Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Big Stack of Baba Booey

Baba Booey

They Call Me Baba Booey by Gary Dell'Abate. Ta-ta-ta toothy.

They Call Me Baba Booey by Gary Dell'Abate. 6 CDs at 7 hours. Ma-ma-ma monkey.


All Jacked Up by Lorelei James. These erotic romances have been checking out.

Young Junius by Seth Harwood. Teenage kid looks for revenge in drug dealing heaven of the projects.

The Prow Beast by Robert Low. Fourth entry in the viking series.

Crescent Dawn by Clive and Dirk Cussler. Judging by the cover illustration some high-tech boat is attacking tankers in the Middle East.

Outwitting Trolls by William G. Taply. Boston novel about the internet.

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Mothers and Other Liars by Amy Bourret. Cover photo has lady and small child walking through a park and holding umbrellas.

What is Left the Daughter by Howard Norman. Missing is what a title word?


Kids Love Wisconsin: your family friendly guide to exploring 'kid-friendly' Wisconsin by George and Michele Zavatsky.

Robert's Rules of Order: newly revised: 10th edition. Latest edition.

Zot!: 1987-1991: the complete black and white collection by Scott McCloud. COmic book compendium.

Wisconsin: an explorer's guide by Mollie Boutell-Butler. I'll skip the local quotes since there are only two.

Hot X: algebra exposed by Danica McKellar. Former actor turned mathematician writes math book for girls.

Stuff: compulsive hoarding and the meaning of things by Randy O. Frost and Gail Steketee.

Barefoot Contessa, how easy is that? by Ina Garten. Cookbook.

State Fair: the great Minnesota get-together by Susan Lambert Miller. Did I buy this? Maybe the book was a donation.

In Fifty Years We'll All Be Chicks by Adam Carolla. Comic rants and raves in print.

Born to Run by Christopher McDougall. People from Lake Mills have been getting copies from other libraries so I ordered it.

Helmet For My Pillow: from Parris Island to the Pacific by Robert Leckie. "One of the most riveting first-person accounts ever to come out of World War II."

I'm Not High by Jim Breuer. "But I've got a lot of crazy stories about life as a Goat Boy, a dad, and spiritual warrior."

The Last Boy: Mickey Mantle and the end of America's childhood by Jane Leavey. I hate to break the news to you, Jane, but America's childhood was over a long time before Mantle was around.

Decision Points by George W. Bush. Be nice. No rude comments.

At Home: a short history of private life by Bill Bryson. Humorist writes another book.

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