Author: Charlotte Philby, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: 440, Publisher: HarperCollins UK, ISBN: 9780008327002

Amazon reviewers can't get enough: 'I LOVED THIS BOOK' ***** 'Gloriously gripping' ***** 'Magnificent' ***** 'Heart-stopping, racy and sophisticated' ***** 'Compulsive and clever' *****

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Author: Michael Grady, Genre: Religion, Total Page: 249, Publisher: Morgan James Publishing, ISBN: 9781630472566

If your family thinks the Bible is boring, it’s probably because they don’t know the full story! Veteran Bible teacher Michael Grady has compiled the Old Testament stories into concise, thought provoking doses intended to stimulate family discussions. The Old Testament is a history of God’s family and you just might be surprised to learn who’s in your family tree! These stories provide a unique combination: they are both simple enough for your children to understand and deep enough for parents to grow in the knowledge and wisdom of God’s Word. This vibrant, carefully researched volume will bring your family closer together and help you clearly establish your family’s identity as children of God and brothers and sisters of Jesus. Making God Part of Your Family is not just a book of Bible stories. It is a study book. Whether your goal is to spend 10–15 minutes on a dinner-time devotional or bedtime reading with your children, or spend more in-depth study time together once a week, this flexible resource will make it easier to carve out time amidst hectic schedules to study the Bible together, and help you to: Develop a better and deeper relationship with God our Father, and his son, Jesus Learn how we are part of God’s family Learn how God expects us to live amidst the joys and sorrows of life Apply practical lessons and eternal truths to the situations you face today

Author: Omar Sheikho Murad, Genre: Family & Relationships, Total Page: 40, Publisher: AuthorHouse, ISBN: 9781467009676

I am Dr. Omar Sheikho Murad. Originally I am from Zakho City, Kurdistan, Iraq. I have settled down in London since 1996 as a refugee. I have been in 2 wars and one violent uprising. I have been in touch with human pain and suffering since very early in life till now. I have witnessed all kinds of traumas and I have dealt with all kinds of wounds. That is through my work as a medical doctor and as a trainee psychiatrist for the last 2 decades. My job helped me a lot to understand what people actually need. The books that I have written are about using the Water-Logic instaed of the Rock-Logic (i.e., using peaceful means instead of violence & aggression). My books are about understanding life and understanding human. So that individuals and groups know better what to do in life. My goal is "better quality humans" and "better quality life" for everyone everywhere at every time.] This is the list of my 7 books: Understanding Human, Part 1, "Human Philosophy." Understanding Human, Part 2, "Human Thinking." Understanding Human, Part 3, "Human Needs." Understanding Human, Part 4, "Human Behaviour." Understanding Human, Part 5, "The Family." Understanding Human, Part 6, "The Society." A Handbook for Help. Understanding Human - All Parts

Author: Ole E. Heie, Genre: Science, Total Page: 242, Publisher: BRILL, ISBN: 9004098992

The Macrosiphini of Scandinavia are treated in vol. IV, in the present vol. V and the coming vol. VI, with descriptions and illustrations.

Author: George William Martin, Genre: , Total Page: , Publisher: , ISBN: BL:A0022748329

Author: Joyce Hart, Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction, Total Page: 64, Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc, ISBN: 9781435853287

Describes what life is like for those whose parents are in the armed forces, including frequent moves, having to adjust to new places, a parent's deployment, and the advantages and disadvantages of choosing a military career.

Author: Sheila Bapat, Genre: Business & Economics, Total Page: 216, Publisher: Ig Pub, ISBN: 1935439855

Documents the rising movement to secure rights for cooks, nannies, caregivers and other domestic workers.

Author: Gerald Durrell, Genre: Biography & Autobiography, Total Page: 312, Publisher: Open Road Media, ISBN: 9781504041676

The inspiration for The Durrells in Corfu, a Masterpiece production on public television: A naturalist’s account of his childhood on the exotic Greek island. When the Durrells could no longer endure the gray English climate, they did what any sensible family would do: sold their house and relocated to the sun-soaked island of Corfu. As they settled into their new home, hilarious mishaps ensued as a ten-year-old Gerald Durrell pursued his interest in natural history and explored the island’s fauna. Soon, toads and tortoises, bats and butterflies—as well as scorpions, geckos, ladybugs, praying mantises, octopuses, pigeons, and gulls—became a common sight in the Durrell villa. Uproarious tales of the island’s animals and Durrell’s fond reflections on his family bring this delightful memoir to life. Capturing the joyous chaos of growing up in an unconventional household, My Family and Other Animals will transport you to a place you won’t want to leave. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Gerald Durrell including rare photos from the author’s estate.