A cookbook for the bathroom! It's full of simple recipes to make bath salt soaks to match moods, bath bags, facial masks, bath oils, etc. I love it! I have a copy and have given several copies to friends. A bathroom book must!
I typically really enjoy Nevada Barr. Learning about the National Parks, the descriptions of the wildlife and outback survival tips - as well as the intrique and crime solving mystery attached. This book was set in New Orleans, not a "wilderness park" and I was none to impressed with the storyline. The first half of the book bounces between 2 storylines and both are not overly enjoyable and pretty sickly descriptive. Child pornography, families including small children burning in fires, Voodoo and sacrifice of animals are all topics brought up in the first 1/2 of the book. Not impressed.
The Funny Thing Is...She probally made millions off this book and I could do a way better job.
If you're looking to be entertained this isn't going to do it for you, stick with watching her show instead. However, if you're looking for a bunch of random thoughts hodge-podged together in no particular order on the level of a beginner stand-up comedian attempt...this is the book for you!
The ISBN # that corresponds with this book 9780545298742, does not have a CD attached with it. Since the book is listed as only costing 1 credit and not the standard 2 credits when an audio CD accompanies the book, the description should read paperback only. There is no CD that comes along with this book.
Cute, but not nearly as good as the other 32-page SkippyJon Jones books. This is a single book. The ISBN posting number 978-0545-290364 is marked on the back of the book as a 10-book pack post with the single book post of B-OK5-290368. PBS does not recognize and allow this single book ISBN to be posted so I and others are posting this book under the 10 book pack ISBN - be advised this is just 1 book, 8 pages in length.
Book 1 of a 3 part series. This is an abridged - 4 discs.
Back cover reads: What happens to the gods depends on mortals help? That's what 3 very different young women find out when they are invited to warrior's peak. The Malory Price Plan does not include a quixotic quest - but the strangers on warrior's peak claim that she must find a key that will release three souls that are held captive by an evil god. Little does she know that the quest will bring her two new friends, the love of her life, and danger beyond anyone's imagination.
Definately one of Nora Roberts better triologys. If you enjoyed the faerie triology, the witch triology or the vampire/sorceror triology you're sure to love this one!
The Roots of Youth Ministry series is part of a 7 book series, written by Rodger Nishioka, Lynn Turnage, and Bob Tuttle addresses both ecumenical and uniquely Presbyterian youth ministry concerns for both professional that lay educators engaged in youth ministry. In this book, Nishioka explores youth ministry in a clearly Presbyterian and Reformed context. Included is the five theological purposes essential to any successful youth ministry program, a discussion on the roles evangelism and the Bible play in a meaningful youth ministry program, including a proven ten-step method for bible study, specific helps for developing the vision statement for your youth group, and the developmental characteristics of youth and how to respond and nurture their ever-changing attitudes, needs, and behavior.
I'm still not sure what all the hype is about. I thought the book was good in demonstrating the maternal bond that can form between a child and other women not-related to that child but that love(s) the child just as much as a mother should. I enjoyed the emphasis that this bond can be fordged no matter the color of skin or economic background, but...I still found the book to be a little slow paced for my liking. I actually had to order it on audio CD because I knew I'd never take the time to finish reading it, it just wasn't motivating enough for me to say "Where'd I put my book down I think I'll read."