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Zodiac Signs by Collins Zodiac Signs

Sep 29, 2016
Your body and the stars - the zodiac as your wellness guide by Marango, Stephanie P., author. Your body and the stars - the zodiac as your wellness guide

"The first book of its kind, Your Body and the Stars is a fun, practical, and insightful handbook that takes a revolutionary approach to holistic wellness by unlocking the powers of the stars"--Amazon.com.

Oct 1, 2016
Your body and the stars - the zodiac as your wellness guide by Marango, Stephanie P., author. Your body and the stars - the zodiac as your wellness guide

A revolutionary approach to wellness through astrology and the zodiac includes practical tips and exercises based on sun signs and body regions to prevent illness and illuminate one's connection to the cosmos.

Sep 29, 2016
Your best health care now - get doctor discounts, save with better health insurance, find affordable prescriptions by Lalli, Frank, author. Your best health care now - get doctor discounts, save with better health insurance, find affordable prescriptions

"Inspired by his viral New York Times article, prize-winning investigative journalist Frank Lalli details how he mastered the ins and outs of health care--and how you, too, can get the best care for your money. Frank Lalli, the former editor of Money and George magazines, has devoted his career to getting to the bottom of a good story. When he was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, a rare but potentially deadly blood cancer, he put his reporter's instincts to work and got the wonder drug he needed

Sep 26, 2016
You can't touch my hair and other things I still have to explain by Robinson, Phoebe author. You can't touch my hair and other things I still have to explain

Oct 1, 2016
You can knit that - foolproof instructions for fabulous sweaters by Herzog, Amy, 1975- author. You can knit that - foolproof instructions for fabulous sweaters

Intends to provide knitters of all skill levels with the sweater-making confidence they need through instructions for six sweater styles--vests, all-in-one construction, drop shoulders, raglans, yokes, and set-in sleeves.

Sep 29, 2016
You can knit that - foolproof instructions for fabulous sweaters by Herzog, Amy, 1975- author. You can knit that - foolproof instructions for fabulous sweaters

"When knitting superstar Amy Herzog gets complimented on her hand-knit sweaters, the compliments are often followed by "but I could never knit that." Now, you can! You Can Knit That is a clear, simple reference book and pattern collection that gives knitters the sweater-making confidence they need. Whether you're knitting a sweater for the first time or seeking to expand your skills to knit sweaters in styles you've never tried before, this essential guide starts with basic sweater know-how and

Oct 1, 2016
Yoga and Parkinson's disease - a journey to health and healing by Van Hulsteyn, Peggy. Yoga and Parkinson's disease - a journey to health and healing

Encourages the use of yoga as a complimentary therapy for Parkinson's disease, including step-by-step instructions and seated and assisted postures for those with limited mobility.

Sep 29, 2016
Wonderland - how play made the modern world by Johnson, Steven, 1968- author. Wonderland - how play made the modern world

"From the New York Times-bestselling author of How We Got to Now and Where Good Ideas Come From, a look at he world-changing innovations we made while keeping ourselves entertained. This lushly illustrated history of popular entertainment takes along-zoom approach, contending that the pursuit of novelty and wonder is a powerful driver of world-shaping technological change. Steven Johnson argues that, throughout history, the cutting edge of innovation lies wherever people are working the hardest

Sep 29, 2016
Wonder women - 25 innovators, inventors, and trailblazers who changed history by Maggs, Sam. Wonder women - 25 innovators, inventors, and trailblazers who changed history

Oct 1, 2016
Women heroes of World War II - the Pacific Theater - 15 stories of resistance, rescue, sabotage, and survival by Atwood, Kathryn J. Women heroes of World War II - the Pacific Theater - 15 stories of resistance, rescue, sabotage, and survival

Collects the stories of fifteen women who risked their lives to become heroes in the Pacific theater of World War II.

Oct 1, 2016
Wolf haven - sanctuary and the future of wild wolves in North America by Musselman, Annie Marie. Wolf haven - sanctuary and the future of wild wolves in North America

Oct 1, 2016
Wild things, wild places - adventurous tales of wildlife and conservation on planet Earth by Alexander, Jane, 1939- author. Wild things, wild places - adventurous tales of wildlife and conservation on planet Earth

In Wild Things, Wild Places, Jane Alexander movingly, with a clear eye and a knowing, keen grasp of the issues and on what is being done in conservation and the worlds of science to help the planet's most endangered species to stay alive and thrive, writes of her steady and fervent immersion into the worlds of wildlife conservation, of her coming to know the scientists throughout the world--to her, the prophets in the wilderness--who are steeped in this work, of her travels with them--and on her

Sep 30, 2016
Wild fermentation - the flavor, nutrition, and craft of live-culture foods by Katz, Sandor Ellix, 1962- author. Wild fermentation - the flavor, nutrition, and craft of live-culture foods

Describes the benefits, worldwide traditions, and science of fermented foods, and provides recipes for such fare as brined garlic, ginger beer, tzatsiki, challah, tempeh, and apple cider vinegar.

Oct 1, 2016
Wild and precious life by Ziegler, Deborah, 1956- author. Wild and precious life

"Written by Deborah Ziegler, the mother of Brittany Maynard--a twenty-nine-year-old woman with a terminal brain tumor--this touching and beautiful memoir captures and celebrates her daughter's spirit and the mostly untold story of Brittany's last year oflife as she chose her right to die with dignity, a journey that inspired millions. On October 6, 2014, a video of my daughter, Brittany Maynard, was posted on YouTube. Brittany asked me to do the video with her, to support her. The first words m

Sep 29, 2016
Whole - how I learned to fill the fragments of my life with forgiveness, hope, strength, and creativity - a guide to self repair by Moore, Melissa G. (Melissa Grace), author. Whole - how I learned to fill the fragments of my life with forgiveness, hope, strength, and creativity - a guide to self repair

"When Melissa Moore was 13 years old, her father said to her, "I know how to kill someone and get away with it." At the time she chalked it up to his love of detective novels, but it didn't change the fact that her father had always been someone who madeher anxious. Two years later, in 1995, Melissa's father was arrested for the murder of 8 women over a period of 5 years he was the serial killer known nationally as The Happy Face Killer. The pain, trauma, and shame that followed her father's con

Oct 1, 2016
Where to go when - the Americas - North, Central, South America & the Caribbean by Where to go when - the Americas - North, Central, South America & the Caribbean

Oct 1, 2016
When rivers burned - the Earth Day story by Brennan, Linda Crotta, author. When rivers burned - the Earth Day story

Presents a history of Earth Day, highlighting the people, events, and legislation responsible for changing attitudes about ecology.

Oct 1, 2016
When nobody was watching - my hard-fought journey to the top of the soccer world by Lloyd, Carli, 1982- author. When nobody was watching - my hard-fought journey to the top of the soccer world

"The celebrated star of the U.S. women's national soccer team chronicles her amazing journey to the top,"--NoveList.

Oct 1, 2016
What Washington gets wrong - the unelected officials who actually run the government and their misconceptions about the American people by Bachner, Jennifer, 1983- author. What Washington gets wrong - the unelected officials who actually run the government and their misconceptions about the American people

"Each year unelected federal administrators write thousands of regulations possessing the force of law. What do these civil servants know about the American people whom they ostensibly serve? Not much, according to this enlightening and disturbing study. The authors surveyed federal agency officials, congressional and White House staffers, and employees of various policy-making organizations about their attitudes toward and knowledge of the public. They found a significant chasm between what off

Oct 1, 2016