This novel in verse tells the stories of two historical women, Lydea Gilbert and Katherine (Kate) Harrison, who lived along the frontier of the Connecticut River in the mid 1600s. They were healers, midwives, farmers and ordinary women who faced the struggles and joys of life in a wild new land. They were women in a Puritan culture, women of intuitive genius and healing powers, who lived through times where feminine power and the value of women’s lives was suspect and condemned.
After “The Good War,” years of peace pervaded the United States. Except for Rosie Riveter and the resurgence of feminism. Except for returning shell-shocked G. I.s and the two- or three-martini lunch. Except for the G. I. Bill that changed higher education. Except for Tuskegee Airmen and the Red Ball Express facing Brown v. Board of Education and Little Rock. Except for the Atomic Bomb. This is a novel examining all the changes facing men and women returning from World War II and its horrors. Set at the school of architecture at the University of Alabama.
...Man is an endangered species.
Is it the end of the world or the rebirth of a new one?
In A.D. 3000, Earth is a dystopian wasteland. When the Psychlos invaded, all the world’s armies mustered little resistance against the advanced alien weapons.
Now, all that stands between mankind and total extinction is Jonnie Goodboy Tyler—a courageous young warrior who must rally the survivors to fight for their freedom in a battle that explodes throughout the cosmic sprawl of the Psychlo Empire.
The fate of the Galaxy lies on the Battlefield of Earth.
What’s your pain, from zero to ten? How fast can you run on the floor, from zero to ten? How soon will you have burnout, from zero to ten? Over forty years of experience in nursing inspire all these stories, from joy to frustration to devastation.
Billed as the crime of the century in 1894, Murder at Minnesota Point tells the twisted true story of a young, unidentified woman found slain on the shores of Minnesota Point, Duluth, Minn. After she was buried in an unnamed pauper’s grave, her assailant breathed a temporary sigh of relief. Over the next two years, city detectives pursued numerous suspects from every corner of the country. The sensational story of a long-forgotten murder is one that the reader will not soon forget.
Bounced between foster homes since the age of seven, Jessica knows better than to set down roots. Most of the kids at her new Michigan high school think she’s a witch. The only one who gives her the time of day is geeky Oscar, who wants to recruit her fashion skills for his amateur cosplay group. Until a woman claiming to be her biological mother barges into her DMs. Jess is on a mission to reunite with her estranged biological mother—but is she willing to risk her new friends, cosplay championship, and even her future to do so?
From the big-mouthed basking shark to the ferocious great white, sharks are some of the most impressive predators swimming in the world’s oceans. The Genius Kid’s Guide to Sharks highlights more than 25 species of sharks, detailing what each species looks like, where it lives, and what it eats. The text also helps readers understand shark life cycles as well as when and why shark attacks may happen. Readers learn everything they need to know about these thrilling underwater creatures, as well as plenty of fun trivia to impress their friends.
Twas The Night Before Christmas (New York in 1822) is intended for everyone who loves the masterpiece of juvenile poetry. For the first time, the poem's own fascinating story is presented: a story that spans the centuries. Hundreds of vintage illustrations and spectacular works of art accompany a detailed commentary on cultural traditions inspired by the poem. This new giftbook is a testament to the poem's enduring popularity and a tribute to the work on its Bicentennial (1822/1823-2022/2023).
Transform Your Yard into a Place of Healing, Peace, and Power
I was delighted to delve into Laurel Woodward’s Backyard Garden Witchery, as someone who is looking to improve my gardening, loves to cook, and nerd out on botany—this book is a lovely collection of recipes, spells and folklore that will keep you reading and re-reading throughout your life! A perfect book for any kitchen witch, green witch, gardener, or foodie!—Dean Jones, podcaster and food writer for The Well-Seasoned Librarian podcast
Laurel Woodward teaches you how to build a relationship with the green world while keeping your backyard garden sacred and safe. You’ll explore plant energies and land spirits, the care of herb, vegetable, and flower gardens, working with your home’s soil and hardiness zone, and much more. Create a natural haven that feeds your sense of wonder and enhances your connection to the earth.
Build Relationships with Faeries and Connect with Nature on a Deep, Soulful Level
The natural world is integral to our spiritual and magical lives and the lives of faeries and nature spirits. With this book, you’ll discover how plants bridge the worlds and help us work with these extraordinary beings.
Drawing from folklore, history, and personal experience, Sandra Kynes teaches you all about faery magic and the unique ways that plants enhance your connection to the fae.
This comprehensive guide presents over one hundred profiles of common and obscure plants associated with faeries and nature spirits.
Sandra Kynes has gifted us with an inspiring and incredibly useful work in Magical Faery Plants. Her breadth of knowledge, experience and a clear connection with the faery realm are evident throughout…—Emily Carding, author of Seeking Faery
In this daring, poetic, and committed book, Jane Meredith gives us a Tree of Life that is truly alive, not a diagram or a set of doctrines, but a vibrant and ever-growing Tree, based in nature as well as ancient wisdom.—Rachel Pollack, author of Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom
This book takes you into the Tree of Life not as an observer but as an active participant who engages with every part of the Tree. Presenting dozens of rituals and meditations, Falling Through the Tree of Life immerses you in living, breathing magic.
A beautiful integration of Kabbalah and body/mind/spirit practices. Jane Meredith invites us to create an intimate relationship with the Divine through breath, movement, and writing.—Mat Auryn, best-selling author of Psychic Witch and Mastering Magick