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by Richard Robinson
Salvation Through the Jews is a book written by Leon Bloy in 1892 which discusses the Passion of Christ and the so-called "Jewish problem."
by Zoe YuFrom Maya Angelou to Caroline Herschel, history has had its share of remarkable visionaries who blazed the trail to a world of progress and equality. "Our Era is Now" is the perfect book for children and adults alike to delve into a beautiful story bursting with empowerment and hope through meaningful biographies and whimsical illustrations. Drawn from the legacies of fourteen brilliant women who rewrote history, this book is a sure source of inspiration for the next generation of girls to do th... more
by Charity HumeThe Naked College Essay looks beneath the six prompts on the Common Application and helps you explore the deeper question: Who are you? This book “reverse engineers” the Common Application and other college essay questions by beginning the writing process with your most original and unforgettable material. After decades of experience coaching students with their college essays, and seeing many gain admission and win scholarships to top universities, I learned their strongest material drew from t... more
by Amanda SteenChildren have a natural thirst for knowledge. In this vibrantly illustrated book, children will not only learn biblical truths but will be challenged to remember the information well enough to answer basic questions. This will build their confidence and also spark an interest to continue growing spiritually. The purpose of this book is to spread God’s Word and, ultimately, His love
by Karena Stoner
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by Ayelet BaronAt a certain point in your journey, you may not know where you’re headed but you become more curious and courageous to experience life and all it has to offer. Your heart knows when you’re ready to take the first few steps. And once you do, nothing will ever be the same. No one can do this work for you; it’s your job to become fully aware that you are standing at a juncture of possibilities. Are you entertaining thoughts about a healthier direction in your life? Are you ready to experiment and t... more
by Ayelet BaronAll around us—in nature and deep within our hearts—exist endless opportunities to learn, create, unlearn, overcome, contribute, love and be. You find yourself wondering whether there’s much more to life than you were told. But often, we are so immersed in the chaotic pursuit of “success” as defined by society that we simply don’t make time to experience the universe’s wonder and wisdom and to trust our inner connection to it. If you are ready for this to do your inner work, then join us on a jou... more
by David NunanIn July 1934, Frank ‘Dodger’ Price, a prominent local businessman, rises to his feet in the courtroom of a provincial Australian city. He is charged with attempting to murder Edward Inman, a rough–hewn miner, who shoots angry looks at his adversary from across the courtroom. What led Price to commit this crime? The story begins in 1852 when W.H. Price, Dodger’s father, a committed atheist, escapes the stultifying religiosity of his Welsh homeland and sails with his young wife and child for the n... more
by Jubei RazielEnemy of Humanity is the greatest compelling position ever arranged covering Christianity and the Bible. This unprecedented examination explores the religion's deepest secrets, its greatest power and why the faith remains brilliantly necessary. Though naked and succinct, Enemy of Humanity stays purely factual. The text veers from theory and opinion, cementing itself as an extraordinary historical study while presenting questions guaranteed to leave even believers of the faith in awe.
by Shari EskenasA Day in Code tells the story of an epic day in a beautifully illustrated picture book- and it's written in the C programming language! From the beach to the bowling alley, you will learn fundamental programming concepts as you read about real life situations described with code in simple C programs. Each C program is presented next to a full-page illustration that depicts the fun event described in the code. You can even run each program on your computer!
by Gary Singh
In 2005, the editors of Metro Silicon Valley, San Jose's alternative weekly newspaper, gave Gary Singh his own column, "Silicon Alleys," to explore the underbelly of San Jose from a perspective only a creative native could offer. To this day, he still writes the column every week. Now a selection of Gary's greatest hits, over 250 columns in chronological order, is available in one mammoth volume, hand-picked by the columnist. Following a gnarly foreword by cyberpunk... more
by Morgan Addison
This short ebook can be read in less than an hour, so you can immediately transform your life into an adventure and start achieving your goals today!
If you’re ready to seize your goals and turn them into reality, this short ebook will show you how to harness the power of adventure to create a new life for yourself. This guide takes less than an hour to read, so you can learn everything you need to know and start taking action right away!
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by Jacki GluckMany people come to Las Vegas to gamble. Others for a quick wedding. This is the history, and many stories, of the Silver Bell Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, Nevada, during the Boom of the wedding chapel industry from the mid-Twentieth Century to the New Millennium. The chapel was an iconic fixture that graced Las Vegas Boulevard South for 45 years. Jim Duszynski, a young boy from Toledo, Ohio came to Las Vegas with a DREAM of making it BIG! For five dollars, he bought a business that one day ... more
by Lori OrlinskyHow can children begin to heal after losing a pet? Balloons for Tiger takes an imaginative look at this tough topic as colorful balloons travel from the hands of children to their beloved cat who has passed on. This book lets children open up their hearts and imaginations for a magical journey to the farthest corners of the world, where they’ll meet skydivers, astronauts, superheroes, and everything in between. As they watch the balloons’ voyage to the other side of the rainbow bridge, they lear... more
by Chris PeppleAfter years of writing, editing, teaching, and speaking to writing groups, Chris Pepple brings her insights into creative and academic writing to you. Write Away offers writing prompts and challenges for writers and students of all ages. This book offers suggestions to help writers find a way to move past writer’s block and to strengthen their writing skills. This book also offers a variety of tips on topics such as finding your writing style, choosing your genre, reaching your audience, creatin... more