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Book: Easter With The Johnsons “A 768 Celebration” by Liberty Dendron
"Easter With the Johnsons: A 768 Celebration" is the second heart warming story about an African American family living in the Huntersvile section of Norfolk, Virginia. It celebrates the fun-filled Easter traditions held by a black family during the fifties. This narrative tells about the challenges faced by a family with a sick child dealing with Rheumatic fever. While in crisis, the importance [...]
 
Book: 51 Easter Dessert Ideas - Scrumptious Easter Recipes For Any Occasion by Brianne Heaton
Scrumptious Dessert Recipes For Easter And Other Special Occasions It's the night before Easter. The eggs have been decorated and hidden. The sports coats and dresses for church tomorrow have been pressed and are laying out flat to avoid more wrinkles. The house is spotless and ready for your guests. Everything is ready to cook a delicious Easter dinner except one thing. The dessert! Luckily, [...]
 
Book: How Easter Met Della (Della and Easter Series) by Vera Alexander
Easter is a beautiful toy bunny with special fairy dust powers. Because he is very curious and adventurous, he often lands up in tricky situations. He loves living with Della and is always ready for whatever adventure the world can bring him. This book is the first of his adventures and it describes how he came to live with Della.
 
Book: Brer Anancy and the Easter Egg Hunt by V.S. Russell
Why are Easter eggs colored? Easter eggs are colored for reasons unbeknownst to many, in Brer Anancy and the Easter Egg Hunt that mystery is solved when Brer Anancy meets the Easter bunny himself Brer Rabbit, or is it? Does Brer Rabbit give him the secrets and reasons why these eggs are colored or will he outwit and outplay the most popular spider that has ever lived?
 
Book: Twas the Fourth Night before Christmas - Modern Myths-The First Tale by Jason T Jones
The ages from 9 to 13 are more special than most people realize. It seems that once age 12 comes around, kids just aren't as interested in spending as much time with Mom, Dad, and the Grandparents as they use to ... well, that's just nature. "'Twas the 4th Night Before Christmas" was written for kids ages 9 to 13 to enjoy on their own or with their parents or grandparents. This story and the [...]
 
Book: Easter in Images (Historical Events) by Suzi Love
Images of Easter through history, including artworks, postcards, and Faberge eggs and jewelry. Easter in Images is Book 2 in my Historical Events Series and is a companion book to History of Christmases Past, both of which focus on the customs and traditions celebrated throughout world history at the time of these important religious holidays. This book is full of paintings and images of Easter [...]
 
Book: The Book of WHY (and HOW) - Discover the Timeless Secrets to Meaning, Success and Abundance by Corey Poirier
The Book of WHY (and HOW) is designed to help people discover their passion, purpose, and mission while also leveraging the top habits of the world's top achievers. Broken down into three sections, The Book of WHY (and HOW) reveals the four WHYs that can dramatically change a person's life, the shortest path to thriving in a challenging world, and the key to becoming more enlightened in the [...]
 
Book: Discover What You Are Here To Do - Find the Clues, Follow Your Path by Nicola Grace
Do you want to experience greater clarity on what your higher purpose is?; complete certainty you know you're going in the right direction?; more self confidence and belief in yourself knowing you can make the difference you were born to make? Then Discover What You Are Here To Do is just for you! I have written this book because despite many years and many books on life purpose and living a life [...]
 
Book: THE MEANING OF LIFE by David James Walker
WERE YOU AND I PART OF THE REBELLION IN HEAVEN ? WERE WE VICTIMS OF A LIE BY THE ANGELS PUT IN AUTHORITY OVER US ? WERE "WE" THE "SAINTS" THAT DWELLED IN HEAVEN MENTIONED IN THE BIBLE ? IS "THIS" OUR ONE MERCIFUL CHANCE AT REDEMPTION ? Did a perfect loving God put us through "this," simply because two people ate an apple they weren't supposed to over 6000 years ago ... or is there a little more [...]
 
Book: When Life Makes Sense - Exploring the meaning of life through science, philosophy and faith by A. A. Alebraheem
Increase your curiosity and open-mindedness to the maximum! This book attempts to solve the puzzle that has remained unsolved since the beginning of modern humanity: What is the meaning of life? The meaning of life is no new topic for humans; there have been multiple attempts to discover life's meaning. This book reviews some of the proposed conclusions to the search for the meaning of life from [...]
 
Book: Camino Quotes and Poems - The Meaning of the Journey (Women on Her Way Book 5) by Jane V. Blanchard
Feel what it is like to be on the Camino and what the journey means via poetry and illustrated quotes. Camino Quotes and Poems: The Meaning of the Journey expresses the Spirit of the Camino via poetry and picture quotes. Get a feel for the Camino. Learn what gifts the Camino imparts to those who embark on the journey. Understand why the Camino is so memorable. Feel the allure that draws many [...]
 
Book: Walpajirri - The Legend of an Easter Bilby - The Adventures of a Rabbit-Eared Bandicoot in the Australian Desert by M.E. Skeel
If you were alone in the desert would you travel to the end of the earth to find love? Jirri did. If you loved Watership Down then you will love this true to life animal adventure. Jirri travels across the vast continent of Australia, braving floods, droughts, fire and dangerous predators to find true love and become a legend in the process. Are you tired of stories about animals that wear [...]
 
Book: Like a Lily by Victoria Pitts Caine
She decided long ago to be called Susan, not exactly the name her parents had given her, but the one she'd chosen... When she first opens her dream shop, Susie's Flowers, on a cold February morning, a new chapter in her life begins. She doesn't anticipate it will include meeting the most eligible bachelor in tiny Winton Springs. Then Ben Turner, the new minister at North Point, walks into Susan's [...]
 
Book: Seeing The Life by Sophie Dawson
Dassa and Micah begin their life together in Bethlehem with joy and tragedy. Joy of new friends, the birth of their son, and his tragic death at the hands of the king's soldiers. The hand of God moves them to Jerusalem where Micah is a scribe to the metal merchant Joseph the Arimethean. In the heart of Israel, they live the events occurring during the occupation by the Roman Empire. Tensions are [...]
 
Book: Drop Out by Neil Ostroff
A multi-genre Amazon bestseller! Two separate lives, one impossible love. An unimaginable journey through Hell and back. Life is full of unexpected tragedies. Confronted with the unthinkable, Nathan Cruz loses everyone he loves in the twin towers collapse. Battling despair, he flees human contact to live in seclusion aboard a houseboat moored in the Florida Keys. Crushing grief does not diminish [...]
 
Book: The Passing Tracks by John Robert McCauley
Caleb and Danielle, University of Texas El Paso students, have $9,750.00 to donate to charity, and decide to venture into Mexico to give these funds to the poor Tarahumura Indians. However, first they have to pass through Juarez, Mexico, one of the most dangerous places in the world, and then visit the rugged Copper Canyon, where many Indians still live in caves. Their adventure by foot, bus and [...]
 
Book: My Favorite Time of Year by Julie Aydlott, Kalie Sullivan, Emily Sullivan
My Favorite Time of Year is a beautifully illustrated rhyming season's book that will bring back memories to the children and even adults who read it. This book was inspired by the holiday traditions that each passing season brings and to see the happiness through the eyes of young children and what they remember the season to mean. Starting with the spring, the illustrated rhyming descriptions [...]
 
Book: Cupid's Web by Carolyn Hughey
Cassie Pirelli has big problems - like a mama who suffers from Cupidity and who wants Cassie married with lots of children running around. And her mama knows just the guy who can help her achieve those goals even if Cassie can't see it herself. But Cassie has different ideas, and being barefoot, pregnant, and in the kitchen isn't part of her master plan. She's busy working hard, building her [...]
 
Book: And The Stars Will Sing (The Meaning Wars) by Michelle Browne
In the far future, travel is made possible by controlled wormholes made in the fabric of space-time. Crystal, a young woman freshly graduated from university, finds herself on her first job aboard the base-ship 'Crossing Paths'. Workplace politics and a romance make it complicated. The last thing she needs are the frightening errors beginning to crop up on her maps...
 
Book: 100 Things You Didn't Know About Ireland - A Guide To Irish History and Civilization by Brighid O'Sullivan
Do you love history and learning new things but don't have time for a long book? Are you a fan of Ireland or have Irish roots? What if you could learn tons of facts and be entertained at the same time? This is a fun read and not meant to be an extensive concise book of history. The information is short, suitable for young and old. If you're looking to learn more about Ireland, this is the right [...]
 
Book: Awakening to who we are - The divine art of being by Mark Gerard Craig
What is reality? Who are we? What is the ultimate meaning and purpose of anything? This book deconstructs reality, as it is generally understood to be. It reveals a depth of meaning to existence transcending the limited paradigms of religion and science. It articulates, for the reader, a synthesis of knowledge drawn from numerous fields of inquiry, presenting a powerful vision of human identity, [...]
 
Book: Family First-A Father's Legacy by Lloyd Casey
Family First-A Father's Legacy was written from 1980 to 2010. It is an account of one family's life during the 20tb century. The family consists of a father, mother, five sons and two daughters. The seven children were born from 1950 to 1969. Lloyd Casey wrote to his seven children so they would know more about him and have a written account to pass on to grandchildren and great-grandchildren. [...]
 
Book: Dawn by Xavier Cockroachal Damon
Dawn is the story of the man as he crawls through his, quote, life, close quote, through what he sees as an ever ugly world, encountering characters along the way, all of whom he very much wishes he had never encountered at all...except for one. The book begins with the man awaking on a beach, unsure of where he is. The man eventually finds his way back home only to find he in no way knows the [...]
 
Book: Petticoat Rebels of 1916 - Extraordinary Women in Ireland's Struggle for Freedom by Brighid O'Sullivan
What would you do if you lived in Ireland and children all around you were starving, the few jobs allotted to men were scarce, unemployment so high people crammed together with no heat, no food, and no sanitation, poverty, crime, and infant death skyrocketed above every other country in Europe, and you blamed England? Petticoat Rebels of 1916 is about a some of the strongest, bravest women in [...]
 
Book: The Meaning of Children - Stories by Beverly Akerman
Organized into three sections--titled "Beginning," "Middle," and "End"--the 14 stories in this collection approach the complexities of being human during those three distinct but interdependent stages of life. The author combines emotional depth and literary appeal to view the world through the eyes of children, the sorrow and satisfactions of the child-bearing years, and the culmination of life [...]
 
Book: Clearing the Tangled Wood - Poetry As a Way of Seeing the World by James Lawless
This acclaimed monograph is a study of poetry as an alternative way of seeing the world and of obtaining insights into realities that enable the reader to see the vast otherness that usually eludes. The process of creativity is discussed. The influences of other disciplines on the heightening of consciousness are described as well as methodologies of observation that have been employed in the [...]
 
Book: Eva Gore Booth, The Other Sister - The Remarkable Sybling of Constance Markievicz by Brighid O'Sullivan
Why would a wealthy Anglo/Irish woman choose to leave the splendor of her large exquisite family home nestled in the lush green hills of Ireland, her own private gardens, and a fairy tale palace where everyone loved her, to live in the slums of Manchester? By the late 19th century, Europe was not only a battlefield, but living conditions of many European cities were only slightly better to those [...]
 
Book: Confessions of a Mystic - There is no more by Mark Gerard Craig
The Tao that you can name is not the true Tao. The perspective that you think is ultimate truth is not "The Truth." Like a slippery fish it wriggles free from our grip and returns to the deep from whence it came. Can a person catch the wind and hold it in their cupped hands? Of course not. It is foolish to even contemplate doing so. Yet, the wild and uncontainable impulse that is God, some [...]
 
Book: The expected demise of Bernard Fish by Ed Halliday
A very unique and comical view of life, death and all that comes after it. This very darkly humorous but strangely heart warming tale follows the unremarkable Bernard Fish as he learns that living is far less simple than he thought. He also discovers that being dead is more exciting than he could ever have imagined, not that he has ever had much of an imagination. Betrayal, greed, love and lust [...]
 
Book: Giselle and the Fate of Wahine by Marty Walpole
It was a day before Easter, April 1968, when journalist Emma Cassidy boarded the inter-island ferry, Wahine, sailing from Christchurch's port of Lyttelton to Wellington. On the bridge Captain Angus Robertson, after reading a satisfactory weather report on Cyclone Giselle, orders Wahine's departure. The ship, with over 300 passengers and crew, makes her way up the eastern coastline of New Zealand [...]
 
Book: A Few Men Faithful (A Kavanagh Story) by Jim Wills
This first of four Kavanagh stories, A Few Men Faithful, sets the stage, defines the Kavanagh family and tells of a troubled land and an equally troubled romance amid war and treachery. The time span is 1916 to 1924 in Dublin, County Cork and Northern Ireland. Major events: Easter Rising, Secret War, War of Independence, the Irish Civil War. This last is little known and less explored, especially [...]
 
Book: The Stolen - Two Short Stories (The Meaning Wars) by Michelle Browne
The city of Corinth is beautiful, but a cancer eats at its soul. Sarah Jean White is that cancer. The tube city is a tranquil, clean paradise--exactly the wrong place for her. She steals words, swears, and indulges in forbidden vices. When someone finally notices her heresy, her status as a threat to peace of mind will be dealt with... A strict Caste system rules dry, distant Indus. Clarice dares [...]
 
Book: THE FIVE JEWELS - Reflecting upon life's ultimate questions by Mark Gerard Craig
Whether we are religious or not, there are five key questions we are confronted with by virtue of our humanity. This book is an attempt to respond to these questions thoughtfully and practically. The last thing anyone needs are pious platitudes and spiritual cliches to explain the mystery at the very heart of human experience. "The Five Jewels" provides a welcome change and touch of authentic [...]
 
Book: Zor - Philosophy, Spirituality, and Science by J. B. (Ray Clements)
Zor, follows Jonathan Brewster, (a middle aged money manager from Boston), as he takes a Socratic journey through philosophy, spirituality, and science. Forced to defend his way of life from the challenges of a Haitian dwarf named Zor; Jonathan unexpectedly discovers the power of positive energy, quantum entanglement, the law of attraction, emotional addictions, neuron networks, placebos, [...]
 
Book: Dreams: Guide To The Soul, 40 Ancient Secret Keys to Healing, Renewal and Power by Steven Fox, Ph.D.
https://goo.gl/photos/hBx2AggjYGDw - This book shows how an experienced psychologist developed an intuitive dream interpretation method. This book gives you an understandable system of dream interpretation using 40 rules explained in everyday language. "Dreams: Guide to the Soul" is an excellent dream interpretation reference book that is Book 99 in the Cambridge Linguistics Studies series that [...]
 


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