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  • B is for Boston Terrier

    by Sarah Tregay
    Follow Buck, a Boston Terrier, as he does his favorite activities—from playing ball to walking around the block. This picture book for the very young introduces children to dogs with large, bright illustration and encourages reading.
  • Old Man on a Bicycle: A Ride Across America and How to Realize a More Enjoyable Old Age

    by Don Petterson
    A retired US Foreign Service officer whose ten overseas assignments included three ambassadorships (to Somalia, Tanzania, and Sudan) is the author of Inside Sudan and Revolution in Zanzibar. When he was in his early 70s, he gave thought to flying across the country in an ultra-light airplane. For various reasons, he discarded that idea and decided instead to make the journey on a bicycle. His third book, Old Man on a Bicycle is the account of his solo ride across the country. He tells of c... more
  • Understanding: All Success Is Attained by It

    by Shane Wall
    Noted as the first book ever on the subject of Understanding, the message is clear that whatever God says is the understanding and He always attaches success to the understanding He gives. We can understand God and even how He understands. Each chapter reveals the hidden power of Understanding.
  • Hell Hath No Fury: Women Who Kill

    by Les MacDonald
    There are 45 chapters in Hell Hath No Fury: Women Who Kill on women who have committed murder. Part One: Women Who Kill Their Children features 21 stories on mothers who have murdered their own children. The high profile cases such as Susan Smith and Andrea Yates are here but also some that you may not have heard of. Part Two: Women Who Kill Their Husbands has 10 chapters including the Anti Freeze Killer and the Black Widow of the Internet. Part Three: More Notorious Murders by Women has eight m... more
  • The Hybrid Author Companion Journal

    by Dianne G. Sagan
    This companion resource to The Hybrid Author provides a tool for you to use as a personal publishing guide for your research and for your professional development. Practical and with inspirational quotes, it’s a time-saving “next step” in your writing career. Laid out simply and from a writer's point of view, you'll want to keep this journal at your fingertips.
  • The Hybrid Author

    by Dianne G. Sagan
    The Hybrid Author assists writers to understand the publishing industry which is undergoing constant change. This book helps authors navigate this publishing atmosphere and make decisions about whether or not to self-publish or traditionally publish. Now writers of all levels have a book that explains the Hybrid Author path: •\tWhat it is. •\tWhat the options are. •\tHow to decide. Including interviews with C. J. Lyons, J. A. Konrath, Hugh C. Howey, Marie Force, Barbara Morgenroth, Jenni... more
  • Unveiling the Soul: Spirituality in the Dimension of Opposites

    by Rosalyn Becker
    Unveiling the Soul: Spirituality in the Dimension of Opposites is a synthesis of Christianity, mysticism, physics and metaphysics. It is for both the believer and the skeptic. The author explains who and where God is and unravels the mystery of the Earth dimension. In preparation for your spiritual journey, her book helps you to overcome low emotions and recognize and protect yourself from dark forces. Drawing from her experiences and revelations, the author teaches you to meditate, communic... more
  • My Daughter He: Transitioning With Our Transgender Children

    by Candace Waldron

    My Daughter He: Transitioning With Our Transgender Children is both a story and a resource. Written by a mother reflecting on her own difficult journey to accept that her beloved daughter longed to be a boy, My Daughter He explores the labyrinthine path many parents travel: supporting their child’s authentic self-expression while experiencing deep-seated emotions of their own. Topics include:

    • Finding the right team of professionals to guide your decisions
    • Reversible and irr... more
  • The Shear Truth

    by Iva Ursano
    This book covers salon etiquette, written in a humorous way, by a hairstylist of 20 yrs. The do's and don'ts and the things that drive us bat s#@t crazy! :-)
  • The Paper Trail: Useful Charts to Organize Your Writing

    by Lee Cart
    It’s important, as a writer, to keep your work organized. These thirty-five reproducible charts help you do just that. From tracking your article and poetry submissions to creating an editing style sheet, from detailing character profiles to following your social media, each chart is designed to help you, the author, become more efficient in your workflow. Business deductions, magazine subscriptions, Internet passwords, invoices, and change orders are among the many printable charts included, so... more
  • The Just Market: Torah's Response to the Crisis of the Modern Economy

    by Jonathan Brandow
    Torah, Talmud and other Jewish source texts wrestle with many of the same economic concerns that occupy the contemporary public square: income inequality, structural unemployment, instability, rampant financial fraud and spiraling personal debt. The Just Market: Torah’s Response to the Crisis of the Modern Economy identifies six foundations of ancient Jewish economic policy and explores their application to the modern world: Access to the Necessities of Life Universal Employment Oppo... more
  • I Love Being a Girl

    by Kathryn Dixon
    Being a girl is so much fun! Every day is an opportunity to be kind, be helpful, read a book, make a friend, hug the people you love, fly a kite, climb a tree, throw a ball higher than you ever have before! This book is filled with many girls, all doing what they love. Meet Clara who loves to water the flowers in her garden, Sara who loves to whisper in her grandfather’s ear, Eloise who loves to hula hoop, and Jillian who loves to shop. But life has its bumps, and the girls in this book a... more
  • The People in Between: The Paradox of Jewish Interstitiality

    by Robert J. Marx
    Hatred of Jews is the most diagnosed and least treated of all social diseases. Why is this so? Antisemitism cannot be understood merely by examining the evil designs of ruthless tyrants or ignorant people. Rather it is often a useful tool ofpowerful social forces. It invariably also involves both its victims and its perpetrators in ways that are not always transparent. To suggest that Jews are in some way involved in the offenses perpetrated against them is not to blame the victim but rather to ... more
  • Bright Lights of the Second City: 50 Prominent Chicagoans on Living with Passion and Purpose

    by Betsy Storm
    Many of us can leverage our life’s lessons to achieve greater personal success; find and refine our passions; and achieve our goals. The 50 inspirational Chicagoans profiled in Bright Lights of the Second City provide a powerful catalyst for jump starting or advancing one’s own personal odyssey. \tThese profiles of approximately 1,000 words, shared in the subjects’ own voices, reveal rarely explored facets of 50 gifted Chicagoans, including: REP. DANNY DAVIS, U.S. Congress; BILL KURTIS, broad... more
  • Kelong Kings: Confessions of the world's most prolific match-fixer

    by Wilson Raj Perumal
    Wilson Raj Perumal has been labeled the world's most prolific match-fixer in football's recent history. Born a village boy in rural Singapore in the mid-60's, Wilson climbed the heights of international match-fixing across five continents, becoming FIFA's most wanted man. Like a "guppy in the sea", Wilson started off a small gambler, mixing with the local Singapore bookies, and witnessed the rise and fall of the old-school Asian "big fish" of match-fixing until he found himself competing aga... more
  • Creativity From Within: Inspirational Poetry and Tips to Discover & Cultivate Your Passion Within

    by Roxanne Mapp
    Making time for yourself (30 minutes to start). Forgiveness to freedom. Worksheets to help you decide. Resources for guidance. Action Plan. Next Step(s). Is it cooking, photography, teaching, cosmetology, art, printmaking, blogging, sewing, entertaining? Not sure? That's ok, take some time and think about it, you can have more than one passion that's fine.

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