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The Adventures of Olive Pearl and Hammy Davidson Michael DeRosa
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$14.30
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781622094851
Finally!! A motorcycle themed book for the young reader... ... a family-friendly, 100 page, paperback about the romance between a husband and wife as seen through the eyes of two special characters. This wonderful story touches on themes like friendship, family, love, Patriotism, respect, and more! Youngsters will learn about the joy of motorcycling and come along on their travels. Sprinkled throughout with pictures, life-lessons, social observations, and humor, adults will enjoy a good laugh, too! Let’s Ride!!
The Compleat Book of Lunch Allan Provost
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$23.49
Size: 7.5" x 7.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620306673
This 76-page, fully illustrated book is an absolute essential for anyone who has a job or plans to have one. Which makes it perfect for you and ideal as a gift. Its hilarious common sense (you would think) rules will help you avoid lunching with the wrong people, being dragged to restaurants you detest, making embarrassing social gaffes and paying for someone else's buffalo wings. Use it to plan your lunches, settle arguments, and avoid the many pitfalls of those precious hours between noon and three. Written by novelist, playwright and lunchaphile Allan Provost and hilariously illustrated by award-winning artist, Pat Longan, this is a must-have book for any office, factory, garage, hosp ...
The Dark Woods Trish Harmon
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$13.32
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
What happens when a bored young tortoise is talked into venturing into the unknown of the Dark Woods by his exuberant and often irritating friend, a tiny tree frog? They have heard many tales of mysterious and frightening legends living in the forest, but Mortie has his doubts. Stanley, however, wants to find out if the stories are true. Get to know Mortie (the tortoise) and Stanley (the tree frog) as they have the adventure of their young lives. It's one they'll never forget! This humorous book has it all...great characters, mystery, friendship, and a few surprises! I will be donating .50 cents each to the Pig Foundation and KC Pet Project for each book sold. Check them out on Facebook ...
The Dictionary...According to Michael J. Fusco Michael J. Fusco, edited by James and Michael D. Fusco
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$7.75
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
This book attempts, but does not achieve, making some sort of sense out of the special language that Michael J. Fusco has created over six decades. This is by no means a comprehensive guide, as new phrases, songs and translations are being discovered constantly. The authors hope that this reference manual will help the beginning Michael J. Fusco acquaintance have an idea of what the heck he’s talking about.
The First Beatnik in Outer Space Ed Engman
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$11.83
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
The First Beatnik in Outer Space is a collection of incredible short stories written by space aliens and transmitted to earth telepathically via encrypted digital signals. Using a special ray-gun, "Earth" author Ed Engman expertly translates these tales without losing those Venusian nuances that tend trip up the most experienced space interpreters.
THE LIGHTER SHADE OF BLUE Peter C. LeFavour
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$12.98
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9780990938910
The Lighter Side of Yellow bobby bazoo
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$13.15
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781620307861
Award-winning author and humorist Bobby Bazoo shares his non-fiction musings about life as a cab driver. The book takes readers on a humorous romp through the oft-maligned profession of nighttime cab driving. Using his years of experience and pitch-perfect wit, Bazoo shows us all what it really means to work in a service industry. It happens a lot these days..... A man needs to make ends meet and takes on a second job. In Bobby Bazoo's case, he started driving a taxi during the nighttime hours. He found a lot of what anyone would expect as a nighttime cabbie, but what he never expected was the hilarious series of passengers that kept him coming back for more night after night. ...
The Mad Cartoonist Monty Milne
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$11.26
Size: 8.25" x 6"
Binding: Perfect Bound
"The Mad Cartoonist" is a collection of zany cartoons created by cartoonist Monty Milne. He has been cartooning since the mid-1980's and his mainstream debut "The Mad Cartoonist" is a reflection of these efforts. The dozens of single-panel gag cartoons within his book puts his outlandish sense of humor on display and highlight his fun, detailed drawing style and quirky sense of written language. "The Mad Cartoonist" is a wild ride with everything from toilet humor (literally!) to clever puns to cartoon gore to plain old strange and bizarre concepts, so buckle up! Rated PG-13 for mild bits of toilet humor, cartoon gore, and random silliness. 80 single-panel gag cartoons; black-a ...
The PeterSchool Authority Peter Kudelin
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$7.36
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
“You know you’re f*cked when you eat a cockroach,” thinks Mitchie Biggums, now 15, while traveling across the United States, searching for worthy pupils for PETERschool. Excited, him, Mr. Pete Makinson, and Chad Abercrombie meet people like Donald J. Trump, El Macho, and Pete the 69th himself! Shit your pants for the bestselling sequel you’ve been waiting for.
Twisted Mind John King
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$20.24
Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Sink back into your favorite chair with whiskey in hand, a candle burning bright, and your dogs at your feet. Journey into secret lands few will ever see. Kill for love, seek gold below jagged cliffs and receive a call from a being out in distant space. Twisted Mind is a book full of artistic cartoons and creative stories, most of them true. At eight years old I realized my mind was not healthy. I kept this secret most of my life fearing I would have to take drugs or live in a straight jacket if I ever mentioned it. Although there were some hard times I believe being "off" might have helped my creativity. I don't suffer from mental illness anymore.. I rather enjoy it. Excerpt fr ...

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