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  • Never Stop Dreaming: Time to Change

    by Firas Faraj
    The human ability has no limit! The more our targets are in the shape of a future dream, where we dream about the success of such targets, then we are half away from achieving them. This book is a trial of self-experience success, I wanted to share with the whole world, I was and still am not believing in the limited ability of any human being no matter who is he/she. The book is more about initiating the determination and the will, the idea, the how, the what, the start. Never stop dreaming, Ti... more
  • Rhymes Of Moral Turpitude -- The Trump Poems: Year Two

    by John Branning
    Acclaimed humor writer John Branning continues to document the (lack of) accomplishments of the Trump administration -- all in verse. Veering among being incensed, appalled, discouraged, angered and revolted by Trump’s words and actions -- these short, spritely verses still somehow manage to amuse. Rhymes of Moral Turpitude overflows with clever, insightful rhymes generated with a frenzy nearly matching that of the President's tweets.

    by G. Shields
    This book offers a core account of collegiate backgrounds of recognized and influential professionals in the film industry. Film students and aficionados will appreciate the select listing of awards, stage, film, and television biographies of those profiled who act, direct, write and produce for the cinematic screen.
  • Viceroys, VIcars, and Vergers: British English for American Readers

    by Bill Harvey
    Americans love British culture and literature, but are often confounded by their slang, customs, and habits. At last, here is a handy reference to look up any confusing terms you might trip over in your favorite English writing.
  • Smeagull the Seagull: A True Story

    by valerie elaine pettis
    Smeagull the Seagull as the title implies is the true story of a wild herring gull. Smeagull comes to the house near the shore every day and knocks on the sliding glass door. He knocks when he’s hungry, and the people who live there feed him. Smeagull rules the roost! Keeping up with him is an exhausting job, but when Smeagull disappears, it makes clear what an important family member Smeagull has become. There are few places on earth without gulls, both on shore and inland, and this makes th... more
  • Animals Teach Us Life

    by Nabi Gueye
    The reader of this book will get inspired with Animals. He will read about interesting animal facts that lead to valuable life lessons. A true bedside book!
  • Living in Another World

    by Heidi Bryant
    It’s about the evolution of tourism and lifestyle in Ibiza. It’s about the history of the island, about his natural beauty, about the night-clubs, about the people from Ibiza, about freedom. Each chapter has been named after a particular song and artist which is significant to Ibiza. Once you've read this book you are guaranteed to see this wonderful island in a completely different light... You will understand that Ibiza is much more than parties, its a symbol of freedom and hedoni... more
  • A Day at the Zoo with Jerry Giraffe

    by Sheila Compton

    All kids love to go to the zoo. In this book Jerry Giraffe is a train conductor of a train that takes a group of schoolkids around the zoo to meet some of his friends. But little do they know that Jerry's zoo friends have some little problems Jerry helps solve.

  • Lovers of my Love

    by Janet A. Wilson
    "Lovers of my Love' is a contemporary romance short story of four friends settling down into their old and new relationships and realizing they are falling in love, and/are in love, removing misfortunes out of their relationships, having taking each other seriously; getting married. Taking their plans to the next level with future businesses and lifestyles changes for better relationships.
  • ABC's for Future Race Car Drivers

    Teach your child the ABC's and encourage learning with our auto related illustrations! Make learning the alphabet fun all while getting your little speedster ready to help you wrench under the hood! This board book is rugged and the simple point-and-say layout will build knowledge and confidence in children with repetition. A perfect book for parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, and anyone with young kids who can't wait to put the pedal to the metal!
  • Does the Qur'an (Koran) Really Say That?

    by Naqi Elmi

    Islam is one of the largest religions in the world, yet it is also one of the most misunderstood—especially in the West. Particularly since 9/11, critics of Islam have attacked the faith and attributed violence by extremists to its holy book, the Qur’an. This leaves many people with questions about Islam: How could a so-called religion of peace advocate violence? What does Islam truly say about violence, war, and peace? And how much of what the critics and the extremists claim is true?

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  • Endless Days

    by Eve DeLange
    Arianna Spinelli is a single mother of two teenagers when she falls for Nick Caravelli, a handsome, fun-loving surgeon. Although neither of them wants a serious relationship, Nick soon purchases a diamond ring for Arianna. After she moves in with him, Arianna believes she has finally found her happily ever after. Unfortunately, she could not be more wrong. Soon Arianna begins learning disturbing details about Nick and his past. His life is like a daytime television drama. Not a day seems to go b... more
  • Unadorned in Love, in Bed, or Bedding: Wisdom Confucius Could Have Shared But Didn't

    by Yang Hanlun
    What if the wise ones of ancient times were still around? What if Confucius himself were alive today? What would they say to us moderns, in this busy, next-computer, next-phone, space age of ours? This book is a collection of sayings from “those very wise who also are human,” on everything we always wanted to know but were too afraid to ask - on love, sex, the sexes, marriage, passion and anything under the sheets, and in and out of the bedroom - unadorned, sharp, and thought-provoking, and as r... more
  • The Simple uses of Herbal teas and Indian Spices

    by Devika Primic
    The interesting information is most helpful for many ailments, the herbal spices and unique herbal teas. Also, of the top cures from around the world, to the best traditional medicine, and of the different remedies for a younger looking skin. Read on further to discover more about what can make the many changes in your life, and improve your lifestyles too. I have great interest in new herbal treatments, for cures or prevention of rare or the common illnesses. The modern time we liv... more
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    by Emma Read

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  • What Comes After Nations?

    by Harvey Garver

    I am a member of the Baha'i Faith. My book is about the Baha'i world view and its intriguing history of humanity, linking the development of civilizations to the Creative Word of God that has been progressively revealed by orthodox religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam and now: The Baha'i Faith.

    Hence, my book is entitled: "What Comes After Nations?" which lays the foundation for the old world society, that existe... more