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Although golden retriever Lily provided the usual puppy mischief, she never pushed on a door or dragged the author, who suffered from Lyme disease. She breezed through obedience and agility training, and passed her Canine Good Citizen test. She also passed the Therapy Dog International certification test with flying colors. Knowing how much Lily had helped her own recovery, the author decided to share her experience with others, beginning Lily’s ministry as a therapy dog. - October 08, 2010
This book is a love letter to the small neighborhood on the outskirts of Peekskill, a neighborhood full of true salt-of-the-earth, blue collar types going about the business of living. The story focuses on Genner, a man making ends meet as a bartender and part-time mechanic. Genner, an avid outdoorsman and a respected member of the community, loves his life in Dogtown, but he is pulled away by promise of higher wages and eventually by the promise of romance with the lovely Antoinette. - October 08, 2010
Struggling to overcome the post-traumatic effects as a veteran of the Vietnam War and find meaning in life, Ezekiel turns to a charismatic spiritual master. But spiritual enlightenment and peace prove elusive after devoting a year to the task, so he abandons his home in his mentor’s ashram to begin a quest on his own, leaving behind his wife and son. This also is the story of Ezekiel's son, who begins a quest of his own: to reunite his parents. - October 08, 2010
Deciding to quit drinking is an important step for those who abuse alcohol. This book is a powerful tool for anyone who wants to gain sobriety on his own and pursue “a forward-going approach to recovery and to become excited, rather than depressed, about life without alcohol,” the author... - October 08, 2010
People make all kinds of decisions every day of their lives, whether it’s what they should have for lunch or what kind of care they should arrange for an aging parent. Everyone’s decision-making process is different, driven by his experience in understanding, relationships and God. This engaging... - October 08, 2010
This clever tale is another perceptive look into the wonderful and fascinating world of private clubs. Board of Directors President Clive Ogive and waitress-extraordinaire Esther team up again, this time to solve a gruesome murder at one of the world’s most private clubs – the Old Bunbury... - October 08, 2010
Afghanistan has been under siege for more than three decades; all the Afghan people have suffered as Russian, British, Taliban and U.S. military forces fought over the fate of the country, but the women of Afghanistan have been particularly wronged. Alia Rawi Akbar is uniquely suited to discuss the issues... - October 08, 2010
Buying a home is a big responsibility, and navigating the process takes patience and know-how. The author, a Realtor, writes that buying a home “can be like break-dancing in a minefield – one wrong move, and the whole thing can blow up in your face.” First-time homebuyers can turn to... - October 08, 2010
For more than 15 years, Amer Chaudri has spent his professional life working in international finance. He offers a fascinating history of his previous employer, Citibank, as well as an objective assessment of their actions, past and present. Diatribe explores the financial world from the inside, using layman’s language and easy-to-understand explanations to make the current economic crises more readable. - October 08, 2010
This fun-filled, often hilarious, puzzle book all about the 38 plays of William Shakespeare is the first of its kind. Jam-packed with criss-crosswords, anagrams, word scrambles, cryptograms, acrostics, word clouds, challenges, mazes, trivia challenges, word searches, jigsaws, Tom Swifties, rebuses, and... - October 08, 2010
A pre-teen with paranormal powers, including the ability to see and talk to ghosts, provides the heart of this tale set around All Hallows Eve. Jake Eden feels like something is missing, and sadness and anxiety haunt him, despite his seven lifelong friends. In a dream, the young man encounters his dead... - October 08, 2010
Imagine a walk down memory lane that’s more like a tornado twisting through the landscape, and you’ll have an inkling of the author’s humor in this refreshing memoir. Farley grew up in a small rural town he likened to a “geographic Petri dish that produced about 150 of the most... - October 08, 2010
Andre S. Taylor's fearless study of the various types of characters, both positive and negative, found in any modern congregation will make readers closely examine the contents of their own hearts as well as the hearts of their friends and neighbors. According to Taylor, there are at least four types found in any church: the First Family, the Church Entertainers, the Meek and Humble, and the False Teachers. These basic genotypes make up the mix of the saved and the lost in a congregation. - October 08, 2010
Diane Morrin’s clients come to her seeking relief—relief from anxiety, mental and physical pain, depression, anger, addiction, difficult relationships, or any number of other common problems. When traditional talk therapy is unsuccessful, she encourages her clients to try regression therapy. This non-traditional method walks hypnotized clients through their past lives, allowing them to see patterns and problems from former lives that are keeping them from realizing their present potential. - October 06, 2010
"This book is intended for the reader to gain a better understanding of the reality of God and the power of thought through a critical analysis of science and mathematics embedded within the nature of the universe," the author writes. Thus begins Allan R. Fuller’s in-depth rumination on thinking and theology, mathematics and parapsychology, truth and knowledge. Fuller tackles the broad topics of the Supreme Creator as well as the mathematical elements present in theology. - October 06, 2010
This book describes the author’s relationship with his grandson Aaron, who from an early age would climb onto Pop-Pop’s lap to read with him. Starting with picture books, the pair work up year after year through fairy tales, storybooks and “big people” magazines. Armed with glasses for Pop-Pop, they flip on the reading light, tilt back their “magic chair” and are off to a world filled with jungle animals, the desert, the ocean, working trains and outer space. - October 06, 2010
"Mrs. Pinkelmeyer and Moopus McGlinden Burn the Rrrrump Rrrroast" can help any child whose parents are going away, whether on a short trip or just for a few hours. Illustrations by Michael Swaim bring to life this kind-hearted English lady and her silly dog. - September 25, 2010
Motorcycles have long been the definition of “cool.” Animals who ride motorcycles are no exception. This second book in a series of books on motorcycle-riding animals expands on the author’s first book, which introduced cartoon animals on cool motorcycles to show children and adults... - September 25, 2010
This is the story of Cissy (Jo), the youngest daughter of second-generation Europeans, who grew up in the paradise for kids that was Hawaii in the 1930s. She and her two sisters lived on the Waialua Sugar Plantation on the island of Oahu, enjoying an idyllic lifestyle until the bombing of Pearl Harbor... - September 24, 2010
“Have you ever wanted to have someone just tell you what you needed to know?” Thus begins David Sharpton’s heartfelt guide for young men everywhere. The chapters that follow discuss everything from basic hygiene, finances, and housekeeping to love, sex and marriage. Simple advice, simply... - September 24, 2010
Learn what life is like for a young marine separated from family and friends first during the Great Depression and then during World War II. Cpl. Buel Wesley Bray, the author’s brother, served as a Marine during that war and wrote more than 60 letters to Bobbie Waren, a young woman whose sister... - September 24, 2010
Jack Cheezare is a down-on-his-luck lyricist looking for a way to make cash. His roommate and writing partner, Jack Bovier, is a blue-blood with regular cash infusions from his parents, but he wants to prove he's a songwriter. After two years of shopping around the musical, Jack decides to pitch it to an adult movie producer. Jack wants to create the world’s first musical porn movie. Surprisingly, the producer is on board. Jack just needs to convince his partner it's their chance for fame. - September 23, 2010
Managing one’s health is an important aspect of modern life. A growing number of people live into their 80s, 90s or even 100 by staying well. This guide to medical knowledge provides health recommendations that have been shown to work, derived from medical information validated by scientific studies as well as the opinion of medical experts. - September 23, 2010
Pam Powers has taken the book of Genesis and presented a new view of Creationism—one based upon the dimensions of the universe, such as relativity and quantum physics. Powers bases this theory on in-depth study of the scripture and a deep, spiritual relationship with the word of God. Based on her own years of studying the bible and a Danish theologian's book The Sickness Unto Death, the author draws powerful conclusions about the theory of creation and the nature of sin and humanity. - September 22, 2010
When your life is a two-edged sword, you learn to tread carefully or to live with the consequences. This gritty, first-hand account tells what it was like to be black and work as an undercover agent for the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (now the DEA) and U.S. Secret Service during the civil rights movement... - September 12, 2010
What’s a cat to do when his owner names him after the captain of a hockey team? Stevie Y is about to find out. Although he’s got some natural talent, Stevie must practice hard to learn how to play. Luckily, he’s got a sister, Gracie, a born athlete, and some friends, Stumpy, Sergei,... - September 12, 2010
Soul-stirring poetry, prose, affirmations and captivating images explore the “transforming power of art, the healing wisdom of nature and the beauty of our common humanity.” This collection sheds light on passion, the human experience and the power of dreams that inspire truth and hope in... - September 12, 2010
Arsenal Technical High School helped shape a generation of students – as well as teachers and administrators – who came through its doors from the early 1950s to 1985. The author, who worked 33 years as a teacher, administrator and counselor with the Indianapolis Public School System, spent... - September 12, 2010
Every year, thousands of lives are lost due to automobile accidents—mostly due to carelessness or inattention on the part of the drivers. Author Morad A. Zad hopes to help the average driver become more attentive and more cautious with his new book, The Untold Rules of Driving. This book provides... - September 12, 2010
In this novel, a Washington Post reporter discovers a horrific secret regarding a critical peace agreement between the former Soviet Union and the United States – the side with the ultimate trump card is cheating. Russia has created a dangerous network of secret agents operating on U.S. soil, posing as American civilians. The Invisible Enemy: Black Fox gives readers a ringside seat to this tale of political intrigue and how Russian spies might be operating today. - September 10, 2010
Granddad George, his furry dog Marty, and three fun grandchildren go on an adventure they’ll never forget as they travel through time to learn the truth and importance of how the United States was formed. Little do they know that instead of spending a few boring days at their grandfather’s... - August 28, 2010
“When, in the height, the gods, as dynamic planets, had not yet been brought out…” Thus begins James Hansen’s vivid re-imagining of the Book of Genesis. Personified planets are brought forth as if born into a family, and their trials and travails eventually bring about the solar system. A dwarf star joins them and transforms into a planet supporting highly-advanced humanoids—the gods—who created safe havens and fertile ground on Earth, as well as humanity. - August 28, 2010
Lauren Bergman is a pathologist by day, but she longs to be a rock star. Specifically, she wants to produce a CD of her own original songs. Her quest to make her dream come true introduces her to the wild world of musicians—the insanely expensive and ridiculously user-unfriendly music software, the imperious teachers, the crazy session players, and the intimidating virtuosos. Once she finishes it, she must decide if it's worth the cost to her pocketbook and psyche. - August 28, 2010
Troubled 12-year-old Danny and his 8-year-old brother Matt find three crystals with mysterious powers during an archaeological dig in Peru with their anthropologist grandfather. As the boys try to elude a sinister enemy who wants the stones for himself, they travel to a parallel world and get help from... - August 28, 2010
In a not-too-distant future, technology promises to solve any problem. Sentient robots, known as dolls, cook our food, clean our homes, watch our children, and provide companionship–but some have another function. They train as secret agents to keep the public safe. However, most people don’t know the dolls have a secret: Each comes from a human mind, bought and sold on the black market. Rebecca, a doll, performs dangerous tasks for the shadowy organization that employs her. This is her story. - August 28, 2010
The U.S. educational system is failing gifted children in small towns across the United States, according to this book, which provides a solution to this crisis in learning. Gifted education receives almost no federal and state funding. In fact, the 378,000 gifted children in rural public schools often... - August 28, 2010
Some people may think about what they’ll miss when they pass away, such as loved ones, watching their favorite teams compete, pushing their body to the limit or eating a delicious plate of pasta. But how many people have considered things they will not miss once they are gone? In 6001 Things You... - August 25, 2010
Frank Lindsay’s story begins like that of any other man but takes a sharp turn into struggle with addiction and an unfortunate incident that eventually begins to take over his life even as he works his way to overcome the fallout and find Grace —moving from head to heart, and giving without expectation of return. This is the story of the choices he makes and the startling consequences of those choices, shifting awareness of what is most important from "me" to "we." - August 23, 2010
Although J Mac loves basketball and hanging out with friends, it’s his title, Freestyle King, that causes fellow students and other people in his small town to make fun of him. This confident youngster decides his passion for musical rhymes is worth making a stand to prove to himself – and... - August 19, 2010
In Rio Sonora, the author's action-packed adventure brings Arizona Territory’s colorful past to life with genuine characters, suspense and intriguing plot twists. Captain Wheeler of the Arizona Rangers sends one of his best men to work with the Mexican Rurales after he learns that a rancher’s wife and daughter have been kidnapped and taken to Mexico. The Arizona Rangers, a company of tough men, ride against the violent men who take their toll on the Arizona Territory in the early 20th century. - August 19, 2010
When a young writer and film history buff suddenly finds himself living in the shadowy edges of Hollywood, his imagination goes into overdrive. The city has the power to show him ghosts and famous phantoms of past films, as well as manipulate time and space. Although Kees Madden is fascinated with this... - August 19, 2010
This book is a call for us to heighten our remembrance and appreciation for the nation’s holidays and Christina holy days – to go beyond how we normally celebrate these occasions. Although holidays refresh us for our work lives, they play a bigger role in our lives “when they allow... - August 19, 2010
Explore the waterways of North Carolina by canoe or kayak, discovering the wonders of this historic state, once home to Edward Teach (better known as the pirate Blackbeard), Daniel Boone, Fort San Juan, the Lost Colony and the Cherokee. This guidebook focuses on family oriented wilderness experiences,... - August 19, 2010
At the heart of this book is the author’s belief that mastering the culture gives power “to control the meaning of reality.” The U.S. culture makes some groups feel superior and others inferior, knocking minorities – particularly African-Americans – out of the competition,... - August 14, 2010
Author Robert Lynch is proud to announce the release of his memoir, A Letter Marked Free. Bob narrates the story of his years in WWII in the U.S. Army through original letters home to his family that have been condensed and blended together with official army records as they relate to various 3rd Infantry Division campaigns in Europe. - August 14, 2010
The book opens as Jamython Harker is viciously raped and assaulted one night while coming home from a lesbian club. Left for dead, she’s found by a mysterious stranger who says Jamython is her daughter. When she finally awakens, she is astonished to learn that not only did her mother know her rescuer, but it is Count Dracula, who has the ability to shift gender at will. - August 14, 2010
Prince Jappath of Dore is young, brave, and looking for adventure when he finds himself lost in the forest outside of his father’s kingdom. After what feels like a few weeks, Jappath wakes to find that 10 years have passed, and his homeland is in danger. He struggles to piece together his memories... - August 14, 2010
Once readers meet Olga, they won’t be able to forget her story of survival during the Japanese occupation of Manila in World War II. She was born to Angel and Maria Zervoulakos in 1928, the only girl amidst eight older brothers. Olga’s true tale begins when she was 13, the day she outran... - August 06, 2010
Black Geisha, published by Dog Ear Publishing, is a novel based on a true story about one girl's sexual journey. As Julie runs into one setback after another, she realizes she may be in over her head, and this lifestyle isn’t working. As her world begins to collapse, will Julie be able to escape the madness and find the peace she seeks? Through her eyes, readers will experience love and loss and the ability to survive life’s roller coaster ride. - August 06, 2010
It’s Universal Year 2853, and a ship with a crew of thousands has just crashed on Philo, a small, uninhabited planet with scant resources at the outer edge of the galaxy. The explorers can’t make contact with anyone or take off from the planet’s surface, so they become settlers. Their... - August 06, 2010
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