His Name is Love
They met that night, but hours become days when you’re pressed against a willing body.
The Day The Alien Arrived On Earth
One never knows what they find when they go into the woods. For Gracie and Sarah they knew that when they discovered something they shouldn't have had.
夏日，海水，清风拂面，天气宜人。故事讲述了人生的弧线：从向着高处上升的那一刻开始，交汇于开始下降的那一点。恩佐.贝蒂奈利用他出色的隐喻手法，通过乒乓球，把我们带入了一个神奇的境地。Daniele Tombolini “你的身体是唯一的，头脑也是，你的打法也将是这样。如果你致力于做自己，做好自己，对手将不会知道你的打法。”我想这是Enzo Pettinelli 的短篇小说 《失踪球拍之谜》要传达给读者的信息。在这里，体育变成了生活的哲学。为建立技术风格和真正的，不可重复的自我所付出的努力，鸣奏着和谐的乐章。为了成为一个乒乓球冠军，不需要神奇的球拍，但需要不间断的，艰苦的大量努力和付出，同时还有忘我的热情。就这样实现自我，成为一个唯一的，不可复制的人，让生命变得有意义。没有任何捷径，但每天不懈的努力会伴随着自然成长的过程，让生命变得更纯粹，更有活力。可以假设，写一本书总是因为有一个想法想要传达。广大的家长和教育者可以把这本书作为一个有用的工具利用起来，和孩子们展开对话，引发出对生活，对存在的另一种思考。这对于他们而言，无论在生活方面还是在体育活动里，都很有价值。
The Moops is a children's book about magical furry creatures running amok in a school. A fun and exciting bedtime story. What is a Moop? A Moop is trouble…lots and lots of trouble.No one knows why they are so much trouble,why they play so many tricks or love breaking and smashing things so much.That’s just how they’ve been for as long as anyone can remember.Just ask Sophie Fisher, the girl this story is all about.She’d nod at you and say, ‘Yes, it is hardly ever a good thing... but, sometimes it is.’
Book 1: The Crown Prince (The Kid Emperor of Occultoria)
Jason W. Chan
A kid discovers he's the Emperor of the Supernatural World! A kid who discovers he's the Emperor of the Supernatural World!12 year-old Max has never felt like he belonged at school or in his family. But one day, he is whisked away to a supernatural world where he discovers the very features that make him unique help him survive and even to claim his birthright as the Emperor of Occultoria, the government of the Supernatural World. With his wits, some magical abilities and some friends to assist him, Max must reunite all the rebellious parts of the strife-ridden Occultorian Empire to restore the balance of and keep the peace between the Natural and Supernatural Worlds.His first task is to force the Queen of Purgatorio into submission. As Max steps into the eerie land of wailing ghosts, he discovers that part of growing up means being courageous and confident - even when he doesn’t feel it. An inspirational story of growing up, belonging and believing in yourself, the Crown Prince of
Dog Aliens 1: Raffle's Name
A six month old puppy gets abandoned in the mountains. He meets a she wolf and discovers an odd talent that he has for manipulating the thoughts of others: wolves, other dog aliens like himself, and even humans. This talent comes in handy when he finds himself in a cage at the animal shelter, but Clem's about to find out why he has this talent, and what he's supposed to do with it. Clem is a dog with a secret: he is an alien from outer space. Every morning he digs out of his yard to join his fellow Kaxians. So far, his humans have just filled in the holes, so he should be fine, right? But Clem must keep his secret.No humans can know that dogs are aliens. This gets difficult when Clem's latent psi abilities start to appear!Dog aliens can't wait for their humans to leave them home alone. That's the only time they can do their covert intergalactic trading duties. The little dogs are aliens, too, but they are from a rival planet called Nique, and anyway, who cares about them?There is a
K A Cook
Crooked Words is an eclectic collection of short fiction in pursuit of the many different shades of what it means to live queer. A young transgender magician travels the world on a quest for a mystical talking sword. A witch wonders why her would-be lovers can’t date her the old-fashioned way. A cross-dressing man meets a suit-clad soul whose gender defies definition. A non-binary zombie wishes ze were the hero in science-fiction stories. A genderqueer manservant tries to save her mentally-ill lover with a deck of tarot cards. A boy looks at himself in the mirror and ponders the fear of telling his family that his name isn’t Susan. Crooked Words is an eclectic collection of short fiction in pursuit of the many different shades of what it means to live queer.
What the Kid Did
Jim Parker Dixon
Now there was a kid, this kid was Sid,And this is what he did when he flipped his lid.
My Father's Monkey, A Memoir
This memoir is a history of my family's tobacco use and the effect it had on us. This memoir is about my family's long history with tobacco and the effect it had on my parents and myself. It is not fiction, but a real history of one thread running through my life.
Apprentice Fool (Book One of the Nobody's Fool Quartet)
Thirteen year old Keth only joined a band of traveling players to escape capture, after he tried to steal back some of his village's grain from cruel Prince Dorian. Now, he is the troupe's apprentice fool as they journey towards the capital. Can Keth keep his audience laughing long enough to join the rebels plotting to overthrow the prince, or will the sinister wraiths get to him first? When cruel Prince Dorian's grain collector leaves the village of Mottle with so little grain that they face starvation over the coming winter, only thirteen year old Keth is prepared to do anything about it. His attempt to steal back the grain goes wrong, and he only escapes capture by joining a band of traveling players, as their apprentice fool.The troupe is journeying towards the capital where rebels are plotting to overthrow Prince Dorian. As Keth works to develop his natural talent as a fool, he discovers he has an unwanted gift; he can see the terrifying wraiths that haunt the wounded land. Ca
For Single Women Only: 7 Things You Should Know Before Joining The Military
This very short (short enough to read on your lunch break), yet informative e-book briefly explains in 20 minutes or less, the good, bad and ugly of the military from a woman's point of view. The seven topics discussed range from media reports of sexual assaults, to advice for 30-year-old women about joining the military at age 30. This very short (short enough to read on your lunch break), yet informative e-book briefly explains in 20 minutes or less, the good, bad and ugly of the military from a woman's point of view. The seven topics discussed range from media reports of sexual assaults, to advice for 30-year-old women about joining the military at age 30. This e-book was written specifically for free-spirited, single or divorced women (with no children) who have, or have had, an interest in joining the military. Even if you have no interest in joining the military you will still find some of the information to be quite interesting.
The Adventures of Henri and Charlie
The Adventures of Henri and Charlie. A short story for young children. In which animals can talk to each other. by Terry Aspinall This short story tells of how two pet birds, a Peach Face Parrot and a Yellow Canary escape from their cages and owners, and go on a wild journey to discover what awaits them in the wild.
The Old Woman in the Shoe, Storybook Two
T. D. Hilliard
A short, but sweet look at life with The Old Woman in the Shoe and her many children. A new telling of an old classic Mother Goose story.
Creative Toolbox: 25 different ways to spark your imagination and transform your life and work
Jocelyn Paige Kelly
The Creative Toolbox is creative inspiration when you need it. Open to a topic and start creating right now. Looking for inspiration? The Creative Toolbox is a series of inspirational works aimed at getting you to rethink your life and how you see the world creatively. Topics range in ideas from vulnerability to humor to buoyancy and even spunk. Dive in and ride anywhere and see if some of the exercises bring forth new work or ideas. There are no limits to your imagination.
Smokin' in the Sixties
Carol Marlene Smith
Smokin’ in the 60s was cool man. There was no hiding out behind buildings or having your evening smoke on the front porch. You could smoke wherever you wanted, whenever you wanted. It was freedom, man. This is my account of how it was back then. Enjoy! My non smoking journey is my experience and that is what I hope you take away from it. The writing of this account is not to encourage or discourage anyone to smoke or to quit.I did it my way. If you want to make it your way, be my guest. It was written purely for the pleasure of entertainment. Smoking in the 60s was considered cool. There was no hiding out behind buildings or having your evening smoke on the front porch. You could smoke wherever you wanted, whenever you wanted. It was freedom, man. It was the 60s. This is an account of what it was like to be a smoker then.
Inside the Bear's Lair
This is an ecological fairy-tale to make children aware of the inhumane and virulent behaviour exhibited by people towards animals, and to teach them the great necessity of living in harmony with these creatures.The torture of any animal is not fun, and their abuse cannot be considered entertaining. This book is an ecological fairy-tale written by the author and painter Zanna Mela-Florou, a member of an association for the protection of bears. It will make children aware of the inhumane and virulent behaviour exhibited by people towards animals, and will teach children the great necessity of living in harmony with these creatures. It will also teach them that the torture of any animal is not fun, and that their abuse cannot be considered entertaining. In an effort to be precise at her work, the author renders the true anatomical analogies of the animals in her paintings. The dialogues between the animals are based on their behavioral patterns and instincts. This is not simply a fai
Revolution in Flopdoodle
Four years after the Great Cheese War, His Majesty faces a new crisis. A small group of disaffected nobles are plotting rebellion. His Majesty acts quickly to break the conspiracy, but in doing so plays into the hands of the sinister Baron Balderdash, who wants the throne for himself. An unfortunate accident prevents HM from rallying support at a crucial moment, so things rapidly get worse ...
Palestinian Women: Rising Above Limitations, Expectations & Conditions
This book discusses the evolution of a Palestinian woman, from early 1900's until now. It includes fifty-five face-to-face interviews with Palestinian women ages eighteen to ninety about their perceptions regarding their lives, relationships, education, role models, religion, and views of the West. Over the past seventy years, the lives of Palestinian women have changed in many ways, while other aspects of their lives have remained the same. Prior to the 1940s, very little information was documented about Palestinian women. Most available literature that mentions the word “Palestine” focuses on religion, displacement, or the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The phrase “Palestinian woman” reveals information in the context of domestic violence, religious oppression, or displacement. Where is the literature that shines a light on Palestinian women’s thoughts, opinions, and beliefs regarding their status in society, individualism, roles within the community, marriage, education, and the
The Boy Who Had A Lot Of Toys
Joanne Elisha Yeo
Benjamin was a boy who had a lot of toys but he was never satisfied. Through an event, Benjamin began to learn to value what he has and he also learnt the value of sharing and giving.
The Boy Who Didn't Want To Be Himself
Joanne Elisha Yeo
Meet Adam – the boy who didn't want to be himself! Adam had always felt that he was not good at anything at all while everybody else were good at something. One day, he discovered his talent through a chanced episode.
The Compost Boy
Patricius loves being a Compost Boy, despite the teasing he endures from the townspeople who throw rotten fruit and vegetables at him. However, he runs into a problem when he realizes he is too poor to marry a beautiful landscaping girl -- who happens to be the main reason he loves his job. Patricius loves being a Compost Boy, despite the teasing he endures from the townspeople who throw rotten fruit and vegetables at him. However, he runs into a problem when he realizes he is too poor to marry a beautiful landscaping girl -- who happens to be the main reason he loves his job.This silly, short children's story is an enjoyable read for parents and children aged 4-8. It's also a prequel for a longer children's story still in progress "Johannes XXVI".
Dhruva and other stories.
Hindu mythological stories not only fascinates young minds, but also carry morals ,which will have lasting impressions in young minds. This e-book is intended for this purpose
Three Father Christmas Letters for 2013
Leone Annabella Betts
If you are new to our Father Christmas letters, welcome to a magical world. This little book contains three of them, all penned by Santa Claus especially for your child. They're full of news about life at the North Pole and sprinkled with magical illustrations. Parents who have read our letters in the past say they make lovely bedtime stories in the run up to Christmas.
Quit Smoking Without Cravings
Learn to quit smoking cigarettes from an ex-smoker; someone who has been in your shoes and understands your fears and what you’re going through. Author Christine Wilkinson, who smoked for over 20 years, created this plan and it helped her quit smoking cigarettes without cravings – that was over five years ago, back in 2007. Learn her simple techniques so you can break free from your own prison.
a short story of a kid smarter than his kindergarten teacher. this story raising the education question of today, from a new simple angle, and the parent's part in it.