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GEOOT Hen Party Satin Sash Ribbons and Hen Night Party Badges Set


GEOOT Hen Party Satin Sash Ribbons and Hen Night Party Badges Set


Wear these fun and colorful Hen Party Sash and buttons-they tell just who you are in the wedding party….


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Keep Calm For Hens


Keep Calm For Hens


It starts with style and sophistication and, by the end of the night, spirals into a chaotic, distant memory. Yes. . . it’s your bachelorette party! Gather your girlfriends and prepare for the events in store with this little book of quotes that’ll sharpen your senses (until you’ve had one too many) and arm you with wisdom for your last night of freedom.


Todays: $11.95

Can Hens Give Milk?


Can Hens Give Milk?


Tova lives with her family on a small farm in the famous town of Chelm, a mythical village populated, according to Jewish folklore, by fools. Tova''s farm has hens and even a rooster, but no cow. Her mother, Rivka, wishes they could afford to buy a cow, so they could have fresh milk and butter every day. One night Tova''s father has a dream about how to get milk without actually owning a cow. He asks Tova to help him find a way to get milk from their hens, and the results are hilarious. Finally, to the family''s joy and the hens'' relief, the problem is solved by none other than the wise Rabbi of Chelm himself, and a little extra help from Tova.


Todays: $9.95

Hens For Friends


Hens For Friends


Hens are smart, savvy, and like to cuddle, as Aaron describes in this picture book about his relationship with his best friend, a Rhode Island Red hen he names Margaret.

Award-winning artist Amelia Hansen''s delightful illustrations and author Sandy De Lisle''s charming text engage young readers with the full range of responsibilities and joys of raising backyard hens. Aaron tells the story of how his family interacts with their six adopted hens, not just in chores like keeping the chicken coop clean, but playing with, petting the hens, and tucking them in at night. When their mother bakes a birthday cake for his brother, Aaron makes sure that the eggs come from Margaret.

Young readers learn that hens recognize people they''ve met, can tell time and solve problems, as well as learning that hens require ongoing care after they stop laying eggs. The final page of the book lists additional resources for adults.

Sandy De Lisle is making her debut as a children''s picture book author. Sandy has worked as a public school teacher and currently as senior manager of content development for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA).

Amelia Hansen is the award-winning illustrator of It''s Raining Cats and Cats!, Are You Ready for Me?, It''s Raining Pups and Dogs and At the Dog Park with Sam and Lucy, all Gryphon Press titles, as well as nineteen other books exploring the connections between people, animals, and the earth.


Todays: $26.5


Saga Of The Wet Hens


Saga Of The Wet Hens


One night in the Promised Land of the North of the Americas, at the centre of a fabulous vortex, four women-Laure Conan, Germaine Guèvremont, Gabrielle Roy and Anne Hèbert-meet, and perform six tableaux. Onstage, the women talk and gallop, they sit and rock; they descend from the heavens like angels, they menstruate, they sing; they bake bread, they eat, they say Mass; they trade secrets, recite poetry, share their hopes and fears, their dreams and private terrors; they look into history, decide to collaborate, they write; they become hens, they support and give birth to each other-and to all women everywhere. Saga of the Wet Hens is Jovette Marchessault''s first full-length play and a major poetic dramatic literary work.


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The Foxy Hens Go Bump in the Night


The Foxy Hens Go Bump in the Night


Two fascinating glimpses into Oklahoma history; two spooky stories to raise the hairs on the back of your neck. What more could any reader ask Dont miss these finely crafted tales penned by two of Oklahomas most distinguished authors. Each one is a delicious treat for everyone who loves their history spiced with danger and romance. Merline Lovelace, Bestselling Mystery/Suspense Romance Author


Todays: $3.95


Being Boots


Being Boots


Boots, an active and happy puppy, is alone for the first time ever. He has wandered out of the yard, away from his mother and sisters, and now he is lost. What will he do? It’s scary being Boots all alone at night! He begins walking to try to find his way home, and that is where he meets a friendly man in a pickup truck. As the man takes him to the ocean, through a storm, and to the man’s home on a farm, Boots learns about the world and sometimes feels like being Boots can be lots of fun. Along the way, he meets a mother hen, a friendly goldfish, and loud and stomping ponies. But will he be able to find a home for himself? Being Boots shares the story of young puppy who is lost and alone but finds his way to a new home and to love.


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Cell 8


Cell 8


The best-selling and award-winning journalist Anders Roslund and ex-criminal B?rge Hellstr?m are Sweden?s most acclaimed fiction duo. Roslund and Hellstr?m combine inside knowledge of the brutal reality of criminal life with searing social criticism in complex, intelligent plots, propelling them to the forefront of the recent Scandinavian crime fiction sensation and winning them numerous awards, like the prestigious CWA International Dagger. Heirs apparent to masters of Scandinavian crime Stieg Larsson and Henning Mankell, ?For crime with a political purpose, it?s hard to beat Cell 8. where an outburst of violence on a late-night ferry heading for Sweden links to the fate of an American on death row,? said theSunday Times.A cheap crooner by the name of John Schwarz earns his keep on a ferry between Sweden and Finland singing evergreens for drunken passengers. One night, he loses his temper with a man harassing women in the crowd, beating him unconscious. As drunken brawls are commonplace on the Baltic cruising ferries, no one raises an eyebrow. No one, that is, but Detective Ewert Grens. Concerned by the details of the case report, Grens can’t help but think someone capable of such violence must have a history of it. Suspicion turns to shock when Grens discovers that John Schwarz is not who he says he is, but instead John Meyer Frey?an American citizen from Marcusville, Ohio; shock because John Meyer Frey died on Death Row the previous year. This mystery initiates the most remarkable criminal investigation of Grens?s career, the reverberations of which will reach the highest tier of international politics, and blow the worldwide debate on the death penalty wide open.


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Hens Night

Has anyone had a hens night in Airlie Beach?

I'm trying to organize a hen night in Airlie Beach anyone had a queensland.has here and if so how it went and what did you do?

I have not had a hen night in Airlie Beach, but have been there to explore the nightlife. Not a bad place, but it is very busy at night with all the tourists, etc. We ate out at one of the restaurant was pretty good and went to the lake or pool complex. Just make sure if you have a chicken should not have to walk some of the hills to get home!