Considering that there are 5000 flowering plants in Texas, at least a thousand of which can be called ‘wild flowers,’ it’s probably safe to say, not many. This beginners' guide will, I hope, help to put names to some of the more common ones, provide encouragement to search for the uncommon ones and give information about some of the interesting plants around us.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 →
After successfully launching “Journeys into Darkness and Light” a collection of short stories in April 2015, André Nguyễn Văn Châu penned three longer fiction works included within “Night and Day”.
These multi-faceted stories follow the characters into dark despair so they can overcome their ordeals in order to start believing again. The point of departure might be sin, crime, or a moment of weakness, but the end-game is redemption, a violent confrontation with fate, and enlightenment.
Always depicting the men and women of his stories with tenderness and respect Van Chau illustrates their pain, defeat, triumph, and joy as if these emotions were his own. When the final confrontation leads to the possibility of redemption or an invitation to holiness, you know you will walk away from these stories with a new perspective.
Emotions run high when Starlit challenges Hamilton to a race. Hamilton’s certain he can’t lose and Starlit’s sure she’ll win. The characters plan a course that takes the trolls through Hamilton’s world. It’s an action-packed race. Yet that’s when the story takes an unexpected turn.
In every good race there will be a winner and a loser. This is an important life-lesson on how to be happy even when you’re sad.More info →
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 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 →
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 →
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 →
Teachers, home-schoolers, mom and dad – the Hamilton Troll Adventures, award-winning, educational story series has an abundant amount of learning possibilities and this curriculum workbook adds to it beautifully. Work language arts, math and even science projects into your daily reading assignments. Give accelerated reading quizzes (AR) to test the child’s comprehension. Purchase the Hamilton Troll Coloring & Activity book to pique interest and provide hours of entertainment and of course, keep up with the ever growing rhyming story series. Also, be on the look-out for the Hamilton Troll Cookbook; easy to make, healthy recipes for children to do in the kitchen. Enter the World of Hamilton Troll today!More info →
Dinosaurs lived millions of years ago and are now extinct yet they left behind clues that tell their story. Hamilton Troll comes across one of those clues, a fossil, that leads him and the Beaver Brothers up the river to a dinosaur museum where they learn so much about these prehistoric animals, including how big some of them were. However it is when Hamilton Troll walks up to a hatching nest of eggs and meets these dinosaurs first hand that he discovers how great and magnificent these creatures once were.More info →
Join Nancy on an extraordinary journey as she becomes a Professional Remote Viewer and teacher. Experience the training classes as she did and meet the five U.S. Star Gate original remote viewers: Skip Atwater, David Morehouse, Paul H. Smith, Lyn Buchanan and Joe McMoneagle.
Inside: Full color images! Autographed book interiors. Never before seen instruction courses. Sample work and more.
Nancy C. Jeane has a M.Ed. Degree with 23 Years of Public School Experience. She serves on the Board of Directors of the International Remote Viewing Association and is currently an Assistant Instructor and Operational Remote Viewer for RVIS, Inc. She is also a member of the Professional Division of the Monroe Institute in Virginia and a TMI Excursion Workshop Trainer.More info →
What would you do if you could do anything? This is the question Parker, Justin, Blake, Owen, Kaylee and Ryan ask themselves, when they arrive in the dream world. Of course they had to face their own fears first. Nightmares consisting of being chased, falling and arriving in class wearing just your underwear were keeping them all awake at night. But Ryan's mom had taught him about dreams including how to control his dreams, so helping these five was just the beginning. Once inside the dream, the ultimate challenge began. Gathering for an epic, out-of-this-world adventure, the group discovers a place that is literally impossible to wake up from.More info →
Rudy is not a very nice rat according to Rosa Raccoon and the other children. He does bad things and says mean stuff and no one wants to play with him. So Hamilton decides to have a talk with Rudy.
However, when Rudy Rat sees Hamilton Troll, he gets so afraid he runs off, which clues in Hamilton that Rudy may need a friend more than they thought. Hamilton then encourages the children to put their “PAWS” together for friendship. Pause what you are doing, Approach, Welcome Rudy to join the game and Smile. Rudy then feels accepted and is able to hang out with the children and have fun, creating friends rather than enemies.
The Troll Patrol encourages you to be accepting. When you are nice to others, invite them to play and care about their feelings; friendships grow.More info →
Woodpeckers drill holes into wood to find bugs & worms for food. When Elwood begins pecking at this piece of wood though, he finds it's as hard as stone! When Hamilton Troll finds Elwood, he is laying against the rock-hard wood with a headache! Hamilton wants to help Elwood and is reminded of something the Beaver Brothers once told him.
Join Hamilton as Baxter & Boswell Beaver teach the two about petrified wood so they can then teach others about this amazing creation of nature!
Things are going missing, so the animals think someone is stealing. Hamilton Troll doesn't want to believe it, that is, until he gets carried away.
Dropped onto Fiona's pile of toys, Hamilton realizes he needs to teach her not to take things, and to return everyone's stuff so she won't get in trouble.