This school notebook is perfect for kids, teens, tween boys & girls, men & women, all who love gaming & video games! Featuring a cover with retro video game controllers, this college ruled lined notepad is a fun back to school essential for gaming lovers to take notes in class, use as a homework tracker, summer vacation diary, daily planner, gratitude journal, to-do list checklist, sketches, drawings, doodles & more! Easy gift idea for children & adults who love video games. Ideal for students in middle, high school, college & university for a birthday, Christmas present, Easter basket stuffer. Also great for teachers, teaching assistants, classroom helpers, etc. Measures 8.5" x 11", 120 pages/60 sheets, college ruled, square bound, 1 subject. Click the link above to Pixel Dreams Press for more options in the Video Game Lovers series and for more kids & adult notebooks, pocket journals, gratitude journals, travel notebook diaries, daily planners & calendars, composition books, sketch books, doodle books, to-do lists, diary books, diaries, music sheets, song writing notebook journals, recipe trackers, graph paper & more. *** Thanks for checking out our books! ***
What started as a normal, everyday, child-sucked-into-a-magical-land-to-fulfill-an-inane-quest has changed Fairyland forever. In the continuation of SKOTTIE YOUNG'S saccharine fantasy-satire, Gertrude hands over the spotlight to Larry, Duncan Dragon, and some of Fairyland's other supporting cast, misfits, and forgotten threats. Collects I HATE FAIRYLAND #16-20
When Tony del Rio's resort-owner father orders him to spend time with Lady Leticia Montague-Brown, an important but notorious guest, Tony pays his friend Matt to take over the job, but their behavior threatens to spoil their relationships with their girlf
This book presents stories of adult only-childrens' experience and offers an insight into the dilemmas and challenges only-children face particularly in interpersonal relationships and self-image. The focus is on revealing and making sense of adult only-child experience for only-children and those who live, parent, or work with them professionally.
This collection expands on Susie Orbach's claim that obsessive eating or non-eating behavior is an individual, albeit political, response to a "complex set of social circumstances" in which women find themselves. Theoretical pieces here bolster her views, exploring the neopuritanical replacement of sex by food, compulsive eating as anger, and symmetries between the bulimic and anorexic internalization of ego boundaries and strategies for control. Essays highlighting alternative therapies are full of case references and the compelling voices of sufferers.
Collects Hawkeye (2016) #1-12. Remember Hawkeye? No, not that Hawkeye - your favorite Hawkeye! The former Young Avenger, the butt-kicking hero who had to save that other Hawkguy all the time and basically keep his life in some semblance of order. Yup, you know her - it's the dazzling Kate Bishop, making a splash in her own solo series as the City of Angels gets a new guardian angel. There are crimes to solve, and she's the best archer to handle 'em! But is she ready to face the ghosts of her past? This is Kate Bishop as you've never seen her before, in a stirring saga that really hits the mark!
Through lively and revealing interviews with women from various walks of life, this account speaks directly to the single black woman's experience, addressing unique challenges such as income discrepancies between genders, the high rate of male incarceration, and the ""Baby Mama Syndrome."" Women discuss the false expectations they face from men, from families, and from friends as well as reevaluate dating, single home ownership, career choices, having children?or not?and caring for aged parents. Their conclusion: singlehood, whether temporary or perm.
Kirkston Abbey is no place for weak or sensitive boys. Unsupervised bullies wreak their vengeance on younger boys in the dormitories at night; cold, exacting professors reduce their students to tears in class. Jonathan can't believe his good fortune when Richard seeks out his friendship. Richard is everything Jonathan is not: wealthy, strong, handsome, aloof; even the teachers can't touch him. With Richard as his protector, for the first time Jonathan feels safe. But something is a bit off-kilter with his new friend, something slightly unnatural, something ... dangerous.
A physician, whose encounters with patients lead him to help them physically and emotionally, becomes involved in an affair with a female patient, despite the fact that she is in love with her abortionist and he does not believe in dating patients.
Control Me is book 3 of the Bleeding Angels MC series. Books 4-6, Deny Me, Protect Me, and Unchain Me are available everywhere now! I was left a prisoner to the worst people in the world. He was my only ray of hope. The only man I’ve ever loved. We swore to keep each other safe. Even if it means both of us doing the unthinkable. AIMEE Six years ago, they gunned my father down in the streets like a dog. Ever since that day, I was left a prisoner to the worst people in the world. My only comfort came from Jake. He was my best friend, my rock, my one reason to live. He’s the only man who could make me forget all the terrible memories. Who makes me feel whole. He’s my best friend, but I want something more. I just hope that he’ll see it. Before it’s too late. Before the Bleeding Angels take away what little hope and dignity we have left. JAKE The two of us were always close. Best friends since we were in diapers. But our destiny was always going to be different. She had a glimmer of hope, and all I have were the Bleeding Angels. I can see the way Aimee looks at me. I know what she wants, because I feel it too. And when one of the bastards in the Bleeding Angels put their hands on her, something snapped inside of me. Awakened a monster that I can’t hold back. The devils want to take away what little she has left, and I’ll do whatever it takes to save her. Because she’s mine.