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The Path of the Wind

Miles Foster is a newly minted teacher who dreams of getting a teaching job in the highly respected and financially stable Portland, Oregon school system where everything is available, and where he and his wife call home. But the only opening for his talents is in a remote lumber mill town in central Oregon, two hundred miles away. It is a poor school with forty students, and is controlled by a ...

The Probiotic Cure

In 1982, it was discovered that the vast majority of stomach ulcers are caused by H. pylori, nasty little bacteria found in the gut. In spite of the evidence, it took the U.S. medical community ten years to accept this finding and change their treatment of ulcers. In 2015, scientists have come to an equally startling conclusion: An imbalance in the bacterial community of your stomach can cause ...

The Realities of Creation

Because we are multi-dimensional beings, we have the ability to create in several, if not many, different realities. We aren't just limited to the physical world anymore. Truly we never were, but we just weren't able to expand our minds to be able to see that. We had no frame of reference. The past is gone, taking with it all thoughts of playing small. We have found that magic lamp, and we ...

The Reluctant Healer

Before mid-1930s, health care in America was composed of many approaches. There coexisted a diversity of medical schools, each addressing a different facet of the healing arts. It was in the late 1930s that young Ralph Weiss was trained at the American School of Naturopathy in Manhattan, New York, under the guidance of Dr. Bendict Lust, the father of naturopathy. Dr. Weiss' path has crossed many ...

The Second World War Asia and the Pacific Atlas

Beginning with a look at the readiness of the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy and the United States armed forces, this book gives a detailed account of the Allies’ brutal five-year struggle with Japan. It examines the interrelationship of land, sea, and air forces as they battled over the vast reaches of the Pacific Theater of War.

The Second World War: Asia and the Pacific

Beginning with a look at the readiness of the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy and the United States armed forces, this book gives a detailed account of the Allies’ brutal five-year struggle with Japan. It examines the interrelationship of land, sea, and air forces as they battled over the vast reaches of the Pacific Theater of War.

The Second World War: Europe and the Mediterranean

From the prewar development of the German war machine to the ultimate victory of the Allied coalition, here is an in-depth analysis of the battles that raged on the Western and Eastern Fronts. It examines the major strategies, the innovative tactics, and the new generation of weapons—along with the people who used them.

The Second World War: Europe and the Mediterrean Atlas

From the prewar development of the German war machine to the ultimate victory of the Allied coalition, here is an in-depth analysis of the battles that raged on the Western and Eastern Fronts. It examines the major strategies, the innovative tactics, and the new generation of weapons—along with the people who used them.

The Secret of Effortless Doing

Most of us believe that something needs to happen or to be achieved in order for us to be happy. We all have that one thing or more, typically related to money, relationships, or better health, which we see as essential for our well-being. And then, in many cases, that thing happens to us. But after a short reprieve, we find ourselves back to the same feeling of lacking another thing that would ...

The Secrets of Staying Young

Discover natural ways to turn back the clock on aging. Learn how to live a healthy, active life from ancient teachings and modern technology. The Secrets of Staying Young reveals potential causes of and natural treatments for arthritis, gout, osteoporosis, memory loss, Parkinson's disease, cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, baldness, and wrinkled skin. 

The Smart Brain Train

This delightful book offers a nutritional approach to improving children's brain health. The authors first address the child, explaining the importance of water, exercise, and nutrition in brain development. They then offer vital supplemental information for parents, who are guided in taking an active role in their child's brain development with the goal of achieving higher levels of learning. A ...

The Sophisticated Olive

With a history as old as the Bible, the humble olive has matured into a sophisticated culinary treasure. Enter any fine restaurant and you will find the sumptuous flavor of olives in cocktails, appetizers, salads, and entrées. The Sophisticated Olive is an informative guide to this glorious fruit’s healthful benefits, uses, and tastes. It also presents over 100 kitchen-tested recipes, all made ...

The Sourdough Bread Bowl Cookbook

San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf has long been known for its sourdough bread bowls filled with piping hot chowder. Not just for chowder anymore, these hollowed-out rounds serve as edible vessels for meals of all kinds. Now, The Sourdough Bread Bowl Cookbook will help you get started serving food this way. After learning how to properly carve out a bread bowl, you’ll find over 100 ...

The Strange Case of Dr. Doyle

In the spring of 1905, members of an exclusive club of crime enthusiasts known as Our Society were taken on a guided excursion through Whitechapel, one of London’s most notorious districts, by Dr. Frederick Gordon Brown, the chief police surgeon for the City of London. But this was no ordinary sightseeing tour. The focus of the outing was Jack the Ripper’s reputed murder sites, and among the ...

The Street Smart Sales Pro

Evaluate the top producers in any sales force, and what will you find? You’ll find salespeople who know how to sell in the real world—people who are positive, aggressive, motivated, and savvy; people who are confident and think quickly on their feet; people who know how to get things done; people who are just plain street smart. Were these people born this way? Absolutely not! They learned their ...