Author: , Genre: , Total Page: 124, Publisher: Rex Bookstore, Inc., ISBN: 9712324680

Author: Dale M. Courtney, Genre: Fiction, Total Page: 101, Publisher: Xlibris Corporation, ISBN: 1450002986

Moon People 2 This story is about the space adventures of 1st Science Officer Captain David Braymer and his transition from the Lunar Base 1 base station to his new home the Powleens traded them called the Aurora,a spaceship that looks like a Moon also known as "Goddess of The Dawn" it is 10 kilometers in diameter and with light speed capability. It’s the size of a small city.It has everything a small city would have like two hospitals and restaurants and shopping malls all over the ship. Captain Braymer also has a romantic attachment to a young lady by the name of Lieutenant Heather Courtney who is an Officers Aid. They have a few out of the ordinary experiences that they do not forget any time soon and our new friends the Powleens have advanced us centuries ahead of our time. They also traded us for five of their newest ships in their space fleet all with light speed capability with all of their weapons in tacked. They traded us for all kinds of their gadgetry ́s and even some of their food. That’s what they do,they go all over the Galaxy looking for friends and ultimate knowledge and trade with everyone they can find. Commander Braymer also has a mission to do a genesis on Mars that turns out surprisingly good with a few added benefits. One of the benefits was discovering a lot of Martian people and animals in a Noah ark kind of setup that has been frozen for over 100,000 years in life support chambers. They were all brought back to life again. There were many discoveries’ not to mention all of the futuristic weapons they find, with the aircraft all superior to anything at present by anyone. And nobody expected the Martians to have special mental powers like telekinetic and telekinesis and all sorts of mental telepathy powers like mind transference and the power to levitate in the air. Well everything was going pretty smooth until galactic war breaks out all over the universe and the final battle happens in our solar system. It was Earth with the Powleen people and also the Martians against the snake looking people called the Arcons and their friends the Thracians who resemble dog like people with sharp claws. There were crashed ships all over all of our planets and their moons in our solar system.It was the battle of all battles. It decided the control of our galaxy. If you think all of this sounds good wait till you read the book, its action packed from start to finish. I know you will enjoy Moon People 2. It’s some of my best work and don’t worry some day you just might see something that resembles “Moon People 3”coming to your local Book store or theater near you. Thank you and God Bless. D.M.Courtney Author

Author: John Arthur Roebuck, Genre: , Total Page: 606, Publisher: , ISBN: BL:A0017767633

Author: Erik Lawrence, Genre: Travel, Total Page: 94, Publisher: Erik Lawrence Publications, ISBN: 9781941998427

This handbook is chocked full of useful protection/security tips for the average person living in the modern age. Continually updated and refreshed with new tactics to live a safer and more secure life without taking it all too far. Author is a former Special Forces soldier and Security Company owner who have consulted and taught this subject for decades. Perfect travel book, gift for a loved one or the young kid who knows it all headed off to college.

Author: Jerome Alan Cohen, Genre: Law, Total Page: 874, Publisher: Princeton University Press, ISBN: 9781400887613

In the second of two volumes Jerome Alan Cohen and Hungdah Chiu have presented in a comprehensive form the views of the People's Republic of China on all the major questions of public international law. The material chosen includes official acts and statements from every level of the Chinese government, editorials and major articles from the People's Daily, dispatches of the New China News Agency and other government media, the writings of Chinese scholars, and the speeches of China's leaders. In an extensive introduction, Professors Cohen and Chiu discuss the experience of previous Chinese governments with international law, and the relationship of China's domestic public order and its foreign policy to its views of international law. Originally published in 1974. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Author: Corinna Dally-Starna, Genre: Social Science, Total Page: 706, Publisher: U of Nebraska Press, ISBN: 9780803224278

Gideon’s People is the story of an American Indian community in the Housatonic Valley of northwestern Connecticut. It is based on some three decades of nearly uninterrupted German-language diaries and allied records kept by the Moravian missionaries who had joined the Indians at a place called Pachgatgoch, later Schaghticoke. It is supplemented by colonial records and regional political, social, and religious histories and ethnographies. As such, it represents the only comprehensive, thoroughly contextualized description of a Native people in southern New England and adjacent eastern New York for the mid-eighteenth century. The Moravians’ diaries report on the day-to-day activities in the community, including house-building, the production of material goods, hunting, fishing, and farming. We are told of marriages, births, deaths, disease, and the calamity of alcohol abuse. The unavoidable interactions with surrounding Indians and close-by colonial farmers and townspeople are offered in detail, along with the sometimes contentious relations with local and colonial authorities. And there is the omnipresence of the missionaries’ religious message to the Indians, frequently accepted and then tested by the inevitable temptations and, more than once, spurned. But we also learn of the struggles of the Moravians to feed and clothe themselves at a distance from their congregation in Bethlehem and their endeavors, often marked by conflict and deep personal pain, to lead their Native flock to the Lamb.

Author: , Genre: , Total Page: 272, Publisher: Rex Bookstore, Inc., ISBN: 9712322513

Author: João Rocha, Genre: Humor, Total Page: 176, Publisher: Workman Publishing Company, ISBN: 9781523500628

It takes all kinds of people to make a world, the expression goes. But maybe it really takes only two kinds. People who put ketchup on their fries, and people who put the ketchup on the side. People who squeeze gently from the bottom, and people who manhandle the toothpaste tube. 2 Kinds of People is the interactive visual personality quiz that’s as much fun as a game. It works by showing two illustrations side by side. If you and your partner pick the same one, score it on the foldout wheel in the back, and move to the next. At the end, the number of matches determines where you fall on the Scale of Compatibility, ranging from mortal enemies to soul mates. There are 85 pairs in all, covering food, home, technology, travel, and more. It’s the perfect icebreaker, a clever way to find out if you and your best friend/date/coworker and/or person you just met in a bar are compatible. Cup or cone? Cash or plastic? Shower or bath? Escalator or stairs? Toilet paper over, or toilet paper under? Like they say, it’s the little things in life that really count.

Author: Vickie Jensen, Genre: Law, Total Page: 752, Publisher: ABC-CLIO, ISBN: 9780313068263

A unique, two-volume study that examines female crime and the women who commit it. • Biographical profiles of women who have been charged with crimes

Author: Jeanne DuPrau, Genre: Juvenile Fiction, Total Page: 352, Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers, ISBN: 9780375890505

A modern-day classic. This highly acclaimed adventure series about two friends desperate to save their doomed city has captivated kids and teachers alike for almost fifteen years and has sold over 3.5 MILLION copies! Lina and Doon have led the citizens of Ember to an exciting new world. When they discover a village called Sparks, they are welcomed, fed, and given places to sleep. But the town’s resources are limited and it isn’t long before resentment begins to grow between the two groups. When mysterious acts of vandalism cause tempers to erupt, putting everyone’s lives in danger, it’s up to our two heroes to find the courage to stop the conflict and bring peace. Praise for the City of Ember books: Nominated to 28 State Award Lists! An American Library Association Notable Children’s Book A New York Public Library 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing Selection A Kirkus Reviews Editors’ Choice A Child Magazine Best Children’s Book A Mark Twain Award Winner A William Allen White Children’s Book Award Winner “A realistic post-apocalyptic world. DuPrau’s book leaves Doon and Lina on the verge of undiscovered country and readers wanting more.” —USA Today “An electric debut.” —Publishers Weekly, Starred “While Ember is colorless and dark, the book itself is rich with description.” —VOYA, Starred