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LOL Poems To Make You Laugh Out Loud
Description: Laughing Out Loud (LOL) is a
common need and LOL Poems is a great resource for laughing. Aimed
essentially at teenagers and upward, there is very little bad language
poems are child-friendly.
Ostensibly Edited by: Thomas
Lost Notebooks of Glub Dzmc is a collection of very
supposedly penned by a mad Bohemian. Some would consider the poetry
“avant-garde,” while others may, with equal conviction, consider it
“retard-garde.” Few would consider it dull.
Description: Take a categorical
dive into the world of relationships between men and women. From
aggressor to actor, philosopher, narcissist, chick-guy and more, this
book covers the whole spectrum of men!
||Title: My Robot Brain
Author: Sharon Kull
Description: She's in computer
repair; he's a toy manufacturer. They are both in over their heads when
his ex-wife steals a unique robotic rat out of his office and asks them
to pay the ransom to get it back.
Caverns (Maxcine & Isabel Vol. 9)
Isabel has plans to plant a vegetable garden in the backyard. That is
fine with Maxcine; she even pitches in to help turn the soil. What the
sisters turn up is a stone statue, but it sinks into the ground before
they can grab it. Not to be defeated, they start digging in earnest…
right up until the time when a sinkhole forms and Isabel nearly falls
into the bowels of the Earth. It doesn't take many days to discover the
entire neighborhood may be heading for disaster.
Slot Machine Ate My Midlife Crisis
Description: Quirky jobs, wacky friends, hot crushes,
and an unraveling marriage are all part of this darkly funny novel
describing 45 year-old newlywed Wendy Sinclair’s life in Las Vegas
after she impulsively decides to stay following a bizarre girls’
weekend in 2005.
Tzu's The Art of Dork
Description: When TL James discovers Sun Tzu's The Art
of War, he realizes its precepts might actually help him win the war
for Minnie's heart.
Not Enough Brains
Description: Too Many Rhymes, Not Enough
Brains is a collection of verse, geared toward school-age
children, but suitable for older readers with a lively imagination.
Most of the book consists of whimsical poems. but there is a second
section for fables in verse. At the end of the book, there is an extra
Sex Got to do With It
Girdner Description: There's nothing like a
couple’s counselor hearing her new fiancé might be her half-brother to
ruin their engagement party. And now our counselor has to find out if
the hereditary allegations are true…
is filled with satire and objectification of every interesting category
that men encounter in the realm of chasing, finding, loving,
speculating about, despising and being with a woman. This is a
roller-coaster read intended to remind both sexes to take themselves
more lightly when faced with the intricacies of personalities,
relationships and interpersonal anything.