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by STEVEN WILLIAMSThe book chronicles end-time events based on Christian eschatology. In this work, the author has made every effort to limit the text in this book to three main categories. The content of this book is either history, prophecy or theology. HISTORY Writings that fall under this heading include historical facts or findings, scientific data or information, and any other compilation made by man that has been established out of a non-Biblical perspective. This includes any factual information tha... more
by Edmund CaseI wrote Radical Inclusion: Engaging Interfaith Families for a Thriving Jewish Future because after living an interfaith family life personally and working with interfaith families professionally, I firmly believe that engaging in liberal Jewish life can be a source of deep value and meaning not only for Jews, but equally for their partners from other faith traditions, and most importantly for the children of interfaith couples. It’s a tradition that helps Jews and their partners and children liv... more
by Dan A. OrenA visit to an abandoned Polish Jewish cemetery in 1993 launches a 20-year search to solve the mystery of "Who is Buried in Sarah's Tomb?" A visit with a cousin unearths a breathtaking photo of a Berlin family wedding from 1926 and leads to discovering their unimaginable post-wedding history. An archivist in Prague discovers a secret uncle whose life takes the reader from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to the Vatican. A memoir by Philip Roth shocks a daughter into unlocking a father's... more
by MOHAN HOSKOTE
by Sinoun BlomfieldThis is a children's book that serves also as a coloring book that your little kiddos will surely enjoy and love. This is specifically and especially designed as a bedtime story and coloring book in one in order for the reading to be more interactive and interesting both for the child and the reader, may it be mom, dad, or older siblings. The book has cute and colorful illustrations in it that your kids will certainly appreciate.
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by Gregory V. DiehlDo you have something important to say? Are your knowledge and experience unique, valuable, and in demand? Do you want to write a book that changes the way people think and live? By combining his experience as an educator and entrepreneur, author Gregory V. Diehl teaches passionate thinkers how to turn unique messages into profitable books - without sacrificing royalties or creative control to a publisher.
by Francisco De La CallejaWords We Can Dance is a new collection of wisdom, inspiration, motivation and humor for dancers, choreographers and teachers of all levels and is sure to become every dancer’s favourite book. Dance teacher, author and blogger Francisco De La Calleja, draws on the experience of a 33 year performing and teaching career to share his experiences about performing, learning, teaching and living the dancer's life. The book, with 24 full color images, presents 82 memorable and unique thoughts that to... more
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by Erica RossShe Reflects invites us to journey through eight turns of a sacred spiral - a transformative process of softening, listening, daring, shedding and celebrating. At each turn, Erica Ross reflects on her life and asks us to do the same, through her personal stories, reflections, best practices, goddess mythology, original artwork and music playlists.
by Brandon smith
a animae comic
by Marcel HeerinkA Compassionate Guide For Social Robots addresses the challenges and possibilities of social robots. It blends storytelling with essays on philosophical and psychological issues and is inspired by the experiences and insights I gained as a researcher on social robots for people with special needs.
by Paul D. StevensIt's about being a vet. Not about what vets do but about how they do it. By using real vets' Personality Traits the author asks challenging questions about the Vet Profession - ultimately revealing what it's like to be a vet. If you want to know: How to be a vet; What's it like being a vet? Do the right people become vets?
by Hank QuenseThis interactive ebook shows grammar school and middle school kids how to go about creating a short story while having fun. Three separate story worksheets are included along with complete instructions shown in short videos clips. Most suitable for grades 4 through 7
by J Kharene PorterDeep into her waning thirties, Jhana was quickly running out of time if she truly intended to correct the course of her redundant life. No matter how hard she tried, she found herself in the same predicaments, wishing for the same do-overs. And day by day, the realization of her childhood dream seemed further away than ever. This story chronicles her journey as she confronts the issues rotating through her life with patience, sweat and a sense of humor. As time winds down for her to fulfill the... more
by Michael BoyajianNew York litigators are the Right Stuff attorneys of the legal profession.