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It's a Hop, Skip, and Jump for Fitness and for Fun!
An intriguing, motivated book explores skipping rope—its history, its health benefits and the good ol’ ditties we used to sing! Grab a rope, or just skip in place; jump with joy in your heart and bring enthusiasm to your life. Restore your self-confidence, encourage the inner you as you gain strength and endurance, and even shed a few pounds for a healthier lifestyle. Start jumping now! Get all your friends involved—Mom and Dad, brother and sister, even Grandpa and Grandma. Step up to the challenge and fun for a new beginning to a new you and have a wonderful time doing it! To all the little children in our lives that bring us the touch of joy through their interaction and enthusiasm—may they carry forward this joy to all those that are willing to share with them. Two little eyes to look to God, two little ears to hear His word, Two little feet to walk in His ways, two little lips to sing His praise. Two little hands to do His will, and one little heart to love Him still. May we keep skipping uphill!
Published by WestBow Press on 07/18/2013
Book details: 110 pages.

Geographical Gazetteer of Jefferson County, N.Y. 1684-1890
Published on 07/21/1890
Book details: 110 pages.

American Aberdeen-Angus Herd Book
Published on 07/21/2019
Book details: 110 pages.

North American Pinot Noir
This comprehensive reference guide to Pinot Noir wine in North America includes historical and viticultural background and profiles of six dozen prominent producers in California, Oregon, British Columbia, New York, and elsewhere.
Published by Univ of California Press on 09/14/2004
Book details: 445 pages.

The Garneau Block
A local phenomenon goes national! This sparkling novel has the warmth and wide appeal of Stuart McLean’s Vinyl Cafe and the wit of Will Ferguson. What Alexander McCall Smith did with 44 Scotland Street, Todd Babiak does with The Garneau Block. This addictive and charming, laugh-out-loud funny novel enchanted readers when it was serialized in the Edmonton Journal in the fall of 2005 — and now, The Garneau Block makes its national debut. The Garneau Block follows the knowable citizens of the adored and hated city of Edmonton, capturing what we connect to in local stories and what is universal about modern life. Here, in what can only be described as a storytelling tour-de-force, we meet the warm, endearing, and delightfully flawed residents of a fictional cul-de-sac in the city’s Garneau neighbourhood just after the scandalous death of a neighbour and the sudden news that their land is about to be repossessed by the university. When mysterious signs begin to appear duct-taped to trees saying only LET’S FIX IT, the block — including a sacked university professor, a once-ambitious, knocked-up haiku expert living in her parents’ basement, an aging actor whose dreams are slipping away, and a quiet but polite stranger — is galvanized to band together in a wild attempt to save their homes. And when regular people put their dreams in motion, anything can happen — namely, political machinations, personal revelations, a public uproar, and unforeseen love. From a young author whose name will soon be on everyone’s lips come the most lovable Canadian characters since Dave and Morley, and a page-turning-good story. Readers nationwide won’t be able to get enough of The Garneau Block. For the next while, David talked about the merits of joining the PC party. Why fight it, really? No political organization is perfect, of course, but by giving your support to the Liberals or the New Democrats, what are you doing? Further dooming the City of Edmonton. Further empowering Calgary and the rural caucus. “Nonsense, David,” said Abby. “That’s the sort of talk that leads to tyranny, and we’ve had plenty enough of it in this province.” “Tyranny she says! Tyranny!” David took a few steps in Tammy’s direction, so they formed a political triangle. “No wonder the left is so flabby.” –From The Garneau Block From the Hardcover edition.
Author: Todd Babiak
Published by Emblem Editions on 02/24/2009
Book details: 424 pages.

The Secular Northwest
The image of a rough frontier – where working men were tempted away from church on Sundays by more profane concerns – was perpetuated by postwar religious leaders troubled by the decline in church involvement. Tina Block debunks the myth of a godless frontier, revealing a Pacific Northwest that rejected organized religion – but not necessarily God. Not just working men but also women, families, and middle-class communities helped to shape the region’s secular identity. Drawing on oral histories, census data, newspapers, and archival sources, Block launches this exploration of Northwest secularity and the independent spirit of those who chose to live irreligiously.
Author: Tina Block
Published by UBC Press on 05/01/2016
Book details: 244 pages.

The Giant Hero in Medieval Literature
In The Giant Hero in Medieval Literature, Tina Boyer offers an analysis of giants as antagonists and heroes in medieval European epics and romances.
Published by BRILL on 05/17/2016
Book details: 274 pages.

My Love Story
Tina Turner—the long-reigning queen of rock & roll and living legend—sets the record straight about her illustrious career and complicated personal life in this eye-opening and compelling memoir. From her early years in Nutbush, Tennessee to her rise to fame alongside Ike Turner to her phenomenal success in the 1980s and beyond, Tina candidly examines her personal history, from her darkest hours to her happiest moments and everything in between. My Love Story is an explosive and inspiring story of a woman who dared to break any barriers put in her way. Emphatically showcasing Tina’s signature blend of strength, energy, heart, and soul, this is a gorgeously wrought memoir as enthralling and moving as any of her greatest hits.
Author: Tina Turner
Published by Simon and Schuster on 10/16/2018
Book details: 272 pages.

The final book of the Bible, Revelation prophesies the ultimate judgement of mankind in a series of allegorical visions, grisly images and numerological predictions. According to these, empires will fall, the "Beast" will be destroyed and Christ will rule a new Jerusalem. With an introduction by Will Self.
Published by Canongate Books on 01/01/1999
Book details: 64 pages.

Real Estate Record and Builders' Guide
Published on 07/21/1895
Book details: 64 pages.
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