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ISBN: 0-7414-5869-1 ©2010
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 156 pages
Category/Subject: TRAVEL / Asia / General
Read modern-day stories of life in Thailand. Get to know the hardships faced by residents of Laos. Understand more of the political and cultural background of Vietnam.
The author has lived in various remote villages around the globe, traveling through all seven continents in the process. She is a devoted student of diverse cultures and enjoys getting to know different lifestyles overseas through community development projects and teaching school. She appreciates the outdoors and loves to hike, kayak, swim, and scuba dive. Serving as a type of cultural ambassador, she presents her travel impressions with the hope of improving global understanding of China and Southeast Asia.
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ISBN: 0-7414-4777-0 ©2008
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 188 pages
Category/Subject: FICTION / Historical
Set against the backdrop of the French and Indian War, Ambush in the Alleghenies pits a resourceful frontier lad against the vicious Ottawa chief who murdered his father.
Perils on the Peninsula is the third Bucktail novel written by William P. Robertson and David Rimer. Besides intense battle action, this book features an in-depth look at the life of a Civil War soldier. Come share the lousy food, the camp camaraderie, and the exuberance of 1860's baseball with the famed First Pennsylvania Rifles. Bonnie Forrest, Horseheads, New York English teacher, highly recommends the book “for all middle schoolers, even those reluctant readers.” Retired elementary teacher, Larry Snyder, calls Perils “outstanding historical fiction that's both informative and entertaining.”
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ISBN: 0-7414-5711-3 ©2009
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 154 pages
Category/Subject: RELIGION / Christianity / Christian Life
To find that the “Spirit of Jesus” lives IN us, and uses our vessels to work on the earth today, was almost more than this spiritually ignorant Christian could believe possible. The author will donate $1.00 from every sale to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Rosemary Mentz-Sutton is a spiritually hungry, life-long student of God, wielding the pen as He guides to captivate His people and others seeking this knowledge: the secret of His power on earth today. The written craft is to enrapture the mind much like an artist’s brush captures your vision. The baptism of the Holy Spirit is to resonate to the Body of Christ, His Church, His full power to us, and the simplicity of acceptance of Him. It is the first of many anointed pursuits demanding obedience to God and the profession of writing His messages with other works to follow in like manner.
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