100 Reasons To Panic About Dadhood

Author: Knock Knock
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781601069313
Format: PDF
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Like a paper version of your funniest friend, this pocket-sized volume provides an honest look at impending fatherhood, while also offering commonsense reassurance that everything's going to work out fine. Probably. Maybe. Definitely.* Knock Knock books make coed baby showers a little wittier* The search for gifts for dad to be is over!* Hardcover; 3.75 x 5 inches; 112 pages, 29+ illustrations* Written by Knock Knock and illustrated by Gemma Correll

Pickups and Come Ons

Author: Knock Knock
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781601060594
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The 'Lines For All Occasions' series provides a superb collection of these much needed phrases for all manner of breakup, rejection, excuse, lie, come-on, or insult situations - ranging from the diplomatic to the downright bridge burning.

Are You There God It s Me Margaret

Author: Judy Blume
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 148140993X
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Faced with the difficulties of growing up and choosing a religion, a twelve-year-old girl talks over her problems with her own private God.

Knock Knock Who s There

Author: James Hadley Chase
Publisher: Orion
ISBN: 1471903834
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Johnny Bianda is a man with a dream. He wants to own a boat off the coast of Florida and he only needs $186,000 to buy it. He steals the money from his firm, knowing that one day they'll notice and one day they'll kill him for it - after all, it is the Mafia. But for Johnny Bianda, the risk is worth taking and he knows it will be at least a year before they catch up with him. Unfortunately for Bianda, the knock on his door comes sooner than he thinks ...

The Savvy Convert s Guide to Choosing a Religion

Author: Knock Knock
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781601060341
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We put more thought into the cars we buy than the gods we worship—until now! Are you a searcher? Disappointed with your religion of birth? This innovative consumer's guide will help you identify the best religion for you. By reviewing apples-to-apples breakdowns of 99 world religions, you'll use proven techniques of comparison shopping to base your decision on things that really matter—what you'll wear, whether you can have sex, where you'll go when you die. Spirituality is a significant aspect of the contemporary lifestyle, but if you haven't shopped around, you'll never be certain you made the right choice.Each Religion Includes: Perks and Drawbacks, Activities and Paraphernalia, Conversion Difficulty, Time Commitment, Overall Cost, Number of New Friends, Purpose of Life, Deities, Key Texts, Geography, and Afterlife Promises

The House Rules Book

Author: Francesca Leung
Publisher: Spruce
ISBN: 9781846015045
Format: PDF, Docs
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Everyone knows someone who argues about chores or the correct way to stack the dishwasher. And everyone has their pet hates they wish the rest of their household would just stop. So simply fill in this book of charts - to be kept as a holy Bible for maintaining peace in the household and make everyone's lives better. Living together isn't easy, but at least with this book you can have a laugh about it, though we take no responsibility for any disputes or arguments that might arise from using it.

The Abstinence Teacher

Author: Tom Perrotta
Publisher: Vintage Canada
ISBN: 0307370933
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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“Some people enjoy it.” That was all Ruth had said. Even now, when she’d had months to come to terms with the fallout from this remark, she still marveled at the power of those four words, which she’d uttered without premeditation and without any sense of treading on forbidden ground. (p. 11) Thanks to an off-hand remark made during a class discussion of oral sex, sex-ed teacher Ruth Ramsey finds herself a target of the Christian evangelicals who are increasingly influencing the schoolboard of suburban Stonewood Heights. Forced to attend remedial sessions with a smug “Virginity Consultant,” Ruth is isolated and alone, caught in the polarized red-versus-blue landscape of present-day American suburbia. It’s like “living in a horror movie,” she thinks, “The Invasion of the Body Snatchers, or something. You never knew who they were going to get to next.” Divorced and sharing custody of her daughters with her ex, and sometimes attempting a futile date, Ruth spends many a lonely weekend wondering how her bleak existence came to be. Then one morning at her daughter’s soccer game, Ruth meets Tim Mason, a cute forty-something volunteer coach. Ruth feels an instant attraction to Tim, but when he draws the girls together for a spontaneous prayer circle after the game, she angrily yanks her daughter away from the proceedings, placing herself once again in the sights of the evangelicals. But Ruth has another unexpected problem: she can’t seem to get a handle on Tim, her supposed adversary, who keeps appearing at her front door. A recovering addict whose bottoming-out cost him his home and his marriage, Tim found his way to the Tabernacle of the Gospel Truth through the intervention of Pastor Dennis, the charismatic preacher who put Tim’s shattered life back together in an approximation of happiness. Thanks to Pastor Dennis, Tim is now married to Carrie, a fellow Tabernacler who is attractive and attentive, if robotic. He plays guitar at the weekly prayer sessions in a sanitized reenactment of his days in a Grateful Dead cover band. He holds a respectable if unfulfilling job as a loan officer, well aware of the irony of the post for a man with his history. He is grateful for the help he has received from his church community and Pastor Dennis. But he can’t shake the yearning for something more, and a nagging attraction to that troublesome sex-ed teacher.... With The Abstinence Teacher, Tom Perrotta wades into the murky waters of contemporary American suburbia, fully deploying his proven gift for describing the panic lurking beneath its seemingly placid surface. Already widely known to book and movie audiences for his scathing satire mixed with remarkable compassion in works including Election and Little Children (both adapted for film, Little Children garnering Perrotta an Oscar nomination), this novel once again proves, as declared by the Los Angeles Times, “Perrotta’s balance of humor and pathos has no equal.” From the Hardcover edition.