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  • ISBN-10: 1077632606

    by Gerald Elias
    What role can music play in a turbulent, troubled world? In Symphonies & Scorpions, readers will not only enjoy an insider’s view of the glamour and the drudgery of an international concert tour to China and Japan, they will gain deep insight into music as an instrument of citizen diplomacy. This second, enhanced edition of Symphonies & Scorpions adds Elias’s prize-winning essay, “War & Peace. And Music,” which will be featured in his TEDxSaltLakeCity performance of September, 2019. A preface to... more
  • Changing China, Changing Life: A Journey of Discovery

    by Gary Hawkins
    'Changing China, Changing Life' wonderfully captures, the often unseen, everyday life in China at a time of immense change. From the excitement and joy of teaching English at a school in Changzhou, to visiting pottery factories in Dinshu, marveling at the exploding metropolis of Shanghai, and experiencing the regal splendor of Beijing, Hawkins provides a unique view of China set against a backdrop of developing relationships and personal change. Included in this book, a selection of insightful a... more
  • A Life Redesigned: Long-Term Travel Options in a Digital Age

    by Gary Hawkins
    ‘A Life Redesigned' examines the new and exciting travel opportunities that are opening up in this digital world due to the intersection of the sharing and gig economies. In addition, this book discusses our planning experiences for our proposed multiyear trip, so that this will help you formulate your great adventure. Whether you’re an individual, a couple starting retirement, considering a sabbatical, or a family looking for a new path forward, there's a wealth of information applicable to yo... more
  • The Fantabulously Awesome Life of a Charity Donation Truck Driver

    by Nion Dabtino
    The Fantabulously Awesome Life of a Charity Donation Truck Driver is a revealing look into the unique job of a clothing donation bin service driver and the truly odd, gross and disturbing things people choose to dump in charity donation bins. From moldy clothes, kitchen garbage and evil doll heads to dead animals and used needles, there seems to be no limit to what donation truck drivers must deal with daily. The book also reveals: 1) How the charity donation bin business really works 2... more
  • The Paradise Man: According to Thomas Merton

    by Linhxuan Vu Vu

    Since Adam and Eve left Eden, humanity has endured through long millennia of hardships and sufferings, especially death. But the hearts of their children and great-grandchildren have never given up the hope that, someday, they could return to the place of happiness that once had been their inheritance. It is a legitimate and dignified dream. In fact, since the day Adam and Eve left, paradise has remained on earth, waiting for every single human child to return.

    Mertons paradise, in the ... more

  • More Mermaids Around the World

    by Ronesa Aveela
    This is the second adult Mermaid coloring book. It has 26 detailed illustrations of mermaids around the world and includes a tidbit of information about each mermaid at the bottom of the illustration. The images are printed on one side only so the colors don't bleed through.
  • Mermaids Around the World

    by Ronesa Aveela
    This adult coloring book has 26 detailed illustrations of mermaids around the world and includes a tidbit of information about each mermaid at the bottom of the illustration. The images are printed on one side only so the colors don't bleed through.
  • Deconstructing Trump: The Trump Phenomenon Through the Lens of Quotation History

    by Dr. Mardy Grothe
    "Deconstructing Trump began as a personal attempt to help the author cope with the disturbing reality of a Trump Presidency, and ultimately evolved into a comprehensive anthology of more than 1,000 quotations, all of which were written decades—or, more typically, centuries—before Trump arrived on the political scene. This book attempts to answer the question: "What would history's greatest writers, thinkers, and political leaders have to say about Donald Trump?"
  • HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH THE DEAD...and How Cultures Do It Around The World

    by Judith Fein
    For 20 years, the author traveled around the world to experience how different cultures communicate with the dead. She takes you with her and by the time you reach the second part of the book, you will see how normal it is to talk to the dead. And if you are ready, you will get exact instructions on how to do it.
  • Weedgalized in Colorado: True Tales from the High Country

    by Johnny Welsh
    Curious about the legalization of marijuana these days? Don't miss your chance to learn the good, the bad, and the funny in this historical look from the first state to pass the vote.
  • Cornish by Design: Cornwall-inspired short stories with a dash of Cornish language and a good dollop of humour

    by Tanya Brittain
    “Engaging, witty and relatable” Cornish by Design is a compilation of bi-lingual articles written in English and Cornish language by Tanya Brittain, for lifestyle and culture magazine Cornwall Today. Due for publication on 1 October 2019, this wonderful new book from accomplished column writer Tanya Brittain is a light-hearted introduction to Cornish language and to everyday life in Cornwall. A volume of Cornwall-inspired short stories with a dash of Cornish language and a good dollop of... more
  • Defining Intelligence

    by Dr. Pat Keogh
    It may be unethical or a person to conduct an intelligence assessment on another human being. Human intelligence is unquantifiable. Observing or analyzing behaviour, appearance, personality, beliefs or acquired knowledge cannot produce a quantifiable measure of a person’s intelligence. The brain can perform millions of billions of calculations per second. This gives the person enormous power and incalculable potential. Yet, saying I use my brain to thing awards the I (the mind) a priority ove... more
  • Rewriting Paul: Original Translations of the Letters of Paul (1 Thessalonians, Galatians, Philippians, Philemon, and Romans)

    by Timothy W. Seid
    Popular translations of the Bible are too generic for anyone to reach a definitive interpretation and often perpetuate old concepts. Tim Seid takes a bold approach to Christian origins and offers fresh translations of the earliest of the New Testament authors. In the first section of Rewriting Paul, Seid explains the foundation for a new understanding of Paul who remains a committed Jew but announces to the gentile peoples the good news that God has overlooked their sins because of the death of... more
  • An Issue of Blood

    by Jamiina Lynn
  • Signs to awake

    by asyla holt
    Instinctive Prose writings to create informal discussions between author and reader and describe fatuous ways to promote self-thought awareness; using long lines metaphorically on true facts as undercover. with sufficient stanzas. Humor will entertain the momentum' with maintained self-belief for grounded future through tackle mannerism. The purpose is to have clear accounting coupled to visualize issues amicably. Although authors Dutch Caribbean Cultural experiences, contribution include global... more