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Genre(s): Friendship | Social Skills & School Life
It can be hard to join a new sport or new activity when you know nothing about it. Worrying about what others will think of you or if you will fall flat on your face can be too much to handle for some kids. These are the feelings that Jessica goes through in this kids’ soccer book by KP Baker.
In “Soccer Games – Jessica’s First Soccer Goal” Jessica learns how much fun it can be to join a team, even though she thought she would never understand how to play soccer games. You and your child can go on the journey with Jessica as she finds out the excitement of joining a team and even learning the soccer rules. Jessica learns the value of trying something new and taking a chance.
If you want to:
• Encourage your child to try a new sport or to join a team that he or she has been avoiding due to fear of the unknown
• Teach your child how exciting it can be to try something new and find out that they are good at it
• Show your child just what he or she can accomplish with a little encouragement
Then “Soccer Games – Jessica’s First Soccer Goal” is the perfect book for you and your child. Take the time to sit and read this kids soccer book together. After you finish reading, you can talk about the activities that your child has been avoiding for fear of being bad at it and encourage him or her to give it a try. Buy “Soccer Games – Jessica’s First Soccer Goal” today and get your child on the right path to success whether it is playing a soccer game or participating in any other kids’ activity.
Genre(s): Cookbooks Food & Wine | French
Here is what readers of the Hidden in Cookbook have to say:
“Just plain adorable… I enjoyed the photos of Paris and the food. I ordered her novel based on this cookbook and look forward to reading that.” Lone Wolf, Amazon Reviewer.
“Gorgeous and Yummy! …While the book is very nicely done in small, it is gorgeous on the big screen! Each of the recipes is accompanied by a bit of text from Corrine’s Hidden in Paris, a stunning photograph of Paris, and another of the recipe.” Grandma, Amazon Reviewer.
“Lovely! I liked this book quite a bit – the photos are lovely and the author writes in a casual, occasionally humorous style that I enjoyed. I laughed out loud at the calculator en croute and the “eggs of irreproachable freshness and lineage.” Lucy Ditty, Amazon Reviewer
By the author of Hidden in Paris, a playful cookbook filled with step-by-step recipes of the kinds of meals French people really prepare and eat at home.
Originally created for the readers of the novel Hidden in Paris, this cookbook features twenty delicious dishes described in the novel, mouth-watering photography of food (and of Paris!) excerpts from the novel, and funny stories.
The recipes in the cookbook are mostly traditional French comfort food, easy to prepare and easy to love. The cookbook is intended as an ideal download before a trip to France, especially for those whose idea of the French experience includes shopping at markets and preparing local dishes.
Genre(s): Cookbooks Food & Wine | Special Diet
Are you new to being gluten-free? Want to know what you can eat and how to cut costs?
In this ebook you’ll learn:
- How to identify gluten when reading labels
- How to find free gluten-free cookbooks
- How to look for gluten-free deals at Asian grocery stores
- Where to find deals on premium gluten-free flour mixes
- Which flours are gluten-free
- What you can eat
- What to do at get-togethers
- How to dine out safely
Note: This is NOT a recipe book.
Genre(s): Science Fiction & Fantasy | Cyberpunk
In an overcrowded future city, office worker Scott Coe accepts a promotion to the home office of the mysterious Quantum Corporation–and stumbles into a world of corporate spies, double dealings, and even murder. As Coe probes deeper into the mystery hidden within the labyrinth of office cubicles, he slowly discovers that the line between friend and foe, competitor and conspirator, is a slippery one and no one–not even Coe–is who (or what) they may seem.
Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs | True Accounts
When Joe Burrows was sentenced to death for the brutal murder of an elderly Illinois farmer, he asked me — a young reporter covering my first murder trial — to help tell his story. This non-fiction narrative is a harrowing account of murder, betrayal, and of a femme fatale’s wrongful accusation that put two innocent men behind bars, one of them on Illinois’ infamous Death Row. It was never my intent to prove that Burrows was innocent of murder. Rather, it was to uncover the truth, or close to it at least. After finishing this book and forming their own opinion, readers may want to ask themselves this question — “What was I doing three days ago, and who could I get to back my alibi?”
TRUE CRIME BOOK REVIEWS: Innocent with a Death Row address
“Former staff reporter for The News Gazette Peter Rooney reported on this case in his early journalism days and followed it until its very end – the exoneration of a innocent man.
Rooney makes it clear that his book Die Free isn’t an argument against the Death penalty, but simply another example of why such an extreme punishment should re-evaluated. His points are made clearly and with merit as he details obvious evidence withholding by an over-aggressive district attorney, threats and intimidation of a borderline mentally challenged man, and the old school thoughts of little women versus big, burly men.”
If you’re looking for an interesting, thought-provoking true crime quick read, consider Die Free by Peter Rooney.”
AMHERST DAILY BULLETIN: Justice gone awry: Amherst author’s death-row story makes a case against the death penalty
“When he was 24 and had just a couple of years on the job as a journalist, Peter Rooney was given a critical assignment: cover a murder trial. It was, he recalls, both “exciting and intimidating,” the first time he’d ever handled a story of that magnitude.
But the experience – chronicling the murder of an elderly Illinois farmer in east-central Illinois in 1988 – would ultimately lead him to witness much more: the wrongful conviction of an innocent man, the man’s sentencing to death row, and finally his exoneration, all of which would go on to capture the attention of the national media.”
THE NEWS-GAZETTE: Book tells story of framed Villa Grove man
“The true and sad story of man framed for murder in Iroquois County is now a book, told by the reporter who knows the story best.
Peter Rooney, now an administrator at Amherst College, was a 24-year-old News-Gazette reporter when an ill-educated minor criminal told him he was being set up for the murder of an elderly Iroquois County man, William Dulin.
Rooney followed the story for years and was the first to get a recantation from an important witness for the prosecution.
With a clear style and the closest knowledge of the case, Rooney unravels the complicated story of how a high school dropout, career minor criminal and admitted drug user came to face the death penalty.”
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