Coupon Crazy examines the phenomena of avid coupon use and the socio-cultural and socioeconomic factors that construct it. By delving into the history of couponing, refunding, the science of shopping, and the dark underbelly of a coupon world the average American didn't even know existed, author Mary Potter Kenyon manages to both fascinate and educate the reader.
"Can coupons really save you money?"
Discover the genius of William Shakespeare in this entertaining and educational full-cast drama, designed to whet the appetite and introduce you to the man, the life, the legacy. Includes key scenes from the major plays.
"Very good intro to life and works of Shakespeare"
Full-cast performance with comprehensive commentary and analysis for any student to fully understand and appreciate the novel. This timeless classic of gossip and matchmaking is presented as exquisite drama that questions and analyses the values and beliefs of Austen's own times, to understand the "blind, partial, prejudiced, absurd" world of the text.
Mary and Me: A Lasting Link through Ink explores a 30-year friendship between two women: one who had never learned to cultivate female friendships, and the other who had managed to gather and maintain a large group of friends throughout her adult life. The fact that thousands of handwritten letters between them linked these two together is just part of the intriguing story.
“Where is the handbook for widows?” Mary Kenyon lamented as she planned a funeral for the beloved husband whose triumph over cancer she chronicled in Chemo-Therapist: How Cancer Cured a Marriage. During the ensuing weeks, as she attempted to make sense of his untimely death, she filled two journals, blogged, and read the inspirational writings of others who had gone down the road of grief before her.
When Mary Potter Kenyon's husband David was diagnosed with cancer she searched libraries and bookstores for books on cancer and the caregiving experience. What she discovered was a plethora of technical and medically-oriented books or those written by a caregiver whose loved one had died, a scenario she refused to contemplate.