"The story of the nanny named 'Chata'" is the first excerpt to be taken from Royal's sophomore novel and has earned him and The GC Press and Productions a review by the Guinness World... More > Records team. Hoochie Whorechata is the eccentric nanny of oddly frightening child "Isabella". Jens and his wife have just crossed paths with the woman and learned of her interesting life that lead her to Jitters Coffee House. Won't you find out too?< Less
One minute, Jamie was in the safety of his home, comfortably curled up in the old sitting chair. The next he had found himself wandering through a peculiar place with a talking black widow and a girl... More > whom knew how to fly concert grand pianos. While soaking in his surroundings and trying to understand just what was occurring, Jamie couldn’t help but feel it had everything to do with the strange stamp… This exciting story to be told once more in this special anniversary collectors edition. Buy it now before it's too late!< Less
A man named Jens dreams of being rich and famous. When he ducts into the eccentric coffee shop Jitters he finds a solution to his desires, but many issues come with it such as mistresses, sex, drugs... More > and the coffee shop's strange clientele. Each chapter plays on a controversial topic from the media of the last year, including child trafficking and teen suicide in the LGBT community.< Less
This is the latest Close Quarter Battle manual used by the Royal Marine Commandos of the United Kingdom.
Here you will learn the same techniques, lesson plans and drills as taught and used by the... More > some of the units of Britains most famed Special Forces soldiers.
Striking, Kicking, Locking, Releases, Throws, Conditioning Drills and much, much more.
Used on the Battlefield but perfect for the street, learn the best from the best!< Less
Celebrating The Seasons follows the seasons of Mother Earth. This wonderful treasury of stories enthuses children with the beauty of nature, engages them in creative activities and offers soul food... More > for the imagination.
Helen Royall describes vividly the ancient festivals of Samhaine, Imbolc, Beltaine and Lammas, each with fascinating stories, crafts, food and songs for us all to enjoy. She brings the ancient Goddesses alive, relating Rhiannon, Brigit, Demeter, Grainne, Pandora and Cerridwen to each season.
Topics include: - The Celtic Festivals and Seasons - The Goddesses - Nature tables and crafts for the seasons - Year round rituals and rites of passage - Nurturing health, self respect, creativity and spirituality.
Helen Royall is interested in many aspects of life. She celebrates each season to the full with her family, drawing on the enduring power of the old festivals for personal renewal and for caring for the earth.< Less