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Shalimar the Clown
For Westerners, this book may be better heard than read. While readers might stumble over the Kashmiri, Indian and Pakistani names and accents, Mandvi glides right...
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In the bestselling tradition of Running with Scissors and A Girl Named Zippy, Jennifer Traig tells an unforgettable story of youthful obsession. When her father...
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Farm: A Year in the LIfe of an American Farmer
Farm lyrically recounts a year in the lives of Tom and Sally Bauer, solid Midwesterners who work the bottomlands of the Missouri River to grow “a harvest few city...
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The Ungodly: A Novel of the Donner Party
In 1846 several hundred wagons set out from Independence, Missouri, to follow the California Trail nearly two thousand miles across unpopulated prairies, up...
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Single Mom Seeking
When she hit 30, single mom and romance columnist Rachel Sarah realized that she had been in domestic overdrive too long. Years of dishing up macaroni and cheese,...
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A Hole in the World: An American Boyhood
When he first published A Hole in the World in 1990, Pulitzer Prize-winner Richard Rhodes helped launch and legitimate a decade-long publishing phenomenon—the...
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This massive work deals with the history of the people and the science that preceded and then made possible the development of the atomic bomb. Heavily biographical...
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The Inland Ground: An Evocation of the American Middle West
Inland Ground is Richard Rhodes's first book. It was published quietly in 1970 to critical acclaim (The New York Times Book Review named it one of the best books...
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Heard the one about the dying father? In this savagely brilliant graphic novel by slam poet Daphne Gottlieb (Final Girl) and Hothead Paisan creator Diane DiMassa, a...
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Essentially, this text is the compilation of information that I wish I could have read years ago. Although it is not a comprehensive resource by any stretch of the...
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The Nature of Reiki Energy delves more deeply into what Reiki energy does and how it works. The goal here is to explain Reiki energy to the average person, without...
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Meditation Primer is a compilation of some of my favorite beginner to intermediate meditations and guided visualizations. These exercises are meant as an...
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Are you in pain? Unhappy? Feeling frustrated and unbalanced in your life? Whole Health may be the solution Whole Health doesn't just look to mask physical and...
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Meditations for Pain Relief, is a meditation based approach to pain management and relief. While useful for short term pain associated with acute injury, the...
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Meditations for Stress Management is a compilation of some of my favorite guided visualizations and meditations. I have used and continue to use these exercises as...
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Meditations for Energy and Vitality is a selection of my favorite mediations and guided imageries. I have in the past and continue to use these exercises to...
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Meditations for Releasing Anxiety includes short and long term practices for releasing anxiety. In the first two sections, the meditations and guided imageries are...
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Depression is much more than a simple emotion or feeling. It's more than an expression of being sad, going through a period of grief, or feeling discouraged with...
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Meditation and guided imagery are excellent tools to break the cycle of sleeplessness and regain a pattern of healthy recuperative sleep. In Meditations for...
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