The Science Rocks! series provides a simplified look at Earth Science. Learn about the clouds in these easy-to-read books.
Pendant plus d’un an, Audrey Jougla a enquêté en caméra cachée dans les laboratoires publics et privés français pour comprendre la réalité de l’expérimentation animale. Quels sont les tests pratiqués aujourd’hui ? Dans quel but ? En Europe, plus de 11, 5 millions d’animaux subissent chaque année des tests, qui ne concernent pas seulement les rongeurs mais de nombreuses espèces familières comme les chats, les chiens, les chevaux ou les singes.
En poussant les portes de ces lieux interdits au grand public, où personne n’a encore pu accéder sans effraction, Audrey Jougla nous embarque dans le récit de son aventure aux côtés des militants de la cause animale. Une enquête inédite et un récit saisissant sur la souffrance infligée aux animaux, qui interroge notre humanité face à l’absurdité de la violence.
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.
Once upon a time.
Happily ever after. Such are the classic promises of fairy tales. Yet in Texas we find a twist to the familiar storyline.
In If the Devil Had a Wife, there is still the battle of Good vs. Evil, a beautiful maiden, a wealthy suitor, a kingdom of riches and the wicked witch, but any similarity with Cinderella and Snow White ends there. With the help of her life partner and an attorney (always necessary in these modern times), Nelda Stark executes a devious plan that elevates fraud and theft to a new high. A massive coverup reaches into the Texas Attorney General's Office, stealing from not only the Stark family, but the federal and state governments.
Fraternity leader and wolf shifter Marcelo Hunter leads his pack with an iron fist. As a powerful Alpha, nothing slips by Marcelo. His fraternity full of shifters run the school. All of the Betas and Omegas follow his word to the letter. Coming from a troubled past, Marcelo had become hardened by his life experiences. When he sets his eyes on something, he must have it. Enter Damien. Damien is a freshman. It's his first year on campus. As an Omega in heat, he draws the attention of every Alpha in the area. Naturally, he's terrified. He knows he's being stalked and followed. He feels help and alone. But he's also desperately in heat and can't keep it under wraps. He must learn to control his feelings or they could get the best of him. Marcelo senses Damien during orientation. His body tenses and he finds himself irresistibly drawn to Damien.
He must have him. There's no question about it.
Marcelo invites Damien to join his fraternity of shifters. He'll be safer with them. Damien hesitantly accepts.
Through a series of tests and trials, Marcelo pushes Damien to his limits. His initiation involves hot, rough tests. Damien finds himself growing more and more attracted to Marcelo with each tribulation he undertakes. When he finally passes the tests, they celebrate. Marcelo takes Damien out on a night he won't forget.
In the heat of the moment, they both end up with more than they bargained for. Content Warning: This book contains explicit gay scenes between two of-age consenting adults that include shifting, unprotected love, and mpreg. Adults only!
Poems, 1922-1961 was first published in 1966.This volume contains a collection of the most important work of Donald Davidson, one of America’s greatest contemporary poets. The selection range from the time of his association with the Fugitive group of Southern writers during the 1920’s to his most recently published book of poems, The Long Street (1961). The Tall Men, first published in 1927, is included here in its revised version of 1938. Among the other early poems are selections from An Outland Piper (1924) and from Lee in the Mountains and Other Poems (1938).The critic Louis D.
Rubin, Jr. calls this “the life work of a master poet.” He comments: “These poems don’t date; they represent no outmoded school or clique . . . and the new poems have a simplicity about them that does not hide so much as it enhances their rich imaginativeness and wealth of imagery. These are the poems of a man of great sensitivity and an exciting imagination and command of the language.”