The Secret Life of a Funny Girl

The Secret Life of a Funny Girl
Title The Secret Life of a Funny Girl PDF eBook
Author Susan Chalker Browne
Publisher Pennywell Books
Pages 165
Release 2012-10-15
Genre Teenage girls
ISBN 9781771170123

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It's the year of our Lord 1971, and Maureen O'Neill is one of the smartest girls at Fatima Academy. One of the funniest, too. Her teachers don't like it, but her friends think she's a riot. But one day her world begins to crumble apart, and Maureen is forced to keep a terrible secret. Meanwhile, the girls are whispering about her, the boys are starting to notice her, and the teachers are driving her crazy. The Secret Life of a Funny Girl is award-winning writer Susan Chalker Browne's tenth book for children and her first young adult novel.




The Secret Life of Girls

The Secret Life of Girls
Title The Secret Life of Girls PDF eBook
Author Chloë Thurlow
Publisher Xcite Books
Pages 0
Release 2010-11
Genre Erotic stories
ISBN 9781907761904

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After the gardener spanks her bottom and a nun at her elite finishing school seduces her in the catacombs, Bella realises that sex was what she was born for. She adores wearing a dildo and deflowering virgins just as much as she adores indulging the roguish Christian Thomas with his addiction to fruit salads and bondage. Then Bella's world comes tumbling down. She learns that her beloved Ickham Manor doesn't belong to her, it belongs to her wicked stepfather. Sex has been fun. Now it is the weapon she uses to put her world back together again. Bella entraps her stepfather in a lewd act on video. She stars in a porn flick and, as her song on the soundtrack makes her a tabloid celebrity, Bella is at the beginning of an erotic ride into the showbiz world of pain and perversion, of domination and glorious submission.




THE SECRET LIFE OF LADY GABRIELLA

THE SECRET LIFE OF LADY GABRIELLA
Title THE SECRET LIFE OF LADY GABRIELLA PDF eBook
Author Liz Fielding
Publisher Harlequin / SB Creative
Pages 129
Release 2015-09-29
Genre Comics & Graphic Novels
ISBN 4596685495

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Funny Girl

Funny Girl
Title Funny Girl PDF eBook
Author Betsy Bird
Publisher Penguin
Pages 226
Release 2018-05-08
Genre Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 0147517834

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Funny Girl is a collection of uproarious stories, rollicking comics, rib-tickling wit, and more, from 25 of today’s funniest female writers for kids. What could be funnier than family? Read stories about Ursula Brown's grandmother driving her on a road trip to disaster, Lisa Brown's little brother getting a Tic-Tac stuck up his nose, and Carmen Agra Deedy's mom setting the bathtub on fire. What could be funnier than friends? Pretty much nothing, as Rita Williams-Garcia shows two besties hatching a bird-brained scheme to get on to a TV talk show, and Deborah Underwood introduces a dynamic dog-and-cat duo teaming up on a pet advice column. What could be funnier than YOU? Tell your future with Mad Libs, discover your Chinese Zodiac sign with Lenore Look, and learn the best tricks of the comedy trade from professional humorists like Adrianne Chalepah and Delaney Yeager. With clever contributions from award-winning and bestselling authors including Cece Bell, Sophie Blackall, Libba Bray, Shannon Hale, Lisa Graff, and Raina Telgemeier, this anthology of funny girls will make you laugh until you cry. Or cry until you laugh. Or maybe you won't cry at all. Either way, you'll definitely laugh. Funny Girl isn’t just an anthology: it’s a cause, a mission, a movement. Girls are funny. Now it’s time for the world to know it.




The Secret Lives of Baltimore Girls 2

The Secret Lives of Baltimore Girls 2
Title The Secret Lives of Baltimore Girls 2 PDF eBook
Author Katt
Publisher Urban Books
Pages 241
Release 2021-09-28
Genre Fiction
ISBN 1645562212

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Three Baltimore girls--Charlie, convinced her man is having an affair with a work colleague; Emerson, caught in a love triangle; and Mikayla, who finds out her mother has been murdered--carry secrets and deal with challenges that could derail even the toughest women.




The Secret Life of Sam Holloway

The Secret Life of Sam Holloway
Title The Secret Life of Sam Holloway PDF eBook
Author Rhys Thomas
Publisher Harlequin
Pages 364
Release 2019-08-27
Genre Fiction
ISBN 148805097X

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A poignant and irresistible story about an improbable hero and the woman who saves him. Sam Holloway is a survivor, but he’s not really living. His meticulous routines and quiet lifestyle keep everything nice and safe—with just one exception… Three nights a week, Sam dons his superhero costume and patrols the streets. It makes him feel invincible—but his unlikely heroics are getting him into some sticky situations. Then a girl comes along and starts to shatter the walls Sam has built around himself. Now he needs to decide if he’s brave enough to take off the mask and confront the grief he’s been avoiding for so long. Heartfelt and delightful, The Secret Life of Sam Holloway is a moving story about grief, love and the life-changing power of kindness.




The Secret Life of the American Musical

The Secret Life of the American Musical
Title The Secret Life of the American Musical PDF eBook
Author Jack Viertel
Publisher Macmillan + ORM
Pages 335
Release 2016-03-01
Genre Performing Arts
ISBN 0374711259

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A New York Times Bestseller For almost a century, Americans have been losing their hearts and losing their minds in an insatiable love affair with the American musical. It often begins in childhood in a darkened theater, grows into something more serious for high school actors, and reaches its passionate zenith when it comes time for love, marriage, and children, who will start the cycle all over again. Americans love musicals. Americans invented musicals. Americans perfected musicals. But what, exactly, is a musical? In The Secret Life of the American Musical, Jack Viertel takes them apart, puts them back together, sings their praises, marvels at their unflagging inventiveness, and occasionally despairs over their more embarrassing shortcomings. In the process, he invites us to fall in love all over again by showing us how musicals happen, what makes them work, how they captivate audiences, and how one landmark show leads to the next—by design or by accident, by emulation or by rebellion—from Oklahoma! to Hamilton and onward. Structured like a musical, The Secret Life of the American Musical begins with an overture and concludes with a curtain call, with stops in between for “I Want” songs, “conditional” love songs, production numbers, star turns, and finales. The ultimate insider, Viertel has spent three decades on Broadway, working on dozens of shows old and new as a conceiver, producer, dramaturg, and general creative force; he has his own unique way of looking at the process and at the people who collaborate to make musicals a reality. He shows us patterns in the architecture of classic shows and charts the inevitable evolution that has taken place in musical theater as America itself has evolved socially and politically. The Secret Life of the American Musical makes you feel as though you’ve been there in the rehearsal room, in the front row of the theater, and in the working offices of theater owners and producers as they pursue their own love affair with that rare and elusive beast—the Broadway hit.