Story of Lazarus Pegasus 2014-01-01 This series of Bible Stories for children are written in simple language and contain colourful illustrations which enhance the appeal of the text. The truths of the Bible come alive as one reads these ancient yet timeless stories. It contains stories from the Old Testament and the New Testament and all the stories have lessons to be learnt and they call for a lot of reflection.
The Dracula Book of Great Vampire Stories Leslie Shepard 1987-05 Includes such tales as "The horla," "The sad story of a vampire," "For the blood is the life," and "Dracula's guest"
Rosie & Rex Bob Boyle 2014-02-25 Emmy Award-winning creator of the Nick Jr. preschool television series Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! Bob Boyle brings to life a vibrant, playful friendship story about robots, featuring Rosie and Rex. Young readers will delight in this exciting, humorous picture book in which robots meet all the fun of tea parties.
Selected Tales Algernon Blackwood 1964
The Fools of Chelm and Their History Isaac Bashevis Singer 1988-12-01
Abaddon Michael W Ford 2019-08-14 Become the Lord of Darkness himself through a physical incarnation of Abaddon with this fearless guide to crossing the Abyss. Harness the underworld forces of necromancy with the most powerful group grimoire of the demon Abaddon in history. Learn the most advanced magick breakthroughs and hear crazy but true experiences from 8 of the world's top demonologists: E.A. Koetting, Michael W. Ford, Edgar Kerval, Bill Duvendack, Orlee Stewart, V.K. Jehannum & Enoch B. Petrucelly. Book 1 - E.A. Koetting - The Grimoire of Abaddon Grimoire of Abaddon p.35 Introduction p.37 The Last Lock p.41 Unlocking the Bottomless Pit p.59 Black Renunciation p.79 Abaddon's Jiva-Samsara Karma Trap p.97 Becoming a Monster God p.113 The Devil's Idol p.127 Book 2 - Michael W. Ford - Apollyon: Angel of the Bottomless Pit Apollyon: Angel of the Bottomless Pit p.135 Abaddon & the Abyss in Left-Hand Path Magick p.135 Darkness, the Abyss & Metaphysical Satanism p.141 Abaddon, the Place of Destruction p.141 Απολλυων-Apollyon the Destroyer 145 Canaanite Origins of Abaddon p.146 Apollo Hekatos-Shooter from Afar p.147 Abaddon in the Qliphoth p.150 Apollo the Locust God & God of Oracles p.152 The Hymns of Exterminans p.157 Bibliography p.158 Book 3 - Edgar Kerval - Abaddon: The Destroyer of Worlds Abaddon p.161 Destroyer of Worlds p.161 Consciousness, Reality & Reflections p.165 Ritual Sacrifices p.167 Initiatory Path of Fire p.172 The Mask of the Hunter p.175 The Mask of Vampire Predator p.175 Book 4 - Bill Duvendack - Ululate Exitium: The Beast, the Shadow & the Thing Ululate Exitium p.177 Abaddon p.178 The Beast p.180 To Mega Therion p.181 The Shadow p.183 The Dweller on the Threshold p.186 Choronzon p.187 H.P. Lovecraft & the "Thing on the Doorstep" p.189 Necromantic Connections p.190 Final Thoughts p.191 Book 5 - Orlee Stewart - Liber Inferi: The Book of Hell Liber Inferi: The Book of Hell p.195 Forerunners of the Apocalypse p.196 Open Wide the Gates of Hell p.200 Mother of Abominations p.206 Silvered Leaves p.208 Book 6 - V.K. Jehannum - Apollyon: The Abyssal God of Thaumiel Apollyon p.211 The Abyssal God of Thaumiel & the Black Sun p.211 Magickal Correspondences p.211 The Magick of Abaddon p.212 Magickal Chants p.219 Bibliography p.237 Book 7 - Enoch B. Petrucelly - Hades: Crossing the Abyss Hades p.239 Crossing the Abyss into Non-Being p.239 Introduction p.240 Hades as the Destroyer God p.240 The Use of the Daemon Tongue Language p.241 The Evocation of Hades p.242 The Rite of Crossing the Abyss p.245 The Crossing of the Abyss Step by Step p.248 The Fires of Hades p.251 A Cursing Rite p.251 The Rite of the Aeon p.254 The Badb: A Goddess of Death, War & Enlightenment p.259 Evokation of Badb p.261 Cursing the Slave Gods p.263 For Attainment of Greater Freedom & Power p.263 Grimoire Closing p.268
The Practical Illustrated Encyclopedia of Origami Rick Beech 2014-05-01 Over 80 classic and original orgamic projects shown in 1500 step by step pictures, from party tricks and action models to traditional flowers and animals.
Strategies for Supporting Inclusion and Diversity in the Academy Gail Crimmins 2020-06-29 This book explores tried and tested strategies that support student and faculty engagement and inclusion in the academy. These strategies are anchored by a brief exploration of the history and effect/s of exclusion and deprivilege in higher education. However, while many publications exploring academic inequality focus on the causes and impacts of structural, psychological and cultural exclusion based on racism, sexism, classism and ableism, they rarely engage in interventions to expose and combat such de/privilege. Capturing examples of inclusive practices that are as diverse as student and faculty populations, these strategies can be easily translated and employed by organisations, collectives and individuals to recognise and combat social and academic exclusion within higher education environments.
The Amelia Six Kristin L. Gray 2020-06-30 “A cozy whodunit that cheerfully affirms girls’ and women’s contributions to aerospace.” —Kirkus Reviews “Comparisons with Nancy Drew and Sammy Keyes come to mind, but this satisfying mystery seems more like the works of Ellen Raskin, E.L. Konigsburg, and Gennifer Choldenko.” —School Library Connection “A wonderful tribute to [Amelia Earhart] who herself came to embody mystery.” —Booklist Amelia Earhart’s famous aviator goggles go missing and eleven-year-old Millie has to find them before the night is over in this girl-powered middle grade whodunit. Eleven-year-old Amelia Ashford—Millie to her friends (if she had any, that is)—doesn’t realize just how much adventure awaits her when she’s given the opportunity of a lifetime: to spend the night in Amelia Earhart’s childhood home with five other girls. Make that five strangers. But Millie’s mom is a pilot like the famous Amelia, and Millie would love to have something to write to her about…if only she had her address. Once at Amelia’s house in Atchison, Kansas, Millie stumbles upon a display of Amelia’s famous flight goggles. She can’t believe her good luck, since they’re about to be relocated to a fancy museum in Washington, DC. But her luck changes quickly when the goggles disappear, and Millie was the last to see them. Soon, fingers are pointing in all directions, and someone falls strangely ill. Suddenly, a fun night of scavenger hunts and sweets takes a nosedive and the girls aren’t sure who to trust. With a blizzard raging outside and a house full of suspects, the girls have no choice but to band together. It’s up to the Amelia Six to find the culprit and return the goggles to their rightful place. Or the next body to collapse could be one of theirs.
The Book of Aquarius Anonymous Does the Philosophers Stone exist? This book says it does. Not only that, but it tells you how to make one. A very informal book, the writer goes into great detail on the Philosophers Stone throughout history, the religious references, famous alchemists, and instructions on how to make the stone yourself.
Export Marketing for a Small Handicraft Business Edward Millard 1996 Written in plain, jargon-free language, this book provides vital information to help producers export more effectively. Keeping the perspective and situation of small-scale exporters in mind, it covers every aspect of exporting that it is important to know.
Craft: Volume 01 Carla Sinclair 2006-10 Presents a project-based magazine dedicated to the renaissance within the world of crafts. This premier issue features 23 projects such as making a programmable LED shirt, turning dud shoes into great knitted boots, felt an iPod cocoon, embroider a skateboard, and others.
A Journey Through Time H G Tannhaus 2020-04-20 "We trust in the linear, forever the same shape of the past, until eternity. But the diffrences between the past, presence and future are nothing but an illusion."
NIV Thinline Reference Bible Zondervan Publishing 2003-03-01 The only thinline Bible featuring a center-column reference system The NIV Thinline Reference Bible, formerly titled the NIV Ultra Thin Reference Bible, is a conveniently sized Bible ideal for personal reading and study. It combines the convenience and portability of a Thinline setting with helpful study aids, such as a comprehensive center-column reference system to guide the reader’s study of Scripture. The comfortable size makes the NIV Thinline Reference Bible an easy-to-handle, easy-to-carry Bible for every occasion. The NIV Thinline Reference Bible also features a 13,000-entry concordance for in-depth Bible study. Color maps give the reader a visual overview of the land of the Bible. In addition, the NIV Thinline Reference Bible comes in a variety of colors and leather bindings, including bonded and top grain leather. The NIV Thinline Reference Bible is also available in a large print edition. Offered in a variety of colors, this is the only large print Thinline Bible featuring a center-column reference system. Special features: • Center-column reference system • Double-column format • Thin, convenient size • Presentation page • 8-page full-color map section • Concordance • 8-point type regular, 19-point type large print • Ribbon marker
The World of Nitrogen Isaac Asimov 1962
Build Your Own Paper Robots Julius Perdana 2009-08-18 Presents projects, instructions, and color templates for fourteen paper robots.
Promises For You Lucy Tapper 2020-09-07 Promises For You is a delightful gift book filled with love and promises, for a very special person, to help and guide a child as they grow..The story follows a charming little penguin on a colourful journey with you by their side discovering all the wonders the world has to offer. The giver(s) promise to be there for them helping them have a sense of wellbeing, happiness and security. Beautifully illustrated in full colour over 32 pages, this book makes a perfect baby shower, new-born or young person's birthday or Christening present. With space for a personalized message in the front, this hardback book makes a wonderful keepsake gift.
Papertoy Monsters Brian Castleforte 2010-12-29 A breakthrough paper-folding book for kids—paper airplanes meet Origami meets Pokemon. Papertoys, the Internet phenomenon that’s hot among graphic designers and illustrators around the world, now comes to kids in the coolest new book. Created and curated by Brian Castleforte, a graphic designer and papertoy pioneer who rounded up 25 of the hottest papertoy designers from around the world (Indonesia, Japan, Australia, Italy, Croatia, Chile, even Jackson, Tennessee), Papertoy Monsters offers 50 fiendishly original die-cut designs that are ready to pop out, fold, and glue. The book interleaves card stock with paper stock for a unique craft package; the graphics are colorful and hip, combining the edginess of anime with the goofy fun of Uglydolls and other collectibles. Plus each character comes with its own back-story. And the results are delicious: meet Pharaoh Thoth Amon, who once ruled Egypt but is now a mummy who practices dark magic in his sarcophagus. Or Zumbie the Zombie, who loves nothing more than a nice plate of brains and yams. NotSoScary, a little monster so useless at frightening people that he has to wear a scary mask. Yucky Chuck, the lunchbox creature born in the deepest depths of your school bag. Plus Zeke, the monster under your bed, Nom Nom, eater of cities, and Grumpy Gramps, the hairy grandpa monster with his very own moustache collection.
ESV Thinline Bible (Buffalo Leather, Deep Brown) 2020-08-27 The top-selling ESV Thinline Bible is ideal for use at home and on-the-go. At one inch thick and available in multiple designs, there is a perfect ESV Thinline Bible for everyone. 1" thick Presentation page Double-column format Concordance Full-color maps
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Zev Jerry Marcus 1982
Pakeha Slaves, Maori Masters Trevor Bentley 2019 Slavery in the popular imagination has always been associated with the enslavement of Africans, and with good reason. Slavery however, is universal and not something that only white people did to black people. Throughout history, slavery has been practiced in many different forms and Maori slavery readily fits definitions of slavery elsewhere in world. This book discusses Pakeha (European) vassals or demi-slaves. Its main focus is the Europeans who lived and sometimes died as slaves in tribal New Zealand between the 1790s and 1880s. It examines when, where, why and how Maori obtained these slaves and the types of Europeans seized. It explores the diverse slave roles performed by white slaves, their sale prices and the immediate and long term physical and psychological effects of their servitude. Using published histories by hapu and iwi historians and writings on customary law by Maori scholars, captivity narratives by returned Pakeha slaves, and contemporary accounts about white slaves in newspapers, journals, letters and logs historian Trevor Bentley paints a vivid picture of the interaction between Maori and Pakeha and life in the early days of the colony.
Dumbing Down America James Delisle 2021-09-03 At a time when the U.S. education system consistently lags behind its international peers, Dumbing Down America shows exactly why America can't keep up by providing a critical look at the nation's schools through the eyes of the children whose minds are languishing in countless classrooms. Filled with specific examples of how gifted children are being shortchanged by a nation that believes smart kids will succeed on their own, Dumbing Down America packs a powerful message: If we want our nation to prosper, we must pay attention to its most intelligent youth. With more than 35 years of experience working with and for gifted children, author James R. Delisle provides a template of what can and must happen in America's schools if they are to fulfill their mission of educating every child to the fullest potential. Dumbing Down America is a must-read for any individual who believes that the unfulfilled promises to gifted children must begin to be met in America's schools today, not someday.
The Comics of Chris Ware David M. Ball 2010 The Comics of Chris Ware: Drawing Is a Way of Thinking brings together contributions from established and emerging scholars about the comics of Chicago-based cartoonist Chris Ware (b. 1967). Both inside and outside academic circles, Ware's work is rapidly being distinguished as essential to the developing canon of the graphic novel. Winner of the 2001 Guardian First Book Prize for the genre-defining Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth, Ware has received numerous accolades from both the literary and comics establishment. This collection addresses the range of Ware's work from his earliest drawings in the 1990s in The ACME Novelty Library and his acclaimed Jimmy Corrigan, to his most recent works-in-progress, "Building Stories" and "Rusty Brown."
Deathtrap Dungeon Ian Livingstone 2009 Baron Sukumvit's devilish labyrinth of Fang is riddled with fiendish traps and bloodthirsty monsters.
My Experiences as an Executioner James Berry 2021-06-24 “My Experiences as an Executioner” is a 1892 memoir by English executioner James Berry (1852–1913). Berry was most notable for his contribution to the science of hanging, refining the long drop method developed by William Marwood so as to reduce the mental and physical suffering of those hanged. In this volume, Berry offers insights into the various methods he employed as an executioner and what it was like witnessing people's final moments. Contents include: “The Executioner at Home by H. Snowden Ward”, “How I Became an Executioner”, “My First Execution”, “My Method of Execution”, “Other Methods of Execution”, “Two Terrible Experiences”, “How Murderers Die”, “From the Murderer’s Point of View”, “On Capital Punishment”, etc. Read & Co. History is proudly republishing this classic memoir now in a brand new edition complete with the introductory essay “On Anne Green, Her Execution” by John Mainard.
Jim Henson's Labyrinth: The Novelization Jim Henson 2014-04-22 Fourteen-year-old Sarah must reach the center of a dangerous labyrinth within thirteen hours in order to save her little brother Toby from Jareth, King of the Goblins.
World History Eugene Berger 2016-09-30 World History: Cultures, States, and Societies to 1500 offers a comprehensive introduction to the history of humankind from prehistory to 1500. Authored by six USG faculty members with advance degrees in History, this textbook offers up-to-date original scholarship. It covers such cultures, states, and societies as Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Israel, Dynastic Egypt, India's Classical Age, the Dynasties of China, Archaic Greece, the Roman Empire, Islam, Medieval Africa, the Americas, and the Khanates of Central Asia. It includes 350 high-quality images and maps, chronologies, and learning questions to help guide student learning. Its digital nature allows students to follow links to applicable sources and videos, expanding their educational experience beyond the textbook. It provides a new and free alternative to traditional textbooks, making World History an invaluable resource in our modern age of technology and advancement.
The Origami Handbook Rick Beech 2003 Detailed advice on choosing appropriate paper, paperfolding techniques and base folds, and advanced techniques such as wet folding. Over 80 origami projects to fold.
The Street of Crocodiles Bruno Schulz 1977 The Street of Crocodiles in the Polish city of Drogobych is a street of memories and dreams where recollections of Bruno Schulz's uncommon boyhood and of the eerie side of his merchant family's life are evoked in a startling blend of the real and the fantastic. Most memorable - and most chilling - is the portrait of the author's father, a maddened shopkeeper who imports rare birds' eggs to hatch in his attic, who believes tailors' dummies should be treated like people, and whose obsessive fear of cockroaches causes him to resemble one. Bruno Schulz, a Polish Jew killed by the Nazis in 1942, is considered by many to have been the leading Polish writer between the two world wars.
Funkytown Paul Kennedy 2021-09-28 It is 1993: a serial killer is loose on the streets of Frankston, Victoria. The community is paralysed by fear, and a state's police force and national media come to find a killer. Meanwhile, seventeen-year-old Paul Kennedy is searching for something else entirely. He is focused on finishing school, getting drafted into the AFL and falling in love. So much can change in a year. The rites of passage for many Australian teenage boys - blackout drinking, simmering violence and emotional suppression - take their toll, and the year that starts with so much promise ends with Kennedy expelled, arrested and undrafted. But one teacher sees Kennedy self-destructing, and becomes determined to set him on another path
Super Mario Encyclopedia: The Official Guide to the First 30 Years Nintendo 2018-10-23 Power Up! Super Mario Bros. Encyclopedia: The Official Guide to the First 30 Years is jam-packed with content from all seventeen Super Mario games--from the original Super Mario Bros. to Super Mario 3D World. Track the evolution of the Goomba, witness the introduction of Yoshi, and relive your favorite levels. This tome also contains an interview with producer Takashi Tezuka, tips to help you find every coin, star, sun, and mushroom--even explanations of glitches! With information on enemies, items, obstacles, and worlds from over thirty years of Mario, Super Mario Bros. Encyclopedia is the definitive resource for everything Super Mario!
Magic Ernesto De Martino 2015 The work of Ernesto de Martino is relatively unknown outside of Italian intellectual circles, but with a growing interest in his ethnographic and theoretical work, he is now widely considered to be one of the great anthropologists and historians of religion of the early twentieth century. Magic: A theory from the south (first published in Italian asSud e Magia) is de Martino's stunning ethnography of ceremonial magic in southern Italy (Luciana/Basilicata), an intimate “other” to Western European civilization. Rigorous and detailed analyses of evil eye, possession, witchcraft, religious belief, “binding,” exorcism, and various magical practices lead de Martino to question the historical, ideological, ritual, psychological, and pragmatic grounds of the arts of enchantment. The question here is not whether magic is irrational or rational, but why it came to be perceived as a problem of knowledge in the first place. De Martino's response is contextualized within his wider, pathbreaking theorization of ritual, as well as his politically sensitive reading of the south's subaltern culture in its historical encounter with Western science. In addition to the ethnography, De Martino's historical anthropology traces the development of “jettatura” in Enlightenment Naples as a paradigm of the complex dynamics between hegemonic and subaltern cultures. Far ahead of its time, this first English edition (annotated and translated by Dorothy Louise Zinn) stands to be as relevant as ever as anthropologists (among others) continue to theorize modernity's continued tryst with magical thinking. 1st Edition Publication Data: [1959] 2001. Sud e magia. Milano: Feltrinelli Editore. ISBN: 9788807816758.
The Old and New Testament Connected Humphrey Prideaux 1764
The Ultimate Marbling Handbook Diane V. Maurer-Mathison 1999 Exceptional marbling and remarkably clear instruction make this creative resource ideal for professional and student marblers, crafters, and home decorators.
The Book of Azazel E. A. Koetting 2018-11-06 Priceless grimoire of a fearless 90-day blood pact with the Demonic Gatekeeper, Azazel. I reveal the FIRST ever grimoire of the Demonic Hierarchy under infernal authority of Azazel himself. * Unlock the magick of bestselling author E.A. Koetting's entire collection of cult classic books of black magick, now available for the FIRST time ever in both paperback and Kindle. * Can YOU pathwork every grimoire in The Complete Works of E.A. Koetting? * Browse a Table of Contents below: TABLE OF CONTENTS - Foreword p.9 Ch. 1 - The Meeting p.21 Ch. 2 - The Infernal Hosts p.47 Ch. 3 - The Pact p.61 Ch. 4 - Gateway to Damnation p.79 Ch. 5 - The Keys of Constraint p.95 Ch. 6 - The Grimoire of Legions p.109 Ch. 7 - Preparing the Vessel p.155 Ch. 8 - The Demonic King p.185 Ch. 9 - The Devil's Stone p.193 - Endnotes p.199 - Complete Works of E.A. Koetting p.201
Make Your Own Working Paper Clock James Smith Rudolph 1983-09-14 Cut this book into 160 pieces, glue them together, and have a paper clock operated by weights that keeps perfect time and can be rewound and regulated.
Behind the Brands Beth Hoffman 2013
History of Russia M. N. Pokrovskii 1932
Some Account of the Life and Religious Labours of Sarah Grubb Sarah Grubb 1794
A History of Mass Communication Irving Fang 1997-02-27 This exciting new text traces the common themes in the long and complex history of mass communication. It shows how the means of communicating grew out of their eras, how they developed, how they influenced the societies of those eras, and how they have continued to exert their influence upon subsequent generations. The book is divided into six periods which are identified as 'Information Revolutions' writing, printing, mass media, entertainment, the 'toolshed' (which we call 'home' now), and the Information Highway. In looking at the ways in which the tools of communication have influenced and been influenced by social change, A History of Mass Communication provides students of media and journalism with a strong sense of the way their chosen field affects how society functions. Providing a broad-based approach to media history, Dr. Fang encourages the reader to take a careful look at where our culture is headed through the tools we use to communicate with one another. A History of Mass Communication is not only the most current text on communication history, but also an invaluable resource for anyone interested in how methods of communication affect society.

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