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Hung Like a Seahorse
Author: Quinn Alexander Fontaine
Publisher: N.A
Release Date: 2017-04-05
ISBN 10: 9781945446108
Pages: 154 pages

Hung Like a Seahorse Book Summary : We each have a story, and we are not our story. So many of us get trapped by thinking we are less than others or unlovable or that we should not be taking up space altogether. This book will remind you that you are here for a reason. Quinn tells about the nitty-gritty of his journey of healing work to recover from childhood trauma and multiple addictions, and his full acceptance of being transgender. In this book you will: - Read How Quinn Gets Through the Tough Times - Gain a Sense of Freedom to Be Who You Truly Are - Feel Inspired and Encouraged to Shine Your Light More Brightly - Learn How to Set Yourself Free and Give Others Permission to Do the Same - Discover Ways to Share Your Beautiful, Ever-Evolving Authentic Self With the World "Quinn's journey is the epitome of authenticity. May all who read this book be encouraged, emboldened, and emancipated from bondage into the freedom of their Essential Self." - Michael Bernard Beckwith, Author of Spiritual Liberation and Life Visioning "This book is funny, heartbreaking, inspiring, and transformational." - Eliot Laurence, Producer, Screenwriter of Claws and Welcome to Me "Hung Like a Seahorse is not just about the transgender experience, it is about the human experience and how we can move beyond our limitations to understand each other better." - Jillian Brasch, Occupational Therapist, Author of The Last Gifts "Not since reading Conundrum has there been such a courageous, powerful, and insightful telling of a trans child coming of age with the multitude of challenges one must face! - G. Sterling Zinsmeyer, Executive Producer of the Opera, Fellow Travelers, and the Award-Winning Film, Latter Days

The Intrepid Parent's Field Guide to the Baby Kingdom
Author: Jennifer Byrne
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2012-12-18
ISBN 10: 1440554498
Pages: 256 pages

The Intrepid Parent's Field Guide to the Baby Kingdom Book Summary : Welcome to the jungle! Caring for your baby can be scary. He smells weird, he squirms, he burps, he cries... and cries... and cries. She runs amok through your lovely family nest and shows you who the leader of the pack really is. The Intrepid Parent's Field Guide to the Baby Kingdom understands the tumultuous terrain you're currently facing. Sometimes handling your infant feels like you're encountering a new species--an adorable little creature that should be approached with caution. Inside this book, you'll find all the valuable information you need to get out of this brave new world in one piece, including the meaning behind each yelp, growl, and step, and how to handle close encounters. With these critical observations and instructions, you'll be able to nurture the mysterious little being that has taken up residence in your home--and allow peace to once again reign throughout the kingdom.

Seahorse
Author: Janice Pariat
Publisher: Random House India
Release Date: 2014-11-20
ISBN 10: 8184006683
Pages: 302 pages

Seahorse Book Summary : Nem is a student of English literature at Delhi University. He drifts between classes, weed-hazy parties, and the amorous complexities of campus life, until a chance encounter with an art historian steers him into a world of pleasure and artistic discovery. Nem’s life is irrevocably transformed. One day, without warning, his mentor disappears. In the years that follow, Nem cocoons himself in South Delhi, writing for a chic cultural journal. When he is awarded a fellowship to London, a cryptic note plunges him into a search for the art historian—a search which turns into a reckoning with his past. Retelling the myth of Poseidon and his youthful male devotee Pelops, Seahorse transforms a simple coming-of-age story into an epic drama of loss, love, and healing.

The Seahorse
Author: Anthony Masters
Publisher: A&C Black
Release Date: 2013-07-02
ISBN 10: 1448211646
Pages: 329 pages

The Seahorse Book Summary : When Jamie nearly drowns in a rough sea, his life is saved by a magnificent white Sea Horse with green eyes. One stormy night the Sea Horse comes ashore and is imprisoned in a lonely stable. First published in 1966 this fantasy fixture tells, through the mind of a small boy, the story of Jamie's quest to save the Sea Horse.

The Clay Girl
Author: Tucker, Heather
Publisher: ECW Press
Release Date: 2016-10-11
ISBN 10: 1770909176
Pages: 312 pages

The Clay Girl Book Summary : A stunning and lyrical debut novel Vincent Appleton smiles at his daughters, raises a gun, and blows off his head. For the Appleton sisters, life had unravelled many times before. This time it explodes. Eight-year-old Hariet, known to all as Ari, is dispatched to Cape Breton and her Aunt Mary, who is purported to eat little girls. But Mary and her partner, Nia, offer an unexpected refuge to Ari and her steadfast companion, Jasper, an imaginary seahorse. Yet the respite does not last, and Ari is torn from her aunts and forced back to her twisted mother and fractured sisters. Her new stepfather, Len, and his family offer hope, but as Ari grows to adore them, sheÍs severed violently from them too, when her mother moves in with the brutal Dick Irwin. Through the sexual revolution and drug culture of the 1960s, Ari struggles with her fatherÍs legacy and her motherÍs addictions, testing limits with substances that numb and men who show her kindness. Ari spins through a chaotic decade of loss and love, the devilish and divine, with wit, tenacity, and the astonishing balance unique to seahorses. The Clay Girl is a beautiful tour de force about a child sculpted by kindness, cruelty, and the extraordinary power of imagination, and her families „ the one sheÍs born in to and the one she creates.

I Dreamt I was a Dinosaur
Author: Stella Blackstone,Clare Beaton
Publisher: Barefoot Books
Release Date: 2006
ISBN 10: 9781846860157
Pages: 24 pages

I Dreamt I was a Dinosaur Book Summary : I dreamt I was a dinosaur. You should have seen me romp and roar!

BALLS
Author: Chris Edwards
Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group
Release Date: 2016-10-04
ISBN 10: 1626343268
Pages: 264 pages

BALLS Book Summary : Changing your gender from female to male takes balls. And if you’re going to do it in front of 500 coworkers at one of the top ad agencies in the country, you better have a pretty big set! At a time when the term “transgender” didn’t really exist, and with support from family, friends, and a great therapist, Chris Edwards endured 28 surgeries to become the man he always knew he was meant to be. He used what he learned working in advertising along with his ever-present sense of humor to rebrand himself and orchestrate what was quite possibly the most widely accepted and embraced gender transition of its kind. He’s a pioneer who changed the perception of an entire community, and his memoir, BALLS, will touch readers’ hearts and open their minds. ​Edwards is funny, brazen, and endearing, and BALLS is the hilarious and moving story about family, friends, and the courage to be your true self. It boldly and fearlessly goes where other trans memoirs haven’t. If you’ve ever felt uncomfortable in your own skin, for whatever reason, you will be inspired and empowered by this book. A portion of the proceeds of BALLS will be donated to Camp Aranu’tiq (camparanutiq.org), a nonprofit program serving transgender youth and their families.

Gould's Book of Fish
Author: Richard Flanagan
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
Release Date: 2014-09-23
ISBN 10: 0802191991
Pages: 416 pages

Gould's Book of Fish Book Summary : Winner of the Commonwealth Prize New York Times Book Review—Notable Fiction 2002 Entertainment Weekly—Best Fiction of 2002 Los Angeles Times Book Review—Best of the Best 2002 Washington Post Book World—Raves 2002 Chicago Tribune—Favorite Books of 2002 Christian Science Monitor—Best Books 2002 Publishers Weekly—Best Books of 2002 The Cleveland Plain Dealer—Year’s Best Books Minneapolis Star Tribune—Standout Books of 2002 Once upon a time, when the earth was still young, before the fish in the sea and all the living things on land began to be destroyed, a man named William Buelow Gould was sentenced to life imprisonment at the most feared penal colony in the British Empire, and there ordered to paint a book of fish. He fell in love with the black mistress of the warder and discovered too late that to love is not safe; he attempted to keep a record of the strange reality he saw in prison, only to realize that history is not written by those who are ruled. Acclaimed as a masterpiece around the world, Gould’s Book of Fish is at once a marvelously imagined epic of nineteenth-century Australia and a contemporary fable, a tale of horror, and a celebration of love, all transformed by a convict painter into pictures of fish.

Writing Gordon Lightfoot
Author: Dave Bidini
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart
Release Date: 2011-10-18
ISBN 10: 0771012594
Pages: 288 pages

Writing Gordon Lightfoot Book Summary : From acclaimed musician and author Dave Bidini comes a brilliantly original look at a folk-rock legend and the momentous week in 1972 that culminated in the Mariposa Folk Festival. July, 1972. As musicians across Canada prepare for the nation's biggest folk festival, held on Toronto Island, a series of events unfold that will transform the country politically, psychologically--and musically. As Bidini explores the remarkable week leading up to Mariposa, he also explores the life and times of one of the most enigmatic figures in Canadian music: Gordon Lightfoot, the reigning king of folk at the height of his career. Through a series of letters, Bidini addresses Lightfoot directly, questioning him, imagining his life, and weaving together a fascinating, highly original look at a musician at the top of his game. By the end of the week, the country is on the verge of massive change and the '72 Mariposa folk fest--complete with surprise appearances by Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, and yes, Lightfoot--is on its way to becoming legendary. From the Hardcover edition.

The Circle
Author: Dave Eggers
Publisher: Knopf Canada
Release Date: 2013-10-08
ISBN 10: 0345808606
Pages: 528 pages

The Circle Book Summary : LONGLISTED 2015 – International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award The Circle is the exhilarating new novel from Dave Eggers, bestselling author of A Hologram for the King, a finalist for the National Book Award. When Mae Holland is hired to work for the Circle, the world’s most powerful internet company, she feels she’s been given the opportunity of a lifetime. The Circle, run out of a sprawling California campus, links users’ personal emails, social media, banking, and purchasing with their universal operating system, resulting in one online identity and a new age of civility and transparency. As Mae tours the open-plan office spaces, the towering glass dining facilities, the cozy dorms for those who spend nights at work, she is thrilled with the company’s modernity and activity. There are parties that last through the night, there are famous musicians playing on the lawn, there are athletic activities and clubs and brunches, and even an aquarium of rare fish retrieved from the Marianas Trench by the CEO. Mae can’t believe her luck, her great fortune to work for the most influential company in the world—even as life beyond the campus grows distant, even as a strange encounter with a colleague leaves her shaken, even as her role at the Circle becomes increasingly public. What begins as the captivating story of one woman’s ambition and idealism soon becomes a heart-racing novel of suspense, raising questions about memory, history, privacy, democracy, and the limits of human knowledge. From the Hardcover edition.

Sub-Lebrity*
Author: Leon Acord
Publisher: Independently Published
Release Date: 2020-06-03
ISBN 10:
Pages: 388 pages

Sub-Lebrity* Book Summary : "Vividly written... a superb memoir of a life well lived" - David-Elijah Nahmod, Bay Area Reporter A droll, oddly inspirational memoir from the actor Breitbart called "a gay leftist activist," SUB-LEBRITY by Leon Acord (Old Dogs & New Tricks) is an honest, sometimes bitchy but always sincere story about growing up (very) gay in rural Indiana, achieving acting success outside the closet, and generating headlines with his very-public smackdown with Trump-loving Susan Olsen (Cindy, The Brady Bunch). "A life in the arts is richly rewarding, even if it doesn't reward one with riches."From Indiana farm boy to San Francisco queer-theatre veteran...From creator/star of the seminal gay web TV series Old Dogs & New Tricks to his infamous role as Cindy Brady's political arch-enemy...Actor Leon Acord's story, told in his singular, cheeky voice, is "like any other Hollywood memoir...the only difference is, I'm not famous!"With photos & stories from dozens of film & theatre roles, plus tales of bad auditions and a sampling of his hate mail, you'll learn exactly why Acord never became a star!

The Poisoned Emerald
Author: Sarena and Sasha Nanua
Publisher: iUniverse
Release Date: 2014-10-16
ISBN 10: 1491746637
Pages: 324 pages

The Poisoned Emerald Book Summary : I wrapped myself in the portal's embrace and felt my feet land on a new surface. I stood on a sandy beach that was wet and damp, causing the ground to stick to my shoes. The portal snapped shut, and I felt misty rain dance on my shoulders. Thunder sounded from overhead, and before I could comprehend the impending storm, a gash of lightning hit the hill just to the right of the river. The ground quaked below me before an explosion of sand burst from the ground. AS WINTER ARRIVES Arica Miller is back to regular school life at Hill Valley. After resolving the disappearance of the King's Jewel and returning it safely, Arica doesn't expect anything else to go wrong. Too soon does Arica learn that a great evil?a poison?has spread through the Sorcerers Underworld, threatening to take away all magic. And worse, the only person who can save the magical world has been kidnapped: the king. In order to find the king, Arica and her friends must follow an ancient prophecy in which they must defeat vicious creatures, travel through mysterious forests, and restore peace to the poisoned land?no matter how dangerous it could be ? In this final installment of The Pendant Trilogy, Arica learns of dark pasts, unknowable futures, and the truth of the pendant's origin. Arica doesn't have much time left?and if she fails, the mortal and the magical worlds are both at stake.

Leonardo's Mountain of Clams and the Diet of Worms
Author: Stephen Jay Gould
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Release Date: 2011-10-01
ISBN 10: 0674061632
Pages: 422 pages

Leonardo's Mountain of Clams and the Diet of Worms Book Summary : This unique volume of 21 recent essays published in "Natural History" magazine consciously formulates a humanistic natural history, telling how humans have learned to study and understand nature, rather than a history of nature itself. 41 illustrations.

Seahorse
Author: Khara L. Campbell
Publisher: Archway Publishing
Release Date: 2019-04-10
ISBN 10: 9781480874275
Pages: 334 pages

Seahorse Book Summary : With passion, heart and powerful storytelling, Khara Campbell gives us our next great Boston story of love, life and inspiration. Campbell's knack for seamlessly mixing pop culturism, modern romance and big picture life perspective is refreshing and heartwarming. --Dave Wedge, New York Times bestselling author of 12: The Inside Story of Tom Brady's Fight for Redemption, and Boston Strong: A City's Triumph Over Tragedy. Campbell's Seahorse is a poignant story of life, loss and everlasting love, a rare and beautiful perspective on the fight to pass our legacy onto the next generation. The characters bring me home and remind me that I am the best parts of my mother, my father, and that we, too, have something to pass on. A story that should be read by every mother, daughter, and feminist fighting for the next generation to be better. --Elizabeth Bohnel, senior producer and founding member of MAKERS: Women Who Make America Caroline and Chris Shaughnessy don't fit the small town New England mold. They weren't married and pregnant by thirty. They don't strive to get into the most exclusive golf clubs, money doesn't run in the family, and they've carved their own paths. Caroline is a self-made boss in a traditionally male role, while Chris teaches at an all-women's college. Basically, they're the couple that has everything--great looks, careers, health, and home. They have everything--except a child, and no one in Cohasset, Massachusetts, lets them forget. The pressure of so many unsuccessful pregnancy attempts and her family's stinging doubt are driving Caroline to the breaking point until one June afternoon when she gets the news that she's expecting. Everything Caroline and Chris have ever wanted is coming true. Thrilled to be a mother, Caroline goes out for her routine morning jog and collapses. She is rushed to the hospital, where they learn she has a cancerous mass in her lung. This must be a mistake. Caroline is an exemplar of good health. Now, Caroline and Chris must make an impossible choice as they fight for love and run the marathon of life.

Queene of Light
Author: Jennifer Armintrout
Publisher: Harlequin
Release Date: 2012-10-15
ISBN 10: 1460304934
Pages: 400 pages

Queene of Light Book Summary : In a time not long from now, the veil between fantasy and reality is ripped asunder--creatures of myth and fairy tale spill into the mortal world. Enchanted yet horrified, humans force the magical beings Underground, to colonize the sewers and abandoned subway tunnels beneath their glittering cities. But even magic folk cannot dwell in harmony, and soon two Worlds emerge: the Lightworld, home to faeries, dragons and dwarves; and the Darkworld, where vampires, werewolves, angels and demons lurk. Now, in the dank and shadowy place between Lightworld and Darkworld, a transformation is about to begin.... Ayla, a half faery, half human assassin, is stalked by Malachi, a Death Angel tasked with harvesting mortal souls. They clash. Immortality evaporates, forging a bond neither may survive. And in the face of unbridled ambitions and untested loyalties, an ominous prophecy is revealed that will shake the Worlds.