Helen McNeil is a vet in the small rural town of Broadview. While taking evasive action from a dull girl at a party one night she falls over and fails to recognise national sporting hero, Mark Tipene. For some mysterious reason Helen never really grasps, Mark finds this charming and appears the next day at the front counter of the vet clinic to ask her out. A whirlwind romance follows and everything is going swimmingly until one little hiccup changes everything. Chocolate Cake for Breakfast is the funny and heart-warming story of the pros and cons of dating a man whose shirtless picture adorns a wall in every second lunchroom in the country, of calving cows and crazy cat ladies, and of doing your best when life takes an unexpected turn.
All children have a sweet tooth, but this little girl's sweet tooth has a wild side! Boys and girls will devour this delightful tale of a little girl's sweet tooth. Chocolate Cake for Breakfast introduces children to the alphabet through the imaginative eyes of a little girl who envisions herself as different animals eating tasty treats. In the end, she realizes junky food makes my tummy feel wrong. So I'll eat Mommy's food to stay healthy and strong!
Perfect for Breakfast, Chocolate, Cake, Potato, Every Recipe Has Space for Notes, Tips for Making Doughnuts
Author: Christina Peterson
Publisher: Independently Published
1) Tips for Making Doughnuts2) Recipes for Making DoughnutsOur Special DoughnutsSweet Tooth's DoughnutButtermilk DoughnutsCocoa DoughnutsRaised Doughnuts (2)DoughnutsNew England DoughnutsSweet Milk DoughnutsPotato Doughnuts and 5 Variations of Doughnut CoatingsGolden PuffsLazy Day DoughnutsCake DoughnutsCrullersBismarck'sNantucket Do-NutsChocolate DoughnutsRich Chocolate FrostingWhole Wheat DoughnutsChocolate Glaze for DoughnutsVanilla Glaze for DoughnutsVanilla Frosting for Doughnuts and Variations of Frostings
Hundreds of quick & healthy meals that can save you 10, 20, 30 pounds--or more!
Author: David Zinczenko
Publisher: Galvanized Books
Millions of Americans have lost tens of millions of unwanted pounds with the simple restaurant and supermarket swaps in Eat This, Not That! Now, the team behind the bestselling series turns its nutritional savvy to the best place in the world for you to strip away extra pounds, take control of your health, and put money back in your own pocket: your own kitchen. Did you know the average dinner from a chain restaurant costs nearly $35 a person and contains more than 1,200 calories? That’s hard on your wallet and your waistline, and few people understand this better than David Zinczenko and Matt Goulding. Their response: Learn to cook all your favorite restaurant food at home—and watch the pounds disappear! Make no mistake—this is no rice-and-tofu cookbook. The genius of Cook This, Not That! is that it teaches you how to save hundreds—sometimes thousands—of calories by recreating America’s most popular restaurant dishes, including Outback Steakhouse’s Roasted Filet with Port Wine Sauce, Uno Chicago Grill’s Individual Deep Dish Pizza, and Chili’s Fire Grilled Chicken Fajita. Other priceless advice includes: • The 37 Ways to Cook a Chicken Breast, A Dozen 10-Minute Pasta Sauces, The Ultimate Sandwich Matrix, and other on-the-go cooking tips • Scorecards that allow you to easily compare the nutritional quality of the carbohydrates, fats, and proteins in every meal you eat • The truth about how seemingly healthy foods, such as wheat bread, salmon, and low-fat snacks, may be secretly sabotaging your health
“For decades, people have been asking me to write this book. The Artist’s Way focuses on a creative recovery. We re-cover the ground we have traveled in our past. The Artist’s Way for Parents focuses on creative cultivation, where we consciously—and playfully—put our children on a healthy creative path toward the future.” —Julia Cameron Winner of the 2014 Nautilus Award represents “Better Books for a Better World”—the Gold Award (Best Book of the Year) in the category of Parenting/Family. From the bestselling author of The Artist’s Way comes the most highly requested addition to Julia Cameron’s canon of work on the creative process. The Artist’s Way for Parents provides an ongoing spiritual toolkit that parents can enter—and re-enter—at any pace and at any point in their child’s early years. According to Cameron: “Every child is creative—and every parent is creative. Your child requires joy, and exercising creativity, both independently and together, makes for a happy and fulfilling family life.” Focusing on parents and their children from birth to age twelve, The Artist’s Way for Parents builds on the foundation of The Artist’s Way and shares it with the next generation. Using spiritual concepts and practical tools, this book will assist parents as they guide their children to greater creativity.
50 years of an iconic classic! This international bestseller and inspiration for a beloved movie is a heroic story of friendship and belonging. No one ever said life was easy. But Ponyboy is pretty sure that he's got things figured out. He knows that he can count on his brothers, Darry and Sodapop. And he knows that he can count on his friends—true friends who would do anything for him, like Johnny and Two-Bit. But not on much else besides trouble with the Socs, a vicious gang of rich kids whose idea of a good time is beating up on “greasers” like Ponyboy. At least he knows what to expect—until the night someone takes things too far. The Outsiders is a dramatic and enduring work of fiction that laid the groundwork for the YA genre. S. E. Hinton's classic story of a boy who finds himself on the outskirts of regular society remains as powerful today as it was the day it was first published. "The Outsiders transformed young-adult fiction from a genre mostly about prom queens, football players and high school crushes to one that portrayed a darker, truer world." —The New York Times "Taut with tension, filled with drama." —The Chicago Tribune "[A] classic coming-of-age book." —Philadelphia Daily News A New York Herald Tribune Best Teenage Book A Chicago Tribune Book World Spring Book Festival Honor Book An ALA Best Book for Young Adults Winner of the Massachusetts Children's Book Award
Cruise to Bermuda with a young woman who is forced to choose. Rekindle a past?... Or set it free? Join friends bound for Bermuda as they rediscover a past. A reunion will bring them all together again, but a surprise engagement threatens to destroy it all.With focused determination, Samantha Durham drove herself towards an end goal, one that remained elusive, always just past the grasp of her fingertips. All the while, still clinging to the past she'd left behind on the banks of New England. With memories buried deep she pushed that past as far away as possible and moved ahead with a quest only she could understand.A surprise engagement will commit her to the road she'd chosen, and when she looked at her engagement ring she waited for a sense of fulfillment that never came. There would be no satisfaction, only more heartbreak as she would soon find herself forced to decide her fate once and for all. Take the road not traveled? Or move ahead on a lonely road before her?Desolate cries of that isolated little girl inside pushed her forward and Samantha could only watch as her past slipped away, this time had to let it go. When tragedy almost strikes, she's impelled to take a different direction, only the risk she'd taken could prove fatal. She would give it all up for the one thing that mattered most, but her critical mistake could cost her everything.
Who better to advise you on sex and relationships than a woman who has consistently failed at both? In this laugh out loud funny "self-help novel", self proclaimed genius and author Cathryn Michon provides a how not to guide for anyone tackling the daunting task of finding romance in today's world (or at the local fire station.) Chock full of instructive relationship tips-such as the Pros and "Cons" of dating a man in prison-The Grrl Genius Guide to Sex (With Other People) is hilarious and right on the money both as an instructional guide and an endearingly romantic story about a woman and her four best friends who form The Grrl Genius Club. Armed with the information from Cathryn's Wild Sexual Animal Kingdom research and her "Love is Important but Chocolate is Essential" Chocolate Fun Facts, her posse of Grrl Geniuses struggle with singlehood, married life, sexual preferences, widowhood, and friendship. Cathryn's journey veers from a "nails-on-chalkboard-scratchingly-awful" divorce and the botched kidnapping of her own dog, to pretending to be a lesbian, seeing her old lingerie sold on her old front lawn by her ex-husband's girlfriend, losing her job, and a tragic industrial accident-level bikini wax. And through everything, Cathryn searches for the answer to the most important relationship question of all: why are all the best men gay? If you've ever been tempted to have sex with another person, this is an essential read. If you've ever felt inadequate to a task or a failure at love or in any way anything less than a genius and you've sunk so low that even a new pair of cute shoes won't help, Cathryn Michon can show you the way to relationship happiness-all you have to do is learn from her very funny mistakes. However badly you think you've done anything, Cathryn has done it even worse, and reveals lessons learned in the wryly witty and devastatingly honest style that has made her the favorite of aspiring geniuses everywhere!