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Monsoon Pacific Princeton Upholstered Linen Dining Chairs, Ivory, Set of 2
Monsoon Pacific Princeton Upholstered Linen Dining Chairs, Ivory, Set of 2
Price: $169.64
4 used & new from $166.23

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Too much trouble, January 26, 2014
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The chairs look good for the price. However, I ordered two sets. (4 chairs) The assembly was very difficult because the holes were not drilled out or did not line up very well. In addition, the legs were missing to one chair. I contacted Amazon and they replaced the chairs immediately which was very impressive. However, when the replacement set arrived one of the chairs was very difficult to put together and there was a missing bolt. Luckily, I waited to return the previous set for this very reason. I was able to grab a bolt from the return box. Overall, I have been very happy with my Amazon purchases. However, I would not purchase from this company again.
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Healing Katrina: Volunteering in Post-Hurricane Mississippi
Healing Katrina: Volunteering in Post-Hurricane Mississippi
by Timothy H. Warneka
Edition: Hardcover
Price: $24.18
18 used & new from $19.28

5.0 out of 5 stars A Real Eye-Opener, August 4, 2007
Tim Warneka in his book, Healing Katrina, shares his detailed, personal, and compassionate experience, as an American Red Cross Volunteer, in the after math of the most destructive natural disaster in U.S. history. Healing Katrina gives a very interesting and fresh look into the `behind the scenes' responsibilities of the volunteers and mental health care professionals assigned to the American Red Cross base in Mississippi.

Extremely insightful and very informative, Tim Warneka has written an excellent resource book. A must read for those who have a heart to help others in crises.

Marsha Johnson is the author of Emerald's Garden How to grieve, mourn, and recover from loss. [...]


"Alice in Academe" and Other Stories
"Alice in Academe" and Other Stories
by Holly Schapker
Edition: Paperback
Price: $21.00
21 used & new from $2.58

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Amusing, clever, and sharp witted, March 24, 2007
What fun to see Alice step out of Wonderland and into the frenzied halls of university life. And even get married? Yes, and even get married.

In an amusing, clever, and sharp witted style, Joe Wessling introduces Alice to the 21st Century. The series of short stories are fun, entertaining, and extremely imaginative. Alice in Academe explores a world that Lewis Carroll would find bizarre and amusing. A must read for the academic world!

Marsha Johnson is a writer, speaker, and author of Emerald's Garden How to grieve, mourn, and recover from loss.


The Fat Lady Never Sings: How a Football Team Found Redemption on the Baseball Diamond
The Fat Lady Never Sings: How a Football Team Found Redemption on the Baseball Diamond
by Steven Reilly
Edition: Paperback
Price: $16.36
29 used & new from $3.34

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars True Celebration, March 24, 2007
With a long history of winning, the Derby football team is suddenly faced with a devastating loss. For a team of young high school boys and their coaches, The Fat Lady Never Sings is a story of second chances.

Steven Reilly vividly describes how a group of young boys and coaches find the `road to redemption' on the baseball field. In this book, The Fat Lady Never Sings reinforces the supernatural drive to overcome adversity in spite of overwhelming obstacles.

The Fat Lady Never Sings is a book of true celebration. A must read for the sports fans who love to sit on the edge of their seat.


Dollbaby: Triumph Over Childhood Sexual Abuse
Dollbaby: Triumph Over Childhood Sexual Abuse
by Linde Grace White
Edition: Paperback
22 used & new from $7.67

4.0 out of 5 stars A courageous story, March 24, 2007
Dollbaby is a courageous story of one woman's fight to face the past, comes to terms with the present, and find hope in the future.

Abused at a very tender age, the author, Linde Grace, shares the personal side of sexual abuse as she reveals the details of how she remembered her past and how it shaped her life in the years to come.

Victims of sexual abuse quickly discover that the world is apprehensive to talk about the things that go on behind closed doors. It takes raw courage to bring to light that which has been hidden in the dark. So, for those of us who have survived sexual abuse, Linde Grace's book, Dollbaby, is a reminder that we are more than survivors - we are overcomers.

Marsha Johnson is a writer, speaker, and author of Emerald's Garden How to grieve,mourn, and recover from loss.


The Man Who Fed the World: Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Norman Borlaug and His Battle to End World Hunger
The Man Who Fed the World: Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Norman Borlaug and His Battle to End World Hunger
by Leon F. Hesser
Edition: Hardcover
38 used & new from $2.22

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A life-changing read, March 24, 2007
The Man Who Fed The World an authorized biography by Leon Hesser

Norman Borlaug's life, written by Leon Hesser, is more than magnanimous. It is impressively humble.
Hesser's remarkable, well-written book, is a wonderful story of the simple life of an Iowa farm boy whose extraordinary determination led him on a lifelong journey to feed a starving world. A young Norman Borlaug, scarred by the effects of the Great Depression witnessed, first hand, how food changes peoples lives.

The Man Who Fed The World is an inspiring book of one man's hope, vision, and the intestinal fortitude to relentlessly pursue his goal to relieve human suffering. And for the millions of the world's starving who were unable to personally express their gratitude Norma Borlaug, on October 20, 1970, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

A huge thank you to Leon Hesser for bringing the world this book!

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The Art of the Spark: 12 Habits to Inspire Romantic Adventures (Celebrating Our Lives Series)
The Art of the Spark: 12 Habits to Inspire Romantic Adventures (Celebrating Our Lives Series)
by Mary Zalmanek
Edition: Paperback
44 used & new from $0.01

5.0 out of 5 stars A Must Read, March 24, 2007
Mary's 12 Habits to Inspire Romantic Adventures is quite impressive. The book is packed with personal stories that are not only interesting but Mary provides her readers with practical information that gives you insight into yourself and your spouse.

The Art of the Spark by Mary Zalmanek is a book every couple, engaged or married, should read. If you want to keep the `home fires burning' for years to come. Combine a little effort with Mary's creative ideas and you have a recipe for creating your own Cinderella story! The Art of the Spark is a must read!

Marsha Johnson is a writer, speaker, and the author of Emerald's Garden. (...)


Is Your House Making You Overweight, Sick, or Tired?
Is Your House Making You Overweight, Sick, or Tired?
by Margaret Rouse Shontz
Edition: Paperback
Price: $25.00
6 used & new from $8.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Eye-opener, March 24, 2007
Margaret Rouse Shontz sheds new light on the dangers that lurk inside our homes. In her new book, Is Your House Making You Overweight, Sick or Tired? Shontz, through personal experience and exhaustive research details the potentially harmful effects of common household products, appliances and improper electricity.

This book is a real eye-opener. The very place one would consider safe could, in fact, be the breeding ground for illness. Shontz new book gives you good cause to do some housecleaning of the `not so conventional kind'.


Powerful Steps-10 Essential Career Skills and Business Strategies for the Workplace Warrior
Powerful Steps-10 Essential Career Skills and Business Strategies for the Workplace Warrior
by Brian J Bieler
Edition: Paperback
Price: $15.20
26 used & new from $0.01

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Motivating, March 24, 2007
I found Powerful Steps by Brian Bieler, to be motivating, inspiring, and full of practical information. So much so that I shared his 10 Essential Career Skills and Business Strategies at my next speaking engagement! Bielers book has a winning combination of personal experience and business savvy that leaves the reader with a fantastic book to recommend, re-read, and refer to often. Powerful Steps is just that - POWERFUL!

Be sure to bring highlighter with you when you sit down to read Powerful Steps!

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