- Book: Tickle Monster Laughter Kit
- Author: Josie Bissett, Kevan Atteberry
- Number of pages: 36
- E-book file-sizes: 0.43 – 1.48 Mb
Share the treasured gift of laughter with your child! Josie Bissett’s enchanted new book is well on its way to becoming a celebrated children’s classic. A loveable monster with big puffy mitts has just flown in from Planet Tickle. His mission is to bring joy and laughter to Planet Earth. How? By tickling any child who happens to follow along in this book. Parents read aloud and do the tickling while their children squirm and giggle with delight.The book comes with magical blue Tickle Monster mitts, with holes in the fingertips to make it easy for parents to instantly transform themselves into Tickle Monster and turn pages while tickling.Read more Read less
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- Book: Issues, Tissues and Miss Yous
- Author: Mike Haszto
- Number of pages: 202
- E-book file-sizes: 2.42 – 8.32 Mb
The heart is one of the strongest muscles in the human body. Not only physically does it keep all of us alive, but mentally and spiritually it works overtime to keep all of us somewhat balanced, happy and in the game of life. As we all know, the latter two mentioned are not entirely comfortable with the challenges that life presents to us. Here is a collection of poems from an emotional and passionate leader among poets that will stir up memories, conjure up emotions both of positiveness and emptiness, and put you in each scene that will give you the opportunity to develop new feelings and perspectives…Read more Read less
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- Book: The Child Thief: A Novel
- Author: Dan Smith
- Number of pages: 352
- E-book file-sizes: 4.22 – 14.52 Mb
In the tradition of City of Thieves and Child 44, a troubled First World War veteran races across the frozen steppe of 1930s Ukraine to save a child from a shadowy killer with unthinkable plans.Luka is a war veteran who now wants only to have a quiet life with his family. His village has, so far,remained hidden from the advancing Soviet brutality. But everything changes the day the stranger arrives,pulling a sled bearing a terrible cargo.When the villagers’ fear turns deadly, they think they have saved themselves. But their anger has cursed them: in the chaos, a little girl has vanished. Luka is the only man with the skills to find who could have stolen a child in these frozen lands—and besides, the missing girl is best friend to Luka’s daughter, and he swears he will find her.Together with his sons, Luka sets out in pursuit across lands ravaged by war and gripped by treachery.Soon they realize that the man they are tracking is no ordinary criminal, but a skillful hunter with the child as the bait in his twisted game. It will take all of Luka’s strength to battle the harshest of conditions, and all of his wit to stay a step ahead of Soviet authorities. And though his toughest enemy is the man he tracks,his strongest bond is a promise to his family back home.Read more Read less
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- Book: How To Milk a Dinocow!
- Author: Ian Sands, Abby Davies
- Number of pages: 67
- E-book file-sizes: 0.8 – 2.75 Mb
If a freak milk accident that sparks life to a half cow, half stegosaurus isn’t weird enough, imagine how strange it’s going to get when Trip Stanley’s class starts drinking the milk! Trip Stanley’s best friend Jules spills a glass of creamery milk onto his uncle’s dinosaur machine and activates the contraption. A creature hatches and grows rapidly into a black and white spotted stegosaurus with and an udder. A stegcowsaurus. When the last bottle of creamery milk that Jules had planned to bring to school for show and tell is knocked over, Trip decides to milk the stegcowsaurus. Everyone in class is given a taste and the reaction causes spots and horns. One classmate even grows a tail. It’s up to Trip to figure out how to de-dinosaur his classmates and keep from getting kicked out of school, all while preventing his mom from discovering the stegcowsaurus in his bedroom. With angry classmates and an upset teacher in his living room, Trip finds a solution in his own advice, when life give you lemons you make lemonade. Realizing the correlation between milk and lemons, Trip reverses the beverages and changes his classmates back into classmates and his dinocow into a cow.
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- Book: The Talent Review Meeting Facilitator’S Guide: Tools, Templates, Examples and Checklists for Talent and Succession Planning Meetings
- Author: Doris Sims
- Number of pages: 112
- E-book file-sizes: 1.34 – 4.61 Mb
The Talent Review Meeting Facilitator’s Guide provides practical advice, checklists, examples and tools to assist Human Resource Professionals who are responsible for planning and facilitating Talent and Succession Review Meetings. Use this book as your planning guide to be fully prepared for the Talent Review Meeting process, which is a critical component of an overall successful Talent and Succession Strategy.
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- Book: Anything Worth Doing: A true story of adventure, friendship and tragedy on the last of the West’s great rivers
- Author: Jo Deurbrouck
- Number of pages: 216
- E-book file-sizes: 2.59 – 8.91 Mb
2012 NATIONAL OUTDOOR BOOK AWARD WINNERAnything Worth Doing tells the unforgettable true story of larger-than-life whitewater raft guides Clancy Reece and Jon Barker, two men who share a love of wild rivers and an unbending will to live life on their terms, no matter the cost. Clancy’s motto, ‘Anything worth doing is worth overdoing,’ leads them into a decade of beautiful–and beautifully strange–river adventures. Then, on June 8, 1996, in pursuit of a 24-hour speed record they intend to share only with a handful of friends, the men launch Clancy’s handmade dory, his proudest possession, onto Idaho’s renowned Salmon River at peak flood of an extreme high water year. This time the odds catch up with them. With clarity reminiscent of Krakauer’s Into the Wild, whitewater veteran Jo Deurbrouck carries us down the West’s great rivers and into the hearts, minds and homes of that rare breed for whom security is optional but freedom and passion are not. Anything Worth Doing–taut and efficient, yet rich with insight–is destined to become an adventure classic.
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- Book: Teach Me Everyday Japanese (Teach Me… (Teach Me Tapes))
- Author: Judy Mahoney, Linda Nelson, Patrick Girouard
- Number of pages: 32
- E-book file-sizes: 0.38 – 1.31 Mb
- CD file-sizes: 438 – 584 Mb
Bring Italian language learning alive with this 32-page brilliantly illustrated book with companion audio CD. Listen, learn and sing along with classic songs for children in this new dual language format. A perfect place to start exploring the Italian language with children of all ages!
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- Book: You Are the Treasure That I Seek: But There’s a Lot of Cool Stuff Out There, Lord
- Author: Greg Dutcher
- Number of pages: 140
- E-book file-sizes: 1.68 – 5.78 Mb
In the Old Testament you could spot idolatry quickly, and throwing an idol into the fire or knocking over a stone altar seemed to be an easy solution. What about today? Are idols just a part of the Old Testament past or of an Indiana Jones adventure? In You Are the Treasure That I Seek, Pastor Greg Dutcher takes a new look at an old problem with witty and relevant insights to help you identify idolatry in this modern world. What captures and holds your attention? Discover the true treasure that you seek: the incomparable beauty of Christ. You’ll find questions at the end of each chapter, making this a great book for individual or group use.
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- Book: Real Estate Investment: A Value Based Approach (Springer Texts in Business and Economics)
- Author: G Jason Goddard, Bill Marcum
- Number of pages: 312
- E-book file-sizes: 3.74 – 12.87 Mb
This book fills a gap in the existing resources available to students and professionals requiring an academically rigorous, but practically orientated source of knowledge about real estate finance. Written by a bank vice-president who for many years has practiced as a commercial lender and who teaches real estate investment at university level, and an academic whose area of study is finance and particularly valuation, this book will lead readers to truly understand the fundamentals of making a sound real estate investment decision. The focus is primarily on the valuation of leased properties such as apartment buildings, office buildings, retail centers, and warehouse space, rather than on owner occupied residential property.
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- Book: How I Played the Game: An Autobiography
- Author: Byron Nelson, Arnold Palmer
- Number of pages: 304
- E-book file-sizes: 3.65 – 12.56 Mb
“Byron Nelson was one of golf’s greatest legends. He was one of the finest golfers ever to pick up a putter, and the man who had the most magnificent year any golfer has ever had—1945, when he won an incredible eighteen PGA tournaments, including eleven in a row, and finished second in seven others.How I Played the Game is the beautifully told tale, in his own words, of a man determined to be the best ever: his hardscrabble rural Texas upbringing and his near-death experience with typhoid fever; his early years as a caddie at Fort Worth’s Glen Garden Country Club (where as a 15-year-old he beat another young caddie named Ben Hogan in the Caddie Championship); the lean years as an amateur and as a young pro during the Depression; and the golden years of the 1940s, when he invented the modern golf swing and forged the legend of “”Lord Byron.””Even after his sudden retirement (the real reason for which is finally revealed here) his impact on the game never lessened. Besides his many years as an insightful TV golf commentator, he was mentor to several future golf champions, Ken Venturi and Tom Watson among them. And he continued to play top-caliber golf with the greats of the game, like Hogan, Jack Nicklaus, and Arnold Palmer, and some who were less than great—President Eisenhower, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and a host of others.Laced throughout with scores of priceless stories, anecdotes, opinions, and even golf tips, and with an in-depth, event-by-event recreation of his golden year, 1945, How I Played the Game is golf writing and remembrance of the highest order—irresistible reading for every golfer and fan.”
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