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Lessons in Taxidermy: A Compendium of Safety and Danger (Punk Planet Books) Paperback – April 1, 2005
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As far as a book to help those struggling through cancer, I would recommend highly No Place Like Home by Girard, which is very beautifully written and will give the reader more of a feeling of relating to the author.
On the back of the book it says that it's "apocryphal, troubling, cathartic, and important". I agree with this 100%
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A rollicking romp through the sidesplitting shenanigans of this goofy gal with a quenchless thirst for thrills! Your funnybone won't know what hit it!Published on April 9, 2009 by Jaina A. Davis
Will make you sad and hate yourself for making light the small things, good ending.
A wicked read, also check out the other Punk Planet books... Read more
While some of the great work in Bee's life, such as her work as an activist & mentor, is not given the credit or attention it perhaps ought to, what the reader receives is the... Read morePublished on August 23, 2005 by Deanna Dahlsad