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  • Seeing The Americas My Way: An emotional journey (Seeing The World series Book 2)

    by Tony Giles

    Tony Giles’ second fascinating travel biography offers a more sensory observation of backpacking. From the sounds, smells and cuisine of Brazil and Argentina to the rhythm of salsa in Cuba. Mexico, Chile and Uruguay are also briefly explored.

    Whilst there are the usual adrenaline fuelled activities associated with this author in the United States and Canada, the main thread of the story deals with a personal challenge of compromising between love and friendship.

    It is a jour... more

  • Momma Grinch, a short, sassy guide to stopping the holiday madness

    by Terri Weeding
    Moms, do you dread the advent of the holidays? Do you find yourself faking the Christmas spirit WAY too often? Does the “happiest time of the year” make you feel exhausted, anxious, inadequate, underfunded, overwhelmed, and scrooge-like? It’s okay to admit it…just not out loud. Blink once if you agree then— STOP the holiday madness with this stress relieving, LOL guide for MOMS who kill themselves trying to make the holidays picture perfect for their families. Enjoy these lively and inspi... more
  • Why I Sued The Bible Publishers

    by Bradley Fowler
    “As a citizen of the State of Michigan, I’m not required to pay tithes, support any religion organization, or attend church. In fact, The Constitution of the State of Michigan protects all Michigan citizens from being forced to participate in any religion organization” Bradley Fowler conveys before citing The Constitution of the State of Michigan Article 1 § 4. Since filing his initial civil suit against three world-respected Bible publishers, i.e. Zondervan Publishing, L.L.C. Thomas Nelson... more
  • The Real Glory: 25 of the Most Inspirational Sporting Comebacks

    by Dave Tomlinson
    Legendary football coach Vince Lombardi once said: “The real glory is being knocked to your knees and then coming back.” Many sporting careers have been ended prematurely but his words embody the essence of sport itself. They capture the gritty determination required to make a career comeback and the triumph sportspeople experience when they've done it successfully. It proves that even if the body has been broken, the strength of the human spirit can inspire resurrection and redemption.
  • Stubborn Credulity Volume 2 REVIEW COPY

    by Jonathan Giardina

    The book collects posts that originally appeared on the Stubborn Credulity website.

    About half of the book covers the popular Kalam Argument. These essays, combined with the relevant chapters from the predecessor, thoroughly critique the popular argument.

    Other chapters defend Hume against popular misconceptions.

    Another chunk of the book leaves readers with no doubt that Jesus Christ was an apocalyptic prophet.

  • Love Conquers All Why We and the World are Like This

    by Richard Pasichnyk
    By weaving together scientific studies from psychology, sociology, health and happiness, historical accounts, child and infant research, physiology, medicine and a myriad of other disciplines, a more complete understanding of the human experience emerges. In the process, we learn about those experiences that change us, make us sick or diseased, change the way in which we view the world, and how we perceive love. Certain aspects of missing love create all the troubles that plague us, because we l... more
  • Runes for Writers: Boost Your Creativity and Destroy Writer's Block

    by Marc Graham
    Tired of struggling with writer’s block? This rediscovered ancient system helps storytellers more easily access the realm of ideas, the world of the Muses, the Source of Story. By integrating left- and right-brain activity, you can open your awareness to the subconscious levels where true creativity takes place. Runes for Writers can take you from blocked to un-blocked. For good.
  • Running Away with the Circus (Or, Now Is the Winter of Our Missing Tent)

    by Mel Atkey
    Running Away With the Circus (or – “Now is the Winter of Our Missing Tent"), an is full of both humour and intrigue, as you will see by its opening sentence: If some clairvoyant had told me that I’d be spending my nights in a shipping container in Taiwan, guarding seven tigers, six Chihuahuas, five bears, four sea lions, three geese, two horses and a “killer dog” named Ludwig, I’d have said “You’re supposed to read the tea leaves, not smoke them.” This book takes a look at what happens when p... more
  • God, Science and the Bible

    by Arnold V Page

    Carefully researched and organized, God, Science and the Bible tackles head-on hard questions that relate to some of the most debated aspects of creation and the Christian faith. Along with new insights into the argument of design for the existence of God and the viability of the theory of evolution, Page adds his own compelling experiences of God’s reality. Anyone who wants to know how the Bible’s teaching stands up to questions about the age of the earth, the ... more

  • Beyond the Bake Sale, the Ultimate School Fund-Raising Book (Second Edition)

    by Jean C. Joachim
    All the ideas and step-by-step instructions you need to raise thousands of dollars for your school are right here in Beyond the Bake Sale. This comprehensive guide will walk you through: •\tSetting up a fund-raising team •\tFinding national organizations that will support your school •\tPutting on events that leave bake sales in the dust •\tFinding and keep volunteers •\tAccounting for and distributing the money you raise With school budgets slashed, parent-driven fund-raising is needed ... more
  • Deep Agroecology: Farms, Food, and Our Future

    by Steven McFadden
    The ways we farm and the ways we eat will determine the destiny of life on earth. Farms and food are foundational for civilization. Right now our civilization is undergoing massive upheaval. We must build a new foundation, and that imperative task is going to take all of us. Deep Agroecology shows the way. The union of native wisdom ways with sophisticated, sustainable tools and practices can lead to the renewal and the elevation of all forms of life on Earth. Our next, necessary evolution... more
  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Supervising the Workforce: The Making of a Supervisor

    by Bibi Bac
    Readers of this book will be able to explore some of the ins and outs of the trials and tribulations new supervisors go through as they try to manage the workforce and themselves. If you are a new hire or promoted from within, with no prior experience of supervising the workforce, you are in for a rude awakening. As a new supervisor, staff will be looking to you for guidance and help while others will try your patience, challenge your authority, knowledge, and your skills, just to see what th... more
  • Bliss With All My Body: The Bravura Piece of My Life

    by Alaya Matter
    We all long to live as the light we really are. We long to be seen. We crave deep connections. In short, we want to sustain a state of bliss that carries us through the challenging times and allows us to change the world into a better place. But first, we must complete the inner work that transforms us into butterflies from the inside out. Life coach Alaya Matter is a former attorney who shifted her own life into a blissful existence. In an inspiring and heartfelt guide, she intertwines her per... more
  • 50 Shades of Stitches - Vol 1: Popular Ribbing

    by Marina Molo
    Page after page of knitting patterns are at your fingertips with 50 Shades of Stitches, giving you a nearly endless supply of projects you'll be excited to cast on. From hats to shawls, cardigans to tanks and tees, explore am incredible variety of popular knitting patterns all in one source! In this ultimate knitting pattern collection you'll discover: Expansive collection of the most coveted knitted sweater patterns together for the first time. From shawls, scarves and cowls, to socks an... more
  • Garden Sanctuary: Designing for Comfort, Wholeness and Connection

    by John Robert Beaudry

    Do you feel like you are on a gerbil wheel, and just can't get off? Does it feel like life keeps coming at you, leaving no place for you?

    Do you crave the comfort of a garden? Do you wish you could walk out your door and be surrounded by the restorative powers of Nature? Do you crave a place to connect with something greater than yourself?

    Maybe you have a backyard and want a garden to relax in, but you don't know how to create it.

    Garden Sanctuary will guide you in ... more

  • Pray Like a Pro: A Guide to Strategic and Effective Prayer

    by Carlene Kelly
    Pray Like a Pro is an incredible prayer tool in the hands of every believer from the beginner to the seasoned prayer intercessor. There is no greater prayer example to follow than the prayer that Jesus, Himself, prayed and then gave to His disciples. The Lord's Prayer is more than a prayer to recite. It is an in-depth study of strategic and effective communication that combined with faith will produce phenomenal results. Pray Like A Pro encourages intimacy with a Heavenly Father that loves us an... more