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Pacific Northwest Edible Plants

Pacific Northwest Edible Plants

Are you tired of filling your fridge with packaged products full of preservatives displayed on supermarket shelves? Start to live in harmony with the environment around you,return to following Mother Nature's rhythms and bring to your home table the tasty and...

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1942: The Year That Tried Men’s Souls

1942: The Year That Tried Men’s Souls

America’s first year in World War II, chronicled in this “page-turner” by the Pulitzer Prize–nominated author of Forrest Gump and The Generals (Publishers Weekly). On December 7, 1941, an unexpected attack on American territory pulled an unprepared country into a...

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Another 1001 One-Liners and Short Jokes

Another 1001 One-Liners and Short Jokes

Here it is! Another fabulous compilation of the funniest and best-loved one-liners and short jokes. Savour this second volume in this Ultimate Collection of One-Liners and Short Jokes. Another rip-roaring, hilarious bunch of gags. "I wanted to join Paranoids Anonymous...

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I Wish I Could Say I Was Sorry

I Wish I Could Say I Was Sorry

'A Child Called It meets Out Of Africa in this stunning memoir of a woman's 1950s childhood in Kenya. Filled with candid humor and insights, this authentic tale captures one woman's incredible coming-of-age journey.' BookBub Readers will shed a tear at her losses and...

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Blazing New Homeschool Trails

Blazing New Homeschool Trails

When you are homeschooling an older child or teen with developmental disabilities or who is on a path that does not include post-homeschool academia, it can be a confusing, isolating and uncertain journey. What are my teen’s strengths or unique gifts? What will my...

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Solving Cold Cases

Solving Cold Cases

From the more famous cases to the more obscure, the crimes and hardships that the victims had to suffer will send shivers down your spine. Notably detailing the disappearance of Chandra Levy to the multiple murders committed by Dennis Rader. You will find that this...

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A Spy’s Guide to Thinking

A Spy’s Guide to Thinking

There are a select few people who get things done. Spies are first among them. In a 45 minute read, a former spy introduces two simple tools for thinking. The first describes how we think. The second helps us think ahead. They are the essential tools for getting...

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The Reign of Wolf 21

The Reign of Wolf 21

The Druid Peak Pack was the most famous wolf pack in Yellowstone National Park, and maybe even in the world. This is the dramatic true story of its remarkable leader, Wolf 21—whose compassion and loyalty challenges commonly held beliefs about alpha males. In this...

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Marathon Man

Marathon Man

MARATHON MAN is an uplifting story of an extraordinary achievement – all the more inspiring given that the author was an inexperienced long-distance runner and only 20 when embarking on his mission to run 35 marathons in 35 consecutive days. Alan Corcoran’s response...

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The Art of the Text

The Art of the Text

Hi, my name is Zac Miller, and in my book "The Art of The Text" I go over everything when it comes to texting girls. When you are done reading this book, you will know the right words to text to girls and the right time to say them. Girls will feel a sense of urgency...

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Haunted Places

Haunted Places

There are certain buildings which can be unsettling, disturbing, and downright terrifying. Even in seemingly normal homes, the strange and mysterious can help to create a sense of unease and ill-feeling. But there are certain buildings which scream strangeness from...

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Parents, Are You Ready?

Parents, Are You Ready?

Parenting teens is scary, if not downright terrifying, but it can also be rewarding. What are the key steps you must take as a parent to make certain that you can bring forth the best in your teen? How can you help them discover their superpower? What steps can you...

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News Framing Effects

News Framing Effects

News Framing Effects is a guide to framing effects theory, one of the most prominent theories in media and communication science. Rooted in both psychology and sociology, framing effects theory describes the ability of news media to influence people’s attitudes and...

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Devilfish: The life & times of a poker legend

Devilfish: The life & times of a poker legend

This is the tale of Dave ‘Devilfish’ Ulliot, who went from Hull council estate, via crime, to become a hugely successful poker player. Ever wanted a seat at the table with the Devilfish? Well, here’s your chance … Devilfish: The Life and Times of a Poker Legend tells...

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Stumped

Stumped

Can you solve this riddle featured on the back cover of #Stumped? “I am a word that has three letters, but I’m actually six letters long, I’m used when thinking or trying to figure what may have gone wrong, here is a clue that may help you, four of my letters are the...

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How to Develop Your Personal Mission Statement

How to Develop Your Personal Mission Statement

This Personal Mission Statement kit will help you to: • Lead and govern your life according to your deepest priorities • Meet life’s day-to-day challenges by focusing on your long-term vision • Avoid diversions and distractions that don't contribute to your life’s...

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The Sherlock Holmes Handbook

The Sherlock Holmes Handbook

Learn the skills of the world’s most famous detective in this how-to guide for Sherlock enthusiasts and amateur sleuths—from the author of the Miss Peregrine books This reader’s companion to the casework of Sherlock Holmes explores the methodology of the world’s most...

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The Freemasons

The Freemasons

Who really rules the world?According to some people, a shadowy cabal of hidden men rule over the world governments from behind the scenes. These invisible puppets masters are tied into conspiracy theories across the world, taking in everything from the assassination...

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A Strange World: Lord Byron’s Story

A Strange World: Lord Byron’s Story

THE MAN, THE POET, THE LEGEND MULTIPLE-AWARDS-WINNING AUTHOR "A fascinating portrait of an enduring legend." -- BOOKLIFE PRIZE. -- " "His beauty drew every eye upon him when he entered a room. No picture is like him." -- Sir Walter Scott." At twenty-seven, Lady...

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Working Parent Stories

Working Parent Stories

Parents who are working and raising kids know that it isn't easy. In fact, it's often downright difficult. That's why we admire them. This collection of short stories helps parents understand that they can be committed to their kids and their careers and that the...

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Navigating the Road of Infertility

Navigating the Road of Infertility

Chrissie Kahan and Aaron Kahan flee to the beach after their latest fertility setback. The trials and tribulations they have undergone to become parents have worn them down. At the shore, they reflect on their harrowing journey and the harsh realities they faced....

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The Metaverse

The Metaverse

It's easy to imagine a meta-universe in one of its many manifestations. Still, it's hard to describe some realistic assumptions to recognize it as an Internet-like phenomenon, let alone think of it as its successor. So far, Metaverse is composed of a series of...

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What’s Your Mom Type?

What’s Your Mom Type?

In a world of social media comparisons, urgent to-do lists, and the endless pressure to be someone you're not, it's nearly impossible for a mom to know her true self. You can feel torn between what society says you should be and who you really are. You can feel lost...

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How to Lie with Charts

How to Lie with Charts

Don't blame the computers. People are running the show. PLEASE NOTE: Because of the complexity of graphics in this ebook, it is published as Kindle Textbook in Print Replica format. Its digital pages match the layout of the print edition. This ebook is text-searchable...

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The Puppet Masters

The Puppet Masters

'A powerful book… there should be a well-thumbed copy of this book on every general’s bedside table…' – The Spectator From France’s brilliant secret agent transvestite to the infamous Cambridge spy ring, The Puppet Masters offers an entertaining and thought-provoking...

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My War at Sea 1914–1916

My War at Sea 1914–1916

This book is based on the wartime recollections of Heathcoat S. Grant, the captain of the HMS Canopus between 1914–1916. It is published in conjunction with the War Letters 1914–1918 series and is based on a series of articles Grant wrote for the Naval Review in the...

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How to Be Your Own Hero

How to Be Your Own Hero

If you are a parent of a teen who is struggling, or you are a teen who is struggling, then keep reading. This book was written for you. How to Be Your Own Hero was written by request. The author is a mom and a teacher who works with teens every day. This book is the...

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The Reluctant Expat

The Reluctant Expat

THE RELUCTANT EXPAT is Alan Laycock’s light-hearted account of his transition to life in a new country. Alan has no desire to move to Spain, but his sister Cathy and brother-in-law Bernie are going regardless, so he decides to tag along. Despite his initial pessimism,...

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Oh, Nurse!

Oh, Nurse!

You think hospitals are full of calm competent professionals? You’re about to get a true behind-the-scenes look at exactly what it’s like to be a nurse. (And a male nurse, at that!) Oh, Nurse! is David Daniels’s first-hand account of his experiences as a nurse,...

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The Baby Manual

The Baby Manual

New babies are difficult. Don't you wish they came with a manual? Well, now there is one! Written by a pediatrician, The Baby Manual will help guide you through everything you actually need to know to take care of a baby. Inside this book, you will learn: - What is...

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You are My SignShine!

You are My SignShine!

Author Etel Leit is one of the foremost experts in the world on teaching parents sign language for babies and American Sign Language for kids. She has appeared on NBC Nightly News, KTLA Morning Show and teaches the Master’s program at USC. In You Are My SignShine,...

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Look at My Happy Rainbow

Look at My Happy Rainbow

What would a kindergartner write about me? Probably something like: Mr. Halpern is funny. He is handsome. He likes to laugh. I love Mr. Halpern. How can I top that? Who doesn't want to be funny, handsome, laugh all the time, and be loved by their students? What they...

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Solve It Yourself

Solve It Yourself

Want to help solve social problems like climate change, COVID-19 pandemics, and social media addiction? Here, a professor provides science-backed ways for you to take immediate action and make a difference. Our world is threatened by an overwhelming mix of challenges....

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