4 edition of Happy to be here found in the catalog.
Happy to be here
|LC Classifications||PS3561.E3755 H3 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 210 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||81066033|
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Happy To Be Here by Garrison Keillor (Atheneum ) (Fiction). This is a collection of essays from the urbane, witty, and sophisticated Keillor (think of his “New Yorker” period output). It has nothing to do with Lake Wobegon or with the Prairie Home Companion/5.
“Keillor’s best stuff is clean (in the sense that lines are clean), down to earth, exquisitely good-hearted, highly ludicrous, and as labored as nitrous oxide. This book will either Happy to be here book you dumbfounded or happy—almost deservedly happy—to be anywhere” —The New York Times Book ReviewCited by: 9.
Happy To Be Here (Volume 1) Journal by Mod Sun depicting his trip across Europe. Includes experiences, ideas, and thoughts from along the way. Also includes a section for personal journaling/5(12). Hallmark Collectible Hardcover "Snow Happy to be Here. The Slightly Silly Story of the Snowblatt Family" - A delightful Hallmark collectible book to bring out every year during the holiday season to read again and enjoy /5(11).
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Blogger/role model/inspirational speaker Alix Chamberlain is none too happy about moving from Manhattan to Philadelphia for her husband Peter's job as a TV newscaster. With no friends or in-laws around to help out with her almostyear-old, Briar, and infant, Catherine, she’ll never get anywhere on the book she’s writing unless she hires a sitter.
Buy a cheap copy of Happy to be Here book by Elizabeth Berg. Free shipping over $ I’ve been a longtime fan of Janelle Hanchett’s blog, Renegade Mothering, so I already knew I’d connect with her writing style, and I was stoked to receive an advance copy of her book, I’m Just Happy To Be Here.
This beautifully written memoir is gut-wrenchingly raw and real, will suck you in immediately and have you fall in love with all the characters (especially Good News Jack).
I'M JUST HAPPY TO BE HERE. A Memoir of Recklessness, Rehab, and Renegade Mothering. by the thing that makes me alive beyond breath.” By turns painful and funny, the book explores the pressures of modern motherhood while chronicling one woman’s journey toward acceptance of her own limitations and imperfections.
A searingly candid memoir. Author: Janelle Hanchett. I'm still here. That's a consequence of the grace, and love, and generosity, and decency of others, and my own ridiculously good luck. I'm here, I feel good — not just okay, but good — and I'm very happy to still be here. Not only that, I feel hope.
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This book will either leave you dumbfounded or happy—almost deservedly happy—to be anywhere” —The New York Times Book Review “His humor is cerebral and complex, a blend of romance and nostalgia; it sparklingly parodies the American (and human) : I’m Just Happy to Be Here: A Memoir of Recklessness, Rehab, and Renegade Mothering Janelle Hanchett.
Hachette, $26 (p) ISBN Buy this book. Happy to Be Here: A Transplant Takes Root in Farmville, Virginia by Karen A. Bellenir Collected Columns from the Farmville Herald and the stars and the heavens. The book reprints 84 columns that appeared in the Farmville Herald from August through July The compilation tells about meeting new friends and neighbors, funny.
Publisher's Summary Happy to Be Here is Berg's third collection of Facebook posts. Her first, Make Someone Happy, was written in response to her many fans' requests that she put her posts together in a book that they could take on the plane, to the beach, or give to others.
"Happy to be Here" is Berg's third collection of Facebook posts. Her first, "Make Someone Happy," was written in response to her many fans' requests that she put her posts together in a book that they could take on the plane, to the beach, or give to others. You won't want to let go of this book."--Ann Imig, editor of Listen to Your Mother: What She Said Then, What We're Saying Now "Far from your cookie-cutter story of addiction and recovery, I'm Just Happy to Be Here: A Memoir of Renegade Mothering describes Hanchett's journey to recovery and sobriety in imperfect and unconventional ways."--Bustle /5(K).
Genre/Form: Humorous fiction Humorous stories: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Keillor, Garrison. Happy to be here. [New York]: Penguin Books, © “By turns painful and funny, [ I’m Just Happy to Be Here] explores the pressures of modern motherhood while chronicling one woman’s journey toward acceptance of her own limitations and imperfections.
A searingly candid memoir.”― Kirkus Reviews “Hanchett offers a startling account of her struggles. About Happy to Be Here “Keillor’s best stuff is clean (in the sense that lines are clean), down to earth, exquisitely good-hearted, highly ludicrous, and as labored as nitrous oxide.
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Due to our recent move, we’ve made some major changes. The books are almost gone, so our primary. Im Just Happy to Be Here A Memoir of Renegade Mothering by Janelle Hanchett available in Hardcover onalso read synopsis and reviews. From the creator of the blog "Renegade Mothering," Janelle Hanchett’s forthright, darkly 5/5(2).With the hum of a cafe all around we sat at our circle table, happy to be here there, enjoying some good old-fashioned read-alouds.
For me, this book was a little hard to wade through. But it stretched my comfort-zone of reading and I almost made it to the end. (I do plan to finish up the last few short stories I .