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Sometimes I Think I Am Like Water

Author : Smoky Zeidel
ISBN : 1950750051
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In this moving book of poetry, author Smoky Zeidel celebrates her walk with nature while exploring the peaks and valleys of life through her kinship with the natural world.In "Crescent Meadow," she shares her deep and abiding love for the flora and fauna of this planet we call home. Through "On the Anniversary of My Father's Death," she reflects on the cycle of life while remembering her father, who has sent her a gift every year since his passing. In "Sometimes I Think I Am Like Water," Zeidel takes us on her personal odyssey of growth and discovery. And in "Hush," she invites us to stop, listen, and connect. Read the complete poems and more, plus a bonus chapter from Zeidel's novel, The Storyteller's Bracelet.

The Magic Key To Parenting Grandparenting

Author : Sandra Findlay
ISBN : 9781499026580
Genre : Family & Relationships
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THE MAGIC KEY TO PARENTING & GRANDPARENTING Family Dynamics thru the Enneagram Fairy Tales This book offers parents & grandparents a Forward designed to outline the new strategies for raising empowered children. It is targeted to children from 5 to 8 years of age and their caretakers and is based on the findings of the new neurosciences. Following the Forward for adults are 9 fairy tales based on the 9 enneagram personality profiles. The enneagram diagnoses the sabotaging childhood fear of the child and the inner child of the adult allowing for a greater depth of positive choices in their life. The fairy tales all point the child to their inner wisdom and encourage the imagination that leads to creativity. As the adult and the child each identify their enneagram type, family dynamics are clarified in many “ah ha” moments of their everyday interactions. The unconditional love and deep heartfelt connection sought by each of us can then be brought to the family unit. ENJOY YOUR NEW WORLD! Love & Hugs, Sandra
Category: Family & Relationships


Author : Rahila Gupta
ISBN : 9781846275401
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Slavery in Britain did not end with William Wilberforce at the beginning of the nineteenth century. They may be largely invisible to us, but living in our midst are thousands of slaves. Rahila Gupta seeks out five escapees and persuades them to tell us their stories in this compelling book. We meet a pregnant child from Sierra Leone who was locked up in a London house as a domestic slave; a Russian teenager trafficked into prostitution; a Chinese man who lives in fear of the Triads; a religious Somali woman who had to exchange sex for food; and a young Punjabi woman forced into marriage and repeatedly abused by her husband. These are the stories of those who have escaped, through a combination of courage, timing, luck and the humanity of those who helped them. Their testimonies are harrowing but they need to be heard.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Full Circle

Author : Pauline Pearce
ISBN : 9781904697459
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by Pauline Pearce ISBN 13: 978 1 84747 014 0 Published: 2006 Pages: 115 Description Full Circle is a remarkable tale about a woman with dystonia. About the Author Pauline Pearce is a leading campaigner in raising awareness of people who live with dystonia. Full Circle is a very open and heart rendering account. Book Extract " Why do I feel so sad? I have so much to be thankful for - a good husband; a beautiful, yet temperamental, teenage daughter; a "nice" home, in a "nice" rural Cheshire village and (plus I do stress this) I am sitting in the hot sunshine on a veranda overlooking the Amalfi coastline, one of the most scenic views in, not only Italy but in the entire world. Then - why sad? Why are tears just a nano-second away? Why if I could just doze off in the heat, in the beauty of the surrounding never to re-awaken, why might that feel so good? I'm tired - not tired of life in general - that has potential, new experience, new adventure ahead. No, I'm tired of my life and the constant fight I feel everyday is becoming. I'm 45, yet sometimes I feel doubly this, as I strive not wanting to give in to the illness and pain, both physical & psychologically, that constantly exhausts me. Now would be a good time for an ending - in the warm sunshine, in these beautiful surroundings before life becomes more burdensome and my capabilities become more limited. Before my life shrinks any more. I've never quite understood why so often, on war memorials, mention is made to the sadness of young men cut off in their prime, yet - as a positive - their bodies never ageing. They'll be remembered at the age they met their maker - for the beauty oftheir youth; for the life potential they had, yet didn't fulfill; for the perfection of their fit, young bodies. I'm scared of death (even though a Christian) - the uncertainties, the finality but, perhaps more, the mode and shape of its advent. I've seen too many friends, near my own age, die recently. I've watched their gradual deterioration, their loss of dignity as illness stripped them of mobility and independence - bed pans, bed baths, loss of control of bowels and bladder; returning both in body and mind to infancy. That scares me. Yet, what of my future? Do I want to cling on to life by the tips of my fingernails, knowing I may endure this? Is this deterioration happening, as I pen this paper? I feel so. Life is different now. Little by little quality is ebbing away, no matter how hard I try to maintain normality as it once was. I'm living a fools paradise. I push myself, often beyond my limits, trying to prove this quality is still there. It's the uncertainty of my illness and, maybe, its progression that scares me. How far will it deteriorate? "

Snickers The Preacher Cat

Author : Pollee Freier
ISBN : 9781440180019
Genre : Fiction
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While Snickers is writing her advice for cat staffers and aides, she finds herself embroiled in what looks like a plot to kidnap cats in the neighborhood. She organizes the Pet Club, which involves a way to warn pets of impending danger. She soon discovers that one cat is plotting to replace her as the leader, so she must act fast to stop rebellion in the ranks! And all of this is going on while Snickers is preaching to the pets in the neighborhood about Jesus. Can Snickers maintain her usual cool in the midst of this turmoil? This is just one tale in the many exciting adventures that Snickers tells about in her book, along with her instructions to people who are fortunate enough to have a cat in their home.
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Author : Mark Ethridge
ISBN : 1603060715
Genre : Fiction
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For more than twenty years, the murder of a thirteen-year-year-old boy during racial unrest in rural South Carolina has gone unpunished, unsolved, even uninvestigated. But that changes when Charlotte Times reporter Matt Harper sits down with a fellow who shows up in the newsroom, a guy with a grievance. As he struggles with his journalistic legacy, Harper comes to understand why the investigation must be pursued and why he must be the one to do it—despite the opposition of his publisher, violent threats from mysterious forces who do not want the story told, and the fact that his father is dying. Set in the rich scenery of a Savannah River town that time and justice have forgotten, Grievances is a story of newspapers, murder, and of redemption—for a small Southern town and for Matt Harper.
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100 Questions Answers About Your Child S Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Author : Josiane Cobert
ISBN : 1449631126
Genre : Medical
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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) can be a devastating problem not just for children but also for parents, families, and friends. 100 Questions & Answers About Your Child's Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a user-friendly guide that will enhance your knowledge of the disease and answer your questions about diagnosis, cause, treatment, and prognosis for children with OCD. Written by an expert psychologist, along with contributions from actual parents, this book is an excellent resource for learning and coping with the medical and emotional effects on a child with OCD.
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Pale As The Dead

Author : Fiona Mountain
ISBN : 9781466863453
Genre : Fiction
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This is the first stunning installment of Fiona Mountain's riveting new mystery series that uncovers the secrets of the dead. Pale as the Dead deals with the mysterious death of Lizzie Siddal, a real and fascinating historical figure whose beauty and tragic life have made her into a legend. (She was the model for the famous painting on the cover of the book.) Lizzie's death has always been shrouded in mystery. She is perhaps best known for the macabre story that tells of her husband, the Pre-Raphaelite artist Dante Gabriel Rossetti, having her coffin dug up to retrieve some poems he had buried with her. When the coffin was opened, Lizzie was said to be as beautiful as the day she died. Pale as the Dead is the story of how the disappearance of a young girl, Bethany, appears to be linked in some way to Lizzie Siddal. Our detective is Natasha Blake, a complex young genealogist with a passion for history. Natasha's career choice is partly driven by the mystery of her own roots--she was abandoned in the hospital as a newborn. Her mother disappeared hours after giving birth, leaving a false name and address and a note on the back of a picture postcard that said simply, "Her name is Natasha." Natasha is hired by the missing girl's lover, Adam, whose own life seems to have plenty of dark shadows. An old diary and famous graveyard lead Natasha into more danger than she bargains for--some people will do ANYTHING to keep a secret!
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The School Improvement Specialist Field Guide

Author : Debra L. Page
ISBN : 9781452284309
Genre : Education
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Improve student achievement by transforming schools as an SIS expert! Deb Page and Judith Hale, SIS authorities, guide new and transitioning school improvement specialists in applying high-leverage practices that result in systemic, sustainable, schoolwide improvement. With easy-to-use tools and protocols, both in the guide and online, this book offers the voice and counsel of a trusted coach while addressing how to: Establish enduring interventions with viable tools and methods Use time-tested processes to teach 21st-century skills to educators and students alike Seamlessly align improvement practices to the updated Institute for Performance Improvement Standards Transition smoothly into the school improvement specialist role
Category: Education

Butterfly Skin

Author : Sergey Kuznetsov
ISBN : 9781783290253
Genre : Fiction
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On the streets of Moscow, a vicious serial killer stalks his female victims. Ksenia, an ambitious young editor of an online newspaper, seeks to entrap him and further her own career. But her preoccupation with the crimes reflects her unconscious fascination with the sexual savagery of the murders and her own dark desires. She becomes obsessed with the unknown and seemingly unknowable killer... and he with her.
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