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Ever been bullied? How about badly mistreated? Meet Stuart Duffelmeyer. He knows what it feels like to be treated like trash. Brilliant, quiet, nerdy, and kind-spirited best describe him. He is an NYU student whose classmates target him for total humiliation. Fooling with him was their ultimate mistake. Stuart suffered severely as a result of their malicious behavior. He harnesses the power of nature to serve a dish of revenge that is best served cold to them.
2017. Dr. Thomas Burns, an environmental engineer, is listening to the President, talk about global warming. He and his colleagues quickly realize that Earth will no longer be able to sustain life in a few years. Environmental disasters all over the world are occurring at a quicker rate, and each one seems to be stronger than the previous one. As a result, Tom begins to develop and carry out his plans to build 4 spaceships for 1,000 people each to leave Earth and travel to a new galaxy to find...
Rylan is five and has a mouse friend named Henry. Soon after Dad arrives home from deployment, he announces that they are moving 4,421 miles away. Come on an adventure with Rylan and his family moving from Anchorage, Alaska, through Canada to their new home in South Carolina. Will Henry go with the family, be forgotten, or get packed in a box, left behind. This book is dedicated to military families that mover thousands of miles each year.
Do you wish you could be more assertive, but you worry that you’ll come across as unkind or mean? Do you want to speak up and be the authentic you, without pushing people away? Do you want to ask for respect, without seeming arrogant or confrontational? Many people struggle to find the balance between assertiveness and kindness. Yet, it is perfectly possible.
From unknown comedian Christie Nicholls comes a sidesplitting, spirited and whip-smart collection of laugh-out-loud (when you’re not crying) autobiographic essays. In Elephants In My Room, Nicholls mines her past for honest if not humiliating stories of her formative years, her family, jobs and romantic relationships that are at once extraordinary and absurd.
The overwhelming majority of self-made rich agree it is largely a person’s habits that lead to wealth and outstanding success. If you want to discover their incredible habits and routines then read on. The question I ask myself every day is, ‘Am I doing the most important thing I could be doing?’ – Mark Zuckerberg – If you carry on acting exactly as you are now, where will you be in 10 years-time? Will you achieve your goals?
Welcome back for another heaping helping of horror. These eighteen stories are a bit longer than the previous Fragments volume. Hopefully, they will draw you deeper into their web. I've thrown in an extra special morsel at the end, I hope you find it to your liking.
Meet Lily, a typical London schoolgirl whose life is perfect. Until her mum falls ill, a New Girl arrives and she ends up losing all her friends. A heartwarming, hilarious story based on basic Buddhist philosophy, where through the eyes of a child, we learn about our emotions, friendship, kindness and the power of love. Suitable for ages 7-12.
Seth's tutors have prepared him for a life of danger since he was a child ...They thought they'd have more time ...There's no way he could be ready.He'll have to disappear ... And leave no trace.But now he's cornered.If he doesn't confront his enemies, there won't be anything left of what made life worth living.Family ... Friends ... Home ...He needs allies ... He'll never survive alone. But during his time in hiding, Seth learns something important ... Sometimes you need to fight when it's...