The Kid

Author: Bill Nowlin

Publisher: Rounder Records

ISBN: 9781579400941

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 359

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Ted Williams was a giant of a man, the likes of whom America may never see again. Enshrined in Cooperstown in 1966, in the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Ted Williams was also the first living athlete to be honored with his own Museum - the Ted Williams Museum and Hitter's Hall of Fame.

The Kid in the Red Jacket

Author: Barbara Park

Publisher: Yearling

ISBN: 030779704X

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 144

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If you thought Junie B. Jones was FUNNY—catch more laughs from New York Times bestselling author Barbara Park with her hilarious middle-grade novels—just right for fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid and I Funny! Can Howard SURVIVE life without friends? Howard Jeeter’s parents have ruined his life. They’ve moved him across the country, and all the kids in his new town act like he’s totally invisible. At least, all of them except for his six-year-old neighbor, Molly Vera Thompson. Howard could use a friend. But a little girl who talks nonstop? Not what he had in mind. Still, when you’re really lonely, you’ll be friends with anyone…right? An IRA-CBC Children’s Choice A Library of Congress Children’s Book of the Year A Parents’ Choice Gold Award Winner * “Park writes in a witty and bittersweet style about the awkward, supersensitive age of early adolescence. Another first-rate addition to the middle-grade popular reading shelf.” —School Library Journal, Starred “[A] witty middle-grade novel.” —Publishers Weekly

Kate and the Kid

Author: Joyce Bollinger Ritenour

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462890224

Category: Fiction

Page: 183

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Trying to find a mysterious youngster proves to be a handful for Kate and Martha when they attempt to find a young child stealing various things in their neighborhood, but not as challenging as being lost in an abandoned mine in the attempt. Then learn that the boy’s father is the thief.

The Kid Code

Author: Brenda Miller

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1982269510

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 318

View: 7639


This book and its one hundred 30 Second parenting strategies take the anger and confusion out of parenting and bring us back to sanity and love as a natural response - no pretending, and no (or less) hollering, complaining, demanding and mumbling nasty stuff under our breath. When used long-term, long-term patience and wisdom show up, and short-term craziness vanishes; or at least makes fewer, less stressful appearances. When you use these strategies, you'll find that they give you and your kids 'right now relief'. To go from chaos to calmness in 30 seconds is nothing less than a miracle!

Billy the Kid's Last Ride

Author: John A. Aragon

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 1611392195

Category: Fiction

Page: 278

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The orphaned, bucktoothed, New York Irish boy speaks Spanish and wears a Mexican sombrero. He claims his name is William Bonney. His amigos call him “Kid.” To newspapers in the New Mexico Territory and across America, he is “Billy the Kid.” William was among the bravest of the McSween alliance in the Lincoln County War. He was lucky, too—lucky enough to shoot his way out when the rest of his faction was cornered and slaughtered in battle. He was later captured and condemned to hang, but he killed his guards and escaped. Now, William has one last chance. He heads into Old Mexico with his lover, the fierce Apache maiden Tzoeh. There he hopes to start a new life, live in peace and obscurity, and be forgotten. But powerful Anglo ranchers plot to use William’s hot temper, unmatched courage, consummate loyalty to his amigos, and superb skill with a six-gun for their own ends.

The Kid Turned Out Fine

Author: Paula Ford-Martin

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1440518025

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 272

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A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.

Eddie the Kid

Author: Leo Zeilig

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 1780993684

Category: Fiction

Page: 282

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Eddie Bereskin wants to change the world and stop the war, instead his life unravels after he is arrested on a Halloween protest in 2002. An incredible story about loss and hope set in London, Eddie the Kid takes us to the anti-war movement and two generations of activists, where, amid rioting and arrests, the destinies of Eddie and his sister Esther have been shaped.

The Kid's Address Book

Author: Michael Levine

Publisher: Perigee Trade

ISBN: 9780399518751

Category: Celebrities

Page: 219

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Now completely revised with 500 new addresses and 300 new e-mail addresses, The Kid's Address Book is one of Perigee's perennial sellers. This fun and valuable resource guide allows kids to contact their favorite superstars--Leonardo DiCaprio, Michael Jordan, Tara Lipinsky, Will Smith, Celine Dion, The Spice Girls and hundreds more.Used in schools across America and by everyone from the White House staff to Barbara Walters, this unbelievable book provides the most current addresses of thousands of the world's most powerful, popular and influential people. It's a must-have reference for every home, school, office--and for every kid!

The Electric Church

Author: Jeff Somers

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0748119566

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

View: 8854


In the System of Federated Nations, a new religion is growing fast. The Electric Church offers eternal life - the only catch is, you've got to be killed first. Millions have had their brains placed in advanced cybernetic bodies, making them immortal. But rumour has it that the new converts aren't quite as willing as the Monks make out. Avery Cates is a low-life contract killer, prepared to slit anyone's throat for a few measly Yen. But even he gets the heebie-jeebies from the plasticised, eternally-serene stare of the Monks. He'll have to come face to face with them soon enough though, because Cates is on the run from the System Cops and can only redeem himself by taking out the head of the Electric Church. That's if the gun-toting, super-augmented cybernetic Monks don't get to his own head first . . .

Beat Drama

Author: Deborah Geis

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1472567897

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 376

View: 300


Readers and acolytes of the vital early 1950s-mid 1960s writers known as the Beat Generation tend to be familiar with the prose and poetry by the seminal authors of this period: Jack Kerouac, Gregory Corso, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Diane Di Prima, and many others. Yet all of these authors, as well as other less well-known Beat figures, also wrote plays-and these, together with their countercultural approaches to what could or should happen in the theatre-shaped the dramatic experiments of the playwrights who came after them, from Sam Shepard to Maria Irene Fornes, to the many vanguard performance artists of the seventies. This volume, the first of its kind, gathers essays about the exciting work in drama and performance by and about the Beat Generation, ranging from the well-known Beat figures such as Kerouac, Ginsberg and Burroughs, to the "Afro-Beats†? - LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka), Bob Kaufman, and others. It offers original studies of the women Beats - Di Prima, Bunny Lang - as well as groups like the Living Theater who in this era first challenged the literal and physical boundaries of the performance space itself.