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  • Jen Greyson - Another great book by Amy!!

    Another Amy Jarecki home run. I love her books. The writing makes me feel like I'm there and I'm always so devastated when the book ends. Wonderful. Fabulous. Exceptional.

  • Kiwi - Kind of like a marine version of "How not to be runover by a Bus",

    I ran into this book after I saw a reference to it online. Seemed like a joke at the time, until I read it. Actually, it's perfectly serious and the title is completely accurate when it gets down to reading the book. All jokes aside, it's a serious piece of work for the small boat owner / operator - especially those taking their boats into areas where large ships pass through.

  • Amazon Customer - Great recipes, great pictures

    Great recipes, great pictures! Love how her culture and family is also incorporated into this. I've been making a few of the recipes from this book each week since I received it (had preordered) and have loved every single one!

  • Dr. Mark Palmer - Great Clean Shampoo

    I have been using this shampoo for my 5 year old since he was 2 or 3. It has an excellent toxicity rating from EWG, and it smells good. My son is able to get it out of the bottle without issue to wash his hair.

  • lillian noble - Five Stars

    I was completely satisfied with my Excel textbook and with the rental policy. I will surely use it again.

  • Vladimir R. - the plastic locking mechanism easily breaks, the feels wimpsy

    Item fits and looks as described however the workmanship is not quite there, the plastic locking mechanism easily breaks, the feels wimpsy, I'm actually scare of securing anything on the racks cause they may break off. So this cross bars are for display purposes only.