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Liam wants to quit school after he decides that school is too hard! Liam's convinced himself that he can find a job that will be a better "fit" for him. Discover the challenges Liam faces as he explores dozens of careers. Do you think he'll find the perfect job? This is a great book for emphasizes that "staying in school" is the best option!
If you like the challenge of word games (and also want to improve your knowledge of the United States), this is just the book for you! In it you'll find an entertaining treasury of puzzles focusing on each of the 50 states plus the nation's capital.Each search-a-word features a grid filled with letters of the alphabet. Above the grid is a list of names of state birds and flowers, geographical features such as mountains and rivers, the state capital and other cities, famous residents, as well as products, crops, and other natural resources. Your job is to circle groups of letters that spell the names and words listed above the grid.To make it even more interesting, answers appear vertically, horizontally, and diagonally, and can also be spelled forwards and backwards. These puzzles will not only provide you with hours of fun and entertainment, they'll help you learn all about the fifty states and the District of Columbia. You'll be a fact expert on your country!
This chapbook of some of the poet's earliest confensional work was originally published by the Plowman Press in 1989. The poems were mostly written at the University of Southern California and in the years following, although some date back to classes at New York University. Three sample poems follow: The Transfer I dreamt you had left and were laughing at me for still standing alone in a place reserved for two, but I woke and kissed your face and you rose with me to celebrate again, but you couldn't or I couldn't, and then we were on the road with your plane and your new school as your morning and my house and my job as mine, but you smelled the same as you did in Georgetown, still had trouble adjusting my car seat, I held your secrets for you, a promise, maybe always, and I wish I had known that that was the last time I would kiss you, hold you while you held me. I came to visit. You pecked me on the cheek hello, like my mother's aunt, then called to someone offstage, and I faced the audience alone. Watching the Jersey Central Locomotive Shunt Cars, February 14, 1977 for my father She stumbles over rail in ice slung air, a tilted shadow of Lady Liberty chipped in her cab and the spiked sun glazed on her hood. With a feckless load of rock hoppers, she knuckles the mud and burbles her aged diesel down the platform track. Rancid, rusted, near rot, she takes the Bound Brook Bridge and quivers the morning as ten a.m. calls from the Presbyterian church bell. My Lunch with God We'd had a date for lunch, one o'clock this afternoon, a back table at Morton's, but God never came. I'd had his word, he wouldn't stand me up again. I even ordered his favorite, sacrificed calf and chicken fat for him. But once more, as I guessed it would be, God broke his promise, claimed he'd gotten tied up, and apologized for the remiss. This is Hollywood, I should understand, phone calls left unreturned, another crisis on the set, but why lead your children into the valley of death when you know you're too busy to lead them out of it?
One-Act Comedy; Approx. 10 min; 2M: Bert and Kevin bolstered their courage by scheduling their vasectomies on the same morning. As they wait in the doctor's office, they discover a few things about each other they might not have expected. This short play is a hit with one-act play festivals wherever it plays, it will have your audiences laughing, squirming in their seats and sympathizing with the characters as they talk about probably one of the few subjects that actually make men squeamish. This short piece is a good in-between-er to lighten the mood or bring in laughter in a drama-heavy program. Awarded a full production by the 2001 Northwest Connecticut One-Act Play Festival at the Warner's Nancy Marine Studio Theatre, Torrington, Connecticut.
Set in the near future, our lives have been disrupted by the collision of our moon with astronoid and man has almost been eliminated. Some leather men have surrived and other near men are present. How they all unite to find their roots is the subject of this story.
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