3 edition of Dear Mr. Fireman found in the catalog.
March 30, 2005
by Virtualbookworm.com Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||92|
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Annapolis, June 27, 1777. Extract of a letter, dated camp at Middle-Brook, June 21, 1777.
Advice: a satire
Letters and papers of John Shillingford
The moon into blood.
Thai vegetarian cooking
European labour politics from 1900 to the depression
Ambulance service establishments under the Fair labor standards act
Sport through the ages
Industrial information systems
Modern gospel song stories.
Contemporary Canadian authors
mystery and art of the apothecary
"Dear Mr. Fireman" captures this innocence and wonder in a way that is both hilarious and poignant. It features children's comments to the author, a twenty-six year veteran of the Brockton Fire Department, that reveal the curious and sometimes painfully honest nature of our nation's greatest asset, its children.
This book is a light-hearted Author: Lawrence P. Gorman Jr. Mary-Louise Parker’s Dear Mr. You is a pants-pissingly funny, gut-wrenching meditation on her loving and tormented encounters with the masculine.
From grandfather to father to son to the wacky, pre-Burning Man hippie with a loincloth who haunts her at a co-op job to the lover who deserves the coda ‘Sleep tight, little monster.’ Whether /5(). Dear Mr M is the eighth novel by Dutch actor, television and radio producer, newspaper columnist and author, Herman Koch, and the third to be translated into English.
Dear “It’s not something that can simply be turned on and off, this constant observing of superabundant detail; he is a writer, he tells himself, but the vacuuming up of /5. A wonderfully unconventional literary debut from the award-winning actress Mary-Louise Parker.
An extraordinary literary work, Dear renders the singular arc of a womans life through letters Mary-Louise Parker composes to the men, real and hypothetical, who have informed the person she is today. Beginning with the grandfather she never knew, the letters range from a/5. Dear Mr. You stands out." — Chicago Tribune "Parker dives into complex topics that aren’t always easy to put to paper with humor and rich, full writing.
She draws the readers in and will have them hooked until the final page. Dear Mr. You is a thrilling and brilliant début by an accomplished actor." — The Daily Iowan "Dear Ms.
You. Dear Ms. Editor, When you asked if I’d like to review Mary-Louise Parker’s memoir, “Dear Mr. You,” I emailed back, “A resounding yes!”.