On one grumpy day, Ethan found a cute, little kitten. The kitten was frightened and very cold, so our hero wanted to give him a hand, or rarher a paw. However, how will Ethan take care of a kitten if he doesn't take care of himself? Will Ethan be able to give the kitten a home? What will Mom say? If you want to find out: Come and join Ethan, have fun with a Kitten and colour the extra pictures just for you! Marvelous pictures, charming poems and lovely songs - all in one amazing book!
Have you ever been with family or friends and went to a movie, rented a VCR tape or DVD, or turned on the television to watch a movie or show that they wanted to watch, and you thought all right this might be interesting, but found yourself totally bored about five to ten minutes into the program? Maybe you started poking fun at the program, left, shut it off, or simply changed the channel even though your family and friends wanted to watch it ...
This book is a whimsical take on the puzzle and purpose of existence. It employs a casually structured conversation-style narrative to discuss a wide range of topics that include the randomness involved in all creation, mysteries of the human mind and consciousness, the miracle of evolution and resulting nature, the reality of moral values and fallacies of our society, perplexing supernatural myths of possessed humans, and the like.
This introductory guide to the Metabolic Health Publication series outlines how this group of inexpensive books provides you with pragmatic solutions to metabolic health problems rooted in high blood sugar and insulin resistance, including weight problems. Written by an historian of science, the Metabolic Health Publications series addresses: Metabolic syndrome, Reversing prediabetes and diabetes, Reversing high blood pressure, Microbiome health and more.
The twins, Otta and Erl, manage to escape from the Kaerlings in Aura Vere by hiding amongst the Suryans during their annual Exodus. Erl loves his new life with his new friends, but Otta struggles with an inexplicable dislike of her rescuers. Can harmony ever be restored in the twin's relationship? Why does Otta dislike the Suryans so much? And when will they reach the end of the Unicorn's Trail?
A thoroughly referenced monograph written by a Herbal Medicine BSc (Hons) graduate. Anyone interested in familiarizing themselves with the information on hops in the literature, including in clinical trial papers, may find this monograph useful. Key points from clinical trial papers are summarized concisely so that people who do not have time to sift through long study papers can at least catch a glimpse of key themes.
When Cate Stewart’s life falls apart, a job cataloguing the vast library at Highcrag on the Scottish east coast sounds perfect. Especially since she has a personal interest in the notorious Scottish witch hunts of the sixteenth and seventeenth century on her mother's side. But the house has a dark past that seems to affect the present. And an owner, Lyall Kinnaird, who unexpectedly stirs Cate’s damaged heart.
Being a secret pirate is no easy thing for Sixteen-year old Miles who is a dishwasher in the South Seas. . . But when an escaped convict floats ashore in the body of a shark, his fate changes. Fighting back horrors of a life of boredom, he is thrust into a dangerous plot involving a stolen map, a crashed glider, and a sunken ship. But Telescope Jim has newly-constructed ships, and is hunting the rebellious pirates in search of their treasure.
Set in the 1970s, mostly in Warrington, a declining industrial town on the banks of the River Mersey approximately equidistant from Liverpool and Manchester, the story concerns a rebellious teenager whose determined refusal to take high school O-level examinations ultimately lands him in the padded cell of a high-security mental hospital for the criminally insane. This book is a hard-hitting, no-holds-barred description of life in the post-industrial wasteland of north-west England in the 1970s.
There are many; new activities, matching sets, and recognizing numbers, and letters. Games, puzzles, and brain teasers; all help with ways to learn, Numbers, Colors, and Letters! Engaging material to help and keep young children busy with fun ways to ‘Learn and Grow’! Ensure that your child, niece, nephew, or a neighbor’s child are ready before schools begin. Pick–up a copy help enhance the child’s learning skills.
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