Life in the 'Boat: How I Fell on Warren Miller's Skis, Cheated on My Hairdresser and Fought Off the Fat Fairy...True Tales from Ski Town U.S.A.

Life in the 'Boat: How I Fell on Warren Miller's Skis, Cheated on My Hairdresser and Fought Off the Fat Fairy...True Tales from Ski Town U.S.A.
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ISBN10: 
1601456808
ISBN13: 
9781601456809
Pages: 
164
Published: 
November 1st 2008 by Booklocker.com
Rating: 
4.0

Move over Garrison Keillor. Columnist Joanne Palmer imparts hilarious insight to real life in a ski town. This writer possesses a knack for making us laugh at the idiosyncrasies of living at 6,990 feet with 10,000 neighbors and 1,000 dogs.

The Mysterious Adventures of Pauline Bovary (Pauline, Btw #2)

The Mysterious Adventures of Pauline Bovary (Pauline, Btw #2)

With life simply overflowing with pungent melodrama, it s all Pauline and her purple pen can do to record each twist of the plot. First, her best friend splits to become a teen ice...
The Pirate and the Parrot (Literacy Tree: Animal Antics)

The Pirate and the Parrot (Literacy Tree: Animal Antics)

Reading primer in the Animal Antics series by Rigby's Literacy Tree group.
I Love You for You: A Story & Song of Love

I Love You for You: A Story & Song of Love

Our adorable, holiday-themed, rhyming stories are sure to become family favorites. Lovable characters and colorful, engaging illustrations will have kids wanting one of these innovative shaped board books for every...
Why Jews Don't Camp, Plus 24 Other Halarious Stories about Everyday Life

Why Jews Don't Camp, Plus 24 Other Halarious Stories about Everyday Life

"Why Jews Don't Camp, Plus 24 Other Hilarious Stories About EveryDay Life" is a collection of 25 hysterical stories about the world...
Problems of Suffering in Religions of the World

Problems of Suffering in Religions of the World

A comparative general study of the problems of suffering as treated by Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Marxism, Hinduism and Buddhism.
Mosaic Deceptions

Mosaic Deceptions

Fast-paced page-turner that will appeal to readers of detective/mystery stories and those with an interest in the Arab world.
Cameron's Journey

Cameron's Journey

In 2009, Carl and Maxine Owen discovered that their youngest child, Cameron, had a high-functioning form of Autism, called Asperger's Syndrome. They quickly realized that very few people knew about this condition or how to help those who lived with it....