Humor, Topic, Business & Professional
A Teacher-Talk Glossary by Clyde Woolman
Relentless jargon, a distinctive workplace, and teen foibles make for a goldmine of satire in over 350 entries. The unending tsunami of education sloganeering highlights this humor-filled, quick-read glossary. Why would edubabblers favor listless ...
How He Is Making America Great Again by Vincent Breslin
This book displays the success and productivity that Trump is bringing to the country, and how the people of all classes are benefiting from his radical moves. It shows how he assists so many people equally, regardless of race, gender, creed, or ...
A Glossary of Teacher Talk by Clyde Woolman
“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 ...
An Exposé! by Judy M. Crouse and Byron L. Wilt
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 Collection of Humorous Short Stories About Supposedly Smart People Doing Stupid Things by Pete Berrall
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 ...
A Retailer's Confession by Frank Lee
Is the customer really always right? Heck no. For every friendly and polite customer, there’s an entitled and cranky shopper waiting for the world to be handed to them on a platter. Unreasonable expectations and out of proportion reactions can beat ...