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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...
Welcome to the dawn of the Symbiont Wars SagaIzhidra fell from space three millennia ago...to where the Nile cradled Earth's earliest civilization on its banks...Because of her tail and brindled skin, the people mistook her for a goddess...Bastet, the Eye of Ra... Though what else could they have thought?The notion of aliens from another star had no place to alight in their minds. But Izhidra finds the paths of the gods paved with treacherous stones.
In a universe where magic and science exist, two nations battle for dominance. The Utopian Kingdom ruled by the beautiful and wise Princess Asora, and the Darkcon Empire ruled by the cunning and sensuous Queen Laxur. War has broken out between these two nations. Queen Laxur seeks the ultimate magical power, while her little sister Princess Asora hopes that new technology with magic can defeat her mad sister and her wicked empire.
What happens when an ordinary teenager has to turn into a warrior just to survive? And can the journey through Post Traumatic Stress Disorder really become an “adventure?”
Finding her could kill me Nature created the five of us to save this dying planet and forge a balance between mankind and nature. Now we’re pitted against each other. War and me, against Famine and Death. We tried to talk to them, bring them over to our side. They refused… then they made it personal.
With over 500 tools and resources to help you take care of business, The Ultimate Business Toolbox is a must have for every business professional. Inside you will find the perfect tools and resources to manage every aspect of your business, including marketing and sales tools, social media management tools, legal resources, creative tools, financial resources, research tools, web master resources, and so much more. Once you begin using the resources provided by The Ultimate Business Toolbox,...
Brad Ramsey is not a poet; the writer of that art form begins with a blank page. In its entirety, the author already presumes what he has written is extant, because he interprets and copies a masterpiece. Yet, in choosing to tell about his lived experience in community housing while following the method known as pastiche, his first contribution as a writer nonetheless stands as a postmodern homage to one of the great poems of the Romantic tradition.
Peaceful Pilgrim is an unofficial series in no particular order set in Karen Wiesner's fictional town of Peaceful, Wisconsin. Peaceful is a modern-day small community with old-fashioned values and friendly people you'll want to get to know and visit often. Both the Family and Friendship Heirlooms series' are set in Peaceful.
The poems within A Spark of Hope are therapeutic, and some have already saved lives. This treasury of poems is intended to ignite a Spark of Hope in someone who has lost the will to live. A Spark of Hope is meant to give hope where there is none. The aim of the book is to encourage us to appreciate and value life as a precious gift. We can change the things we wish and accept the ones we cannot change..A Spark of Hope is a collection of 49 hopeful poems, by contemporary or new poets, both...