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2012 AWAKENING! By Dr Lemuria
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Straight away when opening the first pages, the reader realises that this is a very different and special book. First off, there are no page numbers, as it is not meant to be read from front to back,... More > but can be opened anywhere in the story and started from there. Part .2 of the book is completely written in rhyme and poem and contains within its cosmic and enlightening text, 500 (bracketed) words or phrases, that are then individually explained in Part .1.But the real magic is contained within these 500 explanations, for they also contain hundreds of other words and phrases, which when followed at different sittings, takes the reader through hundreds of diverse time-lines within the story. This is a multi-dimensional book, which has been written by a mind of cosmic complexity, with the intention of helping to awaken others and prepare the sleeping souls of earth for the 5th dimensional reality shift in the great years of awakening following 2012.< Less
Blades of Torqueadia By Michael C Holdsworth
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A unique debut story from a writer who uses fantasy to promote wellness. This coming of age story has a lot to offer. What if you could exist as a thought and live for millennia; moving from... More > unknowing host to host, traveling in the form of an overheard word or by a gentle touch? The Veho are such beings. The Veho elders once worshiped as gods, guardians, and mentors of humanity; almost extinguished through campaigns of internal strife. Now remembered only in nursery rhymes by the uninitiated and whispered in dark corners by true believers. Its 1884 A.T.E. (After Torque Era) and Aefry a young girl comes of age. She is gifted a pair of archaic wooden blades used for physical prayer by a disbanded religious sect. Beneath the wood, an ancient secret seeks release and with it, the Veho come out from the shadows.< Less
A Teacher's Guide to HISTORhYmes By Derrick Brown
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HISTORhYmes is a 1-2-week literacy activity that enhances reading comprehension, grammar, and writing skills by using the creative imaginations of young people to present stories about historical and... More > contemporary figures. The activity also incorporates supporting elements of the performing arts, entrepreneurship, and computer & Internet literacy. Students are surveyed about their personal interests, and are then provided biographies of people whose life stories can simultaneously mentor and inspire the students. The students are then asked to retell the biography using various forms of creative expression (poems, monologues, skits, rhymes, etc.). For example, during a previous activity we explored the differing views and philosophies of W.E.B. DuBois and Booker T. Washington. We also explored how their experiences shaped their clashing views on African-American advancement and empowerment after the abolishment of slavery.< Less
My Spiritual Compendium By Michael Kevin
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My Spiritual Compendium is an enjoyable story that also provides the reader with a solid foundation of fundamental spiritual teachings. The story centers around a young woman's account of her... More > experiences with a spiritual healer, in which she is given a small book of spiritual teachings that can be described as an artistic, spiritual compendium, or spiritual teachings that are written in a manner that is both artistic and compendious. This spiritual compendium can be described as a collection of twenty-five, short proverbs, or non-rhyming poems, designed to enrich spiritual perception by providing a thought-provoking presentation on a wide-range of topics that offers insight into spiritual reality. My Spiritual Compendium, then, makes use of the artistic compendium to form a basis from which the characters can engage in extended discussion concerning its pertinent concepts.< Less
Man Verse By Stephen Redgwell
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This book is for guys that enjoy the outdoors and like to have fun. Guys that like to fish, hunt and hike. There's adult content and situations that will make you laugh. It's a collection of 14 short... More > stories and 30 rhyming verses (men don't use the word "poetry", okay.) Don't worry, it's not that awful stuff we had to study in school! Ladies, if you're reading this, you should know that most of the topics are male oriented, but nothing too dirty. You know what boys are like, right? Guys, if you got this as a present, your wife or girlfriend must like you. She has realized that you're unique, but don't let that go to your head. You're a man. You can change, if you have to, I guess.< Less
How Franklin Saved Christmas By Daniel McCoy
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How Franklin Saved Christmas is a story about hope, overcoming adversity, and apple cider. It's Christmas eve in Franklin's peaceful island town, when a stranger turns up with disaster in his wake.... More > Can Franklin save the day? surely not. he's just one man. the closest he's ever come to saving the day is when he winds his watch forward for daylight savings. No, the day will probably be saved by a much more experienced man with glossy white teeth and much higher salary. but there's only one way to find out. inspired by the old english nursery rhyme 'if all the world were paper'. you probably haven't heard of it.< Less
The Second Line By Michael Molina
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It is the year 2020 and New Orleans is swinging again. After a jazz funeral to honor the onset of hurricane season, an eclectic group of only in New Orleans characters gather to call on the spirit... More > of Papa Fat, a griot ghost who weaves a bluesy tale capturing the history, culture, and struggle of The City That Care Forgot. Featuring lyrical rhymed and metered prose, and including spoken word poetry, storytelling, sketch comedy, blues and hip hop song, The Second Line is a jazz novel in the tradition of Jean Toomer’s Cane. The Second Line also includes a Glossary of New Orleans Terms to Know, a list of 250 interesting facts, places, and people that make the Big Easy such a unique culture. This novel-in-stories, songs, and poems is a celebration of New Orleans living spirit.< Less
Viking Saga By Mark Coakley
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VIKING SAGA is a pulse-pounding literary historical thriller, set in 793 AD, when Norway was ruled by many small kingdoms and folk still worshipped the old gods. Halfdan the Black -- a young fighter... More > and beer-soaked poet, with a Norse father and African mother -- vows revenge for the killing of his king. Halfdan's fate leads him through actual historical events, such as the raid on England's Lindisfarne nunnery and the first Norse contacts with Christianity. This spare, cunningly ironic novel is set against a brutal backdrop of life in the "Dark Ages", and features violent action, a unique love-story, odd twists, cool humour, primitive poems and more. Well-researched and fast-moving, VIKING SAGA follows Halfdan the Black as he battles, boozes and rhymes his way to revenge, love, wisdom ... and becoming Norway's first king.< Less
The Second Line By Michael Molina
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It is the year 2020 and New Orleans is swinging again. After a jazz funeral to honor the onset of hurricane season, an eclectic group of only in New Orleans characters gather to call on the spirit... More > of Papa Fat, a griot ghost who weaves a bluesy tale capturing the history, culture, and struggle of The City That Care Forgot. Featuring lyrical rhymed and metered prose, and including spoken word poetry, storytelling, sketch comedy, blues and hip hop song, The Second Line is a jazz novel in the tradition of Jean Toomer’s Cane. The Second Line also includes a Glossary of New Orleans Terms to Know, a list of 250 interesting facts, places, and people that make the Big Easy such a unique culture. This novel-in-stories, songs, and poems is a celebration of New Orleans living spirit.< Less
Kids are Special X 2 By Carolyn J. Davis
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An Excellent tool to use in teaching children how to write sentences that rhyme. "Kids are Special X 2" is written for Elementary students to encourage them to learn poetry. The book is... More > based on school activities such as recess, the class room, hall pass, book reports etc; The various pictures supports the stories that are given. Poems are printed in large letters so that they can be easily read. This book also deals with family and enjoying playtime with friends. One of the many interesting things about this book is "My School Motto" and My Goals." These topics allow children to individually write their name on the Motto page and learn how to take responsibility in becoming a respectful law-abiding citizen at a very early age. "My Goals" gives children an idea of positive things to focus on while choosing good friends. They focus on NOT giving in to peer pressure by those who are involved in negative things.< Less

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