The New Outdoor Kitchen covers initial design and planning and in subsequent chapters, covers "stove" options; the rest of the kitchen (outdoor refrigerators, sinks, cabinets, and countertops); the entertaining and eating areas (including a discussion of outdoor heaters, and social fireplaces); and, finally, the grace notes of the outdoor kitchen - lighting and sound systems, plantings and water features. Ten portfolio kitchens are laced between the chapters and the book concludes with an extensive source list. The kitchens pictured in the book run from kitchens sited on decks and patios to a small urban back garden set up to elaborate built-in, freestanding outdoor environments.
Handsome, brew-guzzling American Dallas Beaudine encounters British playgirl Francesca Day on a backwoods English lane, and the two discover a chemistry that allows their respective natures--akin to oil and water--to mix. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.
The first novel in the wildly popular #1 New York Times bestselling Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series, from the author of The Whole Thing Together and The Here and Now. Some friends just fit together. Once there was a pair of pants. Just an ordinary pair of jeans. But these pants, the Traveling Pants, went on to do great things. This is the story of the four friends—Lena, Tibby, Bridget, and Carmen—who made it possible. Pants = love. Love your pals. Love yourself. "Funny, perceptive, and moving." --USA Today “An outstanding and vivid book that will stay with readers for a long time.” —Publishers Weekly, Starred, Flying Start “The loving depiction of enduring and solid friendship will ring true to readers.” —The Bulletin, Recommended “A feel-good novel of substance.” —Kirkus Reviews, Starred “Uplifting.” —Seventeen
The saga of an infamous pair of pants and the role they play when a renegade asylum director and his ragtag band of loonies set out to liberate Paris in defiance of the bureaucratic establishment. A fictionalized account of a World War II incident culled from the pages of "Is Paris Burning?"
No matter what parents do, sometimes Mr. Crabby Pants takes over their child’s personality. So what is a parent to do? They try to find the fastest way to get Mr. Crabby Pants to leave. After picking up her son from daycare one day, J.L. Peck came up with the idea for Mr. Crabby Pants after she realized her son was crabby. To keep the drive home interesting and fun, she encouraged her son to help make up the story with her. Her son had lots of fun helping to decide the outfit and activities for Mr. Crabby Pants.
Billy Rice appeared in Dry Gulch, with all his fancy togs on and was named Fancy Pants. He joined the posse as the Deputy. Sarah, a mentally, disturbed, fleshy girl tried all kinds of tricks to get him. She was jealous o one of the Akin sisters because Billy liked her and she kidnapped her but the other sister was taken by mistake also. The Mexican banditos caught them. The Akin sisters put sleeping powder in their soup and escaped. A new church was built and a Minister, his sister and mother came to town. Gray Wolf, of the Apaches, turned outlaw with his braves and he was determined to marry the Princess. She hated him, so the Chief and her came to see the Sheriff for help. Pedro, one of the Mexican banditos saw Crystal, the Minister’s sister and he fell in love with her. He was determined to leave the gang. The Minister married the Princess and Gray Wolf took them captive. Pedro happened upon them and rescued but was killed by the leader of the gang. Marshall Tom came, saw Crystal and fell in love with her. He sang and played his guitar for her as she tried to get over Pedro’s death.
Sassy Pants lives up to her name for sure! The runt of a litter of nineteen piglets, Sassy Pants is taken to live in the big house with Farmer White and his family-but it doesn't take long for her to act as though she owns the place. She's not content to stay in her box in the kitchen, so she wanders out and makes a mess! She wraps herself in toilet paper, tips over a bucket of mop water, and knocks over Mrs. White's flowers. Right then and there Mrs. White decides Sassy Pants is old enough to go back to the pigpen. But Sassy Pants thinks she's 'a people, not a pig' and decides to escape the pigpen and move back into the big house, where she belongs...or so she thinks. She escapes through the fence day after day and is sent back to the dreaded pigpen day after day. Sassy Pants gets fed up, and no amount of convincing-not even from the top hog-can persuade her that the pigpen is the place for a pig. Deciding that some learn the easy way and some learn the hard way, Farmer White comes up with a surefire plan to keep Sassy Pants in the pigpen. Find out if Sassy Pants learns the easy way...or the hard way.
Happy Pants is a positive and motivating original biography depicting the author's unorthodox clothing choice. It briefly, yet delightfully shares a minuscule of individuals diverse reactions to the authors most obvious differences-her wardrobe.Uniquely, the author links her personal style to the joy it brings others as well as shares the gratifying happiness she experiences through their comments and inspirational events.The author has spent a lifetime observing individual behavior and reaction to what may appear to one as different, odd, and even out of place. From her notes and incomparable personal encounters she gives demonstration to how color can add a sense of wonder and confidence to a person's life.What the author would like to achieve from Happy Pants is to lightly and blissfully broaden social awareness through the benefits of color as a universal tool en route for diversity acceptance and compassion with regard to the people with whom we so necessarily share our world.
While swimming in the river with his friends, Clarence the hippopotamus learns a valuable lesson about caring and sharing, when he loses his beloved purple and green polka dotted pants. A story about friendship between five jungle animals and how they solve a problem that makes everyone happy.