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Genre(s): Family Relationships | Parenting
this book is on all moral qualities that can refine and improve people’s behavior, and perfect and prolong interactions and relationships. it can cure negative behavior by teaching the right morals needed for interacting in life situations. this book lists and describes a 120 moral traits and calls them virtues.
Genre(s): Fairy Tales | Science Fiction & Fantasy
A new family has moved into the old haunted McAdams house next door.That very same night Lani and Jake see an orange monster standing by the window. When they meet Nicole, their new neighbor she acts very mysterious when asked if she has a brother. What does it all mean?
Lani and Jake together with their friends, plan to capture the orange monster before it eats all the kids in town. They call their group the Hollow Garden Club in honor of their secret place, The Hollow Garden. Will they capture the monster or will it eat all of them?
Genre(s): Cookbooks Food & Wine | Vegetables & Vegetarian
Cooking vegetarian meals has never been easier!
“Easy vegetarian cooking” covers its topic in a way that makes it an excellent choice, especially for new vegetarians. The cookbook begins with a summary of the vegetarians’ nutrition needs and sources for the “tricky” nutrients. The second part of the Introduction presents the Harvard Healthy Eating Plate and explains why this guideline is preferable to various Vegetarian Food Pyramids.
˃˃˃ The heart of this cookbook is the chapter containing a month’s worth of balanced, delicious and filling vegetarian recipes for quick dinners including:
- French ratatouille with baked parmesan polenta- Bell pepper and mushroom pizza- Sun-kissed vegetable quiche- Potato salad with green peas, carrots and apples- Spicy green beans with quinoa- Multivitamin lentil salad- Greek salad with young potatoesWritten primarily for lacto-ovo vegetarians (vegetarians who eat eggs and dairy products), this cookbook will also work well for intermittent vegetarians (omnivores who go meatless from time to time) and semi-vegetarians. Some of the recipes are suitable for vegans.
˃˃˃ In addition to the dinner recipes, this cookbook will give you lots of healthy lunch ideas thanks to the chapter on vegetarian wrap sandwiches.
You’ll be pleased to discover how many options there are for wrappers (including gluten-free and low-carb) and for the “glue” that holds the filling together. You’ll learn how to roll a wrap so that the filling stays in place, and enjoy 16 delicious vegetarian recipes including:- Tomato omelet wrap- Pesto & asparagus wrap- Hummus and broccoli wrap- Mushroom & lemon zest wrap
˃˃˃ To sum up, if you enjoy healthy vegetarian meals and like the idea of preparing them fast, then check out this cookbook!
Genre(s): Christian Living | Religion & Spirituality
Some days, the news seems too much to bear. Yet another tsunami or earthquake or flood or fire or war atrocity. One more gun-toting madman stalking young people in idyllic Norway or moviegoers in Colorado or schoolchildren in Newtown, Connecticut. We turn off the news only to get a phone call about expectant parents with a stillborn baby, or a loved one whose cancer has returned.
Really, God? we ask. This again?
If we have faith in God, it gets shaken to the core. What was God doing in the moment when that tragedy could have been prevented? If we can’t trust God to keep our children safe or our loved ones from dying in agony, what can we trust God for?
In his classic book Where Is God When It Hurts, Philip Yancey gave us permission to doubt, reasons not to abandon faith, and practical ways to reach out to hurting people. Now, with new perspectives and stories gathered across nearly twenty-five years, once again he tackles the hard questions head-on. His visits to three places in 2012 raised the old problems with new urgency.
More veteran pilgrim than curious journalist in his later years, Yancey faces with his trademark honesty the issues that often undermine faith, yet he emerges with comfort and hope. Along the way, he shows that Christians have an important role to play in bringing healing to a deeply wounded world.
There are hopeful reasons to ask, once again, the question that never goes away. . . .
Genre(s): Family Saga | Contemporary
Real families aren’t always the ones you know about…
When Christine Blacksworth’s larger-than-life father is killed on an icy road in Magdalena, New York, a hundred miles from the ‘getaway’ cabin he visited every month, she discovers a secret that threatens everything she’s always held to be true. Her father has another family which includes a mistress and a daughter. Determined to uncover the truth behind her father’s secret life, Christine heads to Magdalena, prepared to hate the people who have caused her to question everything she thought she knew about her father. But what she finds is a woman who understands her, a half sister who cherishes her, and a man who could love her if she’ll let him. The longer she’s around them, the more she questions which family is the real one. . .
Note: This book contains sexual content and profanity. While the author believes these situations are handled in good taste, she acknowledges some readers will choose to pass on this book.
Truth in Lies Series:Book One: A Family AffairBook Two: A Family Affair Spring (November 2013)Book Three: A Family Affair: Summer (2014)Book Four: A Family Affair: Fall (TBA)
Bonus material: Two Chapters of PULLING HOME, Book One of That Second Chance Series – She’ll risk anything to save her child…even the truth.
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