Hadlee Evans

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O, The Oprah Magazine Cookbook
O, The Oprah Magazine Cookbook
This is a beautifully written and photographed cookbook. All of the recipes are from chefs, some famous in their own right, but all published at some point in Oprah's magazine. There are 290 pages, filled with 175 recipes. The recipes are each represented by the chef's name. They look so good. Please do not read this book while hungry it will drive you to distraction.

Oprah gives us her reasons for publishing these recipes in the opening pages. She tells us of her own cooking/baking expertise. She gives us a little insight into the recipes. Of note, many of these recipes have been seen elsewhere in other books, but these chefs give a little different twist. If I could, I would try everyone of these recipes.

This cookbook has Colin Cowie talking about appetizers and salads. And then, that chapter is filled with recipes.
Next, comes cocktails & beverages, such as lemon thyme martinis.
Soup and sandwiches
Meat
Poultry
Fish & seafood
Vegetable side dishes
Potatoes, pastas and grains
Sauces, condiments and dressings
Biscuits, breads, and muffins
Desserts

Also included are suggestions for pairings wines and foods, holidays foods, snacks etc.
There is a complete list of contributing chefs.

At the beginning of each chapter, a celebrated chef discusses their way of thinking about food, how they cook, and what food means to them. This is a cookbook lover and collector's delight. I would add it to everyone's library.

Recommended. prisrob 05-14-14
Past Masters
Past Masters
Great retrospective look into some of the best work by The Fab Four. These discs portray The Beatles in their earlier years then some of their best latter day recordings. As usual the musicianship and vocals are beautifully done. Disc one: has "Love Me Do," "She Loves You," "I Want To Hold Your Hand" and "She's A Woman." All pretty big hits. The rest of disc one is maybe lesser Beatles tunes, no knock there. Lesser hits by this band would be considered top shelf material by any other band. Disc two: offers "Day Tripper," "We Can Work It Out," "Paperback Writer," "Hey Jude" and "Revolution." All Beatles classics. While I dearly love the early works the latter day Beatles are my favorite. These guys were the best band of all time (IMHO). And they're not even my number one band. Combining musical and vocal brilliance adding quality lyrics makes this band hard to beat.
Greatest Hits: Vols. 1-3
Greatest Hits: Vols. 1-3
The recording quality is superb. These appear to be remastered, though some of the songs are mono, not stereo.

The box set comes in nice packaging and it includes a booklet of liner notes and some photos. This is a very nice, unexpected addition. This box set would make a very nice gift to send to a friend or family member.

The songs are not in chronological order that they were recorded. This is fine, because the tracks are arranged more story-like. One song will follow another to complete a tale at times.

The best to be said is that the recording quality is excellent. Also, tracks are normalized to each other, so you won't be adjusting the volume constantly or have to do this labor yourself if you draw the same tracks from your collection.

Lastly, the box set arrived in two days, not four to seven. I am very happy with Amazon's service. However, I didn't suspect it had arrived, so I got to my mailbox a day late. I coulda hadda party, but that's my fault, not Amazon's.

Overall, this is either a beginner's set or a set of his best sellers, normalized in volume to each other if you already have some Dylan albums, and it comes with nice liner notes with photos. You can't lose!

If you like Dylan, don't hesitate. The price is right for what you get. I'm sure that any Dylan fan will enjoy this!
Another Side Of Bob Dylan
Another Side Of Bob Dylan
The 2007 film "I'm Not There" was about Bob Dylan, but his name was never mentioned and his many personas were played by different actors. So, which Dylan is represented on "Another Side Of Bob Dylan"? I read that this August, 1964 album sold less than the preceding one, "The Times They Are A-Changing". I also read that people were puzzled by it and didn't quite know how to react to it upon its release. Having heard the whole thing now in 2014 for the first time, I understand why. Only 7 months after the previous album's release, Dylan unveiled a new music that would soon captivate the world. Abandoning his position as the purveyor of, in his own words "finger-pointing songs", Dylan's songwriting combined social comment ("Chimes Of Freedom") with topical humor ("I Shall Be Free - No. 10" and "Motorpsycho Nightmare") and songs about self-analysis ("My Back Pages" and "Black Crow Blues") and personal relationships ("All I Really Want To Do", "Spanish Harlem Incident", "To Ramona", "I Don't Believe You", "Ballad In Plain D", "It Ain't Me Babe"), moving away from traditional folk music and towards the world of pop currently ruled by The Beatles and similar bands, adding insights from his own unique perspective. Even though the electric guitar was still not used, the melodies were generally more buoyant, the mood generally MUCH lighter, and the lyrics were beginning to exhibit a lot of enigmatic imagery, stream-of-consciousness and clever wordplay to a greater degree than on his previous albums. Dylan the activist was becoming Dylan the pop poet. On this album he planted the seeds for a sound and style that would change pop/rock music forever, and would also make him a major pop/rock force. No wonder his folk-oriented, activist fans, most of whom viewed pop music with contempt, were puzzled, turned off by what was in their eyes a blatant quest for fame. Just to show how influential the album was, 4 of these songs were covered by The Byrds (3 of them on their debut album), and another one, "It Ain't Me Babe", was a big hit for The Turtles.

Just like his previous album, this one is a one-man show, with Bob singing all vocals and playing guitar, harmonica and, on "Black Crow Blues", honky-tonk piano. Just that piano performance alone will clue you in to the fact that this is a different, lighter album. But you would know that already from the first track, "All I Really Want To Do", in which he tells a prospective girlfriend all the things that he DOES NOT want to do, among them, "I ain't lookin' to block you up, shock or knock or lock you up". He is having so much fun that he actually laughs audibly twice during the song. Deliberate humor is evident in "I Shall Be Free - No. 10", a topical rap about such topics as Cassius Clay, the Russians, Barry Goldwater, Cuba and "a weird monkey, very funky". He comes to the conclusion that "I'm a poet and I know it, hope I don't blow it." Still more humor is found in "Motorpsycho Nightmare", in which a weary Dylan seeks refuge at a farmer's house. His troubles start when "In comes his daughter whose name was Rita/She looked like she stepped out of La Dolce Vita", and the fun continues as Rita turns out to be like a female Tony Perkins from "Psycho".

Other relationships are more realistic. In "Spanish Harlem Incident", he is fascinated by a gypsy girl with "pearly eyes so fast and slashing, and your flashing diamond teeth". "To Ramona" is a Mexican-inflected country/folk love song. Dylan soothes Ramona and tries to build up her self-image: "There's no one to beat you/No one to defeat you/'Cept the thoughts of yourself feeling bad". "I Don't Believe You" is about rejection, but the mood is lighthearted so it must not have been too serious an affair. But, "Ballad In Plain D" is dead serious, about love that apparently leads to violence. The violence is implied, not specifically spelled out. And in "It Ain't Me Babe", Dylan is determined to discourage an admirer who wants "someone who's never weak but always strong...someone to open each and every door...someone who'll promise never to part...someone who'll come each time you call". It ain't him, babe.

Dylan did not completely forget his old fanbase. In "Chimes Of Freedom", a long poetic song in which those chimes are generated metaphorically by a thunderstorm, we find imagery such as this description of lightning: "Electric light still struck like arrows, fired but for the ones condemned to drift or else be kept from drifting". Dylan's chimes are for all outcasts, underdogs, the deaf, the blind, the mute, refugees, lonesome lovers, people unjustly imprisoned, and finally, "for every hung-up person in the whole wide Universe". But, on the other hand, in "My Back Pages" the former self-assured activist ("Good and bad, I define these terms/Quite clear, no doubt, somehow") finds "lies that life is black and white" and concludes: "Ah, but I was so much older then/I'm younger than that now."
Coding with JavaScript For Dummies (For Dummies Series)
Coding with JavaScript For Dummies (For Dummies Series)
This is a very poor book:
- It's expensive, but printed on cheap paper.
- It contains many mistakes, which will make some parts of the book impossible to follow, if you don't already have a background in computing or maths.
- many concepts are introduced without any explanation whatsoever at the time they're first being introduced.
- in order to understand some parts of the book, you're constantly having to refer back to other parts to find out what some of the code means.

Although there are supposedly on-line examples to try, these simply take you to "Coding Academy" and require you to follow the exercises in a different order from the Coding Academy order (presumably because the book is structured slightly differently). It doesn't work very well. In the end, I decided to run through the Coding Academy exercises in the proper order after finishing the book. It's not clear to me whether the authors even have anything to do with the creation of the Coding Academy exercises, although in the absence of anything to the contrary, I'll give them the benefit of the doubt on that one.

In summary, if you're looking for a beginner's book on Java Script, I recommend you avoid this one, and pick one of the others after making sure it has a significant positive user rating (which is what I ought to have done!)
Chai Piña Colada Owl's Brew Mixer, 16 Ounce Bottle
Chai Piña Colada Owl's Brew Mixer, 16 Ounce Bottle
Oh my bad I was looking for more of the coconut flavor that's associated with Pina Colada flavor this is not that. Plus after opening it you are supposed to use it within two weeks. The flavor was not that enticing that I finished the bottle in two weeks. Definitely not a repurchase for me. I threw mine away so this was a waste of money for me. It says Chai Pina Colada so there you have it.
COOLA Organic Sunless Tan Express Body Mousse Self Tanner, Piña Colada, 7 Fl Oz
COOLA Organic Sunless Tan Express Body Mousse Self Tanner, Piña Colada, 7 Fl Oz
I don't use Sunless often, but get really pasty legs in the Winter. I like coola's firming lotion more because it feels thicker and like i get better coverage, but I tried the mousse this past Spring and really found it easy to use and gave me great color. Again, I was going from pasty to needing color, so it worked fantastic for me.
Best Overall
Best Overall
I’ve been trying to figure out what to do in my sons new room since we moved and I saw this Glowing Solar System so I thought I’d give it a try. My expectations were not high, especially since the price was so low. I’ve used other wall stickers before that are one time use even though they say multiple use, that are super thin “paper”, and the picture comes off over time or even as you apply the stick the picture will come off in your hand, tears easily etc. HOWEVER, I am beyond impressed by this Glowing Solar System! VERY HIGH QUALITY! It’s a THICK vinyl almost, I even had to pull it off the wall a few times because I put the planets out of order, it didn’t tear, the picture did not come off in my hand, and best of all I was able to reapply it and it stuck! Super happy with the product, especially for the price. Beats anything else I tried from target, hobby lobby, and any other craft store, for half the price. I will definitely recommend this product to EVERYONE! I’m hoping they come out with other wall stickers to put in my other kids rooms.
BAMBOO IT - Natural Biodegradable Bamboo Toothbrushes (5 Pack), Soft, BPA Free, Charcoal Bristles, Eco Friendly - 100% Organic and Vegan Safe for Adults
BAMBOO IT - Natural Biodegradable Bamboo Toothbrushes (5 Pack), Soft, BPA Free, Charcoal Bristles, Eco Friendly - 100% Organic and Vegan Safe for Adults
Before this brand I used artmeer. I like bamboo it brand better because the design is more slender and the brush head is more rounded, as you can see in the pictures. (The bamboo it brush has the number and artmeer has the heart) With artmeer I had trouble getting to my back teeth because the brush was too bulky, but this brand can reach the back of the mouth easily.
I’ve read the complaints here that the bristles fall out. I encountered this with both brands but it was mild. Here is the difference. I would get a loose bristle on the first brush with artmeer. With bamboo it, it took a month of heavy brushing before I lost a bristle.
Thor: Tales of Asgard
Thor: Tales of Asgard
I recently watched the animated “wolverine: X-men” complete series and absolutely LOVED IT! I also watched the animated DR. Strange and really really liked it’s. But this movie is an Asgardian hot mess of garbage.

The first 10 minutes of the movie depicts Thor as a guy who loses every fighting match in a public ring except for the fact that the people who fight him let him win, and he’s too dumb to know that. He verbally beats down lady Sif in a very nasty tone and then gets his ass handed to him by her. He verbally berates his Warriors Three in public and comes across as an indulgent emotional snot.

Thor in the comics can come across as arrogant but his prowess as a fighter is why. The man can fight. He also doesn’t treat his friends as if they are dirt beneath his feet. He’s soo unlikable in this movie it’s hard to watch. And it doesn’t get much better. In fact all of the characters are unlikable and unfun.

Some people love this movie. I was not one of them. This is just one humble females opinion.
RIN-NE, Vol. 14
RIN-NE, Vol. 14
I have to say, initially reading the chapters online in Japanese wasn't very fun, I thought the chapters leading up to Renge's introduction were "meh" in terms of quality. I assumed Renge's arc would be the only good thing about the book. However, after buying this book in English I realize that the hilarity of the preceding chapters was merely lost in translation--> my inability to read in Japanese, hence just skimming the chapters and looking up the summary online in English.

My favorite volume! All of the chapters are very strong on their own, and when all compiled into the same book, it makes for a great volume.

(1)Tsubasa and Rinne Chill together after the influence of a lazy spirit, (2) the Black cats celebrate an ornery old Cat's birthday, (3) an Oni (demon) sucks the crew into Hell, (4-5) Tsubasa gets possessed by a fox demon, and (6-10) a strange new transfer student is being haunted by the spirit of--Marilyn Monroe?! But, it soon turns out that is not the case as Sakura gets kidnapped and Tsubasa gets the soul sucked out of him!

All great chapters! If you're going to buy a stand-alone book, this is the one to get of the series.

Now, I'm waiting for volume 19 (I'll be buying all the rest, of course) to have as my favorite.
Little Men
Little Men
Don't let the reviews of this film turn you completely away.
It's a fun film, especially if you watch it with appreciating children, and worth at least one viewing.

Though it is abridged somewhat disappointingly, I thought this version was entertaining. It is true that Jo is just not Jo in this film (where's the spunk?), but I rather liked Chris Sarandon as Friedrich, even though his portrayal is rather more rough than Alcott's character (hey, let's just be thankful Bhaer was in this version at all--I love this character.) The children cast was good, if not occasionally cheesy in their line delivery.

Actually, the only things I really disliked about this version was the narration, (which seemed only to exist to fill gaps from where they skipped over places), the lack of Laurie and Rob Bhaer, or any other Marches, and how they handled John Brooke's death...but this is coming from someone who has re-read all of these books so many times, no movie could ever live up to my high expectation of its charm.

So yes, watch this movie, and look over its faults. I was just so relieved to find that the makers had respected the book and kept Fritz that the movie is thereby fantastic.
One Piece Vol 32 (Japanese Edition)
One Piece Vol 32 (Japanese Edition)
漫画の最高傑作!!
何回読んでも見ても飽きないし毎回ワクワクさせられます!!
本気でハマったマンガデス!!
Odd Apocalypse: An Odd Thomas Novel, Book 5
Odd Apocalypse: An Odd Thomas Novel, Book 5
You know, when I first started reading this series from the beginning - I thought I'd stumbled onto something interesting. This book is professed to be Dean Koontz's masterpiece with a cult following. I didn't even know they made a movie of this, which I had stated he should have done in my review of the original book in the series. I enjoyed the original Odd Thomas book enough to think that I wanted to read the next in the series. Then I had enjoyed that one, Forever Odd, so I went on to the next, Brother Odd. For me, at least, that is where this series started to go downhill.

I'm not sure why it took so long for me to realize that I'm one of the few people reading this series who doesn't find Odd's world all that mesmerizing. I have expressed a fondness for Odd's character in that he's cute in a boy-scout sort of way, but after five books of having to listen to his self-deprecating philosophies and cynicism, not to mention having to sit through the most boring and pointless dialogue from one moronic character to the next, and the overall slow and overly analogous storytelling, I just don't why I'm still reading this.

This story in particular did nothing to change my overall indifference to the series. It started out absurd and ended only a little less absurd. Honestly, I can't see how to review this without giving what little plot there is away. If you're looking for a general overview, the story info gives that much. To tell anything more than that really does tread on spoiler territory (which some of the other reviewers seemed to have already done). But I will say that I couldn't stand the pretext that a man with everything to hide would willingly invite boarders into his home simply because he was so beguiled by Annamaria, who we're supposed to buy is so magnetic in her plainness that she can get any person or creature to do her bidding by solemn word alone - get real. I don't know who I dislike hearing about more - her or Stormy. Both are enigma's in Odd's world and I just don't get his fascination for one and his adoration for the other.

The only thing that forced me through this book was the change in Odd's demeanor that everyone kept alluding to in the other reviews. I might be in the minority on this, but I'm not at all turned off by Odd's new hard edge. Why is everyone so put off by Odd packing a gun? Given the threat in this book, how would you expect him to handle it - with his bare hands? Sorry - apparently, Odd lacks Annamarie's much unfounded charm. And if that doesn't get him off the hook, then how about the fact that the man's circumstances have grown a lot darker since the events that made him leave Pico Mundo. It's a dangerous world out there and going around telling people he's just a fry-cook with a mean pancake recipe isn't going to save his ass anymore. So I welcome the change. Frankly, I think his character could use a bit of tweaking. Now, go ahead and throw your tomatoes if you disagree - I'll just dodge them anyway.

I'll go onto the next and last in the series simply because I can't not read it after having come this far in the series. I'm still waiting to find out Odd's ultimate fate.
Dean Koontz: A Writer's Biography
Dean Koontz: A Writer's Biography
In "Dean Koontz: A Writer's Biography," Katherine Ramsland takes on the task of capturing the life and thoughts behind one of our generations most popular storytellers. Readers of Dean's books know they are full of psychological twists, foreboding images, and dark places, and yet these stories often end on a note of optimism, even hope. What inspires this man to write books with such vivid juxtapositions of evil and good? Ramsland does a fine job of trying to answer that question.

From his early years in a small Pennsylvania town to his courtship with the thin and beautiful Gerda (and the humorous setting of their first date), this biography lets us peek into the surface normalcy of Dean's childhood. He read sci-fi, loving Heinlein and Bradbury, and he enjoyed the classic monster stories. He was well-liked, humorous, if not somewhat quiet. Behind the scenes, though, his family was a place of intense unrest, suffering under the sociopathic ways of his alcoholic father. Later in the book, Dean admits that he cannot remember even a two-minute stint with his father in which there was not stress involved.

The book dives into Dean's years as a teacher, and into the period during which his wife agreed to support him for five years while he pursued his writing. If, after that, he was not on his way then clearly he never would be. As we know now, he was definitely on his way! His career started in the sixties and has spanned into five decades, with tens of millions of his books sold every year worldwide. Ramsland tracks this journey for us, not only in the slow-rising success and escalating sales under different pen names and genres, but in the shift from his Catholic thinking to agnosticism to atheism and back to a view of life and God based on a belief in personal good and personal evil. In fact, she gives detailed descriptions of many of his books and their plots to demonstrate this, and while it's fascinating, I skimmed a good 1/3 of the book to avoid spoilers and/or the magic that went into some of the titles I've enjoyed. In the past decade, the underpinnings of his writing seem to have shifted even more, and unfortunately this biography only covers his life into the late nineties.

Dean is described by many as a genuinely nice, hardworking, salt-of-the-earth type of guy. He's reclusive yet friendly. And this book shows us the struggles he faced with his own deteriorating father, and with his mother who said she had something to reveal to Dean about his father but died before doing so. With his wife's help, Dean has ballooned a literary career into a multi-million dollar career, but he says he never wrote for money. If so, he would've quit early on. He writes because he enjoys it, finds it cathartic, and even healing at times. In conclusion, he urges his readers: "Take my hand. We're going to go through this terrible place . . . but it's going to be all right at the other end. There's going to be meaning and a purpose to this. Trust me."
Dean Koontz's Mr. Murder / Dean Koontz's Servants of twilight
Dean Koontz's Mr. Murder / Dean Koontz's Servants of twilight
I enjoyed this despite myself. The film is overly long but I did stay the course. Mr Baldwin worked hard on the two parts, reasonably convincingly, though it nearly reached comic proportions in a couple of scenes when he was constantly switching between the good and bad guy to confuse the action and no doubt the audience too. In terms of a Dean Koontz book-to-film I felt it represented the writers intentions reasonably well. Worth a look, but don't expect it to be a concise adaption.
A Royal Affair: An Anthology (The Royals of Cordina)
A Royal Affair: An Anthology (The Royals of Cordina)
I have just read the first story in this book which centres around Gabriella who has lost her memory due to a traumatic event. It is a good book, which you would expect from Nora. As always the love interest is not regarded as such until such a time. Good in general nice to put someone she knows as the baddies, but I thought alittle obvious though the reasoning for one not guessed at.
Will add to review once read second story centred on Alex......
Strong Shall Live - Keep Travelin' Rider - Strawhouse Trail (Dramatized)
Strong Shall Live - Keep Travelin' Rider - Strawhouse Trail (Dramatized)
First rate cast of well known actors with very recognizable voices. Their voices are the best part of this audio CD.

Unfortunately I couldn’t give the audio CD five stars because the stories are all very short. The three shorts don't even add up to three hours. This CD won't last long enough to keep you entertained on a drive from Phoenix to Las Vegas.

I’ve read a lot of westerns, a lot of Zane Grey and Louis L’Amour stories. Once upon a time I was in a holding company at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri for a couple of weeks waiting to be shipped overseas. All of the other guys spent their time in the TV and game room, watching TV or playing video games. I had the reading room all to myself. In that room was a bookshelf full of brand new Zane Grey and Louis L’Amour paperbacks, every story they had ever published, sitting on those shelves unread and unloved. I came very close to boxing them up and shipping them overseas with me.

These days I mostly read and watch good fantasy or science fiction or historical stuff. Last month I reread my favorite five military sci-fi classics: Starship Troopers by Robert A. Heinlein (1959), The Forever War by Joe Haldeman (1974), Armor by John Steakley (1984), Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card (1985), and Old Man's War by John Scalzi (2005). This month I’m reading Under the Dome (2009) by Stephen King. I haven’t seen the TV show.

If you like reading try some of my favorite fantasy and sci-fi authors: Richard Adams, Palo Bacigulupi, Suzanne Collins, Abe Evergreen, Diana Gabaldon, Hugh Howey, George Martin, Brandon Sanderson, John Scalzi, and Andy Weir.

If you’re looking for good stuff to watch consider miniseries like The Astronauts Wives Club (2015), Band of Brothers (2001), Frank Herbert’s Dune (2000), Frank Herbert’s Children of Dune (2003), Into the West (2005), Lonesome Dove (1989), Manhattan (2014-2015), Return to Lonesome Dove (1993), Pride and Prejudice (1995), Taken (2002) and The 10th Kingdom (2000), which are all terrific because they have clear beginnings that establish an objective, then strong middles and conclusive endings where the goal is achieved, like a good novel.

Other shows I’ve really enjoyed include Battlestar Galactica (2004-2009), Breaking Bad (2008-2013), Cowboy Bebop (1998), Firefly (2002), Game of Thrones (2011-2019), Granite Flats (2013-2015), The IT Crowd (2006-2013), Jericho (2006-2008), Merlin (2008-2012), The Prisoner (1967-1968), Rome (2005-2007), Spartacus: Gods of the Arena (2011), Spartacus: Blood and Sand (2010), Stargate: SG-1 (1997-2007), Stargate: Atlantis (2004-2009), Star Trek (1966-1969), Star Trek Voyager (1995-2001), and The Tudors (2007-2010). I didn’t list any contemporary series I’m following that don’t have an end date yet, not conducive to binge watching from beginning to finish.
Lonigan: Stories
Lonigan: Stories
Louis L'Amour is as is well known a master at writing spellbinding books. There is always a lot of violence in "cowboy' book but his books are mentally and spiritually and morally healthy. They are clean and not as too many books are these days pornographic. As an escape from the tensions and stress of present day life his books are excellent.
LOUIS L'AMOUR:THE SACKETT SET
LOUIS L'AMOUR:THE SACKETT SET
Driving alot, I enjoy listening to the L'Amour stories of the old west while I drive. Much better than the talk shows and trying to get music I like. L'Amour is a great writer, and the stories, especially the short stories, are very well written and easy to get into while driving. Many of the tecno-thrillers are too complicated to listen to, but there are very few of his westerns that I have not enjoyed while driving. This is a nice collection of Louis L'Amour stories read by Jonny Cash and other great personalities.
Asterix 02: Asterix und Kleopatra (German Edition)
Asterix 02: Asterix und Kleopatra (German Edition)
Hab zufällig entdeckt das es die Bände von Asterix zu kaufen gibt hab mir gleich einige geholt und bin total zufrieden., es sind eins zu eins die "alten" Comics. Allerdings sollte man die wirklich nur mit dem Tablett lesen: 1. ist alles in Farbe und 2. ist es von der Größe her schön zu lesen.
Ich würde da sogar nur ein "großes" Tablett empfehlen dort passt die Schriftgröße super, auf dem Handy muss man zu weit reinzoomen und auch bei einem z.b. I-Pad mini is teilweise die Schrift etwas klein.
Das beste Leseerlebnis hat man mit einem großen Tablett.
The People's Almanac #2
The People's Almanac #2
As ordered says a lot these days. We are so often disappointed not only with on-line purchases, but purchases in general. Not so with this seller, the item was here before the date given and was precisely as advertised. I couldn't be more pleased. I am also glad to have all three People's Almanacs once again. They are informative, never dry and a joy for any trivia lover!
The fabulous showman; the life and times of P. T. Barnum
The fabulous showman; the life and times of P. T. Barnum
When I went to Tufts University many decades ago, I was surprised to find that Phineas T. Barnum had been an early benefactor of that institution. Barnum Hall housed a little collection of preserved animals and the stuffed skin of Jumbo loomed in the hall. P.T. Barnum: genius or huckster? I always meant to find out, but after the Tufts collection was destroyed by fire in 1975 I gave it no further thought.

Last year when visiting my son in Sydney I took my granddaughters to tour his university--or they took me--and the highlight was a stuffed Kodiak bear. That revived my interest in Jumbo and the great Barnum. Finally this year I read Irving Wallace's 1959 biography, 
Uzumaki Naruto: Illustrations
Uzumaki Naruto: Illustrations
Okay. This is a great art book. Stuff worthy of hanging in frames around your home.

HOWEVER the three star review is because of these factors.

1. The binding SUCKS. Right out of the envelop packaging pages were coming loose. Granted not the worse problem in the world considering I’ll probably frame a few of these pages. That being said that’s why I bought it on amazon. The one at books a million had the same problem. Pages were falling out of the spine binding. So I guess it’s a production/factory problem. We even had a couple pages glued together that tore when separated at the corner.

2. A security label/sticker slapped on a page of the book itself. Now that is just sloppy and something I can’t look past. Can’t remove it because it’ll tear the page 😡😡😡

All in all. If you want an incredible art book featuring our favorite characters...look no further. Just know the quality of the physical book itself isn’t that great.
The Twisted Thing
The Twisted Thing
The Twisted Thing (1966) was Mickey Spillane’s first Mike Hammer novel in two years as he had been busy with his Tiger Mann series in the interim. In this book, which apparently was written much earlier, Hammer is mostly disconnected from the incidents that had occurred in the two previous published installments (The Girl Hunters and The Snake) following the character’s reintroduction in 1962 after a decade-long hiatus.

Old NYPD crony Pat Chambers makes only a brief appearance (there is another compliant cop to serve as Hammer’s legal shield and deus ex machina) and supposed fiancee Velda none at all. Hammer’s conflict with Chambers over Velda, a huge component of The Girl Hunters and still festering somewhat in The Snake, is only hinted at in one line here. On the other hand, Hammer does refer (without elaboration) to the startling conclusion of Spillane’s first Hammer novel, I the Jury, which cemented both Hammer’s reputation as a borderline psychopath and Spillane’s as a writer willing to do anything to make a splash.

Otherwise, The Twisted Thing is pretty much a Hammer standalone novel, which is fine. It is vintage Spillane with its tough guy talk (like all Hammer—and Mann—books, it is narrated in first person), convoluted mystery, convenient clues, plot-advancing coincidences and stupendously preposterous conclusion. The story starts with Hammer’s investigation of the kidnapping of a rich scientist’s 14-year-old son, which soon leads to a number of murders (including one with a meat cleaver), all of which takes place in the small Upstate New York town of Sidon. Along the way Hammer deals with crooked (and murderous) local cops, a lusty dame or two and even some lesbians. Of course he gets knocked around a time or two but always comes up swinging.

Did I enjoy it? Yes…yes I did. Spillane is a master at keeping the plot and suspense going with a combination of new developments and sheer stylistic aplomb. He does so here. The Twisted Thing is one of the best of Spillane’s Hammer books.
Origin: Robert Langdon 5
Origin: Robert Langdon 5
Ich wollte schon das letzte Buch von Dan Brown nicht lesen.. auch dieses mal bekam ich es geschenkt und hab es dann doch gelesen. Die Geschichte und Grundidee an sich ist endlich mal wieder spannend und sehr interessant...aber die Umsetzung gerade zu lächerlich, simpel und immer nach dem selben, langweiligen Muster. Robert Langdon gerät ungewollt in ein Abenteuer..muss mit einer attraktiven Frau fliehen, Vertreter der Kirche sind suspekt und evtl. in Verbrechen verstrickt... während der unsinnigen Flucht (es müssen ja bekannte Sehenswürdigkeiten vorkommen) werden Gebäude, Geschichten etc. unsinnig endlos beschrieben und langweilig (=Wikipediaeintrag) formuliert, die Geschichte selber ist zu kurz, die Personen kaum beschrieben und mit wenig Tiefe, alles ist absolut durchschaubar, zusammengepresst und als Drehbuch verfasst, um bald wieder Filmrechte verkaufen zu können! Jammer schade, nach tollen Abenteuern ala Illuminati und Sakrileg nur noch der selbe langweilige Quatsch...das zu horrenden Preisen. Natürlich ist es ein Mainstream Roman, dennoch kann man von Dan Borwn neue Ideen, auch mal neue Abenteuer und Überraschungen erwarten. Dies kann der Autor nicht, er verfährt immer nach dem selben, austauschbarem Schema! Absolut keine Empfehlung als rein subjektive Meinung!
Peter Rabbit Baby Book (Peter Rabbit Naturally Better)
Peter Rabbit Baby Book (Peter Rabbit Naturally Better)
This is the second of the same baby book that I've bought. I thought about getting a different one for my second child for interests sake but I ultimately knew I would be disappointed with anything else (and so, probably, would they). This is a GREAT baby book! My search was long and hard. There are a lot of not great ones out there, and a lot of the more interesting ones aren't sweet and baby-themed enough. This is a throw-back, with Peter Rabbit, but it is also modern enough to look back on and be reminded of the baby's first year, and what those good-ole-days were really like. NOSTALGIA! I love that it's printed in Italy, instead of China; that it's made responsibly (you can read about that); that's it's such great quality - it will NEVER fall apart; that it's not silly and is pretty standard with firsts and a family tree and places for pictures of things that matter; that it has sweet, but not distracting, pictures (you can write right on top of them if you need the space); and that it expects reasonable amounts of time and effort from you but feels full and sufficient. It has a pocket in the back too, to store some things. Mostly it just doesn't annoy the ever-loving crap out of me, like most of the other's certainly would have.
Code Breaker (Alistair MacLean’s UNACO)
Code Breaker (Alistair MacLean’s UNACO)
Although not written by the late, great author Alistair MacLean I enjoyed this novel and recommend it to thriller readers. Item was safely and securely delivered within a couple of days of ordering. Excellent service.
THOSE CHRISTMAS ANGELS (Angels Everywhere Book 5)
THOSE CHRISTMAS ANGELS (Angels Everywhere Book 5)
I always enjoy the books from this series. They do not represent most qualities found in Biblical angels but this is fiction. Angels are used to protect humans and the angels in this series are assigned humans who have sent prayers to God. The reader of this book need not worry about detailed sexual scenes, macabre plots or profanity. The book may bring tears of joy, smiles and there are times where one wonders how the human's problem can possibly have a good outcome. I enjoyed a bit of 'Christmas in July' while reading this book. I hope to read more in the series.
Taking Aim: An FBI Agent Cowboy Romance (Covert Cowboys, Inc. Book 2)
Taking Aim: An FBI Agent Cowboy Romance (Covert Cowboys, Inc. Book 2)
This book was much better than the first in the series. Still had some glitches though.

Ben Harding from the first book appears in this one...but it didn't make sense. Zach and Ben were both working on cases at the same time! No way could Ben help out on this one when he was in the midst of his first case.

Zach Adams doesn't know if he wants to be part of CCI. Hank Dillinger, CCI creator, asks him to think it over overnight and sets him up in a room on his ranch. Zach just wants to be left alone, but agrees to stay the night fully intending to not accept the offer from Hank. Then a hysterical woman comes riding a horse onto the ranch and runs into Zach, begging for help to find her sister. Hank tells him this was going to be his first case. After being tortured by a Mexican gang and watching them kill his partner 2 years ago, he wants no part of rescuing an FBI agent who went and got herself captured. Jacie has spunk and stands up to him. She doesn't know why he wants nothing to do with helping, but she's going to find her twin sister. Zach, after acknowledging Jacie as a "Stubborn Woman," ends up helping so she doesn't get herself killed.

Jacie is a strong woman and just what Zach needs to get past what he went through. For whatever reason, Zach can confide in her about what happened. He knows what could be happening to her sister in captivity, after all he lived it. But, he doesn't tell her all the gory details.

Together they work together to find her sister. We even get to see more of Hank and some of his history and why CCI was created.

Not as many writing errors in this book as the first one. Easier to read and not have to go back to see if you (the reader) missed something because the author messed up.
The Complete Vampire Chronicles Boxed Set (Interview with the Vampire, The Vampire Lestat, The Queen of the Damned, The Tale of the Body Thief)
The Complete Vampire Chronicles Boxed Set (Interview with the Vampire, The Vampire Lestat, The Queen of the Damned, The Tale of the Body Thief)
ive been a fan of anne rice since 7th grade. the first book i read she wrote was INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPIRE, which i have to say is an absoulte masterpiece. upon reading INTERVIEW, i clearly could somehow relate to Louis and was very interested in his tale. Louis is also my favoriate character, (despite Lestats popularity). i continued to read her work, reading through chrnological order, till i go to the tale of the body thief. i didnt really know what to expect from this book, but i thought the title was interesting and it is part of the vampire chronicles. well after reading this book all i can say is that this is the absoulte WEAKEST vampire novel Mrs.Rice has ever written-- one of the worst books she has ever written. The book is filled with the typical Anne Rice approach to storytelling, including reptitious and needless descriptions of everything, which includes the characters thoughts.the book starts out slow, and i mean slllllllllllllllllllooooooooow[...] the first 70 pages are seemingly pointless, filled with all the needless descriptions and Lestat's behavoir. When the plot is picked up-- the switching of the bodies-- i was temporarly interested, but only temporarly. i then continued reading through the bland, monotous and horrible story. but at the conclusion, this book was just bad. this doesnt EVEN compare to interview or the vampire lestat, i wouldnt reccomend this to anyone, even an anne rice fan. this is the weakest of the series. on a final note i think anne rice should have Lestat doing other things besides weeping and whining.
dont bother reading this, save your money and time for something worthwhile
Harmful Intent (A Medical Thriller)
Harmful Intent (A Medical Thriller)
I'm a fan of RC and this is the first disappointment I've experienced. For me, a good book has a have a likeable protagonist and Jeffry was not only unlikeable, he was disgustingly indecisive, moronic in his decision making and rather than acting like an educated 40 year-old dr, he ran around like a 16 year-old with no clue as to what is going on. I'm half way thru the book and just can't take the frustration with this idiot any more and will go on to a different RC. I am still a fan.
HARRY POTTER Girls' Gryffindor Nightdress
HARRY POTTER Girls' Gryffindor Nightdress
My daughter is obsessed with all things Harry Potter. She had a Hermione dress that she outgrew but refused to get rid of. Found this, and she was thrilled to have a replacement. Definitely a thinner fabric, probably meant to be pj's. My daughter wears it to school with leggings anyways. Super cute and true to size!
Harry Potter y el legado maldito (Harry Potter 8): Partes uno y dos (Spanish Edition)
Harry Potter y el legado maldito (Harry Potter 8): Partes uno y dos (Spanish Edition)
En él se puede apreciar que han pasado unos 20 años... El legado de ser el mago más famoso del mundo magico recae en Harry desde que venció por primera vez al Señor Tenebroso, o lo que es lo mismo a Lord Voldemort.

Han pasado unos cuantos añitos y vemos a un Harry mayor, casado y con tres hijos.
Es el jefe del departamento de Seguridad del Ministerio de Magia.
Sigue manteniendo una fuerte lazo amistoso con sus dos mejores amigos, Ron y Hermione, casados y con dos hijos.
También podemos ver a un Draco Malfoy algo amansado, me explico, ya no es el típico niño mimado que nos ha mostrado Rowling durante los primeros 7 libros; ahora se le ve maduro, padre de un niño al que llama Scorpius Malfoy y digamos que ha suavizado un poco su odio hacia Harry y ya no llama Sangre Sucia a Hermione, más le vale porque es la Ministra de magia y puede mandarlo a Azkaban, jajaja

El caso es que en este libro, más bien es un libreto teatral, podemos conocer más a fondo a los hijos de Malfoy y Harry, es decir que Albus Severus Potter se hace amigo de Scorpius Malfoy y ambos son seleccionados para la casa de las serpientes.

En los tres primeros años de Hogwarts de ambos amigos, se pasan en un plis plas, vamos que ni te enteras.... pero en el cuarto año de colegio, Albus convence a Scorpius para que le acompañe a una aventura a través del tiempo.

La que lían estos dos en sus viajecitos en el tiempo... madreeeee
No puedo contaros más porque sino os chafo el libro y luego me mataréis y me tiraréis tomates por haber sido tan jodidamente mala.

Jajajaja

El caso es que al principio es un poco lioso, pero conforme va pasando la trama, te das cuenta del porqué pasa lo que pasa.

AH! Y también conoceremos a una tal Delphis.... ahí dejo la cosa, no voy a decir más que luego se me suelta la lengua y no vean lo que hablo cuando me dan cuerda... jajajaja
Harry Potter agus an Orchloch (Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone, Irish Edition)
Harry Potter agus an Orchloch (Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone, Irish Edition)
Yay! It's finally here!

How can I review the plot of this book when everyone already knows it so well?

This is the magical book in the series where JK Rowling introduces the wizarding world and all the vocabulary that goes with it (Muggles, Quidditch, Owl Post...). It's a treat to be able to read it in Irish, now.

If you are still in the learning stages of your Irish, or are only three quarters of the way through Learning Irish by Michael O'Siadhail, try this: read the Irish version of Harry Potter and have the English version right beside you. It's easier than trying to reverse-conjugate so you can look up the root in the dictionary. The only catch is you probably should have the ENGLISH version and not the American, since there are some differences, but those are only in word choice. I'm using the American version, myself.

This is a great tribute to a language that twirls out of your mouth and sings in the air. I'm thrilled this book is out now.

If you don't know any Irish at all, here's an idea or two for you. Either get this book to motivate you to learn the language, or get this book to show your support for the dying languages of the world.
Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 2 Top Trumps Card Game
Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 2 Top Trumps Card Game
This was a birthday gift for my son.
And while the cards are interesting and attractive to look at, my kids have no interest in playing with them.
I wonder if it’s even worthwhile to get more decks? I expected to hear and see more laughter and enjoyment.

The cards were an important part of the birthday, because my wife and I made chocolate frogs.
And every frog comes with a card.
We choose the Azkaban set, because it’s our sons favorite movie from the Potter series.
I wanted to like these more. I couldn’t tell you the quality of the deck, because my son “put them away.”

I don’t know if they needed more cards? Was bored with them? Or didn’t know how to play?
Or even cared at all? Unless, you play this game or willing to buy other related decks... just pass altogether.
Harry Hopkins: Ally of the Poor and Defender of Democracy
Harry Hopkins: Ally of the Poor and Defender of Democracy
A good portrayal of Hopkins. The book gives some detail of his family background in the mid-west, his education, first marriage and his social work.

The main focus of the book is on the war years. Hopkins was definitely a bureaucracy crasher and functioned best in chaotic situations (the Great Depression, World War II). Hopkins traveled extensively over the war years. He went on solo visits to Churchill in January 1941 and during the summer of 1941 he visited both Churchill and Stalin. After returning from Moscow he sailed with Churchill to the Atlantic summit meeting in Placentia Bay off the coast of Newfoundland.

Hopkins was never in the best of health after 1938 after which he underwent repeated intestinal operations.

Hopkins was one of the prime movers for Roosevelt's social welfare programs during the depression. These programs always emphasized work and not hand-outs. He was an organizer for Lend-Lease and prime communicator for Roosevelt to the British and to Stalin's Russia.

Hopkins' never made much money during his career - he was making $12,000 per year when he died in 1946. It would seem to me that Hopkins never quite understood Stalin's intentions to annex the Eastern European countries into the Soviet Bloc - something that Churchill had forebodings of in late 1944.
Prayer, Magic, and the Stars in the Ancient and Late Antique World
Prayer, Magic, and the Stars in the Ancient and Late Antique World
I found this a useful overview of the late antique world of magic. Although I had hoped for more on stars, my expectation is not what matters, but what overall is delivered. This delivered in well researched, fluent prose, and was a delight to read and learn from.
Winproo Cell Phone Stand Upgraded Phone Stand Foldable Portables Phone Holder 120°Angle Tablet Stand Height Adjustable for iphone Stand Non-slip Phone Stand for Desk for Smartphones/ipad/Tablet/kindle
Winproo Cell Phone Stand Upgraded Phone Stand Foldable Portables Phone Holder 120°Angle Tablet Stand Height Adjustable for iphone Stand Non-slip Phone Stand for Desk for Smartphones/ipad/Tablet/kindle
I really like this phone/tablet stand! It is durable and solidly built. It has 3 hinge points that make it easy to select the angle and height you want your phone (or tablet). This is a really great feature, especially if you have this stand at your desk and use it for video chats. Because of the 3 hinge points it allows you to move your phone away or closer to you, but I love that it can be tall or short, too. That is a bonus to me that I didn't know I wanted. I had another phone stand but lost it while moving. This one is better because of the hinge points I mentioned. The bottom of the stand has a nice non-slip surface and the spot where the phone/tablet goes has "grippy" material so your device won't slide out. I also like the little notch for the phone charger, (a nicely thought-out product). Oh! Did I mention that it folds up? It does! Talk about making it compact for travel...awesome!
Honsky Thumbs-up Cell Phone Stand Holder, Tablet Stand Cradle for Desk Desktop Smartphone Cellphone Mobile Phone Tablets – Universal Adjustable Flexible, Green
Honsky Thumbs-up Cell Phone Stand Holder, Tablet Stand Cradle for Desk Desktop Smartphone Cellphone Mobile Phone Tablets – Universal Adjustable Flexible, Green
Honsky 3362525 Universal Flexible Thumb Smartphone Tablet Mount Holder - Black (New)

I got this smartphone holder to hold my smartphone, so it does not bounce around... as I sometimes use my extra smartphone as a spycam... this holder works really well for what I need it for. It arrived on time, and I did not have any issues with the seller, as it was a quick purchase... so I have not had any need to contact seller.
The ONLY POTENTIAL issue with this holder, is that if you are wanting to charge your device while it is in the holder, depending on where the USB port is located on your device... the THUMBS area of this holder may-may not get in the way of charging your device. Mine is JUST BARELY able to sneak past the possible problem. .. hence the four star rating!
My extra device is an older verizon phone.. I do not recall what it is right now.
Mud Pie Pink Pom-Pom Mobile
Mud Pie Pink Pom-Pom Mobile
Gorgeous mobile. I wanted something Decor friendly and love the bohemian/natural ambience it creates.. I didn’t need music or rotation because I have the Hatch baby night light/white noise which we love. Although you can get mobile arms that will rotate and play music if you like. It’s very intriguing to my son with the shapes and textures.
Balloon Decorating Strip Tape 50Ft for Arch Garland Streamer,1pcs Balloon Tying Tool,100 Dot Glue,32Ft Ribbon(50FT)…
Balloon Decorating Strip Tape 50Ft for Arch Garland Streamer,1pcs Balloon Tying Tool,100 Dot Glue,32Ft Ribbon(50FT)…
I saw the idea of a balloon garland on Pinterest and wanted to one for my daughter’s tea party theme Birthday. I looked on YouTube for instructions on how to put one together, which was very helpful. So, the idea just came to me to look on Amazon to see if they had a kit, because Amazon sells basically everything! And, what did I find?!!! This kit for an amazing price! So, happy I purchased this because this kit made it so easy for a first timer to put this beautiful balloon garland together for my daughter’s party! If I didn’t know better myself after looking at this garland I would have thought a professional put this together. It took me about two hours to put about 150 balloons together and I still have more strip left for another garland! I was one happy mom for pulling this off!
Life Beyond the Classroom: Transition Strategies for Young People with Disabilities, Fifth Edition
Life Beyond the Classroom: Transition Strategies for Young People with Disabilities, Fifth Edition
Such dry reading. The chapters are very long and the subheadings are kind of randomly related to the subject discussed, so it's a pain to link meaning to the headings, especially the Motivation part.

Many of the terms in there are undefined--I got a "?" note from the teacher when using those terms which I thought everyone else knew but me on two occasions. Words like "regulation" which occur in different contexts, and different ways of saying "Socioemotional learning" which should have ONE name and ONE meaning.

There is one very silly mistake--it's GROVER (not Murray) that does the near and far skit on Sesame Street. Get a gen-xer proofreader next time.
Car Hacks & Mods For Dummies
Car Hacks & Mods For Dummies
If you are thinking about modifying your car and have the "need for speed", read this book first. It'll give you fair warning about what happens legally and financially if you don't plan your modification properly. Bascially before you install that race-ready ECU, turbo or exhaust think of the repercussions it'll cause legally with the environment and the police. The information is very basic but useful to know and far ranging.
Luxury Bamboo Pillow With Shredded Memory Foam (Martian Dreams) - Adjustable Loft - Orthopedic Pillow for Neck Pain - Hypoallergenic - made with 280gsm fabric for a Superior Feel
Luxury Bamboo Pillow With Shredded Memory Foam (Martian Dreams) - Adjustable Loft - Orthopedic Pillow for Neck Pain - Hypoallergenic - made with 280gsm fabric for a Superior Feel
ok lets be clear im not being paid or given something for this review lol i have been looking for a decent pillow for months been to dreams and other bed stockists seen all the prices and must admit i was looking to buy a tempur cloud or comfort both of which were £85 anyway looking around to see if i could get them any cheaper i came across Martian made so i thought i would order two as the price in my eyes compared to other similar pillows was excellent i ordered through amazon prime and got next day the pillows come vacuum sealed along with two outer pillow cases you dont get that anywhere else so first plus bonus and very good quality so immediately you open they start to fluff up they do take upto 24 hours to get to there proper expanded size but you can use them straight away just give them a good fluff up in the morning now the really good bit if you still dont think they are full enough for you just give Martian made a call or email and the reply is very quick and they will send you some extra filling FREE of charge i asked for more and got it in the post within a couple of days simple as that now even after that Martian made will email you once you have registered your guarantee to make sure that every thing is ok and you are happy with your pillows cant ask for better service than that i know to some people that £49.99 might sound a lot for a pillow but it really is a case of you get what you pay for they are a lot cheaper than anywhere else for this quality pillow and they come with a 5 year guarantee.
So to sum up i brought these pillows because i am disabled and have degenerative spine condition i am normally up 5 to 6 times a night with pain but i can honestly say these pillows have helped if your looking at these pillows dont hesitate buy them you wont regret it
The Broken Circle Breakdown (English Subtitled)
The Broken Circle Breakdown (English Subtitled)
I watched this film last night and I keep reflecting back on it. Only the most beautiful works of art are capable of doing that.

+++Spolier Alert+++
This is not a straight forward film and neither is the dialogue. It would seem like this were a film about a tragic love story where a relationship is tested by the death of their daughter, Maybelle, and the couple deals with the outcomes of that tragedy. But this film does not feature the emotionally mature characters that rise to the challenge and overcome the overwhelming grief. Instead we have two grown children who must struggle with this predicament.

Unfortunately, they blame each other and themselves and even attempt to paint over their emotions by re-purposing Maybelle's room. All of which leads them further down the path of making horrible decisions.

The scenes in the film where Didier blames the Bush administration is, IMO, less about stem cell research and religious idiocy and more about finding an acceptable reason for why his daughter didn't survive which led to the demise of his happiness. I think the film benefits from his on-stage rant although it comes as a non-sequitur in the film. Where I think it works is that he is taking advantage of the only platform he has, the music stage, even though we can obviously see the meltdown in process, he cannot see it so clearly.

Elise on the other hand deals with problems by tattooing over them but is forced to recognize that this was never an effective scheme to bury her feelings. When she loses that false crutch she loses her will to live and grasps at terrible solutions to fix her problems.

The beautiful backdrop to this film is the music, which is outstanding, and the cast of characters that make up the band. They provide a majestic sound and some comic relief to the story. Thankfully there are some bright moments that lift this story just high enough to keep you from becoming emotionally fatigued. A truly 5 Star film.
A Diary of Undefined Lives
A Diary of Undefined Lives
The author weaves powerful poetry about the horrors of war and the courage of the soldiers who put their lives on the line to defend the innocent.
Midwifery & Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Certification Review Guide
Midwifery & Women's Health Nurse Practitioner Certification Review Guide
This book is extremely helpful for reviewing current guidelines and for specific system reviews. I used it during my women's health rotation as a supplement and substitute for some the required text readings, as their was too much material to review and it was difficult to retain that much information. This book presents information based by systems and it is laid out in a format that is easy to review. The questions at the end of the sections allow for evaluated of information retention and serves as a good indicator of areas that require additional review. I definitely feel that this book contributed to my success in the clinical and didactic portions of my women's health course.
TIMBER RIDGE Oversized Directors Chairs with Side Table, Heavy Duty Folding Camping Chair up to 600 Lbs Weight Capacity (Gray)
TIMBER RIDGE Oversized Directors Chairs with Side Table, Heavy Duty Folding Camping Chair up to 600 Lbs Weight Capacity (Gray)
I bought this because I'm 6'6" and 360... I'm a big boy for sure, lol... I needed something really solid, and I got that with this chair.

It's certainly heavier than the cheaper aluminum folding chairs... this one has a steel frame that's anodized black. It looks amazing and is built like a tank! But it's not too heavy to carry. Bigger and heavier? Yes, of course, but still carry friendly.

It has an elastic slot just under the seated portion where you can store your mobile phone if you want so it doesn't take up room on the table (or if you just don't want to use the table). Nice touch.

Material is water resistant, very solid, with great stitching (from all I can discern). Padded handles. Very nice design and lots of room for a big man like myself.

I also wanted a fold-out table and the one this has is also very solid with a cup holder. Love it.

The only change I'd make is to design the table with two cup holder cutouts so I can have both hot coffee and a cold bottle of water because sometimes a person wants both... you want your coffee but you want to keep hydrated, too. It's no deal breaker... it would just be nicer to have another slot to place that second drink in to keep it more secure without fear of accidentally knocking it over.

Really, I have no complaints. Very pleased and a great buy.
Patanjali Patanjali Cow'S Ghee, 1L
Patanjali Patanjali Cow'S Ghee, 1L
Patanjali made cow milk deshi ghee is best of availed among all similar type of fmcg product, it taste was not so good but fair colour was same as normal home made deshi ghee have it also have a qr code which varifies that it is a original prodct made by patanjali so,finally I like to give a rating feedback to this deshi ghee product which is 08/10 it means 08 out of 10.
Organic Delight Wheat Daliya, 500g
Organic Delight Wheat Daliya, 500g
This daliya size is perfect and taste is delicious.it has a great flavor and quality is awesome. every one in my family loved the taste of this daliya. Packaging is quite good and it gets cooked easily no need to wait for so much time.
Prestige Svachh Deluxe Alpha 3.0 Litre Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker
Prestige Svachh Deluxe Alpha 3.0 Litre Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker
Hi i am using this prestige cooker from past 3 months. Very heavy, good in design and quality in terms of handle, whistle,valves etc. Its cover will not broken down easily rater than inner lid cooker. No burning food. Very Easy to clean. Takes more whistles for cooking but healthy friendly.
@Note prestige company _why this cooker take so so many whistles and time to cook. I purchased this, now my mom scolding me every time. A simple dal recipe also took so much whistles but in d end not cooked proper.
Regaliz en 1 Kilo/2.2lbs – Venco schoolkrijt (Revestimiento de menta regaliz) la escuela gis liquorice. por Venco
Regaliz en 1 Kilo/2.2lbs – Venco schoolkrijt (Revestimiento de menta regaliz) la escuela gis liquorice. por Venco
This licorice was excellent. This comes in one inch size pieces that look and feel like small pieces of chalk, but are slightly hard shell coated chewy black licorice inside that is just the right amount of sweetness and wonderful anise flavor. I found this better than any other because the small size allows me to have a few and yet not too much, plus I love that it is neat and tidy, never feeling sticky. This was a gift to my husband who loves them so much, that he got it for Christmas, ate them all, and I surprised him with more for Valentines Day. Like ANY good thing, it was worth what it cost.
Higher Living Regaliz Tea Bolsa 15
Higher Living Regaliz Tea Bolsa 15
Après avoir acheté cette marque en grande surface en Bretagne j"ai eu du mal a la retrouver. et heureusement j'en ai trouvé sur amazon. gout et saveur de l'infusion très agréable. livraison rapide

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