Lost Springtime

Author: Julian Dana
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Life

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Life

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The 4 Season Solution

Author: Dallas Hartwig
Editor: Atria Books
ISBN: 1982115157
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New York Times bestselling coauthor of the runaway bestsellers The Whole30 and It Starts With Food presents a paradigm-shifting plan that shows you how to boost energy, improve health, and feel happier by living more in tune with the seasons. With his runaway bestsellers It Starts with Food and The Whole30, health trailblazer Dallas Hartwig has helped millions of people improve their lives by changing how they eat. In this groundbreaking new book, he reveals the antidote to today’s epidemics of burnout, weight gain, disease, and fatigue. Rooted in ancestral health, yet designed for our busy, modern lives, The 4 Season Solution is a blueprint for not just eating better, but living better. Not long ago, our ancestors lived according to the changing seasons, adjusting how they slept, ate, moved, and even socialized throughout the year. But today, we are more disconnected from the natural world than ever. We wake before the sun rises and go to bed long after it sets. We eat tropical fruits in the dead of winter. We exercise in climate-controlled environments. We connect virtually instead of emotionally. Our lives are frenetic, stressful, and exhausting. In other words, we are living in a chronic summer, and it’s killing us. Packed with crucial research and clear-eyed writing, The 4 Season Solution provides a new, sustainable model for living in sync with the natural world. By making small but meaningful changes to the four keys of wellness—how you sleep, eat, move, and connect—over the course of the year, you will reclaim your health, regain your energy, and let go of excess weight. At once a bold new philosophy and an accessible plan to live well all year long, The 4 Season Solution is a new health paradigm for an increasingly unhealthy world.

Lost Spring

Author: Anees Jung
Editor: Penguin Group
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Case studies of economically disadvantaged children and their labor in different Indian industries.

Songs And Sonnets Of Springtime

Author: Constance Naden
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A Wedding In Springtime

Author: Amanda Forester
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ISBN: 1402271794
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Named one of Booklist's Top 101 Romances of the Last 10 Years! "This entertaining novel is a diamond of the first order." Booklist STARRED review Miss Eugenia Talbot committed the grave faux pas of laughing in front of Her Majesty, if she doesn't marry at once, she may never marry at all. William Grant got her into this mess, but their ideas on how to get her out of it may differ... Miss Eugenia Talbot's presentation to the queen is spoiled by a serious faux pas?the despicable William Grant made her laugh, right in front of Her Majesty. Now Eugenia is ruined and had better marry?someone, anyone?at once... Roguish William Grant has never taken anything seriously in his life. Until he meets Eugenia Talbot, who makes him feel and do things he never thought he would. Now Eugenia's great sense of humor and kindheartedness may be her undoing, unless William can help her find a husband. To his surprise, that's the last thing he wants to do... A witty and suspenseful historical romance, fans of Sabrina Jeffries, Julia Quinn and Stephanie Laurens will love the antics and intrigues of Miss Eugenia Talbot. Marriage Mart Series: A Wedding in Springtime (Book 1) A Booklist Top Romance of the last 10 years! A Midsummer Bride (Book 2) A witty, suspenseful Regency romance A Winter Wedding (Book 3) A terrifically fun Regency romance of spies and brides What readers are saying about A Wedding in Springtime: "historical romance at its finest!" "a delightful Regency romp with a touch of humor, passion, and mystery." "The mystery and suspense she tangles in with the romance was like a cherry on a sundae!" "A truly delightful story full of humor" "simply delightful with storytelling filled with charm, heart and a good dose of addictive fun." What reviewers are saying about A Wedding in Springtime: "a must-read." - Publishers Weekly "...a warm, humorous jaunt through Regency England-and she delivers with a cast of engaging characters and delightful intrigue." - RT Book Reviews "Amanda Forester gives us likable characters, snappy dialog, and sweet, sweet romance." - Drey's Library "To every Historical Romance lover, or just Romance lovers, this book is a must-try and should be on your TBR pile!" - Proserpine Craving Books What everyone is saying about Amanda Forester: "Unforgettable, entertaining, and well worth the read."-Romance Fiction Suite 101, on True Highland Spirit "Elegant writing...beautifully written dialogue and attention to detail. Enthusiasts of historical romance will undoubtedly enjoy this."-Long and Short of It Reviews, on The Highlander's Heart

Hearts Of Pine

Author: Joshua D. Pilzer J. D.
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199912432
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In the wake of the Asia-Pacific War, Korean survivors of the "comfort women" system-those bound into sexual slavery for the Japanese military during the war-lived under great pressure not to speak about what had happened to them. Hearts of Pine brings us into the lives of three such survivors: Pak Duri, Mun Pilgi, and Bae Chunhui. Over the course of eight years, author Joshua Pilzer worked with these now-elderly women, smoking with them, eating with them, singing and playing with them, trying to understand and document their worlds of song. During four decades of secrecy and the subsequent decades of the "comfort women" protest movement, singing served these women as a means of coping with and expressing their experiences, forging and sustaining identities and social relationships, and recording and conveying their struggles and philosophies of life. Through these intimate portraits, Hearts of Pine illustrates the personal and social power of music vis-?-vis other expressive media, models a humanistic history of modern Korean music, and presents heretofore unrecorded histories of the "comfort women" system and postwar South Korean public culture written in women's song.

Henrik S Forest Home Or A Better Springtime Cometh By The Author Of Ben And Kit

Author: Mary Emma Drewson
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The New Springtime

Author: Robert Silverberg
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0575106360
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The death-stars had come, and they had kept on coming for hundreds of thousands of years, falling upon the Earth, swept upon it by a vagrant star that had passed through the outer reaches of the solar system. They brought with them a time of unending darkness and cold. It was an event that occured every twenty-six million years, and there was no turning it aside. But all that was done with now. At last the death-stars had ceased to fall, the sky had cleared of dust and cinders, the sun's warmth again was able to break through the clouds. The glaciers relinquished their hold on the land; the Long Winter ended; the New Springtime began. The world was born anew. Now each year was warmer than the last. The fair seasons of spring and summer, long lost from the world, came again with increasing power. And the People, having survived the dark time in their sealed cocoons, were spreading rapidly across the fertile land. But others were already there. The hjjks, the somber cold-eyed insect-folk, had never retreated, even at the time of greatest chill. The world had fallen to them by default, and they had been its sole masters for seven hundred thousand years. They were not likely to share it gladly now . . .

Catalog Of Copyright Entries

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Sartain S Union Magazine Of Literature And Art

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Sartain S Union Magazine Of Literature And Art

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Catalog Of Copyright Entries

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The Ladies Repository

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Book Review Digest

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Springtime In Savannah

Author: Gail Ann Warner
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449740936
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It seemed a normal spring morning in Savannah until Jonathan Rayburn heard an angelic voice on Monterey Square. Within moments of setting eyes upon the exceptionally beautiful Keri McGuire, he welcomed her to his beloved city and into his heart. In the days ahead, his faith is severely tested because of one homeless man and a civil lawsuit. Daniel Stanton, a busy attorney in St. Augustine, arrived at Mrs. Quinn's home, questioning why his father's client has requested his legal advice. One portrait upstairs caught his attention; one nearly identical portrait in the music room captured his wishful thoughts. Never in his life had he been so disappointed when he actually met the granddaughter from Milwaukee. While Laura Martin challenged his ethics, he prayed to be a man of conviction.