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Seeing a snow globe of the Eiffel Tower, Ricky wants to go to Paris with his grandfather to climb the famous monument. After convincing his parents, he travels to Paris and experiences everything from cobblestones to croissants. He sees the gigantic tower up close, and wonders how he will make it up the almost 700 stairs. With encouragement from his grandfather, Ricky tackles the stairs and learns the importance of teamwork [...]
 
Divine Ladies in America by Kyra Belan
This book describes mythical, legendary, and divine women from all over the world that have been established as an iconic presence within the American culture.. As spiritual archetypes, symbols, and mythical role models they exert significant influences on American people of all walks of life that are residents of the US.. These ladies also connect us to our matriarchal roots. The book may be of particular interest, besides [...]
 
CITY LIFE YORK EBORACUM - EFORWIC - JORVIK - EDITED AND REVISED 2017 EDITION by Daniel Peter Buckley
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Before The Paparazzi - 50 Years of Extraordinary Photographs by Steven P. Unger
When we chose a few hundred pictures for Before the Paparazzi: Fifty Years of Extraordinary Pictures to represent the life's work of a legendary press photographer, thousands more pictures had to be left, literally, "in the box." Before the Paparazzi contains about 28,000 words of text and over 250 pictures-most of them with an accompanying "story behind the pictures." Almost all of the pictures appeared in the New York Post [...]
 
Cruising the Mediterranean by Al & Sunny Lockwood
A shared passion for exploration. The Mediterranean trip of their dreams. There's no better time for adventure than right now. Enthusiastic explorers Al and Sunny Lockwood treasure the challenge and excitement of travel. From train rides through the Smokies to campouts in Yellowstone, they've documented their travel adventures to critical acclaim. With retirement, they expand their horizons and ship off for a new adventure in [...]
 
Tyler's Wise Old Tree by Liberty Dendron
Your children will enjoy reading about "Tyler's Wise Old Tree." They will enjoy the exciting often humorous lesions taught to Tyler about everyday life. They will remember the many lessons Mr. Tree teaches Tyler about life. Mr. Tree will tell Tyler how all living things in nature reproduce themselves. He'll tell Tyler about the ecosystem and why all animal may become food for another. Mr. Tree will tell Tyler how plants in [...]
 
The Solo Female Travel Book - Tips and Inspiration for Women Who Want to See the World on Their Own Terms by Jen Ruiz
Traveling alone doesn't have to be scary! With the proper tools, community and precautions, anyone can expertly navigate the globe on their own. Jen Ruiz is a lawyer turned travel blogger and bestselling author who has traveled the world extensively by herself. "The Solo Female Travel Book" is the latest installment in her how-to travel series and includes funny stories, tips and inspiration to help you see the world safely [...]
 
The Adventures Of Tony The Deer by Liberty Dendron
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Slave - Escaping The Chains of Freedom by Jacqueline Malcolm
It's 18th Century New York and the slave trade continues amidst an historical political upheaval. Hezekiah Thomas, born the son of a white General and his black enslaved mother, suddenly finds himself a free man. But what is freedom without money? Through a concoction of chance and opportunities, Hezekiah is faced with the decision to go against all of his convictions and become an owner of slaves. Jacqueline Malcolm's [...]
 
The History Essays by Joseph Cook
A collection of history research papers written by the author during his graduate coursework. Most of the articles relate to the American Civil War. The final paper included was honored by an academic conference as the top paper presented; it deals with the death of U.S. Army General Edward R.S. Canby. All in all, this collection is a valuable resource for students of American history. All material is copyrighted by the [...]
 
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The Individual is Rising - Liberty, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Asset Allocation, and Education Reform for the Coming Reset by Joe Withrow
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Surry & Friends by Liberty Dendron
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The Recipe by Joseph Frank Parente
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Strange But True, America - Weird Tales from All 50 States by John Hafnor
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A Kid's Guide to France by Jack L. Roberts
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Tony The Deer Greatest Adventure by Liberty Dendron
In this brave and shocking story, Tony The The Deer Greatest Adventure will grab you by the soul and hold you captive to the very last page. "A gripping tale, deceptively playful at times, this book is a stark reminder that truth is often stranger than fiction." - In Tony The Deer Greatest Adventure, Liberty Dendron tells the tale of a compassionate deer who overcomes his fear and rivalry with hyenas to help a stranded hyena. [...]
 
Exploring Lost Oahu Places of Power, History and Mystery (Hawaii Travel Guide) by Ellie Crowe
A unique and informative guidebook to Oahu's places of mana (spiritual power) unseen by most visitors and even many locals. A journey into the lands of the Hawaii of long ago, to powerful rulers, wily priests, healing stones, healing temples and pools, temples of human sacrifice, small menehune and supernatural events. The Hawaiian Islands are a notable spiritual destination with a fascinating history and sacred sites that [...]
 
Valuable Messages to Me - Part 1 by Glesa Flewellen
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Her life in chaos after the termination of a 30 year marriage, this adventurous woman chucks it all and escapes to France to find some meaning to the second half of her life. Not knowing a soul or the language, and step by divinely-led (sometimes comical, but always-challenging) step, she re-shapes her life's course despite a letter from home which threatens to disrupt her journey. Not wanting a frivolous life on the Cote [...]
 
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