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Berlinside Out By CTR Berlin et al.
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So you’ve shelled out on a summer trip to Berlin. The sun is likely shining and you have one of the world’s most vibrant cities at your disposal - a city that bubbles over with creativity... More > and dynamism, a city where you can spend entire weekends in the same nightclub dressed in your least impressive clothes, where gigs spontaneously erupt outside S-Bahn stations and where street art and a strange curried sausage snack rule supreme. It’s all terribly exciting, but now what? BerlinsideOut is here to help. We’ll take you to the historical tourist hotspots – the Check Point Charlies and the Brandenburg Gates, but we’re really interested in filling you in on the places where the locals hang out in the hot months. Think parks, lakes, outdoor cinemas, flea markets, rooftop bars and quirky hipster cafes.< Less
The Dream Quilt By Joseph Chamberlain
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Sometime in the second half of the last century, two people at the opposite sides of the Atlantic Ocean came into possession of the separated halves of an old patchwork quilt. Sandra, a rising star... More > at a large hospital in Boston, Massachussets willingly bought hers at a local flea-market to keep her warm in the approaching New England winter. Sam, a computer specialist in Boston, Lincolnshire reluctantly inherited it as a family heirloom of dubious history. The magical power of the quilt was that anyone who sleeps under it will have dreams inspired by the individual blocks making up the quilt, as Sandra and Sam begin to realise as the nights pass and fate ensures their professional careers intertwine. This book tells the story of Sandra and Sam, and of the dreams they have, until the final magical dream reveals the tragic secret of the quilt itself.< Less
The Dream Quilt By Joseph Chamberlain
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Sometime in the second half of the last century, two people at the opposite sides of the Atlantic Ocean came into possession of the separated halves of an old patchwork quilt. Sandra, a rising star... More > at a large hospital in Boston, Massachussets willingly bought hers at a local flea-market to keep her warm in the approaching New England winter. Sam, a computer specialist in Boston, Lincolnshire reluctantly inherited it as a family heirloom of dubious history. The magical power of the quilt was that anyone who sleeps under it will have dreams inspired by the individual blocks making up the quilt, as Sandra and Sam begin to realise as the nights pass and fate ensures their professional careers intertwine. This book tells the story of Sandra and Sam, and of the dreams they have, until the final magical dream reveals the tragic secret of the quilt itself.< Less
The Next Batch By Chris Reed
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In this, Chris Reed’s second collection of horrifying fiction, you will enter a world where things are never quite what they seem... and death lurks on every page: —A struggling... More > inventor comes up with his greatest invention yet... and the most gruesome. —A church flea market becomes the setting for a deadly Bible lesson. —A mail carrier suspects his co-worker is a werewolf... but can he convince the postmaster before hell breaks loose? —Violence erupts at a neighborhood fish fry... and ends in an act of unspeakable terror. —A man pays a headbanger to teach him air guitar... but instead comes away with a lesson in survival. PLUS TWELVE MORE TERRIFYING TALES< Less
The Next Batch By Chris Reed
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In this, Chris Reed’s second collection of horrifying fiction, you will enter a world where things are never quite what they seem... and death lurks on every page: —A struggling... More > inventor comes up with his greatest invention yet... and the most gruesome. —A church flea market becomes the setting for a deadly Bible lesson. —A mail carrier suspects his co-worker is a werewolf... but can he convince the postmaster before hell breaks loose? —Violence erupts at a neighborhood fish fry... and ends in an act of unspeakable terror. —A man pays a headbanger to teach him air guitar... but instead comes away with a lesson in survival. PLUS TWELVE MORE TERRIFYING TALES< Less
à Paris By Adele M. Reed
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Artistic 35mm film photography of the city of Paris, France in September 2009. Includes 271 carefully chosen colour photos. Locations pictured include St. Pancras station London, Pigalle,... More > Mont-Martre, Place De Clichy, L'arc de Triomphe, Allée Marcel Proust, Jardin de Tuileries, Le Seine River, Notre-Dame cathedral, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Le Tour de Eiffel, Porte de Clignancourt flea market and Mont-Martre cemetary. Not simply snapshots of a city but a personal chronological journey of a young person's experiences in a hot, brightly sunlit summertime Paris, resulting in a vast collection of vibrant and candid imagery.< Less
Finding Horace Pippin the Story of the Mary Ann Pyle Bridge Painting By Tom Hughes
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On a cloudy February morning, heading home from an uneventful trip to the Sunday flea market, I reluctantly turn into a deserted parking lot. I noticed two dealers were here at opposite ends. Little... More > did I expect this would turn into a year and half long pilgrimage where I would learn much about the self-taught artist Horace Pippin. It was one of his paintings, telling a specific story that I carried with me to friends, to new acquaintances, to libraries, to museums, to auction houses, to the USPS, and to many more places using it as a torch to guide my way. In the end it proved to be one of the most exciting journeys I have experienced. I feel very enriched to have found Horace Pippin. Tom Hughes a retired Architecture Professor enjoys reading, writing, collecting books and hiking. He lives in rural Eastern Pennsylvania with his family, two dogs and two cats.< Less
3 Pottery Tips That Guarantee Success By Delores Myers
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If you are looking for a great creative outlet or a new hobby that can bring in a little spare change while you are at it, you may want to consider learning to make your own pottery. It is a great... More > and fun hobby that isn't terribly expensive, once you have the initial tools of the trade and is a lot of fun for many people around the world. Moreover the results of your efforts when it comes to pottery making are actually useful items to have around the house or to bring in a little extra income selling on Ebay or at local craft fairs and flea markets. With this ebook discover: - Get better pottery results by following 3 simple steps - Easy ways you can turn pottery into success - 3 sure-fire pottery secrets that work for me - And More GRAB A COPY TODAY!< Less
Black/White Version of Build Your Own Foot-Power Scroll Saw By Paul Church
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These plans are based on W.F. & John Barnes foot-power scroll saw. These machines improved on treadle power machines that were common in the late 1800's. They were able to overcome the dead... More > center and made it possible for any pressure of the foot upon the step board whenever made, would developed motion in the right direction. These machines where made until 1937. The plans (and the one I made) show the frame being made of PVC pipe, but the PVC could easily be adapted to be made of metal or wood. The tools needed to build the saw are ones that you would have around a small home shop. Make it for your craft, hobby family project or for a school project. Because it doesn't require any electricity, it can be used anywhere. Take it to the fair, swap meet, and flea market. It would attract peoples attention to your craft or hobby. Comes with a complete parts list.< Less
23,000 Bird Feeders: A Common Sense Guide for Crafting Success By Connie M. Thompson
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This book details the journey of a Michigan couple who sold hand-painted bird feeders at craft shows and art fairs for over 20 years. They developed a faithful following who bought from them... More > regularly as well as many, many spontaneous sales. Along the way, Pat and Connie Thompson sold well over 23,000 bird feeders, as well as thousands of bat houses, squirrel feeders, snow gauges, walking sticks and butterfly houses. The Thompson's learned many tips and tricks to being successful at craft shows and are passing along their wealth of knowledge as they share their advice, crafter tips, personal success stories and anecdotes. Whether you attend craft fairs, art shows, and/or flea markets, as a hobby, or use them for a full- or part-time income, you will definitely find common sense methods in this book to help make your small business more successful.< Less

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