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"Ready to build a fairy tale? First, you'll need the right tools. Open this title in the Writer's Toolbox series and discover plenty of tips and tools to get you started. Soon you'll be writing magical adventures like a pro!"
Rooster loves Cheesy Ruby Dooby Biscuits, going to dog shows and digging. He doesn't like visits to the vet or the green water snake who lurks in the garden. Delightful tales of a Puli puppy (as told by Rooster himself) and beautifully illustrated. Jacki Evans has been an owner, breeder, exhibitor and judge of this unique breed since a feisty, grumbly, self-opinionated and often bad mannered puppy arrived in her life in 1978. 'Shambles' started a love affair with Pulis which has spanned the years and never faltered.
A perfect choice for smart, funny tweens who love Roald Dahl and Lemony Snicket.
Aimed at those looking for a concise introduction to the popular game, this handbook is ideal for beginning golfers. Emphasizing the fun side of the sport in both learning and playing, this reference covers getting started, equipment tips, and official rules, and concludes with a firsthand account of learning the game, a historical overview, and a glossary of terms. Illustrating the basics of the sport with a striking array of photographs, this updated edition evaluates the ins and outs of golfing with flair. Doug Werner is the author of the bestselling Start-Up SportsÂ® series. He is also the author of Adopting in China, Fighting Fit, Fitness Training for Girls, Skateboarding: Book of Tricks, and Skateboarding: New Levels. He lives in San Diego.
In Once Upon a Time in the Future, short fiction author Hernandez Gallardo tackles a number of topics surrounding loss. His true flair seems to be in dissecting orphaned objects and good habits that have fallen by the wayside. From the loss of a certain printed newspaper in the Chicago library to any number of emails that get destroyed by a virus, he covers the smallest items to the shortfalls of morality. Love and passion, with a few shots of tequila in between, this second collection of twenty short works is a stunning example of narrative prose. Sharp, unyielding, and intensely thoughtful, his morose take on life reminds readers of what is important and what the future might bring. With titles such as "Water on the Moon," "The True Story of the Popol Vuh," "A Tale of Pain and Pleasure" and "Going to the River," the author provides a testament of all that is good and true in the universe-and evidence of what lays ahead.
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