A bountiful collection of gardening activities, scientific experiments, art projects, cooking ideas and magic tricks helps youngsters learn about the structure and life cycles of plants as well as offering advice on how to grow their own gardens.
How does my garden grow?: is a little gardening journal for planning, plotting out, and keeping notes about plants and flowers. Handy 6"x9" paperback Sexy matte cover finish Original flower art on cover Alternating pages for graphing/drawing/sketching/designing with notes and a fill-in-the-blank guide to keeping track of how your plants are doing Perfect gift for gardeners, farmers, hobbyists, homeowners, students, and anyone with a green thumb.
Join Anna and Benjamin as, with a little help from their neighbor, they spend a year learning about all the wonderful things you can do in a garden: planting, harvesting, playing, enjoying picnics and spotting wildlife.
Hours became days and months passed by without so much as a lead. It was now September eighteenth and I had almost given up hope of ever finding Rain. Now here, on a dismal fall day, I held my breath as Wesley rolled the body onto its side and folded open the rug. In Mimosa, Oklahoma, newly promoted Detective Darrian Drake has just landed on the front line of a child homicide investigation. Drake and her partner, Sam Evans, soon learn of the abduction and murder of another child, and realize that they are faced with the possibility of a serial killer. With a seed found in each victim's small hand as their only lead, Drake and Evans find themselves working with the FBI to search for the elusive killer. Drake's personal life is also becoming complicated. Her attraction to Special Agent Hank Pembry is nearly impossible to deny, and the two become romantically involved. But as their relationship grows, so do the number of victims. With the list of suspects dwindling, the detectives have to act fast. Will they be able to find the killer before he strikes again, or will the growing attraction between Drake and Pembry compromise the investigation?
All the Know-How and Encouragement You Need to Grow - and Fall in Love With! - Your Brand New Food Garden
Author: Jessica Sowards
Publisher: Cool Springs Press
Planting your first vegetable garden can be intimidating; it's tough to know where to start. Before you sink your hands into the soil, you want answers to all of those questions rolling around inside your head. In The First-Time Gardener's Guide to Growing Vegetables, you'll find the answers you're looking for. Where do I put my new garden? How do I prepare the soil? What vegetables should I plant? Is it better to start new plants from seed or should I buy transplants? What about watering, feeding, and taking care of my garden? What do I do if bugs show up? Homesteader Jessica Sowards, the warm and vivacious host of YouTube's Roots and Refuge Farm, is the perfect teacher for new gardeners, offering not just know-how but inspiration and time-management tips for success. Not only will you learn how to prepare, plant, and tend your first vegetable garden, you'll also learn how to design an eco-friendly layout, how to grow with the seasons, and how to maximize your harvest, even if you only grow in a small space. Jessica wants your first food-growing experience to be a positive one, and she's prepared to go the distance to make sure tending the earth becomes your new favorite hobby. There are no stupid questions here. Everyone has to start somewhere, after all. A single growing season is all it takes to fall in love with growing your own healthy, organic, nutrient-dense food. With Jessica as your guide, you'll soon discover all the satisfactions, challenges, and great joys of growing your own food garden. This book is part of The First-Time Gardener's Guides series from Cool Springs Press, which also includes The First-Time Gardener's Guide to Growing Plants and Flowers. Each book in The First-Time Gardener's Guides series is aimed at beginner gardeners and offers clear, fact-based information that's presented in a friendly and accessible way, including step-by-step instructions and full-color illustrations throughout.
: Lucifer Satan, an ambitious young 18-billion-year-old demon from another galaxy weasels a job with Galactic Outreach Development (GOD), a government agency responsible for "The Supplementary Development of Undeveloped Planets," a process that supplies foodstuff for the inhabitants of Satan's home world. As the Field Representative for planet Sol 3, Satan mutates lizards into dinosaurs and launches "The boldly go to the Dinosaur Show" promotion(with the help of show biz types and the hindrance of government baddies)for extraterrestrial hunters. The program skyrockets Satan to intergalactic preeminence. But alas, having reamed an undersea volcano giving rise to Atlantis Island and a sin-city called "The STYX" (Sex, Torture, Youth, eXtraterrestrials) that is overrun by a newly-created aberrant race known as Homo sapiens, Satan is tried for mutational malpractice and sentenced to life exile on planet Sol 3.
Written by a former World Bank economist, How Does My Country Grow? distils growth policy lessons from the author's first-hand experience in Poland, Kenya, India, and Russia, and his contributions to the economic policy debates that followed the emerging market crises of 1997 to 2001, extending up to the global financial crisis of 2008-09. Based on living and working in the field, the author argues that country economic analysis is in effect a separate, integrative branch of economics that draws upon but is distinct from academic economics. The country stories recounted, reinforced by the emerging market experience since the 1980s, point to a canonical growth policy package built around three interconnected elements: the intertemporal budget constraint of the government; the micropolicy trio of hard budgets, competition and competitive real exchange rates; and managing volatility from external, but especially domestic, sources. This package is underpinned by good governance, which finds its most immediate expression in the management of the public finances. While the discussion is tilted towards developing countries, the insights have considerable relevance for advanced economies, many of which today are in the throes of their own growth-cum-sovereign debt crises.
"Christians, Christians, Everywhere, How Do Your Gardens Grow? "helps congregations to get the proper focus on stewardship for youth through a suggested order of service to be presented by youth. Within the service are songs, a skit and meditation, all centered on a gardening theme. Cynthia E. Cowen writes that her goal for this resource is to enable youth to participate in a worship service based on the theme of sowing and reaping in the kingdom of God. This resource helps participants and the congregation to understand the process of growth in the giving of our talents and offerings to the work of the church. Cynthia E. Cowen, Iron Mountain, Michigan, is a free-lance Christian resource writer and liturgical evangelist. As a lay worker in the church, her focus in ministry is worship, youth ministry and women's programming. She is currently working on certification as an associate in ministry. She is the author of many CSS books.
@DrJanice is immediately engaging, amusing and thought-provoking. Thirty of Dr. Janice Presser's most-read blog articles, accompanied by her tweets on the title topics, make this a guaranteed good read for anyone who has ever worked anywhere! Dr. Press
After the death by fire of my 3-1/2-year old son, our house became haunted. Voices in closets.Footsteps walking up and down stairs. Lights going off and on. I was ripe to accept Satan's invitation to a spiritualist church, where I could visit with my dead son. Satan's devices are subtle, disguised as God in heaven. I was Satan's puppet for five years. Ouija boards, Tarot cards, tea leaf readings, seances, necromancers. Lev. 19:31 referred to me as a medium with familiar spirits, difiling those I channeled for. Duet 18:10-12 said I was an abomination to the Lord, as I sought information from the dead. Later, I realized these loved ones were demons. My three spirit guides were taking me down the wide road to Hell. As a child I grew up in poverty. I was molested, raped, and conceived through rape. A life of rejection has given me compassion for those going through the same thing. Being a pastor, I have asked God for the outcasts. I'm reminded of the fishermen who were unclean and stank of fish. Then Jesus said to them, "Follow me." These men are still making history. With unconditional love, we are seeing lives change. At the end of five years serving him, Satan tried to kill me, but God saved me. Now I share my story in hopes of helping others. Cora Grace (Kirby) Goldman born in Blanchard, Michigan. Residing in Perrinton, Michigan. 6 Biological children-Darrell, Wendell, BarryLynn, Tamera, Theresa, William - foster parents to 7 now grown children - 13 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren. Ordained licenenced pastor of a country church. 20 years missionary to the Appalachen Mountains- these people are more than family-Chaplin-Diliverance Ministry setting the Captive free. Dedicated and sold out to. The Father Son and Holy Spirit. Lover of God's Created, Speaker.