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The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories: Volume 3, by Joseph Gordon-Levitt and wirrow, arrived just in time for holiday shopping. Wirrow is back! Small, visual, creative, and compelling, describe the collaborative work that becomes a Tiny Book of Tiny Stories.
A Charlie Brown Christmas: The Making of a Tradition, by Lee Mendelson with reminiscences by Bill Melendez, must be on every Charlie Brown fan’s holiday gift list. The story behind the story lends new understanding to the heart and soul that Charles “Sparky” Shulz put into over seven decades of bringing joy to millions all over the world. While the story is there in over two hundred beautiful full-color original animation art illustrations that you can share with children, this is a book that will be embraced by students of the graphic arts, adult fans, and media history buffs.
Gluten-Free With Dr. Jeri, by Jeri Mills, M.D., is a great addition to the library of gluten-free recipe books. Dr. Jeri’s mission to make gluten-free food taste good succeeds admirably. You can take this food to parties, serve it to dinner guests, and sell it at fund raisers for schools and churches, without embarrassment.
Are you a rock music fan? Do you want to know how Gene Simmons learned to breathe fire? Do you wonder how KISS evolved into an icon that changed rock and roll history? You’ll love all 550 pages of Nothin’ To Lose: The Making of KISS 1972-1975.
One thing Terrence J gets across through interviews with many other mothers of people like Kevin Liles, Jerry Ferrara, Laz Alonso, Ludacris, Romany Malco, Kevin Hart, and Gary Owen is that young mothers aren’t doomed to failure. He also doesn’t lecture, judge, or offer pie in the sky philosophies about teen pregnancy and other challenges youth face. The stories are real stories of good and bad choices, with a lot of personal details. It’s a great read for parents, educators, and teens alike.
Do you know what a suicide caucus is? Do you know how many people in Congress really support the shutdown? The Business Insider states that the government shutdown is the will of a pathetic 4.3% of the population. Check out their article. It’s short and factual. No political tirade.