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  • Practical Survival Skills: Nature's Larder - Wild foods survival guide

    by J.P. Logan
    With this comprehensive wilderness food guide, you can guarantee your survival and eat well in the wild.
  • Practical Survival Skills

    by J.P. Logan
    In Practical Survival Skills, here is just a fraction of what you will discover: ●\tAn essential handbook to protect you, your family, and others when help is not available right away... or at all ●\tPractical first-aid skills and crucial knowledge of nature’s remedies that could one day mean the difference between life or death ●\tIllustrated steps for you to assess injuries, administer first-aid, and use resources available in the wilderness ●\t7 common items you can use as improvised tr... more
  • Politely Rejecting the Bible

    by Dan Kapr
    A former seminarian and ex-Christian makes the case against viewing the Bible as an infallible divine revelation. First he explores the concept of an error-free Bible in meticulous detail to show how it fails on its own terms. Then he examines a handful of cases in which the Bible makes false claims, ranging from minor historical errors to major theological falsehoods.
  • Matters of Death: Meanings of the End of Life

    by Norman Weeks
    Matters of Death: Award-winning Finalist, Best Book Awards, Book Fest! Matters of Death, the second volume of Matters of Life and Death, takes on a daunting subject, the realization of the inevitable end of life. “A Prelude in Sentences” previews the theme of the book in a series of aphorisms. “Death Interpreted”, the first chapter, delves into archaeology and history to examine the meaningfulness of human death. The ultimate meaning is not that of the death of the body as a natural process, ... more
  • Hyphened-Nation

    by Nicole Draffen
  • First Patients

    by Rod Tanchanco

    Often marked by the desperate need to save human lives, important developments in medicine have invariably started with patients—people whose ordeals fostered the advancement of medical knowledge. This book is a collection of such stories, from an 18th century farmer who became the first vaccinator, to the man who drank a beaker of bacteria to prove the cause of peptic ulcers, each chapter an enthralling view into the history of medicine, revealing the extent of human inventiveness, res... more

  • Accountability: Facing the truth to discover self-empowerment

    by Laura Strobel
    Accountability is the true account of perseverance through a terrible ordeal that evolves into an inspiring, enlightening experience. Told in three parts, in the beginning Aurora only registers Shock at what has happened to her. Then Denial shields her from seeing or believing that there could be any correlation between what she’s learning in the mandatory classes she’s attending and her own life. Finally Aurora gains insight and Acceptance of her own Accountability as she learns about the dynam... more
  • The God I Left Behind: A Journey from fundamentalism to faith.

    by Brian C. Holley
    The God I Left Behind is a courageous personal journey from fundamentalism to faith. Holley's book introduces the reader to the great writers, thinkers, and spiritual masters East and West who have grappled with the fundamental questions of existence - and found non-fundamentalist answers. It's an ideal spiritual guidebook along the road less traveled. Tim Ward, author of What the Buddha Never Taught and Zombies on Kilimanjaro.
  • ONE: An Intellectual Odyssey to Rediscover the Most Powerful Being in the Universe - YOU

    by Jerome Michael McLaughlin
    ONE asks the simple question: How can I create a life filled with meaning in a world without purpose? We all experience moments when we realize we are content, yet something is missing. We are comfortable yet we remain unsatisfied. We are free, but still feel trapped. We are alive but know intuitively…there must be something more. ONE offers a bold new approach to individual fulfillment. It challenges each of us to rethink our unique story, embrace our own personal authority, and engag... more
  • The Parenting Backpack

    by Susie Garlick

    If you want to raise children who are confident, secure, responsible, and able to navigate the challenges of today’s world, you’ll want to master the tools presented in The Parenting Backpack. During her years of working with families while raising one of her own, Susie Garlick has identified surefire strategies that bring order and logic to parenting. Drawing on research and personal experience, she brings a common-sense approach that empowers parents to confidently... more

  • Tobago

    by Lennie Nimblett
    "Using meticulous research, the author painstakingly dissects the events that propelled Trinidad and Tobago to the altar." Blueink Reviews"Drawing upon a wealth of obscure historical documents, many of which are presented in whole or in part in the book, Nimblett tries to show how a failed British slave colony was saved from extinction through a merger with a more prosperous and better run neighbor." ForeWord (Clarion Reviews)"Nimblett's book is an example of what historians call 'revisionism' -... more
  • The Flying Nun, A Light Bulb Moment and Me: 40 Years Making Money As A Freelance Writer (Hey, You Can Do It, Too!)

    by John Riddle
    Every freelance writer dreams about making money using their gift of creative communication. In this funny book, which is part memoir, part inspiration and lots of suggestions on how to successfully navigate the publishing world, you will learn how to make money as a freelance writer. Whether you are a new writer, or one who has lots of experience getting published, the tips and ideas will help you meet your goals: more bylines, and more checks! Learn about School Library Publishers, Specialty ... more
  • Remaking Root Modular Learning Theory

    by Jason Changkyu Kim
    This Behemoth of a textbook is more than 380 pages of: Lesson Plans, Picture Dictionaries, Leveled (Graded Readers) Readers, and Worskheets
  • Hold the Apocalypse - Pass Me a Scientist Please

    by Bob Lorentson
    A terrified yet occasionally optimistic environmental scientist takes a humorous look at the science behind the human and animal behaviors that make a doomed planet so interesting. In these fifty essays, Bob Lorentson humorously uses science, philosophy, psychology, history, and even poetry to examine a myriad of curious subjects while waiting for the collapse of civilization.
  • The Octopus and the Mermaid

    by Rae Chastain
    A lonely coconut octopus is befriended by a mermaid. But when the mermaid falls in trouble, the octopus must find the courage to rescue her- but will she?
  • Doubling Down: The Secret Sauce for Dual-Career Families

    by Ilene Gordon and Bram Bluestein
    Doubling Down: The Secret Sauce for Dual-Career Families is a game plan for every couple—be they married or committed life partners, gay or straight—who want to excel in big careers, sustain a loving relationship, and also raise happy children who grow up to be successful adults. Doubling Down is also a call-to-action for industry to reshape corporate culture to accommodate today's families and the workplace of the future.

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