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(40)FORTY WINKS IN THE LIFE OF CHESTER


(40)FORTY WINKS IN THE LIFE OF CHESTER


$0.99


The book is about a cat named Chester, who wakes up to find himself in a new surrounding and new people each time and the adventure he goes through in his eventful and joyous journey.

10 Most Popular Myths About Guinea Pigs: Avoid These Common Cavy Care Mistakes


10 Most Popular Myths About Guinea Pigs: Avoid These Common Cavy Care Mistakes


$0.99


If you’re new to guinea pigs, you might think it’s just fine to house them in an aquarium and to buy them the most colorful food with seeds and bits of fruit or vegetables. You might think that hay is only an occasional treat and that guinea pigs are hearty animals who make great starter pets for kids and who rarely, if ever, need vet care. Besides, if you buy your guinea pig at a pet store, it’s probably very healthy, right?Unfortunately, all of the widespread beliefs cited above are actually myths. They’re just a few of the many misconceptions about guinea pigs that often lead to disaster when you get one as a pet. This ebook, “10 Most Popular Myths About Guinea Pigs: Avoid These Common Cavy Care Mistakes,” separates fact from fiction and helps you take better care of your pet guinea pig. You’ll learn why it’s better to avoid pet stores and breeders, how to properly house your guinea pig, how to meet its nutritional needs, how to avoid buying dangerous toys, and more. This ebook is one of the pet care books in the 99 Cent Knowledge Series. It’s not meant to be a comprehensive guide to guinea pig care. It’s a short, easy to read discussion of common beliefs that can harm your pet and facts that will help you care for it properly. It’s only 7,000 words long, but it packs a lot of useful information into every page. The author, Barb Nefer, is the About.com Guide to Pet Supplies and Product Reviews. She’s written pet-related articles since the 1980s for magazines like “Animal Wellness,” “Bird Talk,” “Horse Illustrated,” “Grit,” and “I Love Cats.”Barb also writes about the Central Florida theme parks, including Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld Orlando, and Legoland Florida, and personal financial topics.

101 Amazing Facts about World Capitals - Volume 1


101 Amazing Facts about World Capitals – Volume 1


$2.99


Do you know which two people have been granted free food for life at Ben’s Chili Bowls in Washington? Which country’s capital is known as the city of a thousand minarets? Where could you have found Hairy Bottom Road? And why can you never seem to find the fourth floor in your Seoul hotel? All of these questions and more are answered in this fantastic book of facts. This volume contains over one hundred facts about Berlin, Cairo, Canberra, Cape Town, London, Paris, Seoul, Tbilisi, Washington and Wellington, with the facts separated into sections for easy navigation. So if you want to know which big cats can be found on Table Mountain’s Lion’s Head (it’s not lions) or why the Australians were rather upset by a particular gift from the British, then this is the book for you.

101 Different Ways to Build Homes and Pens for Your Animals: A Complete Step-by-Step Guide


101 Different Ways to Build Homes and Pens for Your Animals: A Complete Step-by-Step Guide


$14.99


Animals need their own space, and no where is this more apparent that for those who own multiple animals. When not given their own private space to be alone many animals, especially dogs and livestock will become overly territorial. Yet many owners put off or overlook the need for building homes for their animals because they think it might be too hard or time consuming. Written for every pet and livestock owner who has sighed or groaned at the prospect of building a home for their animals, this book shows you 101 different ways you can effectively build a viable home for your animals. You will learn how to create homes from scratch for dozens of different kinds of animals. First and foremost you will learn how to assess the needs of your animals according to breed and personality. You will learn what features these homes need to match your animals according to size, feeding habits, gender, whether you have more than one, and whether they will be bred or not. You will learn which building materials are best for which breeds homes. Experts ranging from dog and cat breeders to small farmers have been interviewed for this book to learn more about their experiences with animal homes and they have provided a number of insights into how these homes can and should be built. Atlantic Publishing is a small, independent publishing company based in Ocala, Florida. Founded over twenty years ago in the company president’s garage, Atlantic Publishing has grown to become a renowned resource for non-fiction books. Today, over 450 titles are in print covering subjects such as small business, healthy living, management, finance, careers, and real estate. Atlantic Publishing prides itself on producing award winning, high-quality manuals that give readers up-to-date, pertinent information, real-world examples, and case studies with expert advice. Every book has resources, contact information, and web sites of the products or companies discussed. This Atlantic Publishing eBook was pro

3 Minutes to God - Shooting Cows. and 49 other ways to see God in your Life!


3 Minutes to God – Shooting Cows. and 49 other ways to see God in your Life!


$6.95


3 Minutes to God – Shooting Cows. and 49 other ways to see God in your Life! is a compilation of funny and poignant anecdotes that will help you laugh as you grow closer to God. Enjoy stories with titles like; Almost Shot the Dog, a Cat and My Surfboard; The Old Snake in the Bed Trick; Riding with the Blue Angels; Inventions and Bombs and Prison, Oh MY; and many more. What Others Are Saying about this book: “Hilarious and poignant personal stories that relate to us while revealing deep insights about God.” Pastor Bil Cornelius, Bil Cornelius TV, Author “I Dare You to Change”, Lead/Founding Pastor of Bay Area Fellowship (one of the 100 largest churches in America)

88 Guys for Coffee


88 Guys for Coffee


$5.99


Hilarious and heartbreaking, soul-searching and spiritual, “88 Guys for Coffee” is loosely based on the author’s own 5-year online dating saga. The horror stories are true, bizarre, and laugh-out-loud funny. Top 1% Goodreads reviewer Dianne Bylo* gave it 5 Stars and said, “Should I laugh? Should I cry? Laugh until I cry? Grab a cup of coffee, wear your most comfy clothes and hang out the DO NOT DISTURB sign because this is a tale of the heart and soul. Humorous, heartbreaking, eye-opening and filled with some truly wickedly funny scenes. Read it, laugh with it, roll with it, this is a sparkling gem for sure!”*http://tometender. blogspot.com/2017/05/88-guys-for-coffee-by-diane-solomon. html~ ~ ~ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Diane Solomon, author, began her career in the UK as a singer and songwriter on BBC TV. Then, after 15 years of traveling the world as an entertainer, the dreaded Chronic Fatigue Syndrome destroyed her career. She struggled for almost eight years, years of wading through half a life, finally regaining her health with the help of a homeopathic remedy. This launched Diane into new studies and a second career: homeopath and nutritionist. But, she knew that the path of writer awaited, beckoning in the distance. Eloquent Rascals Publishing released her first book, “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A guide to the homeopathic treatment of CFS/M.E,” in November of 2015. This book is a best seller in Amazon’s homeopathic section. Diane’s second book, “The Ravenstone: The Secret of Ninham Mountain,” was written with her husband, Mark Carey, who is a retired biologist, naturalist, and accomplished voice-over artist. It was published in October 2016.”88 Guys for Coffee is her third book, published June 1, 2017. Full of laughs, it shares the story of a woman’s five-year odyssey of online dating. Diane lives in southern New Hampshire with her husband Mark Carey, her little Ree-cat and two gorgeous English Setters.

A Ballad of Confetti, Cake and Catastrophes


A Ballad of Confetti, Cake and Catastrophes


$4.49


Nicholas Herald had one job to do for his big sister’s wedding. ONE. So of course, he forgets all about promising to book the harpist he knows for the elegant reception. With only a week to go, and his options running out fast, he resorts to asking a busker he finds performing on the city streets to step in and help save the day. As it turns out though, this guy Fynn is pretty amazing with his guitar, and he has the most beautiful eyes – not that Nicholas is looking. But it becomes quickly apparent that finding a musician is the least of Nicholas’s problems. Between last minute cancellations, wayward family members, and a cat with a serious vendetta against happiness, he knows he’ll be lucky if they all make it to the big day intact. He just doesn’t have time to fall in love, let alone with a boy However, like almost everything else in the week to come, he may not exactly have a choice…A stand alone, New Adult romance with a happy ending.100,000 words approx.

A Better Kind of Madness


A Better Kind of Madness


$3.99


A Better Kind of Madness presents an exciting new poetry collection focused on visual imagery that seeks to engulf the senses of the reader and carry them into new realms and horizons of thought. The simple, imaginative verse contains layers of meaning, full of strong emotional content peppered with joy and humor, wit and wackiness, anger and sadness, all written with sincere passion. In this, her first collection, poet Deborah Renee shares poetry that is honest, emotional, and heartfelt-verses designed to speak to anyone and everyone. “If insanity is what we must accept and live with, then may God help us all to find a better kind of madness.” deborah renee Sit for a moment. grab a cup of tea or coffee, open this book and read about: The power of jigsaw puzzles Why the old man sits on the porch What the moon whispers See the saxophone tones Immerse yourself in the misty morning Meet wacky Basketown characters Find out what you might see on a solitary country road See your soul in ripples of faith Experience Jim Crow through the eyes of a child Add these ingredients to your simmering stew Chuckle at the Fat Cat’s tribute to Dr. Seuss Gain a whole new perspective on maggots Hear my great-great grandmother’s message Taste, inhale and feel the rainbow. Decide if you would drink the witch’s brew Learn what kind of light isn’t a light Enter into the powerful chapter of Fire Shadows, or cool yourself in the chapter of Water Visions. Yes. it’s all in here, and more! Written in free-verse rhymed and non-rhymed, rhyming couplets, haiku, senyru, narrative, rhyming quatrains, blank verse, limericks and other forms.

A Bird's Eye View of Murder


A Bird’s Eye View of Murder


$4.99


Frankie Chandler is feeling frazzled. Ever since the night she lost her ability to communicate with animals (and wound up reading the minds of two potential dates), things have gone downhill. Clients aren’t flocking to her new animal behavior business, and her love life is as dry as the Arizona desert. To top it off, Frankie’s assertive Aunt Gertrude is in town to attend the premiere of Blue Ribbon Babes, the Baking Channel’s latest show. When Frankie and Auntie stumble over the body of the newly appointed Blue Ribbon Queen, the police suspect that Auntie knows more about the victim than she’s admitting. The only witness to the murder is an unfriendly cockatoo that’s obsessed with cats. Frankie scrambles to revive her talent for talking to animals before the police arrest Aunt Gertrude, but the more she find out about the victim, the more she wonders if Auntie is guilty.

A CAT AND MOUSE IN PARTNERSHIP - A Victorian Moral Tale


A CAT AND MOUSE IN PARTNERSHIP – A Victorian Moral Tale


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ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 127 In issue 127 of the Baba Indaba Children’s Stories, Baba Indaba narrates a story about a cat and a mouse. In Victorian times a lonesome cat proposes an alliance with an even lonelier mouse. Just ahead of winter, the proposition is that they work together to build up a store of food to see them through the cold days ahead. But is all what it seems? .…… Download and read about how the partnership works out – or does it? Baba Indaba is a fictitious Zulu storyteller who narrates children’s stories from around the world. “Baba Indaba” translates as “Father of Stories”. Each issue also has a “WHERE IN THE WORLD – LOOK IT UP” section, where young readers are challenged to look up a place on a map somewhere in the world. The place, town or city is relevant to the story, on map. HINT – use Google maps. INCLUDES LINKS TO DOWNLOAD 8 FREE STORIES 33% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities.

A Cat Called Elvis


A Cat Called Elvis


$6.26


In this fantastic book Brian Moses tells us about cats, dogs, dragons, New York, space, dinosaurs, spider-swallowing, why he has given up playing air guitar, why you cannot take a lobster though security, the ghosts of London underground and why fairies must have taken his brother!

A Cat Named Jim


A Cat Named Jim


$3.99


Jim is a cat whose family loves him very much. Jim likes hanging around the house, and the family can usually hear him purring. He likes to play and sometimes hides in the hydrangea bushes, waiting for birds. Most days Jim walks with the mother of the house to the grocery store, but he always sits on the sidewalk and waits to walk her home-especially when she goes to the butcher! Even though he likes to spend a lot of time outdoors, he always comes home for meals. But then one day, Jim disappears. Where can he have gone? What has happened to him? Full of great illustrations, A Cat Named Jim is a fun children’s book for early readers about the whereabouts of a happy cat who goes missing one day, much to his family’s surprise.

A Cat's Chance in Hell (Hellcat Series Book1)


A Cat’s Chance in Hell (Hellcat Series Book1)


$3.99


If the Demon Master gets his way the City is about to become Hell on Earth. Gabi has some extraordinary talents. Some might call them supernatural, but for her they’re just part of everyday life. What she knows about the supernatural would give most humans nightmares forever. Ridding the streets of bad-ass creatures of the night is Gabi’s other job. Taking up the mantle of her father’s legacy, she is a Hunter for the Societas Malus Venatori. The first female ever bestowed the title. Her day job is a little less dangerous. Most of the time. Being ambushed and kidnapped by the sinfully sexy Master Vampire of the City should have been just another night on the job, except for the fact that Julius has other plans for her. When he reveals that his nemesis wants control of the City and has plans to fill it with Demons from the Etherworld, creating an army of Ghouls and turning humans into nothing more than cattle to feed his Clan, Gabi must choose her path. She must decide whether to join with Julius in a stand against the Demon Master or flee the City with her friends and family, leaving the Vampires to wage their own war and the rest of the residents to their fate. But it’s not in Gabi’s nature to back down from a fight, no matter how impossible the odds. As the Malus Venatori prepare for war, Gabi finds herself pulled deeper into Julius’s world and she makes some disturbing discoveries about her unusual supernatural abilities. Her existence might just be the answer to a mystery as old as the Vampire race. Even more unsettling than that is her undeniable attraction to Julius and the taste of his blood. But before she can come to terms with her conflicting desires they must all survive the Demon onslaught and find a way to safeguard the truth of her heritage. While the supernatural bad guys know her as Angeli Morte, her friends call her Hellcat! If you like your heroine smart, sassy and absolutely kick-ass and your Vampire hero sexy as sin and twice as dangerous you’re going

A Collection of Original Short Stories


A Collection of Original Short Stories


$9.99


These stories are about lives struggles. “The Little Boy” is about a boy that did something good for his teacher. “The Doll” is about a girl that wanted a doll. “The Cow and the Goat” is about a goat that made a cow happy. “The Kitten” is about a lonely boy who settled for a pet. “The Christian Family” is about a family that brought souls to Christ. “The Boy and the Book” is about a boy that could not read. “The Little Play House” is about two children whose father rewarded them by building them a treehouse. “Mimi the Pig” is about a playful pig who got sad. “The Snowman” is about a boy who wanted a Christmas tree. “The Little Girl and the Moon” is about a girl who lost her one leg. “The Girl and the Beans” is about a girl that did not like beans. “Jimmy and the Ball” is about a boy that always wanted a ball. “Mr. Bell and His Little Car” is about a man who loves his little old car. “Katie and the Cat” is about a girl that loves cats. “The Boy and the Clown” is about a boy interested in becoming a clown. “Mr. Billy Goat” is about how the animals loved and respected a goat. ” The Little Flower Girl” is about a girl whose mother grew a flower garden. “The Little School Bus” is about a man that drives a school bus. “Jane and her Brother” is about a girl that helps her mother with her brother. “The Beach Boy” is about a boy that spends his free time on the beach. “Bill and His First Job” is about a boy who wanted a bike. “The Town of Bakemon and the Storm” is about a town that was hit by a storm. “Nancy’s Dream of Dancing” is about a girl who always wanted to be a dancer. “The Boy Goes Fishing” is about a boy who loves fishing. “The Man and His Boat” is about a man that likes to be by himself.

A Collection of Original Short Stories


A Collection of Original Short Stories


$9.99


These stories are about lives struggles. “The Little Boy” is about a boy that did something good for his teacher. “The Doll” is about a girl that wanted a doll. “The Cow and the Goat” is about a goat that made a cow happy. “The Kitten” is about a lonely boy who settled for a pet. “The Christian Family” is about a family that brought souls to Christ. “The Boy and the Book” is about a boy that could not read. “The Little Play House” is about two children whose father rewarded them by building them a treehouse. “Mimi the Pig” is about a playful pig who got sad. “The Snowman” is about a boy who wanted a Christmas tree. “The Little Girl and the Moon” is about a girl who lost her one leg. “The Girl and the Beans” is about a girl that did not like beans. “Jimmy and the Ball” is about a boy that always wanted a ball. “Mr. Bell and His Little Car” is about a man who loves his little old car. “Katie and the Cat” is about a girl that loves cats. “The Boy and the Clown” is about a boy interested in becoming a clown. “Mr. Billy Goat” is about how the animals loved and respected a goat. ” The Little Flower Girl” is about a girl whose mother grew a flower garden. “The Little School Bus” is about a man that drives a school bus. “Jane and her Brother” is about a girl that helps her mother with her brother. “The Beach Boy” is about a boy that spends his free time on the beach. “Bill and His First Job” is about a boy who wanted a bike. “The Town of Bakemon and the Storm” is about a town that was hit by a storm. “Nancy’s Dream of Dancing” is about a girl who always wanted to be a dancer. “The Boy Goes Fishing” is about a boy who loves fishing. “The Man and His Boat” is about a man that likes to be by himself.

A Collection Of Ten Short Stories For Children: Book 2


A Collection Of Ten Short Stories For Children: Book 2


$5.95


This is the second book. It is a collection of ten short stories for children. They are not only funny and enjoyable but they all have a message about behaviour, respect and appreciation. You can buy the stories in this book as individual books or you can buy this book as a collection and save money. This book collection contains the following stories: The Man Who Likes To Shout (1)There once was a goat herder who spent his days in the fields shouting at his goats. He enjoyed his work so much that when he was with other people he found that he had a problem which made them dislike him. Fortunately he was able to overcome his problem. The Sly Fox, The Sneaky Snake And The Dirty Rat (2)There was a little girl who lived with her grandma in a little house on the top of the hill. She enjoyed helping her grandma around the house and her grandma enjoyed teaching her all kinds of things. One day the little girl had to go to the market by herself. Her grandma told her that she should be careful. But could she avoid the sly fox, the sneaky snake and the dirty rat?The Big Fat Fly (3)Once upon a time long long ago there was an old town where people threw their rubbish into the streets and it was the animals that cleaned it up. This town was called Garbage town. The cats were quite smart and they were in charge of all the other animals. The flies weren’t happy so something had to be done.A Little Bird Who Likes to Sing and Dance (4)There was a happy little bird who loved to sing and dance and who enjoyed flying and playing with the other birds, it was a joy to watch him. He was a beautiful little bird and everyone that saw him would not fail to be impressed. He was full of life and full of happiness. Unfortunately for the little bird his happiness was taken away from him. The Uninvited Visitor (5)There was an old man and his wife who had worked hard all their lives in the city. They decided that they wanted a more quiet life so they moved to the countryside in the valley away from t

A Corpse In A Tea Cup


A Corpse In A Tea Cup


$2.99


If it’s Tuesday, it must be murder! Fans of OMG (Olivia M. Granville) and The Darling Valley Mystery Series, pick up your Bonus Gift with this brand new cozy mystery series featuring female sleuth, tea leaf reader, Tuesday. Tuesday made her debut in Darling Valley. Now welcome her as she embarks on her own collection of cozy mysteries set among the celebrities, film starts, film grunts, talents, scoundrels and saints in La La land. Tuesday, tea leaf reader and female sleuth extraordinaire, believed she was leaving behind murder and mayhem when she said goodbye to Darling Valley and her beloved BFF, Olivia. But none of her readings prepared her for the murder and mayhem awaiting at home in LA, starting with her favorite client, actress Holley Wood, texting that someone has threatened to kill her if she doesn’t withdraw from a film project. Suspense, danger and romance heat up for Tuesday when the teacups of the Mulberry Mafia, her clients at the upscale Mulberry Cat Café, keep showing a corpse and an ominous M. As the body count piles up, there is no mystery about the identity of the corpses. But does the M stand for murder, movie, money? A new man? Or is the Mulberry Cat Café itself in jeopardy? As Tuesday crosses swords with leggy, savvy Detective Kanesha Jameson who looks like Beyoncé with a badge; thorny Natasha, owner of the Café; the brilliant but caustic Chef Marco; and the various men stalking beautiful, innocent Holley, Tuesday also has to solve the mystery of the disappearance of a dubious treasure; decide whether to accept a gift from the romance gods and welcome an unwanted surprise visit from her past. Lighthearted Tuesday of the extravagantly eccentric wardrobe and blithe, ever positive lover of life Holley, find their lives taking a dark turn as they navigate troubled waters, the dark streets of LA in a shoot out, attempt to maintain their strong belief in the innate goodness of humanity, while always remaining ready for their close-ups.

A Dash of Magic


A Dash of Magic


$4.99


This second book in the acclaimed Bliss trilogy mixes the down-home heart-punch of Ingrid Law’s Newbery Honor Book Savvy, the always-on-the-edge-of-chaos comedy of Cheaper by the Dozen, and a humorous magic all its own to create a thoroughly original confection to please every reader’s sweet tooth! The Bliss family’s magical Cookery Booke was stolen by evil Aunt Lily at the end of Bliss, the first novel in the series. Now twelve-year-old Rosemary has a chance to win it back: she challenges her aunt to an Iron Chef-style international baking competition in Paris. But the only way to beat the cheating Aunt Lily is to gather magical ingredients of her own. Together with her brothers and their talking cat and mouse, Rose races across Paris-from the Eiffel Tower to the Cathedral of Notre Dame to the Mona Lisa in the Louvre Museum-to gather what she needs to out-bake-and out-magic-her conniving aunt. If Rose wins, the cherished Cookery Booke will return to her family where it belongs. If she loses-well, the consequences are too ugly to think about. .

A Dog Named Cat


A Dog Named Cat


$2.99


This book; A Dog Named Cat is a book for those who love cowboy poems with rhyme, rhythm, and lots of action. These poems are mostly true stories about the west when Ron was a young man.

A Fine Excess: An Australian Odyssey


A Fine Excess: An Australian Odyssey


$3.99


He’s caught in a rip tide off Kuta Beach in Bali: no one’s on shore to help; every time he cries out, the waters rush over him. Tony Speed is in free-fall. Near 30, a victim of the budget ax, he’s lost his first real job as an Instructor at a southern university. Cat Stevens, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin and John Lennon-the gods of his idolatry-all tell him to get out, just go. So he takes his life’s savings and chases his Japanese girlfriend to Tokyo. But Yoshiko dances to a different drummer, and before he knows it, Speed’s in Southeast Asia, knocked silly by a rip tide. That rip is the book’s central metaphor, as Speed travels through Asia and the “Lucky Country” of Australia, watching the fragmented pieces of his life play out like a kaleidoscope. Set in Bali and Australia, with flashbacks to Japan and the States, A Fine Excess is a novel that reads fast and goes deep-an On the Road for the new millennium-with a foot in this floating world, and a wing in the spiritual realms of East and West. It’s a book about the adventure of discovery, integrating our whirling selves with the mirroring chaos and beauty of the world. What’s Speed searching for, what does he want? An affirming vision… wholeness…someone and some place to hold onto. It’s the mid-70s, after all. Vietnam, Watergate, a worldwide recession form the crazy quilt he’s woven into. He joins Aussie friends Peter and Kay in hurricane-ravaged Darwin where he’s harassed by the local bar fauna-”Ockers.” With fellow wayfarer Dacy, he hitches a ride through the outback in a Holden station wagon piggybacking a lorry, the red dust of the Simpson Desert clogging every pore. In Coober Pedy, the mole-like denizens burrow into caves to escape the heat while ferreting night and day for fire-lit opals. It’s all Dante-esque-and exhilarating! Speed finds work in Adelaide, picking grapes for a winery. He settles in for a month of love-making with Colleen, a funny, pretty Canadian scientist who despises Aussie men.
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