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Garlic Kisses
How do you enjoy the late years of your life? You give up your former life and become a farmer. What if you are also a writer who has published many short stories and novels? You write about not just your former life, but you write about your new life as well. After all, your life hasn't ended, your life has simply changed. Dramatically changed. Or has it? Garlic Kisses obviously has to be about garlic and about kisses. Kisses (here the writer steps in) being "a metaphor for love." Love past and... more info>>
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100 Rants on Why Men Are Pants
Men. It's pretty difficult to think of what use they could be put to. It's plain to see that they need assistance getting dressed and appear to be incapable of discerning the purpose of a toilet seat. From the fairer sex then comes this perfectly-formed little number with all the reasons Why Men Are Crap!
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101 Uses for the Royal Family
For all those willing to take a cheeky look at the Royals--101 practical uses for that otherwise useless family. Why not use the family as a table football team and the corgis as draught excluders?
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A Buckeye Christmas
Melissa has never been away from her farm home for Christmas. Newly married, she travels to Ohio with husband, Josh, to experience a Christmas unlike she has ever known and to meet his weird and wonderful family. She must decide what kind of a Christmas tradition she and Josh should start for their lives.
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A Child of My Own
The adoption of a baby is always special, but when that adoption comes as a special gift from God, both families know they are blessed. This is a true story of how love can build bridges and bring two families together to share in the blessed event of the birth of one special baby and keep these families close to share in the love and joy as she grows up.
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A Good Start in Life: Understanding Your Child's Brain and Behavior
"It was time for such a text to be published," writes Jerome Kagan of Harvard University in his foreword to A Good Start in Life, "and Elinore and Norbert Herschkowitz have performed this service for the parents of millions of infants who will be born this year." One of the world's leading pediatric neuroscientist-clinicians, Dr. Norbert Herschkowitz of Switzerland and his American-born wife, the educator-writer Elinore Chapman Herschkowitz, M.A., distill a lifetime studying infants and children... more info>>
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A Grandfather's Gift
Billy Benson, at age 9 in 1952, gets in trouble with the courts and finds himself "banished" to his grandfather's farm for the summer as his mother attends classes to better herself as Billy's father is institutionalized in a TB clinic with the responsibility of supporting her family, falls onto his mother's shoulders. Billy is captivated by the stories told him by his grandfather, especially those of his great grandfather's service in the Confederate Army. He was wounded in the trenches at Pet... more info>>
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A Light in the Darkness
In A Light in the Darkness, the inaugural anthology from the authors of WOCA, a dark world awaits you. Spanning centuries of time, encircling the globe, and running the gamut from eerie historical fiction to gritty urban fantasy to page-scorching erotic romance, these authors unflinchingly dissect the horror of child abuse in all its forms. These authors have taken great pains to ensure the innocent are assured justice and the guilty pay for their crimes in the unique fantasy worlds they have cr... more info>>
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Autism Solutions: How to Create a Healthy and Meaningful Life for Your Child
For twenty years Dr. Ricki Robinson has been providing hope and help for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Her integrative, strengths-based approach to treatment includes a thorough evaluation of your child's medical, developmental, social, emotional, behavioral and educational issues to find the solutions that maximize your child's health and well-being.Autism Solutions gives parents a greater understanding of their child's unique learning, sensory and medical profile. Recognizing that n... more info>>
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Baby Tips for Dads
Congratulations! The nine-month wait is over, your son or daughter is in your arms ... but what happens now? Help is at hand in this nifty book that provides quick and quirky advice on everything from nappies to night-time nibbles. Whether you are a new dad or the seasoned father of a lively horde, make this little book the latest addition to your household.
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Baby Tips for Mums
So you've served your nine months, been through the pains and stresses of the birth itself, produced this lovely baby? surely it's time you had a wellearned rest? Just when you're at your most knackered, you have to deal with a whole lot of burping, whining and tantrums--and that's just from your partner! This handy book by the author of Baby Tips for Dads is full of helpful advice on how to deal with your growing family, and still manage to get some time to yourself.
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Barriers
On one of Florida's barrier islands, where physical therapist Marya Pierson and her sister Penelope have just inherited their parents' condominium, Marya is determined to honor her father's final requests. He had asked her to find and destroy a mysterious something he believed would devastate Penelope, and he wanted Marya to make sure Penelope's new fiance wasn't merely after her money. Marya finds Drew, Penelope's fiance, annoying but disturbingly attractive. But she must see him often, since... more info>>
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Brief Encounters: The Women's Guide to Casual Sex
You don't need to be in a relationship to have sex and this ultimate guide to no-strings sex ensures that single doesn't have to mean celibate.
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Butterfly Spring
Hundreds of butterflies invade Flytown in the spring. Is it from a mild winter or a blessing from God?
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Childfree and Loving It!
Childfree and Loving It! is a broad and definitive exploration of non-parenthood, challenging the myths of parenthood and boldly proclaiming the joys of a childfree life. 'The responsibility of parenthood is overwhelming and incredibly stressful. And it's for life. Don't give up a pleasant life for a life of unpaid drudgery. Your standard of living drastically declines, and the kids take off as soon as they can, without a backward glance.'--Shirley Conran
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Circleforks
Meet Middle, the voice of Circleforks, a layered rarity of a woman who determined that she couldn't be that unique, and decided to unfold herself by pasting the naked-nonfiction of her life against self-preservation. Watch her weave through a world of quirky, unrefined, troubling, and hilarious characters with metaphorical labels as she diagnoses and defines what she coins the 'Middle Disease.' Circleforks turns self-motivation inside out and uncovers the ticking within; a sort of edgy inspirati... more info>>
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Creative Divorce
opportunities for personal growth to those struggling to recognize and renew their individuality. Creative Divorce draws parallels between the relationship and the life cycle, in order to help men and women cope during their period of mourning and find a new life after the death of their old one. Krantzler addresses the myriad of emotions that the divorce crisis stirs up in both men and women such as guilt, rejection, loneliness and anger, and teaches how to allow divorce to be the catalyst for ... more info>>
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Crush
Readers will fall head over heels for this nostalgic and irreverent collection.Twenty-six bestselling authors return to the teenage bedrooms, school hallways and college dorms of their youth to share passionate essays of love lost and found and lessons learned along the way. Whether heartbreaking or hilarious, their soul-baring honesty reminds us to keep reaching for true love wherever we can find it and for as long as it takes. Their intimate reflections will fascinate and move any reader who r... more info>>
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Divorce
This eBook covers some of recovery subjects after a divorce. Areas discussed: Guide to Survive a divorce, rebuilding your life and self-esteem and regaining happiness.
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Family
Emily Thompson is your average teenager. She goes to school, has friends, and enjoys spending time with her family. The one thing that makes her different is her definition of family. To her, family means loving and accepting those around her. The fact that her dad is gay doesn't make him any less of a father --- he is the same as other dads, with the exception of who he loves. Her family may not be traditional, but it's hers.
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First-Time Mom: Getting Off on the Right Foot-From Birth to First Grade
If you feel nervous about this new role of parenthood (and who wouldn't?), Dr. Kevin Leman will put you at ease. While affirming your joy, wonder, and fear, First-Time Mom prepares you for this influential task by sharing the essentials of child-raising,
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Good Enough Is the New Perfect
We're the generation destined to have it all great job, perfect family and time to enjoy both. But between conference calls and soccer practices, do you feel like you've lost track of what really makes you happy? Are you finding out that you can't do everything?The truth is that you can have it all. The secret is creating an "all" that you love.Join a new wave of mothers who are learning to let go of the little things and focus on what they really want out of their career, family and life. Throu... more info>>
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How Happy Is Your Love Life?: 50 Great Tips to Help You Attract and Keep Your Perfect Partner
Change your love life...for the happier.With these 50 tips, it's easier than ever to find-and keep-your life partner. Discover: How to attract a date-anywhere and anytime. How to handle Valentine's Day and the holidays while single. The 7 essential questions you need to ask your date. How to know when you've met "the one."Take charge of your happiness, one tip at a time.
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How to Hug a Porcupine : Negotiating the Prickly Points of the Tween Years
Is your 10- to 14- year-old getting an attitude, rolling their eyes, or slamming doors? Here are painless solutions to surviving the prickly tween years. The middle school years can be a minefield for you and your kids. This hands-on communication guide by a qualified "tween negotiator" shows you exactly how to talk to your kids about peer pressure, raging hormones, mood swings, body image, computer "addiction," sibling rivalry, and other prickly issues. Theauthor's field-tested techniques help... more info>>
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How to Juggle Women without Getting Killed or Going Broke
You're a stud with a busy schedule, you've got lovely Linda, sassy Sue and tantalizing Tina all demanding that you show them some TLC, but how can you choose which lucky lady deserves your manly presence? Men, you don't have to. How to Juggle Women Without Getting Killed or Going Broke is the essential dating guide for guys who refuse to settle for the monotony of having just one girlfriend. Having problems meeting girls, making your money stretch to meet all their demands or scheduling your lif... more info>>
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