Bob and his mischievous friend, Mary had a grand performance planned at the Fourth of July picnic for Republications' in 1938. The young children soon found out that mash potatoes, baked beans, cooked carrots, fried chicken and potato salad do not mix well with tainted lemonade. Join Bob Olson in this hilarious farce that will make even the staunchest Republican break out in laughter.
Sploring with Papa is a children's book to encourage them to develop their curiosity. It is also a designed to promote grandparents and their grandchildren to do some of those interesting things in life together. Adventures don't have to be high tech, but just showing them some of those simple things in life. They provide great teaching opportunities.
I tell this story through my granddaughter, Trinity, because she likes to tell stories. I want to encourage the involvement of grandchildren with their grandparents. They certainly hold a special place in our hearts.
I trust your children or grandchildren will enjoy this little adventure.
This book is a collection of poetry by an abuse and domestic violence survivor. Behind These Closed Doors is the first book of a series of poetry in written works by, Michelle Carter-Douglass. The author was able to take all of the heartache, loss, pain, and suffering and turn it into a written and emotional strength. "Never allow anyone to dictate nor define your worth. You are a survivor , and you have the right to tell."
Jake Kyle needed to get away and never more so than now. The political quagmire that he's help to bring to a boil is about to land on his doorstep.
Under normal circumstances he'd be more than happy to take his critics on face to face and had done just that more than once over the years. And more than once he had been the one to walk away smiling.
But this time in the midst of everything he's embroiled in, he has other far more important things to take care of. People who need him in ways they never had before. Family who counted on him though would never admit it. And one person in particular who he was not about to let down if he's given a chance to make amends.
Barely twenty-four hours later, after a few phone calls and only hours before his scathing exposé is scheduled to be published nationally, he's on his way to the city of his youth. If there was anywhere in the world he'd want to start over, take a chance on a new beginning, it would be along the stretch of the ...