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Preview The Cat Said What? by Paula Lester
A short, fun read about cat care and behavior.
Lily, a cat with a bit of an attitude, has braved being ostracized by her species-mates by sitting down to talk with veterinarian Paula Lester. She’s revealed how cats think, feel, and behave and given insight into what they need and want from humans.
You’ll love this delightful and funny book, which delivers accurate and real information about cats in a whimsical way.
Preview Think Like an Entrepreneur: Transforming Your Career and Taking Charge of Your Life by Deborah Bailey
Tired of being at the mercy of the economy? Have you been downsized orare you keeping your head down, hoping that things will get better?
This book will help you to:
Transfer your current skills into a new career
Transition from employee to entrepreneur-even if you don’t know where to start
Gain control over your life and have more financial freedom
Discover your purpose, follow your dreams and live a fulfilled life
Start over after a job at any age or stage in your career
Even if you don’t want to go into business for yourself, you’ll learn how entrepreneurial traits can help you to succeed!
Trees Tall as Mountains by Rachel Devenish Ford
In 2005, Rachel Devenish Ford, 25-year-old pregnant mother of two, moved with her husband to the woods of Northern California and began her blog, Journey Mama. In writing about her life—all the funny things, the sad things, and the beautiful— she found a way to see it again for the first time, and a way to cultivate joy in a life that had been overwhelming to her. In the process, she encouraged and inspired people around the world.
The first in a series, Trees Tall as Mountains is a collection of the best posts of the first three years of Journey Mama. In them, Rachel Devenish Ford describes life in an intentional community, her love for her Superstar Husband, her dysfunctional relationship with large grocery stores, and the antics of her young children. As Rachel works to overcome sometimes crushing anxiety, love the people around her, and grow in her faith in God, she writes about it all with tenderness and humor. Funny and profound, Trees Tall as Mountains is a life-changing book.
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