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The fans have been waiting with bated breath for the grand finale of The Vampires of Shadow Hills. The highly anticipated conclusion of the series is here! Everything is chaos in Robyn's life. Her dad is still missing. Amy is gone, taken. Jazmine is still in a coma, and they're getting ready to shut her off. Robyn's mom and grandmother have left the house and are in hiding with Duncan. Robyn is al…

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Andreas Karelas brings an optimistic message that we don't often hear: we have all the tools we need to solve the climate crisis, and we're already building momentum. He recognizes that people, not politics, are the agents of change that can create a more sustainable, equitable economy. But to engage people in climate solutions, we need a new way of framing the problem that's empowering rather tha…

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The hardest part of a manager’s job is dealing with workers who are too comfortable doing things the way they’ve always been done and too afraid to do things differently—they are, as Bill Treasurer puts it, too “comfear table.” They set safe goals, say safe things, and make safe choices, resulting in their businesses becoming dangerously safe. Treasurer, a leadership expert, proposes a bold antid…

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Simone Biles' God-given talent, passion, and perseverance have made her one of the top gymnasts in the world, as well as a four-time winner of Olympic gold in Rio de Janeiro. But there is more to Simone than the nineteen medals-fourteen of them gold-and the Olympic successes. Through years of hard work and determination, she has relied on her faith and family to stay focused and positive. Here, in…

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The Amazon All-Star best-selling author Willow Rose draws you into a place that you never want to leave! Death is only the beginning! Meghan is pregnant and about to get married, but something is not right between her and Mick. She is hoping that the marriage and a baby on the way will help them to overcome their problems, but the past keeps haunting her, and now she fears that it might be too lat…

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When Maria's family moves to a new town, her parents sign her up for the summer soccer team to help her meet new friends. But Maria has never tried soccer before. She would rather be back on her old swim team. Maria is afraid that she’ll be the worst player and that no one will like her. Coach Tony and Coach Lauren remind Maria that everything is new at first. Maria will have to give soccer a try…

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John F. Kennedy, then a U.S. Senator, chose eight of his historical colleagues to profile for their acts of astounding integrity in the face of overwhelming opposition. This book resounds with timeless lessons on the most cherished of virtues and is a powerful reminder of the strength of the human spirit.

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Summary, Analysis, and Review of Brene Brown's Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone PLEASE NOTE: This is a key takeaways and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Start Publishing Notes' Summary, Analysis, and Review of Brené Brown's Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone includes a summary of the…

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Leadership demands courage. You have to make good decisions while balancing inevitable tensions and knowing when to take risks. You need to keep your values in sight regardless of the pressures around you. At its core, leadership is a daily, ongoing practice, a journey toward becoming your best self and inviting others to do the same. And that's where The Courage Way comes in. It's a guide to lead…

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Eighteen-year-old Henry Fleming is a private in the Union Army's 304th New York Regiment. Having enlisted despite his mother's protest, Henry internally questions if his bravery will hold true in the face of battle. Determining that all hope is lost during his regiment's first skirmish, Henry flees in the midst of a bleak and bloody situation. However, as he reaches the rear of the army, he learns…

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Frank Peretti makes Bible stories come alive as children meet characters from the Bible through the eyes of Mr. Henry, that one-of-a-kind Sunday School teacher! These four stories about courage come alive as children meet characters from the Bible through the eyes of Mr. Henry! They'll hear how Adam and Eve, Moses, Jonah, and David all struggled with making the right choice. With lively songs and…

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Join Blessed Pope John Paul II in a spiritual retreat. A providential life indeed, the late Pope John Paul II lived and charismatically taught the transformative power of God's grace and the potential of the human spirit. Join renowned spirituality professor, retreat leader, and author Fr. Donald Goergen in six life-giving conferences with Pope John Paul II. Born in Poland, raised in a Nazi and th…

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"Growing up as a slave girl, Miriam learned how to be brave—and smart. When her baby brother, Moses, was in grave danger, Miriam and her mom saved his life. As Miriam matured, she became a gifted musician and discovered other God-given talents. And when God called Miriam—along with her siblings—to guide the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt, she was ready to lead. With God's help, you can be just…

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Taken from his mother at age three, Steve Klakowicz lives in the clutches of a cruel foster family. He finds his only refuge in a box of books given to him by a kind stranger, books that take him to new worlds he can only imagine. He begins to hope that one day he might have a different life. As he grows, Steve is determined to unravel the mystery of his origins. A fair-complexioned boy with blue…

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On December 26, 1991, an event of extraordinary importance in universal history took place. It involved the dissolution of the Soviet Union, an event of enormous repercussions that almost no one had anticipated. In fact, only the historian Andrei Amalrík and Nobel laureate and writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn, two Russian dissidents, had enough courage and vision to forecast that such a seismic even…

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When single mom Jessica Cook is at the end of her rope, she takes her sixteen-year-old daughter to Turn Around Ranch. The ranch has a great reputation for teen therapy, and Jessica prays there's room there for her and Chloe. Wade Dawson's first priority is to keep the ranch afloat to help teens and their families. But he can't seem to keep his boundaries when it comes to Jessica. She's talked her…

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Twelve years ago, equestrian-Olympic-hopeful Olivia Canaday and her best friend Jake Lassen made a pinky-swear promise to reunite at the Big Marietta Fair on her thirtieth birthday and marry each other if they were both still single. But that was before they grew up and went their separate ways. Now, after a disastrous divorce and a career-changing accident, Olivia limps home, minus her mojo, her…

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Deborah is an imaginative and perceptive young girl who makes good decisions in the heat of the moment. When she sees her village is about to be invaded by King Jabin and his general, Sisera, she bravely warns the people of danger, and everyone flees. But that doesn't stop Jabin and Sisera's vicious attacks. As Deborah grows up, she becomes a natural leader, sharing God's will with the people and…

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Set in a world similar to our own, during a war that parallels World War II, a young boy who is sent to stay at his grandmother's for the summer in a serene fishing village is met with the adventure of a lifetime. Their tranquility is shattered by the crash of a bullet-riddled enemy plane, the arrival of grandmother's friend, Mr. Girandole—a man who knows the true story of Cinderella's slipper—and…

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The Hobbit has fascinated readers for more than seventy years. Now, experience the tale of humble folk who overcome fear, discouragement, and despair through steadfastness, courage, and hope in this brand-new devotional book. Featuring sixty humorous, challenging, and encouraging devotionals, these tales connect The Hobbit to contemporary life situations that listeners might experience personally…

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When wealthy banker Sir Gerald Mariner posts a handsome reward for finding his missing infant, all of London joins in, hoping to win that money for themselves. Usually discouraged by a saturated market, photographer and private detective Sarah Bain is instead curiously allured as she realizes the case hits much closer to home than she first thought. As she dives in, she discovers a photograph of b…

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Law scholar and Witness to Guantánamo founder Peter Jan Honigsberg uncovers a haunting portrait of life at the military prison and its toll, not only on the detainees and their loved ones but also on its military and civilian personnel and the journalists who reported on it. Honigsberg conducted 158 interviews across 20 countries so that the people who lived and worked there could tell their heart…

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The birth of South Sudan was celebrated the world round?a triumph for global justice and the end of one of the world’s most devastating wars. The Republic’s historic independence was acclaimed not only by its long-oppressed people but also by three U.S. presidents and the legions of Americans who championed their cause. But the celebration would not last: South Sudan’s freedom-fighters soon plunge…

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It's one year after the death of her husband and twin teenagers, and Miriam Tedesco has lost faith in humanity and herself. When a bouquet of flowers that her husband always sends on their anniversary shows up at her workplace, she completely unravels. With the help of her best friend, she realizes that it's time to pick up the pieces and begin to move on. Step one is not even cleaning out her fam…

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The student edition of the popular A Practical Guide to Culture by John Stonestreet and Brett Kunkle delivers a hopeful message to listeners ages fifteen through twenty-five who live every day with increasing cultural pressure. These young people struggle to navigate contemporary challenges to their Christian faith and values but are encouraged to emerge as leaders. In A Student’s Guide to Culture…

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"Before she was a famous mathematician and the first computer programmer, Ada Lovelace (1815–1852) was the daughter of well-known poet Lord Byron. When he died, Ada was still very young, and her mother encouraged her interest in mathematics in an attempt to prevent her from turning into a melancholy poet like her father. As an adult, she married a count and, as countess, was given access to some o…

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Join world-renowned liturgical theologian Father John Baldovin, S.J., in exploring the richness of one of our most vital liturgical seasons: Advent. Described by Notre Dame professor Rev. Maxwell E. Johnson as “a first-rate liturgical scholar,” Fr. Baldovin edifies as he nourishes the soul. Advent is a season of expectation for the final coming of the Lord and for the annual celebration of his bir…

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Join world-renowned liturgical theologian Fr. John Baldovin, S.J. in exploring the richness of two of our most vital liturgical seasons: Advent and Christmas. Baldovin captures the spirit of Advent through his keen observations on its liturgical prayers, Scripture readings, music, and poetry. You’ll explore the three great figures of Advent: the Blessed Virgin Mary, John the Baptist, and the Proph…

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History and Adventure on the High Seas collide in Afloat with Henry Morgan, Volume 1! Restored to the finest sparkling quality possible by Radio Archives, the first 28 episodes of this cliffhanger non-stop serial bring you seven hours of history, mystery, hard men, courageous women, and sea battles galore! Thrill as Privateer Henry Morgan, a real historical figure, becomes involved in the theft of…

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History and Adventure on the High Seas collide in Afloat with Henry Morgan, Volume 2! Restored to the finest sparkling quality possible by Radio Archives, the second 24 episodes of this cliffhanger non-stop serial bring you six more hours of history, mystery, hard men, courageous women, and sea battles galore! Thrill as Privateer Henry Morgan, a real historical figure, becomes involved in the thef…

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Agatha Arch's life shatters when she discovers her husband in their backyard shed, in flagrante delicto, giving the local dog walker some heavy petting. Suddenly, Agatha finds herself face to face with everything that frightens her...and that's a loooooong list. Agatha keeps those she loves close. Everyone else she keeps as far away as possible. So she's a mystery to nearly everyone in her New Eng…

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Living in the town that loves love hasn't always been easy for consummate bachelor Will Jenkins, but now that he's hung up his mechanic rags and stepped in to run his mother's bridal boutique, it's unbearable. Forget about the brides circling him and constant wedding talk, it's the beautiful blonde owner of Buttermilk Blooms that he can't get out of his system after she ended things between them.…

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June 6, 1944. Allied forces hit the beaches of Nazi-occupied France. Among the countless lives shattered are those of five spirited women with starkly different lives. As the war reaches its tipping point, each of the women fight for the survival of themselves, their countries, and their way of life during one of the most pivotal days in history. American expatriate Mildred, better known as Axis S…

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Returning to Magnolia Sound was never part of the plan. Then again, Parker Bishop rarely had one. Yet after confessing her love to her best friend right before his wedding, she needs time to lick her wounds from the disastrous scene that unfolded. After the unsympathetic welcome she receives from her parents and siblings, Parker finds herself absentmindedly driving through town in search of a plac…

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Part memoir, part feminist manifesto, this narrative shows what incredible feats we are capable of and will encourage people, especially women, across all backgrounds and ages to find the courage and strength to live the life they’ve imagined. This 148-day journey began on Darcy Gaechter’s thirty-fifth birthday. She sold her successful outdoor adventure business, upsetting her partner and boyfrien…

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Explore the extraordinary history of Catholicism in America from the discovery of the New World to our current age. Your guide, Professor R. Scott Appleby of the University of Notre Dame, is an amazingly erudite teacher and one of the leading historians of American Catholic history. Through this compelling audio series, you will gain insight into the courage and faith of American Catholics through…

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Rachel Hollis has seen it too often: women being afraid of their own goals. They’re afraid of embarrassment, of falling short of perfection, of not being enough. But the biggest fear of all is of being judged for having ambition at all. Having been taught to define themselves in light of other people—whether as wife, mother, daughter, or friend—many women have forgotten who they are and what they…

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Do you ever suspect that everyone else has life figured out and you don’t have a clue? If so, Rachel Hollis has something to tell you: that’s a lie. As the founder of the lifestyle website TheChicSite.com and the CEO of her own media company, Rachel Hollis has developed an immense online community by sharing tips for better living while fearlessly revealing the messiness of her own life. Now, in t…

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"As a little girl, Priscilla loved to read, developing the gifts God will one day help her use to become a distinguished teacher in the early church. In adulthood, Priscilla and her husband, Aquila, accept the apostle Paul's invitation to join him on his daring missionary journeys. God's plans for her life are about to unfold: Priscilla pioneers a church, mentors other pastors, and passionately an…

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Unflinching and plainspoken, Tessa Swan is not your typical eighteenth-century woman. Born and bred on the western Virginia frontier along with her five brothers, she is a force to be reckoned with. Quiet and courageous, Clay Tygart is not your typical eighteenth-century man. Raised by Lenape Indians, he returns a hero from the French and Indian War to the fort that bears his name, bringing with h…

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Rahab is an adventurous girl who enjoys playing with her siblings in the city of Jericho. Growing up, she makes a lot of bad choices, then desperately wants to change her life. When two Israelite spies come to Rahab's door, she bravely offers them a place to hide. Then God gives her a great idea to help them escape, and the spies agree to protect her and her family once Israel takes over Jericho.…

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Americans know about living in perpetual anxiety. According to one research program, anxiety-related issues are the number-one mental-health problem among women and are second only to alcohol and drug abuse among men. Stress-related ailments cost the nation $300 billion every year in medical bills and lost productivity, and the use of sedative drugs like Xanax and Valium have skyrocketed in the la…

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When Meagan was five years old, her mother was viciously attacked and murdered. Now an adult, she herself is the victim of an abusive relationship. She’s desperate to escape but doesn’t have the courage to leave. So when Meagan meets Oliver, a decent guy who is on the rebound after a failed relationship, the two strike up a connection. But when Meagan confesses that her husband is abusive, it…

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In April 1916, Nell Richardson and Alice Burke set out from New York City in a little yellow car, embarking on a bumpy, muddy, unmapped journey ten thousand miles long. They took with them a teeny typewriter, a tiny sewing machine, a wee black kitten, and a message for Americans all across the country: Votes for Women! The women’s suffrage movement was in full swing, and Nell and Alice would not l…

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It's back to school time in the peaceful Maine town of Tinker's Cove, and for mother-of-four Lucy Stone, it isn't a moment too soon. But trouble at the local elementary school soon has the sometime crime-solver juggling family, job, and night classes with another mystery to solve. And it starts with a bang. A bomb goes off with the noon lunch bell, but not before all the kids are safely evacuated,…

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Through her podcast, online courses, and first book titled Declutter Like a Mother, Allie Casazza has encouraged women to simplify and unburden their lives. Now she's helping moms equip their kids and tweens to discover the same joy of decluttering as they Design and create a space that supports their interests and goals. Make more room in their lives for playtime and creativity. Increase producti…

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With a number-one album in multiple countries and over 53-million Instagram followers, Billie Eilish is a global star. She has collaborated with Justin Bieber and Khalid, headlined at Glastonbury and Coachella, and has appeared in Calvin Klein ad campaigns. In a short career, she has become an icon to Generation Z. Billie grew up in a close-knit family—her brother Finneas still writes and produces…

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Raised as Jehovah's Witnesses and frustrated with their parents' repressive rules, Bryan and David Freeman rebelled as teenagers. Encouraged by an acquaintance he met while institutionalized at a reform school, Bryan became a neo-Nazi. Bryan then indoctrinated David, and their flare for defiance took a dark turn. After callously murdering their father, mother, and younger brother, the skinhead bro…

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Trinitee Stokes—best known as Judy Cooper from Disney Channel’s K.C. Undercover—is an American actress, singer, inspirational speaker, and fashion designer who knows how hard it can be to be yourself while following your dreams. Since she began entertaining at the age of three, Trinitee has faced her share of pressure and obstacles, handling each of them with courage and charm. In her first ever b…

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The fascinating story of one of Christianity's most courageous heroes, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, is now abridged and adapted for students. This compelling account of Bonhoeffer's remarkable testimony-combined with historical, theological, and political elements and enhanced with photos-brings the story to life. How did Bonhoeffer become someone who would defend God's truth, even when it was a matter of…

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Nestled in the historic waterfront town of Beaufort, North Carolina, Chapters Bed-and-Breakfast is a reader's paradise. Built in 1770, the newly renovated inn hosts a roster of special events celebrating books, genres, and authors. It's the perfect literary retreat—until a rare-book dealer turns up dead in the carriage house during a celebration of Golden Age mystery author Josephine Tey. The vi…

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The tough problems in the world are made harder when we can't talk about them. When we try to address such issues, conversations often break down because they become emotionally charged, and we lose sight of our common goals. Scarred from these breakdowns with coworkers, family, and friends, we find it easier and safer to stick with people who already agree with us. Getting unstuck requires the co…

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Emotionally raw and deeply reflective, Imani Perry issues an unflinching challenge to society to see Black children as deserving of humanity. She admits fear and frustration for her African American sons in a society that is increasingly racist and that, at times, seems irredeemable. However, as a mother, feminist, writer, and intellectual, Perry offers an unfettered expression of love—finding bea…

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Child, you are awake! You are alive! You are a bright star, Inside our hearts. Told with a combination of powerful, spare language and sumptuous and complex imagery that is typical of Yuyi Morales's work, this is the story of a fawn making her way through a border landscape teeming with flora and fauna native to the region. A gentle but empowering voice encourages her to face her fears when she co…

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In too many organizations, great ideas and unusual solutions can be suppressed, ignored, or attacked. Departments defend their turf, and people choose what is safe over what is better. Bad ideas move forward and good ideas die, which can lead to disastrous results—financial or otherwise. Luckily, there is a workable path out of this dysfunction. Kim Barnes’s process of constructive debate shows ho…

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Poppy Larsen is finally free. She moved to Crimson Point to make a new life for herself, full of bright possibilities. A whole new world awaits her if she can find the courage to trust again—even her gorgeous neighbor, the town sheriff. But darkness lurks in the picturesque Oregon Coast town, concealing a deadly threat that’s closer than she ever imagined. Sheriff Noah Buchanan can’t help but be i…

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We see poverty, homelessness, violence, mental illness, corruption, and the breakdown of the family, and we think, Why doesn’t somebody do something? The institutions we’ve depended on aren’t making the world a better place the way we thought they could and should. So now it’s up to us.The good news is, YOU can change your world.In this book, John Maxwell and Rob Hoskins guide listeners through th…

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In this practical guidebook, Tod Bolsinger relies on the metaphor of Lewis and Clark to reveal how you can lead your congregation through the new landscape we've found ourselves in. Like Lewis and Clark-who had to adapt once they found the Rocky Mountains instead of a waterway to the Pacific Ocean-you too may feel like you are leading in a cultural context that you were not expecting. You may even…

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In Captain Zero's first case, City of Deadly Sleep, he investigates a series of small-town murders with ties to the gambling racket. Venturing out by dark, the courageous captain swiftly becomes embroiled in a turf war between rival gangs. As the Underworld comes to grips with this mysterious new crime-fighter, Captain Zero struggles to keep his life and his secret identity intact while dodging cr…

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When Robin Stuart is pulled from the stormy seas, she can only cling desperately to the arms that surround her. Robin has been too close to danger not to recognize it again: in the eyes of the rugged, fearless man. Michael Siran is an expert at playing dangerous games. But from the moment the terrified beauty with the piercing gaze sets foot on his ship, he's touched by a true sense of purpose. Ro…

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In Choose to Matter, Julie Foudy, two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and former captain of the US National team, takes you on a journey to discover your authentic self. This book is a roadmap to unleash that courageous YOU and have you singing your dreams out loud. Along with sharing stories from her playing days and personal experiences, Julie taps into the wisdom of other incredible female leaders i…

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As Promise Lodge's first wedding arrives, the evidence of a community building a foundation for the future is a cause for celebration. But the bishop's narrow-minded wedding sermon doesn't sit well with the Bender sisters, the town's courageous founders, especially widowed Mattie Schwartz. She believes marriage and family aren't the most important of God's gifts-even if she suspects her tender fee…

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Joanna can't get over how her brother broke his promise to never leave like their dad did. Sam is thousands of miles away on a navy ship, and no matter how often he sends letters, Joanna refuses to write back. But then President Kennedy comes on TV with frightening news about Soviet missiles in Cuba - and that's where Sam's heading. Suddenly Joanna's worries about being home alone, building up the…

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This powerful book, featuring lightly updated text and scripture from the New King James Version of the Bible, shares the ministering spirit of the heavenly Father, providing listeners with encouragement, hope, comfort, and conviction. Through compelling prose and poetry, author Frances J. Roberts challenges listeners to seek a deeper intimacy with God.

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There are only two ways that humans work together: they cooperate with one another, or they coerce one another. And once you realize this fundamental fact, it will change how you see the world. In this myth-busting book, Antony Davies and James R. Harrigan display their wisdom and talent for explaining complex topics, which have attracted a devoted audience to their weekly podcast, Words & Numbers…

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Kaylee Collins, a shy city-dweller, is writing a Western romance—and getting the details wrong. Her editor insists that Kaylee spend a week at a real working ranch. Kaylee agrees as long as she can bring Gladys, her slightly overweight Corgi. To rustle up her courage, Kaylee channels the spirit of the fearless heroine of her story. But she’s shocked when she meets Luke Montgomery—the spitting imag…

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Sarah Turner has led a very sheltered life. So when her parents pass away tragically, suddenly she’s left in charge of the family ranch with little know-how but plenty of will to keep it afloat. Determined not to lose her parents’ legacy or her newfound independence, she needs a hero fast—not to save her, but to show her how to save herself. But she’s unprepared for the ruggedly handsome cowboy wh…

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When Anna Ramsey learns that a meth-addicted looter has dug up what might be the funerary mask of Montezuma, she books the next flight to Oaxaca. Determined to redeem her father, a discredited art collector, and to one-up her unfaithful fiance, Anna hurls herself headlong into Mexico's underground art world. But others are chasing the treasure as well. Anna soon realizes that everyone is masked-so…

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Bárbara Palacios—Miss. Universe 1986, Miss. Venezuela, one of People en Español’s 25 most powerful and influential women of 2014, author and international lecturer—opens her heart by sharing memories and personal testimonies from her international career as a public figure. According to Palacios, women all around the world want to know how they can be good mothers, good friends, good wives…

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Bárbara Palacios—Miss. Universe 1986, Miss. Venezuela, one of People en Español’s 25 most powerful and influential women of 2014, author and international lecturer—opens her heart by sharing memories and personal testimonies from her international career as a public figure. According to Palacios, women all around the world want to know how they can be good mothers, good friends, good wives, excell…

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How do you transform an ailing company into an industry darling? Adopt servant leadership. When Cheryl Bachelder was named CEO of Popeyes in 2007, the stock price had slipped from $34 in 2002 to $13. The brand was stagnant, the team was discouraged, and the franchisees were just plain angry. Nine years later, restaurant sales were up 45 percent, restaurant profits had doubled, and the stock price…

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In this time of uncertainty about the future of democracy in America, legendary Diet for a Small Planet author Frances Moore Lappe and organizer-scholar Adam Eichen expose the well-orchestrated effort that has robbed Americans of their rightful power. But at the heart of this unique book are solutions. Even in this divisive time, Americans are uniting across causes and ideologies to create a canop…

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Sofia is like most twelve-year-old girls in New Zealand. How is she going to earn enough money for those boots? WHY does she have to give that speech at school? Who is she going to be friends with this year? It comes as a surprise to Sofia and her family when her big brother, Lenny, starts talking about protests, overstayers, and injustices against Pacific Islanders by the government. Inspired by…

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As co-owners of Eastport's beloved waterfront bakery, The Chocolate Moose, Jake and Ellie know their customers expect them to cream the competition. But they're really just in it for fun, hoping to get Jake's daughter-in-law baking again. Those plans collapse when fearsome local curmudgeon Alvin Carter is murdered, and every crumb of evidence points to Tiptree family friend—and all-around sweet gu…

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Widely believed to be the most extreme incidence of white racial violence against African Americans in modern United States history, the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre resulted in the destruction of over one thousand black-owned businesses and homes as well as the murder of between fifty and three hundred black residents. Exhaustively researched and critically acclaimed, Death in a Promised Land is the…

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As one of Hollywood's hottest producers, Kristian Bowen is on top of the world. With the Quantum team fresh off a clean sweep of awards season and looking ahead to the premiere of their new film, his life is exactly how he likes it, complete with a stable of willing subs to tend to his every desire. That is, it was right up until he attended a wedding and met Aileen Gifford. Since meeting her, his…

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Dolores loves collecting words! Come join her on an adventure that celebrates the joy of language. This light-hearted and word-driven story encourages listeners to expand their vocabularies as they follow a charming Dolores on an endearing adventure.

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A Muslim American legal expert eliminates misconceptions of shariah with compassion, irony, and humor. Anti-Muslim propagandists insist through scare tactics and deliberate misinformation campaigns that shariah is an oppressive Islamic law that all Muslims must abide by. They encourage Americans to fear the "takeover of shariah" in our legal system. Sumbul Ali-Karamali applies her degree in…

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In this sequel to Doon, Mackenna Reid realizes she made a horrible mistake in choosing to follow her dreams of Broadway instead of staying in the enchanted land of Doon. To make everything worse, she's received her Calling—proof she and Duncan are each other's one true love—and it's pure torment, especially when visions of the very alluring Scottish prince appear right before she goes on stage…

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This is only one of the many revelations in Eugenia Price’s intimate account of the many months she spent sorting through voluminous historical research and writing Margaret’s Story, the third novel in her Florida trilogy. Published as a companion to the novel, this journal offers a fascinating view of the author at work as the novel developed week by week. Here, for the sharing, is her excitement…

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We all experience disappointing setbacks, overwhelming loneliness, and paralyzing fear at some point in our lives. It sometimes seems as if nothing will help. In God Will Help You, New York Times bestselling author Max Lucado encourages us to trust in the God who is working miracles in the big and small things. With God, no setback is too big to solve, and no prayer goes unnoticed. God is still wo…

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Poppy has big dreams - lots of them! But following her dreams isn't as easy as it sounds. It's a good thing Poppy's friends and family - who love her no matter what - encourage her to keep believing in herself and making her dreams come true. Kristi Yamaguchui is an ice skating Olympic gold medalist and world champion who knows about dreaming big. The motto Always Dream serves as Kristi's personal…

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For decades, we've been told that positive thinking is the key to a happy, rich life. F**k positivity, Mark Manson says. Let's be honest, shit is f**ked and we have to live with it. In his wildly popular Internet blog, Manson doesn't sugarcoat or equivocate. He tells it like it is-a dose of raw, refreshing, honest truth that is sorely lacking today. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F**k is his antid…

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When indie perfumer Dahlia Dubois reluctantly steps in to lead the iconic, international perfume house her grandmother founded, she soon discovers that nothing is as it seems-including the intriguing man she met in Cannes, France, who turns out to be Alain Delamare, a legendary Formula 1 race-car driver. Soon, tensions rise in Monaco, where Dahlia juggles a search for her missing mother, a corpora…

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The village of Slyford St. James is no stranger to supernatural happenings, as long-time residents Jed and Emma know all too well. Although Jed’s spiritual connection with the dead was once a source of pride, it now fills him with dread. When he receives an invitation to the family estate of his old army friend Simon, who wants Jed to use his gift to solve the brutal murder of his elder brother, J…

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Kelvin Cochran overcame poverty, prejudice, and pain to fulfill a childhood dream of helping others, rising to the top of firefighting’s professional ladder in Atlanta, Georgia. At one time nationally recognized as “America’s fire chief,” Kelvin unexpectedly found himself caught in a fireball of controversy over his orthodox Christian beliefs, for which he ultimately was fired by the city—making h…

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In order to save her family's farm, Roshen, sixteen, must leave her rural home to work in a factory in the south of China. There she finds arduous and degrading conditions and contempt for her minority (Uyghur) background. Sustained by her bond with other Uyghur girls, Roshen is resolved to endure all to help her family and ultimately her people. A workplace survival story, this gritty, poignant a…

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Bernie Siegel broke new ground with his monumental book Love, Medicine, and Miracles, in which he explored the powerful role the mind can play in fighting illness. Sharing stories of seriously ill patients who survived against the odds and those who seemed to give in to their own deaths, the book inspired countless individuals to consider the possibilities of thinking themselves well. Siegel belie…

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They are the Earth's most revered protectors: Reed Richards, Susan Richards, Ben Grimm, and Johnny Storm—the Fantastic Four. Celebrities around the globe and defenders of mankind, these extraordinary individuals have sworn to confront the perils and challenges facing the modern world and each other, always with unyielding courage, unerring wisdom, and an unshakeable familial bond.But their darkest…

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From moral panics about immigration and gun control to anxiety about terrorism and natural disasters, Americans live in a culture of fear. While fear is typically discussed in emotional or poetic terms—as the opposite of courage or an obstacle to be overcome—it nevertheless has very real consequences in everyday life. Persistent fear negatively affects individuals’ decision-making abilities…

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Fiercely You is a creative, playful approach to the serious problems that women face regarding confidence and risk taking. Drawing on her own experiences and interviews with the world's top drag queens, Huba offers five Keys to Fierce that will help readers find the courage to ignore criticism and live the life they truly want every day-no wigs or stilettoes required. Huba warmly invites readers t…

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Through a collection of intimate reflections (on art, punctuation, eyeglasses, color, dreams, celebrity, corpses, porn, and translation) and assignments that encourage pleasure, attentiveness, and acts of playful making, poet, artist, critic, novelist, and performer Wayne Koestenbaum enacts twenty-six ecstatic collisions between his mind and the world. A subway passenger’s leather bracelet prompt…

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Transform your financial future by allowing these simple Biblical truths to penetrate your heart and shift your view on personal finances.Many, if not all of us, at one time or another, face financial stress. Biblical Finances, from renowned Pastor and economist, Hector Salcedo, challenges us to look beyond the traditional financial advice, which often produces only temporary change. Instead, the…

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This lecture is a personal journey through the world of depression. Your guide, a bestselling author and expert on spirituality and depression, Sr. Kathryn J. Hermes, struggled with depression for many years and shares in these presentations a holistic approach to finding peace in the darkness and hope for a new dawn. This course explores the link between struggling with depression and faith. The…

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Once upon a time, she was Robyn Hart, a dogged journalist covering an arson case who saw too much and wasn't afraid to expose it. But that courage nearly cost Robyn her life. Now under the safety of the Witness Protection program, she has a new identity—Carly Quinn—with a new job in a new city. As she struggles to make the best of her new life in Boston, the terror of the past still lingers, a…

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A pair of silver Regency candlesticks. Pieces of well-worn family jewelry. More than a thousand documents, letters, and photographs. Lotte Meyerhoff's best friends risked their lives in Nazi Germany to safeguard these and other treasured heirlooms and mementos from her family and return them to her after the war. The Holocaust had left Lotte the lone survivor of her family, and these precious obje…

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Trust Julia Easton to screw up Sheriff Ty Roderick’s March Madness plans. The pixie-faced vixen might be the picture of feminine perfection, but she tests his innate sense of order to its limits. Weeks ago, he let his conscience turn down a proposition his body still burns to accept—then she vanished. Now he’s in the middle of Nowhere, Washington, racing to rescue her from danger. There’s risk in…

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This is the inspiring story of an African American whose athletic and entrepreneurial achievements—from being the first Black quarterback and head coach in the National Football League to founding one of the first all-Black investment securities companies—were equaled by his courage in confronting racial barriers.

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After her divorce from her thrice-married embezzler husband, Trinidad Jones is finally ready for a fresh start. So when she's left one of her ex's businesses in Upper Sprocket, Oregon, she decides to pack up her dog, cash in her settlement, and open her dream business: the Shimmy and Shake Shop, introducing the world to her monster milkshakes. And even with a couple sticky situations underway, nam…

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What is the essence of God's gift of grace? This series will examine the marvelous gifts of grace and divine help that are given to us through the death and resurrection of Christ and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. From the beginning of time, God has provided humanity with every means necessary to seek, to find, and to love him. By his Paschal Mystery, Jesus Christ pours out abundant gifts to…

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Tia Wang’s Wedding Planning To-Do List: 1. Find a dress her perfectionist, future mother-in-law approves of 2. Keep her cool over fortune cookies 3. Divorce her not-so-ex husband, Andrew Parker When she fell in love and married her childhood best friend on a whim in Vegas, Tia innocently thought love conquered all. Turns out, that was a crushing lie. Her world shattered as she and Andrew were torn…

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This classic devotional has encouraged, challenged, and informed millions around the world with daily devotionals that speak to people today as they first did almost seventy years ago. Now, this Christian classic is presented in a brand-new audio format. Through 365 readings, each accompanied by a scripture verse, God Calling presents the thoughts of Jesus as if he is speaking directly to the list…

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With her new van, Cassie has expanded her Comfy Cat business to include mobile cat grooming. Next stop: a cat expo at a hotel just outside her hometown of Chadwick, New Jersey, where Cassie will give a grooming demo using shelter cats to encourage adoption while her veterinarian boyfriend Mark will offer a program on cat care and health. The highlight of the expo will be a major cat show featuring…

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Sometimes the biggest ripples come from the smallest events. Like the day that Emma Guthrie, drop-out college student walks into world-famous movie star Garrett Walker's trailer, and walks out on her way to becoming Mrs. Emma Walker, wife of an A-list actor. With her husband's encouragement, Emma pens a screenplay based on her life, which becomes a blockbuster sensation. Through it all, Garrett is…

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When was the last time you felt really, truly happy? If you've ever longed to leave your exhausting days and fretful nights behind, look no further. Author Courtney Ellis recounts a courageous and often hilarious experiment in joy and delight as she awakens to the truth that God doesn't just want us to be holy—He wants us to be happy too! Happy Now is designed to invite listeners to let go of thei…

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In October 1947, Grace Holland is experiencing two simultaneous droughts. An unseasonably hot, dry summer has turned the state of Maine into a tinderbox, and Grace and her husband, Gene, have fallen out of love and barely speak. Five months pregnant and caring for two toddlers, Grace has resigned herself to a life of loneliness and domestic chores. One night, she awakens to find that wildfires are…

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Nola Cespedes, an ambitious young reporter at the Times-Picayune, finally catches a break: an assignment to write her first full-length feature. While investigating her story, she also becomes fixated on the search for a missing tourist in the French Quarter. As Nola's work leads her into a violent criminal underworld, she's forced to face disturbing truths from her own past. Vividly rendered in r…

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From Asia to Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and beyond, the global persecution of Christians becomes more ominous with every passing year. Heroic Faith takes a close look at the tragic circumstances Christians face due to dangerous and sometimes deadly opposition to their faith in Jesus Christ. The book’s true stories of courage, persistence, and faithfulness offer inspiration and hope. Heroic F…

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Emphasizing that work must begin from childhood, Dr. Andrés G. Panasiuk explains twelve characteristics that children must possess in order to achieve total prosperity: personal responsibility, love of work, perseverance, order, moderation, saving, love of freedom, humility, personal integrity, respect for God and neighbor, generosity, and, finally, wisdom and continued growth.To explain these cha…

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Falling for a handsome stranger on the very morning they meet is hardly what recently divorced Abby Miller planned for her return to Seaview Key. Hoping to mend an old friendship and to give back to the community she loves, Abby's definitely not looking for love. For ex-soldier Seth Landry, Seaview Key seems like the perfect place to heal a broken heart… eventually. And when he rescues a beautiful…

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Blindness became Captain Scotty Smiley's journey of supreme testing. As he lay helpless in the hospital, he resented the theft of his dreams, but with his wife's love and the support of family and friends, Scotty's response became God's transforming moment. Since the moment he forced his way through nurses and cords to take a simple shower, he has climbed Mount Rainier, won an ESPY Award, surfed,…

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Have you ever wondered how bridges don’t fall down or how really old buildings stay standing up? Basic principles of architecture and engineering, including an introduction to bridges, locks, arches, columns, and skyscrapers, are explored in this newest engaging addition to the How Do series. The How Do series is a great introduction to various STEM topics, each written in a format that encourages…

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Have you ever wondered how computers follow instructions so well? Or how they do math so quickly? Basic principles of coding, including variables, binary code, loops, programming languages, and more are explored in this newest engaging addition to the How Do series. The How Do series is a great introduction to various STEM topics, each written in a format that encourages audiences to ask questions…

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Have you ever wondered how molecules form groups or how forces in chemistry interact? Basic principles of chemistry, including atoms, the elements, compounds, reactions, and more, are explored through informative and engaging text in this new addition to the How Do series. The How Do series is a great introduction to various STEM topics, each written in a format that encourages audiences to ask…

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Have you ever wondered how seesaws go up and down or how screws stay secure in walls? Beginning concepts of mechanical engineering, including levers, wedges, inclined planes, and more, are explored in this newest engaging addition to the How Do series. The How Do series is a great introduction to various STEM topics, each presented in a format that encourages audiences to ask questions and guess t…

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Have you ever wondered how to measure your pizza, or how much ice cream is in your ice-cream cone? Basic principles of geometry, including measuring two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes, attributes of various shapes, and formulas for finding area and volume, are explored through informative and engaging text in this newest addition to the How Do series. The How Do series is a great introdu…

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Have you ever wondered how astronauts float in space, or how your pizza gets from your plate to your mouth? Basic principles of physics, including learning about distance, displacement, speed, velocity, acceleration, forces, friction, gravity, and Newton’s laws of motion, are explored through informative and engaging text in this newest addition to the How Do series. The How Do series is a great i…

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In nearly every industry, smart machines are replacing human labor. It's not just factory jobs-automated technologies are handling people's investments, diagnosing illnesses, and analyzing written documents. If we humans are going to endure, Edward Hess and Katherine Ludwig say we're going to need a dose of humility. We need to cultivate important abilities that smart machines don't have (yet): th…

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In this course, you will enrich your daily life with the timeless spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola. Your guide, Fr. Timothy M. Gallagher, O.M.V., S.T.D., is a renowned Ignatian spiritual leader and brilliant teacher whose expertise will enlighten you. On the path to God, we all experience daily ups and downs. Sometimes prayer comes alive, inspiring us to serve our neighbors and the Church. A…

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Apple orchards in bucolic Washington state. Office parks in Southern California under cover of night. The home of an elderly man in Miami. These are some of the workplaces where female workers have suffered brutal sexual assault and shocking harassment at the hands of their employers, often with little or no official recourse. In this harrowing yet often inspiring tale, investigative journalist Be…

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When Kate’s agent gets her the job of writing Trent’s autobiography, she almost balks. The charismatic founder of his own outdoor clothing company dumped her when they were in college. But she needs the money. 
Trent’s been so busy lately, he completely forgot he was supposed to be writing a book, and the draft is due soon. He wants Kate as the ghostwriter: she’s experienced, and she was always sm…

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Inspiration in My Shoes is a riveting read that proves no barrier is too high, no obstacle is too great, and that inspiration comes in many surprising forms. Diana's story is exemplary of both the struggles young women face and how those struggles can be transformed into triumphs. With her mother's encouragement, her faith in God, and a resilient spirit, Diana overcomes unthinkable tragedy before…

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In the early 1960s, Massachusetts writer and homemaker Clara Park and her husband took their three-year-old daughter, Jessy, to a specialist after noticing that she avoided connection with others. Following the conventional wisdom of the time, the psychiatrist diagnosed Jessy with autism and blamed Clara for Jessy's isolation. Experts claimed Clara was the prototypical refrigerator mother, a cold,…

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Essential oils are rapidly growing in popularity due to their many physical and emotional health benefits. What the world has forgotten is that these natural remedies have been around since the beginning and were given to us by God for our greater well-being. This practical and informative guide introduces you to fifty-two essential oils and their vast array of uses, including pain and stress reli…

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Poppy, the adorable, persistent, dreaming-big pig, has a new adventure in store for her: the World Games ice-skating championship in Paris! Poppy is nervous about meeting so many new people in a new place. But, ever courageous and supported by her family (Emma, too!), Poppy embarks upon this exciting adventure head-on. She meets a snowboarding Panda, a Maltese who skies, and two fellow skaters, a…

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Writer, preacher, counselor, educator, pastor of souls—all of these descriptions and more have been aptly applied to Saint John Henry Newman (1801-1890). Newman’s canonization by Pope Francis focuses attention on the extraordinary holiness and inner life of a man who spent most of his earthly years being misunderstood. His trust in God and his willingness to seek the truth eventually convinced him…

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When Marcus Eriksen co-founded the 5 Gyres Institute and set out to study marine pollution, he discovered that a plastic smog of microparticles permeates the world's oceans, defying easy clean-up efforts. What's more, these microplastics have seeped into the food chain, threatening marine animals and humans alike. Far from being a gloomy treatise on an environmental catastrophe, Junk Raft tells th…

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Kaia is the brave type. Like hottest-hot-pepper brave. But there is one thing that scares her: BEES! And right now, thousands of bees live on her roof because Kaia’s dad is a beekeeper. Her dad says that the world needs bees and that’s why they are beekeepers. But only he goes on the roof, not Kaia—unless she can find a way to be the brave girl she always says she is. Against a sunny city setting,…

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"Riley “Blues Boy” King (1925-2015) was born into deep poverty in Jim Crow Mississippi. Wrenched away from his sharecropper father, B.B. lost his mother at age ten, leaving him more or less alone. Music became his emancipation from exhausting toil in the fields. Inspired by a local minister’s guitar and by the records of Blind Lemon Jefferson and T-Bone Walker and encouraged by his cousin, the est…

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Fifteen year old Samar and her family are refugees, fleeing the conflict in 1990s Kabul after the Russians, and then the Taliban, turn their lives inside out. They are aboard the Trans-Siberian Express as it travels across Russia towards an uncertain future. With the help of Napoleon, the ticket collector, her beloved copy of Anna Karenina, and her family, Samar narrates the story of their epic jo…

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They were five kids with five different fathers and an alcoholic mother who left them to fend for themselves for weeks at a time. Yet, through it all, the siblings had each other. But when the oldest sister, Regina, discloses the truth about her abusive mother to her social worker, she is separated from her younger siblings Norman and Rosie. And, as Rosie discovers after Cookie kidnaps her from fo…

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In just a few weeks, everything changed. Hopes that we would soon return to normal quickly faded as the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world. Christian leaders have been forced to deal with the loss of in-person gatherings, devastating financial hits, and the heightened anxiety of facing a future with no clear understanding of what it may look like. What does ministry require now? And how can those w…

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Eugenia Price embodies this Spirit in words that make The Acts a joyous revelation. Something extraordinary happened to the men and women in this New Testament book, ending their grief and filling them with sudden courage. From the moment they poured into the streets on Pentecost to the time of Paul’s last words from prison, Jesus energized these early Christians from within. Their lives reveal th…

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Steve Gillon follows Lee Harvey Oswald for the 48 hours after the Kennedy assassination in search of answers to the question that has been troubling America for the past five decades: Why did he shoot JFK? The Warren Commission speculated that Oswald was simply a deranged sociopath. But recently declassified materials raise new troubling questions. Where was Oswald going when he fled the School Bo…

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Introducing youngsters to classic Bible stories, this collection features four beloved tales of courage, friendship and imagination! Kids will love hearing the story of David as he faces Goliath, and following Jonah, as they learn the importance of bravery. The Good Samaritan teaches kindness to all, while Joseph's coat of many colors leads him on an adventure into Egypt. Featuring vivid storytell…

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Introducing youngsters to classic Bible stories, this collection features the stories of Joseph, Ruth, Jonah, and Esther. Children will follow Jonah as they learn the importance of bravery and Joseph as his coat of many colors leads him on an adventure into Egypt. The story of Ruth will teach the importance of faith in God, and the story of Esther will teach the virtue of kindness and courage. Fea…

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Summer Merriweather's career as a Shakespeare professor hangs by a bookbinder's thread. Academic life at her Virginia university is a viper's pit, so Summer spends her summer in England, researching a scholarly paper that, with any luck, will finally get her published, impress the Dean, and save her job. But her English idyll ends when her mother, Hildy, shuffles off her mortal coil from an appare…

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The ancient Chinese philosopher Mencius compared children to tender sprouts, shaped by soil, sunlight, water, and, importantly, the efforts of patient farmers and gardeners. At times, children require our protection, other times we must take a step back and allow them to grow. Like sprouts, a child’s character, tendencies, virtues, and vices are at once observable and ever-changing. A practical pa…

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There's a big difference between being alive and knowing how to truly live. To be alive is something that happens to you. But to truly live is something you get to choose each day. As Robertson says, When you truly learn to live the life God offers, your whole existence becomes a verb. In Live, Sadie Robertson inspires us to thrive in the life God gave us by making choices that will lead us into t…

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"Is there a part of you that feels lost or pushed to the back corner of your life collecting dust? Maybe you’re overwhelmed or unfulfilled—or both. Maybe you’re so busy just keeping your head above water that you don’t even know who you are or how you feel. Maybe you’re just plain tired. That restlessness to get back to yourself draws out some really important questions: - Who am I outside of my w…

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For over thirty years, New York Times bestselling author and #2 Sirius Radio talk-show host Dr. Laura Schlessinger has been doling out no-nonsense relationship and family advice, advocating a strong sense of personal responsibility, to the delight of her millions of followers and fans. In her newest book Love and Life, Dr. Laura covers the most popular topics and thorniest problems that face today…

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Sex is a gift from God, created to bond a married couple and to reflect His nature. But it isn't always easy to navigate two bodies becoming one. About the time you think you have it figured out, something can challenge a couple to revisit its purpose. Sex is meant to be a beautiful, mutual celebration of husband and wife. However, sex-despite all of its potential for pleasure-can be an area of pa…

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After a falling out with a friend flips interior decorator Madison Night's world inside out, she's determined to revamp her life. Jane Strong, fellow mid-century modern enthusiast, encouraged Madison's entry in an upcoming design competition, but their rift makes collaboration no longer an option. When Jane is found dead, Madison tops the suspect list. And when anonymous computer hackings interfer…

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"Despite an attempt on her life by the Taliban, Malala Yousafzai has continued to fight for the rights of children to become educated. As the youngest person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, her courage and conviction continue to push her to fight for what she believes in. This riveting and inspiring biography tells the story of a young girl whose bravery and intellect continue to amaze the wo…

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Before Malala Yousafzai became the youngest Nobel Prize laureate, she was a girl fighting for her education in Pakistan. Growing up, Malala’s father encouraged her to be politically active and speak out about her educational rights. When she did, she was shot by a member of the Taliban, and the story received worldwide media coverage. Protests and petitions from around the world helped to pass an…

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A lively, clear explanation of the American healthcare reform movement from a noted expert--giving women the tools they need to demand fair and affordable coverage for all people Health care expert Rosemarie Day wants women to recognize their trouble with accessing affordable care as part of a national emergency. Day encourages women throughout the country to share their stories and get involved,…

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In 1994, Mab Segrest first explained how she “had become a woman haunted by the dead.” Against a backdrop of nine generations of her family’s history, Segrest explored her experiences in the 1980s as a white lesbian organizing against a virulent far-right movement in North Carolina. Memoir of a Race Traitor became a classic text of white antiracist practice. bell hooks called it a “courageous and…

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Annie and her devoted but comically incompetent childhood sweetheart Sam are the owners and operators of Annie's, a gourmet sandwich shop, home to the legendary Paul Bunyan Special Sandwich—their "nutritionally challenged continual source of income and marital harmony and local fame." But into their mostly charmed marriage comes a scary medical diagnosis for Annie—and the overwhelming challenge of…

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Every day, Tyler Knott Gregson posts romantic and striking poems on Instagram, enchanting his many fans with his authentic and deeply personal voice. He has a remarkable ability to see the beauty within the seemingly mundane moments of our lives, and, above all else, this is what keeps his fans coming back for more. Tyler's newest book showcases his inspiring poems, but it also goes one step deepe…

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Why is it generally accepted that motherhood comes at the expense of our health—with all that weight gain, fatigue, and exhaustion? It doesn't have to be that way. What if you AND your baby could thrive together? We cure diseases. We create artificial ears using 3-D printers. We solved how to pee in space. We can figure this out—and now Dr. Darria has done just that. An Ivy League-trained physicia…

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Xander Miyamoto would rather do almost anything than listen to his sixth grade teacher, Mr. Stedman, drone on about weather disasters happening around the globe. When spring break begins at last, Xander plans to spend it playing computer games with his best friend, Peyton. Xander's father briefly distracts him with a comic book about some samurai warrior that pops out of a peach pit. Little does e…

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Not every dad who wants to be there for his kids has the knowledge, training, and confidence he wishes he’d been given. But a great mom has the incredible ability to give a hesitant dad the encouragement and wisdom he needs to succeed. In Moms Bringing Out the Best in Dads, both moms and dads will learn skills, habits, and attitudes they can use to help their families thrive. This book will help t…

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Today, people are weary and fearful, living in uncertain and difficult seasons of life. Maybe they're struggling with a spouse's broken promises, living paycheck-to-paycheck, or raising children in a single-parent home. Move into More by Pastor Choco De Jesus encourages listeners that there is something more-that God has promised and planned a richer, more abundant life than the one they're living…

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Alexander takes a rip-roaring historical adventure! Through his imaginative journey, Alexander discovers how great men become heroes: the roughest rider can be surprisingly gentle, a strong leader is also the most peaceful, and sometimes, being brave about what makes you different will not only help you break records, but inspire others. So begins the day for Alexander, an imaginative little boy w…

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All that twelve-year-old Lina knows of the world is the Stalinist-labor camp where she was born, a place of hunger, cruelty, and deprivation. After a daring escape into the frigid Siberian wilds with her best friend, Bogdan, Lina vows to reach Moscow and find her long-lost grandmother, whom she hopes will help her return to the camp to rescue her mother. But out in the dark forests and haunted tun…

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Reaching manhood in the tumultuous years before the Civil War, James Gould’s son Horace returns to St. Simons and finds himself disheartened by the intolerance of others on his beloved island. However, he wins the heart of his lovely neighbor Deborah Abbott, who adores her Mr. Gould and becomes his wife, despite the difference in their years. But even though she is unconcerned with his rumored pas…

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After nine years together, Kathryn and Chris are used to helping each other through every daily and existential dilemma. When Chris tells Kathryn about his feelings for Emily, a vivacious young woman he sees often at the Laundromat, Kathryn encourages her boyfriend to pursue this other woman-certain that her bond with Chris is strong enough to weather a little side dalliance. When Chris's romance…

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In White Fragility, Robin DiAngelo explained how racism is a system into which all white people are socialized and challenged the belief that racism is a simple matter of good people versus bad. DiAngelo also made a provocative claim: white progressives cause the most daily harm to people of color. In Nice Racism, her follow-up work, she explains how they do so. Drawing on her background as a soci…

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Bedtime is the perfect opportunity to snuggle your little ones close and remind them of God's presence and love. In this audiobook of 100 devotions for kids ages 3–7, bestselling author Amy Parker invites you to begin a tradition of prayer and devotions with your children to carry them through the years to come. Each of the devotions in Night Night Devotions begins with a Bible verse and includes…

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If you’re a fan of modern day television, it will come as no surprise to you that the reality shows are very popular. Whether you cast your votes for the latest “American Idol,” Dancing with the Stars, or spend your free time hooting at this week’s collection of shirtless, shiftless, beer-swilling lowlife on “Cops”, you know that - for better or worse - reality shows are here to stay. You may, how…

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Meet Nives: widow, Tuscan through-and-through, survivor. Nives recently lost her husband of fifty years. She didn’t cry when she found him dead in the pig pen, and she didn’t cry at the funeral, but now loneliness has set in. When she decides to bring her favorite chicken inside for company, she is shocked, confused, and a little bit guilty to discover that the chicken’s company is a more-than-ade…

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To walk by faith, one needs courage and humility because you need to shut your eyes to the pessimism of this world and be led by the promise of your Heavenly Father's blessings. Living by faith, contrary to what many believe, is actually designed for superior minds with the ability to speak and act according to what is really true-the Word of God. Dare to always challenge your faith for it is the…

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Ashlyn Zanotti has big plans for the summer. She's just spent a year at boarding school and can't wait to get home. But when Ashlyn's father is arrested for tax evasion and her mother enters a rehab facility for exhaustion, her life is turned upside down. The cherry on top? Ashlyn's father sends her to work with a cousin she doesn't even know at a rustic team-building retreat center in the middle…

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Angie has studied music her entire life, nurturing her talent as a singer. Now a high-school senior, she has an opportunity to break into Nashville's music scene via a songwriting competition launched by her idol, Mona Stone. Discouraged by her mother, who wishes Angie would set more realistic life goals, she nonetheless pours her heart and soul into creating a song worthy of Mona. But Angie's mot…

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Humanity is on an astronomical trajectory and according to aerospace professional and popular science communicator Kellie Gerardi, that future doesn’t rest solely on the shoulders of rocket scientists. Gerardi’s non-traditional path in the space industry shows us that humanity’s next giant leap will require the contributions of artists, engineers, and everyone in between. Gerardi takes us on a tou…

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On October 28, 1940, Mussolini provides Greek Prime Minister Ioannis Metaxas with an ultimatum—either allow Axis forces to occupy their country or face war—and Greece’s response is swift: “Oxi!” they say. “No!” In a small village nestled against the radiant waters of the Aegean Sea, Alexei, the son of a local fisherman, and his best friend Costa—who were both born on the same night eighteen years…

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America, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River, has been washed in blood by the ruthless war hordes of the invader, Rudolph I. On the banks of the mighty Father of Waters the American people, poorly armed, ragged and desperate, are making a last stand. But as rumors reach them of the bloody slaughter to the east, as the heavens fill swiftly with thousands of enemy planes, and they sense…

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The United States forces have been driven to their last, desperate stronghold before the blood-maddened ruthless hordes of the self-styled emperor, Rudolph I, even as a courageous but blind nation, wrapped in the dreams of false security, had practiced the foolish doctrine of “It can’t happen here!” America’s patriotic Death Battalion was the last ragged hope of embattled patriots — the women of t…

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Purple armies from the prairies and a great Purple navy looming over the western horizon made ready to clamp the fetters of slavery on America’s last defenders. But a grim line of fighting men waited in the Emperor Rudolph’s path with a soldierly serenity that said, “Here we die.” And every life laid on this altar of freedom gave Jimmy Christopher, Operator #5 of the Intelligence Service, new resp…

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The guillotine rose and fell, and American patriots died for daring to defy the Purple invader, supreme from the Atlantic to the Pacific. In sun-bleached Death Valley, Operator #5’s outlawed, ragged army chafed within the cordon of the great Purple army. Only a military miracle would arouse despairing Americans and free those lost legions... To make possible that miracle, Operator #5 gambles boldl…

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[Oscar Romero] constructed peace with the force of love, and gave testimony of his faith in his life. – Pope Francis A voice for the voiceless and a champion of human rights, Blessed Oscar Romero (1917–1980) is beloved around the world. In 6 lectures, you are invited to explore his life and legacy. Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador was an exemplar of faith…

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Fourteen years ago, Bryn Collins moved to the Eastern Tennessee mountains and never looked back—after her fiancé, Sawyer, jilted her for her despised sister, Del. Sawyer was later killed in a plane crash, but Bryn has never been able to forgive her sister for what she did and chooses to spend her days in the idyllic beauty of the rugged landscape instead. Although a life-threatening accident ended…

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Henry Morris is watching his wife slip away from him. In an ageist society, where euthanasia is encouraged as a patriotic act, dementia is no longer tolerated. Kaitlyn, a young waitress, is desperate for the funds to keep her brother's life support machine switched on. When a chance encounter brings the two together, they embark on an unconventional business arrangement that will force them to con…

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While Lily is spacing out in Chemistry one day, she picks up her pencil and scribbles a line from one of her favorite songs on the desk. The next day, someone else has written back to her on the desk! Soon enough Lily and the mystery student are exchanging notes and even sharing secrets. When Lily finds out that her anonymous pen pal is a guy, she's flustered -- and kind of feels like she's fallin…

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From his humble beginnings on the streets of Buenos Aries, Argentina, to speaking to heads of state and leaders around the world about the love of Jesus, Luis Palau has influenced millions with his story, his preaching, and his life. This narrative is the definitive and authorized biography of one of the most respected Christian preachers and evangelists in our world today. Luis Palau has led a fa…

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After her divorce from her thrice-married embezzler husband, Trinidad Jones is finally ready for a fresh start. So when she's left one of her ex's businesses in Upper Sprocket, Oregon, she decides to pack up her dog, cash in her settlement, and open her dream business: the Shimmy and Shake Shop, introducing the world to her monster milkshakes. And even with a couple sticky situations underway, nam…

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One Day University presents a series of audio lectures recorded in real-time from some of the top minds in the United States. Given by award-winning professors and experts in their field, these recorded lectures dive deep into the worlds of religion, government, literature, and social justice. Happiness has been in the news quite a bit lately. The UN released a "Happiness Report" rating nearly 200…

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Princess Penelope lives in a beautiful palace with a closet full of beautiful dresses. But being a princess is much much more than beauty. In fact, every morning Princess Penelope runs right past her frilly dresses to choose from her beloved collection of pants! What she wears each day depends on what job she has to do. Will she command the royal air force sporting her sequined flight suit? Will s…

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Join an expert on the intersections of media, race, and politics to understand and unravel our nation’s current racial realities using the tools of social science. 1 in 5 Americans name race relations the most important problem facing the country. In this revelatory 15-lecture audio course, you’ll learn how social science can help you understand the attitudes, actions, and outcomes associated with…

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Rain, Rain, Go Away celebrates and encourages the playful spirit of children, no matter the weather! From sunshine to rain, nothing can stop the fun of a group of friends ready to play outside together! *** Join Winken, Blinken, and Nod on their fantastical journey to a land beyond sleep in this expanded version of the classic children's tale. *** One, Two, Buckle My Shoe! Never has counting been…

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It's Oscar night, and Academy Award-winning director Hayden Roth spontaneously kisses the woman he desires above all others, even though he knows she can never be his. Addison York craves her boss's best friend, Hayden, but he has never given her an ounce of encouragement—until tonight when he kissed her after winning the Oscar. Was that kiss the start of something or another in a long line of fru…

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Through the stories of remarkable African American women, including her own great-great-grandmother, playwright Lorraine Hansberry, and Baltimore beauty-shop owner and housing-crisis survivor Anjanette Booker, Anita Hill demonstrates that the inclusive democracy our Constitution promises must be conceived with home in mind. From slavery to the Great Migration to the subprime mortgage meltdown, Rei…

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We all struggle to find daily time to be with God for the nourishment of our souls. This groundbreaking devotional is your key to resting fully in the awareness of his presence, increasing your self-knowledge, and growing deeper, closer to God.Each day, Peter Scazzero invites you to the ancient and yet powerful spiritual discipline of the Daily Office, the practice of pausing morning and evening t…

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"Miss Eilidh Fyffe always assumed her life would follow a predictable pattern—meet a charming man, fall in love, marry, and live happily ever after. But when an accident damages her memory, she is left with only questions. Has she already fallen in love and married? If only she could remember… Master Kieran MacTavish has spent six years searching for his lost wife. But it turns out, finding Eilidh…

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Revelation was written because God wants us to know what the future holds. For Christians, the prophetic truths within provide wisdom, reassurance, and discernment—while for unbelievers, Revelation is a plea to receive God’s grace while there is still time. Bestselling author Amir Tsarfati examines what Revelation makes known about the end times and beyond. Guided by accessible teaching that l…

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One of the haunting dilemmas of the human condition is that fear is an inescapable feature of earthly life. Every person who has lived on this earth has encountered fear. Tragically, for this reason, our race for the good life finds us all too often running scared. In Running Scared, Edward T. Welch investigates the roots of fear in the human soul and the ramifications of living in the grips of an…

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The interwoven tales of three women unfold in the voices of Sarah, Miriam, and Beth, whose unshakable friendship takes root in a Buffalo college dorm in the late 1960s. Fueled by the optimism and bravado of that era, they charge into adulthood with high expectations and lofty ideas. They were, as Beth would later observe, the first generation of women to feel entitled to interesting lives. At time…

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“If I don’t have you after that kiss, I’ll burn to dust from the inside out…” Aspiring fashion designer Adelaide Song wants to prove she’s more than just a pampered heiress. All she needs is a little courage—and the help of deliciously sexy Michael Reynolds, her childhood crush and her brother’s best friend. But when her secret crush turns into an illicit liaison, Adelaide realizes mixing business…

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August 1944 saw the Allies achieve more significant victories than in any other month over the course of the war. Soviet armies annihilated more than twenty German divisions and pushed the hated enemy from Russia to deep inside Poland. General Eisenhower's D-Day Invasion led to the liberation of France. Encouraged by these triumphs, British, Canadian and American armored columns plunged into Belgi…

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Sharing her experiences as a life coach and recovering perfectionist, Caroline Garnet McGraw shows us how we can free ourselves from the weight of expectations and encourages us to move our lives forward without apology. Inspired by her viral essay You Don't Owe Anyone an Interaction, this book invites us to make surprising choices that can help us get unstuck. Rather than offering more ways to ef…

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In her spare, stark style, Annie Ernaux documents the desires and indignities of a human heart ensnared in an all-consuming passion. Blurring the line between fact and fiction, an unnamed narrator attempts to plot the emotional and physical course of her two-year relationship with a married foreigner where every word, event, and person either provides a connection with her beloved or is subject to…

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Across the nation, Americans are undergoing an intense period of self-examination. How are our identities and behaviors shaped by the groups to which we belong? How can we reach past our own biases to better understand others? The study of sociology can help us answer these questions, making us better citizens in the process. In 21 engrossing lectures, sociology professor Alicia Simmons (Ph.D., St…

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Every morning, Abuelo walks Sofia to school...until the day that Abuelo hurts his ankle at a local landfill and he can no longer do so. Sofia misses her Abuelo and wonders what she can do about the dangerous Mount Trashmore. Then she gets an idea—the town can turn the slimy mess into a park! She brainstorms and plans and finally works up the courage to go to City Hall—only to be told by a clerk th…

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In a U.S. national survey conducted for this book, 70% of respondents strongly agreed that friendships across racial lines are essential to making progress toward improving race relations. However, further polling found that most Americans tend to gravitate towards friendships within their own racial category. Psychologist Deborah L. Plummer tells us why that is so. She examines how factors such…

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A shrill scream pierced the quiet night as the mighty Plutonic breasted the glassy waves. As if at a signal, countless passengers, young and old, men and women, were seized by an epidemic of frantic self-destruction. By water, fire, steel and lead they tried eagerly to hurl themselves into oblivion — into the greedy arms of Anubis, grim Egyptian deity of death! Richard Wentworth, who defended huma…

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Summoned to the nation’s capital by a cryptic warning, criminologist Richard Wentworth uncovers an insidious plot brewing to violently overthrow the United States of America! Before he can swing into action as the Spider, Wentworth’s worst fears are realized! On the floor of the Senate, a courageous Senator commits suicide. The President of the United States has been targeted for assassination! Of…

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Weird, haunting, the murder-melody rang in the ears of New York — and all those who heard its sinister song died in the throes of raving madness! For a monstrous musician had mastered the city, holding the police and Underworld alike at bay. One by one, the men marked to die received the music-score with the printed notes that were tiny skulls — and none dared raise a hand to stay the red harvest.…

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Join bestselling biographer and sports author David L. Hudson for an inspirational view into the lives and triumphs of the world's greatest athletes. We love them. We cheer for them like we know them personally. We name roads, buildings, and even towns after them. These are the sports heroes and heroines whose athletic accomplishments amaze and inspire us. Many are remarkable not only for their ac…

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Born in 1970s North Korea, Lucia Jang grew up in a typical household - her parents worked in the factories and the family scraped by on rations. Nightly, she bowed to her photo of Kim Il-Sung. It was the beginning of a chaotic period with a decade-long famine. Jang married an abusive man who sold their baby. She left him and went home to help her family by illegally crossing the river to China to…

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When Miss Beatrix Waterbury's Chicago-bound train ride is interrupted by a heist, Mr. Norman Nesbit, a man of science who believes his research was the target of the heist, comes to her aid. Despite the fact that they immediately butt heads, they join forces to make a quick escape. Upon her arrival in Chicago, Beatrix is surprised to discover her supposedly querulous Aunt Gladys shares her own suf…

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“Adventure! Who among us has not felt the thrill of that word?” begins the introduction to the Strange Adventures radio program from the beginning of the Golden Age of Radio. In the throes of the Great Depression, Strange Adventures offered relief from the troubles of every day life by whisking listeners to faraway places where excitement beckoned and danger lurked around every corner. A barbersho…

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Summary, Analysis, and Review of Brene Brown's Daring Greatly PLEASE NOTE: This is a key takeaways and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Start Publishing Notes' Summary, Analysis, and Review of Brene Brown's Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead includes a summary of the book, review, analysis & key takeaways, and detailed…

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PLEASE NOTE: This is a summary, analysis and review of the book and not the original book. In Dangerous Prayers, bestselling author and Life.Church founder Craig Groeschel reveals the prayers that can help Christians develop a more intimate relationship with God, strengthen their faith, and fully embrace God’s plan for their lives. What Does this Start Publishing Notes' Summary, Analysis, and Re…

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PLEASE NOTE: This is a summary, analysis and review of the book and not the original book. Our thought life determines how we live and how we feel about our lives. It is possible to change the way we think; negative thoughts can be tamed, and our minds transformed. What Does this Start Publishing Notes' Summary, Analysis, and Review Include? Summary of the original book Easily digestible takeaways…

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Summary, Analysis, and Review of Summary, Analysis, and Review of Jennifer Rothschild's Me, Myself, and Lies PLEASE NOTE: This is a key takeaways and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Start Publishing Notes' Summary, Analysis, and Review of Summary, Analysis, and Review of Jennifer Rothschild's Me, Myself, and Lies: A Thought Closet Makeover includes a summary of the book, review, an…

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Summary, Analysis, and Review of Mel Robbins's The 5 Second Rule PLEASE NOTE: This is a key takeaways and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Start Publishing Notes' Summary, Analysis, and Review of Mel Robbins's The 5 Second Rule: Transform Your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage includes a summary of the book, review, analysis & key takeaways, and detailed About the Aut…

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Summary, Analysis, and Review of Summary, Analysis, and Review of Michael Greger, M.D. and Gene Stone's How Not to Die PLEASE NOTE: This is a key takeaways and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Start Publishing Notes' Summary, Analysis, and Review of Summary, Analysis, and Review of Michael Greger, M.D. and Gene Stone's How Not to Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prev…

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PLEASE NOTE: This is a key takeaways and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Start Publishing Notes’ Summary, Analysis, and Review of Mitch Albom's Finding Chika includes a summary of the book, review, analysis & key takeaways, and detailed “About the Author” section.When the little girl from Haiti entered Mitch Albom’s life, everything changed. When she left, her legacy of joy, family…

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Summary, Analysis, and Review of Steven R. Gundry's The Plant Paradox PLEASE NOTE: This is a key takeaways and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Start Publishing Notes' Summary, Analysis, and Review of Steven R. Gundry's The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers in Healthy Foods That Cause Disease and Weight Gain includes a summary of the book, a review, analysis & key takeaways, and a d…

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So much has been accomplished. Lillian Walsh has stepped out courageously beyond what she'd ever dreamed of being able to achieve. Two years ago, she was an only child, living in a big house with her adoptive parents. Now, she shares the large home with her newly rediscovered sister, Grace, and the orphaned children to whom Grace has devoted her life. But then the letter arrives—an official compla…

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Merciless and driven, billionaire Anthony Bertram built his company from the ground-up, dedicating every waking moment to creating one of the most powerful corporations in the world. The last thing he has time for is romance. He almost lost everything when his first marriage fell apart. Disillusioned from his divorce, Anthony knows from experience that love only makes you weak. When a mix-up resul…

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Billie Coleman Kingsley, beloved matriarch of the clan and founder of a fabulously successful fashion empire, is dying. As her family gathers together in this time of heartbreak, the indomitable Billie offers new hope to heal the rifts that separate them. Even as her own strength fails, Billie instills courage, fortitude, and her conviction that life goes on after tragedy. From the seductive water…

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Now listeners can enjoy the inspiring, heartwarming, personal stories of his legacy in Thank You, Billy Graham. This audiobook contains scores of thank-you notes collected on Billy Graham's personal website, sharing moving stories of God's grace, love, and power in the lives of real people. Compiled by three of Billy Graham's grandchildren, Thank You, Billy Graham will encourage and inspire listen…

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While community can't be forced, it can be actively encouraged and nurtured. Vogl lays out seven time-tested principles that every leader can apply to grow enduring, effective, and supportive communities. The principles are distilled from 3,000 years of spiritual traditions, but Vogl has secularized and universalized them so they can enrich a wide array of communities-formal or informal, physical…

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While camping with her family on a remote island, five-year-old Anna awakes in the night to the sound of her mother screaming. A rogue black bear, 300 pounds of fury, is attacking the family's campsite, pouncing on her parents as prey. At her dying mother's faint urging, Anna manages to get her brother into the family's canoe and paddle away. But when the canoe dumps the two children on the edge o…

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The whole Bear family is invited by the Bear Country Carolers for a round of Christmas Eve celebrations. Join Mama, Papa, Brother, Sister, and Honey as they venture together in the snowy, cold night to travel from door to door singing Christmas classics. This fun, new audiobook in the popular Zonderkidz Living Lights series—beloved by parents, grandparents, children, and grandchildren alike—will e…

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With an inspiring reading and powerful prayer for every woman's heart, this beautiful edition provides both encouragement and refreshment for listeners as they come to know just how deeply and tenderly God loves them. Women will find their spiritual journeys enhanced and strengthened as they experience intimate connections with their Master Creator.

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This deep dive into the word of God addresses kids’ toughest Bible questions with theologically sound answers in a way that is relatable and engaging. It’s filled with fun facts, debunking of common misconceptions, and explanations of biblical and theological concepts. This book will not only answer a kid’s Bible questions big and small, but it will also encourage spiritual conversations and a lif…

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Actor Vincent Price won acclaim for his performances as a menacing villain in dozens of macabre horror films, such as House of Wax. Less well known, though, is Price's lifelong love of animals, especially his fourteen-year-old mutt, Joe. From his wife's passion for poodles to film set encounters with all types of creatures, including goats, apes, and camels, Price's life was full of furry, four-le…

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Deep in Cheyenne territory, years prior to the arrival of European settlers, a war hungry group of Cheyenne Indians meet and plan to attack a rival tribe. One young Cheyenne, Little Bear, refuses to fight. Little Bear has earned admiration for his courage and skill in hunting, but now, as a rite of passage into adulthood, he must spend two weeks alone in the wilds, eating only what nature provides…

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"Born in China’s northwestern province, Sayragul Sauytbay trained as a doctor before being appointed a senior civil servant. But her life was upended when the Chinese authorities incarcerated her. Her crime? Being Kazakh, one of China’s ethnic minorities. The northwestern province borders the largest number of foreign nations and is the point in China that is the closest to Europe. In recent years…

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On the day of his birth, Prince Alexos is revealed to be the long-awaited champion of Athene. He grows up lonely, conscious of all that is expected of him. But Alexos discovers that being a champion isn't about fame and glory - it's about sacrifice and courage. Alexos follows the course of his destiny through war and loss and a deadly confrontation with his enemy to its end: shipwreck on a magical…

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Mildred Kilgore and Earlynne Biddle are planning to open a bakery on the square-if they can come up with the right recipes. Charlie Dickens faces two of the biggest puzzles of his career as an investigative reporter, and one of them involves his wife. Cute little Cupcake's talent as a singer and dancer makes her a tempting target for an unscrupulous exploiter. Lizzy must enlist the Dahlias to prot…

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It’s Labor Day weekend, 1935, and members of the Darling Dahlias?the garden club in little Darling, Alabama?are trying to keep their cool at the end of a sizzling summer. This isn’t easy, though, since there’s a firebug on the loose in Darling. He?or she!?strikes without apparent rhyme or reason, and things have gotten to the point where nobody feels safe. What’s more, a dangerous hurricane is poi…

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It looks like the music has ended for Darling's favorite barbershop quartet, the Lucky Four Clovers, just days before the Dixie Regional Barbershop Competition. Another unlucky break comes when there's a serious foul-up in Darling's telephone system-and not a penny for repairs. And while liquor is legal again, moonshine isn't. Sheriff Buddy Norris needs a little luck when he goes into Briar Swamp…

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Nicknamed the Big Red One, 1st Division had fought from North Africa to Sicily, earning a reputation as stalwart warriors on the front lines and rabble-rousers in the rear. Yet on D-Day, these jaded combat veterans melded with fresh-faced replacements to accomplish one of the most challenging and deadly missions ever. As the men hit the beach, their equipment destroyed or washed away, soldiers cut…

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Abandoned at birth by her parents, Auli-Ambar is seen as a child blighted by a callous talon-stroke of fate. A worthless burden, she is blind, severely disfigured, and fit only for the most menial tasks. Then, a simple act of kindness changes her life. Flown to the Halls of the Dragons, the painfully shy girl becomes a cleaner of Dragon roosts and a helpless wanderer of the Dragon Library. Here, A…

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The five essential questions, grounded in Peter Drucker's theories of management, will take readers on a exploration of organizational and personal self-discovery, giving them a means to assess how to be--how to develop quality, character, mind-set, values and courage. The questions lead to action. By asking these questions, readers can focus on why they are doing what they are doing in their work…

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After years of harsh monsoon seasons, a forest on the river island of Majuli is in danger of being slowly washed away. Jadav is determined to save the forest he loves. This is the true story of how one young boy dedicated his life to creating and cultivating an expansive forest that continues to grow to this day. In a world impacted by climate change, Jadav Payeng’s inspirational story shows how…

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Finally summoning the courage to face the past, Lane Sanders breaks away from her busy job at City Hall to confront childhood nightmares in Rochester, Michigan. An unknown assailant left Lane with scattered memories after viciously murdering her parents. However, one memory of a dazzling solid gold pawn piece remains—and with it lies a startling connection between the midwestern tragedy and a curr…

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The story of the 13 courageous black men who integrated the officer corps of the US Navy during World War II--leading desegregation efforts across America and anticipating the civil rights movement Until 1942, black men in the Navy could hold jobs only as cleaners and cooks. The Navy reluctantly decided to select the first black men to undergo officer training in 1944, after enormous pressure from…

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"What gave rise to one of the darkest chapters in human history? By studying the emotional center of WWII, you will gain a deeper understanding of the history of antisemitism as well as a lesson in the strength of the human spirit. In The History of the Holocaust, you’ll reflect on the political, cultural, social, economic, religious, military, and broad historical context in which the exterminati…

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After selling her successful bakery back in New York, Parker Powell decides to visit her best friend, Charlotte, in Hope Lake, Pennsylvania, to figure out her next steps. As she acquaints herself with the people in town, she begins to wonder why she ever loved city life in the first place. Between the Golden Girls (a.k.a. the senior citizen women who hold court), the response from the town to her…

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We are living in a time when dishonesty and duplicity are common in our public institutions, workplaces, and personal relationships. Yet each of us has the means and responsibility to repair this tear in our social fabric by learning to recognize and avoid the small, seemingly inconsequential ways we make moral compromises every day. Beginning with an IQ (Integrity Quotient) test, The Law of Small…

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Take an extraordinary journey through the liturgical year. You will find this erudite and joyful course informative, useful, and deeply moving. Like a kaleidoscope, the liturgical year turns its cycles, offering fresh images of hope to those who mark these holy seasons in faith. With song, ritual, and devotion, the Catholic Church marks time with beauty. Through these seasons, the Church celebrate…

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The bodies of four men have been discovered in the town of Bradfield. Enlisted to investigate is criminal psychologist Tony Hill. Even for a seasoned professional, the series of mutilation sex murders is unlike anything he's encountered before. But profiling the psychopath is not beyond him. Hill's own past has made him the perfect man to comprehend the killer's motives. It's also made him the per…

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Despite the fact that two of the 20th century's most monumental campaigns for social change, the civil rights movement and the drive for Indian independence, achieved their aims through nonviolent action, the world continues to view nonviolence as a passive and largely ineffectual tactic, all show and no substance. In this powerful audiobook, renowned peace activist Michael Nagler proves precisely…

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Most people know about President FDR, but do you know the woman who created his groundbreaking New Deal? As a young girl, Frances Perkins was very shy and quiet. But her grandmother encouraged Frances to always challenge herself. When somebody opens a door to you, go forward. And so she did. Frances realized she had to make her voice heard, even when speaking made her uncomfortable, in order to fi…

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Chubby. Curvy. Fluffy. Plus-size. Thick. Fat. The time has come for fat people to tell their own stories. The (Other) F Word combines the voices of Renée Watson, Julie Murphy, Jes Baker, Samantha Irby, Bruce Sturgell, and more in a relatable and gift-worthy guide about body image and fat acceptance. This dazzling collection of poetry, essays, and fashion tips is meant for people of all sizes who…

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For too long, companies have focused primarily on their products or services, believing that investing in new technologies and operations will create innovation. But according to veteran Silicon Valley consultant Deborah Perry Piscione, only investing in people can do that. Using examples from her own consulting work and research, Piscione shows how her People Equation can be used by companies to…

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Today’s challenges can make a fulfilling marriage seem like an impossible dream. Yet God delights in doing the impossible if only we would ask! Stormie Omartian shares how God can strengthen your marriage as you pray for your husband concerning key areas in his life, including... His spiritual walk His emotions His role as a leader His security in work His physical protection His faith and his fut…

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Words are one of the most powerful forces in the universe, and they can be used for good or evil. When God created our world, He did so with words. He said Let there be... and it was so. While our words cannot bring into existence things that are not, they do have the power to build courage into a husband's life, instill confidence into a child's heart, fan into flames the dying embers of a friend…

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Amy Bloch, accomplished psychiatrist, busy and fully in control of her professional and family life, was dealt what she thought was a devastating, insurmountable set-back when her daughter Emily was born with a severe brain malformation. Amy tried desperately to “fix” Emily and exhausted herself in her efforts to deal with the “problem” using her intellect, going at it brain-first, the way we tend…

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"Humphrey Van Weyden is a smart, domesticated man. He enjoys reading and critiquing literature in his free time. So when he finds himself a survivor of a ferryboat accident and at the complete mercy of a tyrannical schooner captain, his life is turned upside down. Exploring themes of ambition, courage, and survival, this 1904 classic adventure novel features an antagonist based on a sailor Jack Lo…

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Miracle Springs is a place of healing. Strangers flock there hoping that the natural hot springs, five-star cuisine, and renowned spa can cure their ills. And, if none of that works, they often find their way to Miracle Books, where, over a fresh-baked scone from the Gingerbread House bakery, they exchange their stories with owner Nora Pennington in return for a carefully chosen book. That's Nora'…

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The Secret, Book & Scone Society: Booktrack Edition adds an immersive musical soundtrack to your audiobook listening experience! Miracle Springs is a place of healing. Strangers flock there hoping the natural hot springs, five-star cuisine, and renowned spa can cure their ills. And, if none of that works, they often find their way to Miracle Books, where, over a fresh-baked scone from the Gingerbr…

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Seeing people as people is an idea so simple you'll swear you've heard it a million times but so profound you'll never stop learning from it. Kimberly White discovered it in a chain of nursing homes whose leaders, nurses, and housekeepers saw their patients not as tasks to be ticked o? a to-do list but as valuable human beings. White helps you to this transformative shift with warm encouragement,…

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After a tailspin in her late teens, Lauren Anderson's life is finally back on track. Her battle with bulimia is under control, her career is taking off, and she's surrounded by a loving family. Then a chance meeting with Carter Douglas, her first love and the man who broke her heart leads to old feelings returning with new strength. And suddenly her well-balanced world is thrown off kilter. Now a…

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Emily Chang is a seasoned executive who has worked with some of the world’s most renowned companies like Procter & Gamble, Apple, and Starbucks. Over the last twenty-one years, her job has brought her and her family to eight different homes across the U.S and China. And everywhere she’s lived, Emily has found herself at the unique intersection of her Offer and Offense. Life has served up young peo…

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"Eight years ago, Tyler Donnelly left Wishing River, Montana, after a terrible fight with his father and swore he’d never return. But when his father has a stroke, guilt and duty drive him home, and nothing is as he remembers––from the run-down ranch to Lainey Sullivan, who is all grown up now. And darn if he can’t seem to stay away. Lainey’s late grandma left her two things: the family diner and…

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Presented in the first person, the story is a collection of journal entries written by a woman whose physician husband (John) has rented an old mansion for the summer and the couple moves into the upstairs nursery. As a form of treatment, she is forbidden from working, but encouraged to eat well and get plenty of exercise and air, so she can recuperate from what he calls a temporary nervous depres…

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Too many businesses miss opportunity after opportunity to design, plan, and achieve intentional business change. Why? Because they charter projects focused on delivering software products: IT projects. But as this groundbreaking book points out, there's no such thing as an IT project—or at least there shouldn't be. It's always about intentional business change, or what's the point? It's time to st…

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This beautiful tale follows a raindrop’s journey on Earth, from the time of the dinosaurs to the creation of the earliest cities and beyond. It explains how Earth has depended on the same water supply throughout its existence by flowing and falling all around us, fueling and forming much of what we have seen and used for millions of years.Featuring beautiful narration and educational back matter i…

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In the words of renowned theologian Fr. Lawrence Cunningham, Thomas Merton was perhaps “the greatest spiritual writer and spiritual master of the 20th century.” With a poet’s sensibility, an intellectual’s inquiring mind, and a prophet’s courage, Merton has captured the hearts of readers and listeners around the world. After a radical conversion experience, Merton became a Trappist monk in the Abb…

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As a child, Clive Staples Lewis imagined many things... heroic animals and knights in armor and a faraway land called Boxen. He even thought of a new name for himself—at four years old, he decided he was more of a Jack. As he grew up, though, Jack found that the real world was not as just as the one in his imagination. No magic could heal the sick or stop a war, and a bully’s words could pierce as…

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With opportunities for black men limited in post-World War II London, Rick Braithwaite, a former Royal Air Force pilot and Cambridge-educated engineer, accepts a teaching position that puts him in charge of a class of angry, unmotivated, bigoted white teenagers whom the system has mostly abandoned. When his efforts to reach these troubled students are met with threats, suspicion, and derision, Bra…

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This devotional helps married couples navigate the storms of life together. Working through the book of Job, Sarah Walton (author of Hope When It Hurts) and her husband Jeff reflect on their own experiences in a marriage that has faced chronic illness, baggage from the past, a child with neurological challenges, and financial difficulties—and show how to cling to Christ and each other. This is n…

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They didn’t start out as environmental warriors. Clair Patterson was a geochemist focused on determining the age of the Earth. Herbert Needleman was a pediatrician treating inner-city children. But in the chemistry lab and the hospital ward, they met a common enemy: lead. It was literally everywhere-in gasoline and paint, of course, but also in water pipes and food cans, toothpaste tubes and toys,…

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The four Darlyn sisters discover the family farm is mortgaged to the hilt when their father falls desperately ill. Plagued by a creditor with designs on more than their land, will a traveling stranger be the answer to their prayers? Greyson Wilder, searching for buffalo bones, is surprised to find himself saddled with a slew of sisters, instead. But it’s the eldest—sharpshooting Beatrix—who hits t…

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Living in a state of shock and self-loathing, it took her years of struggle to confront the buried memories of that first attack and begin to undo the damage it wrought, as men continued to take advantage of her fragility in the worst possible way. Yet, after growing up with a burden no teenager should ever have to shoulder, she found the heart to carry out the best revenge plan of all: leading a…

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Born the unwanted third daughter, Esther Ahmad grew up Muslim in Pakistan. Her faith and country drove every aspect of her first eighteen years, from what she wore and what she ate to her prospects for work and marriage, even to the manner of her death. Unveiled chronicles Esther’s conversion to Christianity and her escape from radical Islam. Chapter by chapter, Esther lays out the lies of the Q…

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Born the unwanted third daughter, Esther Ahmad grew up Muslim in Pakistan. Her faith and country drove every aspect of her first eighteen years, from what she wore and what she ate to her prospects for work and marriage, even to the manner of her death.Unveiled chronicles Esther’s conversion to Christianity and her escape from radical Islam. Chapter by chapter, Esther lays out the lies of the Qur’…

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Move up or move out. When those two options appear to be the only ones, dissatisfaction grows and engagement suffers. In decades of studying careers around the globe, Beverly Kaye, Lindy Williams, and Lynn Cowart have found that, in fact, there are more options. And rethinking career mobility can lead you to them! The authors show how managers, coaches, and employees can partner to determine what'…

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Whether you're making a major decision, dealing with a difficult transition, or facing a fear, 100 Days to Brave will give you the courage and confidence to move forward.Annie F. Downs felt her challenges were too difficult, too scary, too much. Then she decided to stop allowing fear to hold her back. It wasn't easy or simple. But it was good.With honesty and relatable humor, this compilation of b…

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Be brave enough to let go of what God asks of you. Be brave enough to embrace what God gives you. Be brave enough not to judge others. Be brave enough to live for His approval only.Changes are a constant variable in life; they are not optional. It is true that when facing a tragedy, a crisis, or a major change that you will often find yourself afraid. You may want to give up, complain, or blame ot…

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Tami Longaberger, CEO of The Longaberger Company, offers readers a glimpse of her unique 'American Dream.' Whether sharing memories of her impoverished childhood in Appalachia or accounts of reaching out to business women of the Middle East, Longaberger evokes a balanced nostalgia for the sweetness of the past comingled with a passionate call for hope for the future, prompting readers to dream big…

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"When he became an undertaker, Rupert Callender undertook to deal with the dead for the sake of the living. This book is his brilliant, unforgettable story—the life and work of the world’s ?rst punk undertaker—but it's also about ordinary, everyday humanity and our capacity to face death with courage and compassion, to say goodbye to the people we love in our own way. In becoming the world’s first…

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Anti-fatness is everywhere. In What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Fat, Aubrey Gordon unearths the cultural attitudes and social systems that have led to people being denied basic needs because they are fat and calls for social justice movements to be inclusive of plus-sized people’s experiences. Unlike the recent wave of self-help books that encourage self-love, Gordon pushes the discussi…

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There are people among us who have experienced real documented moments of divine intervention-moments when the miraculous hand of God briefly revealed itself. Now these witnesses are sharing their testimonies in When God Happens, edited by bestselling authors Angela Hunt and Bill Myers. Listen to their riveting first-hand accounts of medical healing, angelic visitation, and demonic possession, and…

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A diesel mechanic is smashed under the weight of a logging truck. A child’s inner tube is sucked out of a peaceful stretch of water into a frothing patch of dangerous rapids. A woman searching for peace is met with an icy chill when she begins arranging runestones... In all these stories, there is one common thread—God’s angels are waiting and ready to powerfully intervene. If you have ever doubte…

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With great insight and originality, author Holly Parker shows you how to use denial as a buffer in the face of tragedy and how to know when your use of denial has become counterproductive or detrimental. Through a fresh, comforting, and clinically-based perspective, Parker takes the shame out of denial with practical and relatable solutions to uncovering, reframing, and harnessing this very normal…

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"Single mom Lynn Morrow is determined to put food on the table for her son and daughter. Her soon-to-be-ex-husband has failed to meet his obligations time and again—but it turns out that Ed is struggling with his own demons. Enter contractor Mitch Franklin, an unlikely knight in shining armor. A widower with two grieving sons, Mitch once admired Lynn from afar. Now he sees in her not only the swee…

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10,000 baby boomers turn age 65 every single day in America. They face a series of complicated and difficult decisions about what they should do with their Social Security retirement benefits. Choose rashly, and they risk running out of money in the middle of retirement, but if they wait to decide until their 65th birthday, they may have already made some costly and irreversible mistakes. Retireme…

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Of all her friends, Abia has been at the Shimelba Refugee Camp the longest—seven years, four months, and sixteen days. Papa says that’s too long and they need a forever home. Until then, though, Abia has something important to do. Be a queen. Sometimes she’s a noisy queen, banging on her drum as she and Mama wait in the long line for rice to cook for dinner. Sometimes she’s a quiet queen,…

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Leo is an ordinary sixteen-year-old: he loves hanging out with his friends, playing soccer, and zipping around on his motorbike. The time he spends at school is a drag, but then a new teacher changes that. He's different: his eyes sparkle when he talks, and he encourages his students to live passionately and to follow their dreams. Now, Leo feels like a lion. But there's still one thing that terri…

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How do you get your dinner? That is the basic question of economics. When economist and philosopher Adam Smith proclaimed that all our actions were motivated by self-interest, he used the example of the baker and the butcher as he laid the foundations for the “economic man.” He argued that the baker and butcher didn't give bread and meat out of the goodness of their hearts. It's an ironic point of…

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No doctrine is so central to Christianity as that of the triune God, and yet it remains among the most misunderstood aspects of the faith. For many, such a daunting topic can seem abstract and disconnected from the human experience of God. This 12-lecture course answers your most burning questions about the holy mystery of God. With enlightening and incisive insights, Fr. John Randall Sachs, S.J.,…

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Dedicated as few men have been to the life of reason, Bertrand Russell has always been concerned with the basic questions to which religion also addresses itself—questions about man’s place in the universe and the nature of the good life, questions that involve life after death, morality, freedom, education, and sexual ethics. He brings to his treatment of these questions the same courage, scrupul…

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Max Lucado encourages teens to take a look at what can shape their hearts and their futures—God's grace. As Max explains, God's grace has a drenching about it. A wildness about it. A whitewater, riptide, turn-you-upside-downness about it. Grace comes after you. Wild Grace gives teens an understanding of how grace can change their lives in powerful ways, even when those lives are messed up, off tra…

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He has a past shrouded in mystery, a skeleton sheathed in indestructible metal, unbreakable claws that can cut through almost anything, and a mutant healing factor that can mend virtually any wound.His friends call him Logan. The X-Men call him Wolverine.While visiting Japan, he is recruited to recover a stolen experimental drug, one that has the potential to be a true miracle cure for all human d…

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This book will teach you how to use word power rather than willpower to increase your motivation and overcome your struggles with eating and body care. It explains how self-talk ties thought to action or inaction and how what we say to ourselves is shaped?for better or worse?by our families, culture, and personal history. It illustrates how unconscious, unhealthy self-talk leads to poor decision-m…

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Mister Rogers is one of the most beloved television personalities, but before he was the man who brought us Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, he was just little Freddie Rogers. Although he was often sick and had trouble making friends as a child, his mom and grandfather encouraged him to ask for help and explore the world. With their support, he learned how to better say what he was feeling and see the…

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No matter what happens in this ever-changing world, God invites us to count on him because he never changes. Each dated entry in You Can Count on God includes the following: an engaging devotion from Lucado with his trademark inspirational style comforting Scripture to bring us back to God's promises encouragement to receive God's peace even in challenging circumstances reminders of how God gives…

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Sharing her experiences as a life coach and recovering perfectionist, Caroline Garnet McGraw shows us how we can free ourselves from the weight of expectations and encourages us to move our lives forward without apology. Inspired by her viral essay You Don't Owe Anyone an Interaction, this book invites us to make surprising choices that can help us get unstuck. Rather than offering more ways to ef…

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Videos

Toys everywhere are disappearing and Kackle the clown and his army of monkeys are behind it! Special agent Ryan Defrates is called in on the case. But there's a problem. Ryan is terrified of clowns! What can he do to overcome his fear to save the day?

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The lives of three women intertwine as they embark on a dangerous journey to find freedom during the decades-long crackdown on Falun Gong practitioners in China that claimed thousands of victims. Armed with only a road map and a desire for justice, they must rely on their wits, courage, and the compassion of strangers to escape imprisonment and navigate a treacherous passageway out of communist Ch…

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It's time to be brave! In this episode, we're going on an adventure that takes us to the corners of outer space, where we're going to discover that courage is inside each and every one of us.

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El Freeman is a twenty-eight-year-old illegal immigrant hiding out in Los Angeles, California. His lack of documentation forced him to live in his car, while he works as a cash paid worker for an illegal moving company. After teaming up with his longtime friend Arthur to steal from former clients, he meets a new client that makes him rethink his ways.Ambassador is a lonely old man who likes to fis…

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Experiencing a story read out loud is one of the oldest forms of entertainment there is. With these Fireside Readings, audiences of all ages can enjoy the classics as they were meant to be enjoyed. Featuring a trained narrator seated before a cozy fire, these readings offer some of the things that people today crave the most: relaxation, entertainment, and education. This Fireside Reading of The W…

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He was born in humble obscurity, yet His family had to flee to save Him from a jealous ruler. He forgave sins, healed the sick and gave hope to the downhearted and oppressed, yet He was despised and rejected by many. He spoke the truth even when it was dangerous to do so. He willingly laid down His life and then rose again, conquering the power of death! From The Voice of the Martyrs comes God wit…

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Filmed in a real shelter with real homeless people, Homeless tells the story of Gosh, a teenage boy lost in the bleak routine of life in a shelter. Every day, from sunup until sundown, Gosh is put out on the streets, unable to return to the shelter until 7pm. During the day, he seeks refuge from the cold in the downtown public library and a local coffee shop. He feels alone and anonymous in a seem…

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As a child, John Borgstedt was tortured by his parents, locked in a shed, paralyzed by drugs and abused by institutions for years, Although authorities knew, no one came to his rescue. This is John's triumphant story of emerging out of darkness, learning to forgive, and finding the courage to rescue others that have been forgotten.

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From bravery and forgiveness to peace and harmony, this show helps kids to understand the importance of being courteous and developing good character to make wise choices in life. This bundle contains Volume Two of Season One, episodes 7-11. Episode 7: Nova invites the children on a new expedition to the world of values. Together, we'll learn about gratitude, the importance of giving thanks, and a…

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What do you do when you're worried? Maggie and Morty are confronted with this question when they're interrupted in the midst of making a model. Pastor Glenda Sutton arrives and encourages everyone with the truth that they are never alone. But where has Doug been all this time?

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One Day University presents a series of video lectures recorded in real-time from some of the top minds in the United States. Given by award-winning professors and experts in their field, these recorded lectures dive deep into the worlds of religion, government, literature, and social justice.Happiness has been in the news quite a bit lately. The UN released a Happiness Report rating nearly 200 co…

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During the days leading up to World War II, the five Frieder brothers-Cincinnati businessmen making two-for-a-nickel cigars in Manila-banded together with charismatic first president of the Philippines Manuel Quezon, U.S. High Commissioner Paul McNutt, and an ambitious U.S. Army Colonel named Dwight Eisenhower to help nearly 1,300 Jewish men, women, and children escape the Nazis and immigrate to t…

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Ryan Defrates is arrogant, reckless, and always insists on working alone. That is, until the day he's paired with a very unlikely partner...his mom! Deb Defrates is not a spy. She knows more about cutting coupons than cutting down on crime, but her wisdom and kindness somehow always seem to save the day!Episode 1 - Ryan Defrates Secret Agent and the Three Ring Disaster - Kackle the clown has taken…

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Ryan Defrates is arrogant, reckless, and always insists on working alone. That is, until the day he's paired with a very unlikely partner...his mom! Deb Defrates is not a spy. She knows more about cutting coupons than cutting down on crime, but her wisdom and kindness somehow always seem to save the day!Episode 1 - Ryan Defrates Secret Agent and the Web of Lies - Gigahert tries to trap the entire…

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Welcome to the workshop! Join Maggie, Sparky, Doug, and Morty on brand-new adventures! When they face difficulties, Randall and friends are there with songs that encourage them in a life of faith, hope, and love. From a producer of VeggieTales and with guests Ellie Holcomb, Propaganda, Andrew Peterson, Big Easy from the Harlem Globetrotters, and many more, this show is perfect for children of all…

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In 1921, a young woman arose from the poverty of the Texas cotton fields. She captured the hearts of the American Black population, teaching them to overcome not only the racial barriers of the time but also the barriers within themselves. She dared to dream, and she challenged them to do so as well. Her name was Bessie Coleman. And, for Bessie Coleman, the sky was the limit… The Legend: The Bessi…

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One Day University presents a series of video lectures recorded in real-time from some of the top minds in the United States. Given by award-winning professors and experts in their field, these recorded lectures dive deep into the worlds of religion, government, literature, and social justice. The brilliant Polish physicist and chemist Marie Curie lived a life of profound personal courage. Her exp…

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Corrie ten Boom and her family repair broken clocks and watches. But, as the evil of World War II sweeps through their city, a new kind of “watch” comes to their care: an innocent Jewish baby, desperately needing protection from the cruelty of the Nazi invaders. How will the ten Booms keep this baby and many others out of harm’s way, and what will be the cost of serving God amidst unthinkable evil…

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In a world ruled by a corrupt and greedy church, all it took was one little nail, one well-written scroll, and one sharp-tongued monk to turn everything upside-down! Martin Luther didn’t mean to spark the Reformation with his Ninety-five Theses, but his realization that salvation comes through faith ignited the revolution that changed the world. As Pope Leo X hounds and fights him at every turn, w…

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The bold Scottish missionary Mary Slessor has gone deeper into the Nigerian jungle than any other, bringing with her medicine, education, and the life-changing message of the Gospel. When a young mother arrives on her doorstep in the dead of night with newborn twins, Mary receives an even more challenging call from God: go bring peace and Good News to the Okoyong people, where a powerful witch doc…

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Despite a ban on Christianity, men and women still come to Christ, risking execution for doing so. Among the new believers is a privileged young mother named Perpetua. When the Roman soldiers swoop into a peaceful meeting of believers, they arrest all the new believers who are preparing for baptism. Perpetua is arrested and so is her pregnant slave Felicity. Through her diary, Perpetua leaves a wr…

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Michael and Michelle, two starry-eyed high-school students, are madly in love with each other. Their lives are filled with laughter as they plan for a future together. But the young couple's dreams are interrupted when Michael is diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. Confined to a hospital, his Christian faith is tested as never before, especially when his beliefs are confronted by a fellow patien…

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Founded twenty-five years ago in San Pedro Sula, a Central American city infamous for its poverty and violence, Our Little Roses is the only girls’ orphanage in Honduras. Seventy girls, ages one to eighteen, have found refuge there from broken and destitute homes, murderous streets, and the neighboring Bordo, the worst slum in the Americas. Inside twenty-foot high concrete walls topped with barb w…

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The story begins with the mass call up of horses from every farm and country estate in the land. Brough Scott evokes the world of Downton Abbey as he tells the tale of his aristocratic grandfather Jack Seely and his beloved horse Warrior. He would become the most famous horse of the war, renowned for his amazing courage. The finest hour of the cavalry came in spring 1918 when—led by the warhorse W…

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When everything feels like it's standing still, Warren (Alex Beh) must find the one thing that moves him. After giving up on making it in the Chicago improv scene, the young comedian fatefully reconnects with the former love of his life (Sarah Habel) one fall night while working at a coffee shop in his hometown. Afraid of growing old and alone like his divorced father, Warren must choose between w…

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Beautiful Zena Nowakowski is an eighteen year-old musician with one goal: to get a record deal. Living with her strict Christian grandparents in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the only joy she gets out of her otherwise boring life is from being the lead singer of a struggling indie-rock band. When she learns about a music competition in Toronto that will award the winner with a record deal, she rebels agains…

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Children's Videos

Children learn about Harriet Tubman's life, beginning with the harsh treatment she received as a child slave and including her escape to freedom, her legendary role as a conductor on the Underground Railroad and her life as a free woman in upstate New York. Drawing upon the recollections of a Tubman relative, the author explains how, as a seven-year-old slave, Harriet was whipped for eating an app…

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We know her today as Harriet Tubman, but in her lifetime she was called by many names. As General Tubman she was a Union spy. As Moses she led hundreds to freedom on the Underground Railroad. As Minty she was a slave whose spirit could not be broken. An evocative poem and iconographic animation come together to honor a woman of humble origins whose courage and compassion make her larger than life.…

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An ordinary bubble may seem pretty harmless to you. To the monsters of La La Land, however, a fragile, shimmering bubble is an object of terror, and when the frightening habits of bubbles are detailed by a fear-mongering monster, Yerbert, Froofle, and Wumpus run away and cry. But with encouragement from the narrator and from you, the viewer, the three learn to confront their fears and triumph over…

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Doug and his parents are off to visit the grandbots. But when their journey is interrupted by some sheep in the road, Doug goes from downloading information about farm animals to actually interacting with them! Doug gets to learn by doing - he herds sheep, milks a cow, gathers eggs, and then uses good old-fashioned 'horse sense' to get their car back on the road. Doug Unplugs on the Farm is a live…

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It's 1951 in Alabama, and young Louis summons the courage to enter the whites-only public library. With the help of a courageous librarian, the boy finds a ok about Lincoln and is inspired by the great man's ideals. An author's note about Lincoln is enhanced with archival photographs.

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Maria is from Guatemala, Jin is from Korea, and Fatima is from Somalia. All three are immigrants and new to their American elementary school, and each has trouble speaking, writing, and sharing ideas in English. Through self-determination and with encouragement from their peers and teachers, the students learn to feel confident and comfortable in their new school without losing a sense of their ho…

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Every Tuesday Lola and her mommy go to the library. Lola meets her friends there. They share books and don't have to be quiet all the time. The nice librarian tells stories. There is a big machine that buzzes Lola's books in and out, and she can take any books she wants home with her. Lola and her mommy always stop for a treat on the way home. No wonder Lola loves the library. This gentle story of…

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A daughter embarks on a perilous journey to rescue her father in this beautiful, eerie, and timeless original folktale. Eily and her father live in Ireland, three fields from the sea, within sight of the enchanted isle of Lisnashee. The fairy folk who live there cause mischief and harm to any who trespass, but once a year at Midsummer, Eily’s father, the Fog Catcher, rows out to collect magic from…

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This story recounts the ordeal of the real-life Ruby Bridges, the first African American child to attend a New Orleans elementary school in 1960. Inspiring illustrations portray Ruby's courage and determination. The story ends with the prayer Ruby recited every day of her ordeal. Bonus: A Conversation With the Author.

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