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  • If You Look Up to the Sky

    by Angela Dalton
    There are times when a full moon will guide you, a storm will excite you, and a big, blue sky will inspire you to believe anything is possible. These are a few of the many gifts we receive from the sky and universe when life feels scary and confusing. Told by a grandmother to her grandchild, If You Look Up to the Sky is about the power of everlasting love and the ways the sky connects us through good times and bad. It offers a child comfort in knowing that you never need to be afraid... if you ... more
  • Behind the Mask

    by Dana Ridenour

    You build relationships to betray relationships. That is the motto for the FBI’s undercover program, and special agent Lexie Montgomery is just beginning to understand what that means. Lexie’s first assignment is infiltrating a radical cell of the Animal Liberation Front. Underground and operating in splinter groups throughout Los Angeles, the only way in is through Savannah Riley, a new recruit. Savannah left the safety of her small southern town for the bright lights of the city. Pulled int... more

  • 50 Ways to Worry Less Now: Reject Negative Thinking to Find Peace, Clarity, and Connection

    by Gigi Langer, Ph.D.
    50 Ways to Worry Less Now offers four life strategies and 50 practical tools to dissolve the “whispered lies” of negative thinking. It’s filled with compelling stories and easy-to-use ideas that empower readers to manage troubling times with calm wisdom, fulfill their dreams, and create loving relationships.
  • Cubicles: Deluxe Edition - Volume 1

    by Walter Ostlie
    Office zombies! Space pirates! Savage aliens! Galactic squid! Two less-than-average office workers are on a roller coaster ride across the universe. Will they make it back home? Can they save their company? Will there be any coffee left? Part epic sci-fi saga, part silly humor. All action packed thrills.
  • The Demon Duke

    by Margaret Locke

    Behind every good man is a great secret.

    Banished to Yorkshire as a boy for faults his father failed to beat out of him, Damon Blackbourne has no use for English society and had vowed never to return to his family’s estate at Thorne Hill, much less London. However, when his father and brother die in a freak carriage accident, it falls on Damon to take up the mantle of the Malford dukedom, and to introduce his sisters to London Society–his worst nightmare come ... more

  • The Mark of Wu -- Book One: Hidden Paths

    by Stephen M Gray
    This first novel in The Mark of Wu series opens as the Spring and Autumn Period of the Eastern Zhou Dynasty devolves toward Warring States Period. \tThe Emperor’s grip on the feudal States is over. Brutal rivalries, both new and old now rule, and military clashes lay waste to those who are unprepared. Some men are driven by pure evil, and States either gain power or die. \tState of Chu soldier Yuan stands on his chariot, reining in his team of eager steeds, anxious for a chance to unlea... more
  • The Sacred Shed on the Edge of the Ravine

    by B. R. Bodengraven
    On the precipice between a life that is rapidly fading away and a new life in the offing, B.R. Bodengraven orders a pre-fab shed and creates an enchanting retreat in the back yard of her home on Boston’s storied North Shore. Part writing studio, animal blind, sanctuary, and chapel, the shed provides refuge from the “busyness” and distractions of life in the 21st century, but it also provides a sacred space for interacting with the underlying regenerative force of the universe. Inside its walls, ... more
  • The Devil's Throat, or, Robert Louis Stevenson, Detective

    by Joseph Theroux

    It's the Kingdom of Hawaii, 1889. King Kalakaua is on the throne, but secret societies are at work throughout the islands. When renowned volcano painter Jules Tavernier is murdered in his Honolulu studio, Robert Louis Stevenson and his step-son Lloyd Osbourne, his writing partner, investigate their friend's death. A secret royal society seeks to preserve the culture and traditions of the past, while a Chinese opium tong uses murder and larceny to control the islands. Stevenson and Osbourne ar... more

  • Super George and the Invisible Shield

    by Laurie P. Mendoza
    Kids keep saying things that make George mad. No matter how loudly he yells, they just won't stop. Worst of all, George is the one who keeps getting in trouble! His teacher says he's letting other people steal his power. Can Grandma and George's favorite superhero, Silent Knight, help him learn to stay in control and out of the Cool-Down Corner?
  • The Lion and the Lamb: The True Holocaust Story of a Powerful Nazi Leader and a Dutch Resistance Worker

    by Charles Causey
    Stunning new historical account of Hitler's closest male advisor and a brave Hollander woman whose daring faith compels her to hide Jews in a secret room. With years of research into the diaries of the protagonists, Charles Causey's new moral thriller exposes chilling secrets of the Nazi's during the final weeks of the war and chronicles one Christian woman's journey to a death camp for resisting the Gestapo in Holland. Though the book reads like fiction and has been reviewed as riveting, all ch... more
  • Muay Thai: Peace, at Last

    by Michael Goodison
    Michael Goodison is a writer and a fighter, and in Muay Thai: Peace, At Last, he documents his travelling adventure to Thailand. Battling an ever-present disinterest with the western way of living, Michael throws off the shackles and dares to live, confronting killer cobras and conversing with Buddhist monks as he prepares for a professional fight in one of the most violent martial arts in the world: Muay Thai. From elephants lumbering along the lush mountainsides to the rowdy backpacking scene ... more
  • Haunted by History: Vol. 1

    by Craig Owens
    Have you ever stayed at a hotel said to be haunted and wondered if its ghost stories are true? Have you ever left a historic hotel feeling certain that you had encountered a ghost? Haunted by History, Volume I, by Craig Owens uncovers little known facts about eight prominent historic hotels in Southern California and the origins behind many of their ghost stories. Not only does his well-documented research separate facts from legends, but Owens also keeps the subject matter interesting by interw... more
  • SUCCESSFUL CHEESEMAKING: Step-by-Step Directions & Photos for Making Nearly Every Type of Cheese

    by Merryl Winstein
    SUCCESSFUL CHEESEMAKING®, Step-by-Step Directions and Photos for Making Nearly Every Type of Cheese, tells both home and artisan cheese makers how to use accurate, traditional and professional methods for making the finest cheeses of cow’s, goat’s, or sheep’s milk, using simple home and artisan equipment. Over 800, clear, step-by-step photos beautifully depict every stage of the process. This 670-page book answers questions you didn’t even know you had! •LEARN how and why the same milk and i... more
  • Polar Bear Bowler: A Story Without Words (Stories Without Words Book 1)

    by Karl Beckstrand
    (Arctic Humor, sports) “Kids will delight” – Natasha Yim. The adventures of a polar bear who hitches a ride to Antarctica. He’s never seen penguins before; to him they look like something fun to play with. Children (ages 2 – 6) love to make up stories to go with clever pictures created by Ashley Sanborn (The Dancing Flamingos of Lake Chimichanga). Cement vocabulary by describing the action. Snow story by award-winning author Karl Beckstrand (Mini-mysteries for Minors [multicultural/bilingual ser... more
  • The Rusalka Wheel

    by Brooks Mencher

    Helen Oliver discovers an unusual spinning wheel in a Chinatown alley shop. Though the light is poor and the wheel is obscured by a mountain of antique furniture, it seems strangely familiar. She takes a few photos with her cell phone, and tries to buy it with what little money she has. When Helen mysteriously disappears, all that can be found is her purse and phone, discarded amid the trash along San Francisco’s northern piers.

    Realizing the photos are the only clue to San Francisco’s ... more

  • Jewels of Persia: Exotic Dishes from the Ancient Land

    by sharon b-nejad
    Jewels of Persia is a colourful and vibrant cookbook that showcases 80 beautifully photographed Persian (Iranian) recipes. A background to the relatively unexplored world of Persian food and many photos of the regions of Iran are included in this 240 page book. The recipes are true to the uniquely, elegant Iranian culinary style with its flavours of saffron, dried limes, cinnamon, turmeric and rosewater. The recipes have been written with all cooking skill levels in mind and the ingredients chos... more

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