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Pudds in the Hood is a tail-twitcher about feral cats jostling for territory on their quest for food, shelter, love, and acceptance told in underdog style rap. Pudds in the Hood is for cat lovers of all age
In this Newbery Honor–winning novel, Gary D. Schmidt tells the witty and compelling story of a teenage boy who feels that fate has it in for him, during the school year 1968-69. Seventh grader Holling Hoodhood isn't happy. He is sure his new teacher, Mrs. Baker, hates his guts. Holling's domineering father is obsessed with his business image and disregards his family. Throughout the school year, Holling strives to get a handle on the Shakespeare plays Mrs. Baker assigns him to read on his own time, and to figure out the enigmatic Mrs. Baker. As the Vietnam War turns lives upside down, Holling comes to admire and respect both Shakespeare and Mrs. Baker, who have more to offer him than he imagined. And when his family is on the verge of coming apart, he also discovers his loyalty to his sister, and his ability to stand up to his father when it matters most.
One can easily imagine one brave lone heroine in a story however Sistah Hood: A Familiar Affair present ten strong and courageous women who share many of the struggles and fragilities as most other women. While the plot lines of each of the women are morbidly different their stories much like their lives are intertwined and as such the story line picks up, begins and ends with another sister story. The novel involves car chases, murder, betrayal, adultery, abuse and a lesbian affair. If on the edge of your seat page turning suspense is what you seek then join Amy, Betty, Candy and Danielle, Edith, Fran and Gwendolyn, Hominy, Isabelle and Jackie for an emotionally charge pack adventure that can only be found in the sistah hood,
A STANDALONE, SECOND-CHANCE ROMANCE If a man tells you he's no good for you, best heed the warning. I learned the hard way. I had Jake Basson's baby. He left to chase his dream. Now he's back, demanding a second chance, but why should I give him anything after four years of nothing? No correspondence, no news. I finally have my life back on track. Jake has never been uncomplicated. He never follows the rules. I should've known he'd play dirty in his fight to win me back. He caught me once. I'm not going to let him catch me twice. * This story contains cheating. HEA guaranteed.
Love, betrayal, and sweet revenge—life in Cottonbloom is about to get a whole lot hotter in Laura Trentham's Leave the Night On . . . Sutton Mize is known for lavishing attention on the customers who flock to her boutique on the wealthy side of her Mississippi town. So when she finds a lace thong in her fiancé’s classic cherry-red Camaro, she knows just who she sold it to: her own best friend. In an instant, Sutton’s whole world goes up in flames. . . Wyatt Abbott has harbored a crush on Sutton since he was a young kid from the other side of the tracks. He witnessed Sutton’s shocking discovery in the Camaro at his family-owned garage—and it made him angry. What kind of man could take lovely, gorgeous Sutton for granted? But then Sutton comes up with an idea: Why not give her betrothed a taste of his own medicine and pretend that she’s got a lover of her own? Wyatt is more than happy to play the hot-and-heavy boyfriend. But what begins as a fictional affair soon develops into something more real, and more passionate, than either Sutton or Wyatt could have imagined. Could it be that true love has been waiting under the hood all along?
As the black cobra sits up, and puffs his hood, and hisses, giving warning to his prey, ere he strikes: so I, Shatrunjaya the lute-player, son of a king, do send this my menace to thee, Narasinha, the lover of a queen too good for so vile a thing as thou art: that none hereafter may be able to say, I struck thee unwarned, or took thee unawares. Know, that night doth not more surely or more swiftly follow day, than I and my vengeance will follow on the messenger who carries this threat: whom I have bidden to reach thee with his utmost speed, so as to allay my thirst for thy life; since every day that I wait seems to me longer than a yuga. And I will slay thee with no other weapon than my two bare hands—