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The Healthy Smoothie Bible

by Farnoosh Brock

Whatever your fitness regimen, health goals, or daily routine--this massive book of 100+ smoothie recipes has a recipe for every occasion. Potassium-rich bananas, free radical-fighting blueberries, nutrient-rich spinach, succulent mango, or light and sweet almond milk, every delicious natural ingredient you can think of pairs up in this smoothie bible for devoted followers of the healthy smoothie revolution that's sweeping the nation.Author Farnoosh Brock shares her knowledge, discoveries, useful tips, and lessons learned from years of making smoothies and getting healthier from the powerhouse of nutrition from these drinks. She gives you the full scoop on how to get started, how to keep it simple, how to listen to your body as you add healthy smoothies into your life and how to heal your body and return it to harmony using the magic of your blender.Wondering how to stay motivated after the initial excitement wears off? How to make smoothies quickly and efficiently while still keeping it fun and fresh? Farnoosh talks you through all of those situations, and gives you tips on how to manage each as you move forward with The Healthy Smoothie Bible.So start your blenders--and enjoy this comprehensive resource about every aspect of the wonderful world of healthy smoothies!

A Healthy You

by Carol Alt

As the host of A Healthy You & Carol Alt, supermodel, actress, bestselling author, raw food expert, and entrepreneur Carol Alt has teamed up with leading experts and doctors to offer a unique blend of alternative and practical health and wellness advice. Now, for the first time, Carol has collected the very best information, advice, and tips from the show all in one place! In A Healthy You Carol and her top experts show readers how to approach all aspects of life with energy and vitality--from nutrition and fitness, to beauty, skin care, and fashion.Drawing on her years of experience as a raw food advocate and ambassador for a mindful, health-focused lifestyle, Carol guides readers of all ages with simple, effective advice on how to live a more balanced, healthy, beautiful life. She demystifies and takes readers step-by-step through the recipes, regimens, diets, and products--from raw eating to do-it-yourself, chemical-free beauty products--that really work.Carol curates advice from her favorite doctors, fitness gurus, dietitians, and the hundreds of experts she's interviewed on her television show. Never afraid to try the trends that may seem unusual, difficult, or fringe, Carol is devoted to making alternative ideas accessible to everyone. In A Healthy You, she brings readers the best of what she's found. Filled with practical advice, expert guidance on living a cleaner, greener lifestyle, and engaging stories from Carol's own life, A Healthy You will inspire everyone to take charge of his or her health every day, in new and exciting ways.

Heap House: Book One

by Edward Carey

Welcome to Heap House, the sprawling, slipshod maze of a mansion, built on the "Heaps," a collection of forgotten trash and curios. Young Clod Iremonger and his eccentric family, the "kings of mildew, moguls of mold," made their fortune from this collected detritus. The Iremongers are an odd old family, each the owner of the birth object they must keep with them at all times. Clod is perhaps the oddest of all--his gift and his curse is that he can hear all of the objects of Heap House whispering. Yes, a storm is brewing over Heap House and the house's many objects are showing strange signs of life. Clod is on the cusp of being "trousered" and married off (unhappily) to his cousin Pinalippy when he meets the plucky orphan servant Lucy Pennant, with whose help he begins to uncover the dark secrets of his family's empire. The first installment of the Iremonger Trilogy, Heap House introduces readers to a gloriously imagined dark world whose inhabitants come alive on the page--and in Edward Carey's fantastical illustrations. Heap House is a book that will appeal to fans of Neil Gaiman, Roald Dahl and Mervyn Peake, young and old alike. Mystery, romance, and the perils of the Heaps await!

Hear My Sorrow: The Diary of Angelo Denoto, a Shirtwaist Worker (Dear America)

by Deborah Hopkinson

Drama and history meet in this moving diary of an Italian immigrant who works in a shirtwaist factory in 1909 New York. Young Angela soon plays a part in the turmoil that erupts as workers begin to strike, protesting terrible conditions in the sweatshops.

Hear No Evil (Jack Swyteck #4)

by James Grippando

Miami attorney Jack Swyteck is involved in the most explosive criminal trial of his career -- a case that starts with a murder on a military base and concludes with a shocking surprise that will change Jack's life forever. A beautiful woman comes to see Jack and begs him to represent her. She says she's about to be arrested for the murder of her husband, an officer stationed at Guantanamo Bay. Having no expertise in military law and sensing that the woman isn't telling him the entire truth, Jack turns her down. Then she drops a bombshell: She claims she's the adoptive mother of Jack's biological son -- a child he's never met. Either Jack must represent her or he'll never see the boy. So Jack agrees, but with great foreboding. He has an unreliable client -- a blackmailer who just might be a murderer -- and he has to travel to Gitmo and on to Havana to tussle with people who clearly have a lot to hide. This is a case with as many twists and turns as it has unanswered questions, and the personal toll on Jack won't end until he's forced to confront the ultimate surprise witness in a trial that rocks the city of Miami. In signature Grippando style, Hear No Evil is an intricate, fast-paced, and captivating thriller that will keep you guessing until the very end.

Hear That Lonesome Whistle Blow

by Dee Brown

A fascinating and atmospheric history of the transcontinental railroad--the nineteenth century's greatest and most relentless feat of national expansionHear that Lonesome Whistle Blow unspools the history of the beginnings of the American railroad system. By the mid-nineteenth century, settlers in Missouri and California were separated by a vast landscape that dwarfed and isolated them, conquerable only by "the demonic power of the Iron Horse and its bands of iron track." Although the building of the great railroad is commonly known as a story of romance, adventure, and progress, it also has a dark side, as profiteers decimated American Indian tribes, exploited workers, and destroyed ecosystems. Despite this, by the turn of the twentieth century, five major railroads would span the continent. This account vividly illustrates the railroad builders' breathtaking skill, ambition, and ingenuity. . Brown compellingly tells a high-stakes tale, an exhilarating history that still holds lessons for today. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Dee Brown including rare photos from the author's personal collection.

Hear the Wind Blow

by Mary Downing Hahn

On a cold, snowy night, Haswell Magruder makes a decision that will have a profound effect on his own life as well as the lives of all those he loves. A wounded Confederate soldier appears at the family's Virginia farm, and Haswell convinces his mother and sister to take the man in, despite the certain repercussions if the enemy Yankees were to catch them in such a "traitorous" act. Unfortunately, this is precisely what happens, setting off a horrific chain of events that leaves Haswell's mother dead and the farmhouse burned to the ground.After leading his younger sister to safety with relatives, Haswell sets out on his journey in search of his older brother, a Confederate soldier. His quest is also a passage into manhood, as he experiences the last bloody days of the Civil War. Skillful storytelling, well-developed characters, and a fast-paced plot distinguish this compelling family story by an award-winning author.

Heard It All Before

by Michele Grant

Accustomed to living the high life in Dallas, everything Jewellen Capwell knows about the hood comes from the movies. So when she agrees to accompany her best friend Renee to a Southside ball game, her only concern is keeping her cool around the peeps. Shes not there to ogle men like Renee, but the moment Jewel lays eyes on Roman Montgomery, she begins to wonder just what shes been missing. When it comes to men, Jewels heard it all before, but suddenly it seems like Romes working from a whole new script. . . Renee Nightingale loves to fall in love. Right now, shes got her sights set on landing a rock from her current main squeeze, Gregory. Shes not getting any younger, and she sure isnt going to reach thirty still single. And to ensure no one plays her, shes always got a game going on. So when temptation comes calling in the form of a fine, young man with a chiseled physique, she cant resist--and why should she? What Gregory doesnt know, cant hurt them--or so she thinks. . .

The Hearing (Abe Glitsky #3)

by John Lescroart

The call comes at midnight. It looks like a tragic and petty murder-a rising star in San Francisco's legal firm found shot in a dark alley. But for homicide lieutenant Abe Glitsky, the crime cuts horribly close to home--unknown to anyone, the victim was his daughter. Seething, Glitsky leans hard on his only suspect--a homeless heroin addict found lingering over his daughter's body, with her jewelry in his pocket and a smoking gun in his hand. The city's embattled, ambitious D.A., Sharron Pratt, sees an opportunity to revive her troubled administration by publicly declaring war on the killer and vowing to deliver the death penalty, putting the case on the fast track to certain conviction. Unable to watch a man die for Pratt's political gain, Dismas Hardy warily takes on the defense. But as Hardy's crusade to secure his client a fair hearing ensues, a lethal web of political corruption, legal conspiracy, and cold blooded murder begins to unravel. In a case that would send shock waves through the city of San Francisco and echo in the private lives of its citizens, the hearing is just the beginning.

Hearing-Ear Dogs (Working Dogs)

by Howard Schroeder Phyllis Raybin Emert

Did you know a dog can be trained to "alert" deaf people to the sound of alarm clocks, doorbells, and other noises? Learn how these amazing canines are trained. For grades 2 - 4.

Hearing Loss and Healthy Aging: Workshop Summary

by Tracy A. Lustig

Being able to communicate is a cornerstone of healthy aging. People need to make themselves understood and to understand others to remain cognitively and socially engaged with families, friends, and other individuals. When they are unable to communicate, people with hearing impairments can become socially isolated, and social isolation can be an important driver of morbidity and mortality in older adults. Despite the critical importance of communication, many older adults have hearing loss that interferes with their social interactions and enjoyment of life. People may turn up the volume on their televisions or stereos, miss words in a conversation, go to fewer public places where it is difficult to hear, or worry about missing an alarm or notification. In other cases, hearing loss is much more severe, and people may retreat into a hard-to-reach shell. Yet fewer than one in seven older Americans with hearing loss use hearing aids, despite rapidly advancing technologies and innovative approaches to hearing health care. In addition, there may not be an adequate number of professionals trained to address the growing need for hearing health care for older adults. Further, Medicare does not cover routine hearing exams, hearing aids, or exams for fitting hearing aids, which can be prohibitively expensive for many older adults. "Hearing Loss and Healthy Aging" is the summary of a workshop convened by the Forum on Aging, Disability, and Independence in January 2014 on age-related hearing loss. Researchers, advocates, policy makers, entrepreneurs, regulators, and others discussed this pressing social and public health issue. This report examines the ways in which age-related hearing loss affects healthy aging, and how the spectrum of public and private stakeholders can work together to address hearing loss in older adults as a public health issue.

The Hearing-Loss Guide

by Robert L. Daniels John M. Burkey

Although millions of people could use good advice about hearing loss, it turns out that asking is difficult, and accurate advice is hard to come by. This book directly addresses the problem: it provides useful, first-hand advice from people who have experienced hearing loss themselves, along with accurate treatment information from a highly experienced audiologist. Prompted to write this book by a patient who thought the reality of hearing loss and its associated problems could only be truly understood by someone with personal experience, audiologist John M. Burkey gathered information from his own patients and their spouses. The Hearing-Loss Guide presents their candid recommendations for anyone who suffers hearing loss, as well as families, friends, and co-workers. The author opens with chapters on the basics of hearing loss, hearing aids and other devices, and treatments. He then turns to his patients, who discuss coping with hearing loss, the real-life consequences of losing hearing, how to get help, adapting to a hearing aid, and other useful topics. Family members also offer valuable advice. A resource guide completes this indispensable volume.

Hearing Secret Harmonies: Book Twelve of A Dance to the Music of Time

by Anthony Powell

Anthony Powell's universally acclaimed epic A Dance to the Music of Time offers a matchless panorama of twentieth-century London. Now, for the first time in decades, readers in the United States can read the books of Dance as they were originally published-as twelve individual novels-but with a twenty-first-century twist: they're available only as e-books. In the final volume, Hearing Secret Harmonies, Nick and his contemporaries have begun to settle into the quieter stages of later life-even as the rise of the counterculture signals that a new generation is pushing its way to the front. The darkly fascinating young Scorpio Murtlock unexpectedly draws Widmerpool into his orbit, calling to mind occult and cultish doings from earlier decades; close friends leave the stage, never to be replaced in this life; and, drawing all the long, tangled strands together, Anthony Powell sounds an unforgettable requiem for an age. "Anthony Powell is the best living English novelist by far. His admirers are addicts, let us face it, held in thrall by a magician. "--Chicago Tribune "A book which creates a world and explores it in depth, which ponders changing relationships and values, which creates brilliantly living and diverse characters and then watches them grow and change in their milieu. . . . Powell's world is as large and as complex as Proust's. "--Elizabeth Janeway, New York Times "One of the most important works of fiction since the Second World War. . . . The novel looked, as it began, something like a comedy of manners; then, for a while, like a tragedy of manners; now like a vastly entertaining, deeply melancholy, yet somehow courageous statement about human experience. "--Naomi Bliven, New Yorker "The most brilliant and penetrating novelist we have. "--Kingsley Amis

A Heart Ablaze

by John Bevere

God delivered Israel from Egyptian bondage to captivate them for Himself. In the arid wilderness He planned to reveal His nature and ways to them, but they drew back. How different are we today? Many confess the Lordship of Jesus and acknowledge His saving power, yet like Israel, they've drawn back. Rather than pursuing His heart they have cleaved to this world's form of worship-the worship of self. As a result we have changed the image of Jesus to be like us. Fire can alter these images. The fire we need is found in the Holiness of God. God is calling us to draw nearer tremble on Mt. Zion...transformed to touch others.

Heart and Hands, Fifth Edition

by Elizabeth Davis

A fully revised update of the foundational text on birth assisting from internationally renowned authority Elizabeth Davis, offering professional guidance for both aspiring and veteran midwives.Presenting information on what to expect during each stage of pregnancy, birth, and postpartum recovery, Heart and Hands has been the most trusted guide for midwives and expecting parents for more than two decades. This completely revised edition includes new photographs and illustrations, updated resources for parents, and a current list of midwifery schools. Information will be added throughout to reflect the latest research on the physiology of pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. Combining time-honored teachings with the most current obstetric techniques, this essential reference empowers birthing helpers and parents to create a truly woman-centered birth experience.

Heart and Soul (Clearwater Crossing, #3)

by Laura Peyton Roberts

After a cheerleading stunt goes terribly wrong, Melanie is rushed to the hospital. Her frightened friends are praying for her recovery. Drifting in and out of consciousness, she feels a comforting presence. Is her imagination at work, or is Melanie not as alone as she thinks? Of course Nicole's concerned about her so-called friend, but she has a modeling contest to worry about. She's still following a strict diet--she's got to be in perfect shape. Especially now that Jesse's begun to take her seriously.... Finally, Jenna has a room she can call her own! But will her new surroundings cause hurt feelings between Jenna and her closer-than-close sisters?

Heart and Soul (McKaslin Clan: Series 1, Book 3) (Love Inspired #251)

by Jillian Hart Jill Strickler

Small-Town Secrets<P> Michelle McKaslin felt as if a higher power had intervened when she rescued an injured stranger and gave him the job of handyman in exchange for room and board. There was just something about this tough-yet-tender drifter that made her believe she'd actually found the one. Was it too much to hope that she was finally stepping out from the shadow of her four perfect sisters?<P> Jaded undercover agent Adam Brody had no choice but to investigate Michelle's family in a counterfeiting ring. But as he grew to see the beauty in Michelle's life, it tore him apart to deceive the wholesome woman who rejuvenated his spirit. When the truth surfaced, he would need all of the Lord's blessings to convince Michelle that he loved her, heart and soul!

The Heart and Stomach of a King

by Carole Levin

In her famous speech to rouse the English troops staking out Tilbury at the mouth of the Thames during the Spanish Armada's campaign, Queen Elizabeth I is said to have proclaimed, "I may have the body of a weak and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a king." Whether or not the transcription is accurate, the persistent attribution of this provocative statement to England's most studied and celebrated queen illustrates some of the contradictions and cultural anxieties that dominated the collective consciousness of England during her reign from 1558 until 1603.In The Heart and Stomach of a King, Carole Levin explores the myriad ways unmarried, childless Elizabeth represented herself and the ways members of her court, foreign ambassadors, and subjects represented and responded to her as a public figure. In particular, Levin interrogates the gender constructions, role expectations, and beliefs about sexuality that influenced her public persona and the way she was perceived as a female Protestant ruler. With a new introduction that situates the original edition within the emerging genre of cultural biography, the second edition of The Heart and Stomach of a King offers insight into the continued fascination with Elizabeth I and her reign.

A Heart Deceived

by Michelle Griep

Miri Brayden teeters on a razor's edge between placating and enraging her brother, whom she depends upon for support. Yet if his anger is unleashed, so is his madness. Miri must keep his descent into lunacy a secret, or he'll be committed to an asylum--and she'll be sent to the poorhouse. Ethan Goodwin has been on the run all of his life--from family, from the law ... from God. After a heart-changing encounter with the gritty Reverend John Newton, Ethan would like nothing more than to become a man of integrity--an impossible feat for an opium addict charged with murder. When Ethan shows up on Miri's doorstep, her balancing act falls to pieces. Both Ethan and Miri are caught in a web of lies and deceit--fallacies that land Ethan in prison and Miri in the asylum with her brother. Only the truth will set them free.

Heart Earth

by Ivan Doig

Ivan Doig grew up with only a vague memory of his mother, Berneta, who died on his sixth birthday. Then he discovered a cache of her letters--and through them, a spunky, passionate, can-do woman as at home in the saddle as behind a sewing machine, and as in love with language as Doig would prove to be. In this moving prequel to his acclaimed memoir This House of Sky, Doig brings to life his childhood before his mother's death and the family's journey from the Montana mountains to the Arizona desert and back again. He eloquently captures the texture of the American West during and after World War II, the fortune of a family, and one woman's indomitable spirit.

Heart Failure

by Richard L. Mabry

When her fiancé's dangerous secretsturn her work upside down, a beautiful doctor must choose between her ownsafety and the man she loves--and thought she knew. Dr. Carrie Markham's heart was brokenby the death of her husband two years ago. Now, just as her medical practice istaking off, her fresh engagement to paralegal Adam Davidson seems almost toogood to be true . . . until a drive-by shooting leaves Carrie on the floor ofhis car with glass falling around her. When he confesses that Adam isn't hisreal name and that he fled the witness protection program, Carrie is left withan impossible choice: should she abandon the fiancé she isn't sure she reallyknows, or accept his claim of innocence and helphim fight back against this faceless menace? While Carrie struggles to decidewhether to follow her heart or her head, the threats against them continue toescalate. Her life--as well as Adam's--depends on making the right choice . . .and the clock is ticking.

Heart Fate

by Robin D. Owens

Lahsin Yew has had enough of married life. Wed to a wealthy older man when she was just a girl, she runs away from his abusive home to find a new life on her own terms. At seventeen, she's about to enter her Second Passage, when her flair-and perhaps her Heart-Mate-will be revealed. With her husband giving chase, she finds sanctuary in a secret garden, where she meets Tinne Holly. Though he is her HeartMate, he cannot tell her, and her troubled past prevents her from trusting any man. Pretending to find her by chance, Tinne helps her through her Second Passage. But when the truth is revealed, can she forgive his deception, and learn to trust in her destiny?

Heart Felt Knits

by Tamara Mello

Knitting something by hand and then applying the centuries-old technique of wet felting results in gorgeous pieces that are durable, eco-friendly, and timeless. In Heart Felt Knits, actress-turned-crafter Tamara Mello offers twenty-five knitted and felted projects, from darling nesting bowls to elegant hats, cozy wraps, and chic hair accessories. Knitters will love watching their pieces take on surprising forms and textures through the felting process. With easy-to-follow knitting patterns, simple felting instructions, helpful how-to photographs, and lavish shots of the finished projects, this special book shows knitters of all stripes how to create unique accessories and keepsakes to last a lifetime.

A Heart for God

by Sinclair Ferguson

In this book, Sinclair Ferguson sounds a call to all Christians to deepen their own personal knowledge of the living God.

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