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Young Funny and Unbalanced

Author: David Smithyman
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Young, Funny and Unbalanced is a guide for teenagers to learn stand-up comedy by the Kids 'N Comedy team. It gives step by hilarious step to funny teens and tweens who want to learn stand-up comedy. This workbook give examples for each comic to help develop their routine.


Unbalanced

Author: Courtney Shepard
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Asha is fire. Every generation four sisters with power over earth, air, fire, and water are born to fight against a fanatical, secret faith. The Order exists only to sacrifice the sisters for their power. With each success their strength and control grows. They have never failed, for their rule depends on it. The sisters, separated at birth, are unaware of what hunts them...but they are coming. A handsome stranger discovers Asha in hiding, and swears allegiance to her cause. She falls for him; though he is not who he says he is. Betrayed and imprisoned inside the Order, Asha is without her power for the first time in her life. As the war heats up haunting secrets and true motivations are revealed, but the sisters must unite and override their instincts and trust the untrustworthy if they are to fight their terrifying destiny.


Tai Chi The Way Of Balance In An Unbalanced World

Author: Phil Robinson
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With a picture of Mr. Robinson teaching his grandson, the back page reads:"Mr. Robinson, a Master of Yang Tai Chi, had undertaken two projects. The first is to hand down to his grandson, 46 years of knowledge and experience in the Martial Arts. The second is to hand down this knowledge and experience to you through the pages of this book. Much effort has been taken to give the reader a complete guide to Tai Chi in a language that is uncomplicated and yet very detailed. This book is like none of the other books about Tai Chi you have ever seen. This book, written through the eyes of a Master raised in the South, not only tells you of the history and origin of Tai Chi, but explains how Tai Chi can be such a positive influence in your life. The breathing, the relaxation, the harmony, the exercise, the philosophy, the self-defense, the health and healing created in ancient China allcome together in this book as a means to benefit you today. This is a must read for everyone, from the complete novice to the experienced in Tai Chi."


Unfair Unbalanced

Author: Patrick M. Carlisle
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Important disclaimers -- A letter to Meg Ryan -- Pappy was a Cossack -- Mandago bag -- Groundhog Day -- O' foreskin, where art thou? -- Letter to Dave Barry -- U is for unspeakable evil -- A little bag of sopers -- The insatiable meat cleaver of Bette Davis -- The superior man -- They called him Malaka -- Tatsuni -- The crisis in pubic hair -- The box called war -- Letter to Ann Coulter -- Yes, I'm an Ivy Leaguer -- Dubious tidings from the big behind -- My tater exploded -- Cracking the pupa of the new self -- The banana test -- A vampire is born -- Dear Leonid Stiltskin -- I'm still missin' Mama -- The hallucinogen years -- Search engine of love -- Who are we anyhow? -- Another small dirty town -- Something in the Danish -- Sweet love of Odin -- Grammy Award -- Bald-headed soul on ice -- Hotel California -- The crisis in penis extension -- The Scarlett letter -- A Yum! Brands man -- Real fan letters -- An apology to our readers.


The Passion Trap How to Right an Unbalanced Relationship

Author: Dean C. Delis
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Who gets caught in the Passion Trap? It's the catch-22 of romantic relationships: The more deeply one partner falls in love, the more distant the other becomes. This is the passion trap, an emotional dynamic that results in increasing desire and desperation in the "one-down" lover, and dissatisfaction, often mingled with guilt and withdrawal, in the "one-up." Now Dr. Dean Delis, a renowned psychologist who believes the passion trap is both common and curable, shows you how to change the patterns that threaten your relationship. Drawing from his counseling work with individuals and couples, he offers fresh insights and powerful, proven techniques--from Trial Closeness to Healthy Distance--to help you and your partner rekindle romance and discover a new equilibrium of love and desire for a lifetime of happiness.


Life s Work

Author: Lisa Belkin
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Expanding on the themes and subjects that have made "Life's Work" one of the best-read items in "The New York Times, " Belkin considers that the modern "supermom" is just a myth, and her eye for the resulting domestic comedy will strike a chord, and a nerve, with readers.


The Horn Book Guide to Children s and Young Adult Books

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Impact of educational television on young children

Author: Wayne H. Holtzman
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Mirror Mirror

Author: Madeline Smith Moore
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Pat Harris is a thirty-something postgraduate, unmarried woman at loggerheads with her mother, Phyllis Harris. When Lew Harris, father and husband, dies suddenly. Jealously nurtured venom harbored by both women explodes. The story shows how Pat and Phyllis learn to understand and appreciate each other—the love was always there. Along the way, Pat gives birth to Sasha, sired by an old platonic friend, Clem. They eventually marry when the child is twelve-years-old. Annette, Phyllis' older sister living in Rhode Island, had raised Phyllis since their mother died when they were ages thirteen and nine, respectively. Annette comes to console Phyllis after Lew's death; she leaves abruptly and insulted. Bertie is a good friend of Pat's, a generation older. Other characters that become entwined in the story are Petra and Ruth, who are a lesbian couple, neighbors and friends of Pat and Sasha; Old Arthur, Bertie's seldom-seen ex-huzzband; Bertie's adult children, and Andrew, Phyllis' much-younger boyfriend. [Author bio]Madeline Moore is a third generation Rhode Island woman, a black writer who cannot write “black”. Her point of view has little to do with race. Moore has a forty-year-old daughter, with a Ph.D. Her daughter gives her great pleasure and satisfaction. Madeline Moore has been amicably divorced for more than 20 years. Writing is her passion.


The Enchanted April

Author: Elizabeth Von Arnim
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Driven to action by the dreariness of their lives in London, two not-quite friends, in the hopes of finding renewal, plan to rent a medieval Italian castle for a month. They are joined by two other women, a socialite and a dowager, each also seeking a remedy for their dissatisfactions. As the quartet eventually (though not necessarily gracefully) settles in together, they share the beauty and joy of their springtime palace, and each becomes reacquainted with the self they had forgotten. Whether or not the enchantment can carry into their lives and loves in the "real" world is the question. The basis for the film, of the same name, this is a classic to cherish. British novelist ELIZABETH VON ARNIM (1866-1941) wrote numerous books, including Elizabeth and Her German Garden and The Solitary Summer.