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30 Perfect Days: Finding Abundance in Ordinary Life

30 Perfect Days: Finding Abundance in Ordinary Life

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30 Perfect Days, Finding Abundance in Ordinary Life, is a story about the author's quest to live in the moment, make connections, and pay attention to what life has to offer. Like many of us, she would like a more interesting and meaningful life with a vision of what her mission is. But during an Artist's Way workshop, she wondered "what if we embrace the lives we have, day by day, trying to live each day as perfectly as possible?" By the end of her journey, Taller has learned lessons about forgiveness, faith, and acceptance, and knows first-hand that a change of approach can lead any seeker to a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Once we embrace our life as it is, patterns begin to emerge and we start to see how our own behavior has taken us to where we are today and that we've created a life that is more stressful than it needs to be because we are worrying, working towards an unrealistic vision, keeping God out of it, not asking for help, and not being forgiving enough towards ourselves or others. Each chapter can be used for journaling and reflection. Like Sue Monk Kidd's Where the Heart Is, the book challenges the reader to live more in tune with who they, and the author demonstrates tools that help people achieve abundance in ordinary life.

A Calculated Guess (signed)

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A Doctor's Memoirs of World War II (USED)

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A Family of Their Own

A Family of Their Own

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A hate crime strikes the house of Max, Brian, and their newly adopted son Donte. Clinging to his idealism, Max helps his family navigate this difficult time with grit, faith, and acceptance. This novel was written by Malcolm Varner of Grove City, Ohio who is a social worker and mental health advocate. He received his undergraduate degree from Oberlin and his MSSA from Case Western Reserve University.

A is for Africa

A is for Africa

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An alphabet book dedicated to specific events and historians in African American History. In this book readers will gain knowledge about African American History not otherwise taught in typical K-12 curriculum. Be introduced to new vocabulary while reading about empowering facts about African American History.

A is for Africa

A is for Africa

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An alphabet book dedicated to specific events and historians in African American History. In this book readers will gain knowledge about African American History not otherwise taught in typical K-12 curriculum. Be introduced to new vocabulary while reading about empowering facts about African American History.

A Laughing Matter of Pain

A Laughing Matter of Pain

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Harry Rechthart always knew how to laugh, but laughter can hide a lot of pain that's drowned by the bottle and good times. He grew up the joker in the early 1900s in Cleveland, Ohio, but as he enters adulthood, conflict splits him. His once close relationship with his brother, Erik, breaks as they come into their own and Erik goes off to college. No longer under Erik's shadow, Harry feels he might finally shine and make others see him as someone to be proud of. Harry finds an unlikely comrade who understands how he feels-his younger sister, Hannah. Once free of high school, Harry and Hannah double date sister and brother, Kat and Will Jones, attending wild, extravagant parties during the years of Prohibition. Harry thinks he's won at life-he's found love in Kat, in a good time, and in the bottle. But all the light goes out fast when Harry's alcoholism leads to disastrous consequences for him and Kat. Harry thinks the joke's on him now that he's sunk lower than ever. He's in jail. He's pushed away his family. He's a broken man, but in the darkest depths of a prison cell, there is hope. Can Harry rebuild his life and learn that true laughter comes from knowing true joy, or will he bury himself once and for all in this laughing matter of pain?"Harry chooses to laugh off all of his troubles as a teenager, and later - to drink them away, immersed into a chimeric life of illegal alcohol, dubious relationship, and bad choices made in the prestigious Millionaires' Row. One of such choices ends up in tragedy, which will haunt Harry for the rest of his life. Now, it's up to him to rebuild it anew or drink it away like he used to." - 5-star review by Ellie Midwood, award-winning author of The Girl from Berlin series

A Post-War Promise Kept: Growing Up in Euclid, Ohio in the 1950's

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A Special Time A Special Place

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ABC's with Jakee: Illustrated by Calista Ward

ABC's with Jakee: Illustrated by Calista Ward

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A is for apple. J is for jump. Z is for zipper. From start to finish, learning the alphabet is fun with Jakee. Inspired by the author's son, ABC's with Jakee is a beautifully illustrated book. Each page features a hand-drawn picture that highlights one letter of the alphabet. The book utilizes bright colors and familiar words to help parents engage their children and teach them not just the alphabet but words and concepts. ABC's with Jakee would make a wonderful gift for a baby shower or birthday.