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Where the Lost Wander by Amy Harmon

Title Where the Lost Wander
Author Amy Harmon
Publisher Lake Union Publishing
Release 2020-04-28
Category Fiction
Total Pages 348
ISBN 9781542017961
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this epic and haunting love story set on the Oregon Trail, a family and their unlikely protector find their way through peril, uncertainty, and loss. The Overland Trail, 1853: Naomi May never expected to be widowed at twenty. Eager to leave her grief behind, she sets off with her family for a life out West. On the trail, she forms an instant connection with John Lowry, a half-Pawnee man straddling two worlds and a stranger in both. But life in a wagon train is fraught with hardship, fear, and death. Even as John and Naomi are drawn to each other, the trials of the journey and their disparate pasts work to keep them apart. John's heritage gains them safe passage through hostile territory only to come between them as they seek to build a life together. When a horrific tragedy strikes, decimating Naomi's family and separating her from John, the promises they made are all they have left. Ripped apart, they can't turn back, they can't go on, and they can't let go. Both will have to make terrible sacrifices to find each other, save each other, and eventually...make peace with who they are.

A Law from Eden by Marilyn Taplin

Title A Law from Eden
Author Marilyn Taplin
Publisher Archway Publishing
Release 2017-12-08
Category Religion
Total Pages 344
ISBN 1480852074
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Both John the Baptist and Jesus said, Behold, the kingdom of heaven is at hand. Yet we know that heaven will only come when sin ends. Therefore, humankind needs to know which sin removed us from the first paradise Eden. In A Law from EdenSolving the Mystery of Original Sin, author Marilyn Taplin looks to the Bible to show that the true original sin is not pride or the seeking of knowledge about good and evil; rather, she shows that the true original sin is an act of sexual perversion. A misunderstanding of human sexuality has led to this morally wicked society, and biblical research shows how sexual acts originating in ancient pagan societies and now found in contemporary LGBT communities have distorted the way even those professing to be Christians view their own sexuality. Many believe that the world is moving in the wrong direction, and Jesus shows us how to reverse that direction and bring Eden to the earth once again. If those professing to be Christians learn the powerful truth about original sin and end this sexual act, then they will be able to help usher in the heaven on earth promised by God.

In a Far Off Land by Stephanie Landsem

Title In a Far Off Land
Author Stephanie Landsem
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Release 2021-05-04
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 1496450450
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A story about the price of fame, the truth sacrificed on its altar, and the love that brings a prodigal daughter home. As the Great Depression hits the Midwest, Minerva Sinclaire runs away to Hollywood, determined to make it big and save the family farm. But beauty and moxie don’t pay the bills in Tinseltown, and she’s caught in a downward spiral of poverty, desperation, and compromise. Finally, she’s about to sign with a major studio and make up for it all. Instead, she wakes up next to a dead film star and is on the run for a murder she didn’t commit. Only two unwilling men—Oscar, a Mexican gardener in danger of deportation, and Max, a too-handsome agent battling his own demons—can help Mina escape corrupt police on the take and the studio big shots trying to frame her. But even her quick thinking and grit can't protect her from herself. Alone, penniless, and carrying a shameful secret, Mina faces the consequences of the heartbreaking choices that brought her to ruin . . . and just might bring her back to where she belongs.

Gullstruck Island by Frances Hardinge

Title Gullstruck Island
Author Frances Hardinge
Publisher Pan Macmillan
Release 2009-01-09
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 512
ISBN 0230739482
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Chosen as one of Time Magazine's 100 Best Young Adult Books of All Time, Gullstruck Island is a vibrant and exciting novel, in a beautifully imagined setting, by Frances Hardinge, the Costa Award winning author The Lie Tree. On Gullstruck Island the volcanoes quarrel, beetles sing danger and occasionally a Lost is born . . . In the village of the Hollow Beasts live two sisters. Arilou is a Lost - a child with the power to depart her body and mind-fly with the winds – and Hathin is her helper. Together they hide a dangerous secret, until sinister events threaten to uncover it. With a blue-skinned hunter on their trail and a dreadlocked warrior beside them, they must escape, or risk everything. Can the fate of two children decide the future of Gullstruck Island? 'Everyone should read Frances Hardinge. Everyone. Right now' - Patrick Ness, author of A Monster Calls.

Concerning the Soul by James Alexander Robertson

Title Concerning the Soul
Author James Alexander Robertson
Publisher
Release 1921
Category Soul
Total Pages 255
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The New China by Henri Borel

Title The New China
Author Henri Borel
Publisher
Release 1912
Category China
Total Pages 282
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title W H Auden New York Continuum 1990 175 S 8
Author Wendell Stacy Johnson
Publisher Burns & Oates
Release 1990
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 175
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Briefly traces the life of the modern British poet, discusses his major poems, plays and prose, and looks at influences on his work

Wild and Free Nature by Ainsley Arment

Title Wild and Free Nature
Author Ainsley Arment
Publisher HarperCollins
Release 2021-03-30
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 144
ISBN 0062916580
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The companion to The Call of the Wild + Free: styled in the lush aesthetic of the Wild + Free brand, a four-color book offering outdoor activities and essays, that parents, educators, and caregivers can use to inspire their children. Wild and Free Nature is a beautiful, four-color resource book for parents, educators, and caregivers to enjoy doing hands-on activities outside with kids. One of the core philosophies behind Wild + Free is the belief that nature is the best classroom we could ever hope for. It unlocks the imagination and inspires creativity in ways that a schoolroom never could. Being out in nature has a number of benefits. Studies show that children are more likely to interact with kids of different ages and learn to problem solve in natural settings. Being in natural settings stimulates the brain and restores cognitive function. Children who spend time in natural settings also interact better with kids of all ages and learn to solve problems more easily. They build muscle and coordination and fend off obesity. It cultivates a sense of responsibility for caring for the earth, not to mention, encourages imaginative play, curiosity, and other qualities necessary to spark a love for investigation and learning. This resource book will help equip parents and adults who work with children to get them outdoors with activities such as: Build a treehouse in the woods. Cultivate a garden plot. Make land art and nature crafts. Create a mud kitchen in the backyard. Go for a nature walk each morning. Find a secret swimming hole. Go to the creek to learn about the water cycle. Plant a garden to see what will grow in your backyard. Raise monarch caterpillars and feed them milkweed until they transform into butterflies. Set up a birdwatching station in your front window equipped with binoculars, notebooks, and bird guides. Make a wilderness fort with the fallen branches from trees. With the same lush photography as The Call of the Wild + Free, this book includes step-by-step pictures that show parents how to do the activity, and essays on the importance of nature in a child's life.

American Poetry to 1914 by Harold Bloom

Title American Poetry to 1914
Author Harold Bloom
Publisher Chelsea House Pub
Release 1987
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 576
ISBN
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A collection of critical essays on American poetry from its earliest examples to the beginning of the First World War.

Title Paradoxium The Place That Cannot Be
Author Gary Lewis
Publisher Lulu.com
Release 2015-07-16
Category Religion
Total Pages 92
ISBN 1312622148
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Whether you're into poetry, occultism, spirituality, mystical sciences, theories regarding the law of attraction, metaphysics, art depicting the dark side of nature, unravelling reality, or just like to read poetic and original thoughts of why things are... There is something for everyone, in The Three Worlds series of poetry books, depicting my very unique view of life experience and the world itself and converting my specific views into universal truths. This started as a side project of mine and over the years, I have written many works of my extremely original and unique theories, representations, and symbolisms. As it progressed, it developed into an ever-evolving belief system, for me, personally. The 'Paradoxium' books are first, in the series 'Three Worlds', comprised of 'Paradoxium', 'Inevitum', and 'Relativium'. Read, comprehend, and formulate, in your own way. Enjoy. - Gary Lewis