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Three pre-teen adventurers discover a place of ancient dreaming, ritual and lurking evil. To save the village Magdalene, Peter and Gimbo must search for animal legends to help them overthrow the evil witchdoctor by killing his conjured demons.
Roan and Kay are orphans. A fire destroys their old life, but they have one chance to enter the School of Faith. They are given one month to pass the entry trials, but as Roan excels and Kay fails, their devotion to each other is put to the test. They swore they would face everything together, but when the stakes are losing the life they've always dreamed of, what will they do to stay together? What won't they do?
Since childhood, Sufoh has lived his life according to the principle of Slayer's Heart, a technique which rids him of all emotion and renders him a ruthless, bloodthirsty killer. Such a reputation is a badge of honor among the warrior race of Macaris from which he hails. But when Sufoh accidentally releases six legendary demons that threaten to plunge the world into chaos, he must leave his people to undo what he has done. As he ventures into a world that hates and fears him, Sufoh is forced to confront not only the evil he has unleashed, but the evil within himself and learn what it truly means to be human.
In 1401, Catherine de Valois seemed like just another daughter to King Charles VI of France and his wife, Queen Isabeau of Bavaria, doomed to live forever in obscurity. That is until she became the excuse King Henry V of England needed in order to declare war with France. Caught between her father's mental illness and both a civil war at home and war with England, Catherine found the eyes of the Christian world fixed upon her. Shakespeare would tell her story in his grand history play "Henry V," concealing the real woman she was. Discover the real Catherine and how this young woman of courage, conviction, and peace changed not just her 15th century world, but the lives of every British and American woman and man born since. Based on primary source accounts supplemented by research from the BBC. A creative non-fiction biography for children and teens.
It can be difficult to be a fifth grader in a big city like Chicago. Throw in the fact that you are a tad small, wear big glasses, root for a losing baseball team, and are in love. Welcome to life of Bobo. We walk with Bobo as he travels through a weekend and other random instances in his life.
Grey Gomez is an eleven-year-old boy who is having a bizarre week. First he dies, then wakes up in the afterlife with a tomboy, a baseball player, a beauty queen and a science geek. They learn that Purgatory is broken and are soon thrust into a frantic search through the Underworld to find out why. With the help of an Oracle and the Grim Reaper himself, Grey and his new friends develop extraordinary abilities that aid them on their quest to discover the truth.
In the summer of 1989 Eric Bullard took a month off from his job as Vice-President in charge of sales and marketing for the family publishing company and returned to the Hindu ashram where he had lived and studied for three years. It was supposed to be a vacation, a sort of rest before the heavy Christmas season's workload. But what he found there and the resulting years of uncertainty, mystery, and finally great magic will leave readers on the edge of their seats, questioning their own perceptions of reality. Sometimes shocking, sometimes humorous, always on the edge, "The Ashram" is a true story and unforgettable adventure: the unfolding of one man's unconscious mind and his travels through the wilds of Central America as he comes to grips with what he has found. Synopsis: Destined to leave readers on the edge of their seats, questioning their own perceptions of reality, "The Ashram" is one of the most unique, original, true, spiritual adventure stories of all time. Beginning in 1983, the story chronicles Eric Bullard's personal search which begins at the end of a six month odyssey through the South Pacific when he begins to question all that he has seen and lived in life up to that point. Now, desperate and preparing to return to the exact same world that he left six months earlier, he retreats up to the remote summit of Mount Solitaire in the Blue Mountains of Australia for a final week of fasting and contemplation in the hope that the answers he so desperately needs will come. Once there he reads a book on meditation, becomes fascinated with the subject, learns to meditate, and achieves great results. Two yeas later he enters into a Hindu ashram where he spends he majority of he next seven years studying deep meditation techniques. The real heart of the story begins to unfold in 1989 when, after four years in the ashram, he participates in a thirty day intensive meditation course during which he experiences a set of deep spiritual experiences that irrevocably change his life forever. Totally unprepared for what he has seen and experienced on the course, he spends the next three years in the ashram trying to come to grips with what he has found and now knows lies deep within each and every other human being. This main story line is further expanded and articulated upon by the second story line of the book which occurs nine years later as Eric, after drinking his way through Mexico and Guatemala for four years, decides to hike across the remote, war-torn Cuchamatane Mountains of Guatemala with a couple of hiking companions that he has just met. Not sure what they might find, if it is safe, or even the way, they end up becoming lost in the perilous mountains then helped by the humble yet courageous Highland Mayan Indians that they meet along the way. Arriving to the other side of the mountain range the trio enters into a mysterious, ancient Mayan kingdom known as the Ixil Triangle where they are confronted by the incredible devastation left over by the recently ended Guatemalan Civil War. Venturing deeper into the Triangle and the tragedy that lies within, Eric is finally forced to confront the personal demons, fears and doubts that have been plaguing him since the course of nine years earlier and discover something far greater then he could have ever imagined.

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