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Book: Capuchin Tour Guide by John Robert McCauley
In this story, Costa Rican historic events are intertwined with fiction. Regina, who was raised on the United Fruit Company Palm Oil Plantation near Manuel Antonio National Park, embarks on an amazing adventure chasing a symbol of immortality. She escapes devastating volcanic eruptions, jungle dangers and street gangs in a mesmerizing narrative which features vivid detail and pictures and [...]
 
Book: Technology versus Ecology - Human Superiority and the Ongoing Conflict with Nature by Robert A. Schultz
Although human beings are technically part of the ecosystem, there still remains a conceptual conflict between technology and nature. These concerns highlight the idea of human superiority in which the priority is given to technology versus living in synchronization with nature. Technology versus Ecology: Human Superiority and the Ongoing Conflict with Nature explores the issues revolving around [...]
 
Book: Orchids and Ice (June Kato Intrigue) by Kay Hadashi
ORCHIDS AND ICE is the mystery story of June Kato as she investigates odd occurrences while on vacation in Hawaii. It doesn't stop at odd. When benign threats turn to gruesome murder, June does what she believes is right by going to the police. But her evidence doesn't match what the police have found. It isn't long before a mystery she wants nothing to do with leads her into a race for her life!
 
Book: My Ayahuasca Nightmare by Tracy Ruth Waters
Tracy Waters first wrote this book under the title 'From Rape to Forgiveness and the Journey home'. The book was taken from diaries and memoirs written over a period of ten years while trying to heal from a painful divorce, and a long recovery from a car accident. The failing of western medicine found her down in Peru looking for alternative methods to heal from a diagnosis of brain damage. From [...]
 
Book: Old Poison - A Diana Hunter Thriller by Joan Francis
When PI Diana hunter strips away multiple layers of deception and false leads she learns that Evelyn Lilac's novel, The Martian Diary, is more than science fiction. Hidden within this fantastic story are allegation of corporate greed and crime that could lead to ecological disaster. When Evelyn is murdered in the same bazar manner as her fictional heroin, Diana finds herself at the vortex of a [...]
 
Book: Surry The Grumpy Hippo by Liberty Dendron
A haunting story of a Grumpy old Hippo. When Surry the Hippo runs the other animals out of his section of the forest. Mother Nature attacks his valley with hurricanes and rain that refused to leave. But the animals find a way into Surry's valley climbing over a mountain. When the animals returned, plants and trees begin to bloom. After seeing his valley return to life again, Surry changes and [...]
 
Book: Brazil by Errol Lincoln Uys
Through the lives of two powerful families, Brazil is the first work of fiction to depict five turbulent centuries in the history of a remarkable land. Brazil is an intensely human story, brutal and violent, tender and passionate. Perilous explorations through the Brazilian wilderness...the perpetual clash of pioneer and native, visionary and fortune hunter, master and slave...the thunder of war [...]
 
Book: Dinosaurs 101 - What Everyone Should Know about Dinosaur Anatomy, Ecology, Evolution, and More
DINOSAURS 101 is your one-stop source for everything you should know about dinosaurs and paleontology. Authored by world-renowned paleontologists, this book masterfully breaks down the otherwise complex world of dinosaurs and paleontology into well-organized and easy to understand language, concepts, and lessons. Further facilitating the reader's knowledge of dinosaurs and paleontology, this book [...]
 
Book: Saving Eden - An International Ecology romance by S C Hamill
SAVING EDEN featuring WARD THOMAS. An Ecology Romance. New Edition. The Small Town American Girl. The Englishman, and the Frog! Amazon review 5 stars; To generate that level of emotion in a reader in respect of a fictional character is a brilliant achievement on the part of the author Amazon review 5 stars; An entertaining read which I highly recommend if you want a charming romance that is a [...]
 
Book: Beyond the Forest (Gem Powers Series Book 1) by Kay L. Ling
"A bright fantasy for readers who are tired of exaggerated violence and slippery morals." -- Kirkus Reviews Lana can draw arcane powers from gemstones. When she started reading the folklore, it sounded farfetched. She should have closed the books right then and walked away. Special abilities are nothing but trouble. Someone always wants you to do something impossible. Or dangerous. Usually both. [...]
 
Book: The Forest Tournament by Alan Riches
After the London Olympics 2012 an Inspiration for a children's book came to me. What about writing a story involving various animal competing against each other in a very secret place tucked away in the forest. Only animals would be able to attend and maybe complete. Big Grandad and his family of mice including his two Grandsons manage to acquire tickets to the event. Unknown to the two little [...]
 
Book: Giants in the Forest - Abenaki Legends (The Adventures of Gluskabe Book 2) by Kamon Therrien
In Gluskabe's time, the squirrel was not the cute little rodent leaping from branch to branch that we see nowadays. It was a frightening beast, the size of the largest bear. "Gluskabe, I'm not afraid of your humans, the ALNOBAK. If they dare coming near my territory I will fight them, I will crush them. I will mash them into cranberry compote!" the squirrel retorted in a threatening tone.
 
Book: When Dreams Do Come True by Florence Witkop
What if you have a dream that is so real it's scary? What if the little girl in that dream is lost and only you can lead her to safety? And what if you're surrounded by people you know who will laugh if you tell them what's happening? What do you do? What should you do? This novelette tells of one woman who has such a dream and makes a decision that ends up altering her entire life.
 
Book: Strike Three by Joy V. Smith
Because of the "hot virus," the devastation of WWIII is more horrible than the worse case scenario, and missiles fired in retaliation gave new meaning to "Scorched Earth". There were scattered warnings, which only a few heeded in time. No one ever imagined they would have to start from scratch--and bare dirt. What to save--and where? Could we start over? How? Can a new world grow/move beyond the [...]
 
Book: Tipping Point by Rain Stickland
Mackenzie knew the power grid was going down. She was warned. So she spent years coming up with a way to survive and protect her daughter at the same time. When major cities start going dark, and supply lines to millions of people are cut, Mackenzie is suddenly faced with an entire litany of situations she wasn't expecting, and isn't prepared for.
 
Book: Love in the Rain by Adam Mann
By a sheer stroke of bad luck Henry gets caught in a tropical storm whilst he's swimming in the sea. He sensibly gets out of the water and finds shelter in a beach house, and a few moments later is joined by an equally sodden rain drenched lady. Felicity is cold and wet and she has nothing dry to wear so she asks Henry to hold her so that they can both benefit from their body warmth until the [...]
 
Book: Reluctant Date by Sheila Claydon
In a rut, and with her love life at an all time low, Claire Harris makes a New Year's resolution to join an Internet dating agency. Her challenge is twelve dates or twelve months, whichever comes first, unless she is lucky enough to meet Mister Right along the way. On her final date, and convinced that only frogs are left in the dating pool, she is relieved that it's nearly over...until she meets [...]
 
Book: A Killing Rain (Louis Kincaid 6) by PJ Parrish
"From the startling opening to the stunning finale, a masterpiece of shock and surprise, a gritty Florida tale told with relentless skill. P.J. Parrish's best book yet." - Mystery Scene magazine - Shamus and Anthony Award finalist! A deep freeze is bearing down on the Florida Everglades, the kind of brutal storm the locals call a killing rain. For detective Louis Kincaid, the coldest night of the [...]
 
Book: Alligators Overhead by C. Lee McKenzie
Alligators, witches and a spooky mansion aren't your average neighbors . . . not unless you live at the edge of the Ornofree swamp in the backwater town of Hadleyville. Pete Riley may only be eleven, but he's already up to his eyeballs in big trouble, and this time the town's bad boy, Pete, didn't cause it. This time the trouble arrived when a legendary hundred-year-old mansion materialized next [...]
 
Book: Escaping the Smoke and Rain - Moving Through and Beyond the Jehovah's Witness Community by Shauna May
Breaking free from the Jehovah's Witness community would be the test that would become my testimony. There I was climbing the ice-clad rungs of a rickety old ladder, anchored in a bed of snow, hanging Christmas lights for the very first time. I was convinced no other symbol would illumine my debut as brightly or as swiftly as this. It felt exhilarating yet terrifying all at once like standing on [...]
 
Book: The Rain Man Murders by N.E. Brown
1972, DALLAS, TEXAS Pounding rains flooded the rivers, streams, and lakes in Dallas, Texas, depressing the city, darkening the days, and leading to murder. Detective Mark Wilder had been weathering some storms of his own for a long time. The loss of his beloved several years ago remained stained deep into his heart. Detective Wilder was good at his job and then the storms came. The first body was [...]
 
Book: The Masterpiece - The Beginning of a Journey by Robinson Rojas
Life is full of different events taking place that affect us spiritually, socially, physically, and emotionally. My poetry helps people who want to be happy in their life and get away from all the negativity around them. People will connect with these poems because it's based on actual life experiences that occurs to most of us.
 
Book: Three Green Rats; An Eco Tale by Linda Mason Hunter & Suzanne Summersgill
Second place 2013 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards. Finalist 2012 ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Awards. An urban fantasy for ages 7-11 empowering kids to live a sustainable life in balance with nature. Early chapter book. 40+ illustrations. Glossary. Juvenile Fiction. Ecology. Environment. Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. That's the theme of Three Green Rats. Once inside the fictitious city of Tintown [...]
 
Book: Feng Shui Every Day by Roy Anthony Shabla
Newly revised and updated. This is a practical feng shui book anyone can use. Simple, clear ideas about architecture that will change your life. Includes secret information most masters will not reveal. Do not buy or remodel a house without it. This book is your most important purchase during difficult economic times. Highly praised by feng shui experts. Feng shui is the ancient science of [...]
 
Book: Rain Clouds and Waterfalls by Piper Templeton
A novel told in short stories, follow young Ellen as she narrates each story of love, loss, longing, friendship, and entrapment. Inspired by the artistry of the Beatles, each story is framed by a Beatles song or actual Beatles event. Follow Ellen's journey from 1976 to 1990: Her beloved brother's disappearance from the family, which she carries with her throughout the book; her navigation through [...]
 
Book: My Country - Essays and Stories from the Edge of Wilderness by Nowick Gray
Back-to-the-land memoir weaves essay, story, nature and magic realism, homesteading and wilderness survival. My Country expands the containers of essay and story, adventure and lyric, naturalism and fantasy, to overlap and mingle in this collection unified in its spirit of place, the forests and mountains of interior British Columbia.
 
Book: Gauntlet by Terry Lloyd Vinson
Fifty one contestants, each over forty years of age and having earned the distinction of representing their state of birth, vie for the ultimate prize in a futuristic foot race that will stretch the limits of sanity and endurance. Tasked to compete within a billion-dollar, state of the art dome located at the center of a vast, desolate desert range, the racers soon discover the challenge of [...]
 
Book: Healing Rain by Katy Newton Naas
Some people just naturally seem to have it all. Until five months ago, sixteen-year-old Rain Sawyer was one of those people. She had the perfect life, with a loving, wealthy family and a strong Christian faith, complete with popularity, sports, clubs, and good grades. When one tragic incident shatters everything Rain thought she knew, she finds herself five hours away, starting over in a small [...]
 
Book: Captain Cloud and the Dark Invader by David Tish
Do Lightning, Thunder and Dark Clouds Scare Your Young Child? Captain Cloud and the Dark Invader can help kids weather the storm The unknown can be very scary, particularly if you're a young child. Captain Cloud and the Dark Invader by author David Tish might be the solution to that problem. By telling an exciting story while at the same time teaching children what lightning and thunder are, the [...]
 
Book: The Rain Song (The Zeppelin Series Book 1) by Janice Grove
Small towns are known for summer picnics, neighborhood softball games, and cozy shops on Main Street not being home to things of the paranormal. So when the Remingtons take in another child in need of safe haven they are completely unprepared for the people and creatures that come to claim him. Nick and Angela Remington were living their American dream while helping disadvantaged kids. The last [...]
 
Book: Meet the Imaginative Joe Dreamer by Karlene Stewart
Joe Dreamer is a little boy with a big imagination. At the age of 5, he finds that he can channel his frustrations and imagination into his creative passions and so begins a series of exciting adventures. In Meet the Imaginative Joe Dreamer, Joe goes to the beach with his parents on a rainy day and, while that could have been a source of disappointment for some, Joe uses it to imagine a whale [...]
 
Book: Racing With The Rain by Ken Puddicombe
Racing With The Rain: A fast moving rain cloud in an otherwise clear sky triggers a sudden downpour and people run for cover. Is it possible to outrun the rain? Can one ever really escape the past?Guyanese born and Canadian naturalized Carl Dias will find out as he returns for his father's funeral. His visit will bring him in conflict with a government that is facing threats from an expat group [...]
 
Book: Black Jaguar Green Jade - A Maya Mystery by Sylvia Andrews
A story set in the jungles of Belize introducing Maya, a high school student in Tucson who realizes her hopes of joining and archaeological dig and her wildest dreams of fantasy and adventure. She must also confront drug dealers, kidnappers, and her feelings for Balam, a young Maya prince while translating glyphs and digging in the steamy jungle near a beautiful beach. With the help of her [...]
 
Book: Box of Rain (Street Stories Book 3) by Debra R. Borys
Cousins Shorty Davis and Booker T Brooks grew up in pretty much the same circumstances: single mother, too many siblings crowded into a small ghetto apartment. So what makes one kid choose violence as his method to survive living on the streets and the other choose education? Chicago reporter Jo Sullivan doesn't know or have time to worry about it. She's dealing with her own issues when her [...]
 
Book: Glossolalia (The Agents of the Nevermind Book 1) by Tantra Bensko
What if your subconscious determined the fate of nations? Readers Favorite Award Gold Medal Winner - No one but her uncle Geoff would hire Nancy, considering her habit of snapping out of amnesiac fugues, wondering where she got her bruises and the scent of men's cologne. When she sees a crime of poison in progress at his company, D-CIDE, she chases the truck carrying away the chemical legally [...]
 


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