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Zero just wants to get his paws on that apple. The apple, who has no name, knows not what awaits him. Zero is in no way tall enough to reach the apple with no name and needs a little help from his ... MoreWrite your own review
Esther and Jerry Hicks & Abraham's writings, Yes!
Sure the format if not deeply understood could strike some as a simple spiritual, practical toolbox of ideas and that's it. But if you or anyone digs deeper, you find a powerful matrix of ... MoreWrite your own review
Deep, and relevant to me, although:
It is a deep and relevant book, although you have to ready for the information when you read it. Growth and energy control are powerful things, and if you are not ready for them it is like placing ... MoreWrite your own review
Beautiful book, relevant information!
It's a funny thing, but, life is what you make it genuinely, resonates throughout this book unlike a regular psychologist's thing about "pills regulate life, good luck". She, the author, truly and ... MoreWrite your own review
Summary of combatant engagements at sea in WWII
As an officer of U. S. Marines, I surely had the history of the service's WWII battles emotionally and effectively injected into my very soul during my initial training in the Corps. But I always ... MoreWrite your own review
"There's An Old Polish Proverb That Says, 'BANACEK'": A Behind-the-Scenes History and Episode Guide to the 1972-1974 NBC Mystery Movie Series
Unless you like numerology, forget it.
If you take out the author's fascination with the numbers three, four, five, et al, this book is nothing but a pamphet. It's as boring as all get out, and not worth the time of day. MoreWrite your own review
Can they solve this case before it's too late?
Ever read a book where you have a dozen theories as to whodunit and why, and you are proven right in the end, but you're proven wrong? Unknown Threat was a spine-tingling page-turner of a novel that ... MoreWrite your own review
Vanishings/Library of Curious and Unusual Facts
Vanishings is one of eighteen volumes from the Time-Life book series Library of Curious and Unusual Facts. This series explores astounding but surprisingly true events in history, science, nature, ... MoreWrite your own review
Deadly Invisible Enemies (Hunt for Evil) by Harold Lea Brown is the second book in the series. We continue to follow Kevin Albright who continues to fight a war against cybercrimes which led to the ... MoreWrite your own review
A Story Of The Iroquois League
This new children's book "A Peacemaker for Warring Nations: The Founding of the Iroquois League" is based upon traditional legends about how five warring tribes were able to come together long ago to ... MoreWrite your own review
Cautionary note - contains some hateful politics
From the book:
Not many are named "Texas" and this drew me.
This memoir based story was compelling and I caught the "hook" easily and early on. I don't often sit in one place to read until it is finished, but this story and storyline captivated me within the ... MoreWrite your own review
I chose this movie because Helen Hunt was in it and I enjoy her acting. I think she is really underrated as an actress. However, I found the story unusually disjointed and a bit confusing with no ... MoreWrite your own review
The Raggedy Ann 100th Anniversary Treasury: How Raggedy Ann Got Her Candy Heart; Raggedy Ann and Rags; Raggedy Ann and Andy and the Camel with the Wrinkled Knees; Raggedy Ann's Wishing Pebble; Raggedy Ann and Andy and the Nice Police Officer
Be aware that these are not the original
For some reason the wonderful way Johnny Gruelle told his stories has been altered by people who think they know better. And the wonderful illustrations of Johnny Gruelle's that complimented his ... MoreWrite your own review
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