Kentucky Horse Park: Paradise Found is the first complete book written on the #1 horse sanctuary in the United States—Kentucky Horse Park. Ms. Howard takes you behind the scenes as you meet and discover the dozens of unique breeds of horses that call Kentucky Horse Park home. From the most popular, the Arabian, to the rarest breed, the Marwari, you will discover where and when each breed originated. Also included is an invaluable, superb photo gallery. This book is bound to become a collector’s item passed from generation to generation.
Jericho James: Happy, Go Lucky is a book about a man leaving his hometown of Parkersburg, West Virginia, in to gold fields of California in the year 1876 in the backdrop of the Battle of Little Big Horn. The antics between him and his horse, Lucky, is quite humorous. He also befriends a sergeant major who belongs to a troop of cavalry who saves Jericho from an Indian attack.
Granny’s Cobbler is a delightful story for children and adults. The author will pull at your heart strings and take you back to your childhood memories as you read about Granny and Aggie. Granny and Aggie have a deep affection for one another and love spending time together picking fruits and vegetables from Granny’s garden. When the blackberries are in season, Aggie and Granny go blackberry picking. They wash, dry and put the blackberries in a container until they have enough for a cobbler. Aggie learns to count by multiples of five and twenty-five up to one hundred.
The most celebrated authors of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales are immortalized not only in their writing but also in the museums, libraries, and other memorials dedicated in their honor. Over 300 sites devoted to 40 authors are covered in this guide. The sites range from restored historic homes to memorial statues. Each entry describes the site and its history, placing it within the context of the author’s life and career. Directions are provided to help the reader reach each site; telephone numbers, admission prices, and hours are also included for the traveler’s convenience. The text is illustrated with photographs from these historic and literary homes, libraries, and other important memorial locations. Postage stamps commemorating the writers are also included.
Destitution At The Edge (DATE) unveils more noise than the comedy it portrays. One would be lead to believe it's a hard written book, based on the fact, the book's title. On the contrary, this book sheds more light on the sunny side as oppose to the rainy side. DATE relates to real life circumstances that plummet people on a daily basis and laughs at it. This 51 poem book is written from experience and carries more spirits than a bottle of sour wine. All jokes aside, DATE should be taken literally. Broke, The Bully, Money, and Sell It highlight only a few poems from this newly authored book, these factors can topple a person over the edge and plunge one into destitution. DATE is a collection of nickel and dime poetry that takes the "s" out of s-c-r-e-w-e-d.
Edward Scott writes one more for poetry. His new book, The Gift, a third book published by Authorhouse, includes 51 poems as his first two books (The Midnight Window and Destitution At The Edge). The Gift simply put is a collection of poems that centers on attitude. All his works thus far have the knack to sweeten bitterness like humor. This book extracts fragments from his life, for the most part. He will release his fourth book (Static January 2012) with another 51.
This book is a new translation of Paul?s Treatise to the Ephesians into Professional, Contemporary, American English, written for professionals who finally want a no-nonsense answer to the meaning of the significance of their life. It penetrates the ossified ?code language? of the Ecclesiastical, Medieval, British/Latin English that has obscured Paul?s essential message for four centuries. The book makes the case that Jesus, our heavenly Commander in Chief, has specially selected each of us to an apprenticeship to discover and accomplish a unique, carefully crafted lifework. His goal is to help us successfully achieve it, and in doing so earn the distinguished qualifications required for leadership in the honorable government of the future world He will found upon His return.
At a growth rate of baby chick to full adult in less than two months, chickens are one of the fastest growing food source known to man. It seems that chickens were put on earth to supply the world?s population with eggs and meat. This book tells the story of Albert Okura?s belief that his destiny in life is to sell more chickens than anyone else in the world. Although sounding preposterous at first glance, it needs to be noted that Colonel Sanders did not sell his first franchise until he was 60 years old. Albert was born in 1951 and grew up with the fledgling fast food industry. His first full time job was working at Burger King as a hamburger cook. Recognizing that mental toughness as well as the ability to train, develop, and motivate others was critical for long term success, Albert gravitated to those who inspired him. Lessons learned from life experiences helped him realize his destiny. In 1984, at the age of 32, Albert opened a rotisserie chicken restaurant with help from his uncle. Albert has become Southern California?s foremost expert on mass producing, tender and moist rotisserie chickens. Juan Pollo is now poised to go into the bigtime. This is their story.
This inspiring collection of writing from Tennessee preacher and farmer Ben Robert Alford provides a summary of his life?s work. Dr. Alford articulates his ideas of Christian philosophy and practice for both the believer and the non-believer, in ways professional and personal. Selected from thousands of pages of documents by his son, Dance Of The Holy Nobodies preserves the legacy ? and continues the ministry ¬? of a dedicated and grateful servant of God. ?This book is a treasure. It is not simply a collection of insightful and inspiring sermons, essays, articles and other theological musings. It is, more importantly, a window into the heart and soul of a very special person.? ?If you are looking for thoughtful and insightful theological reflections, you have come to the right place. If you are in search of penetrating and astute church commentary, you have come to the right place. If you need inspirational and encouraging spiritual meditations, you have come to the right place. Dance of the Holy Nobodies is one of the most engaging books you will find.? ? from the foreword by Ted Brown, President of Martin Methodist College