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What We Talk about When We Talk about God by Rob Bell, read by the author c.2013
In the Annals of Job-Quitting, the quit you executed was fabulous.
Your mother sent you to your room the other day. You hate that.
Ants are cool: they run all over, really fast, like they don’t know where they’re going.
The Christmas shed its last needle on the curb more than five months ago, looking sad without baubles on branches or gifts
A Baseball Story by Richard Torrey c.2012, Kane Miller $10.99/$12.95 Canada 36 pages
The handsome prince weds the beautiful princess, dragons are slain, wicked witches become dust, peasants rejoice
Cats & Daughters by Helen Brown c.2012, Kensington $15/$16.95 Canada 304 pages
Some days your dog has a species identity crisis. He’s a copycat and it’s like monkey see, monkey do around your house.
Forgotten toys lie everywhere and your sweatshirt is right where you left it, balled up as a pillow on the sofa.
Holy Spokes: A Biking Bible for Everyone by Rob Coppolillo c.2013, Zest Books $14.99/$17.95 Canada 208 pages
The Art of Doing by Camille Sweeney and Josh Gosfield c.2013, Plume $16/$17 Canada 272 pages
Dr. Ruth’s Guide for the Alzheimer’s Caregiver by Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer with Pierre A. Lehu c.2012, Quill Driver Books
Making Habits, Breaking Habits by Jeremy Dean c.2013, DaCapo Lifelong $26/$29 Canada 256 pages
Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm by Philip Pullman c.2012, Viking $27.95 / $29.50 Canada 406 pages
The Lost Christmas Gift by Andrew Beckham c.2012, Princeton Architectural Press $29.95 /$34.95 Canada 40 pages
The Saint Who Would Be Santa Claus by Adam C. English c.2012, Baylor University Press $24.95 U.S. and Canada 245 pages
You thought you might roast to death. Yep, it was hot last summer.
Other drivers should know better. First of all, they should learn to use a turn signal.
The game, as they say, is the thing. It’s the thing at your house, that’s for sure.