For those foolish enough to have read "The Name of this Book is Secret" and too foolhardy to have turned away from "If You're Reading This, It's Too Late", the third book in the series is best avoided. This book contains none of the following: A cursed Aztec artefact, an evil and deranged chef, a secret jungle lair inhabited by cocoa-crazed monkeys, the most dangerous chocolate ever created. Never visit www.keepthesecret.co.uk if you know what's good for you. "What child could resist it? A deliciously dark and chocolatey book full of big chunks of crazy humour and a cast of mouth-watering characters... "This Book is Not Good for You" is actually very good for you...the teasing, topsy-turvy world created by the scrumptious Mr Bosch is guaranteed to have you laughing all the way to the next instalment." - Lancashire Evening Post
... DETERMINE WHETHER OR NOT YOU ARE A SUPERTASTER, TRY THE TEST IN THE APPENDIX OF THIS BOOK.] For as long as she remembered she'd been able to detect subtle differences in flavours. Was the honey made from orange blossoms or clover?
Author: Pseudonymous Bosch
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Category: Juvenile Fiction
This Fifth Edition of the underground classic This Book Is Not Required: An Emotional and Intellectual Survival Manual for Students, by Inge Bell, Bernard McCrane, John Gunderson, and Teri Anderson, breaks new ground in participatory education, offering insight and inspiration to help undergraduates make the most of their college years. This edition continues to teach about the college experience as a whole—looking at the personal, social, intellectual, technological, and spiritual demands and opportunities—while incorporating new material highly relevant to today’s students. The material is presented in a personable and straightforward manner, maintaining Dr. Inge Bell’s illuminating writing style throughout, and inviting students to take responsibility for, and make the most of, their educational experiences.
Ultimately, whether or not you decide to go to grad school, it will work out. In a department meeting, someone once said the average person changes careers seven times in a lifetime. Seven times! So, the next time you hear someone (or ...
Author: Inge Bell
Category: Business & Economics
Find out how to create a unique story with memorable characters.
This book is not for sale on Google Play Susan Palmquist. synopsis and the first 2500 words. Many of my now published stories got their start this way. Number Two This one depends on whether or not you're a writer who likes to pen the ...
Author: Susan Palmquist
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Does science prove God's existence or provide more reasons to doubt? Does God truly exist? That is the age-old seemingly unanswerable question. But what if there was an answer? What if the answer has been staring us right in the face for centuries, but we've been too busy missing the forest for the trees? This book invites you to take a step back and look at the broader picture. It offers anecdotes, observations and, most importantly, scientific evidence of the universal, all-encompassing, culture-transcending purpose that connects us all. In that purpose, we find many paths to a knowledge that has eluded humankind for as long as we have had the ability to wonder: proof that God does indeed exist. We find this knowledge in the stars, in the nature of time, in the laws of physics, in our own bodies, and in equations as complex as advanced calculus and unconditional love. It's just a matter of knowing where (and how) to look. In a centuries-old debate that has always placed science in an adversarial role with faith, this book brings the two camps together, using logic and reason to prove the existence of God. For the atheist, these pages eschew scriptural references in favor of evolutionary, philosophical, cultural, and natural evidence. For the believer, this book enhances your faith with affirmative arguments steeped in mathematics, particle physics, and a host of other scientific and real-world observations. And for anyone who has ever looked up at the sky and wondered what might lie beyond, this book provides a clear, compelling, life-affirming answer. "Desire is the starting point of all achievement, not a hope, not a wish, but a keen pulsating desire which transcends everything." "" Napoleon Hill "As a secularist and humanist who doesn't share the same conclusions, I was surprised with what an enjoyable read this is. This is the strongest summary to date that I've seen for the Theist position." "" Jeremy Runnells, author of the CES Letter "Written through a Euro-centric philosophical and western science lens, one has the opportunity to consider not only the argument for and against the belief in a God, but to contemplate a middle ground where the dualities of such sit squarely within the most important part of the equation- the one who asks the question. This book is a worthwhile read, particularly for those seeking to dive more deeply into the self." "" Jonathan Webb, Dr. of Theology
Now before we start making the assumption that I'm saying that consciousness exists outside the physical body, let me stop you. That's not what I'm saying. I don't intend to get back into the discussion of the nature of consciousness; ...
Author: Craig Radford
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
For fans of Eckhart Tolle—a guide to mastering self-awareness through direct experience rather than old presumptions or harmful thought patterns Through decades of martial arts and meditation practice, Peter Ralston discovered a curious and paradoxical fact: that true awareness arises from a state of not-knowing. Even the most sincere investigation of self and spirit, he says, is often sabotaged by our tendency to grab too quickly for answers and ideas as we retreat to the safety of the known. This "Hitchhiker’s Guide to Awareness" provides helpful guideposts along an experiential journey for those Western minds predisposed to wandering off to old habits, cherished presumptions, and a stubbornly solid sense of self. With ease and clarity, Ralston teaches readers how to become aware of the background patterns that they are usually too busy, stressed, or distracted to notice. The Book of Not Knowing points out the ways people get stuck in their lives and offers readers a way to make fresh choices about every aspect of their lives—from a place of awareness instead of autopilot.
14:58 Contemplate to be conscious of the one you are being in particular, not what it is to be human in general, or even what it is simply to “be," but what it is like to be you. Do it in such a way that this unformed entity can ...
Author: Peter Ralston
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
A humorously self-deprecating memoir; This book is a rollercoaster through the ADHD mind of a father trying to time-capsule his brain before a drunk t-bones him off the Hoan Bridge.
The reviews of this book (if I can find anyone willing to review it) will probably be hilariously mean. You may feel stupider for having read it to completion. But that doesn't mean this book shouldn't exist. If ABSOLUTELY NO ONE finds ...
Author: John Marszalkowski
As Zimbabwe emerges into independence, Tambudzai Sigauke embarks on her second year at the Young Ladies' College of the Sacred Heart. Determined to excel, Tambu exhausts herself with her efforts to climb to the top of the school's honour rolls. The further she pushes herself, however, the farther she feels from any reward; and the roots of colonialism threaten to trip her at every step. The sequel to Nervous Conditions is as moving, darkly witty, and riveting as its predecessor.
It is as if I have taught you nothing, because you have simply wasted it!' Babamukuru had not minded all his sacrifice and suffering as long as I behaved myself. His suffering had simply made him tenacious. Now, however, given the new ...
Author: Tsitsi Dangarembga
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Jerry the mouse eats his way through the book, despite Tom's efforts to convince him and the readers that this book is not made of cheese.
Benjamin Bird. Didn't you read the title, Jerry? This is a book . . . NOT cheese! capstonepub.com PICTURE WINDOW BOOKS.
Author: Benjamin Bird
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Our planet is in peril and needs your help! If you want to learn to reduce waste and save the Earth, here are practical tips and projects that make a difference! Do you worry about the world's waste? The bad news is, humans throw away too much trash. But the good news is, there are lots of easy ways you can get involved and make a difference! From ditching straws and banning glitter to hosting a plastic-free birthday party, helping to save the planet is not as difficult as you think. So, take control of your future! Become an eco-warrior instead of an eco-worrier and do your part to save the world from GARBAGE! Concerned about climate change? Don't miss This Book Will (Help) Cool the Climate: 50 Ways to Cut Pollution, Speak Up, and Protect the Planet.
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Author: Isabel Thomas
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
A practical introduction to what a magazine writer does. The book explores the best magazines for beginning writers, how to get ideas, finding the time to write, setting goals, how to defeat writer's block, and more. The author gives you examples of effective magazine articles, covers the basics of grammar and style, and provides "Jumpstart" exercises to get a writer going.
You can also use page-a-day calendars; these are good because you see your projects only one day at a time. ... For Tax Purposes This book is not designed to give you all the information you need to file taxes as a freelance writer.
Author: Cheryl Sloan Wray
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities Social
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines