New York Times bestselling author Michael Savage delivers a heartwarming book about his experiences and relationship with his dog Teddy. Listeners know Teddy as the silent "other host" of The Savage Nation. He's at Michael Savage's side during every broadcast, guarding the radio equipment and nipping the engineer's sneakers. But the fun doesn't end when the "On-Air" light goes off. Teddy is Savage's constant companion, in the car, at home, and even shopping. Most important, he's Savage's inspiration, helping him remember the most important things in life are the little things. TEDDY AND ME is a rare glimpse into the life of one of America's most popular talk radio hosts. Come along for the ride as Savage and his best friend explore the streets of San Francisco, ride the "Tedevator," and read bedtime stories together. If you've ever wondered how the conservative icon who can go from zero to enraged in a matter of seconds has kept his sanity in an insane world, this book has the answer. To the political establishment, he's a force of nature, but to Teddy, Michael Savage is just his "service human." Spend a day in the life of a media giant and the most politically savvy canine alive in TEDDY AND ME.
A collection of rhymes for little people and their teddy bears, to be read at any time of the day, but especially at bed time.
Toddlers will enjoy the lyrical rhyming text and the brightly coloured illustrations, and will discover how much fun it is to play and use their imagination with their special friend, Teddy.
When you've annoyed a Yorebear, things are never again the same. Teddy and Gundy have been warned that The Yorebear is awake, and he's almost certainly coming after them. All they have to stop him are the contents of a notebook, written over four hundred years ago, which doesn't seem to hold the slightest hint how to prevent him from killing them both. But it's worse than that. Teddy's family are also involved — Simon, Joanne, three-year-old Bertie and little baby Oli — they've all helped Teddy, or been seen with him, and they're all targets for The Yorebear's next attack. Oddly, however, The Yorebear's first strike is in a completely unexpected place, as ruthless as it is sudden; so, as well as trying to protect those he loves, Teddy has to risk all to help out some old freinds who have been badly affected. Teddy and Gundy will need to work together to overcome the fear all around them, to defend their family, and face a possible war. It's a lot to ask of two stuffed toys. And, creeping unseen, a force lurks in the woods that could push everyone to their limits, and beyond.
By early 1941, the British in North Africa were poised for triumph after destroying the Italian 10th Army. Two months later, they were on the run from Rommel's Deutches Afrika Korps.
"Camp stinks! Dad, come get me!"Michelle is off to sleep-over camp. And she's sure she is going to have the best summer ever!Wrong! By the second day, she hates camp! A big bully named Brenda won't leave Michelle alone. Brenda kicks Michelle out of her bunk. She sneaks salt into her cereal. She even steals Michelle's teddy bear!Michelle is furious. She want to get even! Does Michelle have what it takes to put Brenda in her place?
A powerful fictionalized account of Zora Neale Hurston’s childhood adventures explores the idea of collective memory and the lingering effects of slavery. “History ain’t in a book, especially when it comes to folks like us. History is in the lives we lived and the stories we tell each other about those lives.” When Zora Neale Hurston and her best friend, Carrie Brown, discover that the town mute can speak after all, they think they’ve uncovered a big secret. But Mr. Polk’s silence is just one piece of a larger puzzle that stretches back half a century to the tragic story of an enslaved girl named Lucia. As Zora’s curiosity leads a reluctant Carrie deeper into the mystery, the story unfolds through alternating narratives. Lucia’s struggle for freedom resonates through the years, threatening the future of America’s first incorporated black township — the hometown of author Zora Neale Hurston (1891–1960). In a riveting coming-of-age tale, award-winning author T. R. Simon champions the strength of a people to stand up for justice.
My Little Princess Children's book series was created by the talented Authoress, Anetral Hall. Ms. Hall's "My Little Princess" character derived from her daughter, Amijah Hall. In turn, she created an animated character called, My Little Princess based off her daughters inspiring and remarkable personality. She is so full of live, love and laught
Nobody takes a teddy seriously — and that might just save Teddy’s life. Not that he’ll notice; Teddy is too focused on reaching the lady of his dreams, avoiding a vomiting baby and finding a way to get from Aberystwyth to Clehonger, despite being unable to read a map. Behind the scenes, things are moving. Dark things. Dark things that would happily kill an idealistic Teddy who’s bumbling through the big, wide world. But the biggest threat is to Teddy’s dreams. Will a world of cynical animals and indifferent humans drain him of his hopes and wide-eyed trust, or will he find a way to escape danger while holding on to his naive belief that he can do something amazing? And what does it all have to do with The Darkgate?
A remarkable memoir by one of the most popular and beloved entertainers of the twentieth century When in the mid-1950s Andy Williams reached a low point in his career, singing in dives to ever-smaller audiences, the young man from Wall Lake, Iowa, had no inkling of the success he would one day achieve. Before being declared a national treasure by President Ronald Reagan, Williams would chart eighteen gold and three platinum albums, headline at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas for more than twenty years, and host an enormously popular weekly television variety show whose Christmas specials still occupy a tender spot in every baby boomer’s heart. Williams knew everybody who was anybody during his seven remarkable decades in show business (including Judy Garland, John Huston, Jack Lemmon, John Lennon, Elton John, Frank Sinatra, Elvis, and Barbra Streisand, among others) and was a close friend of Bobby Kennedy for many years, and he shares memories of them all in Moon River and Me. His millions of fans guarantee a huge audience for the autobiography of the plush baritone who— at the age of eighty-one—still draws thousands of fans to his Moon River Theater in Branson, Missouri.