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Keeping Healthy by Keeping Track with Bonus CD

The enclosed CD of 95 CHARTS contains more health charts than any other source for maintaining personal health records. It allows you to keep records on the computer and also make hard copies to put in a 3-ring binder for on-the-go use. These easy-to-use charts cover general and specific health matters, including diabetes, cancer, allergies and heart disease.

On the Road to Redemption

On the Road to Redemption is a look at God’s luminary hand as it guides us through pain and strength. It’s a look at His graceful love that sometimes retrieves our souls, directing us down a confusing but gratifying road.

If I Just Had Someone to Tell Me

We live in an unprecedented time in human history. Never before has there been such a time when we have such a glaring rate of broken homes at once. For too many years,dating as far back as history of this country and beyond, this issue has crippled the institution of family.

Monsters and Miracles: Henry Bergh's America

Monsters and Miracles is the story of a complex and conflicted warrior for children and animals who changed the consciousness of a nation more than a century ago. As an animal advocate, I love the story of Henry Bergh, founder of the first animal protection society in America. It is simply a must-read for anyone interested in the humane movement and true American heroes. - Rory Freedman, author of Beg and co-author of Skinny Bitch. Henry Bergh is widely thought to have started the animal protection movement in America and now, thanks to Gary Kaskel's intelligent and compelling biography, we know how how this came to be. Kaskel paints a detailed and personal portrait of the man who taught us to respect animals. This is an important book that will be on the shelf for years to come-and it's a great read. - Elizabeth Hess, author of Nim Chimpsky: The Chimp Who would Be Human and Lost and Found. Kaskel has woven an urbane and atmospheric tale of New York and Europe in the mid-19th century and an aristocrat's passionate crusade not only to bring America forward on the subject of animal cruelty and children's rights but for meaning and purpose in his own life. - Andrew Gross, author of The Dark Tide and The Blue Zone

Flocks: A Buster Bird Adventure

Flocks is a story about Buster McGull and his family. The seagull family is moving to the small town of Cape Cobblenest, Massachusetts, where the streets are lined with birdhouses and cobblestones. Buster worries if he will make friends in his new town. The town birds wonder if Maggie and her cronies will ruin the annual Dunk-N-Dive competition games. A townhall meeting is called. Can Maggie and her cronies be stopped before they ruin the games?

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Anna's Secret Legacy
by S.A. Williams