Yes, Tin Lizzie Was An Alcoholic

Correcting Bad Revisionist History About Ford's Multi-Fuel Model T
By Marc J Rauch

Marc J Rauch wrote Yes, Tin Lizzie Was An Alcoholic: Correcting Bad Revisionist History About Ford's Multi-Fuel Model T to make the case that Henry Ford’s most famous automobile was designed to run on other fuels besides gasoline, namely alcohol. The book presents the other...

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Yes To Social Dance

35+ Partner Dance Styles to Stay Fit, Find Joy & Make Connections
By Myra Kolm

Yes to Social Dance by Myra Kolm is the kick in the rear people need if they've ever considered dance as something they'd like to try, or if they are already on the floor but would like a little inspiration and encouragement. Kolm brings ten...

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You're Pulling My Leg!

The Ultimate Storytelling Game
By Allen Wolf

You're Pulling My Leg! The Ultimate Storytelling Game by Allen Wolf is an amazing book that can be played by using the cards given. There are over 600 questions in these cards and instructions are given on how the game should be played. It can...

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You Add The Rainbow

Adult Coloring Book (Rainbow Works) (Volume 1)
By Tit Elingtin,Erin O'Riordan

You Add The Rainbow - Adult Coloring Book (Rainbow Works) (Volume 1) by Tit Elingtin and Erin O'Riordan is a coloring book for all ages. Themes like mazes, abstract designs, butterflies etc are covered by this tension reliever. There is a good collection of templates...

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You Can Write for Children

How to Write Great Stories, Articles, and Books for Kids and Teenagers
By Chris Eboch

You Can Write for Children by Chris Eboch explains how to explore the wide variety of age ranges, genres, and styles in writing stories, articles, and books for young people. Chris suggests a five-step approach, beginning with a study of existing literature as well as...