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Dedicated to all my family members (birth & blended), friends, and most of all to my hubby Jeff, who was a good listener as I read to him out loud. It is my hope that children everywhere will read this book, or have it read to them, and find the wonder of a turtle who captured the hearts of a family.
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Lives in Wabash, IN, the first electrically lighted city in the world. She is also a caregiver for seniors, assisting them with various tasks in their homes. She Loves nature's living things and grows an herb garden in her backyard.$10.51
A thought provoking work that will have make you laugh and cry. It is in A to ZZ format that will spark your interest with true stories as well the funniest e-mails from years past. You will find this book inspirational and will make you think where America might be heading. It addresses some important topics from today’s current events. You will enjoy the A to ZZ format as you focus on topics of interest to you.
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Ralph “Pete” Peters is a highly recognized author, trainer and leader around the World in the areas of implementing maintenance and manufacturing best practices, developing effective productivity measurement systems and initiating long term sustainable operational improvement processes. He has also supported both the public and private sectors. His value as a consultant has been enhanced through his direct leadership and profit and loss responsibilities within large maintenance and manufacturing plant operations prior to focusing upon consulting.$2.99–$18.06
Everyone is looking for a bargain nowadays. People go to yard sales auctions and flea markets wanting ti discover something of value. One of the greatest treasures we have is the Bible. There are wonderful truths buried in the pages of his book that will help us discover our worth and value.$2.99–$9.57
How I Got Off That Tree Limb is based on an experience that I had when I was 22 years of age and a preacher that I had worked with in a revival in Little Rock, Arkansas said to me, “Get off that Limb” He explained to me that if I wanted to make an apple pie I would have to get the apples off the tree to make a delicious Apple Pie. This book shares early beginnings of my childhood. It takes you through my journey of getting off of the tree limb. I have had lots of highs and lows in my life but I have learned how to push myself forward. And today I continue to push forward to be the very best that I can be and try every day to make a positive difference in myself and others.
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Dr. Gregory Harris is a singer, songwriter and author. His book writing and music goes hand and hand alone with his ability to cook an awesome meal for family and friends alike. Greg grew up in the McAlmont community of North Little Rock, Arkansas. Greg is the third child of ten children born to George Henry and LaVenita Davis Harris. He graduated from Arkansas Baptist College with a degree in Elementary Education. Greg began his teaching career soon after graduation from college in the Little Rock School District. Greg taught six grade most of his career and third grade before leaving the classroom after he was accepted into the National Education Association Intern Program for Minorities and Women. Greg received training to become a labor representative for education employees. Greg worked in Charlotte, North Carolina for the North Carolina Association of Educators for 8 years and 12 years in Des Moines, Iowa as Executive Director of the Des Moines Education Association. Greg received his Bachelor Degree from Arkansas Baptist College in Little Rock, Arkansas, Masters Degree in School Leadership from (UCA) University of Central Arkansas in Conway, Arkansas and Doctoral Degree from Andersonville Theological Seminary in Camille, Georgia. Greg recently retired from the Des Moines Education Association and has moved to Rancho Cucamonga California. After being in California for about a month he went to the Prices Right Television Production and was selected to appear on the September 27, 2019 taping. This was something on his bucket list alone with writing a book about How He Got Off the Tree Limb.$2.99–$8.54
This book is a guide to the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola. It is intended to assist a person on unique Christian Spiritual Pilgrimage of faith. Applying insights of contemporary psychology and insights of one of the great masters of Christian Spirituality, the reader is introduced to the five distinct movements of Christian spiritual living. Topics covered include understanding human brokenness, encountering Jesus of Nazareth and the Christ of Christian worship, coming to grips with human suffering and redemption, living with resurrection hope and accepting the gift of the Holy Breath of God, rules for discernment and election. Playing an active role in finding a spiritual companion and experiencing the benefits of ongoing spiritual direction is discussed.
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Julius M. Rogina, Ph.D., ABMPP is a licensed clinical psychologist and a priest in the Episcopal Church, Diocese of Nevada. He has worked in inpatient and outpatient clinical settings for the last forty years. He assists Christian Communities with conflict resolutions and discernment process. He has taught in several Universities in the field of psychology and spirituality. The current faculty position with the Medical School, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences involves him with a psychiatry residency program in the supervision of psychotherapy. His teachings and writings focus on the integration of Psychology and Christian Spirituality. As a former Jesuit priest and now Episcopal priest, he brings a Christian spiritual dimension to his clinical practice and writings. He and his family reside in Reno, Nevada.$2.99–$25.04
From the bowels of Hell… comes a Supernatural Collection of Horror Anthologies… with abysmal Demonic and Luciferian encounters. This entire eerie den of terror… frights… and the putrid macabre… are bred from the innate fears and phobias that plague our darkest seeds… that lie dormant… in the pitch-black abyss… of our aphotic… pugilistic… and utterly sinister imaginations.
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“After serving in the United States Army for 14 years in the Military Intelligence Corps as a 35M, Human Intelligence Collector (Interrogator/Linguist), I was honorably separated from Active Duty for service connected injuries I incurred while on OEF status. Consequently, I am a “”Wounded Warrior Alumni”” and I am proud to be part of the “”Wounded Warrior Project””.
Using my Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, graduating CUM LAUDE. Furthermore, my educational achievements include my induction into the following HONOR SOCIETIES: Golden Key International Honor Society, SALUTE Veterans National Honor Society, Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society for Business and Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society.
Quote: Reality is in the mind of the beholder, whether it is real or supernatural. As a result, the true situation that exists in the perceiver’s state of mind makes the manifestation of sensed events real-life.
Second graders are taught a vocabulary of feelings, words, and colors. Active listening and congruent sending is the model followed. The main sentence taught is this:
I feel ________ when _______, and I wish to see ___________. Here is the example: I feel hurt when you call me names, and I want you to stop.
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The author has been interested in children’s behavior since beginning babysitting jobs, then continued through the elementary years as a teacher. Children’s behavior has been a strong interest and following that interest long years of study followed. As she moved up into Jr. High and High school one of her interests was to teach the same problem-solving sentence to the older students. They were appreciative for the skill of Active Listening and Congruent Sending of Messages. She used that program for her students’ ability to communicate clearly with friends, parents and teachers.$2.99–$14.95
Sitting quietly alone on the roof of his family's new home his scoped 308 leaned against the half wall in front of him. He has 2.45 caliber semi-automatic pistols, one on each thigh. His jeans are dirty and beginning to tare, his shirt soaked in 3 days of sweat and he hasn't slept in just over a week. He is worn and tired. He knows his family and new friends are sitting below him scared counting on him to get out of this warehouse and survive this, whatever this is, but his eyes keep coming back to his sea of snappers below him and the bright glow of what used to be Oklahoma City burning in the distance. The dead remains of what once was human species. It's like a bad dream or even a b movie. The military crumbled at the stress of fighting dead but not before it had destroyed the city in a attempt to contain this event.$6.96