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By Bhaskar Dasgupta
This book is a collection of writings, which include a play and several poems written for the family. Umrao Mary Jaan (based on the Urdu novel written in 1899 by Mohammad Hadi Mirza) is the tragic story of a talented, beautiful, courtesan from the court of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah in Lucknow. The story is told through the eyes of a Victorian woman ,Mary Jane (Mary jaan) ,whose life runs in parallel and is inexorably inter-linked with Umrao Jaan’s life and shared tragedy. The story unites the different strands of human, social and political events - the rise of British imperialism and Raj, turbulent late nineteenth century India, devastation of war, the exploitation of women both in Mughal India and Victorian England, and the heroic story of two exceptional women who rise above this maelstrom to form a unique bond as a beacon of humanity. The book then follows with a collection of poems written for family occasions. Sometimes trivial and often sentimental vividly reliving mundane day-to-day events. The verses aptly qualify for the title of the book, Memories of No Consequence, tempered by the alchemy of persistence eternal.
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By Bhaskar Dasgupta
This book is a collection of writings, which include a play and several poems written for the family. Umrao Mary Jaan (based on the Urdu novel written in 1899 by Mohammad Hadi Mirza) is the tragic story of a talented, beautiful, courtesan from the court of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah in Lucknow. The story is told through the eyes of a Victorian woman ,Mary Jane (Mary jaan) ,whose life runs in parallel and is inexorably inter-linked with Umrao Jaan’s life and shared tragedy. The story unites the different strands of human, social and political events - the rise of British imperialism and Raj, turbulent late nineteenth century India, devastation of war, the exploitation of women both in Mughal India and Victorian England, and the heroic story of two exceptional women who rise above this maelstrom to form a unique bond as a beacon of humanity. The book then follows with a collection of poems written for family occasions. Sometimes trivial and often sentimental vividly reliving mundane day-to-day events. The verses aptly qualify for the title of the book, Memories of No Consequence, tempered by the alchemy of persistence eternal.
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By Robert William Stephen
This book is a collection of songs that I have stand from beginning to end.
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By William Bix
Once upon a time, many years ago, in the deep part of the forest, there was a gray house that looked rather frightening. It seemed as if no one lived there because the windows were full of spiderwebs and the glass was so filthy it was impossible to see inside the house. In fact, there was someone else—a witch known all around the world as Rosie the Witch.
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By Bruce Meland

This e-Book will inform you about the history and breaking news of Cannabis (marijuana and hemp), compiled by the aurhor. Topics include ancient Chinese healthcare with MA (hemp), discovery of marijuana found in a ancient Euro-Asia tomb, marijuana pollen found in Egyptian pharaoh's tombs and marijuana mentioned in the Bible.

 

This publication is divided into 2 sections: Marijuana and Hemp. In the Marijuana Section , Bruce Meland and Fred Gardner, editor of O’Shaugnessy’s News Service, write an article about Charlotte’s Web, the miracle marijuana plant that is helping children with epilepsy. After great client success with Charlotte's Web in Colorado, Stanley Brother's, Realm of Caring Foundation, established another client program in California and then to many other states. Sabrina Fendrick, Director of Women's Out Reach, and member of NORML, National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana, writes an article about The Prohibition Industrial Complex. Articles in the hemp section include hemp farming and hemp manufacturing in Canada and China. Canada and China are marketing their hemp products to the United States and worldwide. Ben Aalvik of Pure Happiness Clothing, writes an article about "The Dangers of Synthetic And Treated Fabrics" Other articles include information about EnviroTextiles, the largest distributor of hemp fabrics, clothing and textiles worldwide. In other articles include the use of hemp fibers in making better batteries hemp CBD oils in helping brain injuries and cancer. . Information contained herein should give the reader a better understanding of cannabis and it's use in societies worldwide. Updated information will be available on our website: www.marijuanaingardenofeden.com 



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By Maria Ford
This book is about a child who is curious about different sounds, but likes who they are the best.
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By Loretta Acosta
In every school across the United States, at least one child is being bullied, or we have heard of it at least. At times, teachers, parents, or children witness bullies at their school. Usually, the student’s attention is called in, and the student is reprimanded. This does not stop the behavior though. As educators and parents, it’s important to look into what is causing children’s or students’ behaviors. Once we tap into the problem, we could work on changing the behavior. No one likes to be bullied, but it happens. These bullies are the ones that we would love to stomp flat as an ant. Reality sets in, and you can’t do it out of fear. Fear is the evil of silence, which only gives the bully more ammunition to carry on with their bulling. Encourage students to analyze the cause of bullying, and let me come up with a solution to stop it. Empower students, and they shall deliver. Jose and Hector are best friends who fear another student named Rafael. There is not a day of the week that goes by that Rafael doesn’t get into trouble. Rafael is the bully of the school and doesn’t care what consequences he is given. A group of friends is tired of his bullying and wants to do something about it. They seek advice from one of their teachers, who gets them to thinking about Rafael’s behavior. They find that there are underlying reasons why Rafael behaves the way he does. They make a plan to help him stop being a bully.
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By Loretta Acosta
Every day a child is exposed to law enforcement coming into the home and handcuffing their dad and taking him away. Can you imagine what is going on in the child’s mind or the image they are developing of the officers? We need to make children understand that crime in our society does not only affect the person committing it but also affects the family. We need to reach out and take a moment to explain the real issues at hand and what the things that need to be in place in order to make a change are. Communication is the key. Children have a negative view about officers. The blame is placed on the police for doing their job. In reality, they wouldn’t be there if a crime hadn’t been committed. But at the same time, it’s important to see what effects it has on family members. Children need to be reassured that the father has an important role in the family by working with social service and the police department to work together to make something positive happen for all parties. Ricardo is a young child who is trying to cope with his dad being handcuffed and dragged away to jail. Ricardo doesn’t understand what is going on; he sees the police officers as the bad guys. Ricardo doesn’t realize that his father has broken the law and that it’s the police’s job to capture criminals and incarcerate them. Ricardo’s mom explains to him why his dad was taken away. She sets the tone that if they both keep in touch with his dad and let him know how much they love him and how they could help him after he is released, his dad would be with them forever.
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By Julian Lorenzana
In Puppy Love, three abandoned, scrawny puppies are rescued by a family. There are three pets living with the family already so father plans to put the puppies up for adoption as soon as they regain their healthy appearance. His plans go awry as his three little daughters refuse to give them up. Soon, the entire family falls under the spell of the puppies and father has a tougher time deciding whether to keep them or put them up for adoption as planned. Will the puppies stay with the family or will they be adopted? Read the story and find out.
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By Louis J. Marino
One Christmas many years ago, Louis’s stepson gave him a Christmas tree ornament, a wood carved Santa sitting astride a chicken. He couldn’t help wonder what the story was behind such a ridiculous ornament. He tried to find some clue as to its origin but found nothing. So to satisfy his own curiosity, he wrote this poem to give the Santa life. He would read it to his grandchildren every Christmas until they grew up. Now since his oldest grandson, Louis Lonsway, has grown into a talented illustrator, he suggested to him that he illustrate the story and that together, they would try to produce a new Christmas legend.
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By Louis J. Marino
One Christmas many years ago, Louis’s stepson gave him a Christmas tree ornament, a wood carved Santa sitting astride a chicken. He couldn’t help wonder what the story was behind such a ridiculous ornament. He tried to find some clue as to its origin but found nothing. So to satisfy his own curiosity, he wrote this poem to give the Santa life. He would read it to his grandchildren every Christmas until they grew up. Now since his oldest grandson, Louis Lonsway, has grown into a talented illustrator, he suggested to him that he illustrate the story and that together, they would try to produce a new Christmas legend.
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By Miss Wally
This illustrated children’s book is a morality play in rhyming verse, intended to teach children the importance of being nice and considerate to each other, or face the consequences. The main character, Renie the Meanie, is a self-centered brat who is the center of her own world and enjoys playing often cruel practical jokes on her playmates. Her loving and caring parents tell her she should be kind to her peers and behave herself, but she ignores them and goes around hurting the feelings of her friends. When her mother and father warn her that Christmas is coming and Santa Claus is watching what she does, she scoffs at them. Then, on Christmas Eve, true to her nature, instead of going to sleep and waiting for Christmas morning to arrive, bad little Renie sneaks downstairs to wait for Santa. To her surprise and shock, it is not Saint Nick who comes down the chimney, but Old Nick—the Devil himself—to give her the life-changing scare she needs in order to mend her ways and change her life for the better.
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By Miss Wally
This illustrated children’s book is a morality play in rhyming verse, intended to teach children the importance of being nice and considerate to each other, or face the consequences. The main character, Renie the Meanie, is a self-centered brat who is the center of her own world and enjoys playing often cruel practical jokes on her playmates. Her loving and caring parents tell her she should be kind to her peers and behave herself, but she ignores them and goes around hurting the feelings of her friends. When her mother and father warn her that Christmas is coming and Santa Claus is watching what she does, she scoffs at them. Then, on Christmas Eve, true to her nature, instead of going to sleep and waiting for Christmas morning to arrive, bad little Renie sneaks downstairs to wait for Santa. To her surprise and shock, it is not Saint Nick who comes down the chimney, but Old Nick—the Devil himself—to give her the life-changing scare she needs in order to mend her ways and change her life for the better.
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By Susan Marks Weiner
Eight year old Samantha (Sammie) finds a wet, shivering poodle dog on her way home from school. The dog has no name tag or identification; so she takes the dog home and with the help of her father and mother she learns how to care for him. Sammie instantly falls in love with the little poodle all the while knowing he probably belongs to someone else. Sammie soon finds out how it feels to have conflicting emotions and what it means to do the right thing even though it is not to her liking. What do you think she does: keep the dog or find the real owner? What would you do if you found a Poodle in a Puddle?
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By Heather Veltri
Tock is a little penguin with big dreams. Watching birds soar high in the sky that surrounds him, Tock longs to fly. Join Tock on his journey to realize his dream.
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