Explore every curve and facet of one of the most beautiful creatures ever made: Men. This interactive activity book leads you through an assortment of detailed beautifully designed pen-and-ink illustrations of muscular handsome men - each needing that last touch to bring them to life - you! Appealing for adults of all ages.
Terrified, she rolled over on the sand and sat up, not even trying to cover her body. ''Tell you what,'' the strange man said. ''We’ll play a little game. You try to remember me and I’ll tell you when you’re getting warm.'' She watched him slowly unwrap an oilcloth package. ''You hid in that shack,'' she said, ''so you could catch me alone . . .'' ''And violate your fair white body? No, Edith. I've been there and back. I can’t make that scene again.'' ''Damn you!'' she cried. ''You come on like an old lover, but I can’t remember!'' ''You aren’t trying,'' he said softly. ''Think of me without the beard, without the scars, a married man with a wife and kid. You destroyed it, Edith. You wiped me clean. Remember?'' He opened the package then and Edith saw the gleam of the gun. ''See, Edith? I brought it two thousand miles. Nobody knows I’m here, so they’ll just have to assume that the sharks got you . . .''
Steve thought to cut in on the source of blackmail money that Dingo Stark was paying the boys who wanted to COLOR HIM GAY but his hatred took him too far. As his screams drift through the still air, it's up to the debonair secret agent, Jackie Holmes, that Man from C.A.M.P., to arrive in time to save the day!
It’s a brotherhood no man wants to join - the group of men who share the pain of losing a child. Whether that child is an infant, teenager, young or full grown adult, grieving the loss of a child is a heartache that can break the strongest of men. Now, seven men who hold membership in that fraternity of fatherhood have come together to share the sorrow of their suffering. In their own unique voices, these men tackle perspectives of being a Black father that are rarely discussed. In Color Him Father, you will step inside these very personal and intense stories of love and loss, tragedies and triumphs....But these stories will take you beyond the pain as they share their deep commitment to fatherhood. Whether you’re a man traveling a similar path, supporting someone who has made that journey, or just want to gain insight, these touching testimonies will enlighten and educate people from all walks of life. Color Him Father will encourage all fathers to renew their promises to their children, while motivating young Black men to become even more committed to the brotherhood of fatherhood.
In "Color Him Orange: The Jim Boeheim Story," award-winning sports columnist and best-selling author Scott Pitoniak identifies the sources of Basketball Hall of Fame coach Jim Boeheim's fierce competitive drive and loyalty to Syracuse. The book also examines the people who shaped Boeheim as a person and a coach, the great players he has coached, and his incredible devotion to raising money in hopes of eradicating cancer--which claimed both of his parents' lives, and has also victimized Boeheim himself.
A collection of true and candid short stories about black fathers in which the authors counter negative images and stereotypes, and instead, share intimate and loving secrets that paint a balanced portrait of black men as responsible, committed, and productive role models
Concise Dictionary of American Literary Biography covers only the American authors most frequently studied in high school and college literature courses. It extracts and fully updates essays in their entirety from the much larger Dictionary of Literary Biography series.The 6-vol. set begins each entry with a helpful chart that instantly shows the important places, influences and relationships; literary movements; major themes; cultural and artistic influences; and social and economic influences that most affected the featured author's work. The set is organized chronologically.Each volume is devoted to a single historical period, covering 30-40 representative writers from all genres. They include:Colonization to the American Renaissance, 1640-1865Realism, Naturalism, and Local Color, 1865-1917The Twenties, 1917-1929The Age of Maturity, 1929-1941The New Consciousness, 1941-1968Broadening Views, 1968-1988The Supplement to the 6-vol. set, Modern American Writers, provides additional information on 20th-century authors featured in the original volumes.
The novelization to the new feature film starring Jennifer Lopez and Billy Campbell, and directed by Michael Apted ("Nell, The World Is Not Enough"), scheduled for release on May 24, 2002. A waitress marries the man of her dreams and lives a charmed life--until she realizes he is not the man she thought she married. Soon she and her five-year-old daughter are on the run from her violent, obsessive husband.