Saving Eden. An Ecology Romance.
The Small Town American Girl. The Englishman, and the Frog!
"There is a conflict in every life called Love.
A conflict as old as the Garden of Eden.
A contest between right and wrong.
Within this battle of Love, every human being has a part."
She's an All-American girl from Harlan County.
He's a world-renowned ecologist from England.
How were they to know their paths would cross in such a strange way?
Was it fate or folly?
How can falling in love be so easy, and yet so hard?
They are just hoping they can stop the road being built, before it's too late.
Or at least before they both fall harder than they've ever done before.
Alone they are one voice. Together, they are Saving Eden.
A captivating and fascinating thought provoking read!
A modern and heart-warming ecology romance about two single parent families and second-chance love, set in Harlan County, Kentucky. Featuring special guests, and UK country music band, Ward Thomas.
An earth fiction romance. Based in real environment, deep ecology, science, nature, and the conservation of the planet and The Holocene extinction.
Earth is rising in the House of Voltar...
And there'll be hell to pay!
That's right. The invasion is on . . . and it's coming soon to a galaxy near you. The action couldn't be hotter, and the plot couldn't be more diabolical. Earth is coming to Voltar — and the Voltarians won't know what hit them.
Murder, blackmail, drugs, psychoanalysis, PR firms, sex-crazed teenyboppers, riots in the streets, women in chains. These are the powerful secret weapons of war — perfected on Earth and imported to Voltar — which are now being exploited by the ruthless Lombar Hisst, chief of the Coordinated Information
Apparatus (the infamous CIA). His obsession: total domination of the Voltarian Confederacy.
Can anyone stop the madness? Does anyone have the courage and charisma to crash this party?
Enter Royal Officer of the Fleet, Jettero Heller. Dodging Death Battalions and death warrants, he's racing from Earth to face the challenge. But Hisst has taken Heller's beautiful sister hostage, and she may be the one who has to pay the ultimate price of Villainy Victorious.A Galaxy Press audio production.
A local investigating magistrate unsuccessfully tries to explain that it is wrong to take nuts off the railroad track to a peasant, Grigoryev, who simply cannot see why he's to be deprived of his right to use an iron nut as a weight for his fishing line.
Mark Twain's classic satire on the German language. A must listen for anybody learning German or living in a German-speaking country. "The Germans have another kind of parenthesis, which they make by splitting a verb in two and putting half of it at the beginning of an exciting chapter and the other half at the end of it. Can anyone conceive of anything more confusing than that? These things are called 'separable verbs'. The German grammar is blistered all over with separable verbs; and the wider the two portions of one of them are spread apart, the better the author of the crime is pleased with his performance."
What do you get when you mix a 6 year old with a global crisis? If you twirl around, click your heels three times while chanting "there's no place like home," you get a punny joke book! Tired of reading the same boring books?
Want to read something funny and learn how to tell your own jokes? Then you've come to the right place! Read laugh out loud jokes in part I and learn my secret joke formula in part II. Learning how to tell your own jokes sparks creativity and creates endless hours of fun; Perfect for subway rides, airplane travels, long road trips and bored days at home.
Q: What did the fallen horse say to the other horses? A: Help! I've fallen and I can't "gitty-up!"
Clean comedy for the whole family. Perfect for young budding comedians of all ages. Children love to tell jokes to parents, friends, and other family members.
A pun is a figure of speech that uses similar-sounding words or exploits multiple meanings of a term. Written by Wolf Cub Chlo, the first section of this easy-to-read book provides a question-and-answer style with several examples of puns.
The second section of this children’s picture book teaches children—and their parents—how to come up with a pun by using a similar-sounding word or phrase. Children love a good pun or joke that tickles your 'punny bone. Puns will keep kids entertained ... Puns can also serve as a lesson in spelling since puns often use similar-sounding words that have a different spelling. Knight and night sound the same but have very distinct spellings and different meanings. What do you call a knight who is afraid to fight? Sir Render. Oh, surrender. A pun makes people think of what that word should be or how it should be spelled. I think teachers will benefit from this book by giving children some examples of puns and how to make them up. Often, puns start with a question: What do baseball players eat on? Home plates!"- Readers favorite review, 5 stars
Having left Sherlock Holmes apparently deceased at the conclusion of The Final Problem (in The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes), we now find that he is alive after all! In this collection, first published in 1905, the great detective causes Watson to faint (The Empty House), demonstrates that cryptography is elementary (The Dancing Men), and gets engaged (Charles Augustus Milverton). Join in the fun as Holmes deduces his way through these thirteen adventures. (summary by Laurie Anne Walden)
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