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Green Smoothies

by Adams Media

Everything® cookbooks are a popular choice for home cooks looking for fresh, original recipes that only taste like you've spent all day in the kitchen. We've collected fifty of the tastiest, healthiest recipes the latest healthy trend. Here's all you need to get started making satisfying, delicious smoothies, from Smooth Carrot Apple to The Green Go-Getter.

The Green Tea Book

by Victoria Toews Lester A. Mitscher

Naturally occurring chemical compounds called polyphenols - found in abundance in green tea - have been found to be among the most effective of the antioxidants. And it is this important group of phytochemicals that has been identified as contributing to the prevention of cancer and heart disease, as well as having a wide variety of other healing abilities. Here, in The Green Tea Book, is a clear guide to understanding why green tea works, and how you can use it for both good health and great taste. The Green Tea Book begins by exploring the scientific research that supports this beverage's properties. It then focuses on green tea's long and rich history, from its centuries-old place of honor in Asian cultures to its growing use in the West. The book goes on to examine the individual benefits green tea offers - its use as an antioxidant in the prevention of cancer, heart disease, and stroke; its ability to promote longevity; its use as a digestive aid; its many benefits to women's health; and its role in fighting cavities and gingivitis. It even provides a practical section on choosing, brewing, and storing teas year-round.

Green Tea Living

by Miyuki Matsuo Toshimi A. Kayaki

Starting with the notion that some traditions-like drinking green tea for health and mental acuity-embody timeless wisdom for living, Toshimi A. Kayaki offers dozens of wise old Japanese ways for improving how you look and feel while respecting nature and the environment. Carry your own pair of chopsticks, wear five-toe socks, eat salty plums, use rice water as floor wax, do "eco-laundry," and always set aside 10 percent for savings . . . you get the idea. By leading a "green tea life," you'll help yourself and the planet.Toshimi A. Kayaki, born and raised in Japan, now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and has published twenty-two books on women's and cross-cultural issues.

Green Team (Rogue Warrior #3)

by Richard Marcinko

Richard Marcinko's revelations in his explosive #1 bestselling autobiography, Rogue Warrior, reverberated through the highest levels of the U.S. government. But, bound by government restrictions, he was forbidden to tell the whole story. The answer was fiction. First came Rogue Warrior: Red Cell, the take-no-prisoners bestseller with Marcinko as hero. Now the Rogue Warrior's back and he's hotter than ever, in a knockout novel of courage and nonstop action. In Portsmouth, England, an aircraft carrier has been sabotaged, killing the American Chief of Naval Operations, one of the few friends the Rogue Warrior had left in the Navy. Marcinko discovers a holy war is brewing -- a violent religious movement, encircling the globe and zeroing in on the West. Defeating that menace will be the supreme test of Marcinko's GREEN TEAM, a top-secret unit operating outside the U.S. military's chain of command. But in Washington, the political wolves select Dick Marcinko as their sacrificial lamb. For the Rogue Warrior it's time to declare a holy war of his own. The enemy may have the ultimate weapon, but GREEN TEAM has Marcinko's Tenth Commandment of SpecWar: There Are No Rules -- Thou Shalt Win at All Cost!

The Green Tent Mystery (Sugar Creek Gang #19)

by Paul Hutchens

The Sugar Creek Gang is confronted with a mystery when freshly-dug holes keep appearing in fields, including one in an abandoned cemetery. Bill Collins sister, Charlotte Ann, plays a big part in solving this strange case. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

Green Thoughts: A Writer in the Garden

by Eleanor Perenyi

This collection of essays covers an enormous range of gardening subjects and it will charm and instruct gardeners everywhere.

Green Thumb

by Ralph Mcinerny

Phil and Jimmy are enjoying a golf game, when they find a man apparently suffering a heart attack he is rushed to the hospital, but he dies. An autopsy suggests that his death was not accidental.

The Green Turtle Mystery

by Ellery Queen

This eerie mystery thriller features a vanishing girl, a Spanish-speaking parrot, and a time-telling turtle in a case that baffles even the Secret Service.

Green Well Years

by Manohar Devadoss

A wonderful account of the author's growing years in Madurai, the temple city situated on the banks of the Vaigai river. Madurai is also the seat of the Pandiyan dynasty and the centre of Tamil literature. The author paints a vivid picture of the culture, the caste system and the middle class society in Tamil Nadu in the late forties and early fifties.

Green Wilma

by Tedd Arnold

One morning Wilma woke up green, and much to her surprise She sat up on her bed and croaked and started eating flies... Green Wilma's parents don't know quite what to do when their daughter requests bugs for breakfast. At school, Wilma's teachers are appalled by her unusual amphibian antics. Wherever Wilma goes, surprises are waiting for her-and for readers of this irresistibly funny fable. "Fast, funny, and froggy, Green Wilma is guaranteed to be a hit." -Booklist an IRA-CBC children's choice book A storytime book tedd arnold is the author and illustrator of many books for children, including No Jumping on the Bed! and The Signmaker's Assistant.

Green Wilma, Frog in Space

by Tedd Arnold

A distracted frog + a rather froggy alien child + a spaceship on auto-pilot = an irresistibly goofy, action-packed, laugh-filled tale of mistaken identity

Green Witchcraft III: The Manual

by Ann Moura

Are You a Natural Witch? Green Witchcraft is at the core of earth magic, the Witchcraft of the Natural Witch, the Kitchen Witch, and the Cottage Witch. It is herbal, attuned to nature, and the foundation upon which any Craft tradition may be built. In this manual, Hereditary Witch Ann Moura presents the Craft as a course of instruction, with eight magical classes that correspond to the eight Sabbats. This companion handbook to Green Witchcraft and Green Witchcraft II can also be used alone as an exploration of the Green path. Cultivate your knowledge of earth magic with the following lessons: -- Introduction to the Craft, Basic Equipment, Altars-- Casting a Learning Circle, Meditation, and Technique-- Divination with the Celtic Ogham-- Consecration of a Statue, Divine Couples, Holy Days-- Divinations: Crystal Ball Scrying, Black Mirror Gazing-- Casting and Creating Spells, Herb Craft, Candle Magic-- Green Rules of Conduct, Circle Casting-- Stones and Crystals, Elixir Preparations. Return to your roots and grow wise in the ways of Green magic with Green Witchcraft III, The Manual.

The Greenback Trail (The Trailsman #180)

by Jon Sharpe

The bloody trail of phony money leads Skye Fargo to the once-peaceful Wyoming town of Colter's Hell, a strange wasteland of geysers and rock where men gone mad with greed roam the land.

Greeneyes

by Karen Robards

They were swept away by a passion that knows no bounds, and found a love that heals all wounds.

Greenhouse Gardening

by Sunset Publishing Staff

Greenhouse Gardening takes the reader through the intricacies of uding modern greenhouses to grow plants. Building a greenhouse, choosing plants, and special features of greenhouses are covered.

Greenhouse Production

by Ronald J. Biondo

Greenhouse Production is a comprehensive book based on the green¬house industry. It takes the reader beyond the most basic levels of horticulture. It includes botany and the production of floriculture crops.

Greenhouse Vegetable Gardening

by Inger Palmstierna

"A garden should be easy and fun to care for-don't complicate things unnecessarily." This is the slogan of author Inger Palmstierna. In Greenhouse Vegetable Gardening, she helps readers find the joy of cultivating in their very own greenhouses. Palmstierna is a gardening authority with vast knowledge on everything that grows. With infectious enthusiasm, this garden writer and horticulturist explains how to cultivate a successful garden or orchard.The greenhouse is the place where green thumbs are realized and your imagination can run wild. Palmstierna believes: "The greenhouse provides opportunities, but does not demand." Greenhouse Vegetable Gardening is an accessible book with many beautiful pictures and practical instructions. The topics covered include: Building and decorating your own greenhouse Training seedlings and early plant development How to sow, grow, and winter plants How to harvest vegetables and herbs How to cultivate summer flowers for planting And more!In addition to providing a garden year-round, the greenhouse can also be a beautiful addition to your yard and can be customized to match your tastes. You'll learn the basics on what to consider when buying, laying the foundations for, and decorating your greenhouse-as well as how to plan and use one. Soon after you'll be ready to explore the many types of vegetables and flowering plants that thrive in greenhouses.So get ready to enjoy fresh vegetables and flowers year-round!

The Greening of Ben Brown

by Michael Strelow

MICHAEL STRELOW WEAVES THE STORY OF A TOWN and its mysteries in his debut novel, The Greening of Ben Brown, an Oregon Book Award Finalist for fiction 2005. Ben Brown, the protagonist, becomes a citizen of East Leven, Oregon, after he recovers from an electrocution that has not left him dead but has turned him green. He befriends eighteen year-old Andrew James and together they unearth a chemical spill cover-up that forces the town to confront its demons and its citizens to choose sides. Strelow's lyrical prose and his talent for storytelling come together in this poetic and important first work that looks at how a town and the natural environment are inextricably linked. The Greening of Ben Brown will find itself in good company on the shelves between Winesburg, Ohio and To Kill a Mockingbird and readers of both will have a new story to cherish.

Greening of the Self

by Joanna Macy

The premise of Greening of the Self is that we are not individuals separate from the world. Instead we are always "co-arising" or co-creating the world, and we cannot escape the consequence of what we do to the environment. Joanna Macy's innovative writing beautifully demonstrates that by broadening our view of what constitutes "self" we can cut through our dualistic views and bring about the emergence of the "ecological self", that realizes that every object, feeling, emotion, and action is influenced by a huge, all-inclusive web of factors. Any change in the condition of any one thing in this web affects everything else by virtue of interconnectedness.Greening of the Self is visionary and future-oriented, making it essential reading for anyone who wants to discover the knowledge authority and courage to respond creatively to the crises of our time.Based on a chapter in Joanna Macy's bestselling World as Lover, World as Self.

Greensleeves

by Eloise Jarvis Mcgraw

Greensleeves is a 310 page romantic coming-of-age novel for teens and adults first published in 1968 and written by Eloise Jarvis McGraw, author of the Newbery Honor novels The Moor Child, The Golden Goblet, and Moccasin Trail. During the summer before she begins college, the clever and independent-minded Shannon Lightley, the first person narrator, persuades her uncle to let her go on an adventure in which she plays the role of a spy in order to expose what she suspects is a conspiracy to fraudulently exploit a cryptically worded will. In the process, she becomes romantically involved with a mysterious young man who has a generous heart, who is as brilliant as she is, and who has scholarly ambitions equal to hers. At the end, she must make a decision about her future, to follow love or to pursue freedom and the promise of life.

The Greenstone Grail

by Amanda Hemingway

A desperate mother spirits away her infant son, seemingly drawn (chased, perhaps?) to the small English village of Thornyhill. She ends up on the doorstep of old Bartlemy, a curious man who has lived on the forested land for as long as anyone can remember-and who comes to believe that the child is destined for great things. . . . While growing up under Bartlemy's protective eye, Nathan Ward senses something else watching him, a shift of shadows in the surrounding Darkwood. Then pieces of his dreams begin to come to life. A man he saved from the ocean washes ashore on the television news. A greenish stone cup set with jewels that has haunted his visions sounds eerily like one lost by the Thorn family centuries ago-a cup that has recently made its way back into the hands of the village's last living ancestor. Yet when Nathan learns the chalice may have come from another world, a land with bloodstained moons and a toxic sun, he knows he is destined to play a part in something beyond his most vivid imagination. But why is the cup here, and what could it possibly want with a teenage boy and a sleepy town of villagers full of tall tales? With the help of his best friend, Hazel, Nathan must figure out why he's been chosen-and for what purpose. Even if it means traveling deeper each night into dreams, into lands, into legends that both terrify and mesmerize him. The Greenthorn Grail is the first novel of a thrilling new trilogy, tracing a boy's journey-a quest rife with magic, wonder, and forces as dark as midnight. From the Hardcover edition.

Greenthieves

by Alan Dean Foster

When a shipment of high-tech pharmaceuticals is stolen from a supposedly impenetrable metal shed that was heavily monitored, Detective Manz and his two robot assistants are assigned the difficult case.

Greenwitch (The Dark is Rising #3)

by Susan Cooper

Simon, Jane, and Barney, enlisted by their mysterious great-uncle, arrive in a small coastal town to recover a priceless golden grail stolen by the forces of evil -- the Dark. They are not at first aware of the strange powers of another boy brought to help, Will Stanton -- nor of the sinister significance of the Greenwitch, an image of leaves and branches that for centuries has been cast into the sea for good luck in fishing and harvest.<P><P> Their search for the grail sets into motion a series of disturbing, sometimes dangerous events that, at their climax, bring forth a gift that, for a time at least, will keep the Dark from rising.

Greg Maddux, Ace!

by John Albert Torres

A biography of the ace pitcher who won the Cy Young award four times and who currently plays for the Atlanta Braves.

Gregg College Keyboarding and Document Processing for Windows: Lessons 1-60

by Scot Ober

This book is a multi component instructional program designed to give the student and the instructor a high degree of flexibility and a high degree of success in meeting their respective goals.

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