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Chicken Poop for the Soul

Author : David Fisher
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Humorous essays explore the joys of depression, the true meaning of love as seen by a stalker, and anxiety-managed weight loss

Chicken Poop for the Soul II

Author : David Fisher
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Humorous essays explore the similiarities between Jim Carrey and Abraham Lincoln, and how finding the good in people can work to your advantage.

Chicken Poop for the Soul

Author : Kristeva Dowling
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In the tradition of the "back-to-the-landers" of the '60s, Dowling sheds the habits of her urban life and, with no agricultural background, begins an emotional and political journey towards independence. Dowling's story is a witty, humorous and often bizarre journey of trial and error. Between rendering maple syrup, mothering baby chicks, canning hundreds of pounds of preserves, tracking wild game and growing her own wheat, Dowling finds time to reflect on her new-found tangible skills, her intangible problems and the politics and legislative barriers that face BC's small farming community"--Pub. website.

Chicken Poop for the Soul

Author : Teri Metcalf
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This book is about backyard chickens. After several years of enjoying the neighbor chickens, the author and her husband decided to raise some of their own. She describes what they did, how they did it, why they chose to let their chickens be free-range, and how it's working out. Based on several years of observation, she talks about the pecking order dynamics and chicken behaviors towards one another, other animals and people. She also describes the natural progression from her longtime interest in whole foods to raising chickens and vegetables on their one-acre piece of land in College Station, Texas.

Chicken Poop on My Sole

Author : Gregory Zschomler
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Whether you're a country bumpkin or a city slicker you know there's something alluring about life on the farm. Even with its ups and downs, ins and outs, country living has a certain charm...and aroma. Poop happens. And sometimes a little can do you a whole mess of good. Within these pages you'll find more than twenty true farm and country tales, by sixteen farm- experienced authors, that will tickle your funny bone, bring a tear to your eye, or moo-ve you with joy and inspiration. Maybe all three in the same story! These are delightful little droppings for those difficult days when you're cooped up and need a quick read to pick up your spirits or bring a fresh touch to your sole...(ahem) soul. Includes stories by: Joe Benjamin, Andy R. Bunch, Patrick Dwyer, Suzi Goedert, Chris Johnson, Bethany Rose Lewis, Carolyn Norland, Tammy Owen, Melissa Eskue Ousley, Dennis J. Sparks, Cherie Walter, Joyce Reynolds-Ward, Arvol E. Zschomler, Keilah Joy Zumstein and the editors.

The Making of a Bestseller

Author : Brian Edward Hill
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For each of the 150,000 books published in 2002, there are dozens that are still hoping to see the light of day. Bowkers estimates less than 1% to successfully climbing the bestseller list. What separates the winners in the battle for bestseller status? Capitalizing on insight gained from interviews with industry experts and authors such as Steve Riggio, Jack Canfield, Spencer Johnson, and more this book takes a comprehensive look at the publishing process from start to finish and, ultimately, what separates a bestselling book from all the other books published each year. Authors and would-be authors all have a curiosity about "how the other guy does it"- and this book takes it one step farther by describing what goes into making a bestseller. This book is for authors and would-be-authors and individuals in the publishing industry.

American Book Publishing Record

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The British National Bibliography

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If You re Sexy and You Know it Slap Your Hams

Author : Eloise Grills
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A darkly funny, irreverently angry, and stupidly erotic contemplation of what it means to be a person, especially a sexy person, especially a sexy fat person, with supple, slappable hams. Pushing the sad into the funny and back into the sad again, this book of poetry provides a portrait of a young human coping with a cruel and indifferent universe.

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Chicken Soup for the Soul A Book of Christmas Miracles

Author : Amy Newmark
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"Compilation of 101 stories about holiday miracles and joy from Chicken Soup for the Soul's library of past books."--

The Times picayune Index

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The Video Librarian

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Rambler Rose

Author : Teri Metcalf
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Rambler Rose is the story of coming of age in coastal California during the 1950s and 60s. It’s about family relationships, American pop and political culture, and race and religion. The setting of California in the mid 20th century is a character unto herself. Other key members of the cast include Teri Metcalf’s mother, father and stepfather. Girlfriends, boyfriends and lovers appear in supporting roles, along with an assortment of colorful relatives. Through her narrative of experiences with people, places and things, she explores how those connections shaped her development and her understanding of the world.

Body and Soul

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Forthcoming Books

Author : Rose Arny
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Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul

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Ulysses

Author : James Joyce
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Body Soul

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The Sisters Song

Author : Louise Allan
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As children, Ida loves looking after her younger sister, Nora, but when their beloved father dies in 1926, everything changes. The two young girls move in with their grandmother who is particularly encouraging of Nora's musical talent. Nora eventually follows her dream of a brilliant musical career, while Ida takes a job as a nanny and their lives become quite separate. The two sisters are reunited when Nora's life takes an unwelcome direction and she finds herself, embittered and resentful, isolated in the Tasmanian bush with a husband and children. Ida longs passionately for a family and when she marries Len, a reliable and good man, she hopes to soon become a mother. Over time, it becomes clear that this is never likely to happen. In Ida's eyes, it seems that Nora possesses everything in life that could possibly matter yet she values none of it. Set in rural Tasmania over a span of seventy years, the strengths and flaws of motherhood are revealed through the mercurial relationship of these two very different sisters. The Sisters' Song speaks of dreams, children and family, all entwined with a musical thread that binds them together.