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  • That's Why They Call It Practicing Law

    by David Kempston
    Author David Kempston believes focusing on the attorney–client relationship will lead to the excellent lawyering—and his book demonstrates how. Written in a direct and concise manner, "That's Why They Call it Practicing Law," emphasizes the application of customer service principles to legal practice. This practical book encourages lawyers to do the ordinary tasks better. Peppered with personal anecdotes, the author uses wisdom and humor to explore 22 different practice pointers. Drawn from the ... more
  • Surviving and Preventing Cancer

    by Janusz Dals-Pawlicki
    Janusz Dals-Pawlicki has survived several cancers, and he consciously searched for alternative and natural methods to prevent from reoccurring it again. His book Surviving and Preventing Cancer represents a very complex approach to alternative ways of treating and preventing cancer and other diseases. The book is loaded with practical and helpful information and recommendations. It is the most complex guide for cancer sufferers as well as for all those conscious of existing danger?it shows unive... more
  • Curtis Daycare

    by Doreen Barnett
    This book is to ease a child?s mind in going somewhere outside their box. By showing and reading this book, he/she will not feel so confused or traumatized. Putting it in a child's perspective. I hope you're family enjoys.
  • Getting Me Back: The Voices Within

    by Janna Hill
    A poetic memoir? The writing of Getting Me Back was [I suppose] intended to help me move forward. Looking back: It is like sitting in the third row seat of an old station wagon, staring ahead at the road behind you... It is not enough to sit in the front seat and see where you were going -- you didn't know anyway. To understand how you got here you have to look at where you have been. In that third row seat facing backwards you might be tempted to stare at the floorboard or the marks on your... more
  • Your Crocodile has Arrived

    by Laurie McAndish King
    Whether your taste runs to crocodiles or chocolate, pirates or flying saucers, you’re sure to find entertainment and illumination in this collection of 21 true travel stories. Join in the author’s adventures as she: • Attempts to eat a crocodile. • Discovers the chilling secrets of the Jamaica Inn pirates—and picks up a few business tips. • Enjoys a full-body chocolate massage in Seville. • Tracks down the world’s largest earthworms—they’re up to 20 feet long! • Makes a pilgrimage to see ... more
  • Lost, Kidnapped, Eaten Alive!: True Stories from a Curious Traveler

    by Laurie McAndish King
    Whether she is lost, escaping a kidnapping, or being eaten alive, King's stories—poignant, quirky, and often quite funny—are always inspiring and entertaining. Join the author: • Studying French kissing in Paris • Accidentally marrying a Maasai warrior • Chasing lemurs in Madagascar • Eating her way across southern Italy • Meeting the Balinese healer who befriended Elizabeth Gilbert in her bestselling book, Eat, Pray, Love.
  • Words Are Art: See the World Through My Eyes

    by Natasha R. Minier
    This nonfiction book is truly one of a kind. It allows readers to take a journey into the author's mind. It provides a profound understanding of the author's deepest feelings and thoughts on subjects such as God's love, mental illness, and overcoming fear. This book pushes readers out of their comfort zones and challenges them to gain new outlooks.
  • A Trail of Memories: The Quotations of Louis L'Amour

    by Angelique L'Amour
    For decades, generations of readers have shared their favorite passages of favorite Louis L'Amour novels and short stories: parents with their children, neighbors with their friends, executives with their staff and clergy with their congregations. They pass around dog-eared copies of the books, underlined and yellowing, recalling words that echoes in their readers' hearts and minds long after the last page was turned. Now, many of these selections have been collected in a remarkable volume repre... more
  • Due North: A Collection of Travel Observations, Reflections, and Snapshots Across Color, Cultures, and Continents

    by Lola Akinmade Akerstrom
    Due North is a collection of travel observations, reflections, and snapshots spanning two decades across colors, cultures, and continents by award-winning travel writer and photographer Lola Akinmade Åkerström.
  • What Is Alcoholics Anonymous?

    by Marc Galanter, MD
    Alcoholics Anonymous has two million members worldwide; yet this fellowship remains a mystery to most people, and is even viewed by some as a cult or a religion. Written by an award-winning psychiatrist and educator in the treatment of alcohol and drug abuse, What Is Alcoholics Anonymous? provides the most in-depth overview to date of this popular and established yet poorly understood recovery movement. Author Dr. Marc Galanter integrates findings from the latest research in psychology, cultural... more
  • Finding God w/o the Church

    by Roy C C
    This book has a very simple purpose. That purpose is to allow you to experience a God of your own understanding. A God that has a unique relationship with you. It only asks you to do a couple of new things. Have a little bit of willingness to think thoughts you have never thought before and to imagine some things you have never imagined before. This will lead you to a place you have never been before.
  • Ravening Wolves: Exposing Works of Darkness to the Light of Truth

    by James S. Berge
    'Ravening Wolves' is a resource guide defining true Biblical evangelism, conversion, prophecy, and salvation as well as an expose of the major players in the world of Gospel revision, false prophecy, and New-Age syncretism in the post-modern church.
  • The Right Ask: What Every Advancement Officer Should Know

    by Michael Y. Warder Sr
    The Right Ask, derived from more than four decades in the field, explains why donors give and what they would like to know before making a gift to a non-profit. It also explains the types of information an advancement officer should know about a donor before asking for a gift that's appropriate. It details the various dynamics in different types of non-profits, including colleges, and how they are organized and managed to find and raise support. It lays out the various types of planned gifts ... more
  • The Mysterion Dynasty

    by Roger Wells
    For possibly the first time in the history of humankind, the book provides a complete description of how the mind operates and describes the fault in the mind that creates all the destruction and cruelty in the world and how to correct it. The book further describes the interplay of the conscious mind and how it communicates with the main mind and describes all the operators within the mind, all emotion and worry, and a way to improve all religions and governments by using communication similar... more
  • One Green Tree, Ten Chickadees

    by Wendy Ulmer
    This 6" x 6" board book introduces little ones to colors, numbers and treasures of New England. Illustrated with watercolors, children are introduced to one color, one color word, one number, one number word and one object and it's name on each page. Perfect for children from newborn to beginning readers.
  • My Twelve Maine Christmas Days

    by Wendy Ulmer

    "On my first Maine Christmas a woodsman gave to me a dark green wild pine tree." Discover the gifts and hard working people of Maine in this book based on the traditional carol. Illustrated with beautiful watercolors by Maine artist, Sandy Crabtree, this book can be found on coffee tables around the world during the holiday season. Educational information is included in the back matter and activities on the website provide additional ways to enjoy the book. 

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