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Tippy the Cripple Books

  • Autor: James B Rasmussiensteiner
  • Editor: Createspace
  • Relaese Date: 16 December 2013
  • ISBN: 1494401789
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • Number of page: 154 pages
  • File Size: 58MB
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Description Tippy the Cripple de James B Rasmussiensteiner:

Humor that sneaks up on you (if you are smart and wise). Warm lighthearted with gentle attempts at wisdom. Humor on different levels that might make some of you squirt milk out of your nose so be forewarned. Humor without any bad words. Happy endings (except for those who die). Crimes stopped by citizens and police. Gripping intrigue as loyal Americans work to thwart an Islamic terrorist (with the help of the military and a real general watching from a safe distance). Many different flavors of doughnuts. Several wrinkly babies (after proper marriage, of course). Marriage counseling. And much much more. We sincerely hope that this is not the last book you read. With all due respect if this book does not make you laugh it may be a sign that you are a bad person and you should get "checked out." James arrived in the United States at a very young age and after a few years attained fluency in English which he adopted as his main language for both speaking and writing. When he first arrived he was very weak and required hospitalization but after only a short stay was released and spent the rest of his youth in good health. American food suited him well (especially pizza) and he developed more than a passing fondness for carbonated beverages. His acquaintance with the use of a cane came about in his later years because of his right foot, but it would only hurt when he put weight on it sometimes. In his earlier years there was much about the American school system that he did not like, but he adjusted and graduated from an American high school and later traveled around much of the country. James is very proud of his United States Citizenship and has an American flag.


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