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Where S Mom Now That I Need Her

Author : Betty Rae Frandsen
ISBN : 0961539011
Genre : Cooking
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New Updated Edition! This book is full of hints about nutrition, grocery shopping, laundry and clothing with a stain removal guide, first aid, recipes for quick, easy meals, plus lots more.
Category: Cooking

The Complete Idiot S Guide To Organizing Your Life 5th Edition

Author : Georgene Lockwood
ISBN : 1101460830
Genre : Self-Help
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The popular guide that makes organizing a breeze. In today's fast-paced, complex society, it's crucial to find ways to increase productivity, simplify, and stay sane. The fifth edition of this highly successful guide emphasizes how organization helps people survive tough times, assists them with life's challenges, and can lead to a happier, more peaceful life. New in this edition are: green organizing; getting things done in the electronic age; and loads of new products that help people organize. - Offers up-to-date information, a reading appendix, and new resources - Fifth edition with an expanded focus on simple living, a popular topic even before the recession, plus green organizing and organizing in the electronic age - Timeless themes of saving money and reducing stress - Download a sample chapter
Category: Self-Help

Me Mum Sez

Author : Meg Salty
ISBN : 0961539097
Genre : Humor
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Category: Humor

Usa Today

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ISBN : UOM:39015032386412
Genre : Education
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Category: Education

The Complete Idiot S Guide To Cooking Basics

Author : Ronnie Fein
ISBN : 1567615236
Genre : Cookbooks
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"The Complete Idiot's Guide to Cooking Basics helps you find your way around the kitchen and create tasty and nutritious meals on an ordinary budget. You get simple steps to all the basic kitchen skills, plus friendly advice in an easy-to-understand, easy to enjoy format. Tips, definitions, warnings, and substitutes help you save time and effort, and easy recipes guarantee you'll impress your friends and your taste buds!--p. [4] of cover.
Category: Cookbooks

A True Story How I Survived My Life With A Psychopath

Author : Jacquelyn White
ISBN : 9781622876914
Genre : Psychology
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This is an Autobiography written by an average person, living an extraordinary life. Jacquelyn tells this story in a very unique and compelling style of writing which leaves the reader unable to put the book down as they wonder, "Then what happens?" It is an amazing tale of survival as Jacquelyn moves heaven and earth in an unbelievable battle for her freedom. To actually become, "free" she almost loses her life and must sacrifice all she has. This is a story of a mother's unconditional love for her children. The children she is willing to die to protect, as she overcomes the chains that bind her. It is a tale of hope and leaves the reader with a deep appreciation for their own journey and a new found inspiration for living. The story is made all the more powerful by the legal evidence she has provided in the book to support her claims. This evidence has been fully admitted to in court and is now a matter of public record. The recorded evidence is chilling as it gives a rare insight into the mind of a monster, as it is written in his very own hand writing on his business letter head. Jacquelyn also offers a detailed insight into the systems that she and many others have had to navigate through. This book may help to change some of the laws surrounding these issues. Powerfully moving, deeply engaging and written with raw honesty, this book is well worth the read. This book will be marketed to the millions of people screaming for change, awareness and insight to bring safety and justice to our world. Keywords: Psychopath, Sociopath, Australia, Freedom, Abuse, Legal, Psychology, Forensic, Mental Illness
Category: Psychology

Surviving Mummy

Author : Veena Masud
ISBN : 9781426997471
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Inspite of Mummy The story of my family began six generations ago when my maternal great, great, great grandmother left India in rather confused circumstances to end up as an indented labourer in the West Indian Island of Trinidad. Despite the challenges of being a single mother in a strange land, she inspired her daughter Gainder through example and Gainder married an ambitious handsome young man. New laws were made as slavery was abolished, indented labourers could now buy land and so Gainder and her husband prospered. They bought large land holdings and had ten children to go with it. Life in the late 1800s was happy and contented for the family as they melted into a multi religious and multi cultural society. Gainders five daughters married well to pliable husbands and her five boys were happy to live off their fathers wealth. Three generations later Gainders granddaughter, Little Sparrow married and began what was supposed to be a long and happy life with Victor, a young man of means with two obsessions in his life - his wife and cricket. Three daughters later Little Sparrow died giving birth to a stillborn baby boy, an event that had been predicted by a faqir thirty-five years before. Her daughter Carla, my mother, classy, beautiful yet haughty and disdainful, had a disastrous marriage to a wildly passionate man of humble means who loved her but could not leave his possessive mother. They separated two weeks before my birth. Mummy could not come to terms with her broken marriage and what people would say. I became her punching bag and the reason for her lonely and miserable life. I also had the terrible misfortune of being the spitting image of my father and no doubt destined to be a chip of the old block. This book is a reflection on the first eighteen years of my life. It was initially inspired by a deep need to reflect and put issues to rest as I entered middle age. Apart from being emotionally therapeutic, writing this book was a wonderful experience in self-discovery. I indulged in the memories that were sometimes happy, sometimes thoughtful and reflective, and at times so very sad. Children are judgmental yet the most forgiving of human beings and while they may naturally love their parents unconditionally, children may not always like what they see.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Everything Is Just Yesterday With Lots Of Tomorrows

Author : Robert H. T. W. Nieder
ISBN : 9781493154630
Genre : Fiction
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This is a fi ctional tale that contains slight spiritual messages and subtle social issues sprinkled into it. It is a love story between a young angry hateful shrimper who lives in the village of Edgewater which is located along the St. Johns River in northern Florida and a young Gullah woman who is from St. Helena Island off the Beaufort coast of South Carolina. A boating accident occurs out in the Atlantic Ocean in which Billie Barrett is washed ashore on Hunting Island, South Carolina. After medical attention is given to Billie he is taken in and cared for by a Gullah family living in St. Helena Island. It is in this household that he meets Bridgette Kamau who tends to him on a day to day basis. A connection is made between the two and Billie has a change of heart in his ignorance as he falls in love with her. You will read into it what you will and get out of it what you perceive.
Category: Fiction

Books In Print

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025888475
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

Books In Print Supplement

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105210120403
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

Siege As The World Dies Book Three

Author : Rhiannon Frater
ISBN : 9781429988216
Genre : Fiction
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Siege is the conclusion to Rhiannon Frater's As the World Dies trilogy, which should appeal to fans of The Walking Dead. Both The First Days and Fighting to Survive won the Dead Letter Award from Mail Order Zombie. The First Days was named one of the Best Zombie Books of the Decade by the Harrisburg Book Examiner. The zombie illness has shattered civilization. The survivors who have found tenuous safety in Texas defend their fort against the walking dead and living bandits. Katie has made peace with the death of her wife and is pregnant and married to Travis, who has been elected Mayor. Jenni, her stepson, Jason; and Juan—Travis's righthand man—are a happy family, though Jenni suffers from PTSD. Both women are deadly zombie killers. In Siege, the people of Ashley Oaks are stunned to discover that the vice president of the United States is alive and commanding the remnants of the US military. What's left of the US government has plans for this group of determined survivors. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Category: Fiction

Surviving Home

Author : A. American
ISBN : 9780698151864
Genre : Fiction
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Book 2 of The Survivalist Series No electricity. No running water. No food. No end in sight. If life as you knew it changed in an instant, would you be prepared? In A. American’s first novel, Going Home, readers were introduced to Morgan Carter, the resourceful, tough-as-nails survivalist who embarks on a treacherous 250-mile journey across Florida following the collapse of the nation’s power grid. Now reunited with his loving wife and daughters in this follow-up to Going Home, Morgan knows that their happiness is fleeting, as the worst is yet to come. Though for years Morgan has been diligently preparing for emergency situations, many of his neighbors are completely unready for life in this strange new world—and they’re starting to get restless. With the help of his closest companions, Morgan fights to keeps his home secure—only to discover shocking information about the state of the nation in the process. Fans of James Wesley Rawles, William R. Forstchen's One Second After, and The End by G. Michael Hopf will revel in A. American's apocalyptic tale.
Category: Fiction

Walking On Fire

Author : Beverly Bell
ISBN : 9780801469855
Genre : Social Science
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Haiti, long noted for poverty and repression, has a powerful and too-often-overlooked history of resistance. Women in Haiti have played a large role in changing the balance of political and social power, even as they have endured rampant and devastating state-sponsored violence, including torture, rape, abuse, illegal arrest, disappearance, and assassination. Beverly Bell, an activist and an expert on Haitian social movements, brings together thirty-eight oral histories from a diverse group of Haitian women. The interviewees include, for example, a former prime minister, an illiterate poet, a leading feminist theologian, and a vodou dancer. Defying victim status despite gender- and state-based repression, they tell how Haiti's poor and dispossessed women have fought for their personal and collective survival. The women's powerfully moving accounts of horror and heroism can best be characterized by the Creole word istwa, which means both "story" and "history." They combine theory with case studies concerning resistance, gender, and alternative models of power. Photographs of the women who have lived through Haiti's recent past accompany their words to further personalize the interviews in Walking on Fire.
Category: Social Science

Secrets Of The Survivors

Author : Mark L. Eastburn
ISBN : 9781469113920
Genre : Fiction
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Alex Hidalgos life has been rough, even though he has always tried to do whats right. When he bravely saves an injured lizard in the woods one day, his act of kindness leads the boy, his sister Katherine, and three other children on a journey across four continents in an epic battle against evil alien forces that are intent on conquering Earth. His allies in this struggle are a small group of intelligent reptiles known as the Survivors. Their greatest secret is that they have seen this extraterrestrial menace before. Chances of resisting the invasion are slim.
Category: Fiction

Black Sheep White Wolves

Author : Robert Lee Perry
ISBN : 9781456839895
Genre : Fiction
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This story was written to see your enemies eyes. Melvin was the typical black teen that was raised to dislike whites for his own personal reasons. He lived his life on the edge until he was forced into a world that he had never dreamed of, and now he must choose life over love of his enemies.
Category: Fiction

Surviving A House Full Of Whispers

Author : Sharon Wallace
ISBN : 9781932690903
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"This is the story of one girl's fear and battle to survive the emotional traumas and deprivation of her past. I can thoroughly recommend this book which will help anyone who is, or has, suffered abuse."--Lynda Bevan, author of "Life After Betrayal."
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Becoming My Mother S Daughter

Author : Erika Gottlieb
ISBN : 9781554586912
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Becoming My Mother’s Daughter: A Story of Survival and Renewal tells the story of three generations of a Jewish Hungarian family whose fate has been inextricably bound up with the turbulent history of Europe, from the First World War through the Holocaust and the communist takeover after World War II, to the family’s dramatic escape and emmigration to Canada. The emotional centre and narrative voice of the story belong to Eva, an artist, dreamer, and writer trying to work through her complex and deep relationship with her mother, whose portrait she cannot paint until she completes her journey through memory. The core of the book is Eva’s riveting recollection of the last months of World War II in Budapest, seen through a child’s eyes, and is reminiscent in its power of scenes in Joy Kogawa’s Obasan. Exploring the bond between generations of mothers and daughters, the book illustrates the struggle between the need for independence and the search for continuity, the significant impact of childhood on adult life, the reshaping of personality in immigration, the importance of dreams in making us face reality, and the redemptive power of memory. Illustrations by the author throughout the book, some in colour, enhance the story.
Category: Biography & Autobiography