Angel Mommy is a moving and compelling account of the nightmarish world of bulimia, one which few people experience firsthand. The author has the courage to allow her readers entrance into this world and the desperate struggle, at times one of life or death, in which she has been engaged for most of her life. A normal, bright and attractive teenager, she gradually slipped into the cycle of binging and purging which became the driving force of her existence, and which threatened not only her life, but the lives of her unborn children. Ultimately, it is the love for her son and daughter which has given her the courage to live, and to write this sensitive and inspiring book, which provides a testament to the strength of the human spirit.
In the battle of his life, the prince of this scripture is in the beginning lost and unable to see what is right. He ends up confused with his will and courage all gone.
Then as the battle is about to start, an avatar begins to speak to the prince. In the second chapter, this God-realized avatar begins his lessons by teaching the prince about the soul.
He quietly starts to speak, “My prince, the soul was never born, nor shall it cease to be. There was not a time it did not exist, and no time shall come when it will not remain. It is untouched, unassailed, unharmed and eternal.”
So begins one of the many lessons taught in this ancient scripture. The prince listens and begins to understand the proper path to emancipation and spiritual greatness. And by understanding, the prince lays down an empowering journey for all. His path ends as a guiding light to all those who have longingly felt the homing instinct of the soul.
Ownership is probably the most commonly shared dream of Americans. Home building is a big step, so it’s smart to put a lot of thought, time and planning into the process of building your new home.
What does this mean to you regarding your first home? Will it be your last? This should be a fun-filled and positive experience of a lifetime, not a nightmare!
Having a Home Built? Know Your Ten Commandments! will give you a solid foundation and help step by step. It will establish a clear blueprint and a well thought-out plan before you dig into the unknown. The right information can be an invaluable tool. This book must be kept with you from the start to the completion of your new home.
Whatever your dream may be, a thoughtful analysis of what is most important to your family, lifestyle and budget will help ensure that the experience of buying or having your new home built will be one of the most pleasant experiences of your life.
Stacy Mantle has been described as “…the Erma Bombeck of animals” by readers of her online column. Witty and insightful, the author leads her readers on a series of adventures based on actual events. The book begins with the arrival of Malachi and Aquilla, two rescued wolf dogs, and progresses through the life of Tristan, a very intelligent coyote, his neurotic sidekick Roscoe (a beagle), and the abrupt arrival of nine indoor house cats.
The result is a hilarious, inspiring and wildly entertaining collection of interconnected stories. This is a comedy, a romance and an adventure novel, all woven together with a philosophical approach to life. It is the life of a woman who has raised wolf hybrids and coyotes in the city, and has been chased by elk in the mountains of Colorado. It is the story of someone who has brought nature into her home and has learned to live in relative harmony with animals of all species even, on occasion, the human species.
Good Morning Sun by Jenny Kochersperger is the story of the Sun’s travels around the world. The friendly Sun greets each country to a new morning in the native language of the people, while floating by several fascinating landmarks.
The delightful story with its colorful illustrations teaches children about different cultures, as well as famous places of interest in various countries.
Good Morning Sun is written for children ages 5 to 10.
A saga of a boy from the Bronx who quite simply loved baseball. Some fifty years later, his passion for the game never waning, he embarked upon a journey that crisscrossed most of America and part of Canada to fulfill his dream…to visit all 28 Major League Baseball stadiums in one season and witness a game in each.
Is Rancho Vista the cradle of unconditional love or a wilderness sex cult? Dr. Cyrus Aaron calls the Ranch his “human relations laboratory.” Is he a courageous advocate for youth or a psychopathic predator?
Dr. Aaron’s young proteges believe he’s their savior, but are horrified by what they do with the power he gives them.
Aaron’s star pupil, Steve, yearns to be like his brilliant mentor. But growing up means becoming himself instead.
Can You Show Me? by Susan Stempson & Zenobia Husser is an engaging and playful learning experience for your child. “Let’s read the book… It’s so much fun with lots of pictures to see. Come and join in, Little One…Can you show me?”
What would it be like to leave everything you’ve known behind in search of a new life? What would it be like to travel west when the country was young and trying to rebuild itself after the Civil War? What would it be like to see a town that looked inviting and decide in a matter of minutes that this is where you will settle—not knowing anyone or anything about the town? Could you be this brave and leave all ties behind to seek new adventures?
Well, Jamie Burton was. With his M.D. from Boston University, Dr. Jamie Burton headed west to establish a practice. During a brief stop in a small river town in central Missouri, Jamie saw enough to want to stay. This looked like a place where he could hang out his shingle, make some new friends and, hopefully, find someone to share his life. Would it be the best decision of his life or a huge mistake? In Quest for a Younger Love, as Jamie’s life unfolds, he learns that prescribing medicine is not always the best or only way to help others.
These are true stories of airmen who didn’t return from bombing missions over Europe. To those flying with them, they were simply gone. Many died in fiery crashes, while others became POWs or Evadees. A few were captured and later escaped and a small number were shot in their parachutes or killed after landing. Back at home, the families waited, often not knowing if a loved one survived. The stories are about the struggle to survive, so that blue star proudly hanging in the window at home wouldn’t be replaced by a gold one.
They are accounts of love, duty and courage. Some include information about those who aided the downed airmen. Each is placed in the context of what was happening elsewhere in the world at the time. The author shares background history of how each story came to be, often with surprising revelations. Painstakingly researched, this book is a must read for anyone interested in 20th Century American history, particularly for those interested in WWII.