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Zigiyama: a Cat Who was Lost, Found, Loved -- New Book Tells the Captivating Tale About a Lost Cat Who Found a Home
FAR ROCKAWAY, N.Y., April 6, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Motivated by the belief that developing a passion for reading early in life is indispensable for a firm foundation in education, author Grace Okyere shares an endearing tale about a cat who was left scared and alone, hoping that she could fly and find her way home. Eventually, she was found by a loving couple who made her feel blessed in every way. Follow the simple yet winning story of Zigiyama the Cat as she narrates her fascinating life.
Dyer & Berens LLP
Denver-Based Dyer & Berens LLP Announces Its Investigation Regarding Losses Suffered by Investors Who Purchased Zynex, Inc. Securities Between 5/21/08 and 3/31/09
DENVER, April 6, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Denver, Colorado law firm of Dyer & Berens LLP (www.DyerBerens.com) today announced that it has initiated an investigation on behalf of purchasers of Zynex, Inc. (OTC: ZYXI), formerly known as Zynex Medical Holdings, Inc. (OTC: ZYNX), securities between May 21, 2008 and March 31, 2009.
It All Starts At Home, With the Family -- New Book Reestablishes the Village That Nurtures Our Youth
BALTIMORE, April 6, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The children of today's generation get their values and character education elsewhere. Without us knowing it, they are greatly influenced by their parent's daily actions and the media in which programs are not screened all the time. Moreover, a lot of parents have ceased to fulfill spiritual and moral obligations to their little ones. We have a generation of some parents who believe that since they dropped out of school and are illiterate, it is all right for their children to continue the downward spiral. Can anything be done with the problem that's plaguing society? Author Lisa M. Calicchia challenges parents, and guardians with her outcry, I Want to Teach... Not Raise Your Kids!
Were They Coming Late to America? -- A Poignant But Inspiring Tale by Author Dr. Oliver Akamnonu
ASTORIA, N.Y., April 6, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- It was the precarious state of living that impelled them to move to America. After those instances that they were attacked, Dr. Ogbuebe couldn't consider more nights of fear and apprehensions for his family. With his wife and son, he set off for the place he hoped could give them a better life. What fate awaits them in America? Let us find out where this journey ends in author Dr. Oliver Akamnonu's COMING LATE TO AMERICA.
What Can You Do to Protect The Battered Shield of Faith? -- New Book Looks Into the Truth of the Skeptic Mindset That Lives Within Each of Us
EDMONTON, Alberta, April 6, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- People from all walks of life have their own beliefs. Even agnostics or atheists adhere to their beliefs in disbelief, in nothingness. For devout believers, will our unproven conception lead us to salvation? Is believing in the unseen more rewarding than actually seeing what you believe in? Author Shaun McIntosh bares the controversial aspects of spiritual skepticism as he exposes the cynical persona within us. Follow an edifying religious odyssey into the very heart of hell itself, The Battered Shield of Faith.
Discover the Funny Things That Happen in Real Estate! -- New Anthology Exposes the Hilarious Side of Real Estate Business
LAFAYETTE HILL, Pa., April 6, 2009 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Real estate is one of the careers to take when you want to be your own boss. Of course, it isn't all fun and games. It has its highs and lows and can even take you through the depths of hell. But it makes for an interesting life. When you have rental properties, you have stories. Author Robert Stillman shares some of his amusing experiences in real estate through Seven Stories Of Real Estate: The Funny Things That Happen.