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Whole Grains By Julie Karla
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Whole Grains don't have to taste bland. Renowned 2012 Danish National Home Cooking Champion, Julie Karla has compiled 25 mouth watering recipes that will inspire you to eat healthier without having... More > to break your budget. Discover what many fans of Karla’s Nordic Kitchen already know and treat your family and friends to healthy whole grain meals that will have them begging for more. As a contributor to the acclaimed online food magazine, Honest Cooking, Miss Karla uses her expertise to share inside information about Nordic cooking and, now, offers you the same information and more inside the pages of Whole Grains. The full color illustrations inside the pages of this easy-to-read cookbook will make your mouth water and the recipes will inspire you to move forward with your healthy lifestyle choices.< Less
The Grain of Wood By Michael Bagwell
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A collection of short stories, poems and artwork. From the back of the book: Symbols and metaphors weave through these works as if tracing the grain of wood, repeating in... More > patterns to form a cohesive spiral out of the separate, surreal narratives and images. Of these themes, the most pervasive is the play between darkness and light, of opposite but interlocking shapes. From the sheer black of the first page to the interlocking patterns of the wood grain, to the alternating dark and light forms in “Shadow in the Fray,” and even to the work’s awareness of its composition as positive and negative space, as black letters floating over a white void, this theme finds visual representation throught the book, often alluding to the spiral form. The stories, poems and works of art framing this spiral range from magical realism to the dark surreal, from playful experiments with the infinite to absurd dreamscapes, touching a setimental core within the irrational.< Less
GRAINS OF SAND By Margaret J. Carr
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Closing weeks of 1899. The Mason family return from Ceylon to make a new life in the Victorian seaside town of Southport, in the north west of England. Sarah and Alexander Mason eagerly await the... More > birth of their 2nd child, they hope will be a boy. William is born early on in the new century. Then in a local park Louisa, the Masons’ lonely, confused little daughter meets, for the first time, a young ragamuffin called Millie. Their friendship will play an integral part in Louisa’s life, albeit against the strong wishes of Louisa’s father. Through family tragedy and two world wars, the Masons’ lives unfold as generation after generation, chapter after chapter, the years finally lead up to 2000. A new year, a new century and a New Millennium. Only William Mason, born at the very start of the twentieth century, lives on. His children, grandchildren and great grandchildren decide to give this grand old man a special treat to celebrate his 100 year birthday. They will give him the time of his life.< Less
Against the Grain By Kerry Brennan
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This is a revised edition, featuring poems from both "Against the Grain" (first edition) and "Hearts of Crystal" (first edition).
Against the Grain By Dana Shahar
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This poetry compilation, the second version of Against the Grain, delves into the exceptional experience of being human, which manifests itself in interaction, connection, and loss.
Against the Grain By Dana Shahar
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This poetry compilation, the second version of Against the Grain, delves into the exceptional experience of being human, which manifests itself in interaction, connection, and loss.
Against the Grain By Dana Shahar
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This poetry compilation, the second version of Against the Grain, delves into the exceptional experience of being human, which manifests itself in interaction, connection, and loss.
Against the Grain By T.E. Priemon
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Against the Grain is a highly experimental visual music composition in which the composer, T.E. Priemon, forms a musical texture with the camera to create a tension between the performers and the... More > visual music lines, all coming together to create a visual off- beatness within the structure of the composition. < Less
Golden Grain By John Follette
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Golden Grain contains the brief thoughts from gifted preacher and teacher, John Wright Follette. These little "nuggets" of truth are short phrases or paragraphs that Follette kept... More > ready-at-hand to dispense to anyone in need of aid. Full of practical wisdom, these different nuggets are ideal for meditation, for each one holds in store a new spiritual insight. Indeed, only after much meditation and several reads do many of these encouraging and edifying thoughts show their greatest spiritual insight. Follette arranges some loosely around topics, others not. Either way, Golden Grain makes a wonderful supplement to one's devotions. -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
The Chaff and the Grain By Roy Rees
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Melanie’s marriage to Donald Stone had broken down. Even worse, Donald was now living with her friend, Clare Marlowe. Although Melanie had become the successful owner of an art gallery, her sad... More > past was never completely erased from her mind. Her relationships with friends and family cools and an intrusive fear enters the life of this ice-maiden. Violence creeps up on her, and who can she really trust? Eventually, as in the Arabian proverb, she had to decide whether she can sift the chaff and the grain and keep what is worth keeping. About the Author Roy Rees has already written a book of short stories, and this is his second published novel. After being in the senior echelons of the Army and then City underwriting, he is now retired and lives at Kew in Surrey. Apart from his civilian and military qualifications, he also holds a Law degree.< Less