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The Last Great Dance on Earth


The Last Great Dance on Earth


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The Last Great Dance on Earth is the triumphant final volume of Sandra Gulland’s beloved trilogy based on the life of Josephine Bonaparte. When the novel opens, Josephine and Napoleon have been married for four tumultuous years. Napoleon is Josephine’s great love, and she his. But their passionate union is troubled from within, as Josephine is unable to produce an heir, and from without, as England makes war against France and Napoleon’s Corsican clan makes war against his wife. Through Josephine’s heartfelt diary entries, we witness the personal betrayals and political intrigues that will finally drive them apart, culminating in Josephine’s greatest tragedy: her divorce from Napoleon and his exile to Elba. The Last Great Dance on Earth is historical fiction on a grand scale and the stirring conclusion to an unforgettable love story.

The Late Great Planet Earth


The Late Great Planet Earth


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Buy The Late Great Planet Earth by Hal Lindsey in Paperback for the low price of 11.27. Find this product in Religion > Biblical Studies – Prophecy.

Alexander the Great: Journey to the End of the Earth


Alexander the Great: Journey to the End of the Earth


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"Alexander’s behavior was conditioned along certain lines — heroism, courage, strength, superstition, bisexuality, intoxication, cruelty. He bestrode Europe and Asia like a supernatural figure." In this succinct portrait of Alexander the Great, distinguished scholar and historian Norman Cantor illuminates the personal life and military conquests of this most legendary of men. Cantor draws from the major writings of Alexander’s contemporaries combined with the most recent psychological and cultural studies to show Alexander as he was — a great figure in the ancient world whose puzzling personality greatly fueled his military accomplishments. He describes Alexander’s ambiguous relationship with his father, Philip II of Macedon; his oedipal involvement with his mother, the Albanian princess Olympias; and his bisexuality. He traces Alexander’s attempts to bridge the East and West, the Greek and Persian worlds, using Achilles, hero of the Trojan War, as his model. Finally, Cantor explores Alexander’s view of himself in relation to the pagan gods of Greece and Egypt. More than a biography, Norman Cantor’s "Alexander the Great" is a psychological rendering of a man of his time.

Earth And Jupiter's Great Red Spot


Earth And Jupiter’s Great Red Spot


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Earth And Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Premium Poster by Victor Habbick. Product size approximately 18 x 24 inches. Available at Art.com. Embrace your Space – your source for high quality fine art posters and prints.

Alexander the Great :  Journey to the End of the Earth


Alexander the Great : Journey to the End of the Earth


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Buy Alexander the Great by Norman F. Cantor in Paperback for the low price of 11.02. Find this product in Biography & Autobiography > Historical – General, Military, Ancient – Greece.

The Edge of the Earth


The Edge of the Earth


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A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.

The Great Turning: From Empire to Earth Community


The Great Turning: From Empire to Earth Community


$20.02


*Sweeping survey of world history offering a new understanding of the key challenge of our time *Offers a positive message of hope for a sustainable and just future and a practical strategy for getting there In The Great Turning, David Korten argues that "Empire," the organization of society through hierarchy and violence has always resulted in misery for the many and fortune for the few, but now it threatens the very future of humanity as Empire has become unsustainable and destructive. Korten traces the roots of Empire and charts the evolution of its instruments of control, from absolute monarchies to the multinational institutions of the global economy. He describes efforts to develop democratic alternatives to Empire, such as the founding of the United States and shows how elitists with an imperial agenda have undermined the "American experiment." Empire is not inevitable, and we can turn away from it. Korten draws on evidence from evolutionary theory, developmental psychology, and religious teachings to show that a life-centered, egalitarian, sustainable, democratic "Earth Community" is possible.

The Circus at the Edge of the Earth: Travels with the Great Wallenda Circus


The Circus at the Edge of the Earth: Travels with the Great Wallenda Circus


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The Great Wallenda Circus represents a form of art that’s rapidly dying out, a cirrus complete with tigers, clowns, acrobats, and other traditional acts. Charles Wilkins, son of a circus enthusiast, travelled with this circus, from Thunder Bay, Ontario, to Flirt Flon in northern Manitoba — "the edge of the earth, " as far north as any circus ever goes. His exquisitely crafted story is by turns funny and moving, sad and shocking, as it introduces readers to the rigours, the freedoms, the announces, and the horrific risks of circus life, as well as to some of the most fascinating and offbeat people in show business. Meet Rick Wallenda, grandson of the late circus daredevil, Karl Wallenda. Rick, once a high-wire walker himself, is now crippled from a near-fatal fall. This is his circus’s first tour of Canada, and he leads his troupe along the frost-shattered highways, through freezing weather, truck breakdowns, and one of the greatest floods in Canadian history. Still, the show must go on, even in the face of unexpected (and vindictive) competition from a rival circus.

Low Earth Orbit View of the Great Lakes


Low Earth Orbit View of the Great Lakes


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Low Earth Orbit View of the Great Lakes – Photographic Print

Earth Lodge of the Omaha Tribe, Great Plains, 1800s


Earth Lodge of the Omaha Tribe, Great Plains, 1800s


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Earth Lodge of the Omaha Tribe, Great Plains, 1800s – Giclee Print

Great Pine and Red Earth, c.1885


Great Pine and Red Earth, c.1885


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Paul Cézanne Great Pine and Red Earth, c.1885 – Giclee Print

Great Discoveries and Inventions That Helped Explore Earth and Space


Great Discoveries and Inventions That Helped Explore Earth and Space


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Explore a close-up look at the many scientific advancements that have improved our world and beyond, how they came into being, and what makes them work. This remarkable series makes discovering science interesting and fun. Great Discoveries and Inventions That Helped Explore Earth and Space alternates earthly discoveries, such as the sundial, with far-reaching inventions, such as the space probe, that help scientists explore the vastness of outer space.

Slip of Earth on the Great Northern Railway Line


Slip of Earth on the Great Northern Railway Line


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Slip of Earth on the Great Northern Railway Line – Giclee Print

The Great Cosmic Mother :  Rediscovering the Religion of the Earth


The Great Cosmic Mother : Rediscovering the Religion of the Earth


$20.78


Buy The Great Cosmic Mother by Monica Sjoo in Paperback for the low price of 20.78. Find this product in Religion > Comparative Religion, Spirituality – General, General.

The Great Portal Wars Trilogy: The Worlds of Earth


The Great Portal Wars Trilogy: The Worlds of Earth


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It was just supposed to be a simple walk after dinner for Jennifer Hanning’s parents, but now her father is missing and her traumatized mother refuses to tell anyone what happened. To make matters worse, Jen is having strange dreams in which a voice is summoning her into the forbidden forest. Indeed, there is someone looking for Jen- the mystic being called Hope, who draws Jen into another dimension, another world of Earth. Jen discovers the danger her father, John, is in, and it’s up to her to rescue him. While on this mission, Jen encounters both majestic and terrifying creatures. She also discovers that her father, and now she, has become embroiled in a war, unlike any other, that is being waged against mankind. Join Jen as she leaves her old life behind and embarks on an incredible journey where she discovers abilities that she never knew she had. The ultimate fate of all the worlds of Earth hangs in the balance

The Great Global Puzzle Challenge with Google Earth


The Great Global Puzzle Challenge with Google Earth


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Discover the many wonders of the world in this amazing illustrated tour of some of the most interesting places on Earth. Each spread focuses on one destination, and the amazingly intricate artwork gives readers a visual flavour of the place, with masses to look at and discover the more you look. There are links from one place to the next – historical, geographical, natural history or just simple proximity – for example, there is an ancient Egyptian obelisk in NY’s central park, with two sister obelisks in Paris and London. Find the one in the Central Park using Google(TM) Earth co-ordinates and it gives you the clue to where you will be going next. The pyramids at the Louvre in Paris will whisk you off to the temples of Ancient Egypt, then find a connection from the Colosseum of Ancient Rome to the hot plains of Tanzania that team with wildlife, from flocks of flamingos to herds of wildebeest to prides of lions. The crater is actually a collapsed volcano; this knowledge then helps speed you to Mount Fuji and Tokyo. . . and so on. In each location you have to find a souvenir to take with you. You will also need to solve a puzzle with the help of Google(TM) Earth to collect co-ordinates for your final secret location – again on Google(TM) Earth. For instance, the puzzle tells you to visit the Statue of Liberty on Google(TM) Earth and to count the number of points on its crown. This number is one of the co-ordinates you need to find your final destination at the end of the book.

Tolkien and the Great War: The Threshold of Middle-Earth


Tolkien and the Great War: The Threshold of Middle-Earth


$29.15


"Very much the best book about J.R.R. Tolkien that has yet been written." — A.N. Wilson "A highly intelligent book … Garth displays impressive skills both as researcher and writer." — Max Hastings "It is a strange story that Garth tells, but he tells it clearly and compellingly." — Tom Shippey "Somewhere, I think, Tolkien is nodding in appreciation." — Charles Matthews, San Jose Mercury News "Gripping from start to finish and offers important new insights." – Library Journal "A labor of love in which journalist Garth combines a newsman’s nose for a good story with a scholar’s scrupulous attention to detail… Brilliantly argued." — Daily Mail "Insight into how a writer turned academia into art, how deeply friendship supports and wounds us, and how the death and disillusionment that characterized World War I inspired Tolkien’s lush saga." – Detroit Free Press "To be caught in youth by 1914 was no less hideous an experience than in 1939 . . . by 1918 all but one of my close friends were dead." So J.R.R. Tolkien responded to critics who saw The Lord of the Rings as a reaction to the Second World War. Tolkien and the Great War tells for the first time the full story of how he embarked on the creation of Middle-earth in his youth as the world around him was plunged into catastrophe. This biography reveals the horror and heroism that he experienced as a signals officer in the Battle of the Somme and introduces the circle of friends who spurred his mythology into life. It shows how, after two of these brilliant young men were killed, Tolkien pursued the dream they had all shared by launching his epic of good and evil. This is the first substantially new biography of Tolkien since 1977, meticulously researched and distilled from his personal wartime papers and a multitude of other sources. John Garth argues that the foundation of tragic experience in the First World War is the key to Middle-earth’s enduring power. Tolkien used his mythic imagination not to escape from reality but to reflect and transform the cataclysm of his generation. While his contemporaries surrendered to disillusionment, he kept enchantment alive, reshaping an entire literary tradition into a form that resonates to this day.

The Great Cosmic Mother: Rediscovering the Religion of the Earth


The Great Cosmic Mother: Rediscovering the Religion of the Earth


$23.6


This classic companion to "The World’s Religions" articulates the remarkable unity that underlies the world’s religious traditions

The Great Turning :  From Empire to Earth Community


The Great Turning : From Empire to Earth Community


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Buy The Great Turning by David C. Korten in Paperback for the low price of 14.85. Find this product in Social Science > Sociology – General.

Earth Science


Earth Science


$5.75


Turns downtime into learning time. Includes 180 quick activities that need little or no prep time. Provides a great way to introduce new ideas, review key facts and concepts, or brush up on skills. Offers a rock-solid foundation in the principles of earth science. Formerly titled Mini-Activities for Earth Science.

The Good Earth


The Good Earth


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Though more than sixty years have passed since Pearl S. Buck’s "The Good Earth" won the Pulitzer Prize, this remarkable novel has retained its popularity and has become one of the great modern classics.

A Stranger in the Earth


A Stranger in the Earth


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Twenty-two-year-old Horace Littlefair travels from the village of Great Much to the big city-London town-if not to make it rich, then at least to make a living working for his great uncle at the local newspaper. Unprepared, underpaid, and overdressed, he is plunged instead into the discombobulating world of love, racism, rabies, blackmail, political intrigue . . . and Scrabble. Horace is out of step with the rest of the world, threatened by impending disaster wherever he turns. But he is helped along by several unlikely and unusual friendships. And so Horace stumbles to adapt, to love, to produce good copy, and to get the scoop behind Barnaby Colefax’s campaign to save the urban fox. Marvelous storytelling from a gifted young writer.

The Middle of the Earth


The Middle of the Earth


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Everyone in the world is familiar with the Great Pyramid in Egypt, but only a few realize it was ordained by the hand of God. The prophet Isaiah tells us it’s an altar and a witness for the one true God. Josephus, the Jewish historian, says it was built by the children of Seth before the great flood. Egyptian legend calls it the "Pillar of Enoch" after the Patriarch who walked with God. Early Jewish writings, Egyptian hieroglyphs, and ancient historians provide clues to the secrets within the Great Pyramid. But first you must ask yourself, what is Truth? Are you willing to set aside your preconceptions to understand the Truth?The Middle of the Earth: Genesis in Egypt reveals astonishing truths that can transform our world and beckon all who read it to the call of Christ. Western civilization has pushed God out of the picture and filled us with false ideas. Author Allen Austin urges you to reject the false absurdities and embrace our true history. It lies in the middle of the earth.

Scum of the Earth


Scum of the Earth


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A brand new edition of Arthur Koestler’s gripping tale of arrest, imprisonment, and subsequent escape to London from Nazi-occupied France. Arthur Koestler is now an essential part of the English literary landscape both as political activist, controversialist and the author of Darkness at Noon. He stands beside George Orwell as one of the key writers of the twentieth century who embraced communism but would later turn against the "party"and denounce the tragic distortions and abuses that had betrayed the great vision.

The Call of Earth


The Call of Earth


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As Harmony’s Oversoul grows weaker, a great warrior has arisen to challenge its bans. His name is Moozh, and he has won control of an army using forbidden technology. now he is aiming his soldiers at the city of Basilica, that strong fortress above the Plain. Basilica remains in turmoil. Wetchik and his sons are not strong enough to stop a army. Can Rasa and her allies defeat him through intrigue, or will Moozh take the city and all who are in it?

Planet Earth


Planet Earth


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There is plenty on the news about changes in Earth’s climate, but there are precious few references for explaining Earth’s science to the audience who needs to understand it most–today’s children. In this newest addition to the critically acclaimed Science Kids series, basic facts about Earth are explained in easy-to-understand language and engaging illustrations. New vocabulary is defined on every page, and a section of great projects for hands-on learning completes this useful resource that covers environments, geological forces, weather and climate, and the incredible diversity of life on Earth.

A Hole in the Earth


A Hole in the Earth


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At the heart of this compelling novel about why men act the way they do is the profound and affecting story of a family, of what tears them apart and what can bring them back together. Henry Porter’s summer begins when his daughter Nicole-whom he hasn’t seen since his wife divorced him five years ago-shows up on his doorstep. Nicole is a surprise; just graduated from high school-almost an adult-the gap between the little girl Henry once knew and the woman she has become leaves him fumbling for words. Days after Nicole arrives, Henry’s girlfriend, Elizabeth, reveals that she is pregnant. Henry is speechless at these two events, throwing into sharp relief his emotional landscape. He best deals with situations like these by heading off to the racetrack in time to make the daily double, and to place a few bets. As Rick Bass writes, "a beautiful and aching novel, alarming in its wisdom and treatment of one of the great terrors, loneliness, and one of the great mercies, forgiveness."

The Angry Earth


The Angry Earth


$67.7


From hurricanes, floods, and earthquakes to oil spills and nuclear accidents, natural and technological disasters have become increasingly frequent and destructive across the planet. This ground-breaking collection of essays explores how various cultures in different historical moments have responded to calamity, offering new insights into the complex relationship between society and environment. Through case studies of communities in Great Britain, the Mediterranean, Asia and the Americas, contributors examine issues ranging from the social and political factors that set the stage for disaster, to the cultural processes experienced by survivors, to the long-term impact of disasters on culture and society.

Earth X


Earth X


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Great epics come along only once in a long while. Stories that push the normal boundaries and force the reader to think. Stories so powerful in message and so grand in scale that the guidelines by which such tales are usually judged are completely rearranged. Spawned from the brilliant creative mind of Alex Ross, Earth X is one such epic. Along with writer Jim Krueger and artist John Paul Leon, Ross breathes life into and gives amazing detail to every facet of the Earth X mythos – made evident by everything from his early conceptual pencil sketches to each of his fourteen beautifully painted covers. Earth X explores the depths and heights of the Marvel Universe, from the roots of its humble beginnings to the peak of its ultimate potential. Collects Earth X #0, 1-12.

Earth Radiation


Earth Radiation


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Research on 11,000 people in more than 3,000 places in 14 countries The detailed records of harmful effects on Health including Cancer, Allergies, Arthritis, Insomnia, Learning Disabilities, and many other Diseases This book is the classic record of the identification and location of energies from the earth which are noxious to human beings and others. Many of the results are attested by medical doctors who found that cures were only effective after exposure to noxious earth energies was eliminated. Cases are quoted which include the use of these techniques by physicians for their own health. These illustrations are accompanied by records of the illnesses resulting from sleeping, or sitting for a long time, in the energy fields – and how great improvement in health occurred when the location of beds, school seats, etc., were moved. Very Simple, very cheap, and very effective

Hope of Earth


Hope of Earth


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In "Isle of Woman "and "Shame of Man," the firs two volumes of the monumental Geodyssey saga, bestselling author Piers Anthony chronicles the triumphs and tragedies of two remarkable families reborn again and again in some of the most turbulent eras of human history. Now, with H"ope of Earth," Anthony brings us a stirring epic that ranges from our ancient beginnings in Africa’s Great Rift Valley to the windswept Andes a century from now, and includes some of history’s most fascinating figures–the mysterious "Ice Man" of the Swiss Alps, the decadent King Herod, the British Warrior Queen Boudica, the Mongol Chieftan Tamurlane, and King Louis XIV of France. Exciting, imaginative, and inspiring, Hope of Earth is the story of a group of heroic men and women, bound by ties of passion, honor, and blood, who struggle to transcend our violent past and forge and new and shinning future.

Language of the Earth


Language of the Earth


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Man’s complex relationship to planet Earth is explored in this second edition of the landmark anthology edited by Frank Rhodes and Bruce Malamud. This volume provides a portrait of the planet as experienced not just by scientists, but by artists, aviators, poets, philosophers, novelists, historians, and sociologists as well. A unique collection that bridges the gap between science and humanities Contains writings by scientists, artists, aviators, poets, philosophers, novelists, historians, and sociologists including Charles Darwin, Dane Picard, Rachel Carson, John Muir, Mark Twain and Archibald Geikie Represents the human experience over the centuries, covering a span of 2,500 years Reflects the planet’s extraordinary physical diversity The previous edition was voted one of the 25 ‘Great Books of Geology’ by readers of the "Journal of Geological Education"

Earth Strike


Earth Strike


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The first book in the epic saga of humankind’s war of transcendence There is a milestone in the evolution of every sentient race, a Tech Singularity Event, when the species achieves transcendence through its technological advances. Now the creatures known as humans are near this momentous turning point. But an armed threat is approaching from deepest space, determined to prevent humankind from crossing over that boundary–by total annihilation if necessary. To the Sh’daar, the driving technologies of transcendent change are anathema and must be obliterated from the universe–along with those who would employ them. As their great warships destroy everything in their path en route to the Sol system, the human Confederation government falls into dangerous disarray. There is but one hope, and it rests with a rogue Navy Admiral, commander of the kilometer-long star carrier America, as he leads his courageous fighters deep into enemy space towards humankind’s greatest conflict–and quite possibly its last.

Earth in Upheaval


Earth in Upheaval


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In this epochal book, Immanuel Velikovsky, one of the great scientists of modern times, puts the complete histories of our Earth and of humanity on a new basis. He presents the results of his 10-year-long interdisciplinary research in an easily understandable, even entertaining manner.Inspite – or even because – of the disgraceful hostility, provoked by his theories, this book keeps being of ardent topicality, which in the light of recent scientific research is even growing.Earth in Upheaval – a very exactly investigated and easily understandable book – contains material that completely revolutionizes our view of the history of the earth.For all those who have ever wondered about the evolution of the earth, the formation of mountains and oceans, the origin of coal or fossils, the question of the ice ages and the history of animal and plant species, Earth in Upheaval is a MUST-READ

The Earth Will Shake


The Earth Will Shake


$25.94


They have been with us all through history: The "Invisible College" of wisdom, and their adversaries—the destroyers—who rise from the flames to burn again. The history of the world is their story: a conspiracy as vast and all-encompassing as the riddle of time itself.In Naples, Italy, in 1764, a young aristocrat is about to stumble onto one piece of the great pattern. Through a heartless murder and his passion for the beautiful daughter of his enemy, young Sigismundo Celine uncovers the mystery of the Rossi brigade, former M.A.F.I.A. assassins, and the secret agenda of the dreaded Inquisition.In the wind of the raging social storm that will soon tear through Europe and America with the flame of revolution, Sigismundo begins his journey of discovery, joined by the boy Mozart, Dr. Frankenstein, Casanova the spy, lover and magician…and a mysterious violet-eyed assassin who calls him "brother."

Salt of the Earth


Salt of the Earth


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In this sequel to the novel, "Southern Gospel," the residents of Truman County are forced to deal with the fallout from a sensational murder. The fact that the victim is one of the most prominent citizens of the county is shocking enough but when an arrest is made for the crime, it’s an even bigger surprise. As is to be expected, speculation abounds concerning motive and method. A wide variety of the county population, ranging from teenagers to senior citizens, becomes involved in the investigation and subsequent trial which is not a typical one – even by Truman County standards. Against this background, Old Man Teke Thomas and Vern L. Upshaw – two well-known Truman County men – are forced to deal with problems of their own, problems that in their own way will have great effects on the general welfare of Truman County. And, as was shown in "Southern Gospel," Old Man Teke and Vern L. have their own unique approaches to the solutions of those problems.

The Same Earth


The Same Earth


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When Imelda Richardson leaves the small village of Watersgate, Jamaica, armed only with one small suitcase, she is doing so for the second time. One of the throng of young Jamaicans who left the island after the devastating hurricane of 1974, Imelda’s journey has taken her to England, to the home of ganja-growing rebel Purletta Johnson, the arms of fake Northerner Ozzie, and a law degree. But when her mother dies Imelda returns to Watersgate, choosing Jamaica over England. 1983 is still a couple of years shy of the great dancehall explosion in which artists like Shabba Ranks would sing how he "loved punany bad," and the village is still dominated by the Evangelical church and the thundering voice of Pastor Braithwaite. When Tessa Walcott’s panties are stolen–and in the absence of Perry Mason–she and Imelda decide to set up a Neighborhood Watch. But they haven’t counted on Pastor Braithwaite and the crusading zeal of Evangelist Millie. As a Pentecostal fervor sweeps through the village, the tensions between old and new come to a head.

The Long Earth


The Long Earth


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The UK’s bestselling fantasy writer and a giant of British SF combine forces to write an astonishing, mind-bending new series… The Long Earth. 2015: Madison, Wisconsin. Junior cop Sally Jansson is called out to the house of Willis Lynsey, a reclusive scientist, for an animal-cruelty complaint: the man was seen forcing a horse in through the door of his home. Inside there is no horse. But Sally finds a kind of home-made utility belt. She straps this on — and ‘steps’ sideways into an America covered with virgin forest. Willis came here with equipment and animals, meaning to explore and colonise. And when Sally gets back, she finds Willis has put the secret of the belt on the internet. The great migration has begun… The Long Earth our Earth is but one of a chain of parallel worlds, lying side by side in a higher space of possibilities, each differing from its neighbours by a little (or a lot): an infinite landscape of infinite possibilities. And the further away you travel, the stranger the worlds get. The sun and moon always shine, the basic laws of physics are the same. However, the chance events which have shaped our particular version of Earth, such as the dinosaur-killer asteroid impact, might not have happened and things may well have turned out rather differently. But only our Earth hosts mankind.

The War with Earth


The War with Earth


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New Kashubia was a planet rich in heavy metals, but utterly lacking in carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen. Even dirt had to be imported at great expense. The colonists, moved there from Earth against their will, lived in tunnels drilled through solid gold but still were the poorest people in the universe. Since their only resource was people, they sent draftees out as mercenaries, fighting in tanks in symbiosis with a highly intelligent computer. And Mickolai Derdowski had fought bravely and brilliantly for nearly a decade, losing many friends in the process, and risen to the rank of General-he thought. But then he found out that it was all in virtual reality. The war had been faked, no one had died, and he was still just a tank commander, not a general at all. But New Kashubia had been well paid by the planet that had hired the mercenaries for the war they had faked, severe food rationing back home was no longer necessary, and people could now afford luxuries like homes and clothing. There was just one problem. A real war was looming on the horizon and this one couldn’t be settled in cyberspace. A lot of people might get really, permanently killed. Such as Mickolai. . . .

The White Earth


The White Earth


$21.99


"The saga of the McIvors is nothing less than a grim and supremely entertaining take on colonialism in Australia and the tortured, stained hearts of all its New World cousins. A-."-Entertainment Weekly "McGahan scrutinizes his characters without puppetry, and his prose moves with grace, smoothness and a gift for setting."-San Francisco Chronicle "Absorbing, disturbing, almost gothic, by turns, as McGahan depicts the inextricability of family and the primal hunger for finding and naming home."-Valerie Miner, The Boston Globe After his father’s death, young William is cast upon the charity of an unknown great-uncle, John McIvor. The old man was brought up expecting to marry the heiress to Kuran Station-a grand estate in the Australian Outback-only to be disappointed by his rejection and the selling off of the land. He has devoted his life to putting the estate back together and has moved into the once-elegant mansion. McIvor tries to imbue William with his obsession, but his hold on the land is threatened by laws entitling the Aborigines to reclaim sacred sites. William’s mother desperately wants her son to become John McIvor’s heir, but no one realizes that William is ill and his condition is worsening. The White Earth won Australia’s Miles Franklin Award for 2005 and was selected as Book of the Year (2004) by The Age and the The Courier-Mail.

Earth Pilgrim


Earth Pilgrim


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In "Earth Pilgrim," Satish Kumar draws on his personal experience and also his understanding of the spiritual traditions of both East and West. The book takes the form of conversations between Kumar and others about the inner and outer aspects of pilgrimage: A a ATo be a pilgrim is to be on a path of adventure, to move out of our comfort zones, to let go of our prejudices and preconditioning, to make strides towards the unknown.A a A If we want to tread the pilgrimA a a s path, we need to go beyond ideas of good and evil and to be dedicated to our quest-to our natural calling. We need to shed not just our unnecessary material possessions but also our burdens of fear, anxiety, doubt, and worry; in this way we can find spiritual renewal and enter on the great adventure into the unknown.Kumar believes that at this stage of human history we now need a new kind of pilgrim, unattached to any form of dogma-A a AEarth PilgrimsA a A who are concerned with this world, not the next, and who are seeking a deep commitment to life in the here and now, upon this Earth, in this world. We need to realize that we are all connected, and through that connectivity we become pilgrims.

Earth to Betsy


Earth to Betsy


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Can you have your (wedding) cake and eat it, too? Betsy Blessing is about to have it all-the chance to be senior minister of Church of the Shepherd and a long-awaited first date with her best-friend-turned-love-interest, David Swenson. But David’s unexpected marriage proposal and a developer’s surprise offer to buy the dying downtown church building thrust Betsy into a whirlwind of decisions. Betsy’s future mother-in-law, editor of "Budget Bride" magazine, plans to feature the nuptials in an upcoming issue, but is Betsy ready to buy her wedding gown at Goodwill and register for china at Chips-n-Dings? And not everyone at Church of the Shepherd thinks relocating to the suburbs is a great idea. Can Betsy persuade the naysayers that she can lead them to the Promised Land? Factor in a homeless man named Booger, a demanding parishioner with a broken hip, and David’s clandestine meetings with his former fiancee, and Betsy has more than she can handle. Is happily ever after out of reach for the fabulous Reverend Blessing?

Blue Earth


Blue Earth


$12.2


"Blue Earth" is a compelling novel of Minnesota, a land that guards its secrets. Carver Heinz loses both farm and family in the farm crisis of the 1980s. Displaced into urban Minneapolis, he becomes obsessed with Angie, a beautiful child he rescues from a tornado in an encounter he insists they keep silent. Her close friendship with a Dakota Indian boy fuels Carver’s rage and unleashes a series of events that reveal the haunting power of each character’s past and of their shared histories, especially the 1862 Dakota Conflict and public hanging of 38 Dakota–the largest mass execution in U.S. history. "We… see our own lives reflected in "Blue Earth"’s dark mirror, even as we learn a tragic history kept from us by those who would forever erase our origins… This is a brilliant novel by one of our truly intuitive and accomplished writers" –Margaret Randall, author of "Ruins" "Achtenberg’s passionate, brilliantly crafted language, combined with her profound ethical imagination, makes "Blue Earth" one of the most important books to appear at this moment in our history." –Demetria Martinez, author of "Mother Tongue" "Achtenberg creates morally complex and culturally diverse characters whose lives are affected by loss, poverty, disease, and war, but whose ultimately redemptive encounters with one another take "Blue Earth" far beyond its Midwester setting." –Martha Collins, author of "Blue Front" "In the great tradition of Willa Cather and Wallace Stegner, Anya Achtenberg writes of the violence, past and present, that shapes the people of the vast American Midwest. Deep and searing, "Blue Earth" is perhaps one of the best novels of the past decade." –Kathleen Spivack, author of "With Robert Lowell and His Circle" Learn more at www.AnyaAchtenberg.com From the Reflections of History Series at Modern History Press www.ModernHistoryPress.com

Here on Earth


Here on Earth


$3.95


In a review of Hoffman’s previous novel, Practical Magic, Booklist wrote, "magic, fantasy, and full-tilt love-at-first-sight have figured in all of Hoffman’s sexy, funny, and endearing novels. . . . in Hoffman’s universe, all boundaries between inner and outer realms are erased. Fear brings whipping winds, a malevolent spirit causes lilac bushes to achieve monstrous proportions, and love turns the air sweet and golden, melts butter, and makes everyone giddy." In Here on Earth, the darker, obsessive side of love is revealed in all of its power, and with all the havoc it wreaks. After nearly twenty years of living in California, March Murray, along with her fifteen-year-old daughter, Gwen, returns to the sleepy Massachusetts town where she grew up to attend the funeral of Judith Dale, the beloved housekeeper who raised her. Yet returning to her hometown also brings her back to Hollis, March’s former soul mate and lover. March’s father had taken the teenaged Hollis, an abandoned child, and the product of a series of detention homes, into his house as a boarder, and treated him like a son. Yet March and Hollis’s passionate love was hardly a normal sibling relationship. When Hollis left her after a petty fight, March waited for him three long years, wondering what she had done wrong. Encountering Hollis again makes March acutely aware of the choices that she has made, and the choices everyone around her has made–including Mrs. Dale, who knew more of love than March could ever have suspected, and her brother Alan, whose tragic history has left him grief-struck, with alcohol as his only solace. Her attraction to Hollis is overwhelming–and March jeopardizes her marriage, her relationship with her daughter and her own happiness in an attempt to reclaim the past. "Hoffman conveys the mesmerizing lure of a lost love with haunting sensuality," Publishers Weekly, said in an advance review and Library Journal said: "Hoffman takes great care here to examine the many facets of love and relationships, turning them like a prism to reflect on March and Hollis." With Here on Earth, Alice Hoffman achieves once again the "iridescent prose, taut narrative suspense and alluring atmosphere" that The Boston Globe cites as her hallmark. Erotic, disturbing and compelling, this is without a doubt Alice Hoffman’s most unforgettable novel.

The Geography of the Earth


The Geography of the Earth


$3.95


Welcome to the Earth From the swirling Northern Lights of Alaska to Antarctica’s desolate Wright Valley, our planet is one of fantastic landscapes and marvelous inhabitants. Susan Brooks looks at each continent and finds unusual and fascinating bits of history and geography that make the study of our physical world especially interesting to young readers. In concise and easy-to-understand sections, she explores how this planet works–the water cycle, rock cycle, forests, and life in the air, under the sea, and deep in the soil. She investigates subjects that young people wonder about–how the continents looked before they began to drift, or what the center of the earth looks like. As they turn the pages of this beautifully illustrated book, they’ll be entertained and also begin to see the earth as an efficient and miraculous contraption that is constantly changing and restoring itself. Next, each continent in showcased. Basic information about the physical characteristics of each area are explained and special features are highlighted. For instance: North America: caribou in Canada, the march of the Monarch Butterfly, the Mississippi delta, waterspouts and earthquakes South America: condors in the Andes, the Galapagos Islands, the spider monkey, the three-toed sloth, the giant armadillo Europe: alpine glaciers and avalanches, the new volcanic island of Surtsey, the midnight sun, acid rain, and migrating salmon Asia: animals in danger, sand and dust storms ("Haboobs"), Gulf War pollution, Sir Edmund Hillary, Tenzing Norgay, and Mount Everest Oceania: Geysers of New Zealand, the Bungle Bungle Range, Boab trees, the Great Barrier Reef, the duck-billed platypus, dingos and koalas Africa: "Mountains of the Moon", the Red Lake, Okavango Delta, Victoria Falls, diamonds in South Africa, the welwitschia plant, and lungfish Antarctica: Icebergs, humpbacked whale, the ozone hole, the valleys of Antarctica, and penguins The full-color illustrations, numerous sidebars, "Did you know?" boxes, a glossary, and an index all help to make this introduction to the landscapes and natural features of our home a useful and enjoyable reference for young people ages 8-12. By focusing on the unique qualities of each part of the world, Susan Brooks brings her audience a fresh and entertaining view of the geography and history of the natural world.

Climate, Earth Processes and Earth History


Climate, Earth Processes and Earth History


$99


Today, climate-related processes and problems are referred to as Global Change by nearly everyone including scientists, politicians, and economists; citizens worldwide are anxious about the often ob­ served disorientation of our environment under the influence of man. Better information on the Earth’s natural systems and their possible alterations is necessary. The topic itself is so wide that sound scien­ tific descriptions of it as a whole are rare. For the non-specialist infor­ mation from relevant fields is not easy to obtain; and often, the pro­ gnostic models presented are contradictory and even for specialists difficult to evaluate. Therefore, this book on Climate, Earth Processes and Earth History by Richard Huggett fills an important gap. It discusses the great, climate-related areas of the Earth’s environment. The atmosphere, the hydrosphere, the sediments as products of weathering and geomorphic processes, the relief as landforms and soils, and the biosphere are thoroughly treated as the prominent sub­ systems which are greatly affected by climate. These subsystems not only control the visual and internal aspects of our landscapes, but they are themselves especially influenced by climatic changes which can be due to either changes in the natural system or anthropogenic changes. Thus, our landscapes will be subject to significant altera­ tions, if climatic variations exceed certain thresholds. The plan for the present book by Richard Huggett was originally discussed in regard to the Springer Series on Physical Environment.

The Great Awakening


The Great Awakening


$14.15


The consciousness of this earth is currently undergoing a revolutionary change. We are now seeing a global return to Christ Consciousness. It is a renaissance, an enlightenment, and an awakening like no other. As it unfolds, and as more join in the glorio

Eco-Earth - ECO-EARTH SINGLE PACK


Eco-Earth – ECO-EARTH SINGLE PACK


$2.49


This compressed coconut fiber is a great way to increase humidity in a reptile enclosure. Each brick expands to 7 – 8 liters of substrate. Availabl…

Nowhere Else on Earth: Standing Tall for the Great Bear Rainforest


Nowhere Else on Earth: Standing Tall for the Great Bear Rainforest


$6.83


You don’t have to live in the Great Bear Rainforest to benefit from its existence, but after you read Nowhere Else on Earth you might want to visit this magnificent part of the planet. Environmental activist Caitlyn Vernon guides young readers through a forest of information, sharing her personal stories, her knowledge and her concern for this beautiful place. Full of breathtaking photographs and suggestions for ways to preserve this unique ecosystem, Nowhere Else on Earth is a timely and inspiring reminder that we need to stand up for our wild places before they are gone.

Celebrating the Great Mother: A Handbook of Earth-Honoring Activities for Parents and Children


Celebrating the Great Mother: A Handbook of Earth-Honoring Activities for Parents and Children


$18.32


Adults have a wide array of books to help explore earth-based spirituality. But what if they want to include their children? Here is a handbook to help parents, caregivers, teachers, and counselors create meaningful spiritual experiences that will inspire children of all ages. The ideas, suggestions, and activities collected here show how to bring children into rituals that celebrate seasonal cycles and help reclaim the spiritual roots of today’s modern holidays. With surprisingly little effort, earth-centered activities and rituals can be incorporated into simple daily routines. Part 1, "Handbook for Earth-Connected Parenting," gives techniques for developing a child’s inner wisdom and sense of the sacred: dream journals, visualization, Tarot play, talismans, and interactions with the natural world Part 2 is a guide to the specific seasonal festivals, and offers a comprehensive collection of practical and enjoyable ways to celebrate the sacred days of our ancestors. Make a bean rune divination system, gather smudge sticks, grow grass pots, assemble a "dream pillow," create altars the authors offer easy-to-follow suggestions. Includes suggested reading and resource sections for locating additional information and materials for creative projects.

Great Mosque, the Largest Dried Earth Building in the World, Djenne, Mali


Great Mosque, the Largest Dried Earth Building in the World, Djenne, Mali


$32.99


Pate Jenny Great Mosque, the Largest Dried Earth Building in the World, Djenne, Mali – Photographic Print

A Partial View of Earth Showing Australia and the Great Barrier Reef


A Partial View of Earth Showing Australia and the Great Barrier Reef


$43.99


A Partial View of Earth Showing Australia and the Great Barrier Reef Photographic Print by Stocktrek Images. Product size approximately 12 x 36 inches. Available at Art.com. Embrace your Space – your source for high quality fine art posters and prints.

Worship Feast Outdoors: 25 Experiences of God's Great Earth


Worship Feast Outdoors: 25 Experiences of God’s Great Earth


$5.16


This latest addition to the popular Worship Feast series takes youth outdoors to worship amid God ‘s wonderful (and often unpredictable) creation. This resource includes devotions, meditations, and outdoor worship services for all seasons and times of day. Youth will become mindful of how God is at work in the natural world through experiencing sights, sounds, scents, and textures. These worship experiences will encourage youth to appreciate and acknowledge God ‘s providence, creativity, and greatness.

The Great Wall: The Story of 4,000 Miles of Earth and Stone That Turned a Nation Into a Fortress


The Great Wall: The Story of 4,000 Miles of Earth and Stone That Turned a Nation Into a Fortress


$3.95


Imagine a wall 30 feet high, a wall thousands of miles long, a wall that crossed deserts and climbed over impossibly jagged peaks, a wall that contained thousands of individual forts and towers, a wall that was guarded by over a million soldiers, a wall that took 200 years to build. Now imagine the enemy that this wall was built to defend against. The Mongols were nomadic warriors of legendary skill and savagery. Their empire encompassed most of the known world, from southern Asia to northern Europe, from the Middle East to the Sea of Japan. Now the fierce and unstoppable horsemen were bearing down on China. For the Chinese, there seemed only one solution: to turn their country into a vast fortress. The Great Wall chronicles a people’s struggle for absolute security in a violent and dangerous world. It is a story of astonishing success and ultimate failure, of ingenuity, determination, the will to survive and, in the end, futility. "Wonders of the World" series The winner of numerous awards, this series is renowned for Elizabeth Mann’s ability to convey adventure and excitement while revealing technical information in engaging and easily understood language. The illustrations are lavishly realistic and accurate in detail but do not ignore the human element. Outstanding in the genre, these books are sure to bring even the most indifferent young reader into the worlds of history, geography, and architecture. ""One of the ten best non-fiction series for young readers."" – Booklist

The Great Global Puzzle Challenge with Google Earth. Clive Gifford


The Great Global Puzzle Challenge with Google Earth. Clive Gifford


$3.95


Discover the many wonders of the world in this amazing illustrated tour of some of the most interesting places on Earth. Each spread focuses on one destination, and the amazingly intricate artwork gives readers a visual flavour of the place, with masses to look at and discover the more you look. There are links from one place to the next – historical, geographical, natural history or just simple proximity – for example, there is an ancient Egyptian obelisk in NY’s central park, with two sister obelisks in Paris and London. Find the one in the Central Park using Google(TM) Earth co-ordinates and it gives you the clue to where you will be going next. The pyramids at the Louvre in Paris will whisk you off to the temples of Ancient Egypt, then find a connection from the Colosseum of Ancient Rome to the hot plains of Tanzania that team with wildlife, from flocks of flamingos to herds of wildebeest to prides of lions. The crater is actually a collapsed volcano; this knowledge then helps speed you to Mount Fuji and Tokyo. . . and so on. In each location you have to find a souvenir to take with you. You will also need to solve a puzzle with the help of Google(TM) Earth to collect co-ordinates for your final secret location – again on Google(TM) Earth. For instance, the puzzle tells you to visit the Statue of Liberty on Google(TM) Earth and to count the number of points on its crown. This number is one of the co-ordinates you need to find your final destination at the end of the book.

The China Dream: The Quest for the Last Great Untapped Market on Earth


The China Dream: The Quest for the Last Great Untapped Market on Earth


$3.95


In The China Dream, acclaimed business journalist Joe Studwell takes to task the predictions that China will become an economic juggernaut on the world stage in the twenty-first century — and instead foresees an economic crisis. He argues that since the days of Marco Polo, Western nations have seen the vast population of the Middle Kingdom as a fantastic opportunity for expanding trade, investing time and resources again and again in the hope to develop it, only to see, century after century, its economy crash and their dreams turn to dust. Studwell traces the most recent developments in China from Deng Xiaoping’s "liberalization" of its market in the 1980s through the opening of its economy to foreign investment in the 1990s. In his rigorous analysis of the Chinese economy, government, and culture, Studwell also shows the roadblocks to the continuation of the country’s unprecedented expansion and why its economy will fail once more — but this time, harder than ever before, and with potentially catastrophic results. Provocative, flawlessly researched, and endlessly engaging, The China Dream is a book that will have the business and political worlds talking about what’s really going on in China — and what we can do to prepare for the coming crisis.

Eco-Fun: Great Projects, Experiments, and Games for a Greener Earth


Eco-Fun: Great Projects, Experiments, and Games for a Greener Earth


$3.95


The earth they walk on, the air they breathe, the water they drink, the sun that gives them energy–not to mention animals and their very own selves: everything about our world excites children. And, with these 50 fun-filled, science-based environmental experiments, kids will discover more about how our planet works and how to make it better. Divided into five themes (earth, air, energy, water, and biodiversity), these activities show how each element operates alone and in connection with the others–and what effect it has on us and the environment. Here are real-life ecology projects to do at school or at home, and for the community. Helped by an abundance of lively illustrations, youngsters will become "supermarket sleuths," finding out where food comes from. They can build a solar panel, make recycled paper, construct a worm composter, and create a forest ecosystem in a jar. And when they’re done with each section, they’ll take an entertaining quiz or complete a puzzle. There’s no better way to develop a child’s intimate connection with nature.

To the Ends of the Earth :  Empowering Kingdom Growth: Churches Fulfilling the Great Commission


To the Ends of the Earth : Empowering Kingdom Growth: Churches Fulfilling the Great Commission


$14.99


Buy To the Ends of the Earth by Jerry Rankin in Paperback for the low price of 14.99. Find this product in Religion > Christian Ministry – Evangelism, Christian Ministry – Missions.

Celebrating the Great Mother :  A Handbook of Earth-Honoring Activities for Parents and Children


Celebrating the Great Mother : A Handbook of Earth-Honoring Activities for Parents and Children


$12.88


Buy Celebrating the Great Mother by Cait Johnson in Paperback for the low price of 12.88. Find this product in Religion > Spirituality – General, Parenting – General.

The Great Wall: The Story of Thousands of Miles of Earth and Stone That Turned a Nation Into a Fortress


The Great Wall: The Story of Thousands of Miles of Earth and Stone That Turned a Nation Into a Fortress


$7.55


This is the story of a people’s struggle for absolute security in a violent and dangerous world. Needing defense against the Mongols whose empire encompassed most of the known world, the Chinese built the Great Wall of China over 200 years. Thousands of miles long, the Wall was guarded by over a million soldiers manning thousands of forts and towers. "Wonders of the World" series The winner of numerous awards, this series is renowned for Elizabeth Mann’s ability to convey adventure and excitement while revealing technical information in engaging and easily understood language. The illustrations are lavishly realistic and accurate in detail but do not ignore the human element. Outstanding in the genre, these books are sure to bring even the most indifferent young reader into the worlds of history, geography, and architecture. ""One of the ten best non-fiction series for young readers."" – Booklist

Ecology Crafts for Kids: 50 Great Ways to Make Friends with Planet Earth


Ecology Crafts for Kids: 50 Great Ways to Make Friends with Planet Earth


$5.3


These awesome, excellent eco-adventures show kids what’s happening in nature With these creative "recycling" ideas, they’ll have a ball making sure that nothing goes to waste–especially if it can make a pot, a painting, or a puppet. Children can scoop up clay and collect twigs and birchbark to turn into animals, frames, and baskets. "Cool Tool" suggestions even show how to create a sawdust kiln Birds will happily settle in a gourd birdhouse, and fabulous facts on bald eagles and grizzly bears teach kids about the dangers of extinction. Have a burned-out lightbulb? It will shine again as a puppet. Have a "trashy" good time turning eggshells into mosaics, beach glass into jewelry, and cornhusks into angels. Old news is good news when newspapers transform into paper-mache birds. Bottle gardens, ocean waves bath salts, lemonade lip gloss, and tin can marionettes: saving the earth has never been so much fun 144 pages (all in color), 8 1/2 x 10. NEW IN PAPERBACK

Archers Rise from the Earth Among China's Great Terracotta Army


Archers Rise from the Earth Among China’s Great Terracotta Army


$43.99


Archers Rise from the Earth Among China’s Great Terracotta Army Photographic Print by O. Louis Mazzatenta. Product size approximately 12 x 16 inches. Available at Art.com. Embrace your Space – your source for high quality fine art posters and prints.

Bone Quill (Hollow Earth)


Bone Quill (Hollow Earth)


$4.78


A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.

The Great Escape


The Great Escape


$20.3


In the beginning, when Adam disobeyed the mandate of God, he fell from the lofty heights of the heavens. He lost his keen awareness of God and ceased to operate in the higher realm of the kingdom. Adam then became prisoner to the limited realm of earth and its restrictions…but God had a plan for the redemption of man and the restoration of his dominion on the earth. God’s plan for man was THE MAN, Christ Jesus. Jesus came into the world to raise all men from the dust of circumstance into the glorious liberty of the Spirit of God. Jesus came to open the eyes of man’s understanding that all might know the hope of God’s call and the riches of His inheritance in the saints. Jesus came to free every man from the spiritual chains of fear, guilt, and condemnation. Jesus came to free man from the demands of the law. Jesus came to liberate man from the island of the five senses into the unbounded glory of the heavens. The revelation of Jesus and His finished work IS "The Great Escape" from every form of death and corruption.

The Great Disruption


The Great Disruption


$10.02


The dynamic that currently underlies global social change is the product of forces that are not of a single type or origin. As a consequence, that change is experienced as a process that uproots individuals but gives no guidance for the future, that destroys but does not reconstruct, that prescribes action but provides no reassurance. The radical uncertainty it engenders is an understandable source of anxiety: the rich countries are increasingly worried about competition from low-wage economies, while the wretched of the earth suspect their precarious existences will come under even greater pressure. Within each nation, the constantly growing gap between winners and losers exacerbates these fears. The Great Disruption is at its height. This book is an examination and interpretation of the enormous complex of social changes which, for want of a better word, we term globalization.

Shaping the Earth: Erosion


Shaping the Earth: Erosion


$3.95


Glaciers, water, wind, and time — the many hands of erosion have made light work of entire mountain ranges and left the Great Lakes and the Grand Canyon as evidence of their power.

The Great Wall


The Great Wall


$5.53


China’s Great Wall north of Beijing is one of the world’s most famous sights. Millions every year climb the line of stone snaking over mountains. We all feel we know the Wall. But we are wrong. It is too big, too varied, too complex to be captured by a few images or a day-trip. Myths surround it. Many believe that the stone barrier marches across all China, that it has been in existence for over 2,000 years, and that it is the only man-made structure visible from the Moon. In fact, most of it is made of earth, and much of it is not there at all. It cannot even be seen from earth orbit, let alone the Moon. Estimates of its length vary from 1,500 to 5,000 miles. Even its name is deceptive: it is not an it, a single entity, but many walls (hence the uncertain length), built at different times. Yet behind the confusion are great simplicities. The many walls are united by two ideas — self-protection and unity — which go back to the First Emperor, who founded the nation in 221 BC. For 2,000 years, the Wall marked the border between China and nomadic peoples to the north and west. Mutual hostility inspired centuries of attacks, counter-attacks and Wall-building, until the northward spread of China in the 20th century made the Wall redundant. For this riveting account, John Man travelled the Wall from the far western deserts to the Pacific, exploring the grandest sections and many "wild" ones. He is the first writer to describe two unknown walls in Mongolia. He covers two millennia of history, from the country’s first unification to the present day, when the Great Wall, built and rebuilt over centuries of war, has become a symbol of tranquility. "From the Hardcover edition."

The Lost Scrolls: Earth


The Lost Scrolls: Earth


$3.95


IF YOU ARE READING THIS, you have uncovered one of the four hidden scrolls I have compiled about the world of Avatar. This scroll contains sacred information about the Earth Nation — stories, legends, and facts that I have found so far about this nation — its history, culture, and tales of its past and present. Katara tells how she inspired a group of Earthbenders imprisoned on a Fire Nation ship to take a stand; Aang explains how he managed to outsmart the great Earthbender, King Bumi; and Sokka recounts the tale of the Great Divide. Included are sections on Earthbending moves, the great Earth Kingdom Kyoshi Warriors, and more. Keep this scroll safe, and share it only with those you trust. Beware, for there are many who wish to expose its secrets….

In Great Waters


In Great Waters


$3.95


During a time of great upheaval, the citizens of Venice make a pact that will change the world. The landsmen of the city broker a treaty with a water-dwelling tribe of deepsmen, cementing the alliance through marriage. The mingling of the two races produces a fresh, peerless strain of royal blood. To protect their shores, other nations make their own partnerships with this new breed-and then, jealous of their power, ban any further unions between the two peoples. Dalliance with a deepswoman becomes punishable by death. Any "bastard" child must be destroyed. This is an Earth where the legends of the deep are true-where the people of the ocean are as real and as dangerous as the people of the land. This is the world of intrigue and betrayal that Kit Whitfield brings to life in an unforgettable alternate history: the tale of Anne, the youngest princess of a faltering England, struggling to survive in a troubled court, and Henry, a bastard abandoned on the shore to face his bewildering destiny, finding himself a pawn in a game he does not understand. Yet even a pawn may checkmate a king.

The Great Explorers


The Great Explorers


$33.71


It has always been mankind’s gift, or curse, to be inquisitive, and through the ages people have been driven to explore the limits of the worlds known to them–and beyond. Here are the stories of forty of the world’s greatest explorers from Europe, America, Asia, and Australia. These are men and women who changed our perception of the world through their courageous adventures. Organized thematically, the book opens with the oceanic journeys of five hundred years ago, when the great era of recorded exploration began. The following sections look at The Land, Rivers, Polar Ice, Deserts, Life on Earth, and New Frontiers. Many of these explorers recounted their journeys in vivid firsthand accounts; others were superb artists or photographers. The book features quotes from their journals and reports, and it is illustrated with paintings, photographs, engravings, and maps, so that we can experience their adventures through their own eyes and in their own words. Featured explorers include: Christopher Columbus, Vasco da Gama, James Cook, Lewis and Clark, Richard Burton, Samuel de Champlain, David Livingstone, Roald Amundsen, Gertrude Bell, Alexander von Humboldt, Yuri Gagarin, and Jacques-Yves Cousteau.

Journeys Through the Earth Kingdom


Journeys Through the Earth Kingdom


$3.95


In this collection of four books, Aang, Azula, Toph, and Sokka tell about their exciting and eye-opening journeys through the Earth Kingdom. This amazing collection is a great way to gear-up for the summer 2010 movie "The Last Airbender"–it’s sure to be a hit

Big Deal at the Center of the Earth


Big Deal at the Center of the Earth


$6.94


Jimmy Deal is back in his second great adventure This time, Jimmy Deal digs a hole beneath Ocean Palm Elementary School, and he and his best friend, Ted, discover a secret world…a world inhabited by eyeball-eating monsters…and even his old first grade teacher Now THAT’S SCARY

Merrell Men's Moab Earth


Merrell Men’s Moab Earth


$119.95


Merrell Moab is a great boot.Waterproof dura leather and mesh upper Bellows tongue keeps debris out Breathable mesh lining treated with Aegis Antimicrobial solution maintains foot comfort Molded nylon arch shank Compression moulded EVA footframe provides cushioning

A Journey to the Center of the Earth


A Journey to the Center of the Earth


$3.95


Filled with hundreds of specific examples and organized into a coherent framework of practical concepts that can be applied by managers and entrepreneurs at all levels, Built to Last provides a master blueprint for building organizations that will prosper in the 21st century and beyond. In Good to Great, the most widely anticipated management book of the year, Jim Collins presents nothing less than a recipe book on how to make a good company great. Following the success of his international blockbuster Built to Last, where he and co-author Jerry Porras discovered the secrets of companies that were outstanding at their founding and then sustained greatness, Collins wondered what could be done for the company that is good or mediocre at best? He questioned whether there have been companies that started weak and finished strong, and if so, what can be said about these companies that might help managers turn a mediocre organization into a great one? So Collins and his research team undertook a massive five year study of every company that has made the Fortune 500 since the advent of that listing in 1965, and has crafted a book as practical and insightful as BUILT TO LAST. This exclusive deluxe box set brings together the two most important business books of the last decade from Jim Collins, the leader in modern business theory.

A Different Time, a Different Earth


A Different Time, a Different Earth


$23.4


A Different Time, A Different Earth is a novel about the romance of a young couple. It is set in a science fiction background about two fictitious societies that inhabited two continents that existed on the earth before the great flood. These societies developed fantastically advanced technology. A war between them caused the complete destruction of their societies as well as the two continents. Many thousands of years later, due to a malfunction of their spaceship, our heroes are thrust into the interior of the lost and deserted world, where they encounter the last and only evidence of the existence of these great societies. The technology is years beyond their knowledge and capabilities. They struggle through many exciting and perilous adventures in their effort to stay alive in the interior of this unfriendly and dangerous structure. Their final goal: to create a new and peaceful world.

Planet Earth Brady Shorts


Planet Earth Brady Shorts


$29.95


It's time to head outdoors for some fun in the sun. The Planet Earth Brady Walk Shorts are perfect for summer. Made with 100% organic cotton, it is super comfortable and soft to the touch. It is minimalistic in design, perfect for casual wear. Pair it with your favorite T-shirt and you're ready to go explore the great outdoors this season.Key Features of the Planet Earth Brady Walk Shorts: 100% organic cotton Renewable or recycled materials in every piece

Life on Earth: The Story of Evolution


Life on Earth: The Story of Evolution


$14.39


There are millions of different kinds of plants and animals living on the earth. Many millions more lived here in the past. Where did they all come from? Why have some become extinct and others lived on? In this remarkable book for children, Steve Jenkins explores the fascinating history of life on earth and the awe-inspiring story of evolution, Charles Darwin’s great contribution to modern science.

In the Earth Abides the Flame


In the Earth Abides the Flame


$3.95


They have journeyed across the face of the world, but their quest is far from over… Battered and bruised, suffering grievous loss, the Company enters the great city of Instruere. They have to warn the Council of Faltha of the Destroyer’s threat — but they have no idea of the depth of treachery that awaits them. When the arrival of a disturbing stranger ignites political and religious tensions, events escalate beyond control. Only one thing could unite a land wracked with such mistrust. But can it be found? Or is the Jugom Ark merely a legend?

Earth Science: Decade by Decade


Earth Science: Decade by Decade


$25.14


- A general foreword/introduction by a notable figure in each discipline – One chapter for each decade, including its own introduction and conclusion – A final conclusion that looks at likely trends in the 21st century – Biographic sidebars of famous scientists – Approximately 50 line illustrations and 50 photographs – Chronologies of key events (Nobel Prizes, great discoveries, and more) – Glossary, index, and other back matter.

Surviving the Toughest Race on Earth


Surviving the Toughest Race on Earth


$3.95


"A Great book…the reader sees through Marty’s eyes, feels his joy and his pain, experiences adventure racing close up." – National Geographic. The Raid Gauloises – an eight-to-twelve day adventure race in remarkably inhospitable environments – is an event in which simply finishing is a victory. Experience every exhilarating step in Surviving the Toughest Race on Earth, Martin Dugard’s highly praised, intensely personal account of this grueling and remarkable journey.

Prophecy: Child of Earth


Prophecy: Child of Earth


$3.95


In "Rhapsody," a fellowship was forged– three companions who, through great adversity, became a force to be reckoned with: Rhapsody the Singer; Achmed the assassin-king; and Grunthor, the giant Sergeant-Major. "Prophecy" continues their powerful epic. Driven by a prophetic vision, Rhapsody races to rescue a religious leader while Achmed and Grunthor seek the F’dor– an ancient and powerful demon. These companions may be destined to fulfill The Prophecy of the Three, but their time is running short. They must find their elusive enemy before his darkness consumes them all.

They Shall Inherit the Earth


They Shall Inherit the Earth


$72.44


First published in 1935, this novel is a penetrating study of a father and son caught in the moral and economic undertow of the Great Depression. The action hinges upon a sudden mischance in which accident and intention tragically coincide. Swept along by the inexorable logic of events, Callaghan’s protagonists are forced to re-examine the nature of individual conscience and responsibility. In their personal struggle is expressed the mood of the age, its cynicism and anger, its desperate idealism, and its agonized longing for redemption. "From the Paperback edition."

Bringing the Sun Down to Earth


Bringing the Sun Down to Earth


$129


In 1998, my colleague, Forrest Mims, and I began a project to develop inexpensive handheld atmosphere monitoring instruments for the GLOBE Program, an international environmental science and education program that began its operations on Earth Day, 1995. GLOBE’s goal was to involve students, teachers, and scientists around the world in authentic partn- ships in which scientists would develop instrumentation and experimental protocols suitable for student use. In return, data collected by students and their teachers would be used by scientists in their research. This kind of collaboration represented a grand vision for science education which had never before been attempted on such a scale, and we embraced this vision with great enthusiasm. Between 1998 and 2006, Forrest Mims and I collaborated on the development of several instruments based on Mims’ original concept of using light emitting diodes as spectrally selective detectors of sunlight, which was first published in the peer-reviewed literature in 1992. These instruments have evolved into a set of tools and procedures for monitoring the transmission of sunlight through the atmosphere, and they can be used to learn a great deal about the composition of the atmosphere and the dynamics of the Earth/atmosphere/sun system. If measurements with these instruments are made properly, they have significant scientific value, as well.

Cliffsnotes on Rolvaag's Giants in the Earth


Cliffsnotes on Rolvaag’s Giants in the Earth


$3.95


The original CliffsNotes study guides offer expert commentary on major themes, plots, characters, literary devices, and historical background — all to help you gain greater insight into great works you’re bound to study for school or pleasure. In "CliffsNotes on Rolvaag’s Giants in the Earth, " you explore the story of Norwegian pioneers as they cross the Great Plains of America and the hardships they endure while trying to build a settlement. The greatness of this novel lies in the manner in which Rolvaag manages to bring out the emotions engendered in each of the pioneers — how they reacted to the loneliness and desolation of the prairie and how they adjusted to it . . . or didn’t. In this study guide, you’ll find information about the author, a Brief Synopsis, and Critical Commentaries on each chapter of "Giants in the Earth." You’ll also find a list of characters, in-depth character analyses, and more: An introduction to the novelEssay topics and review questionsA selected bibliography Classic literature or modern-day treasure — you’ll understand it all with expert information and insight from CliffsNotes study guides.

Anomaly Warzone Earth HD


Anomaly Warzone Earth HD


$4.79


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Planet Earth Freeman Boardshorts


Planet Earth Freeman Boardshorts


$34.95


These shorts are lightweight and easy to wear throughout the summer. The fast-drying material is great for times when you're always in and out of the water. The right leg features a spacious pocket, perfect for keeping all the essential things you need to keep on you. And don't think for one moment that these shorts are made from some type of junky material. They are 100 percent recycled polyester, so you can feel good about wearing them while staying comfortable.Key Features of the Planet Earth Freeman Boardshorts: 100% Recycled Polyester PET Single Cargo Pocket Outseam: 22"

Alchemy in Middle-Earth


Alchemy in Middle-Earth


$25.44


Never before has the esoteric significance of the "Novel of the Century" been explained. At last its profound symbolism is made clear in light of the Hermetic tradition, establishing The Lord of the Rings to be the work of an illuminated imagination. Alchemy in Middle-earth traces J.R.R. Tolkien’s motifs to unexpected connections with Scotland, the Middle East, and legendary Atlantis, and unveils the ancient wisdom in Tolkien’s great work not only with the Alchemy of the past, but also with the living mystical alchemy of Sufism. In the process, the mysterious relationship between the spirituality of Islam and Tolkien’s Christianity is revealed, signifying nothing less than the completion of the Grail quest at the end of an age.

The Last Place on Earth


The Last Place on Earth


$3.95


In this gripping dual biography, Huntford reexamines every detail of the great race to the South Pole between Britain’s Robert Scott and Norway’s Raoul Amundsen. Scott, who died along with four of his men only 11 miles from his next cache of supplies, became Britain’s beloved failure while Amundsen, who not only beat Scott to the Pole but returned alive, was largely forgotten. A brilliant and highly readable history which captures the driving ambitions of the era and the complex, often deeply flawed, men who were charged with carrying them out.

Discover Amazing Earth


Discover Amazing Earth


$3.95


What could be more fascinating for kids than our own special, miraculous planet? This new "Magic Skeleton" whisks them off on an illuminating journey around the world, where they’ll discover everything from the various layers that make up the earth’s surface to natural phenomena such as earthquakes and hurricanes. Along the way they’ll see volcanic landscapes and eruptions; visit glaciers, geysers, and fjords; find out about fault lines and shock waves; and watch as mighty rivers erode rocks and create valleys. It’s a great, fun way for children to begin learning the basics of Earth Science–and gain an understanding of the wonderful world they live in.

Planet Earth Original Cap


Planet Earth Original Cap


$11.95


The season is here so bust out your summer wardrobe and add this pair of shorts to finish the look. The Volcom Frochinckie 2 1/2" Shorts offers a great fit, with single and double welt pockets in the back. It's made with cotton and a little bit of elastane to provide just the right amount of stretch. Rock this pair of shorts with a tank top or a shirt and be prepared to stroll the beach with confidence. This classic chino will never go out of style. Pair it with anything and feel stylish.Key Features of Planet Earth Original Cap:Renewable or recycled materials in every piece

The Chic Shall Inherit the Earth


The Chic Shall Inherit the Earth


$3.95


Lissa Mansfield has come a long way since transferring to SpencerAcademy two years ago. She’s made a great group of friends in Gillian, Carly, Mac, and Shani. She’s strengthened and grown her relationship with God. She’s even gotten over the Callum McCloud "incident" from her first semester. Now, she’s ready to graduate and take on college life Or is she? With her parents’ relationship still on the rocks and the girls about to separate as they head to different colleges, Lissa is faced with some of her biggest challenges yet in her last term at Spencer. Will Lissa put her faith in God to carry her through these difficult times?

And the Good Brown Earth


And the Good Brown Earth


$3.95


A patient Gram and her spirited grandson follow the cycle of the seasons as they savor the shared joy of growing things. Gram and Joe are great friends, and they love to spend time together, taking care of the vegetable patch-with a little help from nature, of course. But it takes a lot of patience. There’s digging time, planting time, weeding time, watering time, even thinking time. Meanwhile, the seasons change, and Gram does things her way, while Joe does things his way. Come harvest time, they each will find wondrous surprises, thanks to the benevolence of the good brown earth.

Move Heaven and Earth


Move Heaven and Earth


$3.95


Miss Sylvan Miles dreaded the moment she’d see Lord Rand Malkin again. Once a dashing rogue, he’s returned from battle a changed man. Sylvan, too, has suffered. Sharpened by scandal and tragedy, she vows to heal Rand’s body and spirit.But when Sylvan arrives at Clairmont Court, the man she encounters is far from the great pleasure in taunting her with stolen kisss and the legend of his ancestor’s ghost. But Sylvan isn’t fooled by his bravado and sets out to break down his defenses…while she fortifies her own against temptation.

Earth Bouncy Balls


Earth Bouncy Balls


$14.95


Classic Toys For Everyday. Earth Bouncy Balls will get your celebration bouncing! Hand out these large bounce balls during birthday parties, Earth Day gatherings, and Columbus Day events for a toy children of all ages will enjoy! 12 bouncy balls per package. Balls are approximately 1 3/4. Bouncy balls are a great way to fine tune coordination skills, and have a ball doing it! Bounce balls make perfect party favors for almost any event, so stock up on fun novelty balls! Part of Favors, Toys, Gifts > Balls > Bounce Balls

Great Sex


Great Sex


$10.2


Do you want to be a great lover and enjoy consistently great sex? Would you like reliable erections that don’t wilt in the middle of lovemaking? Would you like superb ejaculatory control? Would you like your penis to be as large as it possibly can be? Do you want women to sing your sexual praises? All these sexual benefits can be yours if you read "Great Sex" and take its message to heart. Author Michael Castleman is the nation’s top journalist specializing in men’s sexuality. He has been a sex educator, counselor, and writer for 30 years, including 5 years as the expert who answered the sex questions submitted to the "Playboy "Advisor. Written with the help of an advisory board that includes some of the nation’s leading sex therapists," Great Sex "is certain to help you overcome your sex problems; become a better, more confident lover; and enjoy the sex of your dreams. Castleman’s message is surprisingly simple: Stop imitating the rushed, all-genital sex you see in pornography. Instead, cultivate the opposite: leisurely, playful, total-body, massage-based lovemaking that includes the genitals, of course, but is not focused on them. Sex inspired by pornography is a major reason why men think their penises are too small and why they have erection and ejaculatory problems. With wit, wisdom, and down-to-earth sympathy for men, Castleman discusses his own penis–like yours, it’s a little too small–and his own struggles with balky erections, rapid ejaculation, and not expressing orgasm at all. Then, based on state-of-the-art sex therapy techniques, leading sexology texts, and almost 400 medical journal articles, he reveals how to overcome these issues and enjoy a satisfying andexciting sex life. What’s more, the sexual style Castleman advocates is the way most women prefer to make love. Take Castleman’s advice and you’ll benefit by having a lover who is more arousable, responsive, enthusiastic, and complimentary. In other words, when you embrace sensual, creative, whole-body lovemaking, everybody wins. You have fewer sex problems. The woman you love gets what she wants in bed. And you both enjoy sex that’s hotter, more erotic, and more fulfilling.

Revolutions That Made the Earth


Revolutions That Made the Earth


$58.99


The Earth that sustains us today was born out of a few remarkable, near-catastrophic revolutions, started by biological innovations and marked by global environmental consequences. The revolutions have certain features in common, such as an increase in complexity, energy utilization, and information processing by life. This book describes these revolutions, showing the fundamental interdependence of the evolution of life and its non-living environment. We would not exist unless these upheavals had led eventually to ‘successful’ outcomes – meaning that after each one, at length, a new stable world emerged. The current planet-reshaping activities of our species may be the start of another great Earth system revolution, but there is no guarantee that this one will be successful. The book explains what a successful transition through it might look like, if we are wise enough to steer such a course. This book places humanity in context as part of the Earth system, using a new scientific synthesis to illustrate our debt to the deep past and our potential for the future.

Warm Climates in Earth History


Warm Climates in Earth History


$60.91


The study of greenhouse climates in the earth’s past leads to a greater understanding of the factors that influence today’s climate. In this fully integrated volume, leading experts in paleoclimatology present cutting edge paleontological, geological, and theoretical research to assess intervals of global warmth. Coverage examines warm climate intervals during the Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic from the same perspectives: oceanic and terrestrial, theoretical and observational. This approach illuminates the differences and, more importantly, the commonalities of warm climate intervals. The book also provides a comprehensive overview of the advantages and limitations of different types of climate models that are currently used, and it discusses major factors that have caused global climatic change across geologic time scales. Central problems that remain unresolved are clearly identified. The book will be of great interest to researchers in paleoclimatology, and it will also be useful as a supplementary text in advanced undergraduate or graduate level courses in paleoclimatology and earth science.

The Road to Middle-Earth


The Road to Middle-Earth


$10.4


The Road to Middle-earth, Tom Shippey’s classic work, now revised in paperback, explores J.R.R. Tolkien’s creativity and the sources of his inspiration. Shippey shows in detail how Tolkien’s professional background led him to write The Hobbit and how he created a timeless charm for millions of readers. Examining the foundation of Tolkien’s most popular work, The Lord of the Rings, Shippey also discusses the contribution of The Silmarillion and Unfinished Tales to Tolkien’s great myth cycle, showing how Tolkien’s more "difficult" books can be fully appreciated. He goes on to examine the remarkable twelve-volume History of Middle-earth, written by Tolkien’s son and literary heir Christopher Tolkien, which traces the creative and technical processes by which Middle-earth evolved.

Earth-Shattering Poems


Earth-Shattering Poems


$3.95


Poetry helps us across the world’s narrow bridges, but when we slip, it helps us not to be afraid. Here is a collection of some of the most intense poems ever written, to guide us, to lead us, to hold on to as we fall. Poems are earth-shattering when, as Emily Dickinson put it, "I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off." Liz Rosenberg has selected poems of passion and yearning, of birth and death that do just that: they hurt, but they also heal. For, over and over, the poets return to love, the mysterious, perhaps limitless feeling that binds us to the earth and may lead us beyond. As Galway Kinnell tells it, "The wages of dying is love." The reward of reading great poetry is a form of love, too, and this collection is a chance to feel that, again and again.

Earth: The Life of a Planet


Earth: The Life of a Planet


$22.34


This unique book presents the Earth’s geographical history as a visual narrative. Each doublepage artwork gives a snapshot from a key time period, plus a short piece of descriptive text to place the scene in context, both visually and historically. The text is short, light in tone and unobtrusive, allowing the reader to absorb the visual information while learning the key facts at a glance. A reference section at the back of the book (6 pages) summarizes all of the scientific information, in the form of a timeline, while the artwork spreads focus on telling this amazing story. Dr Mike Goldsmith’s narrative journey through billions of years is a great picture book, a terrific read and a really enjoyable way to learn more about the fascinating life of our planet.

Andrew Lost on Earth


Andrew Lost on Earth


$3.95


Andrew, Judy, and Thudd have escaped the Big Bang only to find themselves trapped inside the Earth as it forms all around them Meanwhile Uncle Al is stranded in the Ice Age. Somehow Andrew, Judy, and Thudd must fix their time machine and rescue Uncle Al–before he becomes dinner for a sabertooth tiger Kids, parents, and teachers love this series–kids for all its gooey grossness, and teachers and parents for all the fun science and great discussion points "Andrew Lost books are gross and disgusting. That’s why we like them."–"The Washington Post" "One cliff-hanger after another."–"School Library Journal" "At the end of each book are additional pages of interesting facts . . . even when the stories end, the learning never stops."–Kidsreads.com

The Beach: The History of Paradise on Earth


The Beach: The History of Paradise on Earth


$3.95


Turquoise water, pillowy sand, and a warm, salty breeze — today the beach is regarded as the best possible place to restore body and soul. However, this has not always been the case. In other centuries the beach was considered a remote, terrifying wasteland on the margins of civilization. In their entertaining, elegant, and illuminating account, Lena Lencek and Gideon Bosker trace the four-billion-year evolution of the place where land, water, and humans meet. Embedded in the narrative are the histories of sexuality, health, fashion, sport, the rise of the great resorts — St. Tropez, Catalina, Newport, Miami Beach — and the beach tales of Columbus, D-Day troops, and castaways Cook, Melville, and Swinburne. Including a marvelous selection of images evoking the beach’s hypnotic appeal — Impressionist paintings, archival photographs, advertising art, and postcards — and an Appendix of the world’s most beautiful, unspoiled beaches, The Beach will fascinate any reader from Coney

At Home on This Moveable Earth


At Home on This Moveable Earth


$3.95


Whether writing about a boyhood in the Great Depression, the bond between a young man and his family, digging storm cellars and ducking tornadoes, or the dropping of the atomic bomb as experienced by a paperboy in small-town Kansas, Kloefkorn brings a congenial mixture of seriousness and humor to his subjects. Here and there the commonplace lends itself to the not-so-common question: What is the odd relationship between power, terror, and beauty? Why are human beings torn between staying put and moving–in intellectual and spiritual as well as physical terms? And how much of who we are is composed of who we were? Rife with insight, "At Home on This Moveable Earth" is as wonderfully readable as the first two volumes of Kloefkorn’s memoirs, a thoughtful tour of a curious character’s life so far and a model of retrospective introspection.

Earth Elder Stories


Earth Elder Stories


$3.95


Alexander Wolfe is a Saulteaux/Ojibwa storyteller and the keeper of his family’s oral history. These stories belong to his family and include accounts of how the descendents of Pinayzitt, a Saulteaux leader who lived in the Northwest Territories of Canada and the Great Plains of the United States in the 1800s, lived on the land, survived the smallpox and flu epidemics, signed treaties, and were confined to reservations. The stories blend history with legend and prophecy, giving both the equal weight they occupy in Native oral tradition. In their retelling, Wolfe carries out his responsibility of passing on his family’s stories to the next generation, as well as encouraging Natives to record their histories and non-Natives to understand the significance and lessons of these tales. "Earth Elder Stories" was originally published by Fifth House Ltd. in 1988. It has proven an excellent resource for students of Native Studies, history, linguistics, and literature.

Trash Crisis on Earth!


Trash Crisis on Earth!


$3.95


Meet Julian Rodriguez, an extra-terrestrial genius trapped in the body of an eight-year-old human boy. A hilarious, fully illustrated series for young chapter-book readers that’s out of this world Julian Rodriguez is on a mission for the Mothership. He’s been sent to Earth to study human lifeforms and their bizarre habits–from their disgusting diet (orange sticks named carrots, flavorless liquid called water, and the revolting substance known as veggie-dogs) to their repressive treatment of their young (forcing them to carry out menial tasks known as chores, withholding access to the great cultural masterpieces called cartoons). When Julian’s Maternal Unit assigns a hideous task, it’s nearly too much for the hardened space veteran to bear–but he finds his courage at last.

Our Hero: Superman on Earth


Our Hero: Superman on Earth


$21.07


Since his first appearance in "Action Comics" Number One, published in late spring of 1938, Superman has represented the essence of American heroism. "Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound," the Man of Steel has thrilled audiences across the globe, yet as life-long "Superman Guy" Tom De Haven argues in this highly entertaining book, his story is uniquely American. Created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in the midst of the Great Depression, Superman is both a transcendent figure and, when posing as his alter-ego, reporter Clark Kent, a humble working-class citizen. An orphan and an immigrant, he shares a personal history with the many Americans who came to this country in search of a better life, and his amazing feats represent the wildest realization of the American dream. As De Haven reveals through behind-the-scenes vignettes, personal anecdotes, and lively interpretations of more than 70 years of comic books, radio programs, TV shows, and Hollywood films, Superman’s legacy seems, like the Man of Steel himself, to be utterly invincible.

Alexander: The Ends of the Earth


Alexander: The Ends of the Earth


$3.95


All his life, Alexander defied the limits the gods gave mortals. That passion overwhelmed cities and armies…and united a vast empire. Alexander was no longer simply King of Macedonia: The Pan-Hellenic League had named him Supreme Leader. Egypt crowned him Pharaoh. And all Persia acknowledged him as Great King. He was a true heir to Achilles and Hercules, a leader who had guided troops to victory beyond the Nile, the Tigris, and the Euphrates. Now, conquering India would place all of Asia in his hands. But his army reached the limit of its endurance, and the cost of triumph had been high — in blood, betrayal, and tragedy. Alexander lost Barsine, his first beloved; Bucephalus, a steed unequaled; Peritas, his loyal hound; and Hephaestion, the closest companion of his youth. Still he sought the wisdom and might to transform the empire he had claimed into the one of which he dreamed, no longer divided into victors and vanquished, but a unified people under his rule. For Alexander was destined for timeless glory in the domain of heroes and gods — both in his lifetime and in the realm of eternal legend.

On the Rocks: Earth Science for Everyone


On the Rocks: Earth Science for Everyone


$3.95


"A fascinating journey of discovery through the world of modern Earth Science" "How does the Earth differ from other planets in our solar system? What conditions are necessary for life to emerge on a planet? How did oceans form and how did the continents arise? What causes earthquakes and volcanoes?..".In this enthralling excursion through the world of modern Earth Science, Professor John S. Dickey provides answers to these and many other topics of interest to rock hounds, outdoors lovers, and all readers of popular science. In a narrative peppered with anecdotes and profiles of discoverers and their discoveries, he takes us on a fascinating journey through vast stretches of time and space— from deep beneath the Earth’s crust to the fiery hearts of distant galaxies— to explain how the Earth was formed, the movement of continents, earthquakes, volcanoes, minerals and rocks, diamonds and gems, meteorites, and more. An entertaining, highly readable exploration of some of the most intriguing topics in earth science, requiring no background in the earth sciences or higher mathematics Takes an historical, human approach, telling the fascinating stories of the great discoverers in the field and how they made their discoveries JOHN S. DICKEY, PhD (San Antonio, Texas) is Dean of Sciences, Department of Mathematics and Engineering, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Dickey was part of the team at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory that analyzed the first geological samples brought back from the Moon.

The Oxford Companion to the Earth


The Oxford Companion to the Earth


$3.95


Here is a wealth of information on planet Earth, ranging from the heights of the ionsphere down to the red-hot molten core. Written by some 200 expert contributors, and illustrated with over 600 pictures, including 16 pages of color plates, The Oxford Companion to the Earth offers 900 alphabetically arranged entries that cover everything from deserts and wetlands to mountains, caves, glaciers, and coral reefs. There are articles on natural phenomena such as tornadoes and tsunamis, volcanoes and earthquakes, jet streams and weather fronts; on the history of Earth, including the origin of life, Burgess Shale fauna, dinosaurs, and the Ice Ages; on key figures, such as Agassiz, Cuvier, Darwin, and Lamarck; and on such important ecological concerns as acid rain, the ozone layer, industrial waste disposal, and the greenhouse effect. The Companion also examines the great sources of wealth to be found in the Earth, from coal and oil to gold, silver, and diamonds, and many curious land formations, from sinkholes and fiords to yardangs and quicksand. There are brief entries on rock types, from amber to travertine, and extensive essays on cutting-edge aspects of the earth sciences, such as seismology and marine geology. The Companion includes extensive cross-references, suggested further reading, an index, and many useful appendices, with a geological timescale, facts and figures about the Earth, and a table of chemical elements. The Oxford Companion to the Earth is a unique reference work, offering unrivaled coverage of our home planet. Generously illustrated and vividly written, it is a treasure house of information for all lovers of natural history, geology, and ecology, whether professional or amateur.

Anomaly - Warzone Earth


Anomaly – Warzone Earth


$1.19


Anomaly – Warzone Earth Buy Anomaly Warzone Earth now!  You will get the key for the #MANUFACTURER# game via eMail within a few minutes. Download the game FULL speed for free via the Steam network. Steam can be found here.   Video   Screenshots   Product description Anomaly: Warzone Earth is an extraordinary mixture of action and strategy in a reversed tower defense formula. The game tasks you with saving a near-future Earth from an alien onslaught. The invaders have captured world’s major cities, building huge turrets that destroy everything in their path. It’s up to you to lead an armor squad through the streets of cities like Baghdad and Tokyo, planning the route and strategically choosing which units to deploy in order to crush the opposition. Take control of the Commander, whose special abilities and quick thinking will be vital in supporting the squad in its mission, as you engage in fast-paced, tactical battle across story campaign and two heart-pounding Squad Assault Modes.  Features Enjoy innovative game play – mixing action and strategy in a reversed tower defense formula – you’re the attacking side!Play the commander whose special abilities and quick thinking are crucial to support the squad in its quest for victory.Think tactically and strategically, choosing the right squad and the best route for the mission.Extend tactical possibilities by gathering resources to buy new units and upgrade your squad during a battle.Play for hours on end in the engaging story campaign, as well as the two exciting Squad Assault Modes.Immerse yourself in the game with great visuals and atmospheric audio.Supports PC touch screens compatible with Windows 7! Tap the screen and enjoy full tactical experience.  System requirements  PC OS: Windows XP (SP2) / Vista / 7 Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.4 GHz / AMD Athlon 64 +2800 Memory: 1 GB RAM Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 7600 / ATI Radeon X1800 or equivalent DirectX: 9.0c Hard Drive: 1 GB available space Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card Mac OS: OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.3 oder bess …

End of the Earth: Voyaging to Antarctica


End of the Earth: Voyaging to Antarctica


$14.84


Matthiessen has once again lit upon a subject profoundly fitted to his creative genius. He is simply the ultimate lyricist of loss, a writer brilliantly attentive to the way vanishings are braided into even the most exquisite moments of our lives. He agonizes over what is passing away, but does so in a manner that increases our appreciation of what remains. In "End of the Earth," Matthiessen joins the crew of the Akademik-a 384-foot research vessel bound for wild and storied South Georgia Island and Antarctica. Along the way we are treated to a patented Matthiessen brew: lyricism and emotion applied to the sharp-eyed evaluations of a seasoned naturalist. Brilliant and instructive observations of the creatures inhabiting this far-flung region are sprinkled with eloquent disquisition on the history of the region (Shackleton, Captain Cook, the first Antarctic whaling station at Grytviken which processed 25, 60-foot whales a day between 1900 and 1903) the effects of pollution and the resulting global warming that, unchecked, threaten polar meltdown and the exponential obliteration of vast quantities of the world’s land mass. He tells us why the waters off South Georgia are one of the richest whale-feeding grounds of the world, how the wandering albatross-with the greatest wingspan (ll. feet) of any bird on earth-"arching down the sky to vanish behind a wave, curving high again like a white cross," excited cries of wonder from the crew of the Akademik. We learn of the inexplicable king penguin congregation (70,000 strong) in Gold Harbor, how seabirds process saltwater, the habits of every variety of fur seal, walrus petrel and penguin that inhabit the region. And just when you think yourappetite for nature depiction is slaked, an intense hurricane batters the Akademik for two days, injuring virtually everyone on board. Like all great writers Matthiessen is both obsessive and expansive as he converts his travels to the world’s most remote and unforgiving places into opportunities to embrace a host of landscapes and creatures with a boundless curiosity. After 28 books and 75 peripatetic years, his passion for the natural world is undiminished, and "Islands at the End of the Earth," is Matthiessen at the very top of his game.

Geodesy for Planet Earth


Geodesy for Planet Earth


$559


These proceedings include the written version of 130 papers presented at the International Association of Geodesy IAG2009 ‘Geodesy for Planet Earth’ Scientific Assembly. It was held 31 August to 4 September 2009 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The theme ‘Geodesy for Planet Earth’ was selected to follow the International Year of Planet Earth 2007-2009 goals of utilizing the knowledge of the world’s geoscientists to improve society for current and future generations. The International Year started in January 2007 and ran thru 2009 which coincided with the IAG2009 Scientific Assembly, one of the largest and most significant meetings of the Geodesy community held every 4 years. The IAG2009 Scientific Assembly was organized into eight Sessions. Four of the Sessions of IAG2009 were based on the IAG Structure (i.e. one per Commission) and covered Reference Frames, Gravity Field, Earth Rotation and Geodynamics, and Positioning and Applications. Since IAG2009 was taking place in the great Argentine city of Buenos Aires, a Session was devoted to the Geodesy of Latin America. A Session dedicated to the IAG’s Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS), the primary observing system focused on the multidisciplinary research being done in Geodesy that contributes to important societal issues such as monitoring global climate change and the environment. A Session on the IAG Services was also part of the Assembly detailing the important role they play in providing geodetic data, products, and analysis to the scientific community. A final Session devoted to the organizations ION, FIG, and ISPRS and their significant work in navigation and earth observation that complements the IAG.

The Coastlines of the World with Google Earth


The Coastlines of the World with Google Earth


$179


Far away shores, exotic islands or adventurous sea voyages -  coasts are the destination of dreams for millions of people around the globe. Large numbers of people also call coasts their home; in many countries a narrow coastal strip is densely populated making these places vulnerable to marine natural hazards such as storms or tsunamis. The book Coastlines of the World with Google Earth aims to draw people’s attention (within and outside of the science community) towards coastal sciences  and spark interest  for the extraordinary diversity and beauty of coastal environments. The book illustrates the fascinating variety of coastal landscapes using images from Google Earth’s virtual globe that allow us to explore the world and demonstrate knowledge and applications of coastal science in many different fields in an engaging visual tour.The book of Anja and Sander Scheffers and Dieter Kelletat is a true cornucopia for everyone, both scientists and laymen, interested in coastal geomorphology. On the one hand, it documents the enormous significance of Google Earth for coastal science issues and shows how powerful this tool is for visualizing coastal features  and processes. On the other hand, the reader gets a vivid insight in the many varieties of coastal science and its applications. This is especially true with regard to coastal hazards such as extreme events and global sea level rise knowing that the vulnerability of coastal zones has dramatically increased during the past decades. The fact that the book is so attractive and inspiring to both beginners and experts is also due to the huge experience that the authors have gained during their manifold research activities.Andreas Vött, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, GermanyThis book will have great appeal to coastal researchers, at both beginning and advanced stages, because it integrates Google satellite imagery with coastal marine classification and in-depth studies by the authors from many parts of the world. The world’s coastline is well represented in this book which has a truly global perspective of  unique, dramatic and commonplace coastal landforms. The authors in collaboration with the publisher have prepared a very handsome volume that will no doubt become a classic in the fullness of time. This book represents one of the first efforts to utilize Google images in a scientific manner to illustrate the diversity of coastal morphologies on a worldwide basis. The plethora of color satellite images, block diagrams, and oblique photography makes this book a valuable resource for a wide array of specialists that will want to have handy access to this unique work. This coastal compendium is an illustrated tour de force that belongs on researchers’ bookshelves as well as on coffee tables for casual enjoyment.Charles Finkl, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, USA

Cosmic Rays at Earth


Cosmic Rays at Earth


$355


In 1912 Victor Franz Hess made the revolutionary discovery that ionizing radiation is incident upon the Earth from outer space. He showed with ground-based and balloon-borne detectors that the intensity of the radiation did not change significantly between day and night. Consequently, the sun could not be regarded as the sources of this radiation and the question of its origin remained unanswered. Today, almost one hundred years later the question of the origin of the cosmic radiation still remains a mystery.Hess’ discovery has given an enormous impetus to large areas of science, in particular to physics, and has played a major role in the formation of our current understanding of universal evolution. For example, the development of new fields of research such as elementary particle physics, modern astrophysics and cosmology are direct consequences of this discovery. Over the years the field of cosmic ray research has evolved in various directions: Firstly, the field of particle physics that was initiated by the discovery of many so-called elementary particles in the cosmic radiation. There is a strong trend from the accelerator physics community to reenter the field of cosmic ray physics, now under the name of astroparticle physics. Secondly, an important branch of cosmic ray physics that has rapidly evolved in conjunction with space exploration concerns the low energy portion of the cosmic ray spectrum. Thirdly, the branch of research that is concerned with the origin, acceleration and propagation of the cosmic radiation represents a great challenge for astrophysics, astronomy and cosmology. Presently very popular fields of research have rapidly evolved, such as high-energy gamma ray and neutrino astronomy. In addition, high-energy neutrino astronomy may soon initiate as a likely spin-off neutrino tomography of the Earth and thus open a unique new branch of geophysical research of the interior of the Earth. Finally, of considerable interest are the biological and medical aspects of the cosmic radiation because of it ionizing character and the inevitable irradiation to which we are exposed. This book is a reference manual for researchers and students of cosmic ray physics and associated fields and phenomena. It is not intended to be a tutorial. However, the book contains an adequate amount of background materials that its content should be useful to a broad community of scientists and professionals. The present book contains chiefly a data collection in compact form that covers the cosmic radiation in the vicinity of the Earth, in the Earth’s atmosphere, at sea level and underground. Included are predominantly experimental but also theoretical data. In addition the book contains related data, definitions and important relations. The aim of this book is to offer the reader in a single volume a readily available comprehensive set of data that will save him the need of frequent time consuming literature searches.

Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth


Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth


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Buckminster Fuller (1895a "1983) was an architect, engineer, geometrician, cartographer, philosopher, futurist, inventor of the famous geodesic dome, and one of the most brilliant thinkers of his time. For more than five decades, he set forth his comprehensive perspective on the worlda (TM)s problems in numerous essays, which offer an illuminating insight into the intellectual universe of this renaissance man. These texts remain surprisingly topical even today, decades after their initial publication. While Fuller wrote the works in the 1960a (TM)s and 1970a (TM)s, they could not be more timely: like desperately needed time-capsules of wisdom for the critical moment he foresaw, and in which we find ourselves. Long out of print, they are now being published again, together with commentary by Jaime Snyder, the grandson of Buckminster Fuller. Designed for a new generation of readers, Snyder prepared these editions with supplementary material providing background on the texts, factual updates, and interpretation of his visionary ideas. Initially published in 1969, and one of Fullera (TM)s most popular works, Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth is a brilliant synthesis of his world view. In this very accessible volume, Fuller investigates the great challenges facing humanity, and the principles for avoiding extinction and a oeexercising our option to make it.a How will humanity survive? How does automation influence individualization? How can we utilize our resources more effectively to realize our potential to end poverty in this generation? He questions the concept of specialization, calls for a design revolution of innovation, and offers advice on how to guide a oespaceship eartha toward a sustainable future. And it Came to Pass a " Not to Stay brings together Buckminster Fullera (TM)s lyrical and philosophical best, including seven a oeessaysa in a form he called his a oeventilated prosea, and as always addressing the current global crisis and his predictions for the future. These essays, including a oeHow Little I Knowa, a oeWhat I am Trying to Doa oe, a oeSoft Revolutiona, and a oeEthicsa, put the task of ushering in a new era of humanity in the context of a oealways starting with the universe.a In rare form, Fuller elegantly weaves the personal, the playful, the simple, and the profound. Utopia or Oblivion is a provocative blueprint for the future. This comprehensive volume is composed of essays derived from the lectures he gave all over the world during the 1960a (TM)s. Fullera (TM)s thesis is that humanity a " for the first time in its history a " has the opportunity to create a world where the needs of 100% of humanity are met. This is Fuller in his prime, relaying his urgent message for earthiansa (TM) critical moment and presenting pioneering solutions which reflect his commitment to the potential of innovative design to create technology that does a oemore with lessa and thereby improves human lives . .

Earth


Earth


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Young readers will wonder at the immensity and diversity of the planets in this new Pebble Plus series on the galaxy. Each book provides information on the unique characteristics of the planet, its relationship to the Sun and the Earth, and what it would be like to live on that planet if life were possible. Pebble Plus offers the same high-quality nonfiction topics and low reading levels as Pebble Books in an enlarged, graphically enhanced format. This series explores and supports the standard "The Physical Setting: The Universe," as required by Benchmarks for Science Literacy: Project 2061.

On Earth


On Earth


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Climb aboard a giant spaceship . . . the Earth In glorious art, G. Brian Karas illuminates our Earth and its cycles and does a brilliant job of making the concepts of rotation and revolution understandable. As you travel, watch shadows disappear into night, and feel the sun on your face as winter turns into spring. All these amazing things happen because the Earth is constantly in motion, spinning and circling, gliding and tilting. As passengers of the Earth, our voyage never ends

The Earth


The Earth


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Buy The Earth by Valeria Manferto in Hardcover – Revised Ed. for the low price of 6.95. Find this product in Photography > Subjects & Themes – Aerial.

Not of this Earth


Not of this Earth


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Not of this Earth Premium Photographic Print by Trey Ratcliff. Product size approximately 16 x 16 inches. Available at Art.com. Embrace your Space – your source for high quality fine art posters and prints.

Not of This Earth


Not of This Earth


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 Caught Up in the Clouds (Air) Does Not Mean We Are Raptured to Heaven


Caught Up in the Clouds (Air) Does Not Mean We Are Raptured to Heaven


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 Caught Up in the Clouds (Air) Does Not Mean We Are Raptured to Heaven


Caught Up in the Clouds (Air) Does Not Mean We Are Raptured to Heaven


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 Caught Up in the Clouds (Air) Does Not Mean We Are Raptured to Heaven


Caught Up in the Clouds (Air) Does Not Mean We Are Raptured to Heaven


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 Caught Up in the Clouds (Air) Does Not Mean We Are Raptured to Heaven


Caught Up in the Clouds (Air) Does Not Mean We Are Raptured to Heaven


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 Caught Up in the Clouds (Air) Does Not Mean We Are Raptured to Heaven


Caught Up in the Clouds (Air) Does Not Mean We Are Raptured to Heaven


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 Doctor Who, World game


Doctor Who, World game


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Used – The Doctor has been captured and put on trial by his own people, accused of their greatest crime: interfering with the affairs of other peoples and planets. He is sentenced to exile on Earth. That much is history. But now the truth can be told – the Doctor did not go straight into exile. First the Time Lords have a task for him. From the trenches of the Great War to the terrors of the French Revolution, the Doctor finds himself on a mission he does not want with a companion he does not li

 Doctor Who, World game


Doctor Who, World game


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 Doctor Who, World game


Doctor Who, World game


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New – The Doctor has been captured and put on trial by his own people, accused of their greatest crime: interfering with the affairs of other peoples and planets. He is sentenced to exile on Earth. That much is history. But now the truth can be told – the Doctor did not go straight into exile. First the Time Lords have a task for him. From the trenches of the Great War to the terrors of the French Revolution, the Doctor finds himself on a mission he does not want with a companion he does not lik

 Doctor Who, World game


Doctor Who, World game


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 I Live by Faith in the Son of God (Galatians 2v20): Children Bible Stories (Volume 1)


I Live by Faith in the Son of God (Galatians 2v20): Children Bible Stories (Volume 1)


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Used – “I live by faith in the son of God” Galatians 2v20 Children Bible Stories Volume 1 Open the pages of this book and you will experience a great adventure. The Creation…… How God created our beautiful earth. Adam and Eve…… Read how sin came to the earth. Cain and Abel…… The story of two brothers and how one brother out of jealousy committed murder. Noah and the Ark…… The flood and the sign of a rainbow in the sky which is a covenant between man and every creature of the eart

 I Live by Faith in the Son of God (Galatians 2v20): Children Bible Stories (Volume 1)


I Live by Faith in the Son of God (Galatians 2v20): Children Bible Stories (Volume 1)


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Used – “I live by faith in the son of God” Galatians 2v20 Children Bible Stories Volume 1 Open the pages of this book and you will experience a great adventure. The Creation…… How God created our beautiful earth. Adam and Eve…… Read how sin came to the earth. Cain and Abel…… The story of two brothers and how one brother out of jealousy committed murder. Noah and the Ark…… The flood and the sign of a rainbow in the sky which is a covenant between man and every creature of the eart

 I Live by Faith in the Son of God (Galatians 2v20): Children Bible Stories (Volume 1)


I Live by Faith in the Son of God (Galatians 2v20): Children Bible Stories (Volume 1)


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New – “I live by faith in the son of God” Galatians 2v20 Children Bible Stories Volume 1 Open the pages of this book and you will experience a great adventure. The Creation…… How God created our beautiful earth. Adam and Eve…… Read how sin came to the earth. Cain and Abel…… The story of two brothers and how one brother out of jealousy committed murder. Noah and the Ark…… The flood and the sign of a rainbow in the sky which is a covenant between man and every creature of the earth

 I Live by Faith in the Son of God (Galatians 2v20): Children Bible Stories (Volume 1)


I Live by Faith in the Son of God (Galatians 2v20): Children Bible Stories (Volume 1)


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New – “I live by faith in the son of God” Galatians 2v20 Children Bible Stories Volume 1 Open the pages of this book and you will experience a great adventure. The Creation…… How God created our beautiful earth. Adam and Eve…… Read how sin came to the earth. Cain and Abel…… The story of two brothers and how one brother out of jealousy committed murder. Noah and the Ark…… The flood and the sign of a rainbow in the sky which is a covenant between man and every creature of the earth

 I live by faith in the son of God (Galatians 2V20)


I live by faith in the son of God (Galatians 2V20)


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“I live by faith in the son of God”Galatians 2v20Children Bible StoriesVolume 1Open the pages of this book and you will experience a great adventure.The Creation……How God created our beautiful earth.Adam and Eve……Read how sin came to the earth.Cain and Abel……The story of two brothers and how one brother out of jealousy committed murder.Noah and the Ark……The flood and the sign of a rainbow in the sky which is a covenant between man and every creature of the earth that never again will all life be cut off by a blood.

 I live by faith in the son of God (Galatians 2V20)


I live by faith in the son of God (Galatians 2V20)


$3.99


“I live by faith in the son of God”Galatians 2v20Children Bible StoriesVolume 1Open the pages of this book and you will experience a great adventure.The Creation……How God created our beautiful earth.Adam and Eve……Read how sin came to the earth.Cain and Abel……The story of two brothers and how one brother out of jealousy committed murder.Noah and the Ark……The flood and the sign of a rainbow in the sky which is a covenant between man and every creature of the earth that never again will all life be cut off by a blood.

 It Was a Wonderful Life


It Was a Wonderful Life


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Used – “”It was a Wonderful Life” is a labor of love and passion. It takes great courage to create such work.” –Kelly Stewart, daughter of Jimmy Stewart Years have passed and George Bailey is being sent back to earth to earn his wings while rediscovering the town of Bedford Falls. While seeking old friends, George Bailey discovers he has a secret to unlock that will release Zuzu from her pain. Be prepared for a journey into old friendships, new beginnings and great surprises that will leave you

 It Was a Wonderful Life


It Was a Wonderful Life


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 It Was a Wonderful Life


It Was a Wonderful Life


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 It Was a Wonderful Life


It Was a Wonderful Life


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Used – “”It was a Wonderful Life” is a labor of love and passion. It takes great courage to create such work.” –Kelly Stewart, daughter of Jimmy Stewart Years have passed and George Bailey is being sent back to earth to earn his wings while rediscovering the town of Bedford Falls. While seeking old friends, George Bailey discovers he has a secret to unlock that will release Zuzu from her pain. Be prepared for a journey into old friendships, new beginnings and great surprises that will leave you

 It Was a Wonderful Life


It Was a Wonderful Life


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