Prank Postcards

Author: Sean Moritz
ISBN: 9781524851514
Size: 13,33 MB
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From the people who brought you Awkward Family Photos and Prank Packs come 35 wildly funny prank postcards that you never knew you needed. Confuse and amuse friends and family with these absurd-yet-realistic advertisements, announcements, and holiday cards. A postcard for almost any occasion--from baby showers to retirement parties--they'll make your loved ones scratch their head before exploding with laughter. Just add a stamp to send them, display them proudly in your home, or sneak them onto someone's wall for a guaranteed grin. These prank postcards are so silly they're hilarious.

Postcards To The Soul

Author: Dordi Andersen
ISBN: 8299818400
Size: 18,31 MB
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Author: Annie Proulx
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684833689
Size: 16,76 MB
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The story of a well-meaning fugitive-at-large provides a glimpse of America's past as it follows Loyal Blood from his home in Vermont, where he mistakenly commits a heinous crime, to the coast of California

Postcards From Berlin

Author: Margaret Leroy
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0316077097
Size: 19,87 MB
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Catriona Lydgate is a housewife with two children and an adoring husband. But beneath the surface of her seemingly perfect life are the dark secrets of the past she's tried to forget. Disturbing postcards begin arriving in the mail; she is recognized by a man who knew her from her past-an avalanche of small moments that will threaten everything she thought was real. When her youngest daughter falls ill with a mysterious illness, the doctors and even her husband suspect that she is deliberately making her child sick.As her marriage unravels, she comes dangerously close to the edge-and to losing everything that she loves-as the past she has fought so hard to bury becomes her witness and prosecutor.This is a haunting, heartbreaking novel-domestic fiction at its very finest.

Postcards From The Middle East

Author: Chris Naylor
Editor: Lion Books
ISBN: 0745956505
Size: 14,31 MB
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Chris Naylor and his wife went to the Middle East to teach, and stayed to set up a pioneering branch of environemental agency A Rocha in Lebanon, saving vital wetlands. Over the years they found their prejudices and assumptions utterly overthrown. Most British, and more generally, Western readers have a simplistic and stereotyped view of the Middle East and its people: oil, or terrorism. This is a dangerous travesty. As TV shows us nightly, this area of the world still shapes all our lives and a Western over simplification of the region and its peoples feeds into destructive foreign policy and fear at home. By looking at the culture through the life of a trans- located British family the reader will be introduced to the richness, culture and humanity of the Arab world as well as its undoubted challenges.

Postcards From Last Summer

Author: Roz Bailey
Editor: Kensington Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 161773389X
Size: 20,85 MB
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Darcy, Tara and Lindsay are the best of friends who reconnect every summer for a few weeks of catching up and living easy. The summertime is anything but boring for these three strong women who indulge in the best of what's in season: romance, excitement and the time of their lives.

Postcards Home

Author: Ingrid Pollard
Editor: Chris Boot
Size: 11,39 MB
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A photographic journey into the history, landscape and hidden memories of England and the Caribbean. Using a mixture of nineteenth century and contemporary photographic techniques, Ingrid Pollard's work combines a questioning appreciation of the beauty of England with enquiries into post-colonial identity. Featuring 11 series of photographs, produced between the early 1980s and 2002, each is accompanied by Ingrid's personal commentary.

Postcards From The End Of The World

Author: Larry Wolff
Editor: HarperCollins
ISBN: 9780002151719
Size: 18,55 MB
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Examines four sensational cases of child battering and murder in Vienna in 1899 which dominated the newspapers of the time. Pp. 100-113, "The Eternal Senseless Vilification of the Jews, " surveys antisemitic agitation prevalent in the Austrian Empire and in Vienna at the same time, especially the accusation, trial, and acquittal of Leopold Hilsner for ritual murder in Polna, Bohemia. Discusses the muted reaction in the press, especially in the "Neue Freie Presse" which appealed for attention to child abuse rather than to the "eternal senseless vilification of the Jews." Discusses the reactions of Theodor Herzl and Karl Kraus to the antisemitic agitation, and the later impact of Viennese antisemitism on Adolf Hitler.

Postcards From The Ledge

Author: Greg Child
Editor: Mountaineers Books
Size: 18,69 MB
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Child's tongue-in-cheek style is very much on display here in stories that reveal climbing's other face. His description of the daily habits of mountaineers on expedition (who don't bathe for months) is both disgusting and horrifyingly funny. A post-climb fiasco in the offices of petty Pakistani bureaucrats proves that not all epics take place on high mountain faces. Falling off a rock climb in front of his mother is an exercise in humility. Child takes up controversy with the same keen insight. His investigation of Tomo Cesen's claimed first ascent of Lhotse's south wall is considered the definitive report on this controversial event. A hard look at the media frenzy around the death of Alison Hargreaves on K2 evolves into a brilliant, impassioned defense of a friend. He also speaks out on the money and media-driven expeditions that now crowd Everest.

Lake Carey

Author: Walter Broughton
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439619972
Size: 11,93 MB
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Lake Carey is a summer community of several hundred families in the Endless Mountains of northeast Pennsylvania. Lake Carey’s story begins in 1874, when the narrow-gauge Montrose Railroad began service to the 262-acre glacial lake named Marcy’s Pond. Cottages with gingerbread porches sprang up almost overnight; hotels, steamboats, and picnic groves swiftly followed. As World War I drew near, the renamed lake and its community were a fixture on the regional map. Their resort status was short-lived, however, as the changing American family and the advent of the automobile began an inexorable transformation. First to go were the crowded steamboats and excursion trains. A new, quieter era began, dominated by rental cottages and—at Lake Carey—regattas. Through vintage photographs, Lake Carey documents how the people who gathered here retained their strong sense of community born of the shared privilege of a place at the lake and the pleasures of summer pastimes.