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by Marika LindholmOver 75 solo mom writers tell the truth about their lives - their hopes and fears, their resilience and setbacks, their embarrassments and triumphs. Some of these writers will sound familiar, like Amy Poehler, Anne Lamott, Mary Karr & Elizabeth Alexander while others are about to become unforgettable. Bound together, they broadcast a powerful message: You are not alone, solo moms - and your tenacity, courage, and fierce love are worthy of celebration.
by Hazel Denhart, Ed.D.
A companion workbook for The Universal Grammar of Story™: An Author’s Guide to Writing for the Soul of the World. This practical support for the new mythopoetic theory of writing includes worksheets, templates, study questions, individual exercises, advanced exercises, and direction for conducting literary salons. Suitable for textbook adoption.
by ralph b.bacchusIn this time of uncertainty it is important that we understand the fragility of life on this planet. This book encompasses all the aspects of human existence in a variety of disciplines showing our origin and our eventual future. A book about humans from the perspective of the reality and facts of our origin, existence, and future, with a multi-disciplinary approach, including doctrine, science, anthropology, history, psychology, consciousness, spirituality, and other related aspects. F... more
by Ashok Y. TamhaneAn Egyptian immigrant comes to New York city, engineer by profession, struggles through a new life in America, enjoys his single status by going to movies, Broadway plays, bars and horse races, loves Jones beach, meets a gay guy at race tracks, becomes friends, goes through cultural differences, language problems that create funny situations, meets a moody/nympho in new apartment building, feeling sad and sympathetic for that girl, gets bored of his loneliness, goes to Cleveland, away from New Y... more
by Jonathan IngramThe 20-year struggle by Dr. Robert Hubbard and Jim Downing to gain universal acceptance for their life-saving HANS Device—now in use by over 275,000 motor racing competitors worldwide—is an amazing tale of family, genius, perseverance, tragedy and triumph. It tells how the world’s leading auto racing series shouldered the task of saving their driving heroes—and a sport.
by Kristine HudsonIf you’ve always wanted to live a wild and free life on the road, but have no idea how to get started, read on… Are you bored with living in the city, going to work, and never seeing anything outside your house or office? Do you feel like the walls are closing in on you? Do you finally want to say “goodbye” to the city streets and “hello” to the open road? If so, then we’re here to help.
by Edward HornerThis book is for every adult who has ever faced the family camping challenge. We show the reader how to prepare themselves and their family for a great outdoor getaway, under canvas. It is especially useful for new arrivals to Canada who wish to enjoy our natural world, but may not have an outdoor tradition. Included are tips for; selecting tents, cooking, getting the kids to bed, treating common camp injuries, entertaining the gang, building a fire, securing drinkable water, water safety, ... more
by Colleen SehyFinding Shakespeare in America brings together hundreds of Shakespeare-related attractions from across the country in a single guidebook that makes it easy to explore his remarkable American legacy. You'll find more than 200 festivals and theater companies devoted to the Bard; more than 100 places to enjoy outdoor Shakespeare performances; more than 40 Shakespeare and Elizabethan gardens; rare copies of the Bard’s works; replicas of Elizabethan theaters; statues and artwork featuring Shakespeare... more
by Brendon LukePublic Enemy No.1's Travel Guide is a satirical look on modern travel, and the way our middle class society views it. What does travel mean to you? Does it mean an undying love for newness? A joy found in continuous discovery? Or is it simply a means to an end? Travel, like many things, can excite a light in anyone. Here is where my middle-class privilege really shines. Here is where my pathological inability to walk in another’s shoes becomes apparent. A Syrian child fleeing genocide is prob... more
Steering Through It: Navigating Life-Threatening Illness...Acceptance, Survival and Healing (2nd edition)by Lynn McLaughlin“A beautiful memoir that will make you want to laugh and cry. Very well written – I read it all at once, couldn’t put it down. Highly recommend EVERYONE read this book!” "Steering Through It by Lynn McLaughlin vividly captures the essence of emotions pouring over her in such an exceptional way I could feel them as my own, which shows how wonderfully talented she is as an author! Lynn McLaughlin will captivate any reader brave enough to immerse themselves in the phenomenally uplifting pages o... more
by Robert John DeLuca
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One statistic transcends all others when it comes to the National Football League: WINS. WIN and much good will follow. Don’t WIN and nothing much good will follow. So, what does it take to WIN? It is very simple: hire the very best coach you can. Even with a terrific coach, it will still be hard to WIN, but it is impossible without one.
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by April M. CoxAlmost half of the children being bullied never report it. Could yours be one of them? Join the K.L.U.B. - No Bullying Allowed is a beautifully illustrated story that opens the door for family discussions on this important topic. In this book #2 in The Little Labradoodle series, our lovable misfit can't wait to meet new friends. Instead, he is faced with bullying from a group of dogs who invade his space, tease and laugh at him, making Brady feel sad and alone at the park. Brady doesn't... more
by Richard Goodwin, Sr.Running Life Matters celebrates the community of runners--particularly lifelong runners--and the valuable life lessons, experiences, and insights running provides.
by paul wheatonLuxuriant environmentalism you can do from your own home. Make a huge, positive, global difference. Prioritize comfort over sacrifice while saving thousands of dollars. Explore dozens of solutions and their impacts on carbon footprint, petroleum footprint, and other environmental issues.