Become the owner of your very own screaming goat with this desktop companion. Press the tree stump button to hear the high-pitched bleats that caused the screaming goat sensation to go viral. Kit also includes a 32-page illustrated book of fun facts and trivia about these famed farm animals.
The "All I Want for Valentine's Day is Love and a Screaming Goat" Journal, with lined pages, is the perfect gift idea for goat lovers and farmers. This blank line journal can be used as a prayer journal, gratitude journal, daily journal, budget journal, food diary, or diary. Great for writing down favorite or new recipes to try. Perfect for keeping track of to-do lists, grocery lists, goals, milestones, success, poetry, creative ideas, and self-care action plan. Reflect on life and relieve stress. This writing journal is the perfect gift idea for birthdays, holidays, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, or Valentine's Day. 6 x 9 paperback 110 pages (55 sheets) Beautiful glossy cover Perfect for gift-giving!
Reeling from a personal tragedy, science engineer Derek Hexum relocates his work from Southern to North Central California at a laboratory and military complex. Soon after his arrival, while hiking in the nearby woods one day, he stumbles into a brief encounter with a juvenile bigfoot. From that unexpected encounter between human and animal, an uneasy friendship begins to evolve. Already caught up in a murder investigation downstate in the LA area, Hexum becomes a further person of interest after an act of terrorism rips across the military base. Then a series of horrific killings begin to occur, first with livestock and later against area residents. The scientist is certain the gentle creature he’s befriended isn’t responsible. But if it isn’t, what is? Local police are investigating the murders. The FBI is doggedly pursuing the specters of both domestic and foreign terrorists. Certain elements in the military are attempting to shelter base black ops programs from the general population. And the scientist is trying to protect his newly found “friend” from a Special Forces unit hunting down a shadowy assassin moving through the surrounding forests. Through it all, a titantic battle between Science and Nature begins to emerge. Which one wins may determine the safety of the local area and the invulnerability of the nation’s defenses. It’s a breathless race to the end, where any possibility may become the reality.
A new threat is on the rise and Emily begins to wonder if Chevalier is more interested in being her savior than her protector. The Cavalry strives to keep her safe while she opens a new dog rescue on the property she once stole from the Valle. She continues her quest to find and revive the former Encala Elders, with help from an unlikely source. Meanwhile, Dain remains in the Equites prison under Chevalier’s watchful eye, at the same time as the other half-heku children begin the long process of integrating into the lives of the heku as they try to break free from the shadow of their famous parents. Emily feels the Equites have finally overstepped and begins a new life on her own.
The story of Jesus’ life has remained frozen and stagnant in the perspective dictated by the first Christian Council of Nicea in 325 A.D. (C.E.) To this day, few Christians know any more than what is reported in the Gospels of the Bible. Unfortunately, even fewer know that new discoveries, mostly from the 19th and 20th centuries, have been found revealing much more about the man called Jesus from the 1st century. Yet even in these post-modern times, the new information has been shrouded in secrecy and organized religion doesn’t seek change or new insight on this subject. “The Dawn from on High” is a series of nine novels following the sequential life of Jesus. No new information is censored and no old information is withdrawn. Rather, all the information is knit together in a story written for the 21st century reader. It has been written and guided by an ancient rabbinic principle known as the Halakic Principle which incorporates a ‘both/and’ technique rather than the ‘either/or’ discipline used by the founders of the Christian religion. This first volume includes the story of Jesus’ life from conception to the age of ten years. Most of this time Jesus lived with his family in Egypt. Jesus said, “Ask; and it will be given to you, Seek; and you will find, Knock; and the door will be opened to you.” The challenge has been given to each of us. If we accept it, we will learn more than we ever thought possible!
If you don’t like a smattering of serious on a bed of parody, clichéd characters, and over the top situations that know exactly what they are, then this book is definitely not for you. What do you get when you introduce Deadpool’s personality to Disney's Giselle’s? If you answered a love story for the ages, you wouldn’t be totally wrong… But, you wouldn’t be totally right, either. With a heroine who won’t let a stupid little thing like being too good get in the way of showing her stupid ex what’s what and a hero who wants no part of being the male lead in a romance novel, these two opposites find themselves in an unconventional partnership. When peppy-go-lucky Avery eventually wears down bad-to-the-bone Davin’s defences, he agrees to help her trash her reputation. And, if Davin can help her pass math while he’s at it, all the better. So, it’s goodbye to Little Miss Goody-Two-Shoes, and hello to a whole new Avery. Davin was only supposed to be Avery’s mistake – the guy that everyone would eventually call her ‘little phase’ – and he figured it would be good for a laugh when he looked back on it. But, the more they’re together, the less either of them feel it’s a mistake. Now, if only one of them could mention that to the other and ease all that angst-ridden tension… A laugh-out-loud modern-day fairy-tale in dual POV for those who know life never quite goes according to plan. The first book in a new standalone series: Bad Boy's Guide to... Please be aware that this story is set in Australia and therefore uses Australian English spelling and syntax.
A California lawyer is reunited with her Caribbean mother, and must cope with a crisis, in a novel about identity and family. Jean has lived in the United States—and avoided her Caribbean homeland—for years. But as she prepares to work on a lesbian couple’s child custody case, in the hopes of advancing her law career, she is suddenly pulled in another direction. Her uncle, a prominent man back on the island, has died, and Jean’s mother, who nursed him through his long illness, demands her daughter’s attention. She wants to come visit her in Oakland. As Jean struggles through memories of both childhood and adulthood, she must come to terms with her past, her future, her true identity—and her relationship with a woman who has made her life difficult, but who may now desperately need her help.
Thomas O'Callaghan drew rave reviews for Bone Thief, chilling debut. Now, in his riveting new thriller, a diabolical killer is terrorizing New York City. . . The Screaming Room John Driscoll has laid the ghosts of his past to rest. He's ready to start over--both personally and as a New York City homicide detective. But it seems that a serial killer has other plans for Driscoll. The victims' bodies are found, brutally mutilated and carefully arranged. Someone has displayed the corpses for the world to see: on a Ferris wheel; in a dinosaur diorama; on a bridge--grotesque visions to all except for the depraved killer, who considers them masterpieces. These blood rituals spell out a message to Driscoll. And they are just the beginning. . . Driscoll's investigation will lead him down the darkest of journeys, toward an evil beyond his worst nightmares. In a hellish landscape conceived by the all-too-clever mind of a twisted schemer, Driscoll must play a killer's deadly game. It's up to him to save his city--or die trying. Praise for Thomas O'Callaghan and Bone Thief "Just the thing for an autumn evening, a measure of single-malt scotch, and, from deep in the surrounding woods, the howls of faraway madmen."--Peter Straub "A relentless and harrowing ride. . .O'Callaghan peels back the layers of the human soul with informed surety."--Gayle Lynds "From its chilling opening to its slam-bang conclusion, Bone Thief delivers the goods." --P.J. Parrish "Sweeps the reader along in its breathless, tumbling course." --Peter Straub "Sharp as a scalpel." --Gayle Lynds "Truly creepy." --P.J. Parrish "This one should be read in the light of day." --Alafair Burke