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Book: Pop And Gloria In The Garden by Liberty Dendron
This book is about bugs living in our gardens and what they do. Some bugs are pollinators... Insects, bees, butterflies, flies, and moths, pollinate the flowers in our garden's. Some bugs are called predators, because they eliminate pest by eating them. Some bugs lay their eggs on plants or in the other bugs, and when their eggs hatch, their larvae feed on host insects. There are beneficial [...]
 
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: Psalms for the Common Man by Vickie Phelps
-Devotions based on the book of Psalms for the common, everyday person. -Practicality for everyday living. -A prayer, thought or challenge for each reading. David, the author of many of the Psalms was human in every sense of the word. Despite his many titles: shepherd boy, musician, writer, husband, father, and king, he was just human. Yes, he became king, but even with that title he still [...]
 
Book: Garden of Dust and Thorns by Jeffrey Aaron Miller
The garden on Haven Ridge is the last bastion of green and growing things in a world turned to dust. One day, an army of a thousand men marches out of the desert and lays claim to the garden, capturing the few people who live there. It falls to a young woman named Adhi to find the heart of the garden, where a magic exists that might save it. But these men are servants of Deti Maranam, Lord [...]
 
Book: (SOS) Stuck On Stupid -- The Self Help Book: A Book of Common Sense! by Tito Luv
"(SOS) Stuck on Stupid -- The Self Help Book" is a humorous piece of literary effort communicating stories on serious subject matters in a most distinguished way. You may find yourself embarrassingly laughing out loud while describing current events you otherwise dare not discuss or speak about in public with family members, close friends or business associates. Regardless of age, readers from [...]
 
Book: Papa Norm's Common Sense Book of Wisdom by Norman Yerke
This book was written for parents, teenagers, college students and, of course, people in business. It is recommended that parents buy a copy of this book for their high school juniors and seniors, and for their children in college. This book will help them become more prepared to enter the world after they graduate. It will certainly help them in their difficult university years away from home. [...]
 
Book: The Common Good - Rising of a New Dawn How Living a More Conscious Life Can Heal a Nation One Heart, One Mind, One Thought at a Time by Juanita Farrow
An inspiring guide about how our daily decisions can turn hate and fear into hope and love. The Common Good: Rising of a New Dawn will forever change how you see your neighbor. On this captivating spiritual journey through America, hear the stories of how ordinary people people in the trenches devoted to the common good are making an extraordinary difference in the lives of many. With passion, [...]
 
Book: Honeybee's Body Parts Volume 3 by Jeanette Vuuren
HONEYBEE SERIES BY JEANETTE VUUREN - GREAT TEACHING RESOURCES AGES 3-12 DIFFERENCES IN BODY PARTS (QUEEN, DRONE, WORKER BEE) HONEYBEE'S BODY PARTS VOLUME 3 by JEANETTE VUUREN provides specific information about the differences between the three types of bees in the hive regarding their body parts as well as the purpose of each part. SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY K-6 (CONSERVATION, ECOSYSTEM, BIODIVERSITY, [...]
 
Book: Blooms, Blunders, and Blessings by Marjorie Eldred
Do you want to feel the fresh air, the cool greens, the vibrant colors of your garden again? You created one of the most beautiful gardens on the block. Neighbors loved to gather in your garden, admire your accomplishments, and talk about your green thumb. Now you feel trapped, prisoner of a body or a job that no longer permits you to pursue your favorite pastime. You still admire the beauty as [...]
 
Book: Paradise Found by Anipe Steeven K. V. Premajyothi
ABOUT THE BOOK: Have you lost Paradise in your heart? A prominent seventeenth-century poet narrated the story of Paradise Lost. Paradise-the Garden of Eden-was lost due to the sin and disobedience of the first Adam. Because this Paradise literally disappeared from the earth and history, we are left to wonder, where was the Garden of Eden? This has been a challenging issue to both Christians and [...]
 
Book: When Flowers Weep (Cozy Garden Mystery Book 2) by Karin Boutall
Some solutions are buried in the past. Joan Louen expected another busy garden season. After all, Community Gardens, the business she built out of a restored antebellum, had survived the first five years of operation and now it thrived - with help from Roz, her long-time manager, her teenage son, and the community that welcomed her back. So when a local beekeeper mysteriously loses his entire [...]
 
Book: The Forgotten Room - A Sequel to Frances Hodgson Burnett's 'The Secret Garden' by Stacie Morrell
Did You Love The Secret Garden? Find Out What Happens NEXT! 'The Secret Garden,' written by Frances Hodgson Burnett and published in 1911, has been beloved by generations. Made into a stage play and numerous movies, this enchanting story remains a popular classic today. 'The Forgotten Room' begins a few months after the original concludes, continuing the stories of Mary, Colin, Dickon and the [...]
 
Book: The Garden on Sunset (Hollywood's Garden of Allah novels Book 1) by Martin Turnbull
Have you ever wanted to climb into a time machine and visit Hollywood during its heyday? Right before talking pictures slug Tinsel Town in the jaw, a luminous silent screen star converts her private estate into the Garden of Allah Hotel. The lush grounds soon become a haven for Hollywood hopefuls to meet, drink, and revel through the night. George Cukor is in the pool, Tallulah Bankhead is at the [...]
 
Book: Granny's Magic Garden by Diane Griffith
Stories of Fairies, Pixies and Many Other Fantasy Characters in the Garden Come to Life in Enchanting New Children's Story - Four children discover a world of fantasy and wonder in Granny's Magic Garden - George and Freddie share the same Daddy as Harvey and Saffie so they are a special kind of family. They all love to hear stories from their Granny about the mystical things that go on in her [...]
 
Book: Unusual Medicinal Herbs (Herbal Medicine from Your Garden or Windowsill) by Frann Leach
Most gardeners I know like to have a few plants that are a bit different. If these plants also come with a readymade story - such as that you found it growing wild on the compost heap when you moved in, or that it is used to treat such and such an ailment, so much the better. In "Unusual Medicinal Herbs" you'll discover 28 unusual plants, all of which have some medicinal purpose, and often other [...]
 
Book: 100 Common English Words That Have Different Meanings by Fraih Solaiman
This book is dealing with common English words which have different meanings according to the context of the sentence.You may see a word in a certain sentence having a certain meaning,then the same word comes with a different meaning in another sentence.Let me give you an example from my book,the word love,for example,has different meanings,the following sentences show these meanings:the children [...]
 
Book: Let's Meet God - Answering Common Questions Concerning Christianity by Christopher Hearn
"Can I personally know God?" It's a big question. In fact, if the answer is, "yes", then it's the biggest question that one can ask. In this book, we'll answer "yes" and take a friendly look at many of the common questions that people have when it comes to God. For example: "Is Jesus the only way to know God and go to Heaven?" "Can't I get to Heaven by living a good life?" "Will God Really Accept [...]
 
Book: At last the Bird sings by Joseph Nnabugwu
At last the Bird sings is a collection of poems of love, lost, beauty, growth and soul-searching. It's a journey into the wild of contrasts, friendships, stupidity and migration. It paints pictures of blessing, happiness, joy and peace as perspective concepts and considers forgiveness, life, work, rights and justice as fundamental to humanity's success. It's a product of the author's [...]
 
Book: The Desolate Garden by Daniel Kemp
What secrets lie in the ledgers of the Royal Government Bank? After Harry Paterson is summoned to London following his father's murder, he finds out that the late Lord Elliot Paterson had discovered hidden information dated all the way back to 1936... and a vast quantity of money erased from the accounts. Mysterious initials and an address in Leningrad - a major port in former Soviet Union - are [...]
 
Book: Snakes in the Swamp - Commentary on the First 100 Days by Don Storch
A concise, insightful commentary on Donald J. Trump's first 100 days as President of the United States. Storch has nailed this period with precision, highlighting events and Trump's accomplishments despite the backlash from the opposition, as well as from his own party. Told in a unique style, Storch explores the bold moves as Trump forges ahead, regardless of the negative press, vowing to keep [...]
 
Book: Don't Be An Asshole! Creating a Better World through Self Awareness, Common Sense and Decency by Albert Vidal
Are you an asshole? Yes? No? How do you know either way? Being an asshole has a different meaning to different people. It varies by social class, race, gender, personality, mood, etc. Because of this, it can be a difficult thing to pin down, but in general, following the basic rules of applying common sense to most situations and being decent towards others will usually render you "asshole-free". [...]
 
Book: The Jewel Garden by Marilyn Pemberton
It was a time when women were starting to rebel against Victorian conventions and to strive for their independence. This is a story of Hannah Russell's physical, emotional and artistic journey from the back streets of the East End of London to the noisy souks and sandy wastes of Egypt; from the labyrinthine canals of Venice to the lonely corridors of Russell Hall in Kent. Hannah thinks she has [...]
 
Book: Dismantling the Matrix - Serenity for the Surveilled by Baz Moreno
Dismantling the Matrix: Serenity for the Surveilled explores the various matrices that entice and prevent the average male from pursuing dreams, overcoming fears or becoming a man. The role of homosexuality is discussed with the integrity of a warrior scholar. Autonomy, diplomatic immunity and sovereignty are analyzed and discussed for the reader. In addition, the reader is instructed on how to [...]
 
Book: Genesis and Janus (The Consequences Trilogy) by Yosef Albric
Yosef brings together creation myths with modern neurophysiology and recognises common patterns in science, and in ancient religious writings. Following his themes of the limitations of right/wrong thinking he describes what we do, how we think, how languages fit in, and how we relate with each other, and what goes wrong. David emphasises the importance of the return to the deeper (spiritual) [...]
 
Book: Live Your Dreams Let Reality Catch Up - NLP and Common Sense for Coaches, Managers and You by Roger Ellerton, PhD, CMC
Note from the author with regard to the Second Edition: Writing and training is a continuous search for new ideas or better ways to convey useful information. As a result of continually evaluating my work, I realized that some sections could be revised to make them easier to understand, while other sections could be expanded to include additional information - increasing the breadth of your [...]
 
Book: Parents' Handbook - NLP and Common Sense Guide for Family Well-Being by Roger Ellerton
Note from the author: For this version of Parents' Handbook, I changed publishers and fixed a few typos. Now you get the same great content at a lower price. I look forward to receiving your thoughts and feedback. Roger Ellerton. "Feelings of worth can flourish only in an atmosphere where individual differences are appreciated, mistakes are tolerated, communication is open, and rules are flexible [...]
 
Book: A Way to Wealth - The Art of Investing in Common Stocks by John Richard Reizner
Finally, a Simple Time-Tested Method of Stock Investing! "A Way to Wealth: The Art of Investing in Common Stocks" is the essential guide to profiting in stocks and mutual funds over time (even during a bear market). Both beginners and experienced investors may benefit from the time-tested method of successful investing detailed in this book. "The Art of Investing in Common Stocks" may help you [...]
 
Book: Honeybee's Life Cycle Volume 2 - From an egg to an adult bee by Jeanette Vuuren
TEACHERS & STUDENTS! VALUABLE RESOURCES ON HONEY BEES! HONEY BEES LIFE CYCLE (FROM AN EGG TO AN ADULT BEE) In HONEYBEE'S LIFE CYCLE, Volume 2 Honeybee, a friendly little female worker bee, explains the life cycle of a honey bee, focusing on the main features and characteristics of each stage. She loves using rhyming words whenever the opportunity arises and aims to repeat the information in a fun [...]
 
Book: Common Sense Universal Design by Steve Hoffacker
There is a tremendous emphasis and interest worldwide in people being able to remain in their homes - dwellings that they like and that they cannot replace easily or inexpensively for the quality, layout, and what they would get out of them financially to put toward another one. They need a design strategy that home builders can employ when they originally construct and deliver the homes, that [...]
 
Book: Granny's Magic Garden by Diane Griffith
Fairies, Pixies and Many Other Fantasy Characters in the Garden Come to Life in - Enchanting New Children's Story - Four children discover a world of fantasy and wonder in - Granny's Magic Garden. George and Freddie share the same Daddy as Harvey and - Saffie so they are a special kind of family. They all love to - hear stories from their Granny about the mystical things - that go on in her [...]
 
Book: Blueprint for Thoughtful Lesson Planning by Bobbie Anderson
With the ever-changing diversity occurring in classrooms nationally, teachers are confronted with the realization that a "one-size fits all" teaching style is a thing of the past. Teachers must be creative and flexible about their approach to math instruction. Failing to plan for diverse learning styles is failing to provide access to the lesson for all learners. How-in- the-world does a teacher [...]
 
Book: Avoiding the 10 Common Church Crises by Kirby Clements Sr.
This work identifies ten of the most common challenges in the church and offers some very insightful strategies for their management and even prevention. It offers a prescription for church growth and health while examining such areas as ministry philosophy, Spirit dynamic, money, advertisement, building programs, sin management and other factors that contribute to the overall effectiveness, [...]
 
Book: What Grows in Your Garden? by Carolyn P. Schriber
"What Grows in your Garden" is a cozy mystery with a touch of romance. The main character is a Jewish woman just starting a career as a college history professor. The antagonist is a student with bipolar tendencies that sometimes make her violent. And the love interest is a police lieutenant with a law degree. This particular story will deal with poisonings and witchcraft--so there's also a cat! [...]
 
Book: THE GARDEN - The Unauthorized Biography of Adam and Eve by Paul T. Harry
Imagine you were a scientist and your wife was a doctor. Now imagine that the two of you lived on planet where life was near perfect. There was no real hardship to contend with and your lives were filled with an idyllic lifestyle that freed you from all worry. And yet, over time you find yourself wanting more, seeking something that could challenge you. Now suppose one day you were offered the [...]
 
Book: A Pig With Three legs by David Turri
This is a story full of bad jokes because those are the only ones Tommy Dugdale, a failed stand-up comic, knows. Alec Swipple, assistant-manager in Human Resources (although he possesses very few of them himself) at a London firm is Tommy's long-suffering best mate. The third player in this farce is tough-as-nails Gillian, Tommy's girlfriend. She likes Tommy because he makes her laugh. (Just [...]
 


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