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by Becky Coffield
by Connie BombaciDeaf dogs are often destroyed, mistreated, or abandoned. Hogan’s Hope is the tale of a legendary deaf canine hero who, after being rescued from neglect, prevailed as he learned over 65 signs in American Sign Language and thereby providing the hope of life for many deaf dogs worldwide. His courage to overcome challenges and prejudice continues to give inspiration to anyone, human or pet, that accomplishment, success, and genuine love are truly possible. Connie Bombaci adopted Hogan as a d... more
by Rudy L. Massamba
Africans are among the earliest inventors and innovators in world history. Slavery and colonisation, however, forced them to believe the contrary and to think they are an inferior race that has never invented, and cannot invent anything. Some achievements by African people in ancient times are presented and illustrated in this book, attesting that their genius was actually prolific before the Greeks became accustomed to the arts and sciences. Today, African inventors prove that their talent i... more
by Michelle NelsonPoems Shorts & Quotes is Michelle's second book. Her first, titled, 'Curly Top', was well received. Poems Shorts & Quotes is a compilation of thoughts, experiences and revelations she's encountered over time. Her hope is to bring thought to the reader that will encourage -or provoke - a conversation.
by JM Alvarez
by Robin SandersAmbassador Robin Renee Sanders is the founder of the FEEEDS Advocacy Initiative and owns FE3DS, LLC. Prior to starting FEEEDS & FE3DS, she served as a senior member of the U.S. Diplomatic Corps, which included posting as the U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria, Republic of Congo, and U.S. permanent representative to ECOWAS. Sanders holds a doctor of science degree from Pittsburgh’s Robert Morris University, two Masters degrees from Ohio University, a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hampton University, and h... more
by Georgy MinasyanThe Third Edition of Armenian Duduk Method is the only trilingual comprehensive and easy-to-use guide designed for anyone interested in playing Armenian Duduk from the complete novice just learning the basics to the more advanced player. Using his prominent performance and pedagogy background Georgy Minasyan (Minasov) takes an all-in-one approach by combining theory, scales and technique into a single volume. For those who want to enrich their repertoire the book features over 250 songs from dif... more
by Frank N. CookHow the love of truth led a young man from Franklin County, Tennessee through twelve states, three provinces, and two spiritual battles.
by Frank N. Cook
"This was a Man!" - Hard work, honor, race, and violence in the Reelfoot Lake region of Tennessee, and the lessons that can be learned from the life of Will Cook.
by Tanja HustonThrough the eyes of children, life's challenges are not always easy to understand. But, through Tanja's books, children find hope for a better tomorrow with a little help from family and friends. "Juju's Big Surprise" and "No Playing Frisbee Today."
The Fiery Hierarchy: Revealing the Secret Government of the World (The Teaching of the Heart, Book 5)by Zinovia Dushkova
All the peoples of the world have preserved myths and legends about a secret government which rules everything invisibly, making the most important decisions for humanity according to the just Laws of the Cosmos.
This world government is Shambhala the Resplendent, headed by the Great Lord, who was once known all over the world as Prester John, a mysterious king of the East. Although this hidden government has little in common with earthly regimes, it still offered its help to leade... more
by Zinovia Dushkova
Since ancient times, the boundless stellar sky has attracted our gaze and thoughts. Its magnificent beauty and great mysteries have always been awakening eternal philosophical questions in our hearts — about the Universe and our place in it, about the nature and purpose of our existence.
What does the Universe as a whole represent? How is it organized? By what laws does it abide? How does the Cosmos affect the events occurring on the Earth? Are we alone in the Universe? Is th... more
by Jennifer K. CrittendenQuestions arise when a big city family moves to a remote mountain town in the Eastern Sierra: Why is there a bear in the grocery store? What happened to the missing school teacher? Where do you buy soccer socks around here? Skillfully blending anecdote, history, and description, The Mammoth Letters is an amusing and sensitive portrayal of an eclectic town and its colorful inhabitants and will inspire anyone who has wondered about making the leap from one world to another. In a book of wide emoti... more
by Steven LaPointA true story- Scott Frieze had a comfortable life... great job, beautiful home in the Tucson foothills, a brand new Lincoln and a Road King in the garage... he decided it was now or never to fulfill a childhood fantasy that had haunted him for over forty years. This can't put it down emotion sparker will have you tagging along as his fantasy lands him on the legal systems "devil's doorstep"... experience the drama in the courtroom, the Maximum Security prison, the escape...
by Gregg KanonThis book is guaranteed to blow your mind. Really Weird Stuff II contains over 40 stories that seem too bizarre to be true─yet they are. If you liked Really Weird Stuff, you’ll love Really Weird Stuff II. Here are a few of the many amazing oddities you will discover in Really Weird Stuff II: • Superman curse • “thoughtographs” • dinosaurs among us • time voyagers • electric people • ghost planes • sky critters • courtroom ghost • signals from space • UFO invasion • goblin attack • memory transpl... more
by Franz Loschnigg, Ph.D.
Intended for lovers of the arts, this “big think” book engages the dynamic of culture and the creative mind. It unravels inductively, layer by layer, the myth and misconceptions about Gustav Mahler as composer. Early in the 1970s Franz Loschnigg realized that a myth was developing around Mahler’s childhood, education, and persona based on the assumptions of Henri de la Grange. Rather than accepting his work as definitive, the author turned to unique sources – the conte... more