The minute Mom leaves, Yvette asks, "Is it time yet, Dad?" Dad answers, "Not yet, Yvette." Then Yvette and her dad get busy beacause there's a lot to do before Mom comes home, like clean the house and bake a birthday cake.
Woody Guthrie spent his life putting into words and music what the rest of America was thinking. He roamed from coast to coast and captured the despair of those displaced by the Great Depression and the dust bowl, eulogized workers, and celebrated the great natural beauty of America.
This is an introductory biography presented as a picture book with a brief lyrical text and powerful, hand-tinted, woodcut-like illustrations. It includes the complete lyrics to “This Land Is Your Land” and excerpts from his other songs. A book for all ages, it makes this talented and tragic man accessible to young children and will please his older folksinging fans with its stunning art.
New York City, the roaring twenties. THE NIGHT OWLS are on the job. A detective agency like no other, The Night Owls specialize in solving crimes of the supernatural variety.
Professor Ernest Baxter, an expert in all things arcane, Mindy Markus, a scrappy flapper and Roscoe, a gargoyle from the Bronx, are The Night Owls. Together they solve crimes no one else can, in this first volume collecting the short stories that make up their webcomic adventures.
Contemporary thinking about management is still frequently presented as a set of universal, eternal verities. In this fascinating book Roy Jacques presents a discursive history of industrial work relationships in the United States which powerfully demonstrates that they are not. A central concern is to show that current common-sense' in management forms an historically and culturally specific way of thinking about work and society which is often inappropriate for managing for the twenty-first century'. The author is equally interested in revealing the cultural basis for American management ideas, currently exported round the world as an objective science, disconnected from its cultural and historical roots.
Get ready for the movie with this Hilarious Parody of the Best Selling novel Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. "When I think of my Gimp I always think of her head.
The artistry of it, to begin with. The very first time I saw her, it was the top of her head I saw. And there was something wonderful about it. She had what the German’s call Flachkopf. I’d know the top of her head anywhere.