The handy pocket-size guide is packed with useful information, tips and recommendations, accompanied by color photographs, charts and maps for the first-time traveler who wants to experience the major highlights that the Kruger National Park has to offer.
The fold-out map of the Kuger National Park is ideal for tourists and visitors.
Are you struggling for inner peace and purpose? Is your devotional life stale and stagnant? Do you long for refreshment from the Living Water?If so, then this book is for you. Pour a cool, refreshing glass of your favorite beverage, pull up a comfy chair, put your feet up, and enjoy Tranquil Moments: Spiritual Refreshment from the Island of Maui.Thirty-one devotionals, one for each day of the month, take you on a spiritual journey. View God's promise in a rainbow spreading across a Maui mountaintop, His peace in a cascading waterfall and His faithfulness in a colorful sunrise.Savor a tranquil moment as the God of the universe fills you up with His never-ending love, peace, and purpose.Eileen Rife is a home educator, writer, and speaker. She has co-authored two books with her husband, Chuck: Marriage with an Attitude, and When Mourning Comes: Living Through Loss. She resides in Roanoke, Virginia with her husband, daughter, and two felines, all of whom add tranquil moments to her day.
What happens when a snarky force meets a younger hot object? Sparks fly Chrissy Andersen is the reigning Snark Queen. Known for her quick wit and her tendency to say exactly what’s on her mind, she finds herself the object of Derrick Steele’s interest. Derrick is a fast rising star in the NHL. Known for his good looks and his goaltending skills, he finds himself falling fast for the combination of Chrissy’s looks, wit and sarcasm. Snarky vs. Smooth, Old vs. Young, Woman vs. Man What could possibly go wrong?
Tears of Hope is the riveting story of a middle eastern woman that recounts the tragedy after tragedy she has experienced throughout her lifetime. War. Poverty. Escaping death three times. Burying 13 close family members by the age of 26. Sexual and physical child abuse. Neglect. Fourth-grade education. Severe Dyslexia. Marriage at 14. Motherhood at 15. Psychological and emotional abuse. Domestic violence.
Single motherhood. Immigration. Culture shock. Bankruptcy. Fighting for her teenage daughter. Becoming a grandmother at 32. Dealing with her mother's breast cancer. Any one of these tragedies or struggles could easily cripple a person. So how did one woman manage to not only survive all of these misfortunes but also overcome them to establish a happy marriage, develop a business, and become a United States citizen? Although it's against Middle Eastern culture to open up about such intimate, personal matters, in an effort to help others realize that it is possible to overcome life's greatest challenges-no matter how hope a situation may appear-when you keep hope alive. Learn more about Middle Eastern culture. See maps and special reports. Tears of Hope donates one dollar from every book or CD sold to war victims, dyslexia education, and women & children in need.
"For my love, the price to pay is your blood." In order to punish her loathsome ex-boyfriend, Hisoka attempts to use black magic on him. However, she makes a mistake in casting a spell, and accidentally calls a vampire named Rain instead!! He said that he will grant one wish for Hisoka but in return she must present him with her blood. At first, Hisoka is afraid but even though Rain is a vampire, he slowly changes into a gentle person, and because of that, her attraction towards him grows?!
2 Books in 1 Omnibus Q is for Quarry She was a "Jane Doe," an unidentified white female whose decomposed body was discovered near a quarry off California's Highway 1. The case fell to the Santa Teresa County Sheriff's Department, but the detectives had little to go on. The woman was young, her hands were bound with a length of wire, there were multiple stab wounds, and her throat had been slashed.
After months of investigation, the murder remained unsolved. That was eighteen years ago.
Now the two men who found the body, both nearing the end of long careers in law enforcement, want one last shot at the case. Old and ill, they need someone to help with their legwork and they turn to Kinsey Millhone. They will, they tell her, find closure if they can just identify the victim. Kinsey is intrigued and agrees to the job. But revisiting the past can be a dangerous business, and what begins with the pursuit of Jane Doe's real identity ends in a high-risk hunt for her killer.
R is for Ricochet Reba Lafferty was a daughter of privilege, the only child of an adoring father. Nord Lafferty was already in his fifties when Reba was born, and he could deny her nothing. Over the years, he quietly settled her many scrapes with the law, but he wasn't there for her when she was convicted of embezzlement and sent to the California Institution for Women. Now, at thirty-two, she is about to be paroled, having served twenty-two months of a four-year sentence. Nord Lafferty wants to be sure she stays straight, stays at home and away from the drugs, the booze, the gamblers." "It seems a straightforward assignment for Kinsey: babysit Reba until she settles in, make sure she follows all the rules of her parole. Maybe all of a week's work. Nothing untoward - the woman seems remorseful and friendly. And the money is good." But life is never that simple, and Reba is out of prison than twenty-four hours when one of her old crowd comes circling round.
Shortly after the Revolution, new waves of settlers came from the Hudson Valley and New England to the hills and woodlands of Central New York. This charming book contains extensive boyhood reminiscences from the out-of-print autobiographies of two men who grew up in the Cooper Country during the frontier period. Levi Beardsley came to Otsego County in 1790; Henry Wright came ten years later. These men give us memorable descriptions of bear hunts, clearing the forests and building log houses, eccentric clergymen and a drunken schoolmaster, cruelties and kindnesses, bees and dances, witches and Indians, and politics and religion.