"This is Gertrude Stein, prominent among the new wave of American writers living in Paris between the two world wars. Three Lives presents the "unforgettable stories of three women, told with poignancy and compassion by one of the most important writers of the (20th) Century.""
"By the author of Seth Speaks and Seth Material, Jane Roberts, who channels from her guide, Seth. In this volume she explores many alternate states of awareness, including trance mediumship, out-of-body experiences, "spirit guides," mental telepathy, and reincarnation."
"Your body doesn't know how to lie. Unconsciously, it telegraphs your thoughts as you fold your arms, cross your legs, stand, walk, move your eyes and mouth....read Body Language so that you can penetrate the personal secrets, both of intimates and total strangers."
"Huge bestseller in the late 80's. Lots of stimulating springboards for conversation and discussion.. Also great tool for self-discovery, alone in a room, asking yourself about your beliefs and attitudes. Can't go wrong."
""After being gravely injured in a surprise attack, Richard Rahl awakes to discover his beloved Kahlan missing. To his disbelief, no one remembers the woman he is frantically trying to find . . ." Much praised by reviewers."
"Near Santa Fe, a dedicated group of archaeologists, geologists, and students works diligently on a dig as rich as the soil. Harmless fires and slithering snakes don't bother them. Even when one of them "accidentally" falls over a cliff with a diamond in his pocket, the mereley stops for a moment . . . Mystery"
"This wise and compassionate self-help book can help you break negative mental and emotional patterns and build a stronger sense of well-being and self-understanding. And acceptance, too. By Theodore Isaac Rubin, M.D., author of The Angry Book."
""A fictional account of the lives of Sam Houston and Santa Anna, the book moves relentlessly to the adversaries' historic encounter at the battle of San Jacinto, which resulted, eventually, in the U.S. annexation of Texas." ALA Booklist"
"Earth's first visitor looks like a 12-foot long cabbage worm, acts like a spoiled brat, and delights in taking over human minds for fun. Qumas's daddy, the terrifying Swarm Tyrant, wants him back, and will snuff out the sun if the terrible tot isn't returned . . ."