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Hippie Handbook: How to Tie-Dye A T-Shirt, Flash a Peace Sign, and Other Essential Skills for the Carefree Lifeby Chelsea Cain
Monday, August 18, 2014 07:30 PM
Powell's City of Books on Burnside, Portland, OR
Famously kidnapped at age six, Kick Lannigan captured America's hearts when she was rescued five years later. Now 21, she finds herself unexpectedly entangled in a missing child case that will put her talents to the test. Trained as a marksman, lock picker, escape artist, and bomb maker by her abductor, Kick could not return to the life of the average young girl after her release. So, in lieu of therapy, she mastered martial arts, boxing, and knife throwing and learned how to escape from the trunk of a car, jimmy a pair of handcuffs, and walk without making a sound — all before age 13. Kick has trained herself to be safe. But then two children go missing in three weeks. With lives hanging in the balance, Kick is set to be the crusader she has always imagined herself to be. A heart-stopping, entertaining thrill ride, One Kick (Simon & Schuster) announces the arrival of a blistering new series by Chelsea Cain, author of the critically acclaimed Archie Sheridan/Gretchen Lowell thrillers.
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Brothers and sisters Here at last is a light-hearted, free-spirited, groovy guide to the timeless hippie skills and activities that make the world a better place, one macrame belt at a time. In illustrated, easy-to-follow instructions, author Chelsea Cain — who grew up on an Iowa hippie commune — provides practical and playful know-how for the hippie and hippie-at-heart. Learn how to milk a goat, build a compost pile, play Kumbaya on the guitar, teach a dog how to catch a Frisbee, and get your file from the FBI. Discover the finer points of caring for a fern, choosing a mantra, organizing a protest, naming your hippie baby, and making sand candles as holiday gifts. Including primers on cooking, dressing, driving, telling time, dancing, and celebrating your birthday in classic hippie style, and a righteous appendix of essential hippie books, movies, and slang, The Hippie Handbook knows the score. Right on.
Learn how to milk a goat, build a compost pile, and play "Kumbaya" with the help of this free-spirited, groovy guide to the timeless hippie skills that make the world a better place, one macram belt at a time. Two-color illustrations throughout.
This lighthearted, free spirited, groovy guide tells you everything you need to be a hippie!
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