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  • The Dance of We: The Mindful Use of Love and Power in Human Systems

    by Mark Horowitz

                We spend most of our lives as members of collections of people – families, corporations, churches, civic groups, gangs, book clubs, sports teams, ethnic groups, economic systems, cities, nation states—to name just a few. Unfortunately, we have very little understanding of how these groups or systems work as a whole. We tend to see groups or organizations as simply the accumulation of the individuals that m... more

  • Blue, Too: More Writing by (for or about) Working-Class Queers

    by Wendell Ricketts
    People from the working class make up the majority of the LGBTQ “community.” In Blue, Too: More Writing by (for or about) Working-Class Queers, twenty writers speak meaningfully—in short fiction, memoir, performance pieces, and prose poems—about that reality. As a sourcebook for working-class and queer studies, Blue, Too also contains these special features: “A Blue Study: The Reader’s, Writer’s, and Scholar’s Guide” to using Blue, Too to examine the interlocking issues of queerness and social c... more
  • It's In Your Hand! A Seven Step Method to Teach the Fundamentals of Reading and Writing to Children & Adults

    by Nori Rem
    Featured on Scholastic Publishing Company's Read 180 website, It's In Your Hand! A Seven Step Method to Teach the Fundamentals of Reading and Writing to Children & Adults targets struggling readers of all ages. Written in a user friendly format, it is an instructional roadmap for parents and teachers of any struggling reader. This 228 page, comprehensive manual contains 14 decodable stories, assessments, illustrations and many more, step by step guidelines to teach the fundamentals of reading. A... more
  • SONG OF THE BLUE STAR

    by B.A. Boland
    Celtic and Native American spirituality and philosophy are discussed and the links between these strands of ancient knowledge and understanding is discussed. The BLUE STAR prophecies - and the connection between Hopi people and ancient Irish/Celts. Our Sun as a star and the energy of the 'stars' within the galaxy - and how this relates to our human memory. The books aims to help readers awaken our memory of who we are as humans in the world and offers a format for a ceremony that can enable this... more
  • State of Florida v. Trayvon Martin (A Murder Cover-Up & Obtaining Justice)

    by Gina McGill
    This book is about police and prosecutor corruption and first degree murder cover-up of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman. I have performed investigative research and provide facts giving details of events that fateful night and supporting obstruction of justice and murder cover-up. I also detail the history of race issues that affected how the case was handled. When you discover what really happened and learn about the politics surrounding the case, then you will understand why and how Zimm... more
  • Chasing Woodstock - Finding the Cost of Freedom

    by Ron Evans
               In his debut book, Chasing Woodstock: Finding the Cost of Freedom, author Ron Evans provides an inside look at how the summer of 1969, Woodstock, and its music changed his life forever.  His curiosity was first piqued when, through a simple act of kindness, he received a rare artifact from the festival. With an insatiable thirst for discovering the truth behind America’s loss of domestic tranquility, Evans takes his readers on the quest of a lifetime.  He shares never before heard sto... more
  • The Peace Seeker: One Woman’s Battle in the Church’s War on Homosexuality

    by Susan E. Gilmore
    Susan E. Gilmore planned a career in Christian work after graduating from Bible college in the early 1980s but soon discovered that her identity as a homosexual would prohibit her from pursuing her dream. In The Peace Seeker, she chronicles her struggle to reconcile her sexual identity with the teachings of the Christian church. Her nearly thirty-year search for self-acceptance and understanding, a story of deep pain and devotion, is resolved only when she is prompted to investigate biblical pas... more
  • The Little Guide to Getting Tied Up (Including Suspensions)

    by Evie Vane
    Curious about getting tied up? Already doing rope play? Whether you've only fantasized about being in rope or you're already doing advanced suspensions, the 7 Helpful Skills of Rope Bottoming in Evie's book can help. You'll learn how to find the right rope partner, choose rope scenes, avoid injury, make a connection, and much more.
  • I Woof You From The Bottom Of My Heart

    by Kathy Vassilakis

    The idea to write this book came from my daughter and my dog. This book was written to show children how special a bond and friendship they can have with their dog. Dog's are wonderful pets and love us unconditionally. They will protect and love us no matter what. Children deserve to learn that at a very young age and grow to love all animals. Compassion for animals is intimately connected with goodness of character. 

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  • A Non-Swimmer Considers Her Mikvah ISBN 978-0-692-26582-6

    by Mary E. Carter
    Book Title: A Non-Swimmer Considers Her Mikvah Author Mary E. Carter became Jewish after age fifty. This is her story. It’s a story about creating a new life and making changes as an older adult. More than a how-to book, Carter takes the reader through her process of self-reflection and growth and provides insights into her family and cultural influences. She discusses: finding rabbis, attending classes, studying, making a Hebrew name, and the commitment at the mikvah. This is a book for anyo... more
  • It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Trip: On the Road of the Longest Family Road Trip in History

    by Kevin James Shay
    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Trip: On the Road of the Longest Two-Week Family Road Trip in History [Raleigh, N.C.: Lulu Press, 2014] is not just a somewhat humorous account of a long road trip a single dad took with his two kids in 2013. Hopefully, it is useful for travelers, complete with tips on surviving long road trips, websites and other info on attractions, fun facts, and more travel resources. The book is available through Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and other retailers. It is also available a... more
  • The Big Secret

    by D. W. Boorn
    Children are told the truth about Santa Claus in a way that leaves everyone feeling good.
  • A Fresh Look At Judging Floral Design, A Guide for Judges, Designers, Teachers, Mentors and Hosts

    by Hitomi Gilliam AIFD and Kathy Whalen AIFD

    Internationally renowned floral artist Hitomi Gilliam AIFD and 5-time Gala Award-winning designer Kathy Whalen AIFD have teamed up to create the first US book written in decades on judging floral design.

  • OUT OF MN.EUTOPIA: A Rare Journey into the Humanscape

    by Stephen Otabil
    This work celebrates our common humanity, seeking to discover both what connects us and what divides us. Guided by his Muse, the author explores the world of ideas and human interactions, touching on a range of philosophical subjects and breaking through the boundaries that for centuries have defined who we are. Using his life story as a launchpad, he engages in intellectual flights of fancy that are grounded in earthly experience by the concept of “MNeutopia.” A portmanteau word joining Minneso... more
  • 978-1-63336-006-8

    by Katie Clemons
    Mother daughter journal Bond with your daughter on a new, deeper level. Confide in one another, grow together, and learn the stories deep in one another’s hearts and minds through a series of letters and activities. For girls age 8 and up. 8x5.5 inches (20x14 cm)
  • Did I Scare You?

    by Sommer Hamilton
    Did I Scare You? Children are always up for a Spooktaculas story. Did I Scare You?, teaches children the joy of reading and the endless possibilities of their imagination. It's also scares away the scary and allows silly fun for everyone.

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