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Nivac Bundle 2 Historical Books

Author: Robert L. Hubbard, Jr.
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310530032
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This NIVAC Bundle includes the six historical books found in the NIV Application Commentary series.

Baby Baby Book 1 Of The Family Heirlooms Series

Author: Karen Wiesner
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1312328843
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Thirty-seven-year-old Tamara Wolfe married her childhood sweetheart, Robert, right out of high school and proceeded to have a passel of children who fill her life to capacity. With the last of her children in preschool, Tamara decides to make a business out of her long-time love of creating designer gift baskets. She doesn't expect Robert to be against it from her first word. Robert has always prided himself on giving Tamara the option of staying home to raise the children, just as his father did before him. Since birth, it's been drilled into him that a man who doesn't provide for his family is the worst kind of loser. Although they'd agreed years before their family was complete, Robert considers that perhaps the cure for Tamara's restlessness is another baby. All Tamara wants is a small space of time for herself. Is she being selfish? Or is God leading her to continue being an outdated model of the Proverbs 31 wife--submissive, but never equal?

Nelson Essentials Of Pediatrics E Book

Author: Karen Marcdante
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323226981
Size: 77.62 MB
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The resource of choice for pediatric residencies, clerkships, and exams, Nelson Essentials of Pediatrics continues to provide a focused overview of the core knowledge in pediatrics. Succinct, targeted coverage of normal childhood growth and development, as well as the diagnosis, management, and prevention of common pediatric diseases and disorders, make this an ideal medical reference book for students, pediatric residents, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. Consult this title on your favorite e-reader, conduct rapid searches, and adjust font sizes for optimal readability. Get an effective overview of pediatrics with help from concise text, a full-color design, high-yield tables, and numerous images. Take advantage of a wealth of images that capture the clinical manifestations and findings associated with Kawasaki disease, lupus, lymphoma, stroke, and many other disorders seen in children. Efficiently review essential, concise pediatric content with this popular extension of the Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics (ISBN: 978-1-4377-0755-7). Focus on the core knowledge needed for your pediatric clerkship or rotation with coverage that follows the COMSEP curriculum guidelines. Easily visualize complex aspects with a full-color layout and images, as well as numerous tables throughout the text.

The Last Days Of The Kingdom Of Israel

Author: Shuichi Hasegawa
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110566605
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Despite considerable scholarly efforts for many years, the last two decades of the Kingdom of Israel are still beneath the veil of history. What was the status of the Kingdom after its annexation by Assyria in 732 BCE? Who conquered Samaria, the capital of the Kingdom? When did it happen? One of the primary reasons for this situation lies in the discrepancies found in the historical sources, namely the Hebrew Bible and the Assyrian texts. Since biblical studies and Assyriology are two distinct disciplines, the gaps in the sources are not easy to bridge. Moreover, recent great progress in the archaeological research in the Southern Levant provides now crucial new data, independent of these textual sources. This volume, a collection of papers by leading scholars from different fields of research, aims to bring together, for the first time, all the available data and to discuss these conundrums from various perspectives in order to reach a better and deeper understanding of this crucial period, which possibly triggered in the following decades the birth of "new Israel" in the Southern Kingdom of Judah, and eventually led to the formation of the Hebrew Bible and its underlying theology.

The Chinua Achebe Encyclopedia

Author: M. Keith Booker
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780325070636
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Several hundred A-Z entries cover Achebe's major works, important characters and settings, key concepts and issues, and more.

The Trade Off My Husband Your Wife

Author: Robert H. Rimmer
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595009530
Size: 36.43 MB
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If you’ve ever had an affair, or are divorced, married again, or still faithful and monogamous, you may be completely shocked, or might approve—Karen Bradford’s proposal to her husband Hank. After eighteen years of marriage,and three children, she wants him to sign a marriage contract with a clause that from now on—he will agree to a Succedaneum Marriage. He doesn’t know and has never met Tony Castellani who is married to Gina, and has two kids—or that Tony and Karen are lovers. But a Succedaneum Agreement (check the word in your dictionary) would allow them to enjoy a second relationship—and stay married! Guaranteed! You’ve never read a non-stop, detailed, explicit sex and loving story like this. It all takes place in Guadeloupe, on Spring vacation, where Karen hopes to mate her husband with Tony’s wife—and make her dream come true. But alas, taking their five children—one—Judy Bradford, sixteen, an another Marc Castellani, seventeen,along with them—conniving a foursome vacation, at free wheeling Club Libre, isn’t the right environment for their more puritanical spouses... On top of that Marc—who despises Catcher in the Rye, thinks he’s smarter than that phony, Holden Caulfield, ever was. He’s still a virgin, but he’s determined to mate with Judy. Before that happens—he, inadvertantly, discovers that his father is making out with her mother—at the same time Soufriere, the volcano is about to explode. Bob Rimmer who has chartered bare boats, and sailed in most of the Caribbean Island—loves Guadeloupe best. Is this story based on fact ? Well, sort of—and it proves that the path he has carved in other stories—though the jungle of potential expanded monogamy, like corporarte marriage, in Proposition 31, and synergamy in Thursday, My Love, is filled with rumbling volcanos.

Screen Door

Author: Sharon D. Smith
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1490835164
Size: 78.95 MB
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Sharon Smith reaches deep down and recaptures the torturous times of her childhood growing up in Harlem, New York. From kindergarten through high school, her experiences accelerated her awareness of life’s unyielding challenges. She met the hard and bitter reality of becoming an outcast. Concurrently, her family was shattered by alcoholism, poverty, and physical abuse. As her mother traveled the country, Sharon became the substitute mother for her sister and three brothers. She endured adversity and hostility in 1960s Harlem public housing projects. Entering her teenage years, Sharon met with even more abysmal poverty and despair. Her health compromised, compounded with family issues, Sharon longed and prayed for acceptance and a better life. Despite all of the challenges, she decides to return to the religion of her youth. She began to seek God’s guidance and the meaning of love in her life. With prayer and reading of the Scriptures, Sharon found salvation and contentment. As she tells her tumultuous early childhood story, filled with years of ridicule and contempt from her peers, which tore at her self-esteem and self-worth, we begin to see her life unfold, the little girl guarded behind the protection of God’s screen door. January 2014

Silent Fall Sanders Brothers 2

Author: Barbara Freethy
Publisher: Fog City Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 0983651752
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Known for her emotional and compelling stories of love and family comes a romantic and suspenseful adventure from #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Barbara Freethy * Silent Fall is the second book in the Sanders Brothers Duo (Silent Run is the first book). The heroes are brothers and the books are loosely connected but can also be read on their own. Dylan Sanders is attending a wedding in the mountains when his trip takes a terrible turn. A former lover appears out of nowhere, demands a private conversation, and lures him into the woods, then leaves him there, drugged and disoriented. The next morning, the woman has disappeared, and Dylan is accused of her murder. Catherine Hilliard, a beautiful psychic haunted by her own dark past, is reluctant to offer up her cryptic visions to help skeptical Dylan figure out what's going on, but she can't leave her best friend's brother-in-law on his own ... or deny the powerful, inexplicable connection between them. It soon becomes clear that a wily and ruthless mastermind has targeted both of them, with a motive that's very personal. Soon their race to expose the truth is no longer about staying out of jail but about staying alive ...