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ABC's of Allowance By Linda West
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The Ultimate Allowance By Elisabeth Donati
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The Ultimate Allowance helps parents prepare their kids to live on their own successfully. It's the only book parents need to raise financially free adults. Simply stop spending money ON your kids... More > (cost of raising them, etc.) and run most of that money THROUGH them instead, giving them tons of practice before it really matters.< Less
The Ultimate Allowance By Elisabeth Donati
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The Ultimate Allowance helps parents prepare their kids to live on their own successfully. It's the only book parents need to raise financially free adults. Simply stop spending money ON your kids... More > (cost of raising them, etc.) and run most of that money THROUGH them instead, giving them tons of practice before it really matters.< Less
No Bully’s Allowed By Shirley Jackson
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Don't allow bullies in your life, they put their pants on one leg at a time just as you do, they're not better then you, they just live in fear.
No Bully’s Allowed By Shirley Jackson
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Don't allow bullies in your life, they put their pants on one leg at a time just as you do, they're not better then you, they just live in fear.
No Monsters Allowed By Alex Davis
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HORROR HAS A HUMAN FACE . . . In a world over-run with vampires, werewolves and zombies, No Monsters Allowed goes back to the very roots of horror – humanity itself. The vile acts of our... More > fellow men and women, the fears that hide in our own minds, the nightmares that inhabit our everyday lives . . . You'll find all this and more in this collection of 20 stories. Featuring stories from: ALLEN ASHLEY, KEITH BROOKE, JEFF GARDINER, STUART HUGHES, AMELIA MANGAN, GARY MCMAHON, ANNA TABORSKA, and many more...< Less
Thinking Allowed By David Painting, Catherine Sarjeant
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This is the book based on the first six months of the ‘Thinking Allowed’ blog. It assembles the posts into themed chapters with new introductions to each. As with the blog, the aim is to... More > raise debate on the nitty-gritty issues of faith. What do we believe about the big issues affecting society, how does our faith affect our daily lives, what is God really like. We like to think that the debate, whilst tackling important topics, can also be fun!< Less
Thinking Allowed By David Painting, Catherine Sarjeant
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This is the book based on the first six months of the ‘Thinking Allowed’ blog. It assembles the posts into themed chapters with new introductions to each. As with the blog, the aim is to... More > raise debate on the nitty-gritty issues of faith. What do we believe about the big issues affecting society, how does our faith affect our daily lives, what is God really like. We like to think that the debate, whilst tackling important topics, can also be fun!< Less
IF THE FATES ALLOW By Elmo Lincoln Astor
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This is the story of Orpheus and Eurydice with a new twist. They have dwelled in the underworld for more than 3,000 years. Now their afterlife depends on new scientific capabilities. The fate of the... More > Fates hangs in the balance as well.< Less
No Girls Allowed By Sharon Young
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This is the first book of a trilogy in which Angela Bishop takes up the lifelong ambition of her idealistic, over-achieving twin brother, who was killed in Vietnam. Throughout the story she wrestles... More > with an overwhelming sense of destiny as she struggles against an adversarial former lover, gets caught up in a Vietnam protest movement, falls in love with a draft dodger, and finally winds up on the national political scene. The central theme revolves around a young co-ed who suddenly finds herself required to deal with a high calling and the sacrifice it demands. Vietnam and politics are used as a framework to portray the heroin's struggle to become self-actualized, coming out from under the shadow of her brother. Written in the tradition of a carefully detailed plot, drawn out sparingly in a sensitive, internal monologue, the book expresses a sense of destiny that many people believe they have and who would enjoy reading about someone who begins to experience its fulfillment.< Less