Sorry I Can't I Have Plans With My Rat

Author: J M Skinner

Publisher: Independently Published



Page: 102

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This Sorry I Can't I Have Plans With My Rat College Ruled Composition Notebook features 100 pages, 7.5 x 9.25 inches in size, and has a matte cover.

Sorry I Can't My Rat and Me Have Plans

Author: Owthornes Notebooks




Page: 120

View: 720

Do you your child or somebody you know love or own a beautiful rat? perhaps you are looking for that extra special gift for the rat fan in your life, this perfect notepad is handy for everyday use, be it school, home, work, diaries, journal's, lists, gym you name it this quality lined pad will be great in your household. lined pages handy 6 x 9 inches great for all writing tasks perfect gift
Business & Economics

Top Performer

Author: Stephen Lundin And Carr Hagerm

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 176

View: 334

Stephen Lundin has helped thousands of people to transform their businesses through the phenomenal bestselling FISH! series. Now, the pioneering author has developed a new formula for success that demonstrates how the energy, passion and dynamism that street performers bring to their art can be harnessed by managers to enliven businesses and to inject a massive boost to sales. In this engaging parable, Jim, a disciplined but uninspired sales manager encounters a street performer and is struck by his ability to engage his audience and how good he makes the people around him feel. The two join forces and the result is a book that is packed with innovative techniques to produce dramatic improvements in natural energy and sales performance. Top Performer's simple but life-changing lessons include:  - Claim Your Pitch (Own your work, and stand out as the unique and authentic you.)  - Mine the Mess (Look for inspiration in unexpected places.)  - Choose Your Close (Make it original, so they'll never forget you.)  - . . . and so much more!
Juvenile Fiction

The Year of The Rat

Author: Clare Furniss

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 320

View: 567

I always thought you'd know, somehow, if something terrible was going to happen. I thought you'd sense it, like when the air goes damp and heavy before a storm and you know you'd better hide yourself away somewhere safe until it all blows over. But it turns out it's not like that at all. There's no scary music playing in the background like in films. No warning signs. Not even a lonely magpie. One for sorrow, Mum used to say. Quick, look for another. The world can tip at any moment … a fact that fifteen-year-old Pearl is all too aware of when her mum dies after giving birth to her baby sister. Told across the year following her mother's death, Pearl's story is full of bittersweet humour and heartbreaking honesty about how you deal with grief that cuts you to the bone, as she tries not only to come to terms with losing her mum, but also the fact that her sister - The Rat - is a constant reminder of why her mum is no longer around…

Light at the Rat Pond

Author: Richard Newberry

Publisher: WestBow Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 378

View: 843

Can the Icks' friendship survive the unique new boy from Arkansas? How does Kate Hobbs tell her son she's responsible for his father's murder? Will the watching evil destroy the Icks and Kate? Find out in this prize-winning new Christian novel!

The Rat Trap

Author: Chike Ebebe



Category: Nigeria

Page: 85

View: 479

The Rat Catcher

Author: Andrew Laszlo




Page: 192

View: 461

The Rat Catcher is a who-dun-it when the doer is cheered on, as The Rat sets out to execute the perpetrators of the Holocaust who received no punishment, or merely a slap on the wrist for their gruesome crimes. The executions are vivid and gruesome, befitting the crimes of the perpetrators. A Hungarian super sleuth and a NYPD senior detective are assigned the task of running down and bringing to justice the serial killer. Their chase runs over three continents, and altogether takes ten years. The never do manage to catch The Rat, and the identity of the serial killer, even after 25 killings (executions) remains a mystery to all but the NYPD detective and the reader. A great story, well told by a retired ciunematographer (SHOGUN his most famous credit) who knows how to lay out a vivid scene.
Children's periodicals, American

The Youth's Companion

Author: Nathaniel Willis



Category: Children's periodicals, American


View: 478

Includes music.
Children's literature

St. Nicholas




Category: Children's literature


View: 961

Adventure stories

Rat Race

Author: Dick Francis



Category: Adventure stories

Page: 191

View: 126