Winner of the "Indie Book of the Day" award and Honorable Mention for non-fiction humor in the "Readers' Favorite" Contest. At 8,000 words, this collection of humorous essays explores such quirky topics as: disastrous home repairs, ("A Trip to the Hardware Store"), an unfortunate dinner party ("Dinner is Served"), the truth about lazy people ("Lazy Bones"), the weird life of a debt collector ("Your Account is Past Due") and obsessions with gadgets ("Gadget Girl"). Other essays examine how surreal the aging process is ("Where Did the Time Go?"), why you shouldn't judge a person by their job ("Beyond Belief"), and how to complicate simple transactions ("High Finance"). Like the author's first work, "I'm Not Talking About You, Of Course...," these essays will give your spirit a lift and leave you smiling.
In a once bright and shining jewel on the East Coast, organized crime has begun to run rampant. The citizens live in constant fear and apathy, Fed up with the corrupt police force and brutality of the local gangs.As if stepping from the pages of history a relic of a warrior has begun to fight back. A towering suit of armor with glowing red eyes strikes fear into the hearts of those who would do harm to the innocent.The story told from the perspective of Tacitus O'Neil, The curator of the Gloucester City Museum of History. Tacitus was paralyzed from the waist down when a gang war spilled into his museum. Still trapped within his chair, Tacitus' bitter narrative combined with his search for reason has turned him into an excellent investigator.Step into a world of high-tech steam power and onto the gritty streets as our armored friend fights against corruption and Tacitus tries to solve the deeper meanings behind the actual source of it in Gloucester.
George's favourite author is doing a signing at the new bookstore in town. Waiting in line is hard when you're as curious as our little monkey, especially when surrounded by so many great books! Children will love his silly antics as George explores the wonderful world that is the local bookstore. With art in the style of H. A. Rey, this latest monkey tale is for book lovers, lovers of George, and especially lovers of curiosity! Includes a storytelling activity and a reading log for kids to keep track of their reading! AGES: 4-7 AUTHOR: Hans Augusto Rey was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1898. As a child, he spent much of his free time in that city's famous Hagenbeck Zoo drawing animals. After serving in the army during World War I, he married Margret Rey and they moved to Montmartre for four years. The manuscript for the first Curious George books was one of the few items the Reys carried with them on their bicycles when they escaped from Paris in 1940. Eventually, they made their way to the United States, and Curious George was published in 1941. Curious George has been published in numerous languages. And many, many Curious George books have followed.
Every moment of every day, God is at your side, ready to speak to your heart. He knows exactly how you feel and longs to help - whether you are in need of wisdom, encouragement, or comfort. In God's Whispers to a Woman's Heart, author Cindi McMenamin shares what it means to experience the presence of God at all times, in all places. As you read of His many promises and assurances to you in the Bible, you'll come to realize just how much He loves you. Every devotion in this book will enrich your communion with God, and fill your day with the hope and inner joy that only He can give.
This brilliant and highly practical book provides a case-based introduction and primer to the practice of ICD therapy. It contains a huge number of images and includes real-world patient histories. The reader is able to gain extensive practical knowledge of the practice of ICD therapy with the use of these case reports. These concentrate on the skills necessary to increase specialist knowledge of defibrillator therapy practice.
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