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Art of Touch A massage manual for Children 9030009   $ 46.00
Product Image Provides children aged 9 and older with a simple, step-by-step method for learning massage techniques to use on themselves and others. Techniques can be used for relaxation, pain relief, and increased self-esteem.
Chia Martin
Black is for Beginnings; A Graphic Novel 9090027   $ 19.00
Product Image Prophetic dreams. Near-brushes with death. Killers pursuing her and her friends. Stacey Brown knows that being a hereditary witch isn't all it's cracked up to be. Stacey's nightmares are back. And all she wants to do is go to Colorado and work things out with Jacob, who hasn't been able to remember her since he lost his memory in his brush with death. But before Stacey and Jacob can have a future, they must face their pasts.
Laurie Faria Stolarz
Book of Constellations 6120040   $ 38.00
Product Image This fascinating narrative recounts the history of astronomy and, with more than 100 full-color illustrations, it shows readers how to find the planets and constellations in the night sky. In ancient times, people thought that the Sun, Moon, and stars were gods. They recorded their movements and imagined that the stars made pictures in the sky. The Greeks and the Romans related these "pictures" of animals and men—or constellations—to their legends. They also identified planets and named them for their gods—Venus, Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter. Their observations marked the first step in the development of astronomy, which today is a sophisticated science. Modern astronomers have followed the tradition of naming heavenly bodies after ancient gods. For instance, the solar system's outer planets weren't identified until after the telescope's invention, but with their discoveries they were named after Uranus, a Greek god of the sky . . . Neptune, the Roman god of the sea . . . and Pluto, the Roman god of the underworld. The author recounts the legends connected with many constellations, including Aquarius, Aries, Cancer, Orion, and others. This beautifully illustrated book helps readers navigate their way around the night sky as they learn the significance of heavenly bodies' names. Color photos and illustrations throughout.
Robin Kerrod
Book of Shadows - Sweep, No. 1 5020009   $ 15.00
Product Image Narrator Morgan, a high school junior in upstate New York, feels plain and ordinary, especially next to her flirty, drop-dead-gorgeous friend Bree. When Cal, a remarkably poised and handsome senior, transfers to their school, Morgan likes him almost immediately, an attraction she hides when Bree announces that she plans to win him for herself. Cal makes no secret of his belief in Wicca, inviting most of the junior and senior classes to join him in a Wiccan celebration. The rituals powerfully affect MorganAcould it be that she, like Cal, is a "blood witch" (a descendant of one of the seven great witch clans)? But how could she be a blood witch when everyone else in her family is so clearly not "magickal"? While Tiernan's ingredients are familiar, she stirs the cauldron with engaging, even cinematic, prose and sharply individuates her characters. She introduces the Wiccan material with some depth as well as with a skillful degree of ambiguity; readers will not know immediately whether or not the series embraces Wicca. Both books end on cliffhangers (Shadows, for example, closes as Cal kisses Morgan, in full view of Bree and the rest of their newly formed coven), fanning what will surely be an already keen desire to learn the whole story. Ages 12-up. (Jan.)
Cate Tieman
Coven - Sweep, No. 2 5020075   $ 15.00
Product Image Cal, now Morgan's boyfriend, helps her accept the truth: Wicca is in Morgan’s blood. As Morgan learns more about Wicca, she realizes that she needs to find out more about her parentage. The answers are there, but she doesn’t know how to find them.)
Cate Tieman
Dalai Lama Story 7070016   $ 28.00
Product Image In this well-crafted story, Crowe details His Holiness's strange childhood in the world's largest palace; his friendship with Austrian Heinrich Harrer whose escape from an Indian POW camp and trek through the Himalayas is one of the world's incredible survival stories; the boy's fascination for film and for learning; his spiritual development and self-improvement, especially in tackling a ferocious temper. A book for readers aged 11-16 years-of-age.
Andrew Crowe
I Can Do it Job Success A 12affirmation Deck Card Deck 5020104   $ 13.00
Product Image Louise Hay wrote these cards as a way to help you create job success in your life! What does job success mean to you? More money? A loving, nurturing environment where your talents are recognized and used to their fullest? Mastering a new skill? All of this can be a reality for you. The key is to practice success, and stop practicing failure. One of the cards, for example, says, "Limitations are merely opportunities to grow. I use them as stepping-stones to success." When children are first learning to walk or talk, everyone encourages them to keep trying, and they're praised for every tiny improvement. Are you doing the same for yourself? Remember, like those small children, we learn from every experience. We go from success to success and from glory to glory. Choose a card each morning, and it will be your positive message for the day!
Louise Hay
Journey Home Childrens Edition 6070003   $ 30.00
Product Image In this book, adapted for children ages 9 to 13, Michael is a boy in the fourth grade, stuck in what seems to be a pretty sorry life. His big brother's busy soccer schedule rules the house, and his best buddy has to move away to another town for his father's new job. Michael has no life. No one would notice if he just disappeared. Then Michael has a serious accident and finds himself in a bright white room, visited by a huge white angel who asks him what he really wants to do with his life. Michael tells him that he just wants to go . . . HOME! To get there, though, Michael has to learn many lessons, and he goes on outstanding adventures with seven wonderful angels of all colors. From the very start of his journey, he is stalked by a dangerous creature who wants to see to it that Michael does not go Home. Michael is so loved by all the angels he laughs and cries with them and learns that life is all about the incredible power of love and making wise choices. Finally, he is able to choose to go Home.
Thersa Corley
Little Prince 4030125   $ 19.00
Product Image Antoine de Saint-Exupéry first published The Little Prince in 1943, only a year before his Lockheed P-38 vanished over the Mediterranean during a reconnaissance mission. More than a half century later, this fable of love and loneliness has lost none of its power. The narrator is a downed pilot in the Sahara Desert, frantically trying to repair his wrecked plane. His efforts are interrupted one day by the apparition of a little, well, prince, who asks him to draw a sheep. "In the face of an overpowering mystery, you don't dare disobey," the narrator recalls. "Absurd as it seemed, a thousand miles from all inhabited regions and in danger of death, I took a scrap of paper and a pen out of my pocket." And so begins their dialogue, which stretches the narrator's imagination in all sorts of surprising, childlike directions. The Little Prince describes his journey from planet to planet, each tiny world populated by a single adult. It's a wonderfully inventive sequence, which evokes not only the great fairy tales but also such monuments of postmodern whimsy as Italo Calvino's Invisible Cities. And despite his tone of gentle bemusement, Saint-Exupéry pulls off some fine satiric touches, too. There's the king, for example, who commands the Little Prince to function as a one-man (or one-boy) judiciary: I have good reason to believe that there is an old rat living somewhere on my planet. I hear him at night. You could judge that old rat. From time to time you will condemn him to death. That way his life will depend on your justice. But you'll pardon him each time for economy's sake. There's only one rat.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Native American Book of Change 4030139   $ 19.00
Product Image This third in a four-volume series on Native Americans focuses on their attempts over the centuries to retain their culture in the face of a changing world. Change is sometimes negative and forced upon you. Despite this, you can still find hope. This book chronicles the struggles of the Native Americans since the Europeans came into their world ---- This is a very good series for Young Adults
White Deer of Autumn
Native American Book of Knowledge 4030138   $ 19.00
Product Image Look beyond your own studies to learn from the knowledge and insight of Native Americans. This installment of the Native Peoples, Native Ways Series reveals true histories of Native American peoples. Look beyond your own studies to learn from the knowledge and insight of Native Americans. This installment of the Native Peoples, Native Ways Series reveals true histories of Native American peoples. "We Have Always Been Here" tells of their origins based on their own accounts, scientific theories, and archaeological evidence; "Poets, Prophets, and Peacemakers Before Columbus" introduces the Native American supernatural and cultural heroes of the past. From the creative inspiration of Quetzalcoatl of the Aztecs to the political genius of the Iroquois peacemaker Deganawida, readers discover the impact these mystical heroes have still on our world today. This is a very good series for Young Adults
White Deer of Autumn
Native American Book of Life 4030140   $ 19.00
Product Image DESCRIPTION A book for young and old, these collected stories consider the points of view of Native American youths. A book for young and old, these collected stories consider the points of view of Native American youths. "The Children, Always the Children" shows the importance of the development of family. It details Native American kids' pastimes and how they were named, taught, and disciplined, as well as how they learned to be happy and productive citizens of their nations. The fictional story "By the Magic of the Strawberry Moon" takes place in a Native American museum. It's a magical tale of how two children learn about their own culture and their ancestors' contributions to the world.
White Deer of Autumn
Native American Book of Wisdom 4030141   $ 19.00
Product Image The Native American Book of Wisdom examines the belief systems of several American Indian tribes and the power that these beliefs continue to hold for the People. As a part of the Native People-Native Ways series, This book explores one of the symbolic four directions, sharing in the four stages of life. "From the Great Mystery: Wakan-Tanka" investigates the complex spirituality of the People - from the concept of the Great Mystery to the belief that all life is sacred and interrelated. "Medicine Man" is the story of a tribal healer who visits an elementary school, where the children are amazed by the power and traditions of the People.
White Deer of Autumn
Prayer of Jebez for Teen cards 5020118   $ 29.95
Product Image As a teenager, you have more to receive from God - and more to give to your world - than you ever thought possible. Each of the 50 cards in this inspirational deck shows you how to put forth an assertive prayer that lifts you out of mediocrity and sets you on track to create the most rewarding life you could ever imagine.
Bruce Wilkinson
Sara Bk3 : A Talking Owl Is Worth a Thousand Words 8080002   $ 26.00
Product Image Sara Bk 3: A Talking Owl Is Worth a Thousand Words!: "Do you believe in ghosts?" Annette just sort of blurted out. Sara and Seth both looked up with surprise. "Well," Sara stalled, "I guess I do." She remembered the night Solomon had visited her in her bedroom after Jason and Jimmy had shot him, but she hadn't really thought about him being a ghost that night; she'd just been so glad to see her beloved feathered friend. Sara and Seth looked at each other. Both of them knew that if anything would fall into the category of ghosts, Solomon would most likely be it, but they didn't say anything, uncertain about telling their new friend their special secret. "Well, do you believe in ghosts?" Seth asked, looking intently at Annette's serious face. Annette looked at Seth and then at Sara, who both sat quietly, each waiting to hear the answer. "No, I just wondered if you did," Annette answered abruptly. "Hey, let's swing." And without taking the time to execute a perfectly calculated leap from the platform as she usually did, Annette grabbed the swinging rope and jumped off as if she couldn't do so fast enough. . . .
Esther and Jerry Hicks
Sara Vol 1: Learns the Secret about the Law of Attraction CD 8080072   $ 33.00
Product Image This unabridged audio book offers you, the listener, a thoughtful and inspired formula for generating appreciation, happiness, and good feelings deftly blended into the uplifting story of a plucky, inquisitive girl named Sara and her teacher, an ethereal owl named Solomon. There's something in Sara for any child, adult, or teen pursuing joy and meaning . . . and searching for answers about life, death, and the desires of the heart. This work is filled with techniques and processes for making dreams come true . . . especially yours!
Esther and Jerry Hicks
Sara Vol 2 (4CDs): Solomons Fine Featherless Friends 8090285   $ 37.00
Product Image Seth, your house is on fire!” From that opening exclamation, this second Sara novel rampages through chapter after chapter of fun and adventure. Solomon (the owl from the first book who “speaks without moving his lips”) reappears and gives Sara and her classmate Seth a fresh and enlightening perspective on life on this planet. Simply put, these two adventurous, tree-climbing friends dialogue with their feathered mentor regarding their varied (and sometimes confusing) experiences with parents, teachers, other students, and neighbors. The clarity, understanding, and wisdom that Solomon gives them results in some surprisingly practical views on the rules of the game of life.
Esther and Jerry Hicks
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