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How To Look Good Using Food Stamps: Beautify Yourself with the Foods You Buy at the Market! By Miriam G. Aw
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This is a book about "Thinking-outside-of-the-Box" by taking advantage of what God has put forth unto us all to consume and use for both internal and external purposes that'll aid to... More > improve ourselves, feed our families, save money, and 'look good' in the process! There was a time when you used the words 'food stamps,' it was unjustly stereotypically associated with "poor," or low-income Blacks, Caucasians, and Hispanics, living in America. The truth of the matter is that today, in the 21st Century, the majority of Americans across all racial and many socioeconomic lines are qualified to receive Food Stamp Benefits due to: Businesses relocating to another state, or 'out-sourcing' to another country; foreclosed homes; millions of jobs are being lost; people who do not have, or cannot afford healthcare,from professionals to para-professionals to blue-collare to white-collar to no-collar persons, all of whom are feeling the economic pinch!< Less
How To Look Good Using Food Stamps: Beautify Yourself with the Foods You Buy at the Market! By Miriam G. Aw
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This is a book about "Thinking-outside-of-the-Box" by taking advantage of what God has put forth unto us all to consume and use for both internal and external purposes that'll aid to... More > improve ourselves, feed our families, save money, and 'look good' in the process! There was a time when you used the words 'food stamps,' it was unjustly stereotypically associated with "poor," or low-income Blacks, Caucasians, and Hispanics, living in America. The truth of the matter is that today, in the 21st Century, the majority of Americans across all racial and many socioeconomic lines are qualified to receive Food Stamp Benefits due to: Businesses relocating to another state, or 'out-sourcing' to another country; foreclosed homes; millions of jobs are being lost; people who do not have, or cannot afford healthcare,from professionals to para-professionals to blue-collare to white-collar to no-collar persons, all of whom are feeling the economic pinch!< Less
CASTLES IN THE SAND By TONY LAYTON
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Seen through the eyes of a young boy, John, we experience the highs and lows of growing up in war time Britain. Humour is a vital element to sustain people through traumas but a family can only take... More > so much.John befriends American soldiers who are billeted in the family's hotel.One of them is a Charlie, a black soldier from New York who was a jazz musician before the war. He helps John to face up to many of the problems the war is creating within his family.The soldiers have their own pressures to deal with as they wait for "D"Day and racism is one of them..Then there is the young German Jewish boy who is trying to come to terms with his own personal trauma.John tries to protect him from fascist elements amongst the bully boys but it's an uphill struggle. In contrast to the dark side of war we see how the human spirit can sour and rise above adversity. After the deepest dark night the dawn is always the brightest.The story is based on true events.< Less
The Wonderer: A Darby, Baird & Co. Novel By A. Reneé Olesiewicz
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Not all who Wonder are lost... It's 1941.The Big Apple's striking: a glossy, black & white silent film silhouette. The false bottom disguising Magical Society's hub at its core... Darby's just... More > met Robert Baird.He's an Escape Artist & Connoissuer of mechanisms.She's a Witch of Ruby Kindred royalty, with a Charm for song.Fate introduces her to his breathtaking streetmagic, against the storybook backdrop of Central Park.Now Darby's seeing things: magic in the everyday.Darby's the sort of magic Baird would hang up his hat for. But that heart on his sleeve's riddled with padlocks, and how. There's a trick to his reckless trade: Escapologists don't grow old. Especially with a Magician's Duel afoot- a dare of 12 impossible tasks, initiated by an anonymous rival.The Wonderer brews misdirection and intrigue in this Young Adult Historical Fantasy novel, invoking Baum's timeless American Fairytale notion: with a smidgeon of brains, heart, and gumption, we always hold the power. We just have to find it for ourselves.< Less
The Wonderer: A Darby, Baird & Co. Novel By A. Reneé Olesiewicz
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Not all who Wonder are lost... It's 1941.The Big Apple's striking: a glossy, black & white silent film silhouette. The false bottom disguising Magical Society's hub at its core... Darby's just... More > met Robert Baird.He's an Escape Artist & Connoissuer of mechanisms.She's a Witch of Ruby Kindred royalty, with a Charm for song.Fate introduces her to his breathtaking streetmagic, against the storybook backdrop of Central Park.Now Darby's seeing things: magic in the everyday.Darby's the sort of magic Baird would hang up his hat for. But that heart on his sleeve's riddled with padlocks, and how. There's a trick to his reckless trade: Escapologists don't grow old. Especially with a Magician's Duel afoot- a dare of 12 impossible tasks, initiated by an anonymous rival.The Wonderer brews misdirection and intrigue in this Young Adult Historical Fantasy novel, invoking Baum's timeless American Fairytale notion: with a smidgeon of brains, heart, and gumption, we always hold the power. We just have to find it for ourselves.< Less
The Wonderer: A Darby, Baird & Co. Novel By A. Reneé Olesiewicz
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Not all who Wonder are lost... It's 1941.The Big Apple's striking: a glossy, black & white silent film silhouette. The false bottom disguising Magical Society's hub at its core... Darby's just... More > met Robert Baird.He's an Escape Artist & Connoissuer of mechanisms.She's a Witch of Ruby Kindred royalty, with a Charm for song.Fate introduces her to his breathtaking streetmagic, against the storybook backdrop of Central Park.Now Darby's seeing things: magic in the everyday.Darby's the sort of magic Baird would hang up his hat for. But that heart on his sleeve's riddled with padlocks, and how. There's a trick to his reckless trade: Escapologists don't grow old. Especially with a Magician's Duel afoot- a dare of 12 impossible tasks, initiated by an anonymous rival.The Wonderer brews misdirection and intrigue in this Young Adult Historical Fantasy novel, invoking Baum's timeless American Fairytale notion: with a smidgeon of brains, heart, and gumption, we always hold the power. We just have to find it for ourselves.< Less
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Perpetual: Assassins By Brian Huey
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Pitted against the status quo, government, money, power—and pure evil, our hero, Matthew, and his enchanting and determined sidekick, Maria, fight to reclaim control over their future. On the... More > morning of 9/11, the FBI director interrogates Matthew’s enigmatic mentor, aka, Zebo. Our All-American savant is dead-set on finding the truth about people and events that have pursued him these past years, perhaps since birth. Every step proves to be more dangerous than the last. eace in the Maine North Woods is precious to Matthew and Maria as they prepare for a big move. Trouble converges on their haven in Cambridge. Can Matthew trust his highly-decorated Marine hero brother? Can he believe a fellow MIT genius with a dangerous secret of his own? Can Matthew avoid a stalker only known as Black Cap? Can he trust his friends? Can he trust anyone?< Less
Perpetual: Assassins By Brian Huey
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Pitted against the status quo, government, money, power—and pure evil, our hero, Matthew, and his enchanting and determined sidekick, Maria, fight to reclaim control over their future. On the... More > morning of 9/11, the FBI director interrogates Matthew’s enigmatic mentor, aka, Zebo. Our All-American savant is dead-set on finding the truth about people and events that have pursued him these past years, perhaps since birth. Every step proves to be more dangerous than the last. Peace in the Maine North Woods is precious to Matthew and Maria as they prepare for a big move. Trouble converges on their haven in Cambridge. Can Matthew trust his highly-decorated Marine hero brother? Can he believe a fellow MIT genius with a dangerous secret of his own? Can Matthew avoid a stalker only known as Black Cap? Can he trust his friends? Can he trust anyone?< Less
Twelve Years a Slave by Solomon Northup By Solomon Northup
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welve Years a Slave is an 1853 memoir and slave narrative by American Solomon Northup as told to and edited by David Wilson. Northup, a black man who was born free in New York state, details his... More > being tricked to go to Washington, D.C., where he was kidnapped and sold into slavery in the Deep South. He was in bondage for 12 years in Louisiana before he was able to secretly get information to friends and family in New York, who in turn secured his release with the aid of the state. Northup's account provides extensive details on the slave markets in Washington, D.C. and New Orleans, and describes at length cotton and sugar cultivation and slave treatment on major plantations in Louisiana. The work was published eight years before the Civil War by Derby & Miller of Auburn, New York, soon after Harriet Beecher Stowe's best-selling novel about slavery, Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852), to which it lent factual support. Northup's book, dedicated to Stowe, sold 30,000 copies, making it a bestseller in its own right< Less

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