The Thirty-Foot Elvis
Author: Jane Hankins
Publisher: Parkhurst Brothers Publishers Incorporated
Hilarious activities of characters who populate fictitious town of Peavine, Arkansas, in the South. Bill Clinton as himself, other notables gently shielded.
Author: Dave Etter
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
"In the tradition of Edgar Lee Master's Spoon River Anthology, the poems in this collection are each narrated by a different resident of the fictional Alliance, Illinois. Their voices, unique and yet familiar, describe life in a small midwestern town during the second half of the twentieth century." --Book Jacket.
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The Untamed Garden
Author: Sonia Day
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart Limited
Presents tidbits drawn from myth, history, botany, and plant lore.
Man's principal business in life-- the toil and worry, the wearisome grind and the back-breaking work-- will go on in the future as in the past to those who will not use their minds. The less they use them, the more they will sweat. And the more they work only from the neck down, the less they will be paid and the more hopeless their lot will become. It is Mind that rules the world.
A forgotten singer from the early days of jazz is at the center of this riveting book--a narrative that is part mystery, part biography, part meditation on the meaning and power of music.
King of the Delta blues
Author: Stephen Calt, Gayle Wardlow
Publisher: Rock Chapel Pr
Where Are You, God?
Author: Michelle McKinney Hammond
Publisher: Harvest House Pub
These powerful meditations illustrate God's readiness to help people through times of loneliness and struggle. By focusing on men and women of the Bible, Michelle illustrates how He wants people to seek His best in difficult times. From Daniel's "standing alone for God" to Thomas' times of doubting, these devotions encourage readers to find joy and comfort by spending time with God. Formerly His Love Always Finds Me.
Author: David T. Warner
Publisher: River City Pub
The author provides a vision of Florida from a local's perspective, covering Crescent City, Zora Neale Huston's home in Eatonville, the state's capitol in Tallahassee, and the people and landscapes that make up the state.