subject has become an obsession to him. He has tried many experiments and is willing to pass this knowledge onto you. Read the book and show off to your kids or maybe your hunting buddies. Enjoy! Show more Show less< Less
So You Think Your Dreams Are Weird?! By Barry Morgan
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Dreams fascinate everyone from all walks of life. Problem is, most people can't remember what they dream about, let alone understand them. Something amazing lies just beyond our grasp, teasing and... More > tantalizing us with mysteries, puzzles, and utter randomness. Starting on May 31, I began to chronicle my dreams. What I found is what I have always known, but hadn't taken the time to study. MY DREAMS ARE WEIRD, HILARIOUS, AND ENTERTAINING. From something out of Max Brown's 'The Zombie Survival Guide', to Will Farrell and I escaping from an aquatic labor camp with a stick of dynamite and a head of lettuce, my dreamscape is sure to evoke laughter, fear, and perhaps a little enlightenment. So You Think Your Dreams Are Weird is guaranteed to be a roller coaster ride unlike any other.< Less
Tales of the Hoofengoofers By Alan Lance Andersen
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Dressed in a white silk 3-piece suit and Panama Hat, storyteller Alan Lance Andersen delights audiences with his humorous tales told in country dialect reminiscent of Mark Twain. Many of the tales... More > deal with HOOFENGOOFERS, the magical little people who inhabit the Iowa river valleys. Unlike elves and faeries (their counterparts in Europe), Hoofengoofers are "real down-home folks" - dressing in bib overalls and floppy straw hats, carrying knobby walking sticks, and chewing on a piece of prairie grass. These tongue-in-cheek stories contrast the traditional faery tale setting against the Iowa farmscape - with prairies, round barns, farmers markets, Model-T Fords, bootleggers, Jesse James, and the Trolls of Northeast Iowa featuring in the narrative. This book includes many of Andersen's best whimsical tales - which he tells with a drawling Mark Twain style dialect.< Less
So You Think Your Dreams Are Weird?! By Barry Morgan
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Dreams fascinate everyone from all walks of life. Problem is, most people can't remember what they dream about, let alone understand them. Something amazing lies just beyond our grasp, teasing and... More > tantalizing us with mysteries, puzzles, and utter randomness. Starting on May 31, 2006 I chronicled my dreams for an entire calendar year. What I found is what I have always known, but hadn't taken the time to study. MY DREAMS ARE WEIRD, HILARIOUS, AND ENTERTAINING. From something out of Max Brown's 'The Zombie Survival Guide', to Will Farrell and I escaping from an aquatic labor camp with a stick of dynamite and a head of lettuce, my dreamscape is sure to evoke laughter, fear, and perhaps a little enlightenment. So You Think Your Dreams Are Weird is guaranteed to be a roller coaster ride unlike any other.< Less
When War Came Again By John Howlett
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He seemed thinner than Harry remembered, still boyish though he must now be nearly forty: formerly Lieutenant ‘Bunny’ Andrews, leaning on a walking-stick with his smile and genuine... More > delight at shaking the hand of his one-time Lance-Corporal, Harry Cardwell. Their War To End All Wars had happened long ago. Twenty years later they still lived with its echoes, shadow, loss and nightmare in their minds and bodies. So why and how could they now be meeting as volunteers in another war? ‘We are grown men,’ said Bunny. ‘We should be cultivating our gardens.’ When War Came Again is the 3-part, third volume in the Harry and Annie Series which started with Love Of an Unknown Soldier and A Long Road Home then followed by First Snow of Winter (part 2), Last Snow of Winter (part 3) and Alp Grüm.< Less
Tales from Portlaw Volume Two - The Priest's Calling Card By William Forde
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I grew up on my mother’s stories. Although an Irish woman of small stature and imaginative mind, stories didn’t come any ‘taller’ than those tales told by my mother. They... More > would stretch the bounds of one’s credulity beyond the realms of possibility, and yet, she always made me ‘want to believe them’. I have taken the germ of her fact and added a bit of my fiction with a dash of author licence. ‘The Priest’s Calling Card’ is about a Portlaw Priest who leaves his walking stick outside any house he visits as a sign of his presence there and with the clear understanding he is never to be interrupted during his home visits by any other callers to the house where he is.< Less
When War Came Again By John Howlett
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He seemed thinner than Harry remembered, still boyish though he must now be nearly forty: formerly Lieutenant ‘Bunny’ Andrews, leaning on a walking-stick with his smile and genuine... More > delight at shaking the hand of his one-time Lance-Corporal, Harry Cardwell. Their War To End All Wars had happened long ago. Twenty years later they still lived with its echoes, shadow, loss and nightmare in their minds and bodies. So why and how could they now be meeting as volunteers in another war? ‘We are grown men,’ said Bunny. ‘We should be cultivating our gardens.’ When War Came Again is the third volume of six in the Harry and Annie Series which started with Love Of an Unknown Soldier.< Less
And You Thought You Read Them All By Dean
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The stories are laced with all the experiences and knowledge I have acquired in my some 70 years. No one character in my stories is based on any friend or acquaintance. No other characters were from... More > my life. The only connection with my life is that I tried to blend in some of my world travels in the background of a few stories and use my experience as an architect and a world traveler. I have always loved humor, sometimes satire, other times, slap-stick, even dark humor. Some readers may be puzzled at the endings but I think the reader should use his imagination. I don’t believe in 'spelling' it out for the reader. My main attempt in writing is to give the reader not only enjoyment but at times, a good laugh. My more serious stories are meant to give thought to the relationship of people in all walks of life. If there is a main idea in my writing, it is to paint a picture with words.< Less

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