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A Treasury of British Folklore by Dee Dee Chainey
An entertaining and engrossing collection of British customs, superstitions and legends from past and present. Did you know, in Cumbria it was believed a person lying on a pillow stuffed with pigeon’s feathers could not die? Or that green is an unlucky colour for wedding dresses? In Scotland it was thought you could ward off fairies by hanging your trousers from the foot of the bed, and in Gloucestershire you could cure warts by cutting notches in the bark of an ash tree.
Back to Earth by Nicole Stott
Inspired by insights gained in spaceflight, a NASA astronaut offers key lessons to empower Earthbound readers to fight climate change When Nicole Stott first saw Earth from space, she realized how interconnected we are and knew she had to help protect our planetary home.
Battle Cry by Jason Wilson
Countering a culture that coerces men to suppress instead of express, Jason Wilson calls readers to unlearn society’s definition of masculinity and discover the power of engaging with and mastering their emotions. For decades, Jason Wilson tried his best to “be a man” but struggled to express the full range of human emotions because the only ones he felt comfortable expressing were the traditional “masculine” emotions—anger, aggression, and boldness.
Body Language Psychology by Franz Liszt
Uncover the secret to regaining confidence and improve your social communications with important people. Do you feel like you are not good at communicating or understanding people non-verbally? Do you want to improve your power of developing a closer understanding with your loved ones? Do you want to take your professional communications to a new level? Read more to find out about this book of body language psychology.
Electrify by Saul Griffith
An optimistic—but realistic and feasible—action plan for fighting climate change while creating new jobs and a healthier environment: electrify everything. Climate change is a planetary emergency. We have to do something now—but what? Proposed solutions seem either impossible or inadequate.
Encyclopedia of Herbal by James Lucas
Herbal Medicine Book, Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine Few Highlights from Herbal Medicine Book, We covered all major herbs for health and healing, Its a Complete highly researched and well written Natural remedies book, All Mentioned Herbs are easily available in North America and Europe.
Everyone You Hate Is Going to Die by Daniel Sloss
One of this generation’s hottest and boldest young comedians presents a transgressive and hilarious analysis of all of our dysfunctional relationships, and attempts to point us in the vague direction of sanity.
Happiness Is a Serious Problem by Dennis Prager
In this unique blend of self-help and moral philosophy, perfect for fans of Gretchen Rubin’s The Happiness Project or Dan Harris’ 10% Happier, talk-radio host Dennis Prager shows us that happiness isn’t just a value—it’s a moral obligation.
How I Escaped Political Correctness by Loretta Breuning
You care about the greater good, but you want to define it for yourself. What if you disagree with the politically correct view?You fear ridicule, shunning and attack, so you tell yourself it’s not worth it and find a way to conform. Until one day you can’t. I was politically correct until the day I heard myself lie about a simple fact because the truth didn’t sound progressive. I froze- in the middle of a lecture to 150 students. Enough! I decided to take back my brain.
How to Learn Faster and Be More Productive by Joseph Milano
Upgrade Your Mind. Supercharge Your Memory. Streamline Your Learning. Do you find it hard to focus? Do you struggle to absorb, retain, and recall new information? Do you wish you could learn faster, feel smarter, and be more productive? In this day and age, we are inundated with so much information it’s easily overwhelming.
I Dream He Talks to Me by Allison Moorer
From a Grammy-nominated musician comes a lyrical testament to love and resilience through the lens of parenting her young son, who has nonverbal autism. When Allison’s son, John Henry, stopped using his growing vocabulary just before his second birthday, she knew in her bones that something was shifting.
Nice White Ladies by Jessie Daniels
An acclaimed expert illuminates the distinctive role that white women play in perpetuating racism, and how they can work to fight it In a nation deeply divided by race, the “Karens” of the world are easy to villainize. But in Nice White Ladies, Jessie Daniels addresses the unintended complicity of even well-meaning white women.
One Friday in April by Donald Antrim
Named one of the Most Anticipated of Books of 2021 by The Literary Hub and The Millions A searing and brave memoir that offers a new understanding of suicide as a distinct mental illness. As the sun lowered in the sky one Friday afternoon in April 2006, acclaimed author Donald Antrim found himself on the roof of his Brooklyn apartment building, afraid for his life.
Only Too Late If You Don’t Start Now by Barbara Sher
It’s never too late—to reclaim your creativity, recapture long-lost dreams, and embark on an exciting new life! New York Times bestselling author Barbara Sher has transformed the lives of millions with her phenomenally successful books, workshops, and television appearances. Now, in a provocative new book, she offers a bold new strategy for creating a “second life”—no matter what your age!
Rise by Siya Kolisi
‘Siya’s rise from humble beginnings to lifting that World Cup trophy is the stuff of fairytales.’ MARCUS RASHFORD ‘Siya’s story is well documented, and I am so impressed by the way he conducts himself. As the captain of his team and as a statesman he is measured and thoughtful. He is a leader in every way.
San Fransicko by Michael Shellenberger
The author of the national bestseller Apocalypse Never examines the problems plaguing America’s most liberal cities. San Francisco was once widely viewed as the prettiest city in America. Today it is best known as the epicenter of the homeless zombie apocalypse. What went wrong? Michael Shellenberger has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for thirty years.
Skinwalkers at the Pentagon by James T. Lacatski
Skinwalkers at the Pentagon unmasks the massive scope of the Pentagon’s landmark UFO study that ran from the Defense Intelligence Agency in Washington, D.C., and was executed by Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Book of Celtic Magic by Kristoffer Hughes
Delve into the depths of a magical current that spans over two thousand years. The Book of Celtic Magic provides the unsurpassed power of practical magic and the transformative forces of ancient Celtica. Druid priest Kristoffer Hughes invites you to explore the pantheon, myths, and magic of his native Wales.
The Elements of Choice by Eric J. Johnson
A guide to the inner workings of how decisions are made—and an essential tool kit for helping others make decisions better Plenty of books dwell on the faults in our decision-making or offer advice on how to make better choices.
The Magic of Tarot by Sasha Graham
Bring Enchantment and Luminous Energy into Your Readings Tarot is more than a card trick. It’s a chance to empower your intuition, dive into your dreams, and get to the heart of the matter. The Magic of Tarot is a fantastic guide to creating your own marvelous and magical practice.