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  • The Homeless Man's Journal

    by Shayne Whitaker
    Based on a true story. While waiting at his usual bus stop, Ben discovers a notebook that tells the life-changing story of a homeless man who once slept there. The Homeless Man's Journal chronicles the experiences of author Shayne Whitaker. Abandoned by his mother when he was only four years old, Shayne embarked on an odyssey full of hardship, poverty, and abuse that crisscrossed the country. The Homeless Man's Journal will stir your emotions and remind you that the power to persevere is within ... more
  • The Spiritual Gardener: Insights from the Jewish Tradition to Help Your Garden Grow

    by Andy Becker
    In this charming and illustrated guide, Pacific Northwest gardener Andy Becker provides practical gardening tips coupled with spiritual insights to help gardens grow everywhere. Quotations from the Torah, the Midrash, and the Chasidic Masters blend seamlessly with the author's own experienced observations about dealing with Weeds, Lawn Envy, Damn Wabbits, the bitterness of Horseradish, and the sweetness of Raspberry Jam. Gorgeously illustrated by University of Washington artist Abigail Drapkin, ... more
  • Quick Quizzes in ICT for kids

    by Effah Williams
    Self-discovery Technology concept training for children or anyone who wants to understand the concept of Computing
  • Common Sense and Reasonable Amswers

    by Warren William Luce
    Provides reasonable and common sense answers to major issues that plague America and the world. When we summon the will and courage to carry them out, our lives will be better, the children's future brighter and the world a kinder place
  • Family Tree: Rooted in Survival

    by Rebecca Freimann
    Family Tree: Rooted in Survival tells the never-before-told- true story of three family branches and their struggles to survive the horrors of the Holocaust. Family members are separated from one another and must find the will to survive on their own. This book recounts the hardships suffered at the hands of the Nazis, but also focuses on light - the power of love and the victory in survival.
  • Italy: The Best Places to See by Rail: An Alternative to the Escorted Tour

    by Bob Kaufman
    Escorted tours are highly regimented and expensive averaging $300-$500 per person per day excluding airfare. Bob Kaufman knows. For over 30 years he ran National Travel Vacations, Inc. a tour operator who offered escorted tours on contract to travel agents. If you don’t want to be told that you must be on the bus at 8 AM, and that you have only one hour to shop in Venice, this book is for you. If you don’t want to feel stressed out driving in a strange country, where everyone drives exceptional... more
  • Italy: The Best Places to See by Rail

    by Bob Kaufman
    Escorted tours are highly regimented and expensive averaging $300-$500 per person per day excluding airfare. Bob Kaufman knows. For over 30 years he ran National Travel Vacations, Inc. a tour operator who offered escorted tours on contract to travel agents. If you don’t want to be told that you must be on the bus at 8 AM, and that you have only one hour to shop in Venice, this book is for you. If you don’t want to feel stressed out driving in a strange country, where everyone drives exceptional... more
  • The Infant Sleep Schedule

    by N T Hamlin

    In a world that can cure disease, and travel to space, it would seem that getting a baby to sleep through the night would be simple; just how complex could it be? It turns out, very! Newborns can turn the most organized house on its head. Crying, sleepless nights, and feeding on demand, leave mothers with tears and fathers with frustration.

    The Infant Sleep Schedule is a proven, safe, and revolutionary strategy that will enable new parents to succeed with the... more

  • The Infant Sleep Schedule

    by N T Hamlin

    In a world that can cure disease, and travel to space, it would seem that getting a baby to sleep through the night would be simple; just how complex could it be? It turns out, very! Newborns can turn the most organized house on its head. Crying, sleepless nights, and feeding on demand, leave mothers with tears and fathers with frustration.

    The Infant Sleep Schedule is a proven, safe, and revolutionary strategy that will enable new parents to succeed with the... more

  • Never Stop Dreaming: Time to Change

    by Firas Faraj
    The human ability has no limit! The more our targets are in the shape of a future dream, where we dream about the success of such targets, then we are half away from achieving them. This book is a trial of self-experience success, I wanted to share with the whole world, I was and still am not believing in the limited ability of any human being no matter who is he/she. The book is more about initiating the determination and the will, the idea, the how, the what, the start. Never stop dreaming, Ti... more
  • Rhymes Of Moral Turpitude -- The Trump Poems: Year Two

    by John Branning
    Acclaimed humor writer John Branning continues to document the (lack of) accomplishments of the Trump administration -- all in verse. Veering among being incensed, appalled, discouraged, angered and revolted by Trump’s words and actions -- these short, spritely verses still somehow manage to amuse. Rhymes of Moral Turpitude overflows with clever, insightful rhymes generated with a frenzy nearly matching that of the President's tweets.
  • THIRD EDITION: READY FOR YOUR CLOSE UP? AFRICAN AMERICANS AND INTERNATIONALS IN CINEMA WHO ARE COLLEGE GRADUATES EXPANDED HONORA

    by G. Shields
    This book offers a core account of collegiate backgrounds of recognized and influential professionals in the film industry. Film students and aficionados will appreciate the select listing of awards, stage, film, and television biographies of those profiled who act, direct, write and produce for the cinematic screen.
  • Viceroys, VIcars, and Vergers: British English for American Readers

    by Bill Harvey
    Americans love British culture and literature, but are often confounded by their slang, customs, and habits. At last, here is a handy reference to look up any confusing terms you might trip over in your favorite English writing.
  • Smeagull the Seagull: A True Story

    by valerie elaine pettis
    Smeagull the Seagull as the title implies is the true story of a wild herring gull. Smeagull comes to the house near the shore every day and knocks on the sliding glass door. He knocks when he’s hungry, and the people who live there feed him. Smeagull rules the roost! Keeping up with him is an exhausting job, but when Smeagull disappears, it makes clear what an important family member Smeagull has become. There are few places on earth without gulls, both on shore and inland, and this makes th... more
  • Animals Teach Us Life

    by Nabi Gueye
    The reader of this book will get inspired with Animals. He will read about interesting animal facts that lead to valuable life lessons. A true bedside book!
  • Living in Another World

    by Heidi Bryant
    It’s about the evolution of tourism and lifestyle in Ibiza. It’s about the history of the island, about his natural beauty, about the night-clubs, about the people from Ibiza, about freedom. Each chapter has been named after a particular song and artist which is significant to Ibiza. Once you've read this book you are guaranteed to see this wonderful island in a completely different light... You will understand that Ibiza is much more than parties, its a symbol of freedom and hedoni... more

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