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Book: A golfing I will go - Golfer delight by Eugene Williams
A country bunkum from Iowa gets a chance to impress his wife's father in Scotland playing golf at Greywalls and completely makes a fool out of himself, in the process wrecks the country club. And nearly ends an un prefect marriage, perhaps golf is a game left to someone else what a funny story for any married man or golfer out there.
 
Book: Mr. Pish Goes to the Farm (Mr. Pish Educational Series) by K. S. Brooks
The adventurous traveling terrier, Mr. Pish, takes us on a personally guided tour to show us what goes on at a farm. From playing with a cute lamb to driving a big swathing machine, Mr. Pish explores it all in Mr. Pish Goes to the Farm. In this sixth book in the Mr. Pish Educational Series, full color photographs and engaging text provide us with entertaining insight to teach us where our food [...]
 
Book: Humor Me (Life Without a Field Guide Book 2) by Lill Hawkins
From " I Heart/Hate Maine " about Maine's seasons: "We have to crowd all the spring things into the first part of June, because if we didn't, they'd run into summer, which is so short in Maine, that we can't fit all the summer things into it without running smack dab into autumn. Since our first frost is usually sometime in August, this results in a good amount of overlap, as you can imagine. [...]
 
Book: The Barber's Conundrum and Other Stories - Observations on Life From the Cheap Seats by John Hartnett
The Barber's Conundrum and Other Stories is more than just a collection of thirty-seven short literary humor pieces that will make you laugh. It provides a treasure trove of tips and invaluable advice to help you navigate safely through marriage and relationships, raising kids and to finally understand the more peculiar aspects of day to day living that up until now, had been tossed into a big [...]
 
Book: Funny You Should Ask (Life Without a Field Guide Book 1) by Lill Hawkins
From Chapter 2 of "Funny You Should Ask" "1. Q . Why aren't you in school? A . Why aren't you in therapy? A . Why would you ask? A . I'm still contagious. A . If I can't take my gun, I'm not gonna go. A . Head lice. A . My religion lets me marry at 9 and I'm on my honeymoon. A . Leprosy A . Psychiatrist appointment. A . I had to see my parole officer. A . Court date. A . My parents refuse to make [...]
 
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 Collage by Rene Natan
How many times have we been trapped in a situation in which other people take control of our life? It often happens slowly, surreptitiously, and so smoothly that we hardly realize what's going on sometimes too late. This is what happened to Allison Summer, a young, beautiful woman who married Inn Summer out of love. The man had portrayed himself as an ardent and attentive lover only to create a [...]
 
Book: Can you be...that stupid? - A Polite Guide to Stimulating Conversation by Geoffrey Robinson
How many times have you found yourself in conversation with a person who made a statement that confirmed for you that they had absolutely no idea what the hell they were talking about? Everything you'll find here was personally heard, read or viewed by me. Over an extended period of time I began writing these little cast in stone truths on post-it notes. Eventually I typed and organized them. [...]
 
Book: Spoiled Milk For The Soul - Volume 1 by Jim Osterman & Greg Marshall
If you're like most people today, you're used to the other kinds of stories. "Entertained" by a steady stream of reality TV, stunned endlessly by the 24-hour news cycle, and overdosed on everyone else's troubles, most of us are somewhat conditioned to expect far less than a life filled with positive vibes. There's a place for reinforcing, uplifting, and inspirational stories that rekindle the [...]
 
Book: After Evergreen (Evergreen Series) by Sybil Powell
Frances Clegg now a mature woman, matriarch of the ever expanding Clegg clan would direct the family through the many crisis's endured by them. With the help of her fortune, the hard-nosed culture earned in her youth and her early life contacts, she had developed Beck End into a business large enough to employ the whole family and more. Billy an itinerant worker later to become a valued employee [...]
 
Book: The Lunatic of Trenton by Eugene Williams
The Lunatic of Trenton (turn of the century), is about an old man telling his two grandchildren how he wanted to change the world, from the battlefields of WWI, to the intellectual's halls of England with Bernard Shaw to chasing Heir Wilhelm, across the fields of France, as he puts it "bugging around Serbia for the devil in an Austrian Top hat". Seeking out the wisdom, and danger were ever he [...]
 
Book: Escape To The Country by Patsy Collins
Leah is accused of a crime she didn't commit. Dumped by Adam, the man she planned to marry, she escapes to Aunt Jayne's smallholding in the Kent village of Winkleigh Marsh. Heartbroken and homeless, she strives to clear her name and deal with her emotions. Jayne treats Leah's unhappiness with herbal remedies, cowslip wine and common sense in equal measure. In return Leah works hard for the [...]
 
Book: Why Me? by Darren Cox
One day there was a cow named Joe. Joe lived on a farm that had everything nice barns to sleep in and all the hay him and his friends can eat also Joe had a small pasture to himself were he had nice green grass and also a creek full of clean water ran down the middle of the pasture Joe was the luckiest cow on the farm Live near by the farm was a green snake name Sam. Sam saw how Joe life is so [...]
 
Book: Evergreen Woman (Evergreen Series) by Sybil Powell
Francis Clegg shortened to Fran, had willingly given up a life of success and riches to marry a Lakeland farmer. She had moved out of London to life on a hill farm as a farmer's wife. Fran was rich, very rich, but had to hide her wealth from her husband because of his old-fashioned idea that he should support her. There were many incidents that affected her life. As time went by she could no [...]
 
Book: Old McLarsen Had Some Farms - Book One - Brave Beginnings by Christine Larsen
"STOP! STOP... IN GOD'S NAME! YOU'RE KILLING HER!" the stranger shouted as he pushed his way through the crowd of shrieking children. They were jumping up and down in seeming panic and helplessness, almost hiding the gory scene. All he and his mate had been able to glimpse as they burst through the gate into the front yard, was a woman covered in blood. A man had her pinned to the ground and much [...]
 
Book: Growing Up Country - Memories of an Iowa Farm Girl by Carol Bodensteiner
A treat as delicious as oatmeal cookies hot out of the oven - a memoir of a happy childhood. In charming and memorable vignettes, Carol Bodensteiner captures rural life on a family-owned dairy farm in the middle of America, in the middle of the 20th Century. In the 1950s, a family could make a good living on 180 acres. It was hard work, but everyone pitched in. Step back and relish a time simple [...]
 
Book: An Impossible Marriage by Meriel Brooke
(Note: Originally published as 'An Impossible Marriage' - this is a 2nd and revised edition). "Can I whet your appetite?" With those words Ruth approaches Sam. Will he resist this offer from a glamorous stranger and will he taste his first White Lady? It's 1920 on a cruise ship bound for Singapore. Skirts and hairstyles are short and it's life at close quarters. Sam is going to seek a new life as [...]
 
Book: A Pig With Three legs by David Turri
This is a story full of bad jokes because those are the only ones Tommy Dugdale, a failed stand-up comic, knows. Alec Swipple, assistant-manager in Human Resources (although he possesses very few of them himself) at a London firm is Tommy's long-suffering best mate. The third player in this farce is tough-as-nails Gillian, Tommy's girlfriend. She likes Tommy because he makes her laugh. (Just [...]
 
Book: The diary of a single parent abroad by Jill Pennington
When Jill and her family moved to Italy she expected life to change but she had no idea how massive that change would be. Shortly after the move, she discovered her husband had been having an affair and had no intentions of staying in Italy. Despite being in a foreign country with no income, limited language skills, a house that needed rebuilding and three young children to care for, she never [...]
 
Book: The Girl Who Wears Gumamela Flower by Heidy Ramos
Lonera is the young Girl Who Wears Gumamela and loves mango fruit. As a helper on her family's farm, she learns all about making plants grow. How will the plants ever bloom if they don't get a drink of water? In Heidy Ramos's colorful story, children will love getting to know The Girl Who Wears Gumamela.
 
Book: Everyday Prepping for Beginners by Barbara Henderson
This book is written from a CHRISTIAN WORLD VIEW. If you are not a Christian, or if you are hostile to Christianity, then you will not enjoy this book so please don't buy it! Preparedness for 'The End of the World as We Know it' The Harbinger of doom has emerged with evil predictions regarding the future and left you thinking about developing the habit of preparedness. You are at a cross roads [...]
 
Book: The Mistruths About Disease - Ethnomedicine as Applied to the Misconceptions of Health by Keith Moreno
Regardless of where you may live, your life has been imperiled by medical ignorance. True health is only possible in a realm that dismisses the superstitions of an institution based on privilege and of course, the compartmentalization of stolen and misunderstood information. The Mistruths about Disease posits that the medical industry is actually the disease industry with no interest in health. [...]
 
Book: Big red hat and All by Eugene Williams
I have always wondered what it would be like to spy on my wife. Don the whole espionage garb, fake beard, and mustache --of course the KimYung Il, sunglasses. You see no good spy outfit would be complete without the sunglasses. Ever notice in all the great spy movies from the time of the immortal Charlie Chan to Hammer's Dick Barton special agent, Marlow's Sam Spade pure genius with a spy [...]
 
Book: Is it madness to be mad at madness - Political satire at it's best by Eugene Williams
Satire is not dead it just has been held hostage by people with no sense of humor. Is it madness to be mad at madness. Is one of those stand-up comedy bits that pokes fun of persons from the past but not that far past President Bush, Linda Vester and others Spike Lee and it's to makes light of everything and everybody, so lighten up and Free the Satire "No Satire no Peace", Who said that, where [...]
 
Book: The Ballot Farm by Lily Ennis
Mangaparua was one of the last areas in New Zealand to be opened up. George Malder and his new bride, Catherine, take up a newly surveyed bush section in the back blocks between Raetihi and the Wanganui River. As a returned World War I soldier George won the right to create a farm with a government grant and the promise of further assistance. They endeavour to establish a home and turn the virgin [...]
 
Book: Wedded to the Land - Stories From a Simple Life on an Organic Fruit Farm by Joan Donaldson
Whether shes writing about the staccato of a hairy woodpecker echoing through the woods, tapping sweet sap from a cluster of maples during a spring sugaring ritual or mourning the loss of her ox, Tolstoy, Joan Donaldsons sensuous prose shimmers and surprises. Her collection of essays, Wedded to the Land , peels back the skin of her blueberry farm with the precision and eloquence of a Wendell [...]
 
Book: The Madman, The Marathoner - The Life of Marathoner Don McNelly by Juanita Baskerville Tischendorf
"'Don McNelly is nearly ninety years old and has run 713 marathons ... The normal marathoner runs in two marathons per year. To match Don, a marathoner would have to run fifty-nine years doing one marathon per month ... ' Don McNelly is the world record holder for the number of marathons completed over the age of eighty. In 1969, he began his long-distance running career in an effort to lose [...]
 
Book: Seizing the Treasure - Nuggets of Vaughn-Kilpatrick Story by Marjorie Eldred
Two Buttes, Colorado Eighteen-year-old Marion Kilpatrick watches Dr. William Verity as he makes his way around town. She sees him through the schoolhouse window as he leaves on his rounds. She hears people talk of the near-miraculous results of some of his surgeries. She wants to be like him in his abilities to help people. She wants to become a doctor. The year is 1930, an early Dust Bowl year, [...]
 
Book: An Amazing World of Horses - A Fine art Coloring Book for all Ages by Samantha Covington
A Fine Art Coloring Book for all Ages. These lightly rendered illustrations of beautiful horses, running free, rearing, jumping, frolicking and just being amazing. Show horses, work horses, frisky horses. All ages and skill levels will delight in the detail of this first of many volumes. A perfect gift for any aspiring Equestrian! NOTE: There is now a revised edition of this coloring book with [...]
 
Book: Animals Don't Blush by David R. Gross
The confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers is a region of the USA steeped in the history of the northern upper plains nomadic tribes, fur traders and the mountain men. I joined a veterinary practice there in 1960, directly out of veterinary school. Our clients included townspeople, river valley farmers, high prairie dry land wheat farmers and ranchers, and North Dakota Badlands [...]
 
Book: Small Town Ho - The Hilarious Story of Moving from the Big City to North Idaho by Duke Diercks
Have You Ever Wanted OFF the Treadmill ?? New author Duke Diercks bursts onto the scene with the hilarious memoir of one family's move from the big city to the panhandle of North Idaho. No Jobs. No friends. Just buckets of our own ignorance. Follow along in horror and hilarity as the family acclimates to the new small town way of life and the author bounces from jobs working in a school cafeteria [...]
 
Book: How to Make Maple Syrup (Simple Living Skills Book 1) by Joan Donaldson
Would you like to make maple syrup from the trees in your yard? This little volume will tell you what you need to know to make, preserve and cook with your syrup. Joan Donaldson's warm and down to earth writing will transport you to a simpler time as she takes you into her kitchen. Joan has been making maple syrup on her organic blueberry farm for almost forty years. For more information about [...]
 
Book: Bare Feet to High Heels - You Don't Have to Be a Beauty Queen to be a Beautiful Person by Jane Jenkins Herlong
Take a journey with Jane from her experience on a Lowcountry tomato farm all the way to the runway of the Miss America pageant. You'll feel empowered to overcome your own challenges and handle anything life throws your way. This humorous book, which inspired one of Jane's most popular speaking presentations, will stick with you longer than a helping of grits!In this beautifully illustrated and [...]
 
Book: Where Children Run - A true child abuse story (Pischke Twins Book 1) by Karen Emilson
For fans of Spilled Milk and A Child Called "It" comes an unforgettable story of survival and a powerful testament to the strength and adaptability of the human spirit. Twins David and Dennis Pischke's lives change forever when their father dies, and a man damaged by the war arrives at their farm near the isolated town of Moosehorn, Manitoba. Boleslaw Domko quickly works his way into their lives [...]
 
Book: Sanctuary Farm First 12 Stories - Sanctuary Farm Foster Stories by A.K. Harris
Kitty and Joe are retired farmers who run a smallholding on an island off the coast of the UK. They also foster children. Each story tells of the lives and circumstances of the children who come to stay with them, from backgrounds to futures, while also telling of life on the farm and in the community. Sanctuary is set in a little village close to the cliffs, and local characters join the [...]
 


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