The mercenary Carl Malinowsk’s mission was to capture Colombia’s most high-profile drug lord. After doing so, he is confronted with a choice between the life he has and the life he wants. In love with Gabriele, the girl of his dreams, Carl maintains a double life for as long as he can. Gabriele loves him, but she is carrying her own secrets. His two worlds collide when he realizes that he must go back to the jungle, save a hostage, and fight to gain back the life he wants.
ReadersMagnet proudly presents Gabriella Nagy’s colorfully immersive and visually hypnotizing book “Moonlight Dance”, in which the stars align and the beautiful animals of nature dance together in a magnificently synchronized harmony to wish you the happiest of all happy birthdays- a perfect book for stimulating the young mind with vivid artistry and imaginative storytelling.
In this study, author Eugene Paul, MD, who has been practicing general internal medicine for more than thirty years, critiques what is loosely regarded as medical science. He reminds us that, in terms of our knowledge base, we are frequently skating on thin ice and that certainty is elusive at best.
Katie and Kenny Tour the Railroad by Keith Niles Corman | Book Trailer - YouTube Raise your children’s railroad safety awareness with Keith Niles Corman’s kid-friendly book “Katie and Kenny Tour the Railroad”- follow these two furry rascals as they engage in healthy learning and fun while exploring the important in's and out's of railroad safety, while aboard a train with their father. Safety first!
Because It’s Wrong: Bullies vs. Nazis by Lydia Greico M.A. equips readers with the tools and information they need to combat bullying. Bullying is wrong, whether in school, the workplace, or the community. No one deserves to be bullied. Because It’s Wrong: Bullies vs. Nazis will empower readers to stand up to bullies and bullying.
I am happy to share my experience growing up on the plains of South Dakota, completing grade school in a one-room school, surviving blizzards, including getting lost in our yard. I have virtually all positive memories, for example I remember being in severe pain, but I don't remember the pain. I can look back and see points where a different decision by me would have changed my life, but not necessarily better for me.