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Kids Can Cook Too! By Lori Plegge
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Put down your cell phones, take your child by the hand and lead them into a new world they will enjoy for the rest of their lives, the kitchen. Did you know that children as young as 3 years old can... More > help you toss, sprinkle, squirt, and add ingredients to your favorite recipes? Well they can and inside this cookbook, you will find over 140 recipes you and your child can make together. They were created for children ages 3-16. There are fun Kid’s recipes like: Eye Monster Cookies, Painted Toast and Teddy Bear Sundaes. You will also find the adult old-time favorites such as: Creamy Chicken Enchilada, Hamburger Soup and Slow Cooker Pulled Pork. Giving a child their 1st cookbook at the age of 3 is something they will cherish for the rest of their lives. I know because I received my 1st cookbook when I was 5 and I still have it to this day. Here’s to you and your children making a lot of new found, life long, family memories they will cherish for the rest of their lives.< Less
TELL ME WHAT YOU FEEL By Frantzline Tingue
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"Tell me what you feel" by: Frantzline Tingue is a book intended to help young children learn how to properly express their emotions to their parent/guardian. It helps them to understand... More > how precious life is, how precious they are and how they should talk out what they feel instead of crying. So if a child ever needs help feeling happy and getting rid of their not-so-good emotions, they can go to their Mom, Dad or any adult and explain what they feel and parent/guardian can help them. That way the bad feelings don't last so long and life can be full of nothing but love and happiness for parent and child. Read "Tell me what you feel" by: Frantzline Tingue to your baby, toddler or school age child at bed time or during a temper tantrum. Read it as many times as you like and be there for the child and he/she will soon learn how to tell you what they feel.< Less
Teen Girl Fights By Kelcey Coe
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This is No Ordinary School Day! Welcome to Warrior High where the motto is "Fight Like a Girl." But this is no alternative school or after-school program for at-risk youth; this is a... More > private modeling academy preparing teen girls on how to become successful models when they become adults. One method is for them to learn the brutalities of competition in the school's Friday Fights. As the school faces financial trouble, both the prom queen, hell-bent on being the best and only of her class to graduate, along with the principal hatch a sinister plot to make that happen - by hosting a teen girl fight club from Hell where high school girls kill each other inside a brutal cage, all while being wagered against and broadcast all over the dark web to a wealthy clientele, including their own parents! Who Says High School Isn't Brutal? Here it's not the best years of these young girls' lives, it's their final years and only one girl will walk at graduation.< Less
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My Savior is the Masses: Dancing along the Path to Justice By Joy Prim
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In 2011, I was selected as a Mission Intern, through the Young Adult Missionary Program (now Generation Transformation) of the General Board of Global Ministries of the United States. I was... More > assigned internationally to serve in Hong Kong working with an NGO serving migrant women domestic helpers from around Southeast Asia, majority from Philippines and Indonesia and also including Nepal, Thailand, and Sri Lanka. For my domestic placement, I was assigned to Long Beach, California to serve with an NGO friend of my International placement. After finishing my official missionary assignment, together with my community we made an intentional decision for me to stay on as part of our collective community in our organizing. Join me through my blog that I began initially as a way to document my experiences as a missionary and has continued as I’ve followed Jesus to the margins of our communities beyond a mission placement and into a calling for my life. I invite you to join me on the journey.< Less
Mail Order Brides: A Well Punished Wife By Emma Andersen
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Logan Millard had two children and no wife. Although Logan was ruled by dark desires that no woman could understand, let alone satisfy, he was desperate for a woman to mother his children and fulfill... More > all the domestic duties around the house. Logan was certain a mail-order bride was the perfect choice. When Carolyn stepped off the train in Crandon, Montana, Logan found himself in a world of trouble. Not only was his mail-order bride young and beautiful, but she was igniting the dark desires that he had tried desperately to keep hidden. Carolyn finds her work on Logan’s ranch much harder than she anticipated and ends up bent over and being punished frequently by the man she married. When Logan starts to realize that Carolyn is not the woman she portrayed in her letters, Carolyn fears her new husband will figure out the truth. Can Carolyn keep her past hidden from Logan? Will Logan be able to trust his wife, knowing she is lying to him? This book is intended for adults only.< Less
deez- commentary56 By Michael House
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I didn't want to leave for the beach house. Then I didn't want to leave the beach house after I got to it. We were Indiatlantic. Before that, we lived in Hulk Hogan's county, very close to the road... More > his son wrecked on. We had a haunted house. People-- spirits-- congregated at night. Curious in-depth examination, I studied spirits. I found they like running water. The pond cross the street had a fountain. I started understanding the rattling dishes & scraping chairs. As a kid, that'd terrified me. But it made me too curious to feel fright. In my Bible study, I had a former pro football player & Olympian. I had “To See A Brother's Blood” published. It was a young adults class. A few of my 219 ejectors rejected me. Then I was called to another church. A few more of my 219 rejections occurred. My preacher was a college wrestler. He knew my prior Olympian. Then I was called to my ministry where nobody rejected me. When I was at 27, God had told me not to date a reject.< Less
Explore Transportation By Marylou Morano Kjelle
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Explore Transportation! 25 Great Projects, Activities, Experiments travels on an adventure through time and around the globe to learn about the history and science of transportation. From camels to... More > jet engines and pigeons to submarines, young readers will explore the unusual and exciting ways that civilizations old and new have moved people, information, and objects from place to place. The 25 easy-to-follow projects require minimal adult supervision and use primarily common household products and recycled supplies. Kids will have so much fun with Explore Transportation! they won’t even realize they’re learning about history, science, math, culture, and geography along the way. Projects range from making a homemade compass and flying a miniparachute, to deciphering Morse code and locating the North Star. Exploring the evolution of the simple wheel all the way to the sophisticated and complex spaceship, kids will discover that imagination has the power to create huge changes in our world.< Less
New Zealand Born - A Discriminating View By Christopher Mark Piper
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This sequel to "NZ-Born Vol.1 (A Catholic Perspective)" includes many poems cut from that original-work, deemed too-contentious or highly-philosophical in nature. Ironically, this included... More > the title-poem "New-Zealand Born" itself. Thence; evolved the theme for Vol.2 - "A Discriminating View", which is intended to be ameliorative of truth in society! The opening chapter launches immediately into Education, as a revolutionary-tool employed by radicals to dumb-down and desensitize generations of young-adults, as it stands in Aotearoa-NZ and the world in general today. The object of the work became ultimately counter-revolutionary: the nature of simple sonnet treatises being such, that entire lessons or apologetic-summaries are able to be taught and discerned in a but a few telling words - This is the great power of (real) poetry: it can operate at many-levels, and is able to communicate much more than short (or even lengthy) discourses are able. This book's controversial-nature invites criticism!< Less