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  • The How To Stuff (Right) Book

    Glen P. Aylward

    In this humorous look at everyday life, psychologist Dr. Wayward explains how to deal with everyday situations using findings from his extensive (and field-tested) research. Learn how to do stuff (the right way) with Dr Wayward's expert advice on everything from wine tasting and buying a car to raising toddlers and maintaining the perfect garden lawn that's sure to impress those neighbors when they peek ou

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  • Ordinary People, More Extraordinary Tales

    Sue Reeder

    An eclectic collection of stories about ghosts and other supernatural phenomena from around the UK, the US and Canada.   There is the story about the father who passed away, leaving his daughter a message from beyond the grave about her at-th

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  • English Spelling Explained

    Masha Bell

    In every English-speaking country, roughly one in six children find it impossible to learn to read and write well enough to cope with secondary schooling or the literacy demands of modern life. This failure tends to be blamed, predominantly, on poor teaching and inadequate parenting. Government ministers put teachers under relentless pressure to improve their methods and raise standards. They also run expensive me

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  • White Magic: A Holistic Guide to Self-Initiation

    Elana Muriels

    Everything you ever wanted to know about white magic (the good magic) and all that's associated with it, explained in clear, meaningful detail by an author who is a recognised expert on the subject.   White magic is described as a modern pagan religion and typically consists of prayers, ritual and benevolent spells often including objects thought to bring luck to the carrier, using tal

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  • In The Dog House

    Christine Cornforth

    Written from the heart and mind of a true dog lover, Christine Cornforth tells it how it is, not only to own a dog but to understand them. There are many breeds of dog with all sorts of different temperaments and traits. Centred on her love of Great Danes, Cornforth openly tells of the trials and tribulations encountered with a sense of humour - after all, dogs are fun and like it or not they are a part of the fam

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  • Mother's Nurture

    Todd Lawson LaTourrette

    A truly powerful collection of beautiful paintings by K LaTourrette, compiled by her loving, and ever-grateful son. Mother's Nurture couples inspiring artwork, beside heart-warming dedications from her endlessly appreciative family. With pages packed-full of love and admiration, viewing this book will leave you with a warm heart and a longing to nurture your own loved ones. &n

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  • The Smart Norwood Kid. The Hijacking of Christianity

    John Mario Cavuoto

    John Mario Cavuoto was born the child of a migrant family, growing up in Australia in the 1960s. Having been the victim of the cane at a strict convent school for asking too many questions, he now takes us on an interesting and humorous journey through the reasoning behind much of the religious information we accept in our daily lives. John's story delves into many questions relating to the Bible, the h

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  • Monsters Of Sham State

    Jamal Abozaid

    Hafiz al-Assad, one of the most controversial dictators in the Middle East, ruled Syria for thirty years and played a central role in the events and conflicts in the region.  Jamal Abozaid tells the story of al-Assad as a young man on his way to notoriety and worldwide abhorrence. Al-Assad claimed tens of thousands of lives and left behind thousands of prisoners, orphans and widows before his death in

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  • While you are waiting stories

    Peter Robson

    While You Are Waiting Stories by Peter Robson is an entertaining and amusing collection of short stories to fill a pleasant hour or two. Described in compelling and flowing narrative, you will learn about the unintentional success of an unlikely artist and the series of coincidences and, occasionally, unfortunate events which befall him. This is a story from the author's imagination. However draw

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  • No Empty Vessels

    Bernard Rourke

    Have you ever thought about where your own personality comes from? Have you ever considered that your own mind might contain an ancestral core? Do you really believe we are born as an 'empty vessel'? No Empty Vessels explores the complicated mysteries of our minds, thinking about the Subconscious, the Conscious and the Inherited mind. What are they there for? What do they make

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  • Tokyo - Thanks (but No Thanks) For The Memories

    K. Leberson

    Have you ever wondered what it would really be like to live and work in the so-called safest city on Earth? Take a brief stroll through the mind of a person who has seen and experienced a little more than he bargained for, throughout the eight years he has-at times proudly, at others, shamefully-called Tokyo home. Look through the eyes that have seen the shocking secrets that a city has, until recently, don

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  • Some Dead Do Come Back

    Heinz Leisner

    In 1934, I was born into a working class family. There were never aspirations on my part to advance to a higher position in life either social or financial, I was happy to be as I was. However, inquisitive was my mind, and so in some ways the disruption in my life came with opportunities. The saddest point in my life came when my brother died at the age of ten, and I felt very strongly that I was partly to blame f

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