We all have thoughts, feelings, and experiences that we want to preserve forever—and a journal makes the perfect keepsake. This inspiration-packed guide, with beautiful watercolor illustrations throughout, offers a wealth of creative ideas for creating attractive journals from scratch, as well as embellishing store-bought ones. The 21 creative projects range from a seasonal journal that features stunning handmade papers decorated with natural items (such as twigs and leaves) to a lovely book made from travel postcards that opens like a fan. Other exquisite suggestions include an accordion-style booklet for memorable quotes, a romantic journal, and a sweet little spiral-bound book for collecting favorite recipes.
Author: Kenneth McIntosh
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2014-11-17
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Ken Benally struggles with life's choices: how to decide between two beautiful girls, how to balance the competing demands of school activities, and how to satisfy his overly demanding father. But these challenges are nothing compared to the trouble he faces when a fortune in Native art is stolen, and his mother is a suspect in the case. It seems that the Trickster Coyote has put a curse on Ken, one that threatens all he holds dear. This third book in the CSC series provides information about forensic art techniques, along with gripping suspense.
Presents a provocative anthology of fiction, speeches, poems, and essays about the nature of war by such contributors as Rita Williams-Garcia, Mark Twain, Bob Dylan, Ernie Pyle, Helen Benedict, and others. 10,000 first printing.
Is it possible for someone to loathe a dog as adorable as Mason Mouw? Apparently, it is! New author Rick Mouw humorously recounts the experiences with Mason that led to his disdain for his canine nemesis. Mason or Me is the entertaining account of this dysfunctional relationship between dog and so-called master.
Inspiring, startling, and utterly compelling, Saving Babylon: The Heart of an Army Interrogator in Iraq shows a side of the war on terror that the American people have never seen before. Experience this Army Interrogator's gripping account of his miraculous journey through Iraq. Discover how he won the hearts of the Iraqi people through compassion. You've heard the news reports, now hear the truth as the author unveils details of his tour in Iraq.
Author: Anne Mischakoff Heiles
Release Date: 2007
This unique book, based on extensive research on more than 180 concertmasters and dozens of interviews, looks at the training and personality traits that have yielded great leaders in the string sections of orchestras in the United States and Canada. Includes in-depth profiles of twenty-two of the men and women who are the recent and present occupants of the first chair in these symphony and opera orchestras.