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The daughter of American painter George de Forest Brush relates her many adventures, which took her from her Parisian birthplace to New England via Italy, with side trips to the Holy Land and war-ravaged Germany. Along the way she would tragically lose her first husband and a stepson, meet ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, receive a commission from the Guardian, and count dozens of noted believers among her acquaintances.

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Babysitter Blues cover

Fourteen-year-old Evan feels like there's no tomorrow. He's trapped in an unending cycle of babysitting his much younger half-siblings while his mom juggles work and classes. His has little memory of his father, who died when he was young, and his mother has just divorced the stepfather to whom he had grown close. A gang of bullies at his school delights in tormenting him. But a sympathetic English teacher and a new friend, Nava, help him to see that sometimes what seems to be a hopeless situation really isn't.

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From the heartland of America comes this cycle of poems honoring the diverse peoples of the Great Northern Plains and beyond, reflecting a multigenerational healing quest to plant the tree of reconciliation among the sons and daughters of natives and immigrants. Cross-cultural insights and Baha’i themes combine brilliantly, like the lightning that heralds the golden eagle, to illuminate the vision for this New Day.

 

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"I start with zero. Nobody dies today." The strange note delivered to Lieutenant Detective Rick Peller of the Howard County, Maryland, police was just the beginning. Soon Peller and his colleagues find themselves chasing a cunning killer who is basing his crimes on the Fibonacci series, a mathematical sequence in which each number is the sum of the preceding two. And the only thing Peller knows for sure is that the series never ends.