Don't miss out on our offer of unlimited reading for a whole year!
Only until 29 April!
Add this book to bookshelf
Grey 902feb64d8b6d481ab8ddda06fbebbba4c95dfa9b7936a7beeb197266cd8b846
Write a new comment Default profile 50px
Grey 902feb64d8b6d481ab8ddda06fbebbba4c95dfa9b7936a7beeb197266cd8b846
Blue Collar Chronicles - cover

Blue Collar Chronicles

John Procaccino

Publisher: Toplink Publishing

  • 0
  • 1
  • 0

Summary

The construction site, a life form all it's own. A living and thriving entity. From its infant stage, all the way to adulthood. From start to finish and all that goes on in between makes the construction site a fascinating place. And the main ingredient, the highly skilled tradesmen.

Other books that might interest you

  • Cadillac Beach - A Novel - cover

    Cadillac Beach - A Novel

    Tim Dorsey

    • 0
    • 3
    • 0
    And busting out of Chattahoochee State Hospital ... without his meds! The thrill-killing Floridaphile needs to get to the bottom of his bookie grandad's bizarre 1964 death -- not to mention launch "Serge & Lenny's Florida Experience," the new Miami specialty tour venture he's cooked up with his best brain-dead druggie-buddy. It's all good. For Serge A. Storms, anyway. Not so much for anyone else.
    Show book
  • Worry with Mother - 101 Neuroses for the Modern Mama - cover

    Worry with Mother - 101 Neuroses...

    Francesca Hornak

    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    Anyone who has ever given birth knows that a mother’s worrying is never done. Parenting books give wildly contradictory advice, late-night Googling induces blind panic, and, in today’s ultra-competitive environment, other parents just make you feel worse. This hilarious book, by first-time mother and Sunday Times columnist Francesca Hornak, captures perfectly the madness of modern parenting, with 101 worries all mums will have experienced themselves, on topics including food-throwing toddlers, technology-addicted teenagers, and an imaginary friend called Neil. Beautifully illustrated by renowned cartoonist Dorrance, this book is a welcome slice of light relief from all the fretting mums are expected to do these days.
    Show book
  • Leaves on the Line - What the British say And what they really mean - cover

    Leaves on the Line - What the...

    Simon Toseland

    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    In every walk of life, from relationships, to work, to politics, sport and the news, our everyday use of English harbours duplicities of meaning. We say 'I'm sorry' when we mean 'absolute nonsense', and write 'Yours faithfully' when we're thinking 'Sod you!' Jealousy, rage, love, affection we're equally good at disguising them all. Leaves on the Line compiles this secret language this 'double English' in a hilarious and forthright volume exposing the doublespeak of the British language. For the first time, everyday terms which we casually deploy to loved ones and total strangers, and have been thrown at us from the radio or TV will be 'glossed' (yes, we really mean 'stripped') to reveal the unadorned, raw truth below. The book will be over 200 hilarious phrases of common doublespeak and will be essential reading for everyone from puzzled foreigners to young people to whom the dark art of linguistic dissembling are not yet second nature. The book includes phrases and the truths behind them, such as: Transport: This service is delayed because of leaves on the track...' Social: I'm not being racist but...' Weather: 'Nice weather we're having...' Sport: We're taking each game as it comes...' Relationships: I've never met anyone like you before...' Polititcs: Spending on health has increased in real terms, year on year, since we were elected...'
    Show book
  • Everything Is the Worst - A Book for People Who Just Can't - cover

    Everything Is the Worst - A Book...

    Workman Publishing

    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    An anti-inspiration book that celebrates what we all know, deep in our hearts: Everything is definitely not going to be OK. Snarky sayings are beautifully illustrated to capture those everyday inner thoughts to pitch-perfect, tongue-in-cheek effect.
    Show book
  • The World Reduced to Infographics - From Hollywood's Life Lessons and Doomed Cities of the US to Sociopathic Cats and What Your Drink Order Says About You - cover

    The World Reduced to...

    Patrick Casey, Josh Miller

    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    Funny "infographics" are a huge internet phenomenon, with tons of websites from cracked.com to the Huffington Post displaying themThere are a couple trivia-based infographic books out, all of which sell like crazyThis is a big collection of full-color, hilarious and never-before-seen infographics, charts and graphsDrawn from the author's laugh-out-loud funny, popular infographics on the super hot website Madatoms.com
    Show book
  • Born to Pun - 1400 Boss Jokes Funny Quips and Groan-Worthy Punchlines - cover

    Born to Pun - 1400 Boss Jokes...

    Gordon Hideaki Nagai

    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    Joke books do well historically for Ulysses Press, Man Walks into a Bar has shipped over 45,000 copies
    
    Family-friendly joke books sell extremely well
    
    Includes over 1,400 kid-friendly puns
    Show book