The ancient intent and purpose of the animistic masks of the indigenous people of Mexico can yet be found in those used in dances and fiestas today. Set in the context of these paintings, the masks reveal themselves to be an essential part of the history and the culture of Mexico.More info →
A giant scorpion, a crab attack and a killer wolf – what do these three have in common? The zits on Jared’s face.
The night a red meteorite crash lands in the woods, Jared’s world gets turned upside down.
Each time the zits appear his friends connect the dots and discover they create the pattern of an actual constellation. Looking up the myths behind the stars, they realize the stories are coming true!
It’s up to them to figure out why it’s happening, how to stop it and how the new red-haired substitute teacher (from Mars) is connected.
It’s a crime what’s happening – a constellation crime.More info →
The weeds we typically spend millions trying to eradicate each year have served mankind for thousands of years as they provide food, medicine, shelter, clothing and pleasure to millions of people worldwide. This book will start you on a journey of discovery not to be missed, starting right outside your door.More info →
Young puppy Riley is learning what it's like to be on lookout duty for daddy. It's a lonely job, thankless, and quite boring! So this little guy creates a fun new game that just happens to go various shades of wrong. His high jinx causes all sorts of commotion at all the wrong moments - but the question remains - is there a lesson to be learned?More info →
This is an advanced Vietnamese dictionary with English definitions, compiled with the enrichment of the Vietnamese language in mind. This dictionary lists words and expressions used by Vietnamese throughout the ages. It shows local and ethnic dialectal words and phrases and promotes the understanding of the Vietnamese culture past and present.More info →
We start our lives as a blank canvas. It's our diverse experiences that add color and definition to our painting.
Gerald was given a blank canvas in which to paint anything he wanted. He painted a world. A world that he loved so much – it came to life!
The personal growth and the steps Gerald took to protect his creation is what truly made him exceptional.
Solve the Mystery: Remote Viewing, What is it Really? This small booklet could be of great value to anyone interested in the subject of Remote Viewing. It is a simple explanation of this amazing technique; developed by the U.S. Government, that was used in the highly confidential Star Gate Remote Viewing Program from 1972-1995. Inside we present the five-steps for understanding Remote Viewing, under the topics of: - History - Definition - Kinds - Study/Training - Experience. Upon reading this, you too can better appreciate the complex mysterious phenomenon called Remote Viewing. It is a great teaching tool for study groups and individuals who may be curious about this topic. It is also a great study piece to go along with the book “Reading My Mind, A Personal Journal”.More info →
This coloring book also contains a full-length easy to read children's story full of action and adventure.
One long evening, while the rest of the house slept, Blue and his friends started a mission to save the children of the World.
Our brave heroes come face-to-face with challenges and threats; but giving up is not an option.
This is a journey beyond imagination, a magical ride, with a rush to complete their mission before sunrise.More info →
Cooking with Hamilton Troll and friends helps young children 5-10 yrs learn skills like measuring, pouring & mixing. Children will learn fun ways to make delicious recipes that are surprisingly good for them. These great kid-tested recipes are a wonderful introduction to the culinary arts.
Also included: kitchen safety tips, creative craft activities, and ideas for special occasions.More info →
Kate has just turned 11 and is about to have the adventure of a lifetime! While out playing, she steps into a rainbow and is magically transported to another place on the planet. Everywhere she goes, she meets a child of a different nationality who tells her about their cultural beliefs about rainbows. When she finally gets home, she has quite an amazing story to share, but there are some who don't believe her. Yet in the end, the proof arrives just in time and leaves the adults in her life with dropped jaws and shocked expressions.More info →
Born in Vietnam in 1935, André Nguyễn Văn Châu grew up in the midst of wars; enduring intense emotions ranging between hopes and disappointment to joys and sorrows. Many of the stories he penned in 'Journeys into Darkness and Light' set tragic characters against terrible odds. Most of them triumphed over their despair, or accepted their demise with superhuman courage. Later in his life the author lived and worked in scores of countries where men and women from different parts of the world, especially in Africa, shared the same joys and sorrows with their Vietnamese contemporaries. He spoke of them and shared their stories with the same tenderness, complicity, and emotional intensity. The brevity of these stories considerably enhances the general theme. It highlights the loneliness, alienation, terror in the face of the passing of time and death, in the characters, and also their surging moments of happiness and hope.More info →
Allison Catsworth accidentally gets knocked off of a cliff and instead of falling to her death, she transforms into a cat and lands on all four paws! Ally's life changes drastically in the moments after. Doctors discover her DNA is turning more feline each time she changes and in about nine turns (or nine life's) something's going to happen. Will she turn into a cat and remain a cat forever? Will she die? It's a race against time to discover the truth before her time is up!More info →