“Ob-Gyn Confessions” is a collection of short stories that is loosely based on experiences during my professional career. BecauseI have always valued the privacy of my patients, I would never jeopardize the sanctity of that relationship. Accordingly, the names, time frames, circumstances, and critical details have been carefully altered, so that any resemblance to a particular individual is completely unintentional and nothing more than random coincidence.More info →
Riddles and Brain Teasers for Clever Kids: Over 500 riddles for kids and their families.
Our riddle book contains Easy Riddles, Mystery Riddles, What am I? Riddles, Math Riddles and of course Difficult Riddles! More riddles than just about any other book!
We also include the answers on the back of each page!
Our collection of riddles is perfect for kids ages 8 and up. All content is age appropriate.
With more than 500 riddles we guarantee hours of fun for the whole family while you try and figure out these brain teasers!
Riddle are perfect for parties, car rides or just about anytime you need to keep your mind busy.
Some of the riddles can be solved pretty easily, others will take time and will likely even stump many adults!
Don't worry though, we have conveniently put the answers on the next page so you won't be stumped forever!More info →
In Golf's Best Excuses, author Joshua Shifrin takes a witty approach in helping golfers make sense of their worst days on the course. The next time a player goes down in defeat, he or she can always explain the woeful round with “My golf clubs are too old.” Or after a bad putt, golfers might try to explain the mishap with, “There were too many spike marks on the green.”More info →
A former longtime obstetrician-gynecologist has found a new calling in life. Dr. David Shifrin, who worked at Baystate Ob-Gyn Group at Baystate Medical Center before his retirement to Boca Raton, Fla., has written a medical thriller focusing on infertility and abuses of medical technology called “The Hamlet Experiment. ”Shifrin’s novel delves into the sometimes controversial topic of using complex medical intervention in the science of conception. The novel centers around a desperate couple who turn to the dark side of reproductive technology in order to produce a biological heir. Shifrin said while taking a short story writing course at the University of Massachusetts several years ago, he remembered meeting Patrick Steptoe, a British medical researcher involved with the first “test tube”/in-vitro fertilization baby. He said they talked about the “abuse” of the IVF baby, and what could be done with the technology.More info →
Study Skills 365: A Study Skill for Every Day of the Year was specifically written to be user-friendly and designed to make the process of studying as easy as possible. Many students don’t have the time or energy to read through a long, in-depth study tutorial. Study Skills 365 consists of quick, easy to read, user-friendly skills that the busy student can easily digest just by using one important skill each day.More info →
Chasing Victory is the story of William Victory, a young man struggling with a severe learning disability who forms a relationship with a brilliant psychiatrist named Julia Perlman. When Dr. Perlman makes a pharmacological breakthrough that can potentially change William’s life, as well of the lives of the countless individuals suffering with learning disabilities around the world, she is initially euphoric. Yet when you combine a desperate patient with a lack of FDA approval, the unthinkable can, and does occur.More info →
In the French Open in 1989, a 17-year-old, Michael Chang, worked his way through the draw to the fourth round and ended up playing number one-seeded and three-time champion, Ivan Lendl. As the game progressed, the outlook was bleak for Chang, who lost the first two sets. However, he came back and won the second two to find himself serving at 4-3 in the fifth. Then he did the unthinkable.More info →
It’s a golf hall of fame, shame, and arcane. Collected in this handsome volume are more than one hundred of golf’s greatest moments—from the famous to the long forgotten—from the links of Scotland in the 1800s to the 1938 U.S. Open, the 1954 US Women’s Open to the 2010 Masters, and even to the little known Martini Invitational in 1971… and starring the giants of the game down to the struggling pros and amateurs.More info →
From splitters to spitters; from a frozen rope to the suicide squeeze; from extra innings to no hitters, baseball is truly a great game. But nothing hypes up a crowd like a home run, a round tripper, a big bomb . . . the long ball! Hitting the ball out of the park is one of the greatest feats in baseball, and doing so in the clutch can make an average player a hero overnight.More info →
In It's Not My Fault, author Joshua Shifrin helps tennis players make sense of their most monumental losses on the court. The next time a player goes down in defeat, he or she can always explain the woeful loss with "My opponent was a pusher . . . I can't play against pushers." Or after a bad shot, tennis gurus might try to get out of dodge by uttering, "There was a leaf on the court and I couldn't concentrate."More info →
Who doesn't love a good…or not so good…dad joke?! In "Dad Jokes: The Good, The Bad, And The Just Plain Stupid" you are sure to find the perfect piece of hilarity to keep your kids in stitches, or at least laughing on the inside while they roll their eyes at the ineptitude of your efforts. "Dad Jokes" is full of witty one-liners, short anecdotes, Did-You-Know factoids, and fantastic cartoons that are sure to keep the reader enthralled.More info →