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The Bible Talks About: Flowers and Plants By Rose Santuci
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In "The Bible Talks About: Flowers and Plants" what Sacred Scripture says about flowers, plants and gardens is beautifully illustrated by the lovely photography of Rose Santuci-Sofranko.
Am Volume 4 By Simon Plant
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This is Am Volume 4.It hardly mentions Am,but he haunts the tale.This is a horror story.Am is an alter ego of mine.And this volume is still about him although in this volume it is in the form of a... More > story about an imaginary wife of mine-Sarah, and her dysfunctional family,with husband John and children Mary and Paul.The book talks a lot about religion- AM speaks. He is, as described in other volumes through the monsters Jale, Beester and Crowndser a complete selfish monster!This is a book that lives a nightmare and exudes false religion.Maybe it is supernatural horror. St Paul's letter to the Romans Ch 4 v 18-25. Maybe this monster story will fulfill a dream I had many years ago of becoming a recognised artist.Abraham only believed and despite the apparent impossibity of the prophesy,his faith was "considered as justifying him" Amen< Less
If Dirt Could Talk: A Collection of Verses By Ronald L. Oliver
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Ronald Oliver was first inspired to pen a collection of verses and illustrations while working on bullying prevention during the late eighties. In the second edition of If Dirt Could Talk, Oliver... More > focuses his poetic presentation on animal stories with the hope of encouraging others to fondly recall childhood experiences and rekindle their love of nature. Oliver’s poems reflect on many of nature’s creatures such as coyotes, ants, and squirrels, as well as the surrounding landscape that holds diverse plant life such as cactus, trees, and tumbleweed. Included are Oliver’s vivid illustrations created in watercolor, acrylic, mixed media, and colored pencil. If Dirt Could Talk shares a collection of poems and illustrations that expressively explore the world of nature and its creatures.< Less
If Dirt Could Talk: A Collection of Verses By Ronald L. Oliver
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Ronald Oliver was first inspired to pen a collection of verses and illustrations while working on bullying prevention during the late eighties. In the second edition of If Dirt Could Talk, Oliver... More > focuses his poetic presentation on animal stories with the hope of encouraging others to fondly recall childhood experiences and rekindle their love of nature. Oliver’s poems reflect on many of nature’s creatures such as coyotes, ants, and squirrels, as well as the surrounding landscape that holds diverse plant life such as cactus, trees, and tumbleweed. Included are Oliver’s vivid illustrations created in watercolor, acrylic, mixed media, and colored pencil. If Dirt Could Talk shares a collection of poems and illustrations that expressively explore the world of nature and its creatures.< Less
Nogales lets talk Gardening and Organic food By John M. Wansor
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I try to present methods of overcoming the challenges of growing organic vegetables flowers and herbs in the desert southwest. Along with the problems of lack of water, soil and desert animals that... More > like to eat gardens, there is also the problem of pollution of the water and soil, as well as the chemicals sold by corporation stores for the modern gardener, such as Round-up. The science of plants as well as water are introduced.This copy has the recent ENCYCLICAL LETTER LAUDATO SI’ by Pope Francis I, as well as My design for a desert planter or raised garden.< Less
Groundsquirrel Teaches Bluejay to Talk: A First Grammar of Mingo Iroquois By Thomas McElwain
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A series of rollicking stories in which a groundsquirrel teaches a bluejay to speak an Iroquoian dialect, Mingo, in the mountains of West Virginia and other places. A beginners' grammar by Jordan... More > Lachler. A section of 70 quatrains introducing some Mingo names of plants, animals, and other spirits.< Less
Self Talk Secrets To Achieve CHEMICAL ENGINEER Career Success Easily By Imtiaz Syed
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Chemical Engineers:- Design chemical plant equipment and devise processes for manufacturing chemicals and products, such as gasoline, synthetic rubber, plastics, detergents, cement, paper, and pulp,... More > by applying principles and technology of chemistry, physics, and engineering. job titles: Process Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Engineer, Scientist, Project Engineer, Development Engineer, Engineering Scientist, Process Control Engineer, Process Development Engineer, Refinery Process Engineer< Less
Sit Under My Apple Tree: and we'll talk about friendship - PDF version By Kay Harms
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Sit Under My Apple Tree is an invitation to chat for a spell about the wonderful blessing of friendship. The author encourages you to be courageous, take initiative and take personal responsibility... More > in planting and cultivating friendships that are sweet, healthy and godly.< Less
The Holiday Garden By Jilly Karls
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The Holiday Garden is a tale of shrubs and flowers, trees and plants, who live in a garden belonging to wealthy and neglectful owners, and so it is that they have to fend for themselves. It is the... More > story of Big Dog, a handsome Cornus, who has escaped the incarceration of a nursery and has come to live in the Holiday Garden, and so found a small community of trees and plants who have become reliant upon each other for survival. It is an account of his love for the beautiful and elegant Pru, his tolerance of the annoying and nosy Mrs. Forsyth and his empathy for other smaller and more vulnerable plants and flowers. With so little human care it is the very real and sad truth of what happens when gardens and their residents are abandoned to the mercy of Mother Nature, and their unfailing optimism. Their little community suffers melancholy, unrequited love, happiness, and heartbreak. Their characters are dependent, simple, neighbourly, antisocial, generous and tender.< Less
Intelligence is Everywhere - Looking at Animals, Vegetables, and Minerals By Teresa Griffith
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Ever wondered what your cat is thinking or feel silly talking to your plants? Through this collection of stories and observations, explore intelligence in all its forms, and broaden your perspective... More > on this planet we call home.< Less

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