Don't Spit in My Turn-Ups

Author: Stephen Hancocks

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Dentistry

Page: 105

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Hancocks uses his experiences of working as a dentist, combined with his wry and incisive wit, to provide a delightful look at life in the dental practice.
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Don't Spit On My Corner

Author: Miguel Durán

Publisher: Arte Publico Press

ISBN: 9781611921250

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Don't Spit On My Corner

Author: Miguel Durán

Publisher: Arte Publico Press

ISBN: 9781611921250

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Never Spit on Your Shoes

Author: Denys Cazet

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780590996907

Category: Animals

Page: 32

View: 5334

First grader Arnie tells his mother about his tiring first day at school, while the illustrations reveal the mayhem he is leaving out of his account.
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Crazy Love

Author: Amir Abrams

Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.

ISBN: 0758280084

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 336

View: 4588

If everyone wants to say I'm trippin', well, that's their problem. . . If you saw my boo Sincere, you'd totally understand why I've dropped everything--even my besties--to be with him 24/7. After all, what girl wouldn't do whatever it takes to show her first-ever boyfriend she's all he could ever want? I know I'm a prize, but relationships are tough enough when you're just a high school senior, so I've really had to up my game to keep a college freshman like Sincere interested. And if that means hacking his cell and following him everywhere, I'm down. Because I just know what we have is for always. And I'm going to prove it, no matter how far I have to go. . . "Hot and poppin' with drama and life lessons. The world of teen lit has never seen anything like this before!"--Ni-Ni Simone Amir Abrams is a regular dude with a dream. Born in Brooklyn, Amir has a thing for fresh kicks, fly whips, and all things Polo. For Amir, writing teen fiction was never something he imagined himself doing until he started working with Ni-Ni Simone on Hollywood High. Now, he's amped about the endless possibilities. Amir hopes to be an inspiration to others and is determined to make a difference in the lives of teens everywhere.
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Turn Up for Real

Author: Stephanie Perry Moore

Publisher: Darby Creek

ISBN: 1467774421

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 168

View: 6763

Slade, Stanley Sharp's middle daughter, feels like the odd one out. All she wants is a group of friends who aren't her sisters—and a record deal. But after losing the Teen Miss Charlotte competition and having a bad experience at a recording studio, Slade feels her dreams slipping away. Can Slade be an advocate for the arts and a singing superstar, or is she just another pretty face?
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Tiare in Bloom

A Novel

Author: Célestine Vaite

Publisher: Back Bay Books

ISBN: 0316072729

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

View: 9809

Now that Materena is a big star with her radio talk show, Pito can't help noticing some changes in his wife. She's spending more and more time at work and with her girlfriends instead of coming home to cook for him. And why does a Tahitian woman need to know how to drive, anyway? He tries to shrug it off, but when Materena gives him the silent treatment and doesn't come home after a night of dancing, Pito has had enough! How is he supposed to fix things with Materena when she doesn't even give him a chance? Luckily for Pito, his opportunity comes when a threemonth-old girl named Tiare--rumored to be their son Tomatoa's daughter--is left on the Mahis' doorstep. Anxious to pull his weight and set things right, Pito embarks on a hilarious and noble mission to prove himself to his granddaughter, his wife, and--most importantly--himself. TIARE IN BLOOM is the heartwarming story of a couple facing big changes on a small island--and a love that outlasts it all.
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Spitting in the Soup

Inside the Dirty Game of Doping in Sports

Author: Mark Johnson

Publisher: VeloPress

ISBN: 1937716821

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 320

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Doping is as old as organized sports. From baseball to horse racing, cycling to track and field, drugs have been used to enhance performance for 150 years. For much of that time, doping to do better was expected. It was doping to throw a game that stirred outrage. Today, though, athletes are vilified for using performance-enhancing drugs. Damned as moral deviants who shred the fair-play fabric, dopers are an affront to the athletes who don’t take shortcuts. But this tidy view swindles sports fans. While we may want the world sorted into villains and victims, putting the blame on athletes alone ignores decades of history in which teams, coaches, governments, the media, scientists, sponsors, sports federations, and even spectators have played a role. The truth about doping in sports is messy and shocking because it holds a mirror to our own reluctance to spit in the soup—that is, to tell the truth about the spectacle we crave. In Spitting in the Soup, sports journalist Mark Johnson explores how the deals made behind closed doors keep drugs in sports. Johnson unwinds the doping culture from the early days, when pills meant progress, and uncovers the complex relationships that underlie elite sports culture—the essence of which is not to play fair but to push the boundaries of human performance. It’s easy to assume that drugs in sports have always been frowned upon, but that’s not true. Drugs in sports are old. It’s banning drugs in sports that is new. Spitting in the Soup offers a bitingly honest, clear-eyed look at why that’s so, and what it will take to kick pills out of the locker room once and for all.
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Coyote's Thunder Revenge

Author: Andy Newman,Sherrey Newman

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1465333401

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 259

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Thumbs Up Australia

Hitchhiking the Outback

Author: Tom Parry

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1857884612

Category: Travel

Page: 288

View: 6074

On the Road meets Down Under in this rough guide to the adventures of a hitchhiker and his reluctant girlfriend.
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What You Need to Know About Spiritual Growth in 12 Lessons

The What You Need To Know Study Guide Series

Author: Max Anders

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 1418589535

Category: Religion

Page: 192

View: 4415

Learn the ways God wants us to grow as Christians and how to cooperate with Him through the disciplines of grace. Spiritual Growth shows you how to grow and the many resources God provides to nurture you.
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It'll All Come out in the Wash

Growing up Colored in Jim Crow's South

Author: Joanne Crutchfield

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1465330615

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 222

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ITLL ALL COME OUT IN THE WASH is a vivid account of a tenderfoot Negro girls negative experiences while coming of age under Jim Crow laws. Deeply depressed by what she perceived to be a national disaffection for Negro children, debilitating physical and emotional symptoms asserted themselves in the authors early childhood and continued unabated into maturity. In an effort to manage her frequent bouts with depression, she would eventually seek mental health therapy as an adult. A book of many genres, this memoir is chock-full of nostalgia, situational humor, melancholy, loving family portraits, short stories, and philosophical musings on the pernicious effects of racial insensitivity. 2010 Semi Finalist Library of Virginia People's Choice Award
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Sit-Ups and Supersex

Metafictional Ventilations of Times Aligned in Passions House

Author: Celine Flux

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1456892541

Category: Fiction

Page: 582

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Alas . . . hospitalization finds Omni befriended by Nurse Seattle and young radiographer Niv. After he discharges himself, wounds weeping Seattle crosses professional / marriage lines to visit. One night of folklove with Boho Bee before taken from Harbourton, to Metroaux, then an inevitable return in crutches where Niv introduces big bro Nick, who fudges paperwork at the majestic-yet-eerie place of employment dominating the Zone1 skyline. A Mumbai fling endures with workmate Neon great times in the Triangular Kilometres ("in the city") are had when she, Omni, Niv and Quetzal have hilarious happenings heading to their shared SE1 flat. But Neon dies tragically and Vienna, calamitous and poetic, is framed after a night with wicked but hard-bodied Mr Rella. Before then, or 911, or even Vee's capture and trial, Nick sips in The Herbal Cafeterium W1: kids with not so keen Vee? Inside trading with closest law-bending colleague Lanky Peter? While protecting young protège Omni . . . Meanwhile in Hoeswater with Evelyn: After leaving Adam sports lout with corresponding opinions Seattle bumps into Laureate and sistren Abigail, Volga and co. Reunited she describes the temples "beautifully ugly philosulum" to Omni, yet he just wants to know what's up with the "Ugly Girls" title? Unbeknown Mother Laureate " . . . knew Omniversal would come". Long-estranged by now, Nick, Peter and Omni eye-up the same jacket. The weekend swelters but Nick walks over to WC2 to claim it first. Bags full tube-bound he witnesses what looks like a lovers tiff! Janet, mature but hot, throws her wedding band at Michael and lover in front of the Bluecoats. Ordered off, without purse or keys he just has to inquire . . ."Are you OK" . . . ?
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Spit and Passion

Author: Cristy Road

Publisher: The Feminist Press at CUNY

ISBN: 1558618074

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 128

View: 2086

A twelve-year-old Cubanita finds refuge in punk music in this illustrated tour de force.
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Framed

Author: Tonino Benacquista

Publisher: Bitter Lemon Press

ISBN: 1908524146

Category: Fiction

Page: 240

View: 5749

Murderous black comedy laced with biting satire of the Paris art world.
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The Liars' Club

A Memoir

Author: Mary Karr

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101650737

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

View: 8536

“Wickedly funny and always movingly illuminating, thanks to kick-ass storytelling and a poet's ear.” –Oprah.com The New York Times bestselling, hilarious tale of Mary Karr’s hardscrabble Texas childhood that Oprah.com calls the best memoir of a generation. The Liars’ Club took the world by storm and raised the art of the memoir to an entirely new level, bringing about a dramatic revival of the form. Karr’s comic childhood in an east Texas oil town brings us characters as darkly hilarious as any of J. D. Salinger’s—a hard-drinking daddy, a sister who can talk down the sheriff at age twelve, and an oft-married mother whose accumulated secrets threaten to destroy them all. This unsentimental and profoundly moving account of an apocalyptic childhood is as “funny, lively, and un-put-downable” (USA Today) today as it ever was.
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