Windows shook and trembled, and neighbors assembled, when Grandma and a gecko meet each other in this read-aloud book for ages 2 to 10. As classics such as Margery William's The Velveteen Rabbit, and Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are, Grandma Found a Gecko is a tale even adult readers will enjoy and love without fail.
Chance Sinclair works as a race engineer. His work is fast and exciting.
Camryn Green is a single parent who works hard and doesn't have time for watching a car race.
Chance invites Cam to see his world of racing. She invites him to her workplace.
Who will win the battle of the better job? It might not matter in the end when they realize they have each other’s heart.
Linda's life stalled out in the middle of her journey, leaving her with three kids, a large mortgage and an ancient minivan. It also left her with a few great friends and a pack of nosy neighbors. When Linda goes back to school, she finds purpose and an unexpected special someone. Someone the neighbors don't approve of. Life gets a bigger Kick Start than expected and Lin had best hang on tight!
A man who has chosen to turn traditional family roles on their heads by becoming a househusband. A story that mixes reality with fantasy, and shows that what women have been doing since the dawn of time. If men are from Mars and women are from Venus, then this case has the Martians on a trip to Venus while women have set up home on Mars… and they're not showing signs of leaving any time soon.
Published: November 11, 2011.
Screenplays » Period piece
(4.00 from 3 reviews)
This is the story of Shopkeeper Wang and the friends, the regulars, and the transients who visit the Yutai Teahouse, in Beijing, during the turbulent decades of the early twentieth century-- a world of those living at the bottom edge of civility and into which corruption and exploitation roughly intrude. This is a world of the poor caught up in the spin-cycle of world historical change.