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So You Want to Raw Feed Your Cat By Meghan Leah Waals
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This book is full of original, easy and comprehensive information to make your journey to raw feeding your cats effortless! It is specifically tailored to fit a model of true species appropriate raw... More > feeding, Prey Model Raw. You will find within this text everything from how to source and do the math to free recipes and how to make sure your cat gets enough taurine and other essential nutrients as well as how to transition your picky diva and everything in between! Waals has a Bachelors of Science in Psycho-Biology Pre-Veterinary with a minor in Evolutionary Studies from Albright College. She has been a life long cat owner, raw feeding since 2010 and Bengal cat breeder since 2016. Much of her days are dedicated to caring for her cats as well as continuing to research and educate others on species appropriate raw diets not only through personal and hands-on experience but scientific research.< Less
Blue Eyes for a Heaven By Victoria Ann Clean
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Sarah is an expert horsewoman, a crack shot, and a research assistant to her famous brother, whose 1910 discovery of the ancient grass from which all modern wheat was bred, catapulted him to... More > international renown. Chafing under the restrictions of village life in Ottoman Syria, Sarah searches in vain for a local boy who can match her passion, energy, and intellect. When Sarah’s brother gets American funding for his dry-farming experiments, he hires a small staff, including a dashing young poet called Avshalom. Although Avshalom is better known for his love poems than for his scientific acumen, he is a quick study and a natural leader, and he soon becomes director of the little research station in the desert. Sarah has met her perfect match. So when Avshalom proposes to Sarah’s pretty little sister, she is thrown into so much turmoil that she impulsively agrees to an arranged marriage with a strange man twenty years her senior who lives in faraway Constantinople.< Less
Good Dog? Bad Dog? By Rosie Barclay
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This book concentrates on changing the traditional views of how we perceive and treat our dogs using what we have learned from scientific research so far. It starts at the beginning by looking at... More > ways of how to choose and bring up a new puppy that may reduce the likelihood of future problems. It then goes on to cover different problems that commonly occur between owners and their maturing or adult dogs by discussing real case studies. It also looks at how modern methods may not be as effective as everybody believes and how behaving as if you were an "alpha dog" can actually be quite harmful in some cases. Rosie is a fully qualified Clinical Animal Behaviourist(CCAB) and a full member of The Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC). She holds a BSc (Hons)in zoology and an MPhil in Animal Behaviour and Welfare. She has regularly featured on Channel Fours "Pet Rescue" and is a contributing author in "The APBC book of Companion Animal Behaviour".< Less
The Power of Persuasion By Shelagh Watkins
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Beth Durban is persuaded to write a letter to the editor's page of a national Sunday newspaper in response to a film critic’s prejudice against adaptations of Jane Austen’s novels. When... More > she receives an unexpected visit from the newspaper's critic, F. William D'Arcy, she is bemused but, after several sightings of the inquisitive journalist, she’s neither pleased nor amused. Beth is so distracted by the unwelcome interest from such an arrogant man she fails to see that a close work colleague is falling in love with her. As a scientific researcher in a Scottish University, she has led a varied life travelling the world, spending time in New Zealand, Canada, Australia, America, Singapore and Israel. With such a full life, she has had little time to form any serious, romantic attachments that might lead to a permanent relationship. When she decides to take driving lessons, Beth opens up new opportunities for herself and realises that perhaps she isn’t too old to find love after all.< Less
Sultans, Viziers and Alchemists By Brendan Ray
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Winter 1451 - The territorial gains of the Ottoman Turks have pushed the once powerful Byzantine Empire into a small enclave around its capital of Constantinople. Less than 150 miles away,Sultan... More > Murat II rules in Adrianople over a prosperous and expanding realm. His sudden death brings back to the throne his disgraced son, Mehmet. The young Mehmet is determined to assert himself as the new Sultan and conquer Constantinople. His plans face resistance from his Prime Minister Halil-Pasha who wants to maintain peace with the Byzantine Christians. In Venice, a young physician and alchemist, Mario Orsini finds himself on the wrong side of the struggle between the Church and the emerging rationalism of the Renaissance, as the Inquisition seeks to extinguish scientific inquiry. He is forced into exile to the Venetian enclave in Constantinople. Based on pain-staking historical research, Brendan Ray brings to life the politically charged drama of the 15th century, as one empire dies giving life to another.< Less
Sultans, Viziers and Alchemists By Brendan Ray
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Winter 1451 - The territorial gains of the Ottoman Turks have pushed the once powerful Byzantine Empire into a small enclave around its capital of Constantinople. Less than 150 miles away,Sultan... More > Murat II rules in Adrianople over a prosperous and expanding realm. His sudden death brings back to the throne his disgraced son, Mehmet. The young Mehmet is determined to assert himself as the new Sultan and conquer Constantinople. His plans face resistance from his Prime Minister Halil-Pasha who wants to maintain peace with the Byzantine Christians. In Venice, a young physician and alchemist, Mario Orsini finds himself on the wrong side of the struggle between the Church and the emerging rationalism of the Renaissance, as the Inquisition seeks to extinguish scientific inquiry. He is forced into exile to the Venetian enclave in Constantinople. Based on pain-staking historical research, Brendan Ray brings to life the politically charged drama of the 15th century, as one empire dies giving life to another.< Less
Even More Stop the Headlines By Melvyn Dover
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This is the fourth book in the 'Headlines' series. It's as full of quirky news headlines as ever. All are taken from regional newspapers and news websites, with a national daily providing the... More > occasional offering. You'll find evidence of the peculiar behaviour found in the animal kingdom, including human beings; you'll laugh at the bizarre nature of criminals who should know better; you'll marvel at the nearly-made-it emergency items, and cringe at those who make incredible mistakes. As for some of the scientific research which goes on . . . Can you resist such gems as : Drunk fancy dress party-goer arrested for impersonating police officer ; Man floats down River Kelvin on inflatable swimming pool in Glasgow ; US police shoot at actor posing as a robber ; or the earth-shattering - I shall call it Fluffy! Cloud dog spotted over south Norfolk? Each of the twelve sections of Even More Stop the Headlines contains snippets to amuse and entertain.< Less
God-Given Foods Eating Plan: For Lifelong Health, Optimization Of Hormones, Improved Athletic Performance By Gary F. Zeolla
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Different food groups are studied, with a chapter devoted to each major classification of foods. Both the Biblical evidence and modern-day scientific research are considered. Foods are classified as... More > "God-given foods" and "non-God-given foods." The main point is a healthy eating plan is composed of a variety of God-given foods and avoids non-God-given foods. Unlike similar books, this book does not promote a vegetarian diet. God gave us meat for food, and meat-eating is assumed throughout Scripture, with no negative connotations. In addition, red meat, poultry, and fish can and should be included in a healthy eating plan. The God-given foods eating plan is also designed to optimize hormones, such as testosterone, growth hormone, and insulin. This can produce dramatic differences in a person's health and well-being and can lead to a gain in muscle mass and a loss of body fat. It can also lead to improved athletic performance. This book also looks at other aspects of athletic nutrition.< Less
God-Given Foods Eating Plan: For Lifelong Health, Optimization of Hormones, Improved Athletic Performance By Gary F. Zeolla
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This book studies different food groups, with a chapter devoted to each major classification of foods. First the Biblical evidence is considered, then modern-day scientific research. Foods are... More > classified as "God-given foods" and "non-God-given foods." A healthy eating plan is composed of a variety of God-given foods and avoids non-God-given foods. Unlike other books on this subject, this book does not promote a vegetarian diet since God gave us meat for food, and meat-eating is assumed throughout Scripture, with no negative connotations. Moreover, meat, poultry, and fish can and should be included in a healthy eating plan. The proposed eating plan is also designed to optimize hormones, such as testosterone, growth hormone, and insulin. This can produce dramatic differences in a person's health and well-being and can lead to a gain in muscle mass and a loss of body fat. It can also lead to improved athletic performance. This book also looks at other aspects of athletic nutrition.< Less
God-given Foods Eating Plan: For Lifelong Health, Optimization of Hormones, Improved Athletic Performance (Hardback Lulu Version) By Gary F. Zeolla
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Different food groups are studied, with a chapter devoted to each major classification of foods. Both the Biblical evidence and modern-day scientific research are considered. Foods are classified as... More > “God-given foods” and “non-God-given foods.” The main point is a healthy eating plan is composed of a variety of God-given foods and avoids non-God-given foods. Unlike similar books, this book does not promote a vegetarian diet. God gave us meat for food, and meat-eating is assumed throughout Scripture, with no negative connotations. In addition, red meat, poultry, and fish can and should be included in a healthy eating plan. The God-given foods eating plan is also designed to optimize hormones, such as testosterone, growth hormone, and insulin. This can produce dramatic differences in a person’s health and well-being and can lead to a gain in muscle mass and a loss of body fat. It can also lead to improved athletic performance. This book also looks at other aspects of athletic nutrition.< Less

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