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622 search results were found for the search term „Talk“.



Books (465)


modern talk - 1
Roswitha Wilker & Ilona v.B. (lacrime) modern talk - 1

Extrablatt der Gedankengalerie

  • Literary Collections
  • German
  • 2994 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 479
  • 34
MODERN TALK - das Extrablatt der Gedankengalerie ------------------------------------------------ Rubriken: Autor des Monats / Politik aktuell /Mode/Kosmetik/Wellness / Story / [more]

Keywords: modern talk, Extrablatt, Journal, Gedankengalerie

For Free

Vegetable Talk
William Gough Vegetable Talk
  • Fiction
  • English
  • 2196 Words
  • Ages 14 and up
  • 49
  • 0
Vegetable Talk   This is the first in a series of linked Urban Fables. Each story stands on its own [more]

Keywords: Bill Gough, Newfie Bullet, quantum trilogy, newfoundland

$1.49

Let's talk about God
Roselaure Beton Let's talk about God

Psalms 44 - 150 in Haitian and English

  • Religion
  • English
  • 73842 Words
  • No Age Recommendation
  • 859
  • 6
Let's talk about God everyone.

Keywords: rolling stones 21 0045 1311

For Free

The Non-Talk People
Sarah Hopliss The Non-Talk People
  • Fiction
  • English
  • 1 Words
  • Ages 18 and up
  • 4
  • 0
It's about a cat who does not talk and it is a very quiet book with no people [more]

For Free

Why We Don't Talk
Stephanie Sonbati Why We Don't Talk
  • Fiction
  • English
  • 58087 Words
  • Ages 14 and up
  • 219
  • 0
Luke Casanova has only been going to his new high school for five months and already has an [more]

Keywords: relationships, friendship, love, communication, betrayal, coming of age, discovery

$4.99

Groups (155)


Girl Talk
Girl Talk
  • 122 Members
This group is just for us girls to come and interact with one another and talk about issues maybe on bookrix,school, books etc.
anime or sweet talk
anime or sweet talk
  • 9 Members
for people who like anime or just wanna talk
BRIX Talk-Studio
BRIX Talk-Studio
  • 15 Members
Hier finden vorbereitete Talk-Runden mit eingeladenen Gästen statt. Diese Interviews werden dann im BRIX-Magazin veröffentlicht. Unseren Gästen ein herzliches Willkommen! Die BRIX-Redaktion http://www.bookrix.de/-brix.das.magazin
Girls Only Girl Talk
Girls Only Girl Talk
  • 102 Members
This is a group where you can write book reviews, talk girl talk, and just be yourself! if you need advice, I will try and satisfy it, but then again, maybe not. It depends on the question. Girls just wanna have fun!!!!
modern talk - DIREX
modern talk - DIREX
  • 5 Members
Das ist die Redaktion und Werkstatt des Magazins "modern talk", ein Extrablatt der Gedankengalerie. Hier läuft alles zusammen, wird alles entschieden, was für die Herausgabe unserer Zeitung benötigt wird. Anmerkung: Wir bitten von Mitgliedsanfragen abzusehen, da diese Gruppe nur zu redaktionellen Zwecken gegründet wurde.

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