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release date: Sep 30, 1997
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Rattlebone Rock
BOOM! CLACKA-CLACK!

The skeletons dance
And rattle their bones.
Ghosts join in
With musical moans.
Mice squeak by
And bats swoop down.
The BOOMA beat echoes
All through the town.
Witches and goblins
Make the tombstones Knock.
It's time to dance
To the Rattlebone Rock!

release date: Sep 01, 2015
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The Wellness Workbook for Bipolar Disorder: Your Guide to Getting Healthy and Improving Your Mood

Studies show there is a clear link between bipolar disorder and obesity-related illnesses. In this workbook, a leading Harvard Medical School researcher and bipolar expert presents a step-by-step, evidence-based behavioral lifestyle program to help people with bipolar disorder live healthy lives, regulate moods, and lose weight.

If you have bipolar disorder, you already know about the emotional ups and downs that can accompany this disorder. But you may not know that people with bipolar disorder are far more likely to die from obesity-related illnesses as a result of poor nutrition and poor lifestyle choices.

For the first time ever, this comprehensive workbook offers the proven-effective, Harvard-researched diet and lifestyle program made popular in the best-selling book Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy, to help you manage your moods, lose weight, and thrive.

When you are experiencing a manic or depressive episode, making healthy lifestyle choices is probably the last thing on your mind. That’s why The Wellness Workbook for Bipolar Disorder offers guidance to help you implement healthy changes into your daily life—one step at a time.

release date: Feb 01, 1991
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Andrew Lloyd Webber: Arranged for the Harp
(Harp). In this book, Sylvia Woods has arranged 11 songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber from many of his most famous pop operas. Five of the songs are from Phantom of the Opera , as well as hits from Cats, Starlight Express, Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar, Requiem and Tell Me on a Sunday . For intermediate to advanced players. Many songs have sharping lever changes within the pieces. They are in the keys of C or G, with fingerings. 36 pages, spiral-bound. Playable on both lever and pedal harps.
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release date: Jan 26, 2016
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Diseases of Coral
Coral disease is quickly becoming a crisis to the health and management of the world’s coral reefs. There is a great interest from many in preserving coral reefs. Unfortunately, the field of epizootiology is disorganized and lacks a standard vocabulary, methods, and diagnostic techniques, and tropical marine scientists are poorly trained in wildlife pathology, veterinary medicine, and epidemiology. Diseases of Coral will help to rectify this situation.
release date: Oct 01, 1989
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Seal Child
While entranced by the seals that swim off the shore of the Maine island she visits during holidays, sixth grader Molly befriends an interesting girl her age who seems different from other humans.
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release date: Aug 24, 2004
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One Heart: Universal Wisdom from the World's Scriptures
The purpose of One Heart is to illuminate the common sacred ground at the heart of seven faiths: Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and Taoism. Its method is to identify 65 essential principles, among them: Feel what other people feel; Don't harm others; Lead with virtue and concern for others; Be honest; Practice what you preach; Be content; Don't let anger take over; Choose your companions wisely; Accept the existence of spiritual beings; Seek and you will find. Illustrating each principle are one, two, or three quotations (adding up to more than 600) from a wide variety of texts sacred to each of the seven faiths—including the Old and New Testaments, the Talmud, the Mahabarata, the Tao Te Ching, the Bhagavad Gita, the Analects of Confucius, and many other sacred sources. In addition, each chapter also provides guidance on a spiritual theme or practice—prayer beads, a home altar, labyrinth walking—to enhance our understanding of these wise words and universal principles.
release date: Mar 29, 2017
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US Presidential Elections and Foreign Policy: Candidates, Campaigns, and Global Politics from FDR to Bill Clinton (Studies In Conflict Diplomacy Peace)
While domestic issues loom large in voters' minds during American presidential elections, matters of foreign policy have consistently shaped candidates and their campaigns. From the start of World War II through the collapse of the Soviet Union, presidential hopefuls needed to be perceived as credible global leaders in order to win elections―regardless of the situation at home―and voter behavior depended heavily on whether the nation was at war or peace. Yet there is little written about the importance of foreign policy in US presidential elections or the impact of electoral issues on the formation of foreign policy.

In US Presidential Elections and Foreign Policy, a team of international scholars examines how the relationship between foreign policy and electoral politics evolved through the latter half of the twentieth century. Covering all presidential elections from 1940 to 1992―from debates over American entry into World War II to the aftermath of the Cold War―the contributors correct the conventional wisdom that domestic issues and the economy are always definitive. Together they demonstrate that, while international concerns were more important in some campaigns than others, foreign policy always matters and is often decisive. This illuminating commentary fills a significant gap in the literature on presidential and electoral politics, emphasizing that candidates' positions on global issues have a palpable impact on American foreign policy.
release date: Apr 01, 2015
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Ember: A Journal of Luminous Things (Volume 1, Issue 1)

Ask any successful author how they got their start, and they'll tell you that when they were young they loved reading. One of the foundational goals of Ember is to foster the next generation of great writers by providing them with excellent reading material now. We believe that people who learn to love reading at an early age are more likely to seek knowledge in science, technology, engineering, and math.

Those who then learn to love writing often go on to apply creativity and problem solving to those same critical disciplines—underscoring the importance of solid reading and writing skills.

But we're not just looking at writers who may have talent someday. Many adolescents and teens already show genuine imagination and talent not just potential, but real mastery of language and storytelling. While we love great writing from contributors of all ages and experience levels, we're especially eager to purchase and publish stories and poems from younger writers in order to provide a professional experience and a platform from which to launch their careers.

Our inaugural issue is beautiful inside and out, with amazing contributions like:

  • Cover art by James R. Eads
  • Illustrations by Sean Greenberg
  • Stone Showers The Precipice
  • Todd Walton Honey
  • JC Hemphill Dead Dog
  • BC Flinton Mimeograph
  • Jeff Suwak The Familiar and his Alchemist
  • Kacey Vanderkarr Distraction
  • Andrew Kaye Roots and Branches
  • Melissa Shaw The Astronaut
  • * Sho Sho Leigh Ho Splitting the Seams of My Pants
  • B L Draper The Great Garden Heist
  • Bert Lowe Cat Tail
  • Laura M Kaminski Dim
  • * Sylvia Hicks Fleeing from Fire
  • Jeffrey Beck Outlaw
  • Edward Ahern Puzwuk the Orphan Boy and the Starving Time
  • Gerri Leen They Just Don't Mix
  • David Neilsen The Séance
  • Cathleen Cohen Stealing Colors
  • Bo Balder She Waxes While We Wane

* Young contributors (age 14 and under)

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release date: Jan 01, 2013
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Black Jaguar Green Jade: A Maya Mystery (Maya Mysteries)
A story set in the jungles of Belize introducing Maya, a high school student in Tucson who realizes her hopes of joining and archaeological dig and her wildest dreams of fantasy and adventure. She must also confront drug dealers, kidnappers, and her feelings for Balam, a young Maya prince while translating glyphs and digging in the steamy jungle near a beautiful beach. With the help of her friends, both real and spectral, she solves an ancient puzzle and helps the animals and people she loves. An mystery adventure for readers who want to learn more about the Mayans and archaeology while enjoying a fascinating and involved plot with some fantasy and romance thrown in. A different kind of young adult book for the discriminating reader.
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release date: Apr 15, 2010
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Cornbread Nation 5: The Best of Southern Food Writing (Cornbread Nation Ser.)

The fifth volume in this popular series from the Southern Foodways Alliance spans the food cultures of the South. Cornbread Nation 5, lovingly edited by accomplished food writer Fred W. Sauceman, celebrates food and the ways in which it forges unexpected relationships between people and places. In this collection of more than seventy essays and poems, we read about the food that provides nourishment as well as a sense of community and shared history.

Essays examine Nashville’s obsession with hot chicken and the South’s passion for congealed foods. There are stories of green tomatoes frying over a campfire in the Cumberland Mountains of Tennessee and tea cakes baking for Easter in Louisiana. In a chapter on immigrant cooking, writers visit the Mississippi Delta where a Chinese family fries pork rinds in a wok and a Lebanese restaurant serves baklava alongside coconut cream pie. Alan Deutschman, a self-described “Jewish Yankee,” chronicles his search for the perfect country ham. Barbara Kingsolver extols on the joys of eating sustainably. Sara Roahen writes a veritable love letter to the venerable New Orleans Sazerac. Kevin Young delights with his “Ode to Chicken,” and Donna Tartt treats us to what else but bourbon. Cornbread Nation 5 is a feast for the eyes, and if you’re not hungry or thirsty when you pick up this book, you will be when you put it down.

Published in association with the Southern Foodways Alliance at the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi. A Friends Fund Publication.

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