In this book, Dr. Stanley Cohen, a pediatric gastroenterologist and nutritionist with longstanding interest in infant nutrition, provides a practical and pragmatic approach to a major concern for new mothers. The author's innovative, cost-sensitive methods can save both new and seasoned parents hundreds to thousands of dollars yearly and improve their families' nutrition at the same time.
"Political consultant Dev Conrad had the feeling that his very married client Senator Robert Logan was a lot more involved with the beautiful and mysterious Tracy Cabot than he wanted to admit. But he leanred too late that Cabot was a spy working for a shadowy right-wing organization---too late beacuse by then she'd been found murdered in Senator's Logan's fishing cabin, and the police are certain that he killed her. But Conrad finds numerous suspects in the senator's mansion and in the some what comic but dangerous figure of political saboteur Howie Ruskin. With the campaign hotting up and the battle for votes becoming increasingly brutal, can Dev find the real killer and win the election for his client?"--From publisher description.
A shattered Army veteran and a mischievous party girl, Roger Holder and Cathy Kerkow commandeered Western Airlines Flight 701 as a vague protest against the war. Through a combination of savvy and dumb luck, the couple managed to flee across an ocean with a half-million dollars in ransom, a feat that made them notorious around the globe.
A half-century tribute to the iconic rock-and-rock band is presented through a lens of their most representative songs, analyzing the role of classic hits in popular culture while explaining how their lyrics reflect their personal experiences.
"A preview of the post-mechanistic, holistic world in 2020 and 2030 as well as a map of the obstacles we must overcome to get there"--Provided by publisher.
In popular culture, Wyatt Earp is the hero of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona, and a beacon of rough justice in the tumultuous American West. The subject of dozens of films, he has been invoked in battles against organized crime (in the 1930s), communism (in the 1950s), and al-Qaeda (after 2001). Yet as the historian Andrew C. Isenberg reveals in "Wyatt Earp: A Vigilante Life," the Hollywood Earp is largely a fiction--one created by none other than Earp himself. The lawman played on-screen by Henry Fonda and Burt Lancaster is stubbornly duty-bound; in actuality, Earp led a life of impulsive lawbreaking and shifting identities. When he wasn't wearing a badge, he was variously a thief, a brothel bouncer, a gambler, and a confidence man. As Isenberg writes, "He donned and shucked off roles readily, whipsawing between lawman and lawbreaker, and pursued his changing ambitions recklessly, with little thought to the cost to himself, and still less thought to the cost, even the deadly cost, to others." By 1900, Earp's misdeeds had caught up with him: his involvement as a referee in a fixed heavyweight prizefight brought him national notoriety as a scoundrel. Stung by the press, Earp set out to rebuild his reputation. He spent his last decades in Los Angeles, where he befriended Western silent film actors and directors. Having tried and failed over the course of his life to invent a better future for himself, in the end he invented a better past. Isenberg argues that even though Earp, who died in 1929, did not live to see it, Hollywood's embrace of him as a paragon of law and order was his greatest confidence game of all.
Offers the recipes and origin stories of over forty desserts, including New York cheesecake, gingerbread men, and animal crackers.
Presents a program that shows how to integrate a healthy lifestyle, maintain a healthy weight, and live longer.
Clean is an M.D.'s program designed to be easily incorporated into our busy schedule while providing all the practical tools necessary to support and rejuvenate our bodies. The effect is transformative: nagging health problems will suddenly disappear, extra weight will drop away, and for the first time in our lives, we will experience what it truly means to feel healthy.--Publisher's description.
Reveals how John's teachings in the Gospel of John, which centered around heightened consciousness, inner being, and an immanent sense of God, are more relevant in today's post-Christian world than ever before.
Cursed with longevity and an immunity to the cold, a lovelorn eighteenth-century Russian noble traverses two hundred years of history and three continents while investigating the truth about his strange physiology.
"Along the West coast, a range of people--from families with young children, to immigrants recapturing their homeland culture, to idealistic twenty-somethings seeking community--are turning their urban backyards into modern-day homesteads. Lori Eanes reveals the lives of 35 of these urban farmers through her photographs and stories"--P.  of cover.
"Ralph Simon is once again whisked-off to work in conjunction with the agency and occupation he's detested for over thirty-years. This time it's to aid a friend in need and to help the man who's taken his place within the agency in battling the mighty drug cartels from Columbia to Mexico, not to mention every American crime family involved with distribution of their illegal and dangerous products; starting with the ever-popular drug, Mexican Ice. In doing so, Ralph develops a rekindled sense of patriotism and angers the woman of his dreams, as well as the cartels, creating contention at home and threats on both their lives. Disgruntled players enmeshed with the cartels have kidnapped the lovely environmentalist geochemist Dr. Samantha Boyer upon discovering Ralph s involvement to curtail their smuggling operations. Can he complete the mission and rescue the woman he loves more than life itself before total disaster strikes home, country and the emanate death of Sam herself?"--From publisher description.
"Unifying spirit and science through geometry and symbolism"--From publisher description.
"Kyle West is a wanted man. Having fled the country to escape the false charges filed against himself and his former boss, billionaire government contractor Christopher Chandler, Kyle's hiding in Cambodia, living on borrowed time and finding more and morereasons to be paranoid. When a mysterious stranger named Julian Robinson walks into Kyle's favorite café and offers to swap passports with Kyle, Kyle can't believe his luck. Robinson looks so much like Kyle it's almost unreal, and seems in every way the yin to his yang-- self-assured, charismatic and wealthy beyond measure. Traveling on business, Robinson needs Kyle's passport to get to reach Africa, where a lucrative deal awaits. Kyle needs Robinson's passport to safely flee Cambodia. The swap seems almost too good to be true. And it is. This switch plunges Kyle into a Pandora's Box of intrigue that threatens to swallow him whole. Suddenly he finds himself being pursued by Russian oligarchs, Chinese operatives, the CIA, and abeautiful woman trained to kill. Robinson certainly isn't who he seemed. And time is running out for Kyle to discover who he is"--Jacket.
Debunks common dating myths that breed cynicism, insecurity, and anxiety, and provides advice on dating more effectively from both male and female perspectives.
Former piano prodigy Nastya Kashnikov wants two things: to get through high school without anyone learning about her past and to make the boy who took everything from her-her identity, her spirit, her will to live-pay. All Josh Bennett wants is to be left alone, and everyone allows it because they all know his story: each person he loved was taken from his life until at seventeen years old there was no one left. When your name is synonymous with death, people tend to give you your space. Everyone except Nastya, a new girl in town who won't go away until she's insinuated herself into every aspect of his life.
After an accident, renowned translator Hanne Schubert loses the ability to speak her native language. Speaking only Japanese, she leaves for Japan where she is forced to reexamine her life, including her estranged relationship with her daughter, after a Japanese novelist accuses her of sabotaging his work.
Our current food system is sick and getting sicker, and it's time to return our emphasis to top-quality ingredients that are farmed and harvested in the most ethical ways. Fermenting food is a creative and inexpensive way to enhance the nutritive properties of your favorite foods and to introduce exciting flavors into your weekly menus.
Fullilove demonstrates that America's global primacy in the second half of the twentieth century was enabled by the earlier work of Roosevelt and his five extraordinary representatives from 1939-1941. Together these men and their president took the United States into the war and, by defeating domestic isolationists and foreign enemies, into the world.
The author, founder and CEO of Living with Certainty, LLC, presents her multi-faceted approach to creating a life of deep-soul joy. Includes information on dwelling with awareness and sensing universal interconnectivity; discovering your individual soul-view; resonating high-frequency energy vibrations to align with your spiritual power frequency; eliminating static-inducing elements in thoughts, beliefs, relationships, and actions; listening to an internal instruction system; and following the universal guidance inherent in signs, signals, symbols, and synchronicities.
The six-year-old pageant queen and her family infuse their down-to-earth redneck style, humor, and homespun values into this guide to everything Honey Boo Boo.