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My Squirrel Days

Author: Ellie Kemper
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Comedian and star of The Office and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Ellie Kemper delivers a hilarious, refreshing, and inspiring collection of essays “teeming with energy and full of laugh-out-loud moments” (Associated Press). “A pleasure. Ellie Kemper is the kind of stable, intelligent, funny, healthy woman that usually only exists in yogurt commercials. But she’s real and she’s all ours!” —Tina Fey “Ellie is a hilarious and talented writer, although we’ll never know how much of this book the squirrel wrote.”—Mindy Kaling Meet Ellie, the best-intentioned redhead next door. You’ll laugh right alongside her as she shares tales of her childhood in St. Louis, whether directing and also starring in her family holiday pageant, washing her dad’s car with a Brillo pad, failing to become friends with a plump squirrel in her backyard, eating her feelings while watching PG-13 movies, or becoming a “sports monster” who ends up warming the bench of her Division 1 field hockey team in college. You’ll learn how she found her comedic calling in the world of improv, became a wife, mother and New Yorker, and landed the role of a bridesmaid (while simultaneously being a bridesmaid) in Bridesmaids. You’ll get to know and love the comic, upbeat, perpetually polite actress playing Erin Hannon on The Office, and the exuberant, pink-pants-wearing star of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. If you’ve ever been curious about what happens behind the scenes of your favorite shows, what it really takes to be a soul cycle “warrior,” how to recover if you accidentally fall on Doris Kearns Goodwin or tell Tina Fey on meeting her for the first time that she has “great hair—really strong and thick,” this is your chance to find out. But it’s also a laugh-out-loud primer on how to keep a positive outlook in a world gone mad and how not to give up on your dreams. Ellie “dives fully into each role—as actor, comedian, writer, and also wife and new mom—with an electric dedication, by which one learns to reframe the picture, and if not exactly become a glass-half-full sort of person, at least become able to appreciate them” (Vogue.com).


The Naturalist

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THE NATURALIST

Author: BEVERLEY R. MORRIS ESQ. A.B. M.D. T.C.D
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Mopping Up

Author: Jack Munroe
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The Bizarre Biloxi Bazaar

Author: Mouise Thomas Richards
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A story of a boys rise from poverty and the people who inspired him and helped him along the way to achieve his goals. A perspective of the life of a person indebted to the contributions and associations of family, friends, and teachers.


My Father s Writings

Author: Jim Durham
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In many ways, Jim Durham has lived the same life all of us have lived. He was raised by imperfect parents, involved in good and bad relationships, experienced a range of religious influences, and worked hard to be the best person he could be. But a few critical experiences brought the essence of his life out of the shadows. A chance encounter led him to a college he couldnt locate on a map (although Durham claims there is no such thing as coincidence). The death of a son and the challenges of raising a special-needs child are just a few of the powerful influences on his writing. His decision to leave the full-time practice of law, start a new career, and eventually start his own business are all addressed in My Fathers Writings. You will learn lessons he learned, share in the struggles he endured. You will find references to writers and inspirational leaders ranging from Samuel Johnson, the Reverend Peter Gomes, and Wayne Dyer, to Ram Dass, Nelson Mandela, Buddha, and Jesus Christ.


Billy and Hans My Squirrel Friends

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There s a Squirrel in My Toilet

Author: Rebecca Cooper
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Welcome to author Rebecca Wambo Coopers extraordinary world, where humor and eccentricity color everyday occurrences. In her collection of short stories, essays, and verses, Cooper approaches daily life armed with wit and charm, explaining why she thinks everyone should own a pink rocking chair, why toilet paper should be kept in baskets, and her plan to patent a bat catcher! With wholesome and engaging writing, Cooper helps ordinary people appreciate the mundane in their lives, and opens the door to seeing unexpected blessings. Spend some time in Coopers storytelling; her words will dance off the page and into your heart.


A Measure of My Days

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A family physician describes the universal struggle with adversity and discovers strength through work, faith, community, and love.


Squirrels at My Window

Author: Grace Marmor Spruch
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Even for a woman as sensitive to wild animals as Grace 1Spruch, the arrival of a squirrel inside her Greenwich Village apartment one morning came as something of a surprise. She had always loved the squirrels she saw in Washington Square Park, but she never met one so forward as the one climbing up her rubber plant. Dr. Spruch didn't know it then, but this was the beginning of a strange and wonderful relationship. Gradually, other squirrels began to climb the fire escape to the Spruchs' fifth-story window. All were welcomed -- with certain restrictions, of course. There were regular office hours, and the squirrels soon learned not to scratch at the window until given the signal -- stirring within the apartment. Some were bold about walking right into the house, examining the Spruchs' possessions, and burying their nuts under pillows. One categorically refused to leave at closing time, even when rudely chased. Others, more retiring, were content to munch nuts and fruits on the windowsill. Since Spruch is a scientist as well as an animal lover, her observations gain a special force and precision, and she manages to achieve the best kind of popular science writing: scientifically sound, carefully observed, intellectually challenging. Despite our familiarity with squirrels as part of the urban landscape, surprisingly little is known about the habits of these creatures, and Spruch is able to make some interesting contributions to this subject. But most of all, this is a book for animal lovers -- a loving, yet unsentimental account of a fascinating episode in the natural history of a large city.