The Big Book of Pug Holidays by Sue Cook

Follow Beans the Pug through a whole year of his favorite holidays! He dresses up, he tries to understand the humans, but ultimately just like any other pug, he often thinks about food. Thankfully, most holidays can satisfy his hunger!

This book features full-color watercolor illustrations for the holidays of New Year’s, Chinese New Year, Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Fourth of July, Halloween, and Christmas.

This is a fun read for any pug lover young or old!

Author: Sue Cook

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Del Boca Are We There Yet?: (The Alternative Present) by Charles A. Mills

Reality is no respecter of delusions, except perhaps in Del Boca, a model American community, struggling to be heard above the din. The days are fully packed as the good people of Del Boca deal with such problems as elitism, education reform, celebrity culture, political correctness, free speech, science, and politics. A social satire about life in our times.

Author: Charles A. Mills

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Abused By Her Brother, but We Shared the Best Kiss: The Power of Friendship by Evenson Dufour

“Nerve-racking… The seemingly perfect way to tell a true, touching story. The invented word CLOSEPHOBIA is in its perfect context, but the situation is heartbreaking. The words ‘closephobia and closephobic’ in their contexts make me smile. __Pale Ak Ayiti Tribune “A tense tale, shocking in its intensity, and is compelling in its stage… The kiss is an amazing, natural circumstance with the flavor of trust, love, and appreciation. Yes, a good piece of writing…” __Millennium Writers “A brilliant way to provide enough ideas about friendship and the plot of this true story suits for movie.” __Bruce Azkiel She had told me to recall all the wonderful moments we had had as a way to gain strength in difficult times during my life, and she claimed our friendship was the best gift from God, but today I am far from her while my mind making me feel that I could not stop being near her constantly.I understood very well that there were dark, furious occurrences that could suck the life out of her, drained her wonderful personality. And at this point of life, they carried exceptional qualities about her that she could not uncover before our friendship. I could feel something rippled deep in her soul, like something causing intense pain in the guts. “I have kept this hurtful secret as a mental slave who would never hope for liberation or freedom.” Don’t get me wrong, this didn’t mean that I didn’t have friends at all. But, “True friendship with a girl” like the one I was going to develop with Yvalia was like a new world for me. These five bold font words in the preceding sentence are big words. Yes, they’re Powerful, Intimidating, and Splendid. These are words for heroes, for those who brave the impossible, who can control the part of their bodies below the belly button, and make the real difference between friendship and relationship with the opposite sex.Armed with my enthusiasm and good intention as a self-described “protector,” I set out to write “Abused By Her Brother: But We Shared the Best Kiss;” this book talks about how people of opposite sexes can benefit from a true friendship, but this book also explains the story of a seven-year-old girl abused by her oldest brother. I felt a rush of empowered dignity, true friendship, and profound respect. This is the person that I became in order to help my unforgettable friendship with Yvalia.After you have wisely purchased this book and read it, you have my permission to use it as the best example to prove that people from opposite sexes can be friends without having sexual implication. You are also free to undoubtedly unveil your criticisms about it. I think your criticisms will be like flavors making this book one of the best of its kind because my most significant, esteemed, and brave commentator isn’t somebody else but you, for you spent your money to buy this book.

Author: Evenson Dufour

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Incredibly Toxic Online Reviews of Tempest Moody by Dwayne Fry

Tempest Moody is a highly opinionated woman who is nearly impossible to please. Unfortunately for her, she lives in the town of Wetwater, Michigan, which is infamous for being the worst place on the planet for customer service. How does Tempest deal with the constant frustration of the incompetence she must endure at every turn? She fries everyone in her path in scathing online reviews. Often times she includes gossip about her friends and family as well. Follow a full year of Tempest’s nastiest online reviews.

Author: Dwayne Fry

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews