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The Baby Trivia Game
The first gift to open at a shower, this game will amuse and challenge guests as they test their baby saavy. It features 52 fun questions, ranging from the name of the first baby born in America (Oceanus Hopkins) to the average number of diapers used by one baby (7,500). A great icebreaker that will get any baby shower off to a fast, fun start.

Meal Prep
Would you like to eat delicious meals and still lose weight with each meal you eat? Are you tired of spending so much time in the kitchen from day to day?Would you want to save time and more money to attend to other things?If

The Non-GMO Cookbook
From the heart of the Non-GMO movement comes a collection of recipes and advice for healthy living. Here in the United States, unlabeled GMOs (genetically modified organisms) contaminate as much as 80 percent of the packaged food supply. These novel organisms have never undergone long-term human safety tests, and are labeled or banned in more than sixty countries around the world. The Non-GMO Cookbook is an invaluable resource for the growing number of Americans who are looking to opt out of the GMO experiment. For this unique cookbook, Megan Westgate and Courtney Pineau of the Non-GMO Project collected a delicious assortment of treasured recipes from friends and allies in the non-GMO community. From classic favorites to bold innovations, you'll find simple recipes for every meal and occasion. Complete with tips for non-GMO shopping, and featuring lots of gluten-free, dairy-free, and allergy-friendly selections, The Non-GMO Cookbook is your complete guide to safe, healthy, non-GMO living.

Candy Making for Kids
Candy Making for Kids is a creative and fun book full of easy-to-follow candy recipes for kids. From traditional favorites such as toffee and fudge to whimsical creations such as candy caterpillars and candy play-dough, kids of all age

Protein Powder Cooking. Beyond the Shake
Popular in high-protein diets, protein powder increases metabolism, builds muscle, and helps weight lossProtein powder is widely available in retail and big box stores nationwideFeatures 200 unique recipes, including gluten-free, v

The Non-GMO Cookbook
From the heart of the Non-GMO movement comes a collection of recipes and advice for healthy living. Here in the United States, unlabeled GMOs (genetically modified organisms) contaminate as much as 80 percent of the packaged food supply. These nov

Mindfulness for PMS, Hangovers, and Other Real-World Situations
Those people looking effortlessly relaxed in the yoga studio? They are so not you. Your life barely allows for quiet, let alone meditation. You have a commute that takes longer every year, you cook dinner for a family that doesn't appreciate it, a

Protein Powder Cooking. Beyond the Shake
DITCH BORING SHAKES FOR QUICK AND HEARTY PROTEIN-PACKED BAKED TREATS THAT BOOST METABOLISM AND BUILD MUSCLEThe 200 quick-and-easy recipes in this book provide a clever and delicious way to supercharge your diet with protein-packed meals, snacks and desserts. Unleashing the amazing benefits of protein powder to increase energy, build muscle and boost weight loss, the recipes draw on a variety of proteins and powder flavors for tasty items such as: Sweet Potato Pancakes Peaches and Cream Smoothie Chocolate Banana Nut Bread Baked Buttery Dumplings Bacon and Shallot Rolls Quick Homemade Tomato Sauce Caramel Raisin Bread Pudding Fig Walnut Coffee Cake

Glory in the Ordinary
Folding laundry. Weeding the garden. Cooking dinner. Changing diapers. Work in the home can seem so ordinary. Does any of it matter? Is there meaning in our most mundane moments at home?When the work of the home fills our days, it

Everyday Fancy
The number-one prime-time summer program on FOX, MasterChef, is a nationwide competition to find the best home cook in the country. The judges are some of cooking's biggest stars-award-winning chef Gordon Ramsay, restaurateur and winemake

Harvest Moon
Rising sous-chef Kelly Matlock's sudden collapse at work is a wake-up call. Disillusioned and burned out, she's retreated to her sister Jillian's house in Virgin River to rest and reevaluate. Puttering in Jill's garden and cooking with her heirloom vegetables is wonderful, but Virgin River is a far cry from San Francisco. Kelly's starting to feel a little too unmotivated until she meets Lief Holbrook. The handsome widower looks more like a lumberjack than a sophisticated screenwriter-a combination Kelly finds irresistible. But less appealing is Lief's rebellious stepdaughter, Courtney. She's the reason they moved from L.A, but Courtney's finding plenty of trouble even in Virgin River. Kelly's never fallen for a guy with such serious baggage, but some things are worth fighting for. Besides, a bratty teenager can't be any worse than a histrionic chef right?

LARB Digital Edition: The Year in Fiction
The reviews selected for this month's Digital Edition, Foreign Lands, Invisible Cities," are a sampler of the places we readers of fiction visited this year. From the flood-prone hills of Haiti to the common courtyards of Queens, New York, fiction reminds us that everywhere we go we find humans who love and lust and scheme and hope. Some of the reviews mix personal history with criticism: Lisa Locascio describes her own fascination with Mormonism in terms of Ryan McIlvain's Elders, while Courtney Cook lets her love for Jane Gardam shine in her aptly-titled essay, Go Read Jane Gardam." For a dash of digital-age, we include Susanna Luthi's sharp take on The Circle, Dave Eggers's dystopian novel that tackles big data collection, surveillance, and transparency. It isn't the stories alone that transport us: imagery and rhythm, form and tone all work together to take us elsewhere. This is evident in Edwidge Danticat's Claire of the Sea Light," reviewed by Rita Williams. And discussed in both Nathan Deuel's review of Lucy Corin's One Hundred and One Apocalypses" and Katie Ryder's essay on Renata Adler, whose 1976 Speedboat" was republished this year by NYRoB. Some travel to see the great landmarks, others to meet and mingle with the natives. Michael LaPointe's gorgeous review of Javier Marias's The Infatuations" takes us deep into the sorrows and desires of Marias's characters. And we round out the issue with Greg Cwik's Donna Tartt's New Anti-Epic," a review of both the writer and her latest novel, The Goldfinch. No doubt we'll remember Tartt's warm and seedy characters long after the twists and turns of the plot are forgotten and then, as with all dear and distant friends, consider visiting them again.

The Grunt
Staff Sergeant Brett Black has a bad feeling that something is going to go terribly wrong. And as a Recon Marine, he pays attention to his gut. Only nothing can prepare him for what he encounters when he arrives at home from the base. His wife is leaving him, and there is nothing he can do about it. Abandoned with a kid, the super alpha-male has to become domesticated quickly or find a willing substitute to help him with his son. Only the substitute he finds is no substitution. Courtney Lawless is a true wild card. The budding librarian loves the classics and carries herself like a lady by day. But she also is full of life and surfs the waves of the Atlantic Ocean by night. Since her parents won't pay for college because of bad decisions in her past, the reformed bad-girl takes a job as Brett's live-in nanny to finish paying for school. Brett has never seen a woman of such complex duality. Used to a wife who won't clean, cook or even talk to him, when he starts to live with Courtney, he realizes what he's been missing his entire life. Educated, amazing and refreshingly honest, the only thing that that this transparent beauty hides from her new boss is that she's also the Lieutenant Colonel's daughter. Faced with another deployment to Afghanistan soon, the brooding Marine is forced to come out his shell to fight for what he loves, only this time, the war is at home. Enjoy the interracial must-read romance of the summer, The Grunt, the third and longest book in Latrivia S. Nelson's Lonely Heart Series. www.
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