Your kids read Where's Wally—celebrating his 25th anniversary—and you can't help but get drawn into the search for the four-eyed fool and his dog, wizard, and girlfriend. Surely there's a version for grown-ups? Of course! Where's Willy? is a great fun book for the sausage-chaser in your life! The concept is slightly rude, but this book treats the subject manner in a subtle way. The material is handled in a delicate manner and is great for a giggle! With three star characters throughout who bear an uncanny resemblance to Tiger Woods, Bill Clinton, and Michael Douglas, the search for little Willies around the world begins! This special pocket rocket edition comes with a handy magnifying glass to help with your search.
The grown-up answer to Where's Waldo has finally arrived—take a plunge into the world of the Willies in this hilariously irreverent and naughty eye spy book Willy has hidden himself away in all sorts of nooks, crannies, and holes—and it's up to you to root him out. Search the pages of this beautifully illustrated book for tiny Willy amidst gorgeous two page spreads as he bikes through Vegas, takes in a baseball game, and so much more. The concept is slightly rude, but the book is not filled with huge, graphic images of male members. The material is handled in a delicate manner and is sure to get a good laugh out of sausage chasers everywhere. With three star characters throughout who bear an uncanny resemblance to Tiger Woods, Bill Clinton, and Michael Douglas, the search for little Willies around the world has begun!
Earth-dwelling fourth-grader Willy Maykit couldn’t be more excited about his school field trip to Planet Ed. Willy’s class will blast off for the afternoon, learn about outer space, and be home in time for dinner. But when he wanders off on his own, Willy ends up being left behind on Ed! Can Willy, along with his classmate Cindy and an alien boy named Norp, outsmart the big hungry monsters on Ed until someone rescues them? With a little help from an android who likes knock-knock jokes and a seagull with terrific aim, they just might!
April, 1975. Life just doesn't seem to want to cooperate with cabbie-artist Johnny Jump. Having helped rid his rust belt city of a dangerous, corrupt alderman and his murderous paramour he now finds himself under threat of violent termination from the underworld associates of the recently expired elected official. He is told in no uncertain terms by the local police that he must disappear. Captain Leonard Featherstone of the PD suggests Johnny cool his heels in Featherstone’s home town of Jerusalem, a centuries old port town on the upper Mississippi River. Featherstone remembers Jerusalem fondly as an idyllic boyhood fantasy, and he offers to buy Johnny a one-way bus ticket and set him up with Featherstone’s Tenth Mountain Division buddy, former biker and combat veteran turned artist One-Arm Willy Stubbs....
A collection of stories, essays, and more inspired by the country music legend and his songs. The legendary lyrics of Johnny Cash are the inspiration for this collection of creative works that put a new spin on the musical legend. For nearly five decades, Cash captivated audiences with his unique voice and candid portrayal of the gritty life of a working man, and his songs continue to strike a chord with listeners today. But it is the stories behind the music that remain with audiences and provide the inspiration for the work in this thoughtful compilation of fiction and nonfiction from contributors. What do Johnny Cash and C. S. Lewis have in common? Don Cusic offers up an interesting answer. A boy named Sue meets a girl named Fred in an endearing story by Lauren Baratz-Logsted and Greg Logsted. Robert G. Weiner explores the Man in Black as seen on TV. A teenage girl learns about fidelity, incarceration, and the profound impact of music in a powerful story by Amanda Nowlin-O’Banion. Tiffany Lee Brown’s gripping story of a Reno shooting ends with a twist. Plus, works by Gretchen Moran Laskas, Russell Rowland, Leigh H. Edwards, and more
It is often said life is at its cruelest when a parent outlives his or her child. As unnatural as that may seem, many parents find themselves in that position. Whether caused by disease, illness, accident, crime, or suicide, parents can find themselves making funeral arrangements rather than planning a child’s birthday party, graduation, or wedding. Author Sue Parker knows firsthand what that is like. In Chasing Shadows: A Mother’s Attempt to Process Her Grief, Parker shares her experiences after the death of her youngest child. For much of 2012, Rowan said he wouldn’t live to see 2013. After all, the Mayan calendar ended on December 22, 2012, so he reckoned everyone was going to die. Rather than dwell on the negativity, he grabbed every opportunity with enormous enthusiasm, including a quad bike ride that cost him his life on Boxing Day. Bereft, heartbroken, in a state of total shock, and struggling to survive, Parker felt she had two choices. She could follow him over a cliff or try to make some sense of the tragic turn her family’s lives had taken. Everyone’s experiences are different, but in Chasing Shadows: A Mother’s Attempt to Process Her Grief, those going through similar circumstances may find help in knowing what to do next...how to go forward. You’ll discover the path forward is not always easy, and there will likely be times when you find yourself wondering, Why bother? Through her experience, Parker shows you can go on, and you should.
* This is the only book out on a phenomenon that has been growing at exponential rates since its introduction in 2000: hundreds of thousands of people participate. * Geocaching has received wide coverage on television, radio, newspapers, and magazines—it is particularly popular with extreme sports and high-tech aficionados. * Teaches navigation techniques, including GPS, compass, and map; offers effective strategies for geocaching tournaments and events.