Simply Bears

Author: Amira Rain
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781514671122
Format: PDF
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This unique package features some of the best selling authors from the world of Paranormal Romance. Top names such as Amira Rain, Amy Star and more have collaborated to bring you a HUGE dose of furry shape shifting goodness. The perfect blend of love, sex and adventure involving curvy, cute heroines and their loveable Werebear lovers. Within this set you will find multiple bestselling books including books that have previously been number one hits. Each book can be read standalone and none will leave you hanging! This is your chance to own them all! The 10 Incredible Books included in this collection are: 1 The Bear In Me - Amy Star 2 Bear In The City - Amira Rain 3 The PlayBear Billionaire - Maria Amor 4 The Bear's Mate - Rosa Foxxe 5 Taken By The Bears - JJ Jones 6 The Bears Baby - Jade White 7 The Bears Shared Bride - Amy Star 8 Her Bear In Mind - Maria Amor 9 The Bears Princess - Ellie Valentina 10 Sold To The Bears - Amira Rain

Simply Meditation

Author: Lynne Lauren
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781402754562
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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In this hectic world, we all need a moment to calm and re-center our minds and bodies. Meditation provides a natural way to do just that, and to open ourselves to the positive influences that surround us each day. This newest entry in the successful Simply(R)series takes beginners through the various steps of meditation, from choosing a location and focusing your mind to the various mediation methods, symbols, and psychic and religious connections. Many of the meditations are quick and easy, and some can even be done on the go. Beautiful illustrations and tip boxes throughout guide readers down the serene path as they de-stress and balance the flow of the mind.

Not Simply Bad

Author: B. W. Van Riper
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1491848111
Format: PDF
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You don't know bad until you know JB. And you won't begin to understand JB until you consider the genre. He was and they are anomalies and anachronisms: warped types out of dark times. JB and guys like him are ghoulish in their perversion. They're flagrant in their violence, cabalistic in their psychopathic nature, and, dangerous in their psychological indifference. OK, it's fiction, but there's a lot of truth to it. So, it's the truth; it's just not the whole truth. So, is this a tale or a study? Is it opinion or research? And, will any of those questions matter when considering the elements and essence of the issues? -Maybe . . . We may know something about what contributes to virulent antisocial behavior but we don't know enough about it to forestall it. Maybe we will. Maybe not. But what do we do about it in the meantime? That's the burning question. Because they're perverse, we might justly call them miscreants or brutes or degenerates. Those terms are almost euphemistic, though, when applied to the diabolic guys referred to here. They're not just barbaric; they're deadly. -So they're not just real bad. The designation for these guys is one we reserve for the worst kind of criminal there is ... a somebody not simply bad/but sinister. These are guys who commit uncommonly vile acts, some too gross to describe. And sadistic is too good a word to characterize the worst of their crimes, iniquitous too mild, obscene too vague. That's your bête noire: vulgar, vicious, villainous and virulent in the end, to the end-- an end noxious/toxic/lethal. You can't feel sorry for this guy or his genre. But they like it when you do. Your mercy on top of their madness makes their day. They glory in the novelty and incomprehensibility of it. Because they see the beautiful irony in it-- After your review of this abstract: Maybe you'll think I've been too harsh. Maybe you'll think I've been too blunt. Maybe you'll think I've been too vindictive. Maybe you'll think I've got issues. Maybe this, maybe that. And, maybe you'll just be thinking about reading this harrying treatise. If so . . . Get ready for the ride. It'll be bumpy. So hang on

Simply the Best

Author: Mike Johnston
Publisher: Heritage House Publishing Co
ISBN: 9781894974370
Format: PDF, Docs
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Simply the Best delivers rare insights on success straight from the hearts and minds of Stanley Cup winning coaches Scotty Bowman, Mark Crawford, Jacques Demers, Ken Hitchcock, and Mike Keenan. The book also features NHL and Olympic coaches Clare Drake, Dave King, George Kingston, Andy Murray, Roger Neilson, Pat Quinn, and Brian Sutter. Recognized as the greatest coaches in the game, these 'elite 12' openly discuss in their own words strategies that have made them successful. Coaching wisdom, as never before published, flows from the pages of this remarkable book.These world-renowned hockey visionaries take readers into the players' dressing room and onto the ice and explain what it takes to be a champion at hockey. But, as readers will see, these mastered principles of coaching success are also relevant 'off-ice' so that people in all walks of life, from managers to moms, can win their own Stanley Cups. The 12 coaches in Simply the Best have spent a lifetime in the pursuit of understanding how to win. Now so will you!

How to Do The Three Bears with Two Hands

Author: Walter Minkel
Publisher: American Library Association
ISBN: 9780838907566
Format: PDF, ePub
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A guide to staging puppet shows in libraries provides advice on creating character voices and actions, writing scripts and adaptations of childrens' stories, and building puppet stages for children and the community.

Ice Bear

Author: Steven Kazlowski
Publisher: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 1594854866
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This title presents a collection of photographs by acclaimed 'polar bear photographer' Steven Kazlowski. Featuring mostly never-before-published images, this simple yet evocative book explores the polar bear's Arctic home and life cycle.

Average People Extraordinary Trail Volume I The Appalachian Trail

Author: Mark Allen
Publisher: eBookIt.com
ISBN: 1456603485
Format: PDF
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Average People, Extraordinary Trail is written for anyone that has an interest in the Appalachian Trail (A.T.), or hiking in general. You don't have to be an experienced hiker, or professional outdoorsman, to enjoy a day, or a year, on the A.T. Enjoy a "desk hike" while reading the author's daily journal entries from his 2009 A.T. thru-hike. Prepare for your own hike, or just learn a little about the Appalachian Trail. Each chapter has a planning section and an equipment section. Over 100 photographs are included.

Simply Redwork

Author: Mandy Shaw
Publisher: F+W Media, Inc.
ISBN: 1446369188
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Mandy Shaw is well known for her distinctive sewing designs and motifs and in this book she brings her own style to the traditional and increasingly popular technique of redwork embroidery. You will learn how to create two quilts, the first has nine different heart-shaped quilt blocks, each with a different motif and theme, such as polar bears, scissors and honey bees. The second quilt is a variation which includes a nine patch block. Mandy then demonstrates how to use the different motifs to make up 12 simple projects such as pin-cushions, keyrings, hanging hearts and bags - ideal for sewers who don't want to tackle the full quilts. A helpful stitch guide with step illustrations will provide you with all the stitch techniques you will need, in addition, full-size templates for all the motifs are included together with a full alphabet enabling you to personalize your makes. Whether you're an experienced stitcher looking for inspiration or a novice sewer looking for new ideas, this title has something for everyone!

Farnell Teddy Bears

Author: Kathy Martin
Publisher: Casemate Publishers
ISBN: 1844680665
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The family firm of J K Farnell & Co Ltd occupies a position of unparalleled importance in British soft toy history, firstly because it was the very first British toy company to manufacture teddy bears, and also because it created the actual bear that inspired A A Milne to write the Winnie the Pooh stories. Yet impressive as those facts undoubtedly are, they comprise just a small fraction of the fascinating Farnell story. Founded in the Nineteenth century, for decades J.K. Farnell & Co Ltd was the most respected and influential soft toy manufacturer in Britain. Thanks to the superior quality of its products, the company experienced enormous commercial success at national and international level - even in Germany, home to its biggest rival, there was great demand for Farnell products. Surviving economic depression, devastating fire, the ravages of World War II and other traumatic events, the company kept going until fundamental changes in the British toy market forced its closure in 1970. Since then, the Farnell name has been forgotten by all but a dedicated band of teddy bear enthusiasts and the true story of this pioneering British firm has fallen into obscurity. Now, thanks to Kathy Martin's intensive research, the facts about J K Farnell & Co Ltd and its fabulous teddy bears are revealed in this informative and entertaining book.