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Eat To Your Good Health: Exchange Lists and Meal Planning for Eating Disorders
Amy E. Galena M.S.H. R.D., 2011

EAT to Your Good Health: Exchange Lists and Meal Planning for Eating Disorders offers an excellent resource for the development of healthy eating habits for those challenged by eating disorders. Rather than focusing on calories, dieting, or weight gain, author Amy E. Galena, RD, lays out guidelines that encourage readers to develop a positive relationship with food for life-long health. This guide provides • nutrition education and ...


Blood On The Battlefield: A Combat Medic's Story of Service to God and Country
Preston S. Williams, 2011

January 1968, the Viatnamese New Year, Tet, began and Medical Sevice Specialist Preston Williams was in the thick of it. In one year from January to December, during Tet, America, lost over 16,200 of it's soldiers or the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force in one of the most brutal offensive battles in the annals of American warfare. Preston, worked on ward 5-North, also called the "Meat Factory" at Clark A.F.B, Philippines throughout the entire ...


The Marsh: A Folly Beach Mystery
Bill Noel, 2011

Chris Landrum's morning has already started on a down note, as he stands in a cemetery listening to the eulogy for a friend. But his entire day deteriorates rapidly when he hears that a murder victim has been found in the marsh behind his retirement home on Folly Beach, South Carolina. Worse yet, the victim is the business associate of one of his friends. In a matter of hours, Chris's quiet, relaxed life is turned upside down.


The Lion's Path
C. J. Kelly, 2009

In December 1944, a raw American infantry division has its baptism of fire in the Battle of the Bulge. Caught up in this maelstrom of death and destruction, are two very different Americans. One, a battlewise but reluctant officer, who fights not only the Germans, but his own past as well. The other, a book smart sergeant who yearns to break through the wall of race that separates him from so many. Trapped behind enemy lines, they experience the ...


The Yukon in Peril: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery Adventure
Dr. John Watson, 2011

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson have just finished a rather substantial breakfast when they hear a sharp rap at the door, announcing the unexpected arrival of a clerk from the Colonial Office. Holmes and Watson have been summoned by Her Majesty's government and are soon on their way to meet the prime minister to find out why.


The Way of the 4th Toe: Into the Feeling Body
Cmdt Jack Wiener, 2011

Eliminate pain in feet, legs, lower back, and neck by how you stand and walk . This body-mind book details how to change habitual physical and emotional patterns by the way you move. For dancers teachers, physical therapist, psychotherapists, psychoanalysts, artists, who know that the body unconsciously controls to deny feelings! * “The Way of the 4th Toe” is a work of genius. There is no one who cannot benefit from its wisdom ...


Soft Landings In Poetry 2
Mel Senator, 2011

This lovely book takes a reader to the most familiar and comforting of places -- seashore, countryside, bike path -- but each time there is something new. We stand on the beach and notice the mysterious patterns of birds overhead, the casual but poignant spread of beach toys, tangled seaweed, and we see them differently. Senator paints for us the moments of life that repeat endlessly but that we experience uniquely each time, whether in the ...


Mail-Order Wings
Beatrice Gormley, Inc., 2000

Nine-year-old Andrea orders wingsguaranteed to fly!through an ad in her comic book. Incredibly, they work. This is the beginning of her exciting and disturbing adventures with the wings, culminating in a long flight and a difficult decision. A fast-paced story with a spirited heroine and enough buoyancy to keep anyone who fancies flight.Booklist


Harem Girl: A Harem Girls Journal
M Saalih, 2004


The Orange Robe: My Eighteen Years as a Yogic Nun
Marsha Goluboff Low, 2011

After graduating from college, Marsha Low left home to spend eighteen years as an Ananda Marga yogic nun, living in countries throughout the Middle and Far East, Australasia, and Eastern Europe. After undergoing training with the organization, she taught meditation and yoga, opened schools, and performed social work and relief projects.


Hierophantic Landscapes: Lighting Up Chalice Well, Lake Tahoe, Yosemite, the Rondanes, and Oaxaca
Richard Leviton, 2011

The Earth is poised to make a great disclosure. It's a hierophant.


Global Health Training In Graduate Medical Education: A Guidebook, 2nd Edition, 2011

Global Health Training in Graduate Medical Education is a guide to help medical schools, residency programs, students, residents, fellows, educators and allied health professionals create, expand and improve global health education. Investigate the history of global health work, learn from the experience of established programs and health care leaders, seek out new educational resources, and consider the ethical implications of health work in ...


The Origin of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Michele Rubatino, 2010

The fantasyland of Oz continues to fascinate steadfast Oz fans. They sympathize with the tin woodsman in his need for a heart, the cowardly lion in his need for courage, and with Dorothy as she searches for a way to return home to Kansas. In The Origin of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, author Michele Rubatino reveals the mystery behind the evidence regarding the source of the maps found in Tik-Tok of Oz. Rubatino discusses the origin of the maps ...


The Dental Patient's Survival Guide: From An Insiders View
Ellen Broyles, 2011

Ellen is our dental "angel" advocate. Her book exposes all the murky and sometimes secretive details of the dental industry, such as fillings, root canals, crowns, implants, dentures, and more, and the expenses and insurance involved. She presents the information in such an easy to read and informative manner that it's not possible any longer to wonder whether to trust a dental professional or his/her treatment or not. Hooray for Ellen Broyles! ...


David Paul Collins, 2011

When Jack Sligo runs away from his loving Boston-Irish family, he hopes to get a summer job on a cruise ship. His dream becomes a nightmare when he meets two strangers who give him mysterious drinks in a waterfront saloon.


Qualified: Candidate Resumes and the Threshold for Presidential Success
Jamin Soderstrom, 2011

There is no more important decision an American voter can make than selecting who will become the next president of the United States, and voters should not be forced to guess whether a candidate is qualified to become president. In Qualified, author Jamin Soderstrom proposes a resume challenge that could revolutionize the election system and help to bring the presidential hiring process into the twenty-first century.


Sleeping With Lumbago: Often Humorous, Always Personal Stories
Sam R. Culotta, 2011

Spanning seven decades from his 1940s childhood in Rochester, New York, to his retirement in Southern California, Sleeping with Lumbago documents the events and experiences of author Sam R. Culotta's life. He recalls his Catholic school days, his family's migration west, his teens, his military service, and, most notably, the dynamics of his Sicilian-American family.


Internet Dates From Hell
Trisha Ventker, 2011

There are close to one hundred million single adults living in the United States. Of those, approximately thirty-five million will look at online dating sites this year alone. Internet Dates from Hell provides the ins and outs of Internet dating from one woman's experiences, ranging from funny to scary to downright shocking.


Ten Lessons Bankers Never Learn: How Banks Operate and Why Bankers Screw Up
Courtney Dufries, 2011

We have a very good banking system, but you wouldn't know it. It has gotten a well-deserved bloody nose. Bankers put the country on the verge of a complete financial collapse, and it's going to take a lot of work to regain the public's trust.


The Surcouf Conspiracy: A Penetrating Analysis of the Worst Submarine Disaster in History
Julius Grigore Jr., 2011

The S.U.R.C.O.U.F. submarine met disaster on the night of Feb. 18, 1942. As a result, 130 people died.



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