Learning to Kiss (Hardcover)
By Eve E Megargle
Learning to Kiss is a startling, nuanced memoir that delves beyond the current news headlines to reveal what happens when autism and pain collide. It’s an unflinching portrait of a nonverbal young man with autism named Billy who responds to his overwhelming litany of medical issues with courage, grit, and a steely determination to communicate. Eve Megargel’s raw and honest account of her son’s physical, psychological and spiritual dimensions transports the reader into every moment of Billy’s struggle to express his life in the midst of chronic pain. Now at 25, Billy is an independent communicator, artist and yogi. He has been the subject of a documentary film as well as several news articles.
The Psychic Path
By Joseph R Kozenczak & Karen M. Kozenczak
The investigation of a missing 15 year old boy in December, 1978, led police from the Chicago suburb of Des Plaines, Illinois on the pursuit of one of the most significant serial murderers in the annals of crime. Under the direction of Chief of Detectives Joseph R. Kozenczak, the case culminated with the arrest and conviction of contractor John Wayne Gacy for the murder of 33 young men, the majority being buried under his home. Kozenczak, determined to find the last victim, whose life paralleled that of his own son's, chose to consult two psychics, a decision going beyond traditional methods of police investigation. This book reveals the significant information provided by the psychics during the Gacy investigation and highlights the history and development of psychic criminology. A CD, released for the first time, provides actual audio footage of two psychic readings during the Gacy investigation.
By Charles E. Hess
A unique book that is part image atlas, part textbook. Hess’ Hematology began with an idea to teach Hematology and morphology using an equal blend of images and discussion. Using high-quality staining and photography combined with the world-renowned expertise of Charles E. Hess, M.D., F.A.C.P. and Professor Emeritus at the University of Virginia, a range of diseases from normal to malignant cells and disorders are discussed, each accompanied by a clear image. The result is a resource that is both comprehensive and concise, making Hess’ Hematology the perfect handbook for students and medical professionals alike.
Air Battles Of WWII
By Jason Wisniewski
From the battle of Poland to the campaign against the Soviet Union, airpower played a critical role in the Second World War. Initially used successfully by Germany in the tactical role, airpower would be developed by the Allies to be a devastating strategic weapon. This book chronicles the early air battles of World War II, in which Germany came to dominate the European, African, and Atlantic theaters. Specific emphasis is placed on the air forces, units, and aircrew involved in the fighting. Blow by blow descriptions of the air battles are provided as well as pre- and post-campaign analyses.
Love After Life
By Jon L Heinemann
“Love After Life” is the ultimate love story that has no boundaries. Showing us that love between soulmates never ends, but carries on after life on earth.
By Sarah V. Jacober
Squiggy is a fat little gray squirrel. He greedily gobbles up corn from a bird feeder. After
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