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Behind The Smiley By Lucy curtis
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The insight into the phenomenom of the smiley image/logo.
Behind The Smiley By Lucy curtis
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The insight into the phenomenom of the smiley image/logo.
Fire Alive! By John Steiner
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Fire. The light by which we tell our stories and mythic tales. It kept the night at bay for hundreds of thousands of years. It guided humanity's migrations across the globe, and became mankind's... More > first weapon of mass destruction. What if fire developed a mind of its own. * * * Firefighting is already a tough job even in 2026. Captain Duane "Longhand" Longhurst and probationary firefight Malcolm O'Connell of Salt Lake City's Station 8 discover it's going to get much harder. A phenomenon of particle physics called Self-Propagating Organized Thermotroph or S.P.O.T. emerges to burn whatever they can to ingest the heat that fuels their semi-living existence. Breaking in a new enigmatic probie, and struggling with memories of past fire calls, Captain Longhurst has to now take on the blazing entities.< Less
Gifted Innocence By sydney sherman
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Gifted Innocence is the second book written by author Sydney Sherman. With this book and a companion book for children, Ms Sherman continues to promote a common-sense understanding of the afterlife... More > and of contact with the spirits around us. Gifted Innocence is designed to help parents identify and guide a child gifted with paranormal abilities with sensitivity to the spirits. The author walks parents through the best ways to assist their child in handling their ability in a world that often makes any uncommon trait a burden for children. Ms. Sherman recounts stories of her childhood into adulthood to shed light on the special challenges of this gift. The author focuses in on age-specific suggestions to help parents recognize simple behaviors or events which may help them understand and identify their child's needs better. Knowing that most parents are not knowledgeable about the subject of the paranormal, Ms. Sherman felt a need to reach out and offer her help in simple, straightforward terms.< Less