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The Tales of Peter the Pixie Peter and the Ants Part 1 - Read To Me

lt was a bright, warm spring morning



Bobbing gaily in the river was a large golden oak leaf, a very large leaf.



After some moments, a pair of pale green hands appeared and grabbed the sides of the leaf. And then there followed a head to match..



And so, a little Pixie, by the name of Peter arrived at the forest.



In this, the opening book of the series, Peter learns his very first lesson about giving.



Peter and the Ants Pt 1 is the first of the Peter the Pixie stories. Here we are introduced to the innocent little green person, and follow in his learning about giving and generosity,



ln addition to being an amusing and interesting story in itself, these tales also integrate a rich learning system.



Firstly; most of the stories incorporate an educational or moral theme or message that can be reflected on with your child.



Secondly; each story exists in five levels of difficulty; 'I Can Colour', 'I Can Read', 'I Am Reading,' 'I Read Alone,' and 'Read To Me'.



They each contain the same images and the same text, with increasing levels of simplification.



Thirdly; the' I Can Read' and 'I am Reading' versions will also exist in different bilingual editions.



Finally; for each 'I Can Read' language version, there will exist a free to access, (YouTube), animated reading of the story.



Although this is of course helpful for children learning to read in their own language it is essential for leaming to read and speak a foreign language correctly.


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A Perfect Fit

Carlie Livingston is steering into her last year of college in Oxford, Ohio, confident that she and Lance Holloway are headed to the altar after graduation. Those plans are wrecked, however, by her dad’s infidelity, causing her parents to walk through a messy divorce. Will she have the same fate if she marries her college sweetheart who comes from a secular family? Her mother insists she will.

She tests God’s Word by letting Him take the wheel of her life. But if God is in control, why are all her close relationships crumbling? Nothing makes sense.

Just when it appears hopeless, Clay McKinney two-steps into Carlie's life, promising to provide everything she’s looking for in a Christian mate. But if he’s God’s answer, why can’t her heart release Lance? Where will her final destination be on this journey of trust?


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Shadow of the Moth-man

Doug leaned slightly to the side and touched the knob to click on the radio. Scratchy sounds. He slowed the vehicle for a moment to adjust the stations knob. Nothing but interference. So much for AM. FM would be better. He flicked the selection knob.

But before he could tune in a station, he heard a knock on his car window.

What?

A knocking sound.

But where? He was going fifty-five.

Rear window. Back seat window. Something striking under the vehicle.

Bam. Bam. Bam.

To his right. The passenger window.

No one was riding with him, so who could be knocking on that window?

Again. Three loud knocks.

Look and see. Turn your head slightly to the right to see.

No. He could not. He froze.

Turn and look!

No. The chills erupted through his system like a flooding of ice water. Nerves electrified.

It was as if he had just been struck by lightning from somewhere beyond his viewing range.

Bam. Bam. Bam. From the edge of his vision, the corner of his right eye, he saw what

looked like a shadow of a human being with glowing red eyes. But at this speed?


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Rootless in Zion

In 1966 the divided city of Jerusalem is a sleepy backwater, but the students at the university are determined to enjoy themselves while being politically involved and benefiting from the throbbing night life. Three graduate students – Brian from Australia, Batsheva from the U.S.A., and Cynthia from England – are  trying to complete their studies. Since all three are originally from English-speaking countries, they spend their coffee-breaks together and do their best to cope with life in their adoptive country. Their relations with the local population vary from fraught to friendly, as they find themselves involved in the issues of the day.

 

Brian, is married to Israeli-born Rosina. They have two young children and live in one of Jerusaalem’s new suburbs. With his dry humor, which sometimes descends into sexual innuendo, he is trying to maintain a balance between completing his M.A. in the history of Australian literature, spending time with attractive young students, and remaining faithful to his wife.

 

Batsheva, a beautiful recent arrival from the U.S.A. and known to her friends as Batty, is married to economics professor, Sam ben Lulu, but has kept her maiden name of Levinson. In California she was active in the Civil Rights movement, and still hankers to go back and continue her work there. While struggling to complete her doctorate in modern American history, she opens a discotheque in Jerusalem together with her husband, inviting Cynthia to be their D.J. She happens to meet and form a bond with David, a young philosophy student, with whom she shares several areas of interest.

 

Cynthia is working as a research assistant for the Head of the History Department and is trying to finish her M.A. in contemporary Jewish  history. She is trying to translate the diary her grandmother wrote in German while being incarcerated in Theresienstadt. She loves classical music and shares an apartment with another student, Elinor, whose lifestyle jars with her own. While doing her best to fend off the attentions of one of her professors, she goes on dates with a succession of unsuitable young men. She is attracted to Batty’s friend David, and is overjoyed when he eventually invites her to his apartment.

 

The book deals with the relations between the three main characters as well as between them and Israeli society in general. Their dilemmas and personalities are examined in the light of the ethnic tensions and conflicting political forces current at the time. The book as a whole examines the rationale associated with immigration to Israel by young people from western countries.


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"The Mate Trilogy!"

 

The Mate Trilogy is about a planet of men who must marry and mate with their soul-mate by their 30th birthday or they will immediately drop dead. See what happen when this alien who's thrust from his home world, comes to the Earth in search of his bride to be. 


Here's a synopsis of Book 1: Yoni's son is facing death because a deadly curse will kill him within 150 days, if he doesn't find a wife and mate with her. Plus, the government wants to disect him because most men on their planet are facing this same fate, and his body may hold the answer to saving them all. Finally, when the boy secretly escapes to another world, how many people will a mother destroy to save her dying son? Will her alien son find a wife on earth, or will the woman he's drawn to, destroy him? Find out now in... "The Mate!" Get THE TRILOGY... Now!



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Crime Unknown, A Buck Taylor Novel (Book7)

CBI agent Buck Taylor is back in book 7 of the CRIME series by Chuck Morgan, 2020 Pacific Book Awards Best Mystery Winner for Crime Denied (Book 5).



Copper Creek, Colorado is a picturesque mountain town that is home to an exclusive private college, and that backs up to Rocky Mountain National Park. On the outside, it appears to be a peaceful town. The perfect place to raise a family, but underneath, Copper Creek holds some dark secrets.



When the body of a young black student is found hanging in the basement of one of the college buildings, Colorado Bureau of Investigation Agent Buck Taylor and his team are sent to Copper Creek to investigate the apparent suicide. Was this just a suicide or could it be a possible hate crime? With little cooperation from the local authorities, Buck's investigation leads them to some startling conclusions about the suicide and uncovers a criminal enterprise that has been going on for over a hundred years. An enterprise that will rock this idyllic town to its core.


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The Ghost Girl at Angel Cottage

A slip in time allows two young girls, born fifty years apart, to meet, one snowy Christmas Eve, at a remote Devon cottage, with devastating results. As one loses her sister, the other is robbed of a normal family life. The only witness to the tragic event is a ghostly figure, seen in the cottage and in the nearby barn. Beatrice and Hannah must work together across the years, to put right the wrong but first, they must find each other again and Beatrice must learn the true identity of the Ghost Girl of Angel Cottage. Here is a mystery that spans decades, set in the heart of the Devon countryside where the snow is deepest and time slips with far reaching consequences.


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Unlocking the Dream Vision: The secret history of creation

Take a profound journey into the mysterious esoteric symbolism of the largely forgotten Dream Vision, buried deep within the ancient Book of Enoch. It is a unique and fascinating journey that reveals the exceptional ancient system of symbolism that provides real answers to many of the greatest mysteries of humanity’s ancient past in a way never imagined before.



Within its pages, you will discover the secrets to Genesis 6, the Watchers, Nephilim, Sons of God, the Great Flood, Gilgamesh, UFOs, lost civilizations, ancient aliens, and so much more. Not only are many of the greatest mysteries of the Bible uncovered for the first time, but it also reveals the secrets of mythology, the ancient world, and the identity and origin of the mysterious figures our ancient ancestors worshiped as gods. You will learn why the Great Pyramid was built, the real secret of the Pleiades cluster of stars, the lost city of Atlantis, and the terrible cataclysm that befell it and the world 12,800 years ago. The evidence revealed in this book goes far beyond the main-stream and shows beyond a reasonable doubt that a highly technologically advanced civilization not only existed but flourished during the last Ice Age. A civilization that is now only remembered in myth and legend.



You will also come to understand the origin and true meaning of the mystical, esoteric symbols, like the pentagram, the all-seeing-eye, the unfinished pyramid, and many more, and how they are all part of an ancient system of mystical symbolism and initiation that was born in the religious temples that ruled the city-states of the first civilizations. You will also be introduced to the radical 2,000-year-old theory from the legendary Library of Alexandria that humanity's true story lies within this system of allegories and symbolism of the mythology and sacred writings of the ancient world. A system that is still used today by the mysterious esoteric brotherhoods, secret societies, and hidden orders of the world which allows them to conceal the truth of humanity’s forgotten past.


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STATISM IT'S CYCLES IN MEXICO & ROMANIA - Olga M LAZIN

STATISM ITS CYCLES IN MEXICO AND ROMANIA

This book is about defining Statism, statist intervention, anti-statism, since colonial times (Aztec Empire/Traco-Geti Empires) to present. The repressive state in Romania, under Nicolae Ceausescu & Socialism. Gen Genaro G LUNA, s dark assasin story.

Copyright @ 2021 Dr Olga M. Lazin

Available in all formats on IngramSpark & Amazon

ISBN: 978-1-63848-986-3

This Book Is About: how our 2 countries ended up in the pockets of cons.

From Pre-Colonial Times to 2021 in an On-Going World Context: “Statism,” “Anti- Statism,” “Active State,” and “State Capitalism.In Mexico & Romania”

With a 2020 Postscript

HOW President Vicente Fox Made Genaro García Luna (GGL) Chief of Mexico’s “FBI” (2001-2006); and HOW President Felipe Calderón Made GGL Mexico’s Secretary of National Security (2006-2012); HOW GGL (2016-2020) established GLAC as Master Mexican Private-Eye Company (Tacitly approved by Presidents Peña Nieto, during (2016-2218 and AMLO 2019-2020), with former FBI and CIA Agents on His of Board Directors.

While Living in Miami as a U.S. Resident), GGL was Arrested in 2020 and being tried in a U.S. Federal Court In New York for Having Taken Many Millions of Dollars in Bribes from El Chapo and His Sinaloa Cartel to arrange Smuggling Billions of Dollars of Drugs.

All Four Presidents said: “Really Surprised”.

How Mexico Compares to Romania, in Europe. Follow the author, on Twitter: @olgamlazin Instagram: #drolgalazin, on FB: drolgalazin Books: http://www.olgalazin.com">Author's Personal BOOKS

Olga Lazin is a prolific author specialized in historical, academic, nonfiction.

She has coined the term "decentralized globalization" with reference to decentralization of political power, from centralized, and planned economy, to decentralized devolution of power to regional and localities level. Originally from Transylvania, Romania,

OML Book TITLES on Amazon: http://www.olgalazin.com">http://www.olgalazin.com 

Contents

CONCEPTS, DEFINITIONS, Mexico CASE, CLARIFICATIONS 

CHAOTIC  ANTI-STATIST REVOLUTION,

1911-1916 (P. 33)................................................................... 00

ACTIVE-STATE REVOLUTION (1917-1964):

RISE OF “NEW CLASS”............................................................ 00

11a Political (1917-1934), especially under Presidents Obregón, Calles, Portes-Gil           00

11b Social (1934-1940): President Lázaro Cárdenas, who confronts the World Great Depression I, 1929-1940    00

11c Economic (1940s-1950s): Presidents Avila-Camacho, Alemán, Ruiz Cortines  00

11d “Balanced” (1958-1964): President López-Mateos................... 00

 

12    STATE-CAPITALISM & DIRTY WAR, 1965-1982 (P. 102)               00

12a Gustavo Diaz-Ordaz (1964-1970) Initiates Authoritarian

Statism.................................................................................... 00

12b   Luis Echeverria-Alvarez (1970-1976) initiates Economic

Statism.................................................................................... 00

12c José López Portillo (1976-1982), Petro-Statism Under the

“God President”.............................

13. SHIFT TO ACTIVE-STATISM—to Today, (P. 129) . ..

22. Gen. Genaro Garcia Luna, The Dark Assassin &The Role Of Civil Society in Countervailing the Abusive Power of statist Governments in Romania And Mexico ..........Dr. Olga Books

          


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A Voice From Beyond: Anthology

A Voice From Beyond; anthology

Lucky

He is a former Confederate officer who has become far less than an “officer and a gentleman”. When he realizes what he has become he tries to see a new future and a new him.

#thief #enlightenment #insight

Stealing Janet’s Cattle

A young mother and rancher discovers cattle missing.  She is alone and, according to the tracks outnumbered, but she is armed and she and her family need those cattle. Is this young female rancher as tough as she thinks she is? Tough enough to defeat the more powerfull?

#pioneer woman #pioneer #planning

A Voice From Beyond

It’s the Great Depression and people will do almost anything to survive. Having been somewhat successful in his search for work, a hobo stops to thank those who helped him rise up from destruction. A simple “thank you” becomes something else entirely.

#humor #cemetery #grave robbers

Rhymes for Christmas

Just Feelin’ Good

The Reason For the Season

An Old Rancher’s Christmas

$1.85

 


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Sister B

In December 1936, the body of a white male is found murdered in the alley way behind a Negro-owned night club in Vicksburg, Mississippi. No witnesses come forward and the police are baffled. Eventually, through the fine work of local law enforcement officials, a suspect is found ... a black male from Vicksburg. The police obtain evidence this man committed two crimes: the murder of that white male, and the rape of a white woman. Both are capital crimes punishable by death in the state of Mississippi when the perpetrator is a black person. Before he is brought to trial, a mob of white men storm the jail, grab the prisoner from the jailer’s custody and lynch him just outside of  Vicksburg. The local African American community is outraged over this lynching given the charges brought without any evidence. Sister B is among those angry and vows not to let this happen to her little son. In the Spring of 1938, she leaves Mississippi for Los Angeles with the expectation her husband and son will join her later. A close childhood friend of Sister B is living and working in Oregon. The friend invites Sister B up for a visit and she accepts. In 1939 while traveling by train from Los Angeles, California to Coos County, Oregon, Sister B encounters a Japanese gentleman who is visiting America as a tourist. She notices that the gentleman from Japan is carrying sophisticated camera equipment and is taking an extraordinary number of photos as the train moves along its northbound coastal route. The two eventually engage in friendly conversation and become close traveling companions. However, that “closeness” is tested with the arrival of three other traveling companions on that fateful northbound train up the west coast. Sister B and the man from Japan learn that the juxtaposition of war and racism, of truth and deception, of triumph and tragedy, are ubiquitous in America and in Japan.


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Galen's Way

A KIDNAPPED PRINCESS.

THE ANDROMEDA GALAXY'S MOST FEARED MERCENARY.

AN EVIL EMPIRE ABOUT TO BE BORN.



The Princess Rhiannon of Salacia has been kidnapped and is being held for ransom on the fortress planet Nammu. Galen Dwyn, the most feared mercenary in the Andromeda Galaxy has been hired to rescue her and bring her home.



But even as his rescue mission succeeds, Galen will soon find himself on the run with the Princess. Caught in the middle of a web of political intrigue, even as he begins to fall for the Princess, he will have to use every ounce of his skill and cunning to keep them both alive as forces from several planets seek them out.



For her love, he will stand alone against the forces looking to establish a new, and very evil, empire.



Galen will look to keep her safe and bring the budding empire to a halt before it can gain a foothold in the galaxy. He will choose to do so the only way he knows how.



Galen’s Way.



Dragon Award finalist Richard Paolinelli takes us on a grand adventure in this Space Opera offering set in the first book of the Starquest Saga. Set in the 4th age of Dragon Award winner John C. Wright’s Starquest universe that will feature several books by Paolinelli, Wright, and other authors in the months and years to come.

Hardcover: http://bit.ly/37ln9Gu

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The Tales of Peter the Pixie Peter and the Ants Part 1 - Read To Me

lt was a bright, warm spring morning



Bobbing gaily in the river was a large golden oak leaf, a very large leaf.



After some moments, a pair of pale green hands appeared and grabbed the sides of the leaf. And then there followed a head to match..



And so, a little Pixie, by the name of Peter arrived at the forest.



In this, the opening book of the series, Peter learns his very first lesson about giving.



Peter and the Ants Pt 1 is the first of the Peter the Pixie stories. Here we are introduced to the innocent little green person, and follow in his learning about giving and generosity,



ln addition to being an amusing and interesting story in itself, these tales also integrate a rich learning system.



Firstly; most of the stories incorporate an educational or moral theme or message that can be reflected on with your child.



Secondly; each story exists in five levels of difficulty; 'I Can Colour', 'I Can Read', 'I Am Reading,' 'I Read Alone,' and 'Read To Me'.



They each contain the same images and the same text, with increasing levels of simplification.



Thirdly; the' I Can Read' and 'I am Reading' versions will also exist in different bilingual editions.



Finally; for each 'I Can Read' language version, there will exist a free to access, (YouTube), animated reading of the story.



Although this is of course helpful for children learning to read in their own language it is essential for leaming to read and speak a foreign language correctly.


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A Perfect Fit

Carlie Livingston is steering into her last year of college in Oxford, Ohio, confident that she and Lance Holloway are headed to the altar after graduation. Those plans are wrecked, however, by her dad’s infidelity, causing her parents to walk through a messy divorce. Will she have the same fate if she marries her college sweetheart who comes from a secular family? Her mother insists she will.

She tests God’s Word by letting Him take the wheel of her life. But if God is in control, why are all her close relationships crumbling? Nothing makes sense.

Just when it appears hopeless, Clay McKinney two-steps into Carlie's life, promising to provide everything she’s looking for in a Christian mate. But if he’s God’s answer, why can’t her heart release Lance? Where will her final destination be on this journey of trust?


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Shadow of the Moth-man

Doug leaned slightly to the side and touched the knob to click on the radio. Scratchy sounds. He slowed the vehicle for a moment to adjust the stations knob. Nothing but interference. So much for AM. FM would be better. He flicked the selection knob.

But before he could tune in a station, he heard a knock on his car window.

What?

A knocking sound.

But where? He was going fifty-five.

Rear window. Back seat window. Something striking under the vehicle.

Bam. Bam. Bam.

To his right. The passenger window.

No one was riding with him, so who could be knocking on that window?

Again. Three loud knocks.

Look and see. Turn your head slightly to the right to see.

No. He could not. He froze.

Turn and look!

No. The chills erupted through his system like a flooding of ice water. Nerves electrified.

It was as if he had just been struck by lightning from somewhere beyond his viewing range.

Bam. Bam. Bam. From the edge of his vision, the corner of his right eye, he saw what

looked like a shadow of a human being with glowing red eyes. But at this speed?


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Rootless in Zion

In 1966 the divided city of Jerusalem is a sleepy backwater, but the students at the university are determined to enjoy themselves while being politically involved and benefiting from the throbbing night life. Three graduate students – Brian from Australia, Batsheva from the U.S.A., and Cynthia from England – are  trying to complete their studies. Since all three are originally from English-speaking countries, they spend their coffee-breaks together and do their best to cope with life in their adoptive country. Their relations with the local population vary from fraught to friendly, as they find themselves involved in the issues of the day.

 

Brian, is married to Israeli-born Rosina. They have two young children and live in one of Jerusaalem’s new suburbs. With his dry humor, which sometimes descends into sexual innuendo, he is trying to maintain a balance between completing his M.A. in the history of Australian literature, spending time with attractive young students, and remaining faithful to his wife.

 

Batsheva, a beautiful recent arrival from the U.S.A. and known to her friends as Batty, is married to economics professor, Sam ben Lulu, but has kept her maiden name of Levinson. In California she was active in the Civil Rights movement, and still hankers to go back and continue her work there. While struggling to complete her doctorate in modern American history, she opens a discotheque in Jerusalem together with her husband, inviting Cynthia to be their D.J. She happens to meet and form a bond with David, a young philosophy student, with whom she shares several areas of interest.

 

Cynthia is working as a research assistant for the Head of the History Department and is trying to finish her M.A. in contemporary Jewish  history. She is trying to translate the diary her grandmother wrote in German while being incarcerated in Theresienstadt. She loves classical music and shares an apartment with another student, Elinor, whose lifestyle jars with her own. While doing her best to fend off the attentions of one of her professors, she goes on dates with a succession of unsuitable young men. She is attracted to Batty’s friend David, and is overjoyed when he eventually invites her to his apartment.

 

The book deals with the relations between the three main characters as well as between them and Israeli society in general. Their dilemmas and personalities are examined in the light of the ethnic tensions and conflicting political forces current at the time. The book as a whole examines the rationale associated with immigration to Israel by young people from western countries.


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