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Kiss Kiss

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Kiss Kiss by Selma Mandine Book Summary:

“What is a kiss like?” That’s what a teddy bear asks a little boy in this sweet and enchanting picture book. From Grandmother’s noisy kisses, to Father’s prickly kisses, to Little Brother’s chocolate kisses, Teddy learns there are many different kinds of kisses—but the best kisses are from the ones you love!

Kiss Kiss!

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Kiss Kiss! by Margaret Wild Book Summary:

One day when Baby Hippo woke up, he was in such a rush to go and play that he forgot to give his mama a kiss... As Baby Hippo wanders through the jungle, he hears "Kiss, kiss!" from all the other animal parents and babies. Finally he realizes what it is he forgot to do.... This adorable, loving book will be cherished on Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, or on any day a child wants a kiss from Mama.

Kiss, Kiss

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Kiss, Kiss by Jennifer Couëlle Book Summary:

One on the forehead, one on the nose, and one flying through the air…What would a day be like without kisses? In musical language translated from Jennifer Couëlle's sublime French text, Kiss, Kiss celebrates the sweet gesture as a small child experiences it: in a parent's snug goodnight, a baby’s sticky smooch, and a healing touch on a scraped knee. Jacques Laplante's bright illustrations match liveliness with tenderness, delineating a charming love-filled world in deceptively childlike strokes. Published in a compact hardcover format perfect for storytime snuggling, Kiss Kiss will be released in plenty of time for a very sweet Valentine's Day.

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

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Kiss Kiss Bang Bang by Pauline Kael Book Summary:

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is virtually an informal history of the movies. This volume deals with over 300 of them, some essay length, some in short sharp paragraphs. From Bonnie and Clyde to Blow Up, Miss Kael praises, damns and displays her extraordinary grasp of films, film-makers, techniques and film history.

Kiss Kiss! (Mini Edition)

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Kiss Kiss! (Mini Edition) by Margaret Wild Book Summary:

Baby Hippo is in such a rush to play one morning he forgets to kiss his mama, but strangely all the jungle noises seem to remind him, in a heartwarming, affectionate story perfect for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, or any day that a child wants a kiss from Mama.

Kiss, Kiss Good Night

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Kiss, Kiss Good Night by Kenn Nesbitt Book Summary:

Snuggle up with this bedtime poem by children's poet  laureate Kenn Nesbitt, all about how mommy animals say good night to their little ones.What happens when baby animals need to rest their little heads? Their mothers tuck them into bed, of course! Read along as baby bunnies, lambs, chicks, kittens, and cubs settle down for a good night's sleep while their mommies give them nuzzles, cuddles, and good-night kisses! A lulling, soothing bedtime poem perfect for getting little ones to settle down.

Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang (Urban Books)

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Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang (Urban Books) by Ashley & JaQuavis Book Summary:

When a set-up goes wrong and Six finds herself sleeping with the enemy, who will she choose, the man she loves, or the man she's supposed to hate? Detroit hustlers Free and Six have been together seven years, but their relationship has been nothing but drama. Free hasn't been faithful and Six has taken out her hurt by physically hurting the other women. Free ends up in jail for three years, and when he's sprung, he's not happy to learn that Six has been living the high-life on his dime and blown through $100,000! Then Six gets entangled in one of Free's schemes and finds herself in a role almost too good to be true--posing as the woman of another man who actually treats her with respect. Though you can bet there won't be a "happily ever after" for anyone involved…

Kiss Kiss Bang (Iron-clad Security)

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Kiss Kiss Bang (Iron-clad Security) by Sidney Halston Book Summary:

From USA Today bestselling author Sidney Halston comes the third Iron-Clad Security novel, Kiss Kiss Bang.Six-foot-two and ripped...with superior computer skills, Josef "Joey" Clad is not your typical ex-Marine. The co-owner of Iron-Clad securities is 100% Alpha male, but under his muscular physique, he's the best hacker in Miami who specializes in running Iron-Clad's cyber ops. The perfect skill set for their new client who is getting threatening emails, a client who he definitely wants to get to know better. Much better.Single mom, widow, Olivia Monroe has exceptional dreams that she refuses to let go of. Fifteen years ago, she left her broken home in New York City and never looked back. Now a dark horse candidate for Florida governor, she's not looking for a relationship. Even with the hot guy who sweeps in and saves her computer the night before a big speech. Her hero has trouble written all over him. Joey is too handsome, too funny, too confident, and way too hard to resist.Too bad he's now her bodyguard.

Harley Quinn Vol. 3: Kiss Kiss Bang Stab

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Harley Quinn Vol. 3: Kiss Kiss Bang Stab by Amanda Conner Book Summary:

NOW HIRING: ASSISTANT HARLEYS!What with working full time as a psychiatrist, managing an apartment building full of needy tenants and rambunctious pets, skating in the roller derby and trying to start up a new romance, Harley Quinn has precious little time left over for her mission of do-gooding. Time to expand her operation with her very own team of assistants! But only the best can trusted to spread Harley's values of honor, trustworthiness and insubordination. The hiring process will be competitive...and bloody!And that's not all! In this volume, Harley also breaks into Arkham Asylum to save her bestie Poison Ivy, falls hard for dashing millionaire Bruce Wayne and spreads her own unique brand of holiday cheer. Everyone's favorite nutbucket continues her big-city adventures in HARLEY QUINN VOLUME 3: KISS KISS BANG STAB, from celebrated writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, and artists Chad Hardin and John Timms, with guest artists Ben Caldwell, Mauricet, Darwyn Cooke, Brandt Peters and more. Collects issues #14-16 of the ongoing series as well as ANNUAL #1, HOLIDAY SPECIAL #1, and VALENTINE'S DAY SPECIAL #1.

"Kiss Kiss", "Switch Bitch", "My Uncle Oswald"

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"Kiss Kiss", "Switch Bitch", "My Uncle Oswald" by Roald Dahl Book Summary:

An exclusive 3 in 1 edition of Dahl's books, titled as in the title of this book. These stories are for adults rather than children, whom Dahl mostly wrote for.

Kiss, Kiss, Pout-Pout Fish (A Pout-Pout Fish Mini Adventure)

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Kiss, Kiss, Pout-Pout Fish (A Pout-Pout Fish Mini Adventure) by Deborah Diesen Book Summary:

A short and sweet mini-adventure especially created to introduce the youngest guppies to the popular Pout-Pout Fish.Swim along with Mr. Fish as he shows his friends just how much he loves them. With just one line of text per page, this simple, twelve-page board book will send Debbie Diesen and Dan Hanna's much loved Pout-Pout Fish flippering and swishing into the hearts and minds of very young children.

Kiss, Kiss, Pout-Pout Fish (A Pout-Pout Fish Mini Adventure)

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Kiss, Kiss, Pout-Pout Fish (A Pout-Pout Fish Mini Adventure) by Deborah Diesen Book Summary:

A short and sweet mini-adventure especially created to introduce the youngest guppies to the New York Times-bestselling Pout-Pout Fish.Swim along with Mr. Fish as he shows his friends just how much he loves them. With just one line of text per page, this simple, 12-page board book will send Deborah Diesen and Dan Hanna's much loved Pout-Pout Fish flippering and swishing into the hearts and minds of very young children.

Kiss Kiss Bang! Bang! The Unofficial James Bond 007 Film Companion

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Kiss Kiss Bang! Bang! The Unofficial James Bond 007 Film Companion by Alan Barnes Book Summary:

The unofficial guide to James Bond on screen analyzes every Bond performance, from Sean Connery's pantherish assassin (introduced in 1962 as Dr. No) to Pierce Brosnan's elegant and wry portrayal in The World Is Not Enough (1999). Along the way, we consider actors George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton, Roger Moore, as well as Bond appearances in other films -- such as the spy spoof Casino Royale, starring David Niven. There's a wealth of top secret information for fans of the inimitable 007.

Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang: The Boom in British Thrillers from Casino Royale to The Eagle Has Landed

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Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang: The Boom in British Thrillers from Casino Royale to The Eagle Has Landed by Mike Ripley Book Summary:

An entertaining history of British thrillers from Casino Royale to The Eagle Has Landed, in which award-winning crime writer Mike Ripley reveals that, though Britain may have lost an empire, her thrillers helped save the world. With a foreword by Lee Child.When Ian Fleming dismissed his books in a 1956 letter to Raymond Chandler as ‘straight pillow fantasies of the bang-bang, kiss-kiss variety’ he was being typically immodest. In three short years, his James Bond novels were already spearheading a boom in thriller fiction that would dominate the bestseller lists, not just in Britain, but internationally.The decade following World War II had seen Britain lose an Empire, demoted in terms of global power and status and economically crippled by debt; yet its fictional spies, secret agents, soldiers, sailors and even (occasionally) journalists were now saving the world on a regular basis.From Ian Fleming and Alistair MacLean in the 1950s through Desmond Bagley, Dick Francis, Len Deighton and John Le Carré in the 1960s, to Frederick Forsyth and Jack Higgins in the 1970s.Many have been labelled ‘boys’ books’ written by men who probably never grew up but, as award-winning writer and critic Mike Ripley recounts, the thrillers of this period provided the reader with thrills, adventure and escapism, usually in exotic settings, or as today’s leading thriller writer Lee Child puts it in his Foreword: ‘the thrill of immersion in a fast and gaudy world.’In Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, Ripley examines the rise of the thriller from the austere 1950s through the boom time of the Swinging Sixties and early 1970s, examining some 150 British authors (plus a few notable South Africans). Drawing upon conversations with many of the authors mentioned in the book, he shows how British writers, working very much in the shadow of World War II, came to dominate the field of adventure thrillers and the two types of spy story – spy fantasy (as epitomised by Ian Fleming’s James Bond) and the more realistic spy fiction created by Deighton, Le Carré and Ted Allbeury, plus the many variations (and imitators) in between.

Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang: The Boom in British Thrillers from Casino Royale to The Eagle Has Landed

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Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang: The Boom in British Thrillers from Casino Royale to The Eagle Has Landed by Mike Ripley Book Summary:

An entertaining history of British thrillers from Casino Royale to The Eagle Has Landed, in which award-winning crime writer Mike Ripley reveals that, though Britain may have lost an empire, her thrillers helped save the world. With a foreword by Lee Child. When Ian Fleming dismissed his books in a 1956 letter to Raymond Chandler as 'straight pillow fantasies of the bang-bang, kiss-kiss variety', he was being typically immodest. In three short years, his James Bond novels were already spearheading a boom in thriller fiction that would dominate the best-seller lists not just in Britain but internationally. The decade following World War II had seen Britain lose an empire, demoted in terms of global power and status and economically crippled by debt; yet its fictional spies, secret agents, soldiers, sailors and even (occasionally) journalists were now saving the world on a regular basis, from Ian Fleming and Alistair MacLean in the 1950s through Desmond Bagley, Dick Francis, Len Deighton and John Le Carré in the 1960s, to Frederick Forsyth and Jack Higgins in the 1970s. Many have been labelled 'boys' books' written by men who probably never grew up, but, as award-winning writer and critic Mike Ripley recounts, the thrillers of this period provided thrills, adventure and escapism, usually in exotic settings, or, as today's leading thriller writer Lee Child puts it in his foreword, 'the thrill of immersion in a fast and gaudy world'. In Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, Ripley examines the rise of the thriller from the austere 1950s through the boom time of the Swinging '60s and early 1970s, examining some 150 British authors (plus a few notable South Africans). Drawing upon conversations with many of the authors mentioned in the audiobook, he shows how British writers, working very much in the shadow of World War II, came to dominate the field of adventure thrillers and the two types of spy story - spy fantasy (as epitomised by Ian Fleming's James Bond) and the more realistic spy fiction created by Deighton, Le Carré and Ted Allbeury, plus the many variations (and imitators) in between.

Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang: The Boom in British Thrillers from Casino Royale to The Eagle Has Landed

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Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang: The Boom in British Thrillers from Casino Royale to The Eagle Has Landed by Mike Ripley Book Summary:

An entertaining history of British thrillers from Casino Royale to The Eagle Has Landed, in which award-winning crime writer Mike Ripley reveals that, though Britain may have lost an empire, her thrillers helped save the world. With a foreword by Lee Child.When Ian Fleming dismissed his books in a 1956 letter to Raymond Chandler as ‘straight pillow fantasies of the bang-bang, kiss-kiss variety’ he was being typically immodest. In three short years, his James Bond novels were already spearheading a boom in thriller fiction that would dominate the bestseller lists, not just in Britain, but internationally.The decade following World War II had seen Britain lose an Empire, demoted in terms of global power and status and economically crippled by debt; yet its fictional spies, secret agents, soldiers, sailors and even (occasionally) journalists were now saving the world on a regular basis.From Ian Fleming and Alistair MacLean in the 1950s through Desmond Bagley, Dick Francis, Len Deighton and John Le Carré in the 1960s, to Frederick Forsyth and Jack Higgins in the 1970s.Many have been labelled ‘boys’ books’ written by men who probably never grew up but, as award-winning writer and critic Mike Ripley recounts, the thrillers of this period provided the reader with thrills, adventure and escapism, usually in exotic settings, or as today’s leading thriller writer Lee Child puts it in his Foreword: ‘the thrill of immersion in a fast and gaudy world.’In Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, Ripley examines the rise of the thriller from the austere 1950s through the boom time of the Swinging Sixties and early 1970s, examining some 150 British authors (plus a few notable South Africans). Drawing upon conversations with many of the authors mentioned in the book, he shows how British writers, working very much in the shadow of World War II, came to dominate the field of adventure thrillers and the two types of spy story – spy fantasy (as epitomised by Ian Fleming’s James Bond) and the more realistic spy fiction created by Deighton, Le Carré and Ted Allbeury, plus the many variations (and imitators) in between.