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250 Anecdotes About Religion By David Bruce
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Paperback edition. This book is one-half of my previous book "The Funniest People in Religion and Families: 500 Anecdotes." This book contains 250 anecdotes about religion. For example: Two... More > small girls were best friends—one girl was Jewish and the other girl was Christian. At Christmas, the Christian girl’s grandfather asked her what her best friend had gotten for Christmas. The little girl replied, “She didn’t get anything for Christmas. You see, I’m Christmas, and she’s Chanukah. I’m Easter, and she’s Passover. But we’re both Thanksgiving.”< Less
250 Anecdotes About Religion, Volume 2 By David Bruce
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Paperback edition. This book is one-half of my previous book "Bride of The Funniest People in Religion and Families: 500 Anecdotes." It contains 250 anecdotes about religion, including this... More > one: Ludwig Bemelmans, author/illustrator of the "Madeline" series of children’s books, had an Uncle Joseph who was a priest. Very few things upset him, but late arrivals to church services did. At the end of services, when Uncle Joseph walked down the aisle and blessed worshippers with holy water, he used to take a big dip of water and douse anyone who had come to services late.< Less
Writing Handouts With Anecdotes, Volume 2 By David Bruce
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Free download. This little pamphlet contains a number of handouts that teachers can use to teach their students how to avoid some common writing errors. Of course, students and other people can use... More > this short pamphlet simply as a way to refresh their memory about some simple rules of writing. Feel free to make as many copies as you want to for educational purposes. Feel free to distribute this little pamphlet as a pdf file.< Less
The Funniest People in Books, Volume 2: 250 Anecdotes By David Bruce
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Print edition. This book contains 250 anecdotes about books and authors, including these anecdotes: 1) When author Peg Bracken was growing up, she and her brother sometimes raided the cookie jar.... More > Understandably, their mother did not want them to ruin their appetite before supper, so sometimes young Peg and her brother would find this note inside the cookie jar: “KEEP YOUR BIG MITTS OFF!” 2) The son of professional writer Arthur Machen once asked him to write a 200-word article on the French Revolution for his school’s magazine, but he warned him that the magazine’s editorial board—composed of children like himself—would have to find the article worthy before it would be printed. Mr. Machen was gratified when the editorial board deemed his article worthy of being published.< Less