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The Carpet Book By Jonathon Tyson
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Long ago, when the choices of carpet were limited to basic beige, the designers tended to treat it more often than not as a neutral background for rooms. These days, with numerous patterns, textures,... More > and colors to choose from, the carpet is quickly emerging as the focal point in many interior designs. I wrote this book for anyone that wants to learn about carpet and rugs, from laying them yourself and the materials needed to the history behind all the different types of carpet.< Less
RED CARPET By Boris Konshin
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RED CARPET By Boris Konshin
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The Phoenix and the Carpet By E. Nesbit
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The Phoenix and the Carpet is a fantasy novel for children, written in 1904 by E. Nesbit. It is the second in a trilogy of novels that began with Five Children and It (1902), and follows the... More > adventures of the same five protagonists – Cyril, Anthea, Robert, Jane and the Lamb. Their mother buys the children a new carpet to replace the one from the nursery that was destroyed in an accidental fire. The children find an egg in the carpet which hatches into a talking Phoenix. The Phoenix explains that the carpet is a magical one that will grant them three wishes per day. The five children go on many adventures which eventually wears out their magical carpet. The adventures of the children are continued and conclude in the third book of the trilogy, The Story of the Amulet (1906).< Less
The Phoenix and the Carpet By E. Nesbit
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The Phoenix and the Carpet is a fantasy novel for children, written in 1904 by E. Nesbit. It is the second in a trilogy of novels that began with Five Children and It (1902), and follows the... More > adventures of the same five protagonists – Cyril, Anthea, Robert, Jane and the Lamb. Their mother buys the children a new carpet to replace the one from the nursery that was destroyed in an accidental fire. The children find an egg in the carpet which hatches into a talking Phoenix. The Phoenix explains that the carpet is a magical one that will grant them three wishes per day. The five children go on many adventures which eventually wears out their magical carpet. The adventures of the children are continued and conclude in the third book of the trilogy, The Story of the Amulet (1906).< Less
Vegas Carpets By Star RM
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Everything in Las Vegas is designed to stimulate, astonish and entertain. Same goes for the carpet. This book documents the countless patterns that can be found in casinos from Ballys to the Bellagio... More > and beyond.< Less
The Carpenter's Carpet By Ian D. K. Kelly
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THE STORIES in “The Carpenter’s Carpet” are all teaching stories from old traditions and religions. The three Krishna stories about God’s hidden power & personal contact... More > (“Birthday Party”, “A Pot of Butter” and “Swimming”) come from Hinduism. There are Sufi teaching tales too, showing how the mind can move faster than all things and yet be deflected by inattention (“The Woodcutter’s Horse”, “The Carpenter’s Carpet”, “The Kurd’s Camel” and “Think Ahead”). The story of Noah is from the Old Testament, and “Yellow Coat” and “Sparrows” are from the Apocryphal New Testament. “Diamond Cut Diamond” is a Sikh tale from Bengal. Pay attention and dream; think far and look near; remember that love is the most powerful weapon of all. Smile – and perhaps you will find another Woodcutter’s way of moving between worlds.< Less
The Carpenter's Carpet By Ian D. K. Kelly
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THE STORIES in “The Carpenter’s Carpet” are all teaching stories from old traditions and religions. The three Krishna stories about God’s hidden power & personal contact... More > (“Birthday Party”, “A Pot of Butter” and “Swimming”) come from Hinduism. There are Sufi teaching tales too, showing how the mind can move faster than all things and yet be deflected by inattention (“The Woodcutter’s Horse”, “The Carpenter’s Carpet”, “The Kurd’s Camel” and “Think Ahead”). The story of Noah is from the Old Testament, and “Yellow Coat” and “Sparrows” are from the Apocryphal New Testament. “Diamond Cut Diamond” is a Sikh tale from Bengal. Pay attention and dream; think far and look near; remember that love is the most powerful weapon of all. Smile – and perhaps you will find another Woodcutter’s way of moving between worlds.< Less
Magic Carpet By Wes Boyd
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Push that button, and your life will change forever! Jennlynn Swift is a college student who's down on her luck after her parents threw her out. She sees only one hope of being able to pay for... More > college and her flying licenses. Little could she dream that pushing the doorbell of a Nevada brothel would lead to the things it does, which includes being a national heroine. A reader wrote to the author about Magic Carpet: "You tell a story about a woman who in part was a prostitute, and certainly loved sex but you never gave us a wild sex scene. But you still kept my close attention and I came to really like your character. You are a great story teller and have some interesting ways of getting your points across." Another wrote: "You give us the flavor of the workings inside Nevada bordellos with characters we come to really care about, in a story that shows not all prostitutes are losers and many have worthwhile talents outside the bedroom." Approximately 160,000 words (about 318 print pages)< Less
Magic Carpet By Wes Boyd
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Push that button, and your life will change forever! Jennlynn Swift is a college student who's down on her luck after her parents threw her out. She sees only one hope of being able to pay for... More > college and her flying licenses. Little could she dream that pushing the doorbell of a Nevada brothel would lead to the things it does, which includes being a national heroine. A reader wrote to the author about Magic Carpet: "You tell a story about a woman who in part was a prostitute, and certainly loved sex but you never gave us a wild sex scene. But you still kept my close attention and I came to really like your character. You are a great story teller and have some interesting ways of getting your points across." Another wrote: "You give us the flavor of the workings inside Nevada bordellos with characters we come to really care about, in a story that shows not all prostitutes are losers and many have worthwhile talents outside the bedroom."< Less