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The Hammock Society By Jim Kerridge
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What is the Hammock Society? What is frog bombing? Both of these things were born on a little island in Fiji called Vorovoro. You may not have heard of it, but after reading this book you will want... More > to go. Believe.< Less
The Immodest Hammock By Bill Dodds
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The Immodest Hammock is Bill Dodds' second collection of poetry. The poems in this collection span generations, and reflect Bill's love of the unity of past and present. Bill celebrates his... More > Liverpool Irish Nan with a childhood recollection of her oxtail soup laced with sherry, and the taste of tripe stewed with onions and milk. He praises friendship in a sensual series of poems set in France one of which is the 'The Immodest Hammock'.< Less
Hammock Drawings By Savanna Redman
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The Immodest Hammock: A Poetry Collection By Bill Dodds
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The Immodest Hammock is Bill Dodds' second collection of poetry. The poems in this collection span generations, and reflect Bill's love of the unity of past and present. Bill celebrates his Liverpool... More > Irish Nan with a childhood recollection of her oxtail soup laced with sherry, and the taste of tripe stewed with onions and milk. He praises friendship in a sensual series of poems set in France one of which is the 'The Immodest Hammock'.< Less
Haciendas, Hammocks and Hurricanes By Sue Milnes
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How about buying a house in Mexico and going to live there? What is it really like? This is the story of our house in Merida, the charming but crumbling colonial city in Mexico’s... More > Yucatan. We fall in love with “La Casa del Abogado” over the internet, buy it after one viewing and take a year off work to live there. Our plan is to do renovations and run a guest house to make ends meet. But the best laid plans have a habit of blowing away – this is the worst year on record for hurricanes. And we are amateurs in a place full of wonderful boutique hotels in haciendas that have been painstakingly restored. Like the hurricanes this season, our plans go through the entire alphabet but along the way we find out what it’s really like to live in this wonderful tropical city that time seems to have forgotten. Do we regret it? No way! In fact this is only the start…< Less
Life Is A Hammock By Sy Brandon
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This enjoyable tale of two cats that travel around the country and camp with their adopted parents combines adventure and humor with photo cartoons to keep the reader smiling. It is told through the... More > voice of Stormy, a black cat with a small white patch on his chest and a deep Siamese voice. Join Stormy and Princess on their many trips around the country during their summer vacations as they reflect on living with this adventuresome couple. Co-op Press is making this book available to Humane Societies and Library Friends Groups on consignment as a fund-raiser to support these types of organizations. For more information about this program, contact us at cooppress@cooppress.net. All profits from direct sales of this book will be donated to the Verde Valley Humane Society in Cottonwood, Arizona and the Friends of the Kreutz Creek Valley Library in Hellam, Pennsylvania.< Less
Haciendas, Hammocks and Hurricanes By Sue Milnes
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How about buying a house in Mexico and going to live there? What is it really like? This is the story of our house in Merida, the charming but crumbling colonial city in Mexico’s... More > Yucatan. We fall in love with “La Casa del Abogado” over the internet, buy it after one viewing and take a year off work to live there. Our plan is to do renovations and run a guest house to make ends meet. But the best laid plans have a habit of blowing away – this is the worst year on record for hurricanes. And we are amateurs in a place full of wonderful boutique hotels in haciendas that have been painstakingly restored. Like the hurricanes this season, our plans go through the entire alphabet but along the way we find out what it’s really like to live in this wonderful tropical city that time seems to have forgotten. Do we regret it? No way! In fact this is only the start…< Less
Life Is A Hammock By Sy Brandon
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This enjoyable tale of two cats that travel around the country and camp with their adopted parents combines adventure and humor with photo cartoons to keep the reader smiling. It is told through the... More > voice of Stormy, a black cat with a small white patch on his chest and a deep Siamese voice. Join Stormy and Princess on their many trips around the country during their summer vacations as they reflect on living with this adventuresome couple. Co-op Press is making this book available to Humane Societies and Library Friends Groups on consignment as a fund-raiser to support these types of organizations. For more information about this program, contact us at cooppress@cooppress.net. All profits from direct sales of this book will be donated to the Verde Valley Humane Society in Cottonwood, Arizona and the Friends of the Kreutz Creek Valley Library in Hellam, Pennsylvania.< Less
The Twelve Women of the Chalice By Leddy Hammock
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The idea of the number twelve as a symbol of spiritual fulfillment is as old as time. In the dawn of the New Thought movement in America, Mrs. Emma Curtis Hopkins, called the "Teacher of... More > Teachers," spoke of the twelve jewels of High Mysticism. Among her students, Mrs. Annie Rix Militz wrote of the twelve disciples as representing twelve spiritual faculties, and Charles Fillmore (Cofounder of the Unity Movement), wrote of the Twelve Powers of Man, likening the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ to twelve spiritual powers of humanity. In a movement of religious thought wherein women have always served and shone as co-equal partners in spirituality and in ministry with men, the time has arrived to acknowledge that there are also female representatives of the twelve powers of humanity to be found in the Bible, the basic Unity text.< Less
The Twelve Women of the Chalice By Leddy Hammock
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The idea of the number twelve as a symbol of spiritual fulfillment is as old as time. In the dawn of the New Thought movement in America, Mrs. Emma Curtis Hopkins, called the "Teacher of... More > Teachers," spoke of the twelve jewels of High Mysticism. Among her students, Mrs. Annie Rix Militz wrote of the twelve disciples as representing twelve spiritual faculties, and Charles Fillmore (Cofounder of the Unity Movement), wrote of the Twelve Powers of Man, likening the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ to twelve spiritual powers of humanity. In a movement of religious thought wherein women have always served and shone as co-equal partners in spirituality and in ministry with men, the time has arrived to acknowledge that there are also female representatives of the twelve powers of humanity to be found in the Bible, the basic Unity text.< Less