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ALL THAT GLITTERS By ROBIN MORGAN
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This book is uniquely written to give God all His glory in using nature to make creative crafts that can be used as gifts, in Sunday School or at home to teach God's Word and even for making extra... More > income. One of the main ingredients for these crafts is of course, GLITTER! The Lord is high and lifted up in the pages of this book.< Less
ALL THAT GLITTERS By ROBIN MORGAN
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This book is uniquely written to give God all His glory in using nature to make creative crafts that can be used as gifts, in Sunday School or at home to teach God's Word and even for making extra... More > income. One of the main ingredients for these crafts is of course, GLITTER! The Lord is high and lifted up in the pages of this book.< Less
Burning Ambulance 5 By Philip Freeman
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Winter 2011 issue of a periodic journal of arts and culture. Includes interviews with Michael Gira of Swans, saxophonist Marcus Strickland, trumpeter Jeremy Pelt, Greg Tate and Jared Michael... More > Nickerson of Burnt Sugar; a round-table discussion of North American black metal; and essays on improvising guitarist Morgan Craft, pianist Cecil Taylor, the nature of time in music, and the movie Two-Lane Blacktop.< Less
Burning Ambulance 5 By Philip Freeman
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Winter 2011 issue of a periodic journal of arts and culture. Includes interviews with Michael Gira of Swans, saxophonist Marcus Strickland, trumpeter Jeremy Pelt, Greg Tate and Jared Michael... More > Nickerson of Burnt Sugar; a round-table discussion of North American black metal; and essays on improvising guitarist Morgan Craft, pianist Cecil Taylor, the nature of time in music, and the movie Two-Lane Blacktop.< Less
The Story of Freemasonry By William G. Sibley
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Originally published in 1904, The Story of Freemasonry by W.G. Sibley is one of those classic sources of Masonic history that should be in every Mason and history buff's library. Unlike treatments... More > of Masonic history by the likes of Mackey, Waite and Gould, Sibley covers the subject in an easy to digest and conversational manner that leaves the reader wanting more. Sibley looks at such topics as the legend of Hiram, the attempts to exterminate Freemasonry, the mystery of the William Morgan affair to name a few. However, it is his explanation of the origin and structure of the Scottish and York Rites and their relationship to Craft Masonry that is perhaps worth the price of the book alone.< Less
The Joy of Quilting By Jan Knowlton Christensen
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Piecework and patchwork quilting were taught to 'The Four of Us' by Sandi Fox of California textile renown. The women became close friends and, in turn, taught the craft at Mormon Handicraft in Salt... More > Lake City, Utah for almost three decades. Their legacy continues throughout the Salt Lake and Utah Valleys where they helped enrich the lives of many women. Joy Knowlton, Carol Bitner, Carol Morgan, and Beth Ann Neville taught skills and made friends with hundreds of women as they worked to create a body of handwork unequaled in the intermountain west. Work in this book focuses on the author's mother, Joy Knowlton.< Less
From Football to Fig Newtons: 76 American Inventors and The Inventions You Know By Heart By Brian D'Ambrosio
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American ingenuity reveals itself in the simplest and most forgotten places. From familiar brand names such as Wheaties (George Cormack) to the most mundane stop at the traffic light (Garrett... More > Augustus Morgan Sr.), the everyday presents abundant opportunity to respect and recall the intellect of the men and women who crafted the culture and landscape of the environment we call our own. For every trip to the grocery store to buy a box of Band-Aids® (Earle Dickson), there is a chance to ask the question of where and how a certain product came about. With every click of the computer mouse (Douglas Engelbart), our curiosity should deepen. This book stands as a reminder to all those who need inspiration or wish to inspire, a nudge in the right direction, an instructive to get busy creating and perfecting the Nation our ancestors envisioned. It’s an instructive to read, familiarize and gain momentum from those who created the spaces and comforts we take for granted.< Less