Rantalicious: Spring has Sprung (Rantalicious, Thrifty eBook Series)
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Rantalicious: Spring has Sprung (Rantalicious, Thrifty eBook Series)

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To kick-off Rantalicious' monthly Thrifty eBook Series, Alisa Dana Steinberg is celebrating the last month of Spring in "Rantalicious: Spring has Sprung" with three humorous and heartwarming true-life tales for the season and all-year-round.

Go back to childhood and Spring in the early 1970s with the first of these tales -"The Kissing Girls Club"; experience the enchantment...more
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Published June 1st 2011 (first published May 2011)
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Cathleen
"Rantalicious: Spring Has Sprung" by Alisa Steinberg is a short but fun read. This story has only 78 pages so it is a quick read.

The story opens with the Alisa as a young girl and her best friend, Leah who decides to start a club. Leah calls it, "The Kissing Girls Club" as all the members are suppose to kiss a boy. All these girls in the club are only in 1st grade and the thought of kissing boys is gross to them. This just made me laugh.

From there the story progresses to Alisa as a young woman a...more
Aimee
This is just a collection of a few short autobiographical stories. I didn't enjoy them.
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Jul 19, 2011
Alisa Steinberg
Jun 16, 2011 Alisa Steinberg rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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Jun 03, 2011 Alisa Steinberg rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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Alisa Steinberg is a novelist, poet, and blogger, and back in the day, she was a practicing psychotherapist (and now she frequently thinks she's the insane person in the room). She lives in Manhattan but doesn't own a pair of Jimmy Choo shoes or hangout at Bungalow 8 like Carrie Bradshaw (although she wouldn't be adverse to either). Steinberg is a lover of great literature, good jokes, romantic mo...more
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