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Book: Nosey Charlie Chokes On A Wiener! - The Adventures of Nosey Charlie (One of The Adventures of Nosey Charlie Book 3) by Yvonne Blackwood
A squirrel's Joy of summers in a big city ... An exquisitely illustrated, fun and delightful picture book for Kids 3-8; perfect for anytime reading, in paperback & Kindle versions. The indomitable Nosey Charlie is at it again! Nosey Charlie Chokes on a Wiener is the third book in the Nosey Charlie Adventure series. A little orphaned squirrel who was raised in the country, Charlie recently moved [...]
 
Book: Hiking NJ Trails -- Hunterdon County & Beyond - You Can Get There From Here Too by Alice Oldford
Are you eager to embrace the outdoors and what Mother Nature has to offer, get your family involved or perhaps learn some local history? You can find what you need in Hunterdon and the surrounding Counties. Check out Taylor Steelworkers Historic Greenway in High Bridge, a wonderful source of history dating to the Revolutionary War. For an environmental lesson, try Merrill Creek Reservoir in [...]
 
Book: Beyond The Milky Way (The Galaxy Series Book 1) by Aithal
Are we alone? Three astronauts go to space in search of a planet that probably has water one of the basic elements for humanity to survive. Do they find it? What else do they find? They encounter something something strange beyond their wildest imaginations, and their mission-to-explore becomes a mission-to-survive. They experience something that makes them question their beliefs. All the things [...]
 
Book: You Can Get There From Here - Hiking Hunterdon County Trails by Alice Oldford and Sue Dziamara
What are you looking for in a hiking trail -- a place to reflect, a place to engage friends for lively conversation and debate, a place to spend quality family time . . . Whatever you seek in a hiking trail, it is right here among the trails within Hunterdon County. Our trails offer a wide variety of distances, hiking levels and scenic views.Sunnyside near the 9-11 Memorial is an ideal place to [...]
 
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: Return To Earth (The Galaxy Series Book 2) by Aithal
After their shuttle met with an accident and landed on a strange planet, the three astronauts return to Earth with the help of the aliens. However, they end up returning in the wrong time in the future. What they experience truly shocks them. They return to a time when separation, division, and hatred, rule the day. Indeed, they return to Earth. But is it really home? What has happened to their [...]
 
Book: Divided States of America (The Galaxy Series Book 3) by Aithal
The year is 2032. After traveling to a galaxy far far away, the three astronauts are back on Earth, but in the future. What they see shocks them. When they left Earth in 2015, America was united, but they come to a divided country. The only way to stop this from ever happening is for them to travel back to the year 2015. And the only person who can take them back is the alien who flew back with [...]
 
Book: The Cat That Became a Footballer (Astralia Wisdom Works) by Piero A. La Franca
By using modern football as a source, "The Cat That Became a Footballer" looks at humanity through the impartial and independent mind of a cat. This book is a constructive social satire filled with witty remarks and pearls of wisdom, humorous anecdotes, philosophical thoughts, solid mysticism and sometimes even bits of poetry. It also suggests how football, a sport that from its humble origins [...]
 
Book: Below the Beltway by Taylor Marsh
Alex is fed up. An elite personal life coach, she plots to escape. Bails on Los Angeles when she gets an offer too good to refuse. A new start in Washington, D.C. Pulsating with rich history, teeming with marshes, woodland creatures, with balance and nature's order beneath the surface in this wildlife adventureland. A stark contrast to its human inhabitants who attempt to navigate mindbending [...]
 
Book: Double Bind (Raymond Bridges) by Seb Kirby
Over there! Someone like you. Not just like you. Someone who is you From the moment he encounters his doppelganger, life-changing experiences come thick and fast for Raymond Bridges as he attempts to unravel a mystery that goes to the heart of his being. It's a thrilling journey that leads him to question so much of what he finds in the world around him - including the loyalty of those he thinks [...]
 
Book: Masters of life and universe - A concept about instant self-replicating towns and cell (micro)robots. by Pawel Kozycz
Superfast cloning self-replicating technology for urban, cosmological, medical purposes as salvage or hecatomb for an entire civilization, Earth, space. Explosion speed of two-way( for macro and micro versions) development of cell robotic mega towns for shaping our life and the whole environment - the universe in harmony with natural technology(like a cell or big bang!) path of development. Pawel [...]
 
Book: Dare to Flee - The Last of the Bushmen by Phil Graham
Dare to Flee: The Last of the Bushmen is the story of Xai, a San (Bushmen) tracker, who is drafted into the South African Defence Force to help rescue sixty school children who have been forcibly abducted by a group of armed terrorists. In the ensuing chase, Xai's closest friend is killed by the ruthless leader of the insurgents. Xai is distraught and vows to track down the killer and extract [...]
 
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 Age of Water by Sean Craft
Handsome, clever, if not yet rich, Philip Clarke finds himself drawn by the cool beauty of Mei Li, lawyer and colleague, yet at the same time is unable to relinquish his weekly visit to the near-by shanty-town and the waiting arms of the fishing village woman who offers exquisite and unexpected pleasure. His simple ambition is to continue to enjoy the heady gratifications of both, without undue [...]
 
Book: Chasing The Trickster by April Grey
One Man, Two Women, Two Gods...who will survive the Trickster's snare? Ghostly images materialize in Nina Weaver's photos. Goons try to kidnap her. When her photographs are stolen and her best friend is shot, she realizes that she has no one to turn to but her ex-lover, Pascal "Goofy" Guzman. Together they go on a desperate road trip in search of answers. The truth is darker and more terrifying [...]
 
Book: Reconciled by Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns
After reading Reconciled, individuals will have a better understanding about mankind and see that we have done a lot of wrong. If you look at all the destruction man(kind) has visited upon this earth, the author believes we have to destroy man not like he was created by God, but by our monetary system. If we are able to change that system, Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns is certain we can end poverty [...]
 
Book: Home by Leo Jai
Meet Adam Svenson - a young man who has just been sentenced to prison. Through his reminiscences we learn that his love for the oceans has taken him from life as a rookie deckhand on a fishing trawler to crew member on an ominous black whale-chaser; trapping elusive pods of orcas in the waters off Washington state. A parallel tale of two young orcas, Persia and Tristesse, follows their journey [...]
 
Book: Before the First Snow - Stories from the Revolution by Walter M. Brasch
In this novel, award-winning journalist Walter M. Brasch slowly and meticulously builds a scenario of greed, corruption, and intrigue, set against the backdrop of social protest. In so doing, he weaves a compelling story of history and contemporary American values between 1964 and 1991, every bit as powerful and timely today as they were more than two decades earlier.
 
Book: Sherford's Lost Valley-Bertrum's Story by Dee H. Dodgson
Forced to leave their valley, a small group of tiny, wild bears called Dinkers, have to find somewhere else to go. Somewhere free and safe. But there isn't anywhere. Bertrum comes up with an idea that isn't liked by all of them, but he believes finding a human child to help them is their only hope. He leaves the safety of their wood, throwing himself into a world he doesn't know. When he returns [...]
 
Book: Breakthrough by Michael C Grumley
** AMAZON TOP 100 BEST SELLER IN 2018 ** ONE OF THE GREATEST BREAKTHROUGHS IN HUMAN HISTORY. A SECRET THAT WAS NEVER SUPPOSED TO BE FOUND. AND A CRISIS THAT CANNOT BE STOPPED. Deep in the Caribbean Sea, a nuclear submarine is forced to suddenly abort its mission under mysterious circumstances. Strange facts begin to emerge that lead naval investigator, John Clay, to a small group of marine [...]
 
Book: Tree & Sky - The Secrets of Meshyah's World by Judith Victoria Douglas
Children's stories for 9 years and above. There's no magic, just real science. Enter Meshyah's world with her friends, Jasmine and Ozwald. They live several years in the future, under a dome on Antarctica, the Earth's largest continent. Learn how a wondrous tree grew on Shy's house and the hazards they face living under their protective dome when part of it falls. You will enjoy Antarctica of the [...]
 
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: Swimming Upstream (Raja Williams Series) by Jack Thompson
Murder is never simple. A young lawyer for the top environmental law firm in Seattle is found dead on Mount Rainier. The police declare it a tragic accident. A desperate mother turns to Raja Williams, a private investigator always willing to help. The discovery of a sinister scorched-earth plot to hide the truth leads Raja and Vinny to the Arctic wilds of Canada and lands them in the middle of a [...]
 
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: 2012 - Transition and Transformation by Paula Frighetti
Obviously, December 21, 2012 was not the end of the world many people were expecting because the Mayan's Long Count calendar ended on that day. I believe the message in the calendar and the ancient stories and beliefs that support that message are saying December 21, 2012 was a marker for a transition. The prophecies mentioned in this book touch on the ongoing evolutionary changes our collective [...]
 
Book: A Place Beyond Man - The Archives of Varok by Cary Neeper
A PLACE BEYOND MAN is a vivid creation of two alien species, disturbingly human in some ways but totally alien in their assumptions: the sensuous, amphibious ellls and the humanoid varoks, experiencing life with mindful awareness. How do twenty-first century humans react when they confront comparable intelligence residing in "their" solar system? A human biologist discovers that she is not free [...]
 
Book: Uncommon Household Tips - ..use ordinary items in extraordinary ways by Deb Graham
Stop don't throw that away! Repurpose it instead! Here are dozens of new uses for TWENTY ordinary household items you don't think twice about. From using golf tees to hang your hammer to dental floss for scrapbooking, you'll be inspired to look around the house before you run back to the store. We all want to save money, while making life easier. Buy this book---you'll be amazed at how many of [...]
 
Book: The Mayor and the Garbage - The Teen Who Saved His Town by Deborah Dian
When 15 year old Mike DiMaggio discovers that the fish in the creek near his home are all dead, he tries to find out what killed them. Could it be poison, fertilizer from nearby farms, or leakage from the nearby landfill? Determined not to give up until he discovers the cause, he has to fight with everyone from his dad who works at the landfill, to the County Commissioners. Then, disaster [...]
 
Book: SERUM - A disease-free world comes at a deadly cost by Dennis Ogden
In 1999, during East Timor's violent struggle for independence, Australian marine biologist Professor Marcus Glasson watched helplessly as a brutal militia leader abducted eight-year-old Noi de Jesus. It takes eighteen years for him to fulfil his promise to rescue her. What he discovers could help him achieve his dream. A rare sea worm, found in the volcanic vents under the Banda Sea, is the [...]
 
Book: Cry from a Silent Planet by John Rowland
The Orion spacecraft is said by NASA to mark a critical step on humanity's journey to Mars. But this endeavor could pale into insignificance when overtaken by events over which we have no control. In this gripping and remarkable book - well and truly in the hard sf genre - Rowland questions an assumption that man has taken for granted since the dawn of civilization. Do we really own the Earth or [...]
 
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: Wake Up and Join the Evolution - How to Create A World of Peace, Prosperity and Happiness by Sandra A Weaver
Are we approaching the end of the world or the beginning of a new way of life? Will we become extinct? Does our heart have a brain? Are our core beliefs really true? What do our emotions have to do with anything? We are living in the most exciting and critical time on this planet. Each of us is here at this time for a reason. Our choices will determine the future of our children and grandchildren [...]
 
Book: Blood Red Dust (Generation Mars Book 1) by Stuart Aken
As people struggle to survive in an increasingly hostile climate on Earth, plans are afoot for the preservation of the human race. Mars, already occupied by commercial mining interests, is the only viable option. The Chosen are sent to colonise the new world and germinate the seeds of their new Utopia. But dark forces not only want to halt the plan, they want to see the end of all human life, [...]
 
Book: The Crisis of Authority - Workforce Tensions by Myrah Tshabalala
The public service in South Africa faces an enormous challenge in improving service delivery not only to meet the citizens' expectations but to ensure quality life for the nation. The urgent need exists to establish what went wrong and how can the situation be turned around. The book established the root causes and the link between two key challenges identified by the government; management [...]
 
Book: Nosey Charlie Goes To Court (The Adventures of Nosey Charlie Book 2) by Yvonne Blackwood
This amazing Nosey Charlie Adventure will make you laugh, and sniffle, and hold your breath when Charlie disappears. It begins from the first day Charlie came to live in the little park in the city and became fascinated with the gleaming white building next door. From then on curiosity ran away him and he just had to find out two things: Who are the men in black bellowing robes and white wigs? [...]
 


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