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Faith Simmons. successful life as a wife, mother, and school assistant principal spirals out of control when she agrees to try some cocaine, which was supplied by her best friend Teresa.
Poignant and funny, the fourth book in the best-selling Lemonade War series explores the distinctive power of poetry and love—fourth grade style.
Alice Bradley was Principal of Miss Fanny Farmer's School of Cookery, and cooking editor of Woman's Home Companion. The book was originally published in 1917.
A celebration of the transversal community from the iconic magazine. The Candy Book of Transversal Creativity showcases the best content from the groundbreaking style magazine's twelve issues, with photography by icons such as Nan Goldin, Ryan McGinley, Jack Pierson, and Ellen von Unwerth; such muses as Hari Nef, Divine, and Laverne Cox; and thoughtful and insightful writing by influential cultural trans figures such as Amos Mac and Geena Rocero. Founded a decade ago by Luis Venegas, C*NDY is the first and only style magazine to focus on the transversal community, or transgender and gender-nonconforming/nonbinary people, transvestism, cross-dressing, drag, and androgyny. C*NDY has a devoted fan base and respect from industry leaders for showcasing the most creative and important names and talent in transversal fashion, art, and culture. This book brings together for readers the most timeless, inspirational, and aspirational pages of fashion, art, culture, makeup, glamour, icons, amazing transformations, and fun. This is an inspiring celebration of the many levels of transversal creativity and people, all facing an exciting future.
Banned upon its initial publication, the now-classic Candy is a romp of a story about the impossibly sweet Candy Christian, a wide-eyed, luscious, all-American girl. Candy -- a satire of Voltaire's Candide -- chronicles her adventures with mystics, sexual analysts, and everyone she meets when she sets out to experience the world.
When I was just a little girl, I began to hear about Jesus. I learned wonderful songs of how he walks with me and talks with me along life's narrow way. And how to Trust and Obey for there is no other way. And a little light that was 'mine' I was supposed to let it shine. As I began to grow up I had many questions in my heart. I loved Jesus there was no question of that. But I never really understood how He could walk with me and talk with me, or what it meant to truly trust and obey. And I was not sure at all about having a light that would shine. God used candy to help teach me the answers to many of these questions. He became real to me through the years of seeking Him, in how to share Him with others, so they could truly know Him and experience Him, without pretence. I invite you into the world of A Candy Ministry where candy becomes the focal point. (Candy is a non-threatening (focal point/subject) to begin sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with others). Where candy is coded not coated so it melts in your heart not your hands. You will experience messages that will speak to the nature of the heart of the child inside of you, no matter your age. This touch, taste, and feel ministry is brought to you with the hope that you will have a better understanding of God and His love for you. I pray as you read this book that you will experience "life changes." We experience trials of many kinds and need support and encouragement as we go through them. Candy messages offer a new way to look at things based on God's word.
Drawn from letters, interviews, reviews, articles, and court transcripts, a riotous account traces the evolution of Terry Southern and Mason Hoffenberg's Candy, a frenzied satire loosely based on Voltaire's Candide, from its inception in Paris to its introduction in America. 20,000 first printing.
Reproduction of the original: The Candy Country by Louisa May Alcott
It's almost Thanksgiving, and Richard Best can't stop thinking about Ms. Rooney's Candy Corn contest. Whoever can guess the exact number of yellow-and-orange candies in the jar on Ms. Roney's desk gets to keep them all. The only problem is Richard has to read a page in a library book for each guess. Smelly Matthew, who sits in front of him, knows they'll never win. "We're the worst readers in the class, " he says. But Richard won't give up. He can already taste those Candy Corns. And before he knows it, he has. Three fat juicy ones. What will Ms. Rooney do when she finds out? From the Trade Paperback edition.
Inside this tasty tome are more than 85 sensational candies, including hard-to-find local favourites made in small, family owned factories relying on handed-down recipes and old fashioned techniques.
This book takes you on a journey to discover what candy you decide to choose for yourself. With only three dollars to spend, the experience is yours to create. The Candy Store is written by Amy Joy.
A girl, grieving for her dead mother and emotionally detached from her father, becomes fast friends with a mysterious classmate who constantly eats sweets as the two of them battle the vicious popular girls at school and listen to the stories of an elderly patient at the hospital where they volunteer.
Because her good deeds are not noticed, a small witch steals every trick-or-treat bag in town on Halloween.
Good girls don’t have sugar daddies. But this good girl is naughtier than she thought . . . For journalist Simone LeBlanc, getting an exposé on the Candy King—the man behind the infamous sugar daddy website—would be her big break. But when she’s suddenly caught up in a sizzling email exchange with the King himself, she’s even hungrier to unwrap her mystery man—and intrigued when she discovers he’s Dylan Williams, son of a prominent Toronto family. She asks Dylan for an exclusive interview and she gets a scandalous offer instead: Let him be her sugar daddy and she’ll get the scoop of a lifetime. Dylan knows Simone could destroy his family’s reputation. But one look at her delectable beauty and he has to have a taste. Then another. And another. Soon she’s trying to convince him that people find love on his website. As if love had anything to do with the fire that drove them together. But the more Dylan keeps sweet, sexy Simone in his bed, the more the Candy King wonders if he’s found the queen he craves . . . Praise for Christine d’Abo’s 30 Days “Perfect for folks seeking a well-written, hot read with substance.” —Library Journal, Starred Review “Romance fans will delight in this sweet and spicy expedition.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review “Readers will be blown away. . . . A sizzling hot, completely fulfilling and satisfying read!” —RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars “Sexy, fun and deeply emotional. Bravo!” —J. Kenner, New York Times bestselling author

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