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Book: Bygone Buffoonery - The Real Fake History by Jeff Charlebois
Did you know that mankind was nearly doomed when treasonous animals - on Noah's Ark attempted a mutiny? Or that the entire Roman Empire - nearly unraveled when a crackpot Caesar swooned for--and married--his - horse? Were you aware that a flamboyant cowboy subdued bloodthirsty - gunslingers with a two-step? What about the vaudevillian hack juggler who - received his first standing ovation in a [...]
 
Book: Medical Secrets Revealed by Jeff Charlebois
Years ago, I foolishly broke my leg on a skydiving jump. Some complications set in, including a reaction to the anesthesia, food poisoning, another broken leg and a few other lovely things. My supposed three-day stay in the hospital turned into approximately two months, and yet, it didn't break my record of six months. Rather than wallow I used my time wisely and keenly observed all the on-goings [...]
 
Book: You're Funny! You Should Be A Comedian! - The Stand Up Comedy Survival Guide (Professional Stand Up Comedy) (Volume 1) by Jerry Mabbott
If you've heard, "You're Funny! You Should Be A Comedian", your entire life, this book is for you! Jerry Mabbott, a 25 year comedy veteran teaches you everything you need to know to have success in stand-up comedy. In this book, you'll learn how to write unique material that will make strangers laugh, how to handle hecklers, how to get stage time, how to hone your skills, even how to handle stage [...]
 
Book: Still Looking Up by Fred Gordon
Mr Fred Gordon, a man who was born into a two-parent family, decided early in life, that the streets accepted him more than his father. His father was a disciplinarian, very rough so to get away from that he found comfort in the streets. He began dating at an early age, selling drugs, and hanging out with many friends. He even spent time in jail. Fred honestly shares the intimate details of his [...]
 
Book: Hey, Nobody's Perfect by Ann Herrick
Insulting a guy in a wheelchair--is that any way to start a romance? Life was complicated enough for Sivia before a guy with no legs came into her life. Her parent's divorce did not wipe out their traditional family values. Dad is still way too self-centered, Mom is still resentful, Russ is still shoving food in his mouth and Sivia doesn't need any more drama. But when the new student, obnoxious [...]
 
Book: Full Circle by Vera Alexander
Bandile is part of a loving extended family consisting of Mom and Dad, Uncle Lunga and Aunt Patience. The small family have worked hard to enable them to move from a dusty hut in a township to a modest home in a quiet suburb near Durban. He is just like any other boy. He loves TV, Soccer, Music and Dancing. To make the time pass during his chores he dreams of success as an entertainer. He has [...]
 
Book: Soupy Sales - A Personal Remembrance and Tribute by Myrna L. Davis
This is an unusual story by a fan of comedian Soupy Sales. While she started out as just a fan, events in her life happened in such a way, that she ended up being a supportive friend of the comedian. Her recounting of these events, as they relate to Soupy, is based on entries in her journal that she kept for over 50 years, as well as unforgettable memories saved in a special corner of her mind. [...]
 
Book: The Entwhistle Experiment Book 1 - Glued by Robyn Collins
At twelve years old, Horatio Entwhistle has already blown up his bedroom twice and invented Stupendous Glue. While both of his parents are genius geneticists who may have something to do with his science smarts Horatio does all his own experiments. Right now he is stuck, literally and figuratively, trying to find a solvent for his truly crazy glue. His holiday research plans are rudely [...]
 
Book: Scion of Gethsemane by B. A. Braxton
Imagine a visually stunning, discerning young woman with golden hair, azure-blue eyes, and a near-perfect figure. Her fiance is a tall, blond-headed hunk of masculine magic who not only makes six figures a year, but also exudes a class, style, and charisma most men lack and certainly all envy. So if Paige has all of this and so much more, then why is she so unhappy? The answer is that although [...]
 
Book: OE Wants It to Be Friday - A True Story of Inclusion and Self-Determination by Jo Meserve Mach
OE is counting down the days until Friday. It's her favorite day of the week. Each day she has fun, but she knows she will have fabulous fun on Friday. She can't wait for her special time with Dad and her coach, Austin. Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories.
 
Book: Reese Has a Halloween Secret - a true story promoting inclusion and self-determination by Jo Meserve Mach and Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier
Reese has an awesome secret. He has so much fun sharing clues with his friends. They have to wait until Halloween to discover his wonderful surprise. But it's worth the wait! Finding My Way Books honor children with special needs or disabilities by sharing their stories. Each book includes a classroom activity list and a Family Guide describing 'easy to understand' tips for promoting the [...]
 
Book: Moonlight Valentine by P.M. Richter
When I started writing Moonlight Valentine the biggest inspiration actually became the book cover. As I started writing, I was simultaneously looking for a cover picture. I found a darling picture of a man and woman and sent it to the artist I use, who is a wonderful designer in Greece. The woman in the picture is standing behind the man, and I thought, maybe he's in a wheel chair. Maybe he has a [...]
 
Book: Life Is a Funny Thing by Jeff Charlebois
Author and comedian JEFF CHARLEBOIS has just released his second humor book. A clever and whimsical look at everyday topics told from the vantage point of an off-the-wall, borderline-sane comic. From the stage to the page, Jeff began writing humor articles for Ability Magazine in 1995 and has compiled some of his favorite pieces. The silly humorist covers it all as he pulls the sheets down to [...]
 
Book: A Year on Planet Mercury by Leonard Stegmann
Leonard Stegmann's largest collection of humor essays, quizzes and nostalgia explores such topics such as what it's like to boo a wheelchair-bound sports legend, cooking fried liverwurst, discovering udder cream and why geese are truly nature's most hideous creation. This book is packed with pages and pages of Leonard's dubious wisdom and questionable insight, and certainly contains more of his [...]
 
Book: Poetic Therapy - Poems & Rhymes to Help Mankind by Greg Ware
AMAZON #1 BESTSELLER Everyone wants to be enlightened in their life, but they also desire to be entertained! Poetic Therapy is the antidote to this dilemma as it accomplishes both goals with one inoculation. As an educator, comedian, hit songwriter and producer, Greg Ware is the most logical choice to administer this miraculous serum. The life-long benefits of these seventy poems may be more [...]
 
Book: Hong Kong Man - Selected Poems by Kirby Wright
These are the poems and poetic flashes written by KIRBY WRIGHT during his various residencies overseas and at Martha's Vineyard, Mass. A separate section focuses on Wright's difficult childhood in Hawaii and the mixed emotions he battles dealing with a once-abusive father, now confined to a wheelchair at a care facility, and a narcissistic mother who resents him for being an artist. The cover [...]
 
Book: The Saucer Club by A. J. Gallant
The forest has many eyes at night. A very special club is meeting tonight. After four boys decide to include Randy, an 11-year-old confined to a wheelchair, into their club, the adventure begins. The boys have discovered a mystical object, stuck on the side of a cliff miles away from their home. But their exploration of the ship takes a surprising turn when they realize that the saucer isn't [...]
 
Book: Two Loves Sought by Sandy Graham
"Two Loves Lost" left Delbert Pillage in a wheelchair, paralyzed from the waist down. How does a jet fighter test pilot deal with being grounded, now half a man in search of a new life? You will be embroiled in Delbert and Sylvia's emotional struggle to rescue a teenage drug addict which in turn leads to a campaign against drug running in Pacific Northwest waters during the 1960's. Delbert [...]
 
Book: BEX, DRUGS & ROCK 'n' ROLL by Cristian Matheson
A former child star's comedic, psychedelic, rock and roll, coming of age story. If you love Charles Bukowski, David Sedaris and John Birmingham, you'll love this. It's a batch of dysfunctional, zany yet poignant tales. Inside you'll meet characters like Balloon-Head Ed, the sociopathic neighbor, the startled prostitutes, Trixie and Destiny, a transsexual terrier, an angry and drunken town, a [...]
 
Book: Done With Being Fat by T.C. Hale
DONE WITH BEING FAT is brought to you by touring comedian turned natural health expert, T.C. Hale (aka Tony Hale). Not only will Tony have you laughing out loud while he reveals the secrets behind weight loss and how the human body functions, you will also learn how to look at your own body chemistry to understand the underlying cause of YOUR weight issues. Since the reasons for weight gain vary [...]
 
Book: Writings on the Wall - Inspirational Poems & Quotes by Robert Michael Hensel
Writings On the Wall: Disability Advocate's Uplifting Book of Poetry Hits Humanity with Bold Message of Hope - as Love, War & Peace Collide. Masterfully crafted by leading disability advocate, world-record holder and prolific writer - Robert M. Hensel - 'Writings on the Wall: Inspirational Poems & Quotes' is a product of the author's own unique life experiences. Confined to mobility via a [...]
 
Book: Uncommon Notions by Eugene Williams
America may not be the birthplace of humor I am told that distinction belongs to the people that invented the cuckoo clock, when they weren't taking everything else so serious however, America is filled with uncommon people and a lot of them are sharing their own uncommon notions. You wont have to venture far to hear a few of my Uncommon Notions like a man in Kansas that for some reason believes [...]
 
Book: The Convert by Fred Anderson
When the laws of reality are torn, you do or die. An accident two days before his sixteenth birthday put Dan Mackenzie in a wheelchair, but he hasn't let that slow him down. He's made a good life for himself in the Florida panhandle since then, working as a computer geek and playing basketball with his buddies on the weekends. A normal life. During a pickup game one September morning he meets a [...]
 
Book: High in School by Salman Aditya
*** 5-STAR RATINGS ON GOODREADS *** From the famous drunk comedian from Indonesia comes this humorous coming-of-age story about unusual high school study group adventure. James just wants to sit tight and be a normal freshman in his new high school. But after a few days he realizes it won't be. He doesn't have any idea how to study and he met many strange characters. In order to survive his first [...]
 
Book: Funny Cartoons For The Entire Family by Dan Rosandich
A total of 194 color and black and white single panel gag cartoons feature Dan's favorite cartoons from his archives. Many of these cartoons are inspired by real people and certain scenarios the cartoonist experienced which many readers might also be able to relate to. A majority of these cartoons have never appeared in hardcopy print anywhere and were created exclusively for this book. [...]
 
Book: The Bluest Eyes in Texas (Lone Star Cowboys) by Tori Scott
Bull rider Cooper Saunders has a shot at the PBR championship until a bull not only shatters his body and puts him in danger of never walking again, but it also tramples his spirit. Cooper is ready to give up on life, not wanting to be a burden on others, until his neighbors in Morris Springs, Texas, show him how much he has to live for. Physical therapist Nancy Phillips is not about to let [...]
 
Book: Beneath Outback Skies by Alissa Callen
A captivating rural romance featuring an indomitable young woman determined to save her family farm, and the city-boy who is not all he seems... Paige Quinn will let nothing and no one distract her from caring for her wheelchair-bound father, Connor, and fighting for her remote, drought-stricken property, Banora Downs. Least of all a surprise farm-stay guest named Tait Cavanaugh, whose smooth [...]
 
Book: 'Til Death Do Us Part by Jan Sikes
Veteran Texas musician, Luke Stone, has cheated death more times then he cares to remember. He's been everything from a simple farm boy to a rowdy roughneck, a singing star to a convict and finally a husband and father whose goals consisted of building a home and raising a family...which he did. Now, with a chance for a second music career, he knows the sand in his hourglass is running thin. His [...]
 
Book: The Crystal Clipper (The Moon Singer Book 1) by B. Roman
Deaf teen David Nickerson's life is in crisis. His mother has died in a car crash and his sister Sally, now confined to a wheelchair, has mysteriously disappeared. Desperate to find her, David experiments with sacred crystals and accidentally conjures the supernatural ship, Moon Singer, which transports him through time and space on a magical, fantastic journey. The people David encounters all [...]
 
Book: Who Says? by Rachel Kidd
No doubt, like most people, at sometime or another YOU will have daydreamt about how you would handle things were you to strike it rich. However, it is highly doubtful you will have ever given a single moments thought to how you would handle things if your life to suddenly become a living hell. Who ever does? Certainly not Rachel Kidd, but in the space of only a few seconds that is exactly what [...]
 


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