Siblings, Lucy and Andy, live with their friends, Margaret and Phil, in a cave. Andy has a crush on Margaret. He wants to go hunting, but when he sees what happens to the mammoth, he barfs two times. Andy is tired of eating mammoth, and once when he eats merky (dried mammoth), he comes down with a tooth problem. Andy's dad must pull his tooth out. One day when Lucy is making new clothes out of mammoth fur, Margaret upsets her. Lucy runs into the woods and meets two people, Claire and Chris, but she's frightened, so she runs back. The two clans meet, but will they get along?
Greer MacDonald is a new student at St. Aiden the Great School (STAGS). Right away she realizes she doesn’t fit in. She’s not one of the “it” girls, who call themselves Medievals. So when she is invited to a weekend retreat of “huntin’ shootin’ fishin,’” she is beyond surprised. She is flattered that she may finally become a Medieval. However, things slowly start making less sense, and Greer starts to question everything around her. It seems that the Medievals are out for blood… and not just animals’.
Have you ever wondered why you deal with pain? Well, did you ever think to check the foods you eat, the medicine in your cabinet, or the stress in your day-to-day life? In this health book by Health Coach Cheryl Meyer, you’ll learn one perspective on why people experience chronic pain and how to eliminate the toxins that exist in food, utensils, cosmetics, medicine, water, and even relationships. The step-by-step processes listed in this book will help you get rid of your daily aches and pains.
Charlie escaped from the LRA (Lord's Resistance Army) a week ago. His journey brought him to the home of Fire, a young witchcraft-performing mother tending to her child. Fire takes care of Charlie and helps him get his strength back. She protects him against those in her village who would do him harm.
In Sustainability at Work: Careers That Make a Difference, environmentalist Marilyn Waite provides ways to improve sustainability in the workplace on a small-scale level yet with large-scale effects, all within the length of 180 pages.
Seanna has had a dark red birthmark on her chin her whole life. As much as she hates it, she’s learned that people judge her based on the mark on her face. But behind that birthmark lies an unbelievable amount of power. Her birthmark gives her pyrokinetic abilities that Seanna has no idea how to control. And on top of that, she has outgrown the orphanage that's been her only home. Forced to leave, she can only imagine what comes next from the rumors she heard while growing up. Will Seanna learn how to control her powers once and for all?