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How Hot Rod Won the Race? -- A Colorful and Lesson-Filled Picture Book by Author Jerry Carr
LAS VEGAS, April 17, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In every race, there is always a winner and everybody in that race always wants to be the winner. Just like in car racing, life is also a race. But how can we win the race? What shall we do to achieve our dreams? Hot Rod will tell us the secret of making our dreams into reality. This colorful picture book by author Jerry Carr will unveil to us one of the greatest lessons in life.
Uncover Another Hidden Chapter of WWII History -- New Book Tells the True Story of Courageous Men in the Secret Service
SASKATCHEWAN, April 17, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- There are many sides to every story, just as there are hidden chapters in our history. In 1942, naval recruits were 'volunteered' into the special service operations in Canada. This highly trained squad of combined troops attacked European shores by stealth from the sea, and then returned to the sea. Only one man is left to tell the story of these courageous men -- Agent 034. Author John M. Makie unveils this little known part of WWII history as he shares the true story of The Spy Worker.
The Poetry of Sculptures -- New Picture Book Combines Eloquent Verses and Stunning Images
CHELTENHAM, Pa., April 17, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Everyone has some talent in one form or degree, but not all have exceptional ability when it comes to the creative arts. Know -- and see in pictures -- the amazing work of a woman who discovered her gift of sculpting late in life as her daughter gives tribute to her memory in this poem-picture anthology, Her Sculptures Speak To My Soul.
Chasing the Sound of Applause -- A Gripping Novel About a Young Man's Travails in Following His Dream
DETROIT, April 17, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- From author Julia Tolliver comes a compelling novel about a young black man who grew up in a small town, but had big dreams he never gave up on. Horny Man is what the regulars of Foxy's called Gregory Tolliver. And rightly so, for when he started playing his big saxophone, he exuded a sweet sex appeal that made the girls go crazy and had even the guys hooting for him. But as much as Greg loved the limelight, his life wasn't always as harmonious as the melodies he played.
Harnessing the Body's Healing Powers -- New Book On How to Use Macrobiotic Principles for Health and Well-Being
CARSON CITY, Nev., April 17, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Are there days when you feel you have virtually no energy? Do you get sick or have chronic illnesses where drugs have little or no effect? Are you looking for a more holistic approach to getting well and maintaining your health? Then be surprised to know that the knowledge you are looking for has been with you all this time - it is, in fact, in your body. Learn how to read the signs and understand what your body is telling you with Kaare Bursell's The End of Medicine.