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ODDS & ENDS
Rare Books in My Library

by R. G. Trepanier
March 12, 2008

Wonders of the Ocean, by C. Shell
 
All About Iceland, by Raymond Burrr
 
How Bullets Bounce Off Water, by Rick O'Shay
 
50 Steps to the Outhouse, by Willie Makitt, Illustrated by Betty Wont
 
How I Fell Into the Fountain, by Ilene Dover
 
The Long Yellow River, by I.P. Dailey
 
From Here to Eternity, by Miles Long
 
Chinese Travel, by Rick Shaw
 
Ribbons Galore, by Ty A. Beau
 
Famous English Parks, by Q. Gardens
 
A Pilgrim's Tale, by Mae Flour
 
A Star Is Born, by Holly Wood
 
Pleasant Dreams, by Anna Stasia
 
Spanish Christmas Traditions, by Felicia Navidad
 
Improve Your Posture, by Stan Tall
 
An Opera Singer's Nightmare, by Larry N. Jitis
 
Rummage Sales, by Penny Social
 
A Bunny's Tale, by Jack Rabbit
 
A View From Underneath the Bleachers, by C. der Butts
 
Subversive Underground Activity, by Osama and Ima Mole
 
Oriental Nasal Explosions, by Hat Chu
 
Snack Foods for Weight Loss, by Dieter Munch
 
Early Greek Playwrights, by Aries Stophanes and Anne Tigony
 
Famous Unknown Quotations, by Anony Mouse
 
More Early Greek Playwrights, by Anne Tigony and Liz Istrata
 
Voting Through the Ages, by Marcus D. Slate and Ucasta D. Ballota
 
The Test of Mind Over Matter, by Marsha Larts
 
Anger Management, by Dr. David Banner, Illustrated by Lizzie Borden
 
Cloning: An Insider's Commentary, by Dolly O'Vine
 
The Keys to the Kingdom, by Rosetta Stone
 
Batik Through the Ages, by Ivanna Dye
 
The Return of the Swallow, by Ralph Hurle
 
Grub Recipes of the Frontier, by Chuck Waggoner
 
Improve Your Vision with Glasses, by I.C. Better
 
Fibs of Our Time, by Liza Little
 
Liking Yourself, by Ima Goodguy
 
Being Prepared, by Justin Case
 
Getting Into Debt, by I.O. Millions
 
Pirate Secrets, by Barry D. Treasure
 
Famous Nursery Rhymes, by Pat E. Cake
 
Getting Your First Break in Show Business, by Humpty Dumpty

About the Author:
The Author is an avid bibliophile and reader and has nothing better to do than to think of things like this - except maybe think of more limericks.


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