100% of The Late Show’s proceeds from this book go to hurricane relief.Whose Boat Is This Boat? Comments That Don’t Help in the Aftermath of a Hurricane is a picture book made entirely of quotations from President Donald Trump in the wake of Hurricane Florence. It is the first children’s book that demonstrates what not to say after a natural disaster.On September 19, 2018, Donald Trump paid a visit to New Bern, North Carolina, one of the towns ravaged by Hurricane Florence. It was there he showed deep concern for a boat that washed ashore. “At least you got a nice boat out of the deal,” said President Trump to hurricane victims. “Have a good time!” he told them. The only way his comments would be appropriate is in the context of a children’s book—and now you can experience them that way, thanks to the staff of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.Whose Boat Is This Boat? is an excellent teaching tool for readers of all ages who enjoy learning about empathy by process of elimination. Have a good time!
America is now reaching its Twenty Second-month mark under the Trump administration and to say "it's been a bumpy ride" is an understatement.. We present to you a set of poetry with deep meaning, which will touch your heart. This are the most hilarious tweets (poems) of all time that will not disappoint — to make you laugh at least.PleasePray for theHURRICANE PANAMA CITYFLORIDA PAN HANDLE, Georgia, N.CarolinaAs of 5 p.m., Michael was approximately 295 miles south of Panama City, Florida, the Hurricane Center said. Michael is now stronger than Hurricane Florence was when it made landfall in North Carolina last month, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Smoke billows up.Cool water flows.Whose boat is that?Do you know? This nonfiction ode to boats features six kinds of workers and their boats—a patrol boat, a tugboat, a car ferry, a lobster boat, a lifeboat, and a fireboat—with important parts properly labeled. The answer to each inquiring refrain lies under a gatefold, engaging the reader in an informative guessing game. With lyrical (and factual!) text by New York Times–bestselling author Toni Buzzeo, and the stylized art of Tom Froese, this sturdy board book is perfect for curious and playful young readers.
President Thump is not only the best president in the world. He is also the best orator, best entrepreneur, best armchair fighter(he has defeated 205 leaders, actors, media personnel, etc.) using Twitter. He is also a great poet. Presenting you a set of poetry with deep meaning, which will touch your heart and convert you to a 100% republican. Let’s make American poetry great again.
America is now reaching its Twenty Second-month mark under the Trump administration and to say "it's been a bumpy ride" is an understatement.. We present to you a set of poetry with deep meaning, which will touch your heart. This are the most hilarious tweets (poems) of all time that will not disappoint — to make you laugh at least.
100% of Last Week Tonight's proceeds will be donated to The Trevor Project and AIDS United.HBO's Emmy-winning Last Week Tonight with John Oliver presents a children's picture book about a Very Special boy bunny who falls in love with another boy bunny.Meet Marlon Bundo, a lonely bunny who lives with his Grampa, Mike Pence - the Vice President of the United States. But on this Very Special Day, Marlon's life is about to change forever...With its message of tolerance and advocacy, this charming children's book explores issues of same sex marriage and democracy. Sweet, funny, and beautifully illustrated, this book is dedicated to every bunny who has ever felt different.
Comics for introverts, atheists, humanists, lefties, liberals, pro-choicers, feminists, gay rights activists, gun control advocates, freethinkers, intellectuals, science lovers, smart cookies, bookworms, nerds, gamers, comic book geeks and other awesome people.
A story of hope and the courage to start fresh after a catastrophic loss. You’re never too old to try something new or to take an exciting journey. And sometimes you just gotta get out and meet some new, um, bipedal beings. This book was taken from a larger collection about the election and first 100 days called "It's All Grey." You’re guaranteed to see a perspective in that book you never saw before. If you like this one, give that one a try.Warning: this book, the one about HIllary’s space adventure, is written in the style of a faux children's book. Would you believe that’s an actual genre? "A Child's First Book Of Trump" is a recent example. “Whose Boat is this Boat?” Is another. Those are from the liberal perspective. This one obviously isn’t. Don’t just open your mind, open a digital kindle book.
A shocking glimpse into the crazy lives of drug addicted prostitutes. You'll never look at heroin addicts the same way again.KINDLE UNLIMITED EXCLUSIVE: OMNIBUS EDITIONGet all three books for the price of one in this special anniversary collection of the bestselling trilogy!BOOK 1: GOING TO NEW YORKIn this darkly funny coming-of-age novel based on true events, Oliver, a teenage hacker living in Germany, meets Donna online. She's an American girl living in New York. After chatting and talking on the phone for months, he finally decides to surprise her with a visit. But he soon finds out that things are not what they appeared to be, and that this visit will change his life forever."This generation's version of Catcher in the Rye. I kid you not. It's that good."★★★★★ - R. Simmons, Readers' FavoriteBOOK 2: THE HEROIN SCENE IN FORT MYERSOliver moves from New York to Florida. Battling with depression, he gets sucked into the seedy underworld of Fort Myers, where he encounters a number of female drug addicts. He empathizes with them because of his own traumatic past. Oliver feels compelled to try to help them escape the addict lifestyle, but learns the hard way that he is in way over his head."A truly fascinating and unexpected look at the darker side of addiction."★★★★★ - A. Allyson, GoodreadsBOOK 3: FINDING HAPPINESS IN LOS ANGELESAfter writing a book about his bizarre adventures in America's underbelly, Oliver finally finds love among his readers on Goodreads."I think it will become a standard for people who are dealing with loved ones dealing with addictions."★★★★★ - B. Bridges, Amazon Review
In 2017 I had the great opportunity of illustrating a philosophical commentary on Richard Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen by the Irish writer George Bernard Shaw: The Perfect Wagnerite: A Commentary on the Niblung's Ring (originally published in London, 1898). Shaw offered it to those enthusiastic admirers of Wagner who "were unable to follow his ideas, and did not in the least understand the dilemma of Wotan". Shaw goes on to write: "Now suppose a man comes along: a man who has no sense of the golden age, nor any power of living in the present: a man with common desires, cupidities, ambitions; he may be an ugly, ungracious, unamiable person, whose affections may seem merely ludicrous and despicable to you. In that case, you may repulse him, and most bitterly humiliate and disappoint him. What is left to him then but to curse the love he can never win, and turn remorselessly to the gold? Suppose you reveal to that man the fact that if he will only pluck this gold up, and turn it into money, millions of men, driven by the invisible whip of hunger, will toil underground and overground night and day to pile up more and more gold for him until he is master of the world! With that, he will make short work of your golden age, and leave you lamenting its lost…. I have always enjoyed Wagner's music, but not so much the opera which I find difficult to follow; when given the task to illustrate the ring cycle itself as an aid to Shaw's text, I rediscovered the words of Wagner's masterpiece. In fact, Der Ring des Nibelungen haunted me for several months afterward, so in the end I decided to study, read many books on the subject, to finally translate the ring cycle into modern prose; laboring to make it even more enjoyable for the reader, with illustrations featuring political figures of our time. Shaw's comment/characterization served the translator well in transcribing Wagner's operatic ring cycle into fictional story about Norse gods, demigods, dwarfs and Yes! a dragon. Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung Dwarf), was a big influence on J. R. R. Tolkien whose The Lord of the Rings was directly and heavily derived from Richard Wagner's ring cycle, in which Wagner proposed to produce a myth in three complete dramas, preceded by a lengthy prelude; though already famous for his music, Wagner proved in this masterpiece that he was much more than a composer.