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Fool s Joust

Author : Crystal Wood
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Fool's Joust is the second book of a Series featuring Patrick Trick McGuire, an all-American Texan, and his FBI girlfriend Tay Silvestri, who together investigate cases of the paranormal. Seeking a willing henchman for his desperate quest out of the past, a mysterious entity finds in Texas a true Knight to help him vanquish a renegade immortal who would assassinate the leaders of two nations and crown himself king.

A Fool s Heritage

Author : Adam Eriksson
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Five guardians. One kingdom. Ever since the victory over the dark princes and their white tigers, the guardians watch over the realm. Their glory days are a thing of the past, however. While the western shores are plagued by raids of Northmen, the capital is sinking in intrigues. The guardians do what they can in the face of the fragile balance of power among the great houses and the inaction of the king, who longs for an heir. Unfortunately, a storm is approaching, just as the words of House Elsworth signify. The sudden death of a guardian sets the stage for an epic power struggle. A Tale of Silence and Storm begins with three friends playing an innocent game of hide and seek at a small fishing village. Not far away, the queen and a guardian cross the countryside. They do not know that a longship of the Northmen is headed for the coast. What follows will interlink their and the childrens' destinies forever.

Ye Outside Fools Glimpses Inside the Stock Exchange

Author : Erasmus Pinto
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A Fool s Errand

Author : DE King
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No one knows the past, not even the secret society of Jesters who covertly maintain stability in Dharatan. All recent memory begins after a now-forgotten battle that almost destroyed their world. An amulet, linked to the very cause of the war, surfaces after 800 years. One of the most experienced Jesters steals it before it can be delivered to an unknown enemy. In an isolated cavern, outside the small northern city of Barnen, the Jester lies dying. Lani, a young woman seeking shelter away from trouble in the city, stumbles on him in his final moments. Now in possession of the amulet, and hunted by assassins sent to retrieve the jewel, Lani is driven away from the only place she’s ever lived and becomes entangled in events outside of her control. More alone than ever and unsure who is friend or foe, she finds herself bound to this Jester’s world in ways she could never have imagined. When she is told she is part of a bigger fate, her journey becomes a matter of life and death, as she seeks to unravel the truth. A Fool's Errand is Book 1 in the In All Jest series, a new epic fantasy series by fantasy author D.E. King. Book 2, Fool Me Twice is out in early 2021. For pre-release updates, cover reveals and more exciting information sign up at

Just Mary

Author : Margaret Anne Hume
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Just Mary and Maggie Muggins are names that will arouse memories in those who grew up with CBC radio and television in the 1940s and 1950s. The creator of these and other children’s shows, former Fredericton schoolteacher Mary Grannan, became a radio star when she hit the national airwaves in 1939, her popularity peaking when Maggie Muggins moved to television in 1955. Long before The Friendly Giant and Mr. Dressup appeared, her work helped to shape the legacy of gentle children’s programming on CBC. Building on her broadcasting success, Grannan published over thirty books, most runaway best-sellers. Attired in stylish dress, extravagant hats, and enormous earrings, she made frequent guest appearances at public events across the country. She received the Beaver Award for her broadcasting and was honoured by the International Mark Twain Society and the Institute for Education by Radio at Ohio State University. "Just Mary": The Life of Mary Evelyn Grannan is the first biography of this creative and once well-known Canadian woman. Immersing the reader in rich detail while showcasing excerpts of her writings through the years, the book presents an intimate examination of her life journey through previously unreleased personal letters, archives, an abundance of photographs, and interviews with family, friends, colleagues, and former students. This is the private Mary Grannan as the public has never before known her.

Intellectual disability

Author : Patrick McDonagh
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This collection explores the historical origins of our modern concepts of intellectual or learning disability. The essays, from some of the leading historians of ideas of intellectual disability, focus on British and European material from the Middle Ages to the late-nineteenth century and extend across legal, educational, literary, religious, philosophical and psychiatric histories. They investigate how precursor concepts and discourses were shaped by and interacted with their particular social, cultural and intellectual environments, eventually giving rise to contemporary ideas. The collection is essential reading for scholars interested in the history of intelligence, intellectual disability and related concepts, as well as in disability history generally.

Giver of Truth Biblical Commentary Vol 2

Author : God's Servant
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God’s servant offers you convenient commentary books, which are practical, concise, and relevant. The Giver of Truth Biblical Commentary books are intellectually stimulating and include all that expensive multivolume commentaries have to offer. The Giver of Truth Biblical Commentary books present each book of the Bible, chapter by chapter, with consideration of the King James Bible as the standard and credit given to references within the text, which allows you to examine your Bible within its historical background and customs. The Giver of Truth Biblical Commentary illuminates the Bible within its time and place, which affords doctrinal penetrating insight into the practical application of truth for everyday living. God’s servant, former entrepreneur and educator, has devoted years of study to religious theology after completing graduate degrees from community college, business college, state college, state university, Christian college, Seminary Studies, and Christian Growth Plans. God’s servant has written monographs for various churches, planned seminary classes, taught Bible classes, and serviced in the Church for years, and now writes in an easy to read manner for those who want to complement their religious conscience with a solid foundation of Christianity, which offers a real relationship with God.

Foolproofing Your Life

Author : Jan Silvious
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The world is filled with difficult people. It is impossible to avoid them. (You may have one, in particular, in your life right now.) In dealing with such people, we often try a number of coping strategies. Unfortunately, our best attempts at making peace often fail. This is because the difficult people in our lives are often what the Bible calls "fools." And dealing with fools requires a special kind of biblical wisdom. You've tried everything–from confrontation to passivity. You've found out what doesn't work; now discover what does. Gain the tools you need to get along with others and conduct your relationships in a manner that honors God–and preserves your sanity!–in Foolproofing Your Life: Wisdom for Untangling Your Most Difficult Relationships. Learn how new insights from the book of Proverbs can help you respond to those relationships that seem hard to untangle.

A Family Under God Form 17 001

Author : Brooky Stockton
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Get Wise

Author : Bob Merritt
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We make dozens of decisions, big and small every day--some without much thought at all. But with many decisions, there's a certain amount of danger. One wrong decision can destroy a career or a marriage. A string of wrong decisions can derail a life. So how do we know if our decisions are wise ones? Pastor Bob Merritt has found that the best way to get it right is to cultivate godly wisdom. In Get Wise, he takes God's best wisdom as found in the book of Proverbs and applies it to the top decisions every person has to make--decisions about education, work, family, friends, sex, parenting, money, and more. Topic by topic, he shows readers how to make choices that result in long-term benefits in health, reputation, peace, and finances.