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Sherry Sharples, a resentful single parent streetwise city child, is dumped on her father, his pregnant second wife and her twin half-brothers for her holidays, because it doesn't suit her mother to have her around. Her stepmother doesn't want her either, but when she starts to have her baby with no one around Sherry becomes a quick-thinking heroine as she finds help.
This book is written to help those who are considering a life of homesteading. There are plenty of resources out there for those wanting to be more self-sufficient or raise their own food, but not many resources have you consider all the aspects such as private road care, before you jump in. This book is a short overview meant to be approachable to any who are interested in homesteading. Depending on the reader's prior knowledge, this book is meant to be a reference though it can also be read...
Follow the adventures of Loren & his buddy Giggles, with Sva and Abi & their friends. These adventuring fairies share their world with you from foraging through the woods, to making new friends, and adventure on a boat to discovering their own special Talents. This sweet children's story is available on Kindle Vella and updated with a new episode/chapter each week. Each episode is a complete short story. The first three episodes are free, the episodes thereafter have a price based upon...
One woman's journey through cancer, chemotherapy and beyond. “Freya here expresses the full scope (of cancer), in her own way, of the rigors of the experience, and, I think, puts it in a form that fully describes its horrors as well as hope.” Troy This is a poetic account of Freya Pickards horrendous experience of bowel cancer.
God speaks to us when we ask Him to. It is vital to invite Him in to talk to you as well. The Bible is not meant to be understood by our natural wisdom. No matter which passages you turn to read, there are treasures in there. Reading a quotation multiple times doesn’t mean you have exhausted it. There is a limit to what we can understand, but God is Infinite. He knows more than we do, and He wrote the Bible! We can have a Bible concordance and commentaries, but we still need Him to speak to us...
When the Stanton kids take a trip in the time machine into the year 3010, they meet up with a race of people called the Troikas who are intent on creating perfect human beings. Initially, the children are impressed with their abilities, but, after they realise that the Troikas aren't what they seem to be, they decide they better return to their time--fast. However, the Troikas have other plans. The children will need to employ every trick they can think of in order to escape. The year 3010 is...
The Stanton kids once again return to their vacation houseboat. When their old enemy, Mr. Powers, creates a vortex which sends him back in time, the children use their time machine to travel back to 1870, where Mr. Powers is a wanted bushranger who tries to hold them prisoner. In a race against time itself, they try to outwit him by destroying the vortex and leaving him stranded--this time with no possible way of escaping back to their time!
While vacationing on a houseboat situated smack dab in the middle of a dry lake bed, the Stanton kids and their cousins discover a time machine that makes their lives a whole lot more interesting...and without a doubt more dangerous!
We’ve created 80+ life skills exercises to put theory into practice. Using this workbook along with Life Skills 101: Everything You Need, But Won’t Learn in School serves as a double punch in the gut of your struggles, bad habits, and insecurities. You’ll have fun while growing into the well-rounded, stable, and confident young adult you want to be. 80+ practices that will give you the strength and confidence to create the life you want: ✔Your principles, rules, and values ✔Your worthiness and...
Growing up is a painful process for everyone involved. Teens want freedom, while parents want their kids to be responsible. Teens struggle with heartbreak, friendship troubles, self-esteem issues, and overwhelming expectations. Parents worry about the choices their kids might make but can’t get through to them... and nobody knows what the #@!% they’re doing. It just so happens that we’ve got a manual for that.

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