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Weird but True! 4: 300 Outrageous Facts
National Geographic Kids

National Geographic Children's Books, 2012

Did you know that lemons can power lightbulbs, or that some goats climb trees? You'll find 300 more wacky facts like these in  Weird but True 4 !--the latest addition to the blockbuster  National Geographic Kids Weird but True  series. This fourth installment in the successful  Weird but True  series has all-new facts and illustrations, creative type treatments, and more cool photos. Brain-bending facts cover a broad range of topics, ...


Editors of Time for Kids Magazine

Time For Kids, 2013

TIME For Kids The NEW BIG Book of Why Crazy, Cool & Outrageous answers the questions that kids commonly ask and adults can rarely answer. Why are our eyes different colors? Why do we put candles on a birthday cake? Why do we high five our friends? Why do elephants have big ears? Packed with hundreds of new brain busting questions with easy to understand answers that made the first Big Book of Why a best seller. The book is divided by subject ...


Lucky Bitch: A Guide for Exceptional Women to Create Outrageous Success
Denise Duffield-Thomas

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012

Can you learn to be lucky? Don't wait for the stars to align or until you 'deserve' outrageous success. Get ready to explore the infinite possibilities life has to offer and unleash your inner 'Lucky Bitch'. In Lucky Bitch you'll discover fun strategies behind the Law of Attraction to manifest the wealth you want, the love you deserve and the courage to go after the life of your dreams. Learn the inspirational story of how life coach Denise ...


Outrageous Grace : A Story of Tragedy and Forgiveness

iUniverse, 2013

" That morning, a beautiful day on the tropical island of Papua New Guinea, Grace Fabian brimmed in excitement over the idea that she and her husband, Edmund, were close to finishing their missionary project, the translation of the Nabak New Testament. But, while in the midst of translating the love chapter, 1 Corinthians 13, someone murdered Edmund. In this memoir, Grace narrates the couples’ life story—of their separate journeys ...


Outrageous Love

Outrageous Love Ministries and Publications, 2014

#1 Amazon Best Seller! Before anything was made. Before we did anything good or bad. Before we made a decision, or even took a breath. God knew us. God chose us. God loved us.


Outrageous Openness: Letting the Divine Take the Lead
Tosha Silver

Atria Books, 2014

A collection of spiritual lessons, anecdotes, and thoughts on the Divine’s intervention in our lives, this brilliantly written and wonderfully entertaining book teaches us how to live purposefully and in line with the Force of Love. “What if the Divine is constantly igniting roadside flares to get our attention? What if there actually is a Supreme Organizing Principle with an unbridled sense of humor? And what if we each have this ardent ...


Coreldraw 8 F/X: Inventive Techniques & Outrageous Effects
Shane Hunt

Ventana Pr, 1997

Platform: Windows NT/95^M Audience: CorelDRAW users upgrading to 8, Webmasters, graphic designers, computer users designing Web sites Special Features: 96 color pages About The Book- CorelDRAW 8 f/x avoids the tool-oriented approach of typical user manuals, plunging readers directly into the world of sophisticated graphics and multimedia. Covering images for print, Web, and CD-ROM projects, the book helps readers push CorelDRAWs power ...


Sifted: God's Scandalous Response to Satan's Outrageous Demand

David C. Cook, 2011

Discouraged by life’s difficulties—both life-shifting catastrophes and the drip-drip-drip of daily trouble? Dissatisfied with the same old pat answers about God’s role in our hard times? Rick Lawrence offers fresh biblical perspective based on a single Scripture snapshot in Luke 22:31-32. Jesus tells Peter he’s about to be “sifted like wheat”—shaken hard, beaten, and agitated until he practically falls apart. Satan’s going to do ...


EDGY Conversations: How Ordinary People Can Achieve Outrageous Success
Dan Waldschmidt

Next Century Publishing, 2014

Everything you think you know about success is wrong. Set Goals. Work Hard. Be Persistent. It's the typical success advice you can probably repeat in your sleep. The type of advice that doesn't seem to work for you - or anyone you know, for that matter. You work your butt off, but at the end of the day, you're no closer to success than you were yesterday. The ugly truth is that it's not what you're doing that is holding you back. It's who you ...


Weird but True! 2: 300 Outrageous Facts
National Geographic Kids

National Geographic Children's Books, 2010

Did you know that a great white shark can weigh as much as 15 gorillas? That meteorites the size of basketballs land on Earth about once a month? Kids will devour more than 300 wacky facts in Weird but True! 2 —the second installment in a lively new spin-off series from the award-winning National Geographic Kids magazine. National Geographic Kids is the nation’s largest magazine for children, with more than 1.3 million subscribers and 5 ...


Weird but True! 3: 300 Outrageous Facts
National Geographic Kids

National Geographic Children's Books, 2011

Did you know that a lion's roar can be heard up to five miles away? That an astronaut's heartbeat slows down in space? That about $50 billion of Monopoly money is printed each year? Three hundred wacky facts pop from the colorful, compact pages of Weird but True! 3, an irresistible trove of facts and fun, based on the top-scoring feature in the country's premier children's magazine— National Geographic Kids. Brain-bending information ...


Weird but True! 5: 300 Outrageous Facts
National Geographic Kids

National Geographic Children's Books, 2013

Presenting all-new, brain-bending facts and eye-popping illustrations on science, animals, food, space, pop culture, geography and everything else imaginable. Did you know lemons can power light bulbs, or that some goats and climb trees? - In this title are 300 more outrageous and unbelievable facts like these in fifth installment of the Weird But True series, Weird But True! 5.


Woman in the Mists: The Story of Dian Fossey and the Mountain Gorillas of Africa
Farley Mowat

Warner Books, 1987

Deep in the volcano country of central Africa live some of the rarest, most intriguing animals on earth -- the mountain gorillas. Here, in the mist-shrouded forests, Dian Fossey courageously dedicated her life to studying them. Here she patiently waited until the luminous-eyed gorillas accepted her presence, hugged her, and loved her...while she fought for their survival against poachers, callous researchers, zoo collectors, and local ...


Wheeling the Deal: The Outrageous Legend of Gordon Zahler, Hollywood's Flashiest Quadriplegic
Chip Jacobs

Behler Publications, 2008

Paralyzed from the neck down, Gordon Zahler rose from his deathbed to a fast-talking, Hollywood entrepreneur/idea man who traveled the world, lived hard, married, fantasized about water-skiing and chased his dreams to create one of the largest independent postproduction shops in Hollywood. While this is Jacobs story about his coming to grips with his deformed uncle, himself and his mother, the silent victim to Gordon's recklessness, Wheeling the ...


Double Your Income Doing What You Love: Raymond Aaron's Guide to Power Mentoring
Raymond Aaron, Sue Lacher

Wiley, 2008

Double Your Income Doing What You Love breaks life down into six pathways, and then sets out a simple but highly effective system for you to set goals in all six categories every month. Using his MTO system, author Raymond Aaron teaches you how to set each goal at three levels— M inimum, T arget, and O utrageous—so that you can begin to move ever closer to fully creating, and then living, the life of your dreams.


Outrageous Hero The B.T. Collins Story
Maureen Collins Baker

Bryce Hill Publishing, 2008

A book about the life of California's maverick politico, B.T. Collins, war hero, public servant, and double amputee.Definitely not a war story, but the story of a warrior, a chronicle of a hero in the making, of courage beyond the battlefield, and a love of country that transcended any political party. Poignant, often hilarious tale of a life lived with gusto, of an American original who touched you to the very raw. Irascible, irreverent,and ...


Target of Death, cozy mystery: A Cajun Cooking Mystery

Outrageous Books, 2014

When Tammy Rodrigue, known as Louisiana Sassy on the archery circuit, rolled into Bear Paw, Michigan, for the archery competition, Tournament of Trouble, she never expected to be considered a suspect in a murder investigation. Sure, the victim was killed via an arrow through his heart with the same white and pink fletches (feathers) like Tammy uses, but she had just come to town. Not only that, but she was just pulled out of a ditch by a ...


Crossing Seventy: Moments of Outrageous Aging

BookBaby, 2013

Crossing Seventy: Moments of Outrageous Aging takes seventy out of the closet and portrays one woman’s thoughts and experiences as she embraces life and inspires us to do the same. Not self-help, and not a tome about aging, Crossing Seventy instead shares highly personal observations and vivid scenes of days lived center stage at an age when many believe it’s time to get ready for the final curtain. A trip to Lucca, Italy when she was ...


Down and Dirty Birding: From the Sublime to the Ridiculous, Here's All the Outrageous but True Stuff You've ...
Joey Slinger

Touchstone, 1996

Combining useful facts with humorous advice, a witty guide to birding covers how to watch birds without leaving home, collecting the proper equipment, identifying birds, and understanding bird behavior. 20, 000 first printing.


Growing Up NASCAR: Racing's Most Outrageous Promoter Tells All
Humpy Wheeler, Peter Golenbock

Motorbooks, 2010

In 1949, when Humpy Wheeler was 11, he attended the very first NASCAR race. For the next ten years, he spent as much time in the pits as he could, and came to know many of the sport’s pioneers.  Eventually, Wheeler began promoting races at Carolina tracks such as Concord Speedway, Robinwood Speedway, and Starlight Speedway. Racing was so rough back then he kept a gun by his side when he paid the purse, and often used his fists to keep order. ...



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