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A Story of Survival By Donna M. Kshir
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Steven Moyer was a typical teenager until an untimely car accident claimed the lives of his parents. When his immediate family refused to take him in, Steven was forced into the foster care system.... More > Being carted from one foster home to the next (over a dozen times in two years), has made it difficult for Steven to make friends or fit in. Now in his teens, he is placed with the Joneses. Although he is immediately made to feel welcome; once the case worker leaves, they reveal their true colors. Now Steven is forced to make the hardest decision of his life; escape or continue to experience the daily abuse that could one day cost him his life. This powerful story takes the reader through the daily drama of a teenager's life through his own personal memoirs. Experience Steven's pain firsthand as you read through his journal entries during this horrific time in his life.< Less
A Story of Survival By Donna M. Kshir
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Steven Moyer was a typical teenager until an untimely car accident claimed the lives of his parents. When his immediate family refused to take him in, Steven was forced into the foster care system.... More > Being carted from one foster home to the next (over a dozen times in two years), has made it difficult for Steven to make friends or fit in. Now in his teens, he is placed with the Joneses. Although he is immediately made to feel welcome; once the case worker leaves, they reveal their true colors. Now Steven is forced to make the hardest decision of his life; escape or continue to experience the daily abuse that could one day cost him his life. This powerful story takes the reader through the daily drama of a teenager's life through his own personal memoirs. Experience Steven's pain firsthand as you read through his journal entries during this horrific time in his life.< Less
A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens
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This timeless tale by Charles Dickens, so unlike most of his other work, has been a Christmastime favorite since its first publication in 1843. Adapted countless times for film, none have yet fully... More > captured the magic, beauty, and charm of the novel. Subtitled "A Ghost Story of Christmas," the tale follows legendary miser Ebenezer Scrooge through his meeting with three ghosts, who show him the error of his ways and inspire him to care once more for his fellow man. The novel, filled with countless delightful characters that will never leave the reader, is here presented in a beautiful new printing with many illustrations from three separate editions. This version is in full color, in hardcover. Well worth the purchase.< Less
Broccoli Recipes By Olivia Smith
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Broccoli is an edible green plant in the cabbage family whose large flowering head is eaten as a vegetable. The word broccoli comes from the Italian plural of broccolo, which means "the... More > flowering crest of a cabbage", and is the diminutive form of brocco, meaning "small nail" or "sprout". Broccoli is often boiled or steamed but may be eaten raw. Broccoli is classified in the Italica cultivar group of the species Brassica oleracea. Broccoli has large flower heads, usually green in color, arranged in a tree-like structure branching out from a thick, edible stalk. The mass of flower heads is surrounded by leaves. Broccoli resembles cauliflower, which is a different cultivar group of the same species. A 100 gram serving of raw broccoli provides 34 kcal and is an excellent source (20% or higher of the Daily Value, DV) of vitamin C and vitamin K.< Less
Radishes Recipes By Olivia Smith
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Radishes are grown and consumed throughout the world, being mostly eaten raw as a crunchy salad vegetable. They have numerous varieties, varying in size, flavor, color, and length of time they take... More > to mature. Radishes owe their sharp flavor to the various chemical compounds produced by the plants, including glucosinolate, myrosinase, and isothiocyanate. They are sometimes grown as companion plants and suffer from few pests and diseases. They germinate quickly and grow rapidly, smaller varieties being ready for consumption within a month, while larger daikon varieties take several months. Another use of radish is as cover or catch crop in winter or as a forage crop. Some radishes are grown for their seeds; daikon, for instance, may be grown for oil production. Others are used for sprouting. Korean radishes are generally shorter, stouter, and sturdier than daikon, and have pale green shade halfway down from the top. They also have stronger flavour, denser flesh and softer leaves.< Less
Crow on the Wire By Jack Hayes
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Crow on the Wire is an exploration—a literal & external exploration as it takes us along the streets of Portland, Oregon, examining a landscape in its details, whether focusing on plants... More > & flowers, buildings, the darting presence of birds, or the ubiquitous litter & detritus of city streets. But it’s an internal exploration as well, as the poet’s roving eye, always seeking, never content, looks for hope & peace & perhaps some measure of redemption. In a series of poems loosely based on the Chinese lüshi & jueju forms, the book takes us on a journey through two seasons—a series of poems, or one poem with its many fragmentary manifestations. There are moments of clarity & moments of confusion; moments of joy & moments of despair. The moon moves through its cycles; the leaves change color & fall. Nothing is resolved—everything is resolved.< Less
Crow on the Wire By Jack Hayes
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Crow on the Wire is an exploration—a literal & external exploration as it takes us along the streets of Portland, Oregon, examining a landscape in its details, whether focusing on plants... More > & flowers, buildings, the darting presence of birds, or the ubiquitous litter & detritus of city streets. But it’s an internal exploration as well, as the poet’s roving eye, always seeking, never content, looks for hope & peace & perhaps some measure of redemption. In a series of poems loosely based on the Chinese lüshi & jueju forms, the book takes us on a journey through two seasons—a series of poems, or one poem with its many fragmentary manifestations. There are moments of clarity & moments of confusion; moments of joy & moments of despair. The moon moves through its cycles; the leaves change color & fall. Nothing is resolved—everything is resolved.< Less
Encounters By Ken Scott
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Encounters focuses on interactions with family, friends and strangers, and my perceptions of them. “Imprint,” a poem about a child experiencing the natural world, introduces the... More > collection with a warning not to forget the common, that it contains truths to be remembered and discovered. This thought carries readers into the rest of my collection. Diverse in subject matter, the poems range from the lighthearted to confessional and serious. In reading Wordsworth, I like the way he takes the common subjects and “throw[s] over them a certain coloring of the imagination,” making the usual seem unusual. “Amishland Cow Tipping” exemplifies my incorporation of this idea when the pushed cow tips, allowing it to see the world in a fresh way. While I want my poetry to be entertaining and enjoyable, I hope that it leaves my readers encountering the world in a new, fresh way.< Less
Event Horizon of Yin and Yang By Tina Guo
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A beautiful, full-color collection of poems, dreams, musings, and vibrant photo art by Tina Guo, world-renowned classical cellist and heavy metal electric cellist. She has been described by 'All... More > Access Magazine' as "a musical prodigy" leaving audiences "utterly speechless and amazed" and by 'Quills, Quotes and Notes' as "a young woman of such intense passion for her art. I feel immense awe and hope fulfilled to know that this world will be, in the near future, cradled in the hands of such gifted and philosophical young people who delve into a far deeper meaning and understanding of life." Visit www.TinaGuo.com for her audio and video clips, as well as her tour schedule.< Less
TheAfterWhys By Ashley Hames
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We forget to remember. The details, just the little details, and eventually we forget the outline of a person we never quite managed to fill in all the way, leaving scattered bits and pieces of... More > pigment and color across a canvas that was never finished. And. We forget how to answer. We often don’t know what to say when the right question comes along, and that right moment passes us by, and we find ourselves a little farther apart instead of a little closer together. So we are left with words caught between our teeth or in the grey folds behind our eyes and we are left alone with our “What Ifs?”. Until. We find some reason, or some moment, some feeling, some cataclysmic coming of events/occurrences/situations that finally let us say: This, this is what I need you to hear/say/understand. This. Just this.< Less

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