Featherly Love

Autor: Lesley Croucher
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ISBN: 9781367354692
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A lovely tale of becoming a Mother for the first time. Encountering the worries, the questions and the heartwarming outcome.

Forbidden Relatives

Autor: Martin Ottenheimer
Publisher: Univ of Illinois Pr
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Forbidden Relatives challenges the belief - widely held in the United States - that legislation against marriage between first cousins is based on a biological risk to offspring. In fact, its author maintains, the U.S. prohibition against such unions originated largely because of the belief that it would promote more rapid assimilation of immigrants. A social anthropologist, Martin Ottenheimer questioned U.S. laws against cousin marriage because his research into marriage patterns around the world showed no European countries prohibit such unions. He examines the historical development of U.S. laws governing marriage, contrasts them with European laws, and analyzes the genetic implications of first cousin marriage. Modern genetic evidence, Ottenheimer says, doesn't support the concept that children of these unions are at any special risk.

Susie S Awakening

Autor: B J Wane
Publisher: Pink Flamingo Media
ISBN: 1934349771
File Size: 56,45 MB
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When the promiscuous Susie returns home from an evening of drinking and indiscriminate sex, she's confronted by her irate brother, Jack. To her horror, she,s upended for a humiliating spanking right in front of Jack's long time lover, Dave. When Jack realizes that this bare-assed spanking is turning Susie on, he knows exactly what his misbehaving sister needs. His friend, Nicholas, an accomplished Dominant, would be the perfect man to tame and teach this saucy brat!

The Essential Stay At Home Mom Manual

Autor: Shannon Hyland-Tassava
Publisher: Booktrope Editions
ISBN: 9781935961260
File Size: 12,15 MB
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Are you a stay-at-home mom who loves at-home motherhood, yet sometimes feels stressed, overwhelmed, and lonely? Do you know that your toddler's leftover fruit snacks plus a giant mug of coffee is not a nutritious lunch, but you're too tired and busy to eat better? Is your last kid-free outing a distant memory? If so, this book is for you. When psychologist Shannon Hyland-Tassava transitioned from full-time working professional to full-time stay-at-home mom, she discovered that the path was far rockier than portrayed in parenting magazines and diaper commercials. Along with the joy of new motherhood came numerous obstacles to good emotional and physical health. In The Essential Stay-at-Home Mom Manual: How to Have a Wondrous Life Amidst Kids and Chaos, Hyland-Tassava applies her expertise as a clinical psychologist to mothers' challenges, combining expert advice with relatable anecdotes, amusing blog excerpts, and wisdom from her own experiences. The result is an indispensable guide that includes both clinical self-help solutions for better emotional and physical health and practical strategies for making at-home motherhood easier and more fun

Writing Dino Mite Poems

Autor: Rozanne Lanczak Williams
Publisher: Creative Teaching Press
ISBN: 9781591983361
File Size: 71,26 MB
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Turn Readers into Writers!Good for use as mentor text! Written by popular children's author Rozanne Lanczak Williams, each book in this delightful collection introduces a different form of writing. These engaging tales use fun-loving characters to motivate and encourage young readers to want to write on their own. At the end of each book, a "Your Turn to Write" page provides entertaining activities designed to build K-2 writing skills. Children simply follow the example of characters in the story to create posters, journal entries, stories, friendly letters, and more! Reader is 6 1/4" x 9." , Lap Book is 13" x 9 3/8." "Writing Dino-mite Poems emphasizes the writing poetry writing concept.

Meg S Turn

Autor: Glenna Sloan
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ISBN: 9781533179647
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Meg (Margaret) Terry is 15, almost 16 years old. Her natural talent for acting is extraordinary, a fact acknowledged by expert professionals. One of these, Gino Lucci, is director of a summer camp for talented young actors and actresses. During a talent hunt, he sees Meg in a school production. Impressed, he offers her a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, one of ten scholarships to the costly summer camp. But there's a serious catch. Scholarship winners must pay a room and board fee of $2000. Meg's mother is a single mom who is self-employed as a seamstress with a limited clientele and even more limited savings. Even if she had the money for the fee, Mrs. Terry would be unlikely to pay it. Considering Meg's ambition to have an acting career nothing more than an impractical whim, she insists that Meg forget the camp and spend the summer working at a local marina, her usual summer job, to earn money to buy books and clothes for her last year in high school. Determined to attend the camp and encouraged when she hears that the room and board fee has been known to be waived for needy but outstanding scholarship winners, Meg decides to take desperate measures to ensure that she will attend. Without considering the possible consequences of such a decision, she decides to run away to the city, a hundred miles from her village. There she knows a young woman formerly from the village, who, she believes, will take her in and provide the signatures on the documents required for admission to camp. However, her friend and the others who live with her are involved in highly questionable activities and Meg is at risk.

Beyond Glory

Autor: Stephen Lang
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
ISBN: 0822236672
File Size: 34,23 MB
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In Stephen Lang’s theatrical adaptation of Larry Smith’s book Beyond Glory: Medal of Honor Heroes in Their Own Words, Lang presents the stories of eight veterans from World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, rendering firsthand accounts of the actions which resulted in each of them receiving the nation’s highest military award, the Medal of Honor. BEYOND GLORY gathers these men together in the present to look back on the defining moments of their lives and to examine the meaning of courage, duty, and, ultimately, humility.

Love Your Naked Self

Autor: B. Nkrumah
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781983998881
File Size: 46,89 MB
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Love Your Naked Self is B. F. Nkrumah's apology to Black women. In this book he explores the images, ideas, practices, standards, stereotypes, expectations and intentional degradation that leads some Black Women to a place where they don't love their Naked Selves: in particular, the ones forced on them by Black Men. He believes many Black Women lack self love because of the negative seeds sown into their minds from Black Men, so this book is the uprooting of those negative seeds and the planting of positive seeds in order to grow a tree of positive thoughts in the minds of all Black Women. Not only does he address and expose deeper psychological reasons as to why some beliefs are held, he also has exercises after each chapter to actually help Women work through the issues may have developed and fully love their Naked Selves. If you are a Woman or you young Woman who has dealt with being flooded with ideas of a negative self-image, this is the book for you.

69 Poems

Autor: M. M. Renaissance
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781508608998
File Size: 26,65 MB
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69 Poems is an absolute adventure for those who want to experience the zest of life. It's a wild book that gives the same exhilaration as jumping off a building while drinking coffee. It'll make you feel the beauty that created life itself which is the source connected to all of us in a non-religious and spiritual way. This Renaissance man is a rap artist, a stand-up comedian, a film maker, a business man, a man of many children and wives, an ex-pot head and drug dealer, gangster of Jersey City. Now he's remade himself into a coffee shop and bookstore addict, has written songs, books, scripts, created businesses, designs websites, is a graphic artist, athlete, donates to charity, and much more. He continues his journey of being a Renaissance man and is a student and master of many fields of expertise. His poetry is one of many things he has mastered. You will learn a lot from this book, and maybe you can do what no one has ever done. Understand the psychology of a modern day renaissance man.

Angela And Her Boys

Autor: Helga Parl
Publisher: Rainbow Works Pty Limited
ISBN: 9780994279224
File Size: 18,39 MB
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A fictional story about the life of a woman who becomes involved with an IVF scientist