Author: Bugbird Tim
Author: Bugbird Tim
... the Sea Monsters Signature Silly Carnival Silly Safari Silly Sandwich Silly ... Horseshoes Skittle Pool Skittles Skittles Bingo Skittle Shoot - Out Skix ...
Author: Filis Frederick
Category: Technology & Engineering
View: 326A professional designer offers expert advice on developing craft and toy ideas, protecting the design, and selling it to the right party
Squawking Silly Goose. Where the chips fall is ulti mately not ... Dr. Bingo and Space Bingo kits should be out by Christmas, Safari Monkgomery in January.
View: 376New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
A parade of townsfolk and kin weave their colorful way through the trials, tribulations, and ultimate triumphs of our heroines, in this spirited novel of the South that appeals as much to the funny bone as to the heart.
Author: Rita Mae Brown
View: 179Two elderly widows, Julia and Louise Hunsenmeir, fight over Ed Tutweiler, while Julia's daughter, Nickel, faces her own battles to save the local newspaper from corporate takeover and understand her own sexuality. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.
4.95 Spill and Spell ( 2-4 ) .5.95 Consonant Bingo ( K - 3 ) .4.95 Sequence Bingo ( 1-4 ) .4.95 Color & Shape Bingo ( K - 2 ) .4.95 Silly Sounds Consonants ...
For fans of Dave Eggers, Teju Cole, and James McBride, comes this extraordinary novel of morality and the redemptive powers of art that offers a glimpse into an African underworld rarely described in fiction.
Author: James A. Levine
Publisher: Random House
View: 611For fans of Dave Eggers, Teju Cole, and James McBride, comes this extraordinary novel of morality and the redemptive powers of art that offers a glimpse into an African underworld rarely described in fiction. Meet Bingo, the greatest drug runner in the slums of Kibera, Nairobi, and maybe the world. A teenage grifter, often mistaken for a younger boy, he faithfully serves Wolf, the drug lord of Kibera. Bingo spends his days throwing rocks at Krazi Hari, the prophet of Kibera’s garbage mound, “lipping” safari tourists of their cash, and hanging out with his best friend, Slo-George, a taciturn fellow whose girth is a mystery to Bingo in a place where there is never enough food. Bingo earns his keep by running “white” to a host of clients, including Thomas Hunsa, a reclusive artist whose paintings, rooted in African tradition, move him. But when Bingo witnesses a drug-related murder and Wolf sends him to an orphanage for “protection,” Bingo’s life changes and he learns that life itself is the “run.” A modern trickster tale that draws on African folklore, Bingo’s Run is a wildly original, often very funny, and always moving story of a boy alone in a corrupt and dangerous world who must depend on his wits and inner resources to survive. ONE OF LIBRARY JOURNAL’S OUTSTANDING NEW VOICES TO CONSIDER “Bingo’s voice guides us; by turns he is aggressive, confident, smart, cynical, but also naive. Bingo tosses his observations at us with great urgency, almost percussively, in a staccato manner that recalls gunshots. And though he’s blunt, he’s also a sensitive observer. . . . Levine is creating a sense of an entire world, raffish and fast. . . . The larger story Levine is telling . . . is the story of a person’s mind, and of the good, bad, and indifferent forces that make him what he is—and that story is told with compassion and intelligence.”—The Boston Globe “James A. Levine is a deeply gifted writer who reaches into the dirt, sweat, and diesel of modern-day Nairobi and introduces us to a young innocent whose adventures are unforgettable. Bingo’s runs between joy and death, laughter and sorrow, survival and redemption, will make you feel like cheering.”—James McBride, author of The Good Lord Bird and The Color of Water “Bingo’s Run is one of those rare books that infuse a potentially difficult subject with intimacy, tenderness, and humor. Social commentary, gritty comedy, and pure cinematic adrenaline meet in an utterly compelling novel with a voice all its own.”—Tash Aw, author of Five Star Billionaire “Bingo’s Run manages to read like timely news and high adventure at the same time. Levine’s main character, Bingo, is an underage drug runner, hardened orphan, and hustler extraordinaire. He’s also funny and wise well beyond his years. The rousing story of Bingo’s evolution is matched only by Levine’s portrait of modern-day Nairobi, both child and city depicted with real flair and affection.”—Victor LaValle, author of The Devil in Silver “Bingo is a fascinating and inimitably likable character. Levine, a Mayo clinic professor of medicine and well-known child advocate, excels at telling his adventurous, comic, and realistically gritty story with humor but not with pathos, successfully addressing the harsh and sometimes tragic story of a child at risk.”—Library Journal
Author: Eric Alberta
Publisher: House of Collectibles
View: 131With more than 60,000 prices listed, this revised and updated reference features the most up-to-date information on thousands upon thousands of the most sought-after items. New this year are sections on movie memorabilia and buying and selling on the Internet. Illustrations throughout.
School Days How Plants Grow Color & Shape Bingo ( K - 2 ) 4.95 7.95 Signs of Fall Getting to know Myself Dictionary Silly Sounds Consonants .
Author: Judy Gabrovec
Publisher: Ready-Ed Publications
Category: English language
Bounce It , Say It , Catch It , Spell It . Silly ( and Serious ) Pocket ... Sight Word Soup Sight Word Safari Squirt and Spell Magic Wand Words Oh , No !
Author: Joan Novelli
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
View: 643Presents a collection of lessons and activities to help students improve their reading skills.
The King of all Evilness and Vileness is bored!
Author: Amanda Rice
View: 695The King of all Evilness and Vileness is bored! Bored sitting on his most uncomfortable bone encrusted throne. Bored at having to look at the same pained, tortured pus filled faces each day. He wants a new challenge, a new perspective! Yep, he has been thinking! Thinking of returning to Earth to complete his last three deeds. Why not? He had a really wonderful time last time! Mingling with the unsuspecting, somewhat stupid puny Humans. Yep! Why not return? What's holidng him back? Nothing! After all he is The Devil! He can do anything! Sorted! He will return to Earth once more to complete his good deeds.Join Satan and his trusted Demons, Xaphan and Baal as they once again set off on another hilarious Earth adventure. Baal is buzzing with excitement, he can't wait to visit Earth! Xaphan on the other hand is not so keen! He is filled with dread at having to once again take on human form and mingle with tea drinking, biscuit crunching, stinky humans.Salsa Dancing, visiting a safari park and playing Bingo are just a few of the hilarious things the trio get up to!Will the deeds be finally completed? Join them on their humorous fantasy adventure to find out!
Author: Sharon Huxford
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
View: 689Once again, over 50,000 listings from reliable sources are included and carefully checked by an authority on the subject. More than 400 expert advisors make sure only the best and most accurate data remains. Hundreds of sharp photographs accompany the 500+ categories -- glass and porcelain, match holders, purses, cookie jars, jewelry, advertising, furniture, dolls, records -- you name it, Schroeder's has it! History and other pertinent facts complement the descriptive listings, which reflect the current market and developing trends.
... POOLAN 111007- -21463713 SILENT BINGO Bourds awes , mc . ... INIEKUTICUL , IN 09DE86- -21431323 SILLY SAFARI Juru BRADLA CORONY 020090-0 - 74034036 ...
Category: Computer industry
... 213, 280 Road Trip Bingo (app), 166, 284 Robb, Michael, 99, 100–101, 181–82 Robinson, Bill “Bojangles,” 191, ... 220, 242–43, 274 Safari, So Good!
Author: Jason Boog
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
View: 267A new dad and publishing insider describes how to raise a child's IQ and give him or her a competitive advantage through interactive reading and provides step-by-step instructions for developing and nurturing an early interest in books. Original.
... who hit the pop charts with “Surfin' Safari” in 1962, then “Surfin' U.S.A.” in 1963, ... “The songs are carefree, silly, almost impish,” he adds.
Author: Mary Lou Sullivan
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
View: 822(Book). Kinky Friedman has always maintained his Kinkster persona and hidden Richard Friedman from the public eye. Using one-liners, humor, and occasional rudeness, he follows the advice of his friend Bob Dylan to keep an aura of mystery. Author Mary Lou Sullivan spent many contentious days and nights at Kinky's Texas Hill Country ranch before he trusted her enough to open up and speak candidly. Best known as an irreverent cigar-chomping Jewish country-and-western singer, turned author, turned politician, Kinky has dined on monkey brains in the jungles of Borneo, supped with presidents, and vacationed with Bob Dylan in the tiny fishing village of Yelapa, Mexico. A satirist who loves pushing the envelope, he's been attacked onstage, received bomb threats, and put on the only show in Austin City Limits' history deemed too offensive to air. From the 1970s music scene in L.A. with Tom Waits and the Band, to political platforms advocating legalized marijuana, to friendships with John Belushi, Joseph Heller, Don Imus, Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam, and Billy Bob Thornton, this is the candid account based on dozens and years of interviews of the larger-than-life Texan who is still writing books and songs, recording albums, and performing for enthusiastic audiences throughout the world.
... including “Surfin' Safari” (1962), “Surfin' U.S.A.” (1963), “Surfer Girl” ... silly plot twists, toe-tapping tunes, nonstop dancing, girls in bikinis, ...
Author: David Mansour
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
View: 863More than 150 million Americans were born after the post-World War II years. Almost all of them know, remember, and hold dear to their hearts the numerous memories that stretch From ABBA to Zoom. Take a walk . . . down memory lane, you Boomers and Gen Xers! From ABBA to Zoom is sure to grab anyone born in the 1950s, '60s, '70s, or '80s. Whether you grew up watching The Huckleberry Hound Show, Johnny Quest, or Sesame Street, this cultural encyclopedia is sure to draw you into a nostalgic and fun-filled read that you just can't put down. American pop culture aficionado David Mansour spent 18 years accumulating an extensive collection of dolls, lunch boxes, board games, TV memorabilia, and other items from the 1960s through the '90s. That fascination, along with his lifelong lists--from "best toys" to "all-time coolest singers"--were the genesis for this wide-ranging volume of Boomer and Generation X treasures. Readers will relish the mere mention of some of their greatest childhood and adolescent connections, then rush to learn the well-researched details behind those icons. Farrah Fawcett's feathered hair, James Bond movies, Lost in Space, Woodstock--it's all here! In page after page, more than 3,000 references arranged alphabetically make this a true trip through the Boom Times. Totally groovy!
Shape Safari , p . 51 Answers will vary . ... Possible answers include : Fractions Bingo , pp . ... 10 11 12 1 10 9 9 3 Silly Fractions , p . 61 1.
Author: Betsy Franco
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
View: 44550 super-fun math reproducibles that help kids build essential math skills and meet the NCTM standards.
Category: Computer industry
From the best-selling author of Rubyfruit Jungle and Bingo, here is a writers' manual as provocative, frank, and funny as her fiction.
Author: Rita Mae Brown
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
View: 455From the best-selling author of Rubyfruit Jungle and Bingo, here is a writers' manual as provocative, frank, and funny as her fiction. Unlike most writers' guides, this one had as much to do with how writers live as with mastering the tools of their trade. Rita Mae Brown begins with a very personal account of her own career, from her days as a young poet who had written a novel no publisher wanted to take a chance on, right up to her recent adventures as a Hollywood screenwriter. In a sassy style that makes her outspoken advice as entertaining as it is useful, she provides straight talk about paying the rent while maintaining the energy to write; and dealing with agents, publishers, critics, and the publicity circus; about pursuingj ournalisim, academia, or screen-writing; and about rejecting the Hemingway myth of the hard-living, hard-drinking genius. In addition Brown, a former teacher or writing, offers a serious examination of the writer's tool--language, plotting, characters, symbolism--plus exercises to sharpen the ear for dialogue, and a fascinating, annoted reading list of important works from the seventh century to the late twentieth.
“No, silly. Is gambling all you think I do? ... striped, and camouflaged most of the house in a safari theme that only Walt Disney could admire.
Author: D.S. Lucas
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc
View: 942Change is hard for Mitzi Miller, a spunky, elderly widow who misses her house and the way things used to be. After her husband dies, she regretfully sells the fixer-upper she owned for half-a-century. Mitzi is still homesick nearly five years later. On her seventy-sixth birthday, she grants her own wish to return “home” with a bizarre request for an old pencil sharpener she left behind. There she embarks on a nostalgic journey led by her memories and the new owner's bouncy dog. Can this visit bring Mitzi the closure she needs to help her move on?