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Illae Ignatius, Operatio ex Amissus L'Redemptio: An anthology of poems By James E. Lewis
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LIKE US ON FACEBOOK facebook.com/illaeignatius Comprised of tragic romance, military intelligence, classical music, and a prior corporate job at Apple, author Daniel Sheppard, whose pen name is... More > James E. Lewis, has eluded the demons of defeat and darkness to see his first literary work, Illae Ignatius, finally published. Daniel, born and raised in rural South Carolina, trudged down a myriad of paths in life, often drawn back to his passion for writing. Successfully harnessing inspiration from his family of origin, a brutal divorce, military deployment, and constant encouragement from peers, Daniel has compiled an anthology that he knows has been worth every sacrifice and personal pain required to complete. Daniel continues his educational pursuits to hone his craft, honorably serves in the National Guard, and is still loyally focused on producing additional literary works.< Less
Illae Ignatius, Operatio ex Amissus L'Redemptio: An anthology of poems By James E. Lewis
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LIKE US ON FACEBOOK facebook.com/illaeignatius Comprised of tragic romance, military intelligence, classical music, and a prior corporate job at Apple, author Daniel Sheppard, whose pen name is... More > James E. Lewis, has eluded the demons of defeat and darkness to see his first literary work, Illae Ignatius, finally published. Daniel, born and raised in rural South Carolina, trudged down a myriad of paths in life, often drawn back to his passion for writing. Successfully harnessing inspiration from his family of origin, a brutal divorce, military deployment, and constant encouragement from peers, Daniel has compiled an anthology that he knows has been worth every sacrifice and personal pain required to complete. Daniel continues his educational pursuits to hone his craft, honorably serves in the National Guard, and is still loyally focused on producing additional literary works.< Less
iPad Guide:The Simplified Manual for Kids and Adult By Dale Brave
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Get Acquainted with the latest iPad Tablet features you are never aware of! An iPad can be so many things: an entertainment hub, a way to stay in touch with the world, a productivity tool, and many... More > other things. This book is centered on helping iPad users who are probably getting started with using iPad tablets, and users who have been using iPad tablets. In this friendly approached educating book, you’ll find out how to fire up any model of iPad, connect to the internet, and use applications to play video games, watch movies for free, listen to music, chat via video, update your social accounts, read the news, or just about anything else you'd want to do. This book suitable for kids, teens, adolescents, and adults who are either dummies or seniors interested in finding accessible guidance on making the most of their iPad Tablets. You’re in good hands!< Less
Pride & Prejudice By Jane Austen
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Pride and Prejudice is a novel by Jane Austen, first published in 1813. The story follows the main character Elizabeth Bennet as she deals with issues of manners, upbringing, morality, education, and... More > marriage in the society of the landed gentry of early 19th-century England. Elizabeth is the second of five daughters of a country gentleman living near the fictional town of Meryton in Hertfordshire, near London. The novel centers on Elizabeth Bennet, the second of the five daughters of a country gentleman. Mr Bennet is a bookish man, and somewhat neglectful of his responsibilities. Mrs Bennet is a woman lacking in social graces and primarily concerned with finding suitable husbands for her five daughters. Jane Bennet, the eldest daughter, is distinguished by the kindness of her attitudes and her beauty; Elizabeth Bennet, the second daughter, shares her father's keen wit and occasionally sarcastic outlook; Mary is not pretty, but is studious, devout and musical albeit lacking in taste..< Less
Treatise on Parents and Children (Illustrated) By Bernard Shaw
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George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) was a worldrenowned Irish author. Born in Dublin, he moved to London when he turned twenty. Having rejected formal schooling, he educated himself by independent study... More > in the reading room of the British Museum; he also began his career there by writing novels for which he could not find a publisher. His first success was as a music and literary critic, but he was drawn to drama and authored more than sixty plays during his career. Typically his work is leavened by a delightful vein of comedy, but nearly all of it bears earnest messages Shaw hoped his audiences would embrace. He remains the only person to have been awarded both a Nobel Prize (1925) for his contribution to literature and an Oscar (1938) for Pygmalion. Among his most famous works are: Candida (1894), Arms and the Man (1894) and Man and Superman (1902-03).< Less
Stories From A Settled Tribe By Louise Sopher
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"IF SOMEONE says to you: 'The forest is nothing, I will come and say: 'Come and live with me, with nothing, in the forest for a few months – you will survive. And I will go with you to the... More > cities with nothing – no money - how do you survive?'" - (Nelson Kelesau) --- FOR SIX weeks in mid-2010 I lived in a village named Long Lamai with a tribe in Borneo known as the Penan, a once fully-nomadic, now mostly settled community. Whilst I was there I collected stories from the villagers with the aim of publishing, sharing and selling them for the benefit of the community. HERE then are thirty stories to entertain all ages with tales from Penan music, myth and legend to more serious ones about struggles in poverty, education and the need for the jungle. ---- THIS is an alternative black & white edition which brings the purchase cost down a fair amount. If you can afford it, please buy the full-colour edition but if not feel free to purchase this copy or the download/e-book edition.< Less
Odd Angles on the 1950s By E W Farnsworth
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The author’s intent in presenting these ten stories early in 2017 is to remind Americans and right-leaning Europeans that there is a cost to attempting to return to a bygone era which was never... More > really a paradise. The stories deal with themes such as the degraded position of women before the advent of birth-control pills; education in an anti-intellectual country; ill-starred youths and ghosts in the Japanese-American community of Los Angeles; ghostly and grisly Chinese traditions; the dark underbelly of the American musical scenes in the 1950s and 20-Naughts. ‘The Joys of Trumpery’ and ‘The Last Trump’ provide a caricature vision of the deepest fears of anti-Trump liberals who resent and even resist the Presidency of Donald Trump. The author is decidedly not ‘anti-Trump’. Nevertheless, having lived through the 1950s without being lobotomized, imprisoned, wounded in battle or strapped in an electric chair, he is grateful for benefits provided by many who, deservedly or not, suffered and are forgotten.< Less
I Love My World - The Playful, Hands-on Nature Connection and Forest School Guidebook By Chris Holland
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The best selling playful, practical hands-on guide to nature connection and forest school now with colour photos! - The original b&w paper version sold over 4000 copies in the first 4 years by... More > world of mouth! This book inspires people to get outdoors & connect with themselves, others and nature though games, skills and activities. It is a forest school and anti-nature deficit disorder manual. It's a holistic outdoor education guidebook that will nurture greater self-esteem, self-reliance and a love & gratitude for the natural community we are part of. There are loads of activities inside, in a ready, get set, go! format that encourage people to learn basic survival skills, make maps, make music, learn how to use a knife safely and creatively, make environmental and land art, have community celebrations, go foraging, do some tracking, play team games, make up and tell stories around a fire. Have a peek at the preview for the introduction and a free activity to help widen your perception!< Less
What is Math? Answer: Math is Everything By Howard Zolty
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The book "What is Math?" helps children of all ages understand that math is more than a subject we learn in school, math is all around us. From the moment we awaken in the morning, to the... More > time we fall asleep at night, math is at the core of everything we do. The original text was awarded first place in the "What is Math?" writing contest. This second edition adds beautiful pictures to help illustrate the words contained in the book. Also, the second edition is now easier for both parents and teachers to help children learn the importance of math by seeing that math is all around us. The words are child friendly, and have been revised to closely match the state educational standards. Children will also learn that math can help you achieve your dreams. Everything from music, art, sports, business, cooking, shopping, bridges, airplanes, holidays, sunrise, gardens, love, happiness, pizza, sharing, computers, weather, birthdays, communication, health, and everything all around us is about math.< Less
Odd Angles on the 1950s By E W Farnsworth
eBook (ePub): $3.36
The author’s intent in presenting these ten stories early in 2017 is to remind Americans and right-leaning Europeans that there is a cost to attempting to return to a bygone era which was never... More > really a paradise. The stories deal with themes such as the degraded position of women before the advent of birth-control pills; education in an anti-intellectual country; ill-starred youths and ghosts in the Japanese-American community of Los Angeles; ghostly and grisly Chinese traditions; the dark underbelly of the American musical scenes in the 1950s and 20-Naughts. ‘The Joys of Trumpery’ and ‘The Last Trump’ provide a caricature vision of the deepest fears of anti-Trump liberals who resent and even resist the Presidency of Donald Trump. The author is decidedly not ‘anti-Trump’. Nevertheless, having lived through the 1950s without being lobotomized, imprisoned, wounded in battle or strapped in an electric chair, he is grateful for benefits provided by many who, deservedly or not, suffered and are forgotten.< Less

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