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Books with author Richard Kelly

  • A Gift Like No Other!

    Kelly Rice

    Paperback (Kelly Rice, Nov. 6, 2019)
    What is a gift like no other?In this Christmas story- It is a heartfelt gift that has been blessed from above.- It is a gift that celebrates a child for showing compassion and selflessness.- And, it is a gift that reminds us all how the power of prayer can create miraclesin our world...that is, with a little help from Santa and his Elves!
  • Silver Departures

    Richard Kehl

    Paperback (Aladdin, Jan. 1, 1991)
    This is HANDS DOWN the best quotation book EVER. From Churchill to random 4 year olds, it's completely amazing. It helps me in my life regularly, and I must admit this book and its collected thoughts completely shaped my idea of love. by Julie
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  • The Scoop on Poop: Lifting the Lid on the science of Poo and Pee

    Richard Platt, John Kelly

    Paperback (Kingfisher, Oct. 30, 2012)
    Every grownup knows that there is one universal topic that fascinates children without exception: poop and pee. But what they may not know is that throughout history, the products of our bladder and bowels have helped us to build houses, wash and dye our clothes, fertilize crops, treat illnesses, solve crimes, control pollution, and create fuel, energy, and explosives. With just the right amount of humor, The Scoop on Poop - by Richard Platt, illustrated by John Kelly - uncovers the fascinating stories behind mankind's ingenious use of this most natural of resources, and young readers will love pouring over the droll illustrations and endearing characters that populate the pages. From wizards using 'magical urine', to soldiers fighting with exploding piles of dung, pee-wielding beauty therapists, and much, much more--this book uncovers the history and the science behind the one topic that unites us, young and old.
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  • The Feminine

    Richard Kehl

    Paperback (Laughing Elephant, April 15, 2003)
    This book is an essay on the feminine, composed almost entirely of paintings and photographs of women. On the juxtaposition, film director Sergei Eisenstein notes ""By the comination of two 'depictables' is achieved the representation of something that is graphically undepictable."" This is the intention of The Feminine. Looking at it, one enters a special world, a world in which meaning is revealed by the interplay of images, a world in which the arrangement of the images is as important as the images themselves. The women represented range from young to old, and art works date from the 13th century to the modern era. Among the artists included are photographers Jacques Henri Lartigue, Man Ray, and Clementina Hawarden; painters include Gustav Klimt, Joaquin Sorolla and Sandro Botticelli. A few pages of quotes have been included by the author to illuminate his work with words, where words are appropriate. Authors include Anais Nin, Colette, Laurie Anderson and Emily Dickinson.
  • How to Make a Zero Backwards: An Activity Book for the Imagination

    Richard Kehl

    Paperback (Scholastic, Oct. 1, 1989)
    Shows how to use collage to create a self-portrait, imaginary scene, alphabet book, eye chart, and set of story cards.
  • A Thump from Upstairs: Starring Mr. Boo and Max

    Richard Keep

    Hardcover (Peachtree Publishers, Sept. 1, 2005)
    Mr. Boo investigates a mysterious noise in the house while he tries to keep his cat Max from getting scared. Illustrations.
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  • The Scoop on Poop: Lifting the Lid on the science of Poo and Pee

    Richard Platt, John Kelly

    Hardcover (Kingfisher, Oct. 30, 2012)
    Every grownup knows that there is one universal topic that fascinates children without exception: poop and pee. But what they may not know is that throughout history, the products of our bladder and bowels have helped us to build houses, wash and dye our clothes, fertilize crops, treat illnesses, solve crimes, control pollution, and create fuel, energy, and explosives. With just the right amount of humor, The Scoop on Poop - by Richard Platt, illustrated by John Kelly - uncovers the fascinating stories behind mankind's ingenious use of this most natural of resources, and young readers will love pouring over the droll illustrations and endearing characters that populate the pages. From wizards using 'magical urine', to soldiers fighting with exploding piles of dung, pee-wielding beauty therapists, and much, much more--this book uncovers the history and the science behind the one topic that unites us, young and old.
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  • Something's Lost

    Richard Keith

    eBook (, May 21, 2014)
    Something’s Lost is an uplifting tale of a little girl and old man that help the people in their town restore what they lost. The story teaches young and old that they can make a difference to the world just by sharing how they feel.
  • The Road to Spirit City

    Richard Reilly

    language (, Aug. 7, 2010)
    Just hours after the perfect night with his high school sweetheart, Xavier Valentine is killed in a violent car accident. Stuck in the spiritual realm, Xavier looks on as his family and girlfriend mourn his passing. It isn't until Xavier finds that he is not alone in the spiritual realm that he realizes there is much more surrounding his death than he realizes.Xavier Valentine is the first novel in a trilogy written by Richard Thomas Reilly.
  • The Feminine

    Richard Kehl

    Hardcover (Simon & Schuster, March 1, 1986)
    Uses photographs, advertising images, paintings, drawings, sculpture, and quotations by women writers to portray the feminine spirit
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  • Something's Lost

    Richard Keith

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, April 17, 2014)
    Something’s Lost is an uplifting tale of a little girl and old man that help the people in their town restore what they lost. The story teaches young and old that they can make a difference to the world just by sharing how they feel.
  • A Gift Like No Other!

    Kelly Rice

    Hardcover (Kelly Rice, Nov. 14, 2019)
    What is a gift like no other? In this Christmas story- It is a heartfelt gift that has been blessed from above. - It is a gift that celebrates a child for showing compassion and selflessness. - And, it is a gift that reminds us all how the power of prayer can create miracles in our world...that is, with a little help from Santa and his Elves!