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  • oscars adventures in the woods

    by pam stone
    Oscar's adventures in the woods" is a true story of a little girl, Shelby, and her pet turtle, Oscar. Each page is original artwork created, drawn and colored by award winning artists Eric Hector and Candace Schinzler- Bell. Who has done artwork for many companies including Disney. This story is written by a mom who would read to her daughter every evening at bedtime up to three books each night, and instilled her love of reading in her daughter, who is a voracious reader to this day. Someone ga... more
  • Do You Still Think God Is Good?: Candid Conversations about the Problem of Evil

    by Clayton Brumby
    This new work takes a very academic and philosophical topic, and through a couple of breakfast conversations among friends and acquaintances, explores it as directly as possible. The format is designed to make this very important topic accessible.

    What is evil really?

    Where does it come from?

    And if God is really God, why doesn't he do more about it? This world is out of control-so violent, painful, unfair and destructive. Doesn't God care?

    The Greek philosopher Epicurus is ... more

  • The Thursday Speeches: Lessons in Life, Leadership, and Football from Coach Don James

    by Peter G. Tormey
    Two days before Christmas 1974, Don James seized the reins of a University of Washington football program in disarray. Immediately, James challenged players to do the hard work necessary to get to the Rose Bowl. Some players laughed, reminding James that Washington hadn't been to the Rose Bowl since 1963. James insisted on his vision. In his third season, Washington advanced to the Rose Bowl and beat the heavily favored Michigan Wolverines. In 18 years at Washington, James' compelling stories in... more
  • 8 Lessons Every Podcaster Needs To Learn

    by Cheval John
    The book is about standing out from the crowd with your podcast. It has 8 Lessons that the newbie podcaster will benefit from.
  • Outstanding Lesson Ahead

    by Amy Sargent
    Most teachers will admit they are like magpies, always looking for some new and shiny teaching ideas to apply in their classroom. If you too cannot go to a budget shop without buying something you think you could adapt in your classroom, if you are always looking for inspiration, an idea to steal or adapt to engage your students, look no further… this guide is definitely for you. Books in education are usually dry academic encyclopaedias full of boring and sometimes unnecessary literature. ... more
  • The Great Grammar Book

    by Marsha Sramek
    The second edition of The Great Grammar Book uses pop culture, intelligent trivia, and odd news events to make learning grammar fun. The book opens with a 100-question diagnostic grammar test and answer key. If you want to banish grammar errors and write clearer, more concise, and more readable sentences with confidence and style, this is the book for you.
  • MANipulated Into Fear

    by Christine Gilbert
    MANipulated Into Fear, There Is Always A Pattern is about Rolf abusing Marvela and there is always a pattern, and how there is a pattern of abuse within families when children are exposed to living in an abusive environment.
  • My Logical God: How Belief in a Truly Perfect God Changes Everything We Have Been Taught

    by Ronald Roell
    My Logical God is not just a book about God, nor is it just a book about life. It is a book about how an entirely different perspective of God changes our life.
  • Defiance

    by Michael Seay
  • The Zohar Code: The Temple Calendar of King Solomon

    by Bethsheba Ashe
    The Zohar Code is a scholarly paper for public release. Foreword by David Conway. The authors demonstrate that the Tree of Life was derived from an ancient sacerdotal calendar belonging to the Temple of Solomon. This lost temple calendar resembles the Seven Palaces of the Merkabah Mystics and it was discovered in an encrypted format within the Zohar. Its discovery marks a new chapter for all major Abrahamic religions. One of the most interesting features of the Temple Calendar diagram is - i... more
  • Hands that Touch, Hands that Heal

    by Joan Holman
    The True Story of Sister Rosalind Gefre and Her Pioneering Work in Healing Touch. A biography of renown massage pioneer Sister Rosalind Gefre, who has been featured in Time Magazine and who brought respectability to an industry formerly associated with seedy massage parlors and prostitution in the United States.
  • Collected Writings on Orthodox Christianity: Various Aspects of Eastern and Oriental Orthodox Churches

    by George Alexander
    This book consists of selected reflections, articles, interviews and letters by various authors on different topics related to Orthodox Christianity. The book has been created in Pan-Orthodox nature comprising various topics pertaining to Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Churches.
  • Culture Shock - A Practical Guide

    by H.E. Rybol
    Are you studying, moving or traveling abroad? Imagine you just got off the plane, train or boat and you’re feeling overwhelmed because everything is new! It doesn’t matter how much you prepare, actually being there creates an information overload. So what can you do to ease that transition? How do you digest everything you have to take in? This how-to guide will help you deal with the challenges of cultural transitions. It will help you understand and identify your reaction to culture shock a... more
  • Gunner and Land Girl: Bob and Connie, Their War Years. 1939-1945

    by Steve Orwin
    Bob and Connie were just eighteen and sixteen when they met and started walking to work together. They got to know each other well enough in the year and a half before World War II started to stay together through the uncertainties and separation of war. They married when Bob was on leave in 1945.

    The two were just embarking on their adult lives when war began, dramatically changing their expectations and experiences. This is their story, or rather how two stories became one, despite the i... more

  • Born2Teach

    by Jeff Resnick

    As a recipient of the New York State Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, I hereby offer this Teacher's meaningful Lesson in Life: ‘As You Teach, So You Learn.’

    1.     An Authentic Teacher nurtures new growth like a concerned gardener, requiring more than mere mastery of a skill set. 
    2.     An Authentic Teacher is unafraid to question the priorities of the academy by revealing  that The Emperor Ha... more
  • Sex Drugs and Tessellation

    by Ben Delaney
    Did you ever wonder who built the first head-mounted display? Who first detailed a coherent theory of Cyberspace? Who wrote about cybersex and the challenges it creates? Who worried about addiction to VR? Did anyone ever cure cyber-sickness? From 1991 to 1996, CyberEdge Journal covered these stories and hundreds more. CEJ was read in more than 40 countries by thousands of VR researchers, developers, vendors, and aficionados. Appreciated for its "No VR Hype" attitude, CyberEdge Journal was th... more