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DOG FOOD

Adler and Coughlin
Hardcover

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This 112-page book pairs 50 charming black-and-white photographs of dogs with simple and inspiring quotes from a variety of sources. It celebrates those fun moments we share with our dogs, from feeding times to afternoon snacks enjoyed on the sly.


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FOOD FIGHT: THE CITIZEN'S GUIDE TO THE NEXT FOOD & FARM BILL

Imhoff, Kirschenmann
Paperback

Price: $11.12

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If you are interested in reforming America’s food system, we highly recommend this new guide. Informed input from concerned citizens is the only thing that will counter the powerful vested interests and bring us a fresh food/farm policy that serves public health, job creation, land stewardship and even national security.

Every five years, the U.S. Congress passes complex legislation called the Farm Bill. Primarily accountable for setting the budgets and work plans for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Farm Bill is the essential economic and policy engine that drives our food and farming system and provides nutritional assistance to tens of millions of Americans—many of them children. In recent years, more and more citizens are realizing just how much is at stake in this political chess game.

Originally published in 2007, Food Fight is Daniel Imhoff's highly acclaimed primer on the complex issues contained within the Farm Bill. Now in an updated and expanded edition, Imhoff looks at this important issue. Food Fight offers a critical resource that can help concerned citizens deconstruct this challenging bill, organize in their communities and press their elected representatives to serve the public good, rather than vested interests.

The Guide explains:
  • The Farm Bill’s connection to the national obesity epidemic…
  • The problems with subsidizing the expansion of corn-based ethanol…
  • The myths of “cheap food”…
  • Who wins and who loses from heavily subsidized industrial ag systems.
If you eat, pay taxes, and care about the health of our citizenry, the fate of family farmers or our country’s food security, this book is for you.

Includes a foreword by Michael Pollan.


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A PROMISE FOR ELLIE (DAUGHTERS OF BLESSING BOOK 1)

Lauraine Snelling
Paperback

Price: $7.11

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Ellie can't wait to graduate. She and Andrew have been waiting to get married, but Andrew announces …

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Ellie can't wait to graduate. She and Andrew have been waiting to get married, but Andrew announces they have to postpone the wedding. As their plans unravel, it looks as if their love may not survive. Is this the end of their dream?


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THE MATCHMAKER

D. Susan Rutz
Paperback

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Seven-year-old Georgia Malloy thinks her father, Patrick, is lonely so she decides to find him a wife. T…

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Seven-year-old Georgia Malloy thinks her father, Patrick, is lonely so she decides to find him a wife. Then Georgia meets Virginia and decides she would be perfect for her father. When Patrick and Virginia meet they get off to a rocky start, but as they get to know each other things change.


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LAST CHILD IN THE WOODS

Richard Louv
Paperback

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"I like to play indoors better 'cause that's where all the electrical outlets are," reports a fourth-grader. Never b…

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"I like to play indoors better 'cause that's where all the electrical outlets are," reports a fourth-grader. Never before in history have children been so plugged in—and so out of touch with the natural world. In this groundbreaking new work, child advocacy expert Richard Louv directly links the lack of nature in the lives of today's wired generation—he calls it nature deficit—to some of the most disturbing childhood trends, such as rises in obesity, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), and depression.

Some startling facts: By the 1990s the radius around the home where children were allowed to roam on their own had shrunk to a ninth of what it had been in 1970. Today, average eight-year-olds are better able to identify cartoon characters than native species, such as beetles and oak trees, in their own community. The rate at which doctors prescribe antidepressants to children has doubled in the last five years, and recent studies show that too much computer use spells trouble for the developing mind.

Nature-deficit disorder is not a medical condition; it is a description of the human costs of alienation from nature. This alienation damages children and shapes adults, families, and communities. There are solutions, though, and they're right in our own backyards. Last child in the Woods is the first book to bring together cutting-edge research showing that direct exposure to nature is essential for healthy childhood development—physical, emotional, and spiritual. What's more, nature is a potent therapy for depression, obesity, and ADD. Environment-based education dramatically improves standardized test scores and grade point averages and develops skills in problem solving, critical thinking, and decision making. Even creativity is stimulated by childhood experiences in nature.

Yet sending kids outside to play is increasingly difficult. Computers, television, and video games compete for their time, of course, but it's also our fears of traffic, strangers, even virus-carrying mosquitoes—fears the media exploit—that keep children indoors. Meanwhile, schools assign more and more homework, and there is less and less access to natural areas.

Parents have the power to ensure that their daughter or son will not be the "last child in the woods," and this book is the first step toward that nature-child reunion.


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THE REAPER'S SONG (book #4 Red River of the North series)

Lauraine Snelling
Paperback

Price: $7.14

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Ingeborg and Haakan Bjorklund realize their dreams won't come true without a struggle. When Haakan g…

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Ingeborg and Haakan Bjorklund realize their dreams won't come true without a struggle. When Haakan goes out of town, leaving the fields idle, Ingebord frets over work yet to be done. Fearing an early change of seasons, she takes matters into her own hands.


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THE CALIFORNIOS

LOUIS LAMOUR
Paperback

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Capt. Sean Mulkerin came home from the sea to find his family's Malibu ranch in jeopardy. The death of…

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Capt. Sean Mulkerin came home from the sea to find his family's Malibu ranch in jeopardy. The death of Sean's father had pushed the Mulkerins to the edge of financial ruin. Now it's up to Sean to find a way for them to hold on.


Rumor has it that the elder Mulkerin had found the gold in the wild and haunted California hills, but the only clue to its whereabouts lies with an ancient, enigmatic Indian. Furthermore, Sean finds himself surrounded by creditors, greedy neighbors and ruthless gunman who are watching his every move.


When Sean and his brother set forth to retrace their father's footsteps, they know they are in search of a questionable treasure — with a ghostly figure as their only guide. Before they reach their destination, the Mulkerins will test both the limits of their faith and the laws of nature as they seek salvation in a landscape where reality can blur like the sand and sky in a desert mirage.


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THE GALLANT OUTLAW

Gilbert Morris
Paperback

Price: $7.14

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At seventeen, Betsy Winslow is certain she will never measure up to her beautiful older sister, Lani…

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At seventeen, Betsy Winslow is certain she will never measure up to her beautiful older sister, Lanie. So, when handsome Vic Perrago begins showering her with attention, Betsy is flattered, feeling attractive and desirable for the first time in her life.


When Vic persuades her to elope, Betsy naively envisions a life of grandeur as a rancher’s wife. All her dreams come crashing down, however, when she realizes the man she loves is not who he claimed to be at all.


When Lanie learns of her sister’s predicament, she determines to bring her home. But amid the dangers of the Indian Territories, her best hope of finding Betsy may be a shiftless outlaw…


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SANCTUARY

Beverly & David Lewis
Paperback

Price: $6.60

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A compelling tale of love, secrets and suspense sure to capture hearts. This is a story of a husband…

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A compelling tale of love, secrets and suspense sure to capture hearts. This is a story of a husband and wife separated first by peril and then by a lifetime of secrets. It tells of a woman in danger, of her husband's love and of the tiny Amish community where she flees for protection.


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THE MAN FROM SKIBBEREEN

LOUIS LAMOUR
Paperback

Price: $2.72

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Crispin Mayo was a stranger to the law of the gun. He had come west from Ireland to seek his fortune …

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Crispin Mayo was a stranger to the law of the gun. He had come west from Ireland to seek his fortune — one man with nothing but his fists to protect him. What he found instead was trouble. A cutthroat band of Confederate renegades were planning a train kidnapping. It was none of Mayo's business — until the desperate plea of a lady changed his mind. Soon the diehard rebels would be very sorry indeed they'd ever crossed paths with the lone man from Skibbereen.

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