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Magic Eyes: Vision training for children

by Leo Angart

Leo Angart runs workshops all over the world, helping people to regain their natural vision and throw away their glasses for good. He regularly encounters children whose eyesight is being adversely affected...


Right Of Way

by Douglas Marc

Through an amazing series of events, the Federation is toppled and the two planets are attempting to form one government to run both worlds. Even though this is the desired result both were looking for, there...


The Patchwork Girl

by Hasani Walker

Meet the Patchwork Girl, a very adventurous little rag doll. While lying under a tree on a cloudy day, Patchwork is brought to life by a dragonfly named Poco and his two brothers. Full of curiosity, Patchwork...


My Double Life 1: This Dark Wood

by Nicholas Hagger

A writer's successful search for meaning, purpose and truth, and emergence from a Dark Night of the Soul to illumination and unitive, universal consciousness during the Cold War.


My Double Life 2: A Rainbow Over the Hills

by Nicholas Hagger

A writer's search for meaning, purpose and truth, which leads to universal consciousness, innovations and projects of founding. His vision of Universalism is like a rainbow with seven bands over "seven hills...


History Riddles: A Treasure Trove Book

by Leon Conrad

How well do you know your history? Pit your wits against this collection of 30 cultural riddles featuring popular historical stories and legends.


Francois Boucher: 192 Master Drawings

by Blagoy Kiroff

François Boucher was French Rococo painter, engraver, and designer, who best represent the frivolity and elegant showiness of French court at the 18th century. His career was hugely successful and he received...


The Ten Lost Tribes

by David Baron

In Part I. I have dealt with Anglo-Israel assertions and claims, and the arguments by which they are supported; in Part II., which is constructive in its character, and in which the greater part of my original...


The "True" History of the Roman Empire

by Gilbert Abbott Becket

The writer of this book is animated by an earnest wish to aid, as far as he is able, in the project of combining instruction with amusement; and he trusts he shall not be blamed for endeavouring to render such...


A Mine of Faults

by F. W. Bain

Introduction Though the old literature of the Hindoos is deficient in the department of politics—it has no history, no orators, no Demosthenes, no Polybius, no Aristotle; for the dialectic of politics appears...


Alpe d'Huez: The Story of Pro Cycling's Greatest Climb

by Peter Cossins

It has been called the Tour de France's 'Hollywood climb', and there is no doubt that Alpe d'Huez has played a starring role in cycling's history since its first encounter with the sport back in 1952 when the...


Major Nature: The Guardian of the Great Woods Forest

by D. R. Black, Jonathan Miller & Steve Lucarelli

Being an oafish brown bear of the Great Woods Forest has never been easy. But after Brian Bear discovers a magical cape, an aviator's cap and hotshot goggles, he becomes the mighty muscled powerhouse known as...


As Good a Time As Any

by Peter Gill

On a spring morning in London, eight women, young and old, speak for the continuity of everyday life. Over five choruses, these ordinary inhabitants of the city reveal a world that has an intensity and depth...


How to Blog a Book Revised and Expanded Edition: Write, Publish, and Promote Your Work One Post at a Time

by Nina Amir

How to Blog a Book, Revised and Expanded Edition shows you how to plan a successful book that you can then blog into existence while building your platform and attracting potential publishers. Aspiring authors...


Man Points

by Ebury Publishing

Every man knows that certain tasks earn you man points. Using an angle grinder, changing a tyre, starting a fire, getting the gunk out of the bottom of the sink… These are the things that separate the men...


Hebrew Heroism

by C. M. Tucker

There are few portions of the world's history which, to my own mind, afford subjects of such thrilling interest as that which I have selected for the groundwork of the following story. I have tried, in the main,...


Francisco Goya: 192 Master Drawings

by Blagoy Kiroff

Francisco de Goya was the most potent and creative Spanish artist of his time. Over the course of his long career, Goya moved from cheerful and optimistic to totally pessimistic and searching in his paintings,...


Boy Scouts on the Trail

by John Garth

Stout Harry Ritter gave a sudden chortle of glee and looked up from the copy of the “Long Point Snort” he was languidly perusing in the shade of some cedars behind Tent Four. “Say, fellows, have you seen...


Joseph Pennell's pictures of the Panama Canal

by Joseph Pennell

THE idea of going to Panama to make lithographs of the Canal was mine. I suggested it, and the Century Magazine and Illustrated London News offered to print some of the drawings I might make. Though I suggested...


Poems

by Christina Georgina Rossetti

"Go from me, summer friends, and tarry not: I am no summer friend, but wintry cold, A silly sheep benighted from the fold, A sluggard with a thorn-choked garden plot. Take counsel, sever from my lot your lot,...