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by Lori FirsdonLose Your Stuff, Find Yourself is an inspirational guide, helping you begin the journey of organization, so you can better manage your life. Each chapter is filled with practical advice, real-life situations, and motivational stories, helping to process the emotional grip clutter has on us.
by Jon HagginsJon Haggins the GlobeTrotter is a journey onto itself. If you’ve ever had a desire to see the world, the color photos will take you there as you turn the pages. You will explore Egypt, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, the Caribbean, France, Corsica, The Aegean Sea, Greece & Turkey, Italy, Portugal, Canada, Alaska, Mexico, Sweden, Brazil, and many more. Let me not forget the history, culture and the aromatic recipes that will whet your appetite for the taste and flavors from around the world. ... more
Unaccompanied Children: Care and Protection in Wars, Natural Disasters, and Refugee Movements: Reprint of the 1988 Editionby Everett ResslerA study about unaccompanied children in wars, natural disasters, and refugee movements. This study was undertaken in 1988 and published by Oxford University press. This is a re-print. The study provides guidance for policy makers, program staff, academics, and researchers. It covers history of unaccompanied children, unaccompanied children from a psychological perspective, and a review of unaccompanied children in comparative and international law.
by Matthew Curtis FleischerIn The Old Testament Case for Nonviolence, Fleischer cuts through the rhetoric and popular misperceptions to provide a compelling, scripturally based, and highly readable case for a good, just, and loving God, one who is not only not bloodthirsty but who actually hates violence. If you have ever struggled to understand or appreciate what God was doing in the Old Testament, you will love this book. You might even discover a deity who is more beautiful than you have ever imagined.
by Philip KenneyThe Writer’s Crucible provides a detailed map for navigating the turbulent emotional waters of a creative life. Writers will come to understand the psychology of vulnerability, perhaps the most common of which is a persistent sense of not being good enough. This troubling insecurity is often present in even the most successful writers; they too are subject to undermining episodes of self-doubt. To help manage this core experience, The Writer’s Crucible offers an in depth exploration of the psych... more
by Eli'y אֵלִיָּהוּ"I, יֵשַׁע Ye'sha, יָשַׁע Ya'sha, יְשׁוּעָה Yesh'uw'ah Im Moshi'ach, have sent Mine ANGEL, MY מַלְאָךְ Mal'ak Messenger of G-D, MY Messenger of The Covenant, אֵלִיָּהוּ ELI'JAH, before you, to Testify, to Bear Witness as a Testimony, a Written Record unto you all these things in The Great Congregation, to prepare & keep you in The Way of The L-RD to bring you into the place which I have prepared for you. MY Coming will be according to Nevi'im, זכריה פרק יד Zechariah 14:1-21, The Tanakh." "Heed H... more
by denise saighMy book is unique, because unlike current children’s climbing books that just tell about the climber’s experiences, my book includes children in the process of the climb, by showing not telling. With an increasing focus on increasing children’s outdoor activities, I filled this gap in Emily’s 5th grade classroom. Emily and I expose her classmates the food, clothes and gear needed to survive in summitting Denali’s 20,310’ Mountain. The children get to wear climbing harnesses, play with prusiks, c... more
by Anita Martinez Beijer
Step into personal homes of architects, designers, photographers and other creatives. Food and art lovers. People passionate about the environment. All with their own stories and destinies. The homes are located in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Cape Town, Buenos Aires, Uruguay, Mexico City and New York. Richly illustrated with inspiring and honest photos of the home environment of these individuals, whose personality colour every image of the book. With personal and interesting texts based on intervie... more
by RODERICK POWELLWinning in Combat Sports is a treatise on fight strategy. It is intended for boxers and mixed martial artists who currently compete or plan on competing in the amateur or pro ranks, as well as trainers and coaches involved in combat sports. The book covers both the mental and physical preparation needed to successfully compete in the ring or octagon.
by Amar PardesiThe book is an illustrated portrayal of brides and their dress from all over the world, displaying them in their traditional and modern fashion. This book is divided into five continents, each showing the interaction in their communities whether it is in their traditions or their beliefs. In some countries, due to multiple ethnic groups residing in one locality, the traditions are very much interwoven.
by Jim GerlachILLUSTRATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS ERB Inc. Publishes the “Definitive Bibliography of Edgar Rice Burroughs” by Dr. Robert B. Zeuschner Tarzana, CA: Edgar Rice Burroughs Incorporated today announced the release of the long-awaited definitive bibliography of the Master of Adventure by longtime Burroughs scholar Dr. Robert B. Zeuschner. The illustrated hardbound volume is available in two hardbound editions. Edgar Rice Burroughs, well known for his tales of Tarzan and John... more
by Warner LoughlinFor the first time in print, comes the revolutionary acting technique from the premiere acting coach of our era. Not a copy of the old masters, The Warner Loughlin Technique empowers the actor to create rich, nuanced and unique characters. Discover the technique used to help create some of the most remarkable performances of our time from actors such as Amy Adams, Ryan Reynolds, Kyra Sedgwick and countless other Oscar, Emmy, Golden Globe, Tony and Grammy nominees and winners. Loughlin debunks th... more
by Liam LlewellynThe true story of Marvin Heemeyer, who lived in Granby, Colorado, from 1992 to 2004. Feeling the local government was conspiring against the success of his muffler shop, Marvin endeavored to exact revenge in a one-of-a-kind crime. The first part of the novel recounts the events as told by the media and government officials, while the second part uses ample evidence to provide an alternative interpretation of the crime.
by Cathy Sovold JohnsonFor most Americans, the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center were an unimaginable shock. In the years since, Muslims and the religion of Islam have gone from being something little known in faraway lands to our doorstep. Wars, Islamic terrorism, Muslim immigrants and refugees have become the new reality. Adam’s Grief looks at issues of religious diversity from a biblical, Christian viewpoint, and provides an overview of Islam, and Muslims today. How are we, as Christians who a... more
by Zoe Cardez, Clinical Social WorkerIn the pages of "Baby Dolls & Ninja Swords: 6 True Tales of Play Therapy, " the reader will put on the "magic glasses" of play therapy and get a remarkable glimpse into the mind of a child, any child, every child. These true stories of little boys and girls who face and overcome the challenges of abuse, injury, bullying, neglect, and family breakdown, will expand your mind, touch your heart and inspire your spirit. This book will lead you into the lives of: \t· Five-year-old Alice who man... more
by Louis St Michael
AT RELEASE: AMAZON #1 NEW RELEASE IN ISLAMIC THEOLOGY
READERS' FAVORITE 2018 GOLD MEDAL AWARD AND 5-TIME 5-STARS RECIPIENT
MANHATTAN BOOK REVIEW FIVE STARS
Compare Jesus and Muhammad. What did they teach, and how do their messages converge or diverge? This book holds the answers.
Explore their core words, by topic and side-by-side. The content speaks for itse... more