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Men on the Bag by Ward Clayton Book Summary:
The caddies of the Augusta National Golf Club are some of the game's most colorful characters. Their stories are intertwined with one of the world's most respected private clubs, its elite membership, and golf's greatest champions. The caddies witnessed every great moment, both private and public, at Augusta National, from Gene Sarazen's ?shot heard ?round the world? to Nicklaus's winning a record six Masters. Then in 1983, things changed forever when ?Tour caddies? were allowed at the Masters for the first time. Memories of a better day live on as Ward Clayton documents a history as compelling as the game itself. Men on the Bag delivers a story never-before-told with passion and candor.
Daddy Caddy on the Bag by Rick Heard Book Summary:
Daddy Caddy On the Bag: Coach Your Child to Peak Golf Performance will help you bring out the best in your child through golf. Parents know that coaching or teaching their own child to do anything can be quite challenging. When it comes to golf, those challenges multiply exponentially. Daddy Caddy on the Bag will help you through the entire process, beginning with introducing your child to golf. More than a pure golf instruction book, it is a guidebook that addresses working with your child as a coach, caddy, and teammate. In addition to instructional tips, Daddy Caddy on the Bag will take you all the way to serious golf skills development, being your child's tournament caddy, managing emotions and mental challenges, and being an effective coach. Daddy Caddy on the Bag will help you juggle the often conflicting roles of coach, mentor, caddy, and parent, with the ultimate goal of teaching your child to love golf for life. Whether you are just starting out or are already deep into your role as your child's golf coach and caddy, you will refer to this book again and again. You will discover how to: Get your child started in golf at any age, from toddler to teen. Save your child strokes on the golf course. Separate your role as a parent from your job as a caddy. Manage the mental game and "Let 1 = 1." Inject fun into your child's golf practice sessions. Select the best PGA/LPGA teaching professional. Become a true coach and guide your child's golf development. Work together as your child's teammate and partner. Daddy Caddy on the Bag is a "must read" for every golf parent, and will truly help you coach your child to peak golf performance.
Magic's in the Bag by Jude Bradley,Cheré Dastugue Coen Book Summary:
Powerful attraction in one small bag Cultures worldwide have long incorporated small bags containing herbs, stones, and other sacred items as part of their belief systems, whether to ward off evil, protect them while traveling or to attract positive elements into their lives. Egyptians carried amulets for protection, Native Americans wore medicine bags filled with healing herbs, and African Americans collected “sticks, stones, roots and bones” inside flannel bags and called them “mojo” or “gris gris.” Gris gris and sachet bags are, in essence, a prayer or magical spell you can carry with you. Magic’s in the Bag explores this history, plus offers 75 simple spells to create your own gris gris bag, including bags for prosperity, safe travel, contacting spirits, protection and more. You’ll get tips on which plants to use, what stones are appropriate, what spells work best for phases of the moon — even how to grow a gris gris garden! Jude Bradley is a writer, editor, producer, and teacher. She also works as a spiritual consultant, using card readings, mediumship, and energy guidance in her practice. Jude lives in the Boston area. A native of New Orleans, Cheré Dastugue Coen is a freelance journalist, teacher, and author of both nonfiction books and a paranormal mystery series under the pen name of Cherie Claire.
The Baby in the Bag by Hafza Girdap Book Summary:
"This book consists of four memoirs of victims who had to flee persecution in Turkey in the aftermath of the July 15, 2016 coup attempt. Fleeing an oppressive regime, victims tell their struggle as they sought ways to get out of the country for their freedom"--
In the Bag by Jim Carrington Book Summary:
Joe and Ash are best friends. Ash is the leader, Joe the one who follows. Then one night after a party, Joe and Ash come a across a holdall, seemingly abandoned by the side of the road. They open it up . . . and find £20,000 in cash. Of course they're going to hand it straight to the police. Aren't they? Or is all that money just a bit too tempting? And that is precisely when the trouble starts . . . Jim Carrington has already established himself as a fine writer for teens with his debut novel, Inside My Head. With In the Bag, he shows how horribly easy it is for two teenage boys to make a car crash of their lives, through an unlucky combination of being in the wrong place at the wrong time and making a handful of wrong decisions.
Juan Bobo and the Bag of Gold by N.A Book Summary:
Juan Bobo was supposed to go to the market, sell a chicken, and buy a bag of potatoes. So how did the foolish boy end up offending a wedding party, angering a farmer, and coming home with a bag of gold? The legend of Juan Bobo is one youngsters will enjoy reading repeatedly.
The Bag Lady War by Carol Leonard SeCoy Book Summary:
Tired of fending off street thugs and worried about the day they can no longer take care of themselves, three elderly widows, Josie, Mabel and Mil, concoct the perfect plan for ensuring their safety, which will also guarantee them free room and board for life. As grocery bag-covered bodies begin turning up in Southern California, police and the media are stumped. Detectives assigned to the case, Paige Turner and Mark Wisneski, wonder what weird new serial killer is on the loose. The victims are mostly drug addicts and small-time crooks, but why the grocery bags? The bodies pile up until the widows invite Turner and Wisneski to tea, where they tell all. What they reveal shocks the world and could lead to the widows' master plan seriously backfiring. Life on the streets and in prison will never be the same.
In the Bag by Kate Klise Book Summary:
Bestselling YA author Kate Klise flies high with her first novel for grown-ups. In the Bag is You’ve Got Mail meets The Parent Trap in the 21st century—an absolutely enthralling story of globe-hopping, lost luggage, found opportunities…and the old-fashioned art of flirtation in a modern world. Told from the alternating perspectives of two single parents and their two teenage children, In the Bag is warm and witty, surprising, stylish, and smart contemporary women’s fiction for fans of Jennifer Weiner, Jane Green, and Megan McCafferty. Kate Klise’s sparkling career as a novelist for adults has taken glorious flight!
Put It in the Bag by Brown Cassandra Book Summary:
What are the things that have hurt you from the past and are stealing your happiness? Are you ready to be rid of it? Are you ready to be set free? Sometimes we allow our past pain to get in the way of our happiness. As a little girl, a monster tried to take something from me--my innocence--and as an adult, things happened to me in the church that hurt, and if it had not been for God on my side I would've lost my mind. As I was writing this book, I had to go back and revisit those scars. But as you read, you will see how God turned my mess into a message. Today God wants you to serve the devil his eviction notice and get back the happiness that he has stolen from you. Today is your new beginning, and we are about to put some mess in a bag! What didn't kill me has made me stronger, and I'm blessed to be able to share my past pain with you because I have been restored!
Let the Cat Out of the Bag by Montague Book Summary:
Coming Fall 2016 Let the Cat Out of the Bag by Mark Montague The beautifully twisted debut autobiography from musician, producer, songwriter and bass player extraordinaire, Mark Montague. All details are revealed in his new novel Let the Cat Out of the Bag including the incredible musical journey that led him to join forces with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame drummer Peter Criss of Kiss while collecting gold and multi-platinum records as a member of the chart topping adult contemporary band Five For Fighting. Let the Cat Out of the Bag features an in-depth look at the highs and lows of a 5 year partnership with a rock and roll legend including the many setbacks, triumphs, victories, tragedies and one monumental recording failure. Mind-boggling, entertaining, true anecdotes that will most certainly leave you begging for more. This isn't your average 'dirty laundry' tell-all book. This is the good the bad and the ugly told in a beautifully peaceful, yet twisted manner. The old adage 'truth is stranger than fiction' comes alive in Let the Cat Out of the Bag.Personalized autograph copies will also be available for purchase.
The Body in the Bag by Joanne Ashley Book Summary:
Tim and Leigh are scam artists who come up with a life insurance fraud. They will murder a complete stranger and make out that the body is that of Tim, then claim the money. Now all they need is a victim, a corrupt doctor, some false evidence, and luck. Jack visits his friend, a motel owner in the Catskill Mountains. Unfortunately for him, he meets Leigh, gets drunk, and sleeps with her. This is the last time Jack sleeps with anyone. After brutally murdering Jack and disposing of his body, Tim disappears, leaving Leigh to close the deal. However, things are not as easy as they had planned. The motel owner and a detective with a hunch threaten to spoil everything. This mixture of sex, crime, greed, and possibility of a perfect murder leaves you guessing to the last page.
Inspirations in the Bag by Maxine Smith Book Summary:
When someone tells you they hear voices --- you question them: I don't know how or I don't know when But I do know it's time so now let us begin Everyone is invited but few will attend You see spaces are limited when the judging begins Time is of the essence good behavior a must Hurry now get your ticket before all the spaces fill up There will be great prizes crowns with jewels No more sadness allowed and streets paved with Gold and then they tell you that ---- WOW!!!
Come! There Is Poetry in the Bag! by Patricia Dave,Krystal Gober Book Summary:
Come! There Is Poetry In The Bag is a collection of poems that will lift your heart. Come read about Fishay Fishay and her friends, the Funny Snowman, and Jingle Jungle Rock. These poems will bring delight to your childs reading experience. An apple a day keeps the doctor away, they say...but when I took bite after bite, the only thing that went away was my apple. Such humor fills 'Come! There is Poetry in the Bag!' as author Patricia Dave expresses new outlooks on everyday situations. A combination of creative stories and poetry will thrill every child who begins reading and learning at a young age. Join such usual characters as Fishay Fishay, the Funny Snowman, the big BIG dinosaur, the little tree, and the pilgrim children on exciting adventures.
Bags, Boxes, Buttons, and Beyond with the Bag Ladies by Karen Simmons Book Summary:
"Created for teachers, by teachers, this resource is fun and easy to use. Everyday items like grocery bags, cereal boxes, and buttons become raw materials for teaching tools that enhance your standards-based curriculum. As usual, The Bag Ladies include step-by-step instructions, blackline masters, and photographs for more than 60 kid-tested projects"--Cover page 4.
Out of the Bag by James Henry Taylor Book Summary:
(Short story.) Bert and Liz live in a house they cannot leave. A rumpled paper bag on the coffee table is filled with slips of paper; when a slip is drawn, whatever is written on it soon appears in their little world. But words can have more than one meaning...
Mr Christian and the Bag Lady: an Anthology of Prize-Winning Stories by John Howard Reid Book Summary:
Fifteen prize-winning short stories are contributed by Roger Vickery, Fiona Price, Elaine Fell, Peter Job, Michael Hunt, Margaret Harrison, Robyn Hukin, Trisha Dunning, Mark Hodgetts, Kurt von Trojan, Jim Kent, John Ryan, Peter Appleton, and Brennan O'Shea.
The Bag Tie Killer by Ekim Book Summary:
A killer buys his freedom from those that could be corrupted. A lost man is out for revenge. The Judge and Jury had a price; they could be bought. However, for a devoted father and husband, a wound was cut deeper than all of time could have healed. He fractured and the years of his missing family sent him over the deep end.
The Bag Lady by Lavern O. Staten Book Summary:
The Bag Lady was created out of the many little stories told to me down through my career dealing with young adults who lack God in their lives. Listening and telling young people about Jesus and choices motivated me to write this book, in hopes that it would help them understand that man may let them down but God won’t. The Bag Lady is filled with little stories of young, struggling women who put themselves in danger, looking for love and desperately seeking ways to get on the right path of life. This book also teaches that looking for love in the wrong places and then trying to get revenge can lead to destruction. Finally, it teaches that you must be true to yourself and have faith in God and depend on Him only to take you through the storms of life. Why settle for less, when God can give you more that you need, if only you would trust Him?