Mini Pop-Up Suitcase With 6 Books

Author: Landoll

Publisher: Landoll Incorporated


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction


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Each contains 6 mini pop-up storybooks, delightfully packed for kids on the go!

The Suitcase Entrepreneur

Create Freedom in Business and Adventure in Life

Author: Natalie Sisson

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

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Now in its third edition, The Suitcase Entrepreneur teaches readers how to package and sell their skills to earn enough money to be able to work and live anywhere, build a profitable online business, and live life on their own terms. With new material pertinent to today’s business world, readers will receive the blueprint to create their ideal lifestyle and become their own digital nomad. After eight years of working in the soul-crushing bureaucracy of the corporate world, Natalie Sisson quit her high-paying job and moved to Canada, started a blog, and cofounded a technology company. In just eighteen months she learned how to build an online platform from scratch, and then left to start her own business—which involved visiting Argentina to eat empanadas, play Ultimate Frisbee, and launch her first digital product. After five years, she now runs a six-figure business from her laptop, while living out of a suitcase and teaching entrepreneurs worldwide how to build a business and lifestyle they love. In The Suitcase Entrepreneur you’ll learn how to establish your business online, reach a global audience, and build a virtual team to give you more free time, money, and independence. With a new introduction, as well as updated resources and information, this practical guide uncovers the three key stages of creating a self-sufficient business and how to become a successful digital nomad and live life on your own terms.

The Battered Suitcase Summer 2010

Author: Battered Suitcase

Publisher: Vagabondage Press LLC


Category: Poetry


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The Summer 2010 Issue of Arts and Literary Journal The Battered Suitcase; intelligent and imaginative prose, poetry and art that explores the human Lexperience. Edited by Fawn Neun, Maggie Ward, and Apythia Morges. Features Nicola Monaghan, Jamie Guiney, JM Huscher, GK Wuori, Lyn Lifshin and an interview with author Lesley Arfin.

My ABC Suitcase

Author: Neil Stuart

Publisher: Chronicle Books


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 3

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What a great way to learn the alphabet with twenty six delightful board books nestled in a convenient take-anywhere suitcase. It features two re-sealable clamshell cases -- making storage and transport as easy as, well, A B C! The front cover of each book sports the uppercase letter, the lowercase letter is on the back -- and inside are brightly-colored images of objects whose names make letter recognition fun. Compact, sturdy, and stackable, the mini-board books can also be used as colorful building blocks -- entertaining AND educational! If there was ever a case to be made that books are fun, this little pack says it all at a price that's simply irresistible.

The Packing Book

Secrets of the Carry-on Traveler

Author: Judith Gilford



Category: Luggage

Page: 206

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On Good Morning America, The Today Show, and throughout the media, Judy Gilford is recognized as an expert on how to travel light without feeling deprived. Now, her classic on efficient carry-on travel returns, brimming with new luggage and other products, updated resource information, tips on packing larger bags, and more.

How to Pack Your Suitcase and Other Travel Tips

Author: Cris Evatt

Publisher: Fawcett Books


Category: Gardening

Page: 47

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An organizing expert teaches how to pack for every type of trip using packing lists and plans, and discusses luggage, how to fold clothing, and packing for children

A Suitcase and a Spatula

Recipes and stories from around the world

Author: Tori Haschka

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small


Category: Cooking

Page: 144

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Do you often while away the time imagining yourself eating sardines with Campari, peach and fennel as the sun sets over Piazza San Marco in Venice? Do you dream of skiing in picture-perfect Whistler so that you can reward yourself with a steaming apple fritter at the end of it? If you long to take a holiday in the comfort of your kitchen, let Tori be your guide—no passport required. She shares her memories and anecdotes from her travels with unique charm and humor, and recreates recipes to allow you to taste food redolent of beaches, chalets, dappled terraces, souks, tapas bars and tavernas from the four corners of the globe.