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  • Farewell To The Good Old Days

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    Farewell to the Good Old Days is a lively and intimate tale by David Greatrix, a man who has lived a dynamic professional life, first as an aerospace engineer and then as a professor of the subject. The book, leaning heavily on the actual life ...


  • 334 Duckworth St.

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    A filthy alleyway, a run down cold water flat, a determination for a better life and the adventures of a dreamer are what this story is all about. Neighbors and eccentric friends combine to make this a very interesting and humorous read. Even though ...


  • Grumpy Baby

    Tale of a Newborn by

    Once upon a time, a grumpy baby was born, and his parents couldn’t seem to do anything to cheer him up. Toys, walks, swaddling, lullabies—nothing worked. What were two exhausted parents to do? Would their baby EVER smile? Would he (and they) EVER ...


  • Edubabble

    A Glossary of Teacher Talk by

    “Nobody would believe this stuff .” This staff room refrain was usually in response to the verbiage or antics of children or teens, the nonsensical decisions of those in the education bureaucracy (including myself), or the fatuous comments that ...


  • The Rebel Mama's Handbook for Cool Moms

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    If you’re a mom (or mom-to-be) who wants to raise decent human beings, maintain your pre-baby identity, and not lose your sh*t along the way, congrats: you’ve just found the parenting book of your dreams. The Rebel Mama’s Handbook for (Cool) Moms ...


  • Life's Little Stories and The Colored Glasses

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    Prepare yourself to have fun! Yes, fun. Life's Little Stories and The Colored Glasses is a whimsical combination of people wearing Tommy Papantonio's collection of colored glasses from the dollare store and short stories he wrote from experiences he ...


  • New Beginnings

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    By all appearances, DeBrand O’Donnell is living a fulfilling life. He has an average job, the swanky clothes, the perfect shoes, the accepting friends and a witty comeback for every occasion. He thinks his life is without fault, but in truth, his ...


  • Temp Tales

    An Exposé! by

    This book takes you through the life and struggles of a woman in search of the perfect job. From being a doormat for inconsiderate employers and temp agencies to working for less than peanuts; is it time wasted or just the cruel reality of the world ...


  • A Braided Cord

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    This book describes life long learning expressed often as allegory or metaphor, but derived from life long events. The braided cord reflects the union of body, mind and soul, but because I am a surgeon, the body is topmost in my mind and my book. My ...


  • And Then Ed Flapped His Wings

    A Collection of Humorous Short Stories About Supposedly Smart People Doing Stupid Things by

    The sections and chapters within this book are all humorous, warm-hearted, usually inspirational and completely true. Because of some x-rated language in several appendices, this is clearly NOT a children’s book, but young adults will certainly ...