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Try, Try Again


Try, Try Again


$7.44


"In Try, Try Again, Gus shows his friend, Marco, a trick on his skateboard. It isn’t easy at first, but the more he tries, the better he gets. With a wonderful surprise ending, Gus shows us just how far a little youthful enthusiasm and imagination can take you". — Charles Wiederhold, Ph.D., author of Cooperative Learning and Higher Level Thinking and international lecturer

Please Is a Good Word to Say


Please Is a Good Word to Say


$3.95


Please is a good word to say. It puts a smile on your words. And thatas not the only advice curly-burly-haired Harriet has for you. Asking, taking, interrupting, eating, answering the phoneaif thereas a nice way to do it, Harriet can tell you just how to do it. Jennifer Plecasa infectious illustrations bring Barbara Joosseas hilarious heroine to life in this offbeat and adorable approach to manners. Kids will be (very politely) clamoring to hear it over and over again . . . and parents will be pleased to oblige.

There, I Fixed It: (No, You Didn't)


There, I Fixed It: (No, You Didn’t)


$15.03


Whoever coined the phrase "A picture is worth a thousand words" clearly has not stumbled upon the Cheezburger Network’s ThereIFixedIt.com. Here, a picture is worth countless inaudible gasps, and we’re guessing more than a few quiet stares of disbelief. "There, I Fixed It (No, You Didn’t)" celebrates the kludge (a quick-and-dirty, clumsy, or inelegant-yet-effective solution to a problem, typically using parts that are cobbled together) in its many incarnations as presented on the popular Web site ThereIFixedIt.com. The book features over 200 full-color images of TIFI.com’s daily kludge winners, along with the signature witty commentary that characterizes typical reactions to the hilarious DIY disasters and work-arounds. If you’re still unsure as to what qualifies, we think the minivan held together by duct tape leaves little room for confusion. After all, in that guy’s defense, multiple rolls of carefully affixed duct tape are certainly cheaper than a new coat of paint (just try to avoid puddles and rain). Certain to generate bellyache-inducing revelry, "There, I Fixed It (No, You Didn’t)" may even inspire you to fashion your very own kludge. Please note that we give extra points to those brave enough to merge an open flame with a propane gas tank and electrical wire. Bonus points if you can then make the item travel on wheels at speeds greater than 50 miles per hour. So, home enthusiasts, would-be inventors, and all who miserably failed engineering, kludge away with the Cheezburger Network’s "There, I Fixed It (No, You Didn’t)."

Please, Papa


Please, Papa


$8.35


Alice was making a farm in the middle of her bedroom. She asked Mama for a pig and chickens for her farm, but when Mama didn’t have a horse, Alice turned to her papa. "Please, Papa," said Alice. "Okay," said Papa, who, since Alice asked so nicely, put her on his back and trotted around like a horse himself. A playful story where, with the use of a single polite word, lines between the real and the imaginary become blurred as toy animals come to life. A companion to "Thank You, Mama" on FSG’s Winter 13 list, this book is perfect for a quick and playful lesson in manners.

Then Again


Then Again


$26.14


"Mom loved adages, quotes, slogans. There were always little reminders pasted on the kitchen wall. For example, the word THINK. I found THINK thumbtacked on a bulletin board in her darkroom. I saw it Scotch-taped on a pencil box she’d collaged. I even found a pamphlet titled THINK on her bedside table. Mom liked to THINK." So begins Diane Keaton’s unforgettable memoir about her mother and herself. In it you will meet the woman known to tens of millions as Annie Hall, but you will also meet, and fall in love with, her mother, the loving, complicated, always-thinking Dorothy Hall. To write about herself, Diane realized she had to write about her mother, too, and how their bond came to define both their lives. In a remarkable act of creation, Diane not only reveals herself to us, she also lets us meet in intimate detail her mother. Over the course of her life, Dorothy kept eighty-five journals–literally thousands of pages–in which she wrote about her marriage, her children, and, most probingly, herself. Dorothy also recorded memorable stories about Diane’s grandparents. Diane has sorted through these pages to paint an unflinching portrait of her mother–a woman restless with intellectual and creative energy, struggling to find an outlet for her talents–as well as her entire family, recounting a story that spans four generations and nearly a hundred years. More than the autobiography of a legendary actress, "Then Again" is a book about a very American family with very American dreams. Diane will remind you of yourself, and her bonds with her family will remind you of your own relationships with those you love the most. "From the Hardcover edition."

Two Novels: You Didn't Even Try & Imaginary Speeches for a Brazen Head


Two Novels: You Didn’t Even Try & Imaginary Speeches for a Brazen Head


$8.03


The minds, the glittering personalities and eccentrics of Berkeley and San Francisco come to life in these two novels by poet Philip Whalen. Set in the late Fifties and early Sixties, "You Didn’t Even Try and Imaginary Speeches for a Brazen Head" provide a remarkable window on the nascence of a counterculture. "Whalen’s poems are now classics but all too few readers know the equal power of his prose" -Robert Creeley

Scientists Try, Try Again


Scientists Try, Try Again


$3.95


FEATURES: – Pairs social studies and science thematically – "Shakes up the curriculum" with "Shocker" facts that interest this age group, and a lively page layout that encourages readers to discuss and share knowledge with one another – Builds background knowledge and vocabulary through front-of-book features labeled "Get on the Wavelength" and "High-Powered Words" – Includes a "Comprehension Coach" that appears regularly to model and reinforce key comprehension strategies – Provides links to relevant Internet Web sites – Exposes students to a variety of formats and text features

God Didn't Say That!


God Didn’t Say That!


$16.7


"Apologize for sin." "No consequences." "Obedience is optional." God Didn’t Say That Too many Christians misunderstand God’s principles, even the simple ones. When you misunderstand God’s principles, it causes your spiritual life to become stagnant. Spiritual growth cannot take place where true understanding has not occurred. Pastor Mikaela Cade uncovers commonly misunderstood spiritual truths and challenges those misundertandings head on by telling you, "God Didn’t Say That What You Really Need to Know to Live a Life of Radical Faith and Real Power." God’s Word is designed to be life producing, yet many times there is a disconnect between the Word and personal experience. This doesn’t have to be your reality. Get connected and learn how to live according to the Spirit. Let greater spiritual understanding propel you to new levels of commitment and obedience. This life transforming book is radical, thought-provoking, and interactive. God Didn’t Say That reveals the spiritual insights needed to move you from intellectual Christianity to powerful faith-filled living. Discover the spiritual reality behind God’s Word Overcome erroneous thinking that keeps you stuck Learn to truly walk by faith and not by sight Tear down strongholds in your life Experience a more intimate relationship with the Lord Renew Your Mind… Transform Your Life Pastor Mikaela Cade is the founder and President of Mikaela Cade Ministries, an international Christian ministry that serves the body of Christ by providing resources and services that teach, empower, and equip believers and ministry workers to fulfill their purpose. She is an anointed preacher, spiritual teacher, Christian counselor and speaker. She is currently the Senior Pastor of Vicenza Full Gospel Pentecostal Service in northern, Italy where she resides along with her husband and four children. For more information about Mikaela Cade Ministries, please visit www.mikaelacade.com.

Live! You Didn't Die!


Live! You Didn’t Die!


$15.41


Live You Didn’t Die speaks of the ravaged life of a child born from an unwanted pregnancy. In the pages of this book, you will follow this child as she struggles with multiple rejections throughout her life. Finally, as an adult, the woman’s life is forever changed after she experiences the unconditional love and acceptance of her heavenly Father. Every chapter begins with a powerful account of the child facing rejection of a specific type at certain stage in her life. Each real-life story is followed by a teaching from the Word of God that sets the stage for the readers to apply the convicting truth of Scripture and receive their own healing. Live You Didn’t Die addresses real issues that women face and is a useful tool for healing the hurting soul. Having personally experienced the delivering power of God as graphically detailed in this book gives the author credibility that women can relate to and a persuasiveness that encourage them to move forward in God. Live You Didn’t Die is unique in that it utilizes compelling testimonies from numerous developmental stages in life and couples these with convicting truth that engages the readers and allows them to initiate their own deliverance, healing and restoration. Live You Didn’t Die is a teaching tool that will benefit God’s children everywhere. The author is very passionate about bringing healing, deliverance, and restoration to God’s children. Her teaching style is transparent and empathetic. Her life’s goal is to help as many people as possible rise above their circumstances to fulfill their God-ordained destinies. Live You Didn’t Die is for the person who has had experiences that they felt could have destroyed them.

Try


Try


$3.95


A love story with an alternative-country twang, Try is a fresh, sexy novel about holding on to what you love despite all the bumps and bruises. In Denver, Colorado, Daryl Heatherly is a promising young artist trying to find her place. When she returns to the country just outside Cheyenne, Wyoming, Daryl is forced to confront her true feelings about saying goodbye to the last home her family all lived in together. And it’s there that she meets J.W. Jarrett, a World Champion rodeo cowboy and true Southern gentleman. Against her better judgment, Daryl forges ahead despite a recent heartbreak, not only dating him but joining him on the circuit to watch him ride. Though the chemistry between them is undeniable, Daryl is determined not to fall for a cowboy, with all the dust and drama that implies–especially when she finds out that J.W has secrets. But Daryl hasn’t counted on the grit of a man who has outlasted every other rider in the arena–her cowboy isn’t going to give up that easily… " Burana] earns her spurs by capturing the roar of the crowd, the smell of the horses and, most important, the heartbreak of the rodeo circuit for both cowboys and cowgirls." –"Washington"" Post" " " "Hard-not-to-like debut amid the dusty, manly rodeo circuit…a touching winter-spring romance amid full Western regalia." –"Kirkus Reviews" " " "Powerful and passionate…a wonderfully insightful tour of the world of rodeo cowboys and the women who care for them."–Madison Smartt Bell, author of WAITING FOR THE END OF THE WORLD ""

A Sensible Match


A Sensible Match


$3.95


How do you thwart well meaning, but relentless, matchmaking parents without getting caught? Abby’s perfect solution was to try too hard to chase down and please her equally reluctant counterpart, the new vicar of Midland. Lord Edwin Chappell was certainly startled by her performance but too smart to be taken in by Abby’s act. Just as she was showing him that she was anything but the perfect vicar’s wife, he was trying to prove that her idea of a vicar was quite as far fetched. After a humorous battle of wits and wills between the young couple, tragic events lead the matchmaking parents to stand against the match just when Abby and Edwin are falling in love. Now, the couple must decide to obey the time-honored dictates of their respective families or follow the path they believe God has now chosen for them.

Please, Puppy, Please


Please, Puppy, Please


$4.95


Away from the gate, puppy puppy, please, puppy. Oh wait, puppy, wait, please, please, please, please…. In page after page of tail-wagging fun, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Spike Lee and his wife, Beacon Award-winning producer Tonya Lewis Lee, take a close-up look at what happens when a couple of high-energy toddlers meet their match in an adventurous pup who has no plans of letting up. Irresistible illustrations by Coretta Scott King Award winner Kadir Nelson unleash countless memorable moments of toddlerhood, and puppyhood, which families with four-legged friends will enjoy over and over again. A Children’s Book-of-the-Month Club Main Selection A Black Expressions Book Club Featured Selection

Better Love Next Time: How the Relationship That Didn't Last Can Lead You to the One That Will


Better Love Next Time: How the Relationship That Didn’t Last Can Lead You to the One That Will


$3.95


"Better Love Next Time" offers help in coping with the pain and heartache of a bad breakup, but more than that, it reveals how to overcome the lingering damage that a broken relationship can leave behind – how to heal your romantic soul. J.M. Kearns presents a simple (and entertaining) way to diagnose what went wrong, so history won’t have to repeat itself, and explains how to decode the "guide to compatibility" written in your own past. Witty, frank, and full of real-life stories, Better Love Next Time ensures that when you do find a new love, you will arrive whole, renewed, and empowered to make it the one that lasts. In "Better Love Next Time," J.M. Kearns discusses: how to deal with the "wall of pain" that is a broken heart, and what is waiting beyond the wall why "falling in love" too often doesn’t lead to love; and how to change that how our attempts to avoid being cheated on again can make us choose exactly the wrong partners the real key to faithfulness in a partner the surprising toll that cheating takes on the cheater how a mismatch can trick you into feeling inadequate how to replace what you’ve lost after a breakup how good matches go bad – the ultimate scoop on how to make your next (good) match last. "Read it, people. J.M. Kearns’s new book called "Better Love Next Time.".. The book’s main premise is that people often repeat the same mistakes in successive relationships, but if you can diagnose what really went wrong with your exes, you can have better relationships in the future." — Erin Meanley, "Glamour.com" "If you’re searching for love, then you should start with this refreshingly intelligent and insightful dating guide." –Shari Low, "Daily Record" "Self-help books often make me skittish – but not this one. Kearns’s advice is sound and good: he tells us to look inward, to be honest with ourselves, to stay the course. A chapter called How Good Matches Go Bad is, alone, worth the book’s price…He says our demons will invariably rise up and try to disrupt …It’s important to learn to step back when you sense trouble ‘and ask yourself, who is talking here?’ Are there old grudges in play? Old hurts stinging? False lessons echoing that have nothing to do with the two of you?" –Susan Schwartz, "Montreal Gazette"

Yes, Please! No, Thank You!


Yes, Please! No, Thank You!


$3.46


Glin Dibley, a major talent whose illustrations were hailed as "exuberant" by "School Library Journal," and author Valerie Wheeler combine forces to create a rollicking, riotous picture book that will have youngsters giggling and shouting with delight. Yes, kids will happily shout out the answers to the wonderfully silly questions posed in this picture book. And no, they won’t even realize they’re learning about manners at the same time, because they’ll be having way too much fun. The bright and goofy text simply encourages young ones and their parents to make a joyful noise in chorus with the happy little boy in the story. "Would you like to ride on the back of a dolphin?–Yes, please " "Would you like the dolphin to steal your bathing suit?–No, thank you." "Would you like to visit the fair and go on all the rides?–Yes, please " "Would you like to throw up on the lady beside you?–No, thank you." Will children want to read this over and over and over again? Oh, yes please


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