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Book: Pest Control by Sofia Diana Gabel
Joseph Vogorev hates spiders and loves money. As the president and CEO of chemical giant Pest No More, he develops a neurotoxin pesticide specially formulated to target only arachnid species. When outspoken environmentalist Gale Pacalis realizes the potential for planet-wide devastation, he wants more than anything to bring Vogorev down. With a host of quirky friends, he collects data to prove [...]
 
Book: Hunting Practices of the Wachiperi - Demystifying Indigenous Environmental Behavior by Rodolfo Tello
What makes indigenous peoples conserve or degrade biodiversity? This book addresses this question in a comprehensive yet accessible manner. In a context where indigenous ways of life can be significantly influenced by policies and practices guided by preconceived notions based on flawed assumptions, this book fills a critical gap in current knowledge about the changing environmental behavior of [...]
 
Book: Daisies are Forever by Sydell Voeller
April Heatherton, history teacher and volunteer firefighter, is determined to protect the land she holds dear, particularly the grave of an unknown pioneer woman who once trekked the Oregon Trail. Proposed logging operations are encroaching, and April soon finds herself organizing a local task force to try to stop them. Yet when April meets handsome Matt Spencer, son of the owner of Johnson [...]
 
Book: Serpenteens-Nature's Forces by Pol McShane
Kody Novak was an ordinary teenager. That was until the dreams started and he found out who he truly was. He discovered he could transform himself into a king cobra and could control the rain now he has real problems. The mythological world of snake gods and goddesses is proving to be very true. After discovering his real father is the snake god Shesha, he is suddenly thrust into a quest to [...]
 
Book: ALMIGHTY GORD OF ANTITHESIS by Appleton Schneider
Almighty Gord of Antithesis may be satire. Or not. So much is based on what the history of man shows us - the creativity yet carnage and chaos. There are many instances and images which might be offensive, even traumatic for some. And, too, in this book, too, there is cruelty combined with eroticism. For a man-eat-man menu (though food for thought is not an edible . . . those captured by the [...]
 
Book: Devil's Gold (ZEBRA Chronicles) by Julie Korzenko
"Fans of Alex Kava, Shannon McKenna, and Suzanne Brockmann will hope to see more of Cassidy and Jake." ~ Publishers Weekly (January 12, 2009) " ... an exciting thriller..." ~ Harriet Klausner, Midwest Book Reviews (March 2009) "With the wonderful characters, a page-turning plot, and interesting facts and details, Korzenko's Devil's Gold is a definite must-read." ~Vix, Ijustfinished.com (April [...]
 
Book: The Little Wave - An Adventure in Earthly Care by Stephen Lamoreaux
Even a small change can have big effects in the world around us. In the ecological children's book The Little Wave: An Adventure in Earthly Care - Part One, we learn how. A little wave is born in a pond and living a happy life, when a truck appears one day and sprays the surrounding fields causing the environment around the pond to change. The little wave does not understand why, until a duck [...]
 
Book: The Feline Comedy by Maria Ivana Trevisani Bach
This is basically an educational novel (bildungsroman): a fantasy novel - with highly innovative content and characters - in which magic, fantasy and mystery are intertwined. The story is about the friendship between young Martina and Leonardo, the magic cat Mozot, and their journey into a magical world that metaphorically describes the two youngsters' psychological progress from sorrow to [...]
 
Book: Trails in the Sand by P.C. Zick
Oil gushing from the depths of the Gulf of Mexico's floor. Petroleum-covered wildlife gasping for air. Tar balls pushing into the grassy habitat of marine life. Beaches suffocating with the smell of fossil fuel instead of salt air. All the while, sea turtles, in an ancient ritual, march from the sea, unaware of the dangers lurking for their precious cargo once hatched. The eggs laid sometimes [...]
 
Book: Dear Earth - A Love Letter from Spring Hollow by Radine Trees Nehring
It was to be just a weekend retreat, the cabin Radine Trees Nehring and her husband, John, built with their own hands on the land they bought in the Arkansas Ozarks. All they wanted was a once-a-week refuge from the stress and trials of life in the big city one hundred miles away. But the air, the forest, and the wildlife in the place they named Spring Hollow had a haunting magic they could never [...]
 
Book: Ascending Spiral - Humanity's Last Chance by Bob Rich
Join us on an epic journey older than civilization itself - Dr. Pip Lipkin has lived for 12,000 years, incarnated many times as man, woman, and even as species beyond our world and senses. But he's here for a reason: to pay restitution for an ancient crime by working to save humanity from certain destruction. Ascending Spiral is a book that will take the reader to many different places and times, [...]
 
Book: Picasso On a Napkin - Lyric Poems, Songs, Rants & Raps by David Simmonds
Picasso draws a sketch for peace and hope among poems of humour, bedlam, love and revenge. The Lyrics and Songs of Sunlight and Shadow include a project with a story outline for a musical. Other topics and themes ride the roller coaster that is human nature. This collection of verse confronts our planet in crisis but also contains, 'An Ode To A Zit'. With the following acknowledgment to Van [...]
 
Book: Murder by Deception (A John Lloyd Branson Mystery) by D.R. Meredith
At first glance, he was a fine figure of a man. Even the butcher knife buried in the middle of his chest didn't seriously detract ffrom his good looks. But that corpse, nude except for a pair of mismatched socks--and the butcher knife , of course--is trouble with a capital T for Leroy MacPherson, in whose wheat field the body is dumped, and rest of his extended family. It's also trouble for the [...]
 
Book: Dirty Fracking Business by Peter Ralph
The air and water in the Fisher Valley were pristine before a large energy corporation conned farmers and landowners into letting it have access to their land. Once on the land, it drilled and fracked coal seams deep below the surface, without a care for the air, ground and water it was polluting. When little Charlie Paxton, aged only six, dies from a mysterious form of cancer, his father, [...]
 
Book: Strange Love / Romance Not For Sale - Short Stories by Nowick Gray
Love stories from the twilight zone, these contemporary fairy tales of magic realism expose the dark and tender hearts of quirky characters seeking connection and redemption. Serving offbeat narratives, edgy realties, shifting identities, the stories blend the ironic with the erotic, nature and rural environments with the paranormal and surreal.
 
Book: Rise of Gaia by Kristin Ward
Our world is not all that it seems in this YA SciFi-Fantasy! Beneath rock and soil, trees and oceans, she lies. Under concrete jungles and poisoned rivers, she slumbers. She is Mother Earth. And mankind has turned its back on its mother. The visions begin on Terran's seventeenth birthday. Horrifying images pummel her brain, while a voice commands her to see beyond the world she thought she knew [...]
 
Book: The Chicken Little Agenda - Debunking by Robert G. Williscroft
A scientist takes on the distortions and outright lies foisted on the public! Robert G. Williscroft firmly establishes that the sky is not falling. By using scientific research and solid reasoning, he explains some of the most disturbing problems facing our nation including global warming, the safety of nuclear power, the politics of education, and the oxymoron of government efficiency. With a [...]
 
Book: Tortoise Stew - Florida Fiction, Book 1 by P.C. Zick
A wild and raucous ride through the crazy world of Florida politics - Kelly reported the news. But when a bomb is left on her desk, she becomes the news. Someone wants her to stop reporting on proposed developments that threaten to destroy the landscape and bucolic nature of rural Florida. Bart taught Kelly how to be a compassionate journalist. And in the process, he became the great love of her [...]
 
Book: From Thine Own Well by Norm Hamilton
Wonderfully realistic dystopian! Who controls the water controls the masses. Disillusioned former Yukon mining exploration worker, Landon McGuire, is torn from his self-imposed exile into a Canada he no longer recognizes.Water is a precious commodity, and the environment is contaminated. Individual rights are non-existent and corporate rule is the law a law enforced by the corporation's own [...]
 
Book: International Business Law - Cases and Materials by George D. Cameron III
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW: CASES AND MATERIALS is a timely and useful book. Uncounted millions of "international" transactions occur daily, as goods and services are purchased across the national boundaries of some 200 political units. Capital flows from nation to nation, and so to a lesser extent do jobs, as companies seek more favorable locations for their business operations. The "rules" [...]
 
Book: Mother Earth Loses Her Hat and Boots by Kamon Therrien
While writing another book, a friend asked me: "I am sick of seeing garbage everywhere, can you write a book about that?" I replied that I write children's books and my friend added: "Yes a story for children, that is what I mean, write a picture book that all children can read so they can grow into more respectful users of the earth." And a few weeks later Mother Earth was on my working table. [...]
 
Book: Alacrán, The Honey Badger by Bobby Warren Miller
Deciding how best to introduce this book was the most difficult part of the project. The story was already written for me in the form of a dispassionate diary. All I had to do was organize it, mix in some environmental trappings, sarcasm, a few jokes, send it to a proofreader and, with luck, I could pay the rent. On the way to the bank, an unamusing thing happened. I hadn't gotten through Chapter [...]
 
Book: The PlanetDeath Chronicles by James R. Womack
Power and profit minded people long denied the reality of climate change and ignore results of environmental proof. Citizens of governments that were the worst polluters didn't take action to stop the carnage. By the time they did it was literally too late. These stories are the chronicles of how the planetdeath of the once sapphire gem of the solar system unfolded.
 
Book: THE CITY OF THE GUARDIAN ANGELS (Astralia Wisdom Works Collection) by Piero A. La Franca
The City of the Guardian Angels is delicate modern story whose two humble main characters in an allegorical way represent the duality and complexity of the human mind. It has also significant environmental and a social messages that are of pivotal importance for the survival of our modern society and the welfare of humankind, plus a touch of humour and a bit of surprising mysticism.
 
Book: The Killer Trees (Richard Paladin Series) by David E. Manuel
A logging company's employees have been turning up mysteriously dead. Terrorist tree-huggers seem the likeliest culprits, and when what's at stake is a contract to fell a national forest in Oregon and the President of the United States just happens to be good friends with that company's CEO it's time to send in Richard Paladin, America's top Environmental Protection Agent. But Paladin may just [...]
 
Book: Whatever Became of Sin? by B. Roman
On a flight to Washington D.C., the past twelve years of Michael Warren's life begin to unravel. An environmental lobbyist, Michael is on his way to testify before a Senate Committee, and destroy the plans for a housing development built on land tainted with the same toxic waste that killed his six-year-old daughter, Dominique. A cassette handed to Michael by a stranger on the plane changes [...]
 
Book: The Boy Who Flew With Eagles (Mythic Adventure Collection Book 1) by Ben Woodard
By the light of leaping flames an old man weaves a heart-pounding tale. A story of a time of great hunger when man and beast might die. Only one boy can save his people and the other creatures from starvation. But he must face a terrifying challenge. The story combines myth, environmental awareness and the concept of working together. Action and adventure in a short middle grade novel with [...]
 
Book: World Shaken - Guardians of the Zodiac by J.J. Excelsior
World Shaken: Guardians of the Zodiac I introduces us to a diverse and strong group of guardians who must each use their individual talents to tackle extreme and sometimes dire situations on their home planets. Whether it is civil unrest on Venus, environmental disasters on Pluto, or the world war on the Moon, the guardians quickly learn that they must collaborate in order to serve the greater [...]
 
Book: Baehrly Breathing (Goldie Locke and the Were Bears #1) by Elizabeth A Reeves
A spin-off of the popular Cindy Eller series. The first book in the Goldie Locke and the Were Bears series. It's difficult to be taken seriously when you are a member of the Magical community and saddled with the unfortunate name 'Goldie Locke'. It certainly doesn't help if you are also about five feet tall, blond, and most commonly described as 'cute.'. What was a girl to do? Become one of the [...]
 
Book: Harding, A Two Dollar Novel by Don Fleury
You know me. I was the guy who stepped in front of you at the coffee shop with just a smile and a nod of the head. You didn't seem to mind. I was the cool kid in high school and the one to hang with from the college frat. That was then. Now I go mostly unnoticed; too many late nights, too much alcohol, way too many mornings waking up next to the wrong woman. I have endangered most of my [...]
 


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