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The Tea Shop on Lavender Lane

by Sheila Roberts

www.SheilasPlace.comWhen it comes to men, sisters don't share! After a fake food poisoning incident in L.A., Bailey Sterling's dreams of becoming a caterer to the stars collapse faster than a soufflé. Now Bailey's face is in all the gossip rags and her business is in ruins. But the Sterling women close ranks and bring her back to Icicle Falls, where she'll stay with her sister Cecily. All goes well between the sisters until Bailey comes up with a new business idea-a tea shop on a charming street called Lavender Lane. She's going into partnership with Todd Black, who-it turns out-is the man Cecily's started dating. It looks to Cecily as if there's more than tea brewing in that cute little shop. And she's not pleased. Wait! Isn't Cecily seeing Luke Goodman? He's a widower with an adorable little girl, and yes, Cecily does care about him. But Todd's the one who sends her zing-o-meter off the charts. So now what? Should you have to choose between your sister and the man you love (or think you love)?

Tea Wisdom

by Aaron Fisher

Some of life's greatest pleasures can be found in the simple things, and there is nothing more basic, yet wonderful, than enjoying a steaming cup of tea on a damp, rainy day. Tea Wisdom is a wonderful collection of tea quotes, drawn from different centuries and parts of the world, celebrating the ability of tea to calm the nerves, enliven the mind and strengthen the spirit. Covering the full range of a tea lover's appreciation for this most celebrated of beverages, Tea Wisdom makes for a lovely treat.

Tea with Milk

by Allen Say

At home in San Francisco, May speaks Japanese and the family eats rice and miso soup and drinks green tea. When she visits her friends' homes, she eats fried chicken and spaghetti. May plans someday to go to college and live in an apartment of her own. But when her family moves back to Japan, she soon feels lost and homesick for America. In Japan everyone calls her by her Japanese name, Masako. She has to wear kimonos and sit on the floor. Poor May is sure that she will never feel at home in this country. Eventually May is expected to marry and a matchmaker is hired. Outraged at the thought, May sets out to find her own way in the big city of Osaka. Allen Say has created a moving tribute to his parents and their path to discovering where home really is.

Teach Like a Champion

by Doug Lemov Norman Atkins

Teach Like a Champion offers effective teaching techniques to help teachers, especially those in their first few years, become champions in the classroom. These powerful techniques are concrete, specific, and are easy to put into action the very next day. Training activities at the end of each chapter help the reader further their understanding through reflection and application of the ideas to their own practice.Among the techniques: Technique #1: No Opt Out. How to move students from the blank stare or stubborn shrug to giving the right answer every time. Technique #35: Do It Again. When students fail to successfully complete a basic task--from entering the classroom quietly to passing papers around--doing it again, doing it right, and doing it perfectly, results in the best consequences. Technique #38: No Warnings. If you're angry with your students, it usually means you should be angry with yourself. This technique shows how to effectively address misbehaviors in your classroom. The print version includes a DVD of 25 video clips of teachers demonstrating the techniques in the classroom. E-book customers: please note that details on how to access the content from the DVD may be found in the e-book Table of Contents. Please see the section: "How to Access DVD Contents"

Teach Like Your Hair's On Fire

by Rafe Esquith

Teach Like Your Hairs on Fire.

Teach like Your Hair's on Fire: The Methods and Madness Inside Room 56

by Rafe Esquith

This book is an inspiring guide to transforming every child's education. In a Los Angeles neighborhood plagued by guns, gangs, and drugs, there is an exceptional classroom known as Room 56.

Teach Me To Pray

by Andrew Murray Nancy Renich

In 31 short, readable chapters, the Christian is led through a study of prayer which is designed to develop, strengthen, and maintain a rich prayer life. The book also includes a chapter about the life and work of George Muller, a well-known 19th century preacher.

Teach Me Tonight

by Jacquelin Thomas

She always said they were just friends . But Tamara Hodges has never forgotten Micah Ross, her smart-as-a-whip college math tutor--and the guy who got away. Their ten-year reunion could be her chance to make things right. But the computer geek turned hip Beverly Hills record producer is giving her a very cool reception. Until Tamara turns up the heat. . . . Even after all these years, Micah is still hot for his gorgeous ex-pupil--and hurt by her cruel rejection. So when the sorority sister turned magazine writer shows up to interview a singer on his label, Micah seizes his opportunity for sweet revenge. But his scheme goes awry when passion ignites in an evening neither can forget. Is this Micah's chance to walk off with the ultimate prize-- the homecoming queen of his dreams?

Teach Them Diligently How to Use the Scriptures in Child Training

by Lou Priolo

Scripture based child training including several helpful appendices.

Teach Your Own

by John Holt Pat Farenga

Today more than one and a half million children are being taught at home by their own parents. In this expanded edition of the book that helped launch the whole movement, Pat Farenga has distilled John Holt's timeless understanding of the ways children come to understand the world and added up-to-the-moment practical advice. Rather than proposing that parents turn their homes into miniature schools, Holt and Farenga demonstrate how ordinary parents can help children grow as social, active learners. Chapters on living with children, "serious play," children and work, and learning difficulties will be of interest to all parents, whether home schooling or not, as well as to teachers. This new edition is supplemented with financial and legal advice as well as a guide to cooperating with schools and facing the common objections to home schooling.Teach Your Own not only has all the vital information necessary to be the bible for parents teaching their own children, it also conveys John Holt's wise and passionate belief in every child's ability to learn from the world that has made his wonderful books into enduring classics.

Teach Yourself Baby Massage and Yoga

by Anita Epple Pauline Carpenter

Relax and soothe your baby with massage and yoga. Teach Yourself Baby Massage and Yoga introduces you to the physical and emotional benefits of gentle massage and yoga exercises for your baby. In addition to teaching the best time to begin and the right oils to use, it explains how to tie in massage and yoga with storytelling, music, and rhyme to increase the effects.

Teach Yourself Basic Guitar

by Simon Pitt Simon Troup

The core information that you will learn in this book will be useful to you whichever styles of popular music you may later choose to specialize in. Whether you want to play rock, pop, blues, reggae, funk, folk or jazz, you'll need to start developing good left- and right-hand technique, and learn the chords and scales that are the building blocks of almost all western popular music. While this book doesn't go into any depth on classical guitar technique, there is a great deal of information and advice that will be of benefit to anyone who may decide that they wish to specialize in classical guitar playing in the future.

Teach Yourself CGI Programming With Perl 5 In A Week, Second Edition

by Eric Herrmann

The CGI or common gateway interface is a program that runs on a web server and does things behind the scenes. It might be a counter of visitors or a program to e-mail the contents of a user-submitted form. The Perl scripting language is one way of creating CGIs and its intracacies are discussed in exhaustively in this tutorial.

Teach Yourself Desktop Publishing

by Christopher Lumgair

Desktop publishing has become the industry standard for publishers and freelancers alike. Teach Yourself Desktop Publishing is a practical course in desktop publishing that includes up-to-date information on the latest software and techniques.

Teach Yourself Electronics

by Malcolm Plant

Ideal for beginning electronics students as well as people who want some general knowledge of the subject,Teach Yourself Electronics is a lucid, easy-to-read guide. It explains the essentials of electronics, demonstrates practical applications, and provides an introduction to the functions of devices that affect our everyday lives. From there, this guide moves on to the more complex principles of electronics, such as logic gates and Boolean algebra. Employing illustrations and straightforward language,Teach Yourself Electronics will give readers a solid foundation to satiate their curiosity.

Teach Yourself Hand Reflexology

by Denise Whichello Brown

Hand Reflexology is a simple, straightforward and practical guide to this ancient and increasingly popular healing art. Discover how reflexology has an enormous part to play in healthcare and how it offers much more than just a hand massage. Explore the roots of reflexology, and learn techniques easily with step-by-step instructions and accompanying illustrations.

Teach Yourself Happiness

by Paul Jenner

teach yourself Happiness ' is for anyone who knows they have a good life, but wants a lasting feeling of well-being. It offers combination of practical advice and inspirational material to help readers move towards a higher level of contentment and peace, and to derive more enjoyment from every aspect of their life and family. Along with inspiring anecdotes and personal testimonies/stories, it will offer practical 'assignations' and tasks, and an approach which combines problem solving with proactive methods and self-understanding. It covers all the influences which may affect happiness, internal (emotional) and external (physical and social), from past experience to the role of physical exercise. It takes each of these areas, and explains the way in which they are affecting present emotions, and how they can help to enhance happiness in some way. There are plenty of case studies that readers can identify with, while the practical element will serve further to help readers understand, by the end of the book, what makes them happy and how they can remain that way.

Teach Yourself Islam

by Ruqaiyyah Waris Maqsood

Given recent political developments, many want to know more about Islam. This accessible and informative guide covers not only Islamic history, theology, and the life of Muhammad, but also the role of the religion in shaping world politics. With this book, you'll come away with a well-rounded understanding of Islam and its various sects worldwide. Covers fundamentalism and terrorism in the name of Islam Explains the Qur'an and its teachings Describes the practicalities of being a Muslim in the 21st century

Teach Yourself NLP

by Amanda Vickers Steve Bavister

Learn to use NLP to go forward in your work and personal relationships. Are you new to Neuro Linguistic Programming, one of the most fascinating and most powerful forms of applied psychology today? Do you want a better understanding of what makes you and others tick? Are you seeking clearer goals, more effective communication and better relationships? Teach Yourself NLP gives you straightforward access to understanding Neuro Linguistic Programming and helps you to put the ideas and techniques into practice in your personal and professional life, both in your behavior and in your important relationships.

Teach Yourself Reiki

by Sandi Leir-Shuffrey

Learn to use your energy to heal yourself and others. A practical guide to Reiki, Teach Yourself Reiki teaches you how to improve your own quality of life, as well as that of others, using the increasingly popular method of energy transference for healing purposes. Including real-life case studies of successful Reiki treatments, it also contains valuable information on becoming a Reiki Master.

Teach Yourself Tai Chi

by Robert Parry

Do you want to understand the basic principles of Tai Chi? Do you want step-by-step instructions for the movements? Do you want to improve your basic health and fitness? Tai Chi explores the background and philosophy of the practice, introducing the "short yang form," ideal for all ages and fitness levels. Step-by-step guides to the movements will help you to reap many of the physical and mental benefits of this ancient Chinese system of exercise.

Teach Yourself TCP/IP in 14 Days (2nd edition)

by Tim Parker Dean Miller

The transmission control protocol/internet protocol is the backbone of the internet. The protocol is explained in detail in these 14 lessons.

Teach Yourself Thrifty Living

by Barty Philips

Thrifty living can become a fascinating way of life. The thrifty person learns to look out for opportunities to save money at home, at work, at play and while traveling, relaxing and shopping. As you become more skilled at being thrifty, there is enormous satisfaction, not just in the savings made, but in the ability to spot and exploit the opportunities. Almost everybody could benefit from reading this book. Anyone on a tight budget can make substantial savings by learning its lessons. For example, elderly and retired people living on pensions, who are not as well off as they once were; students struggling to make ends meet; parents with offspring of any age, who have dozens of calls on their income until the children finish their education; high earning young professionals with no personal commitments who find they are suddenly in debt through credit card overspending. All these people will find invaluable suggestions here. Some will want to monitor and record their successes and savings. Others will simply want to follow the ideas and guidelines and reap the benefits in a less formal way. In any event, thrifty living can be both satisfying and fruitful at one level and, if nothing else, prevent you from getting into serious financial trouble.

Teach Yourself VISUALLY Flash CS3 Professional

by Sherry Kinkoph Gunter

Clear, step-by-step screen shots arranged in two-page lessons show you how to tackle more than 140 Flash CS3 Professional tasks. No long-winded explanations, just easy, visual directions for performing such necessary operations as creating objects, symbols, and instances; controlling playback with the Timeline; adding interactivity with buttons; organizing project assets with the Library; creating animation with tweens; and adding sound and video . Helpful sidebars offer practical tips and tricks, and it's all presented for the visual learner.

Teach Yourself VISUALLY Laptops

by Sherry Kinkoph Gunter

The fast and easy way to learn about buying, maintaining, and troubleshooting, a laptopHow do I find the right laptop for me? Now that I have a laptop, how do I set it up and maintain it? What are some tips for getting the most out of software systems? How do I begin to troubleshoot my laptop? If you are a visual learner and have ever asked yourself any of those questions, then this is just the book you need. Visual, step-by-step guidance walks you through finding the right laptop to meet your needs, getting comfortable with the latest versions of Windows and the Microsoft Office Suite, and understanding the most important security aspects of keeping your online experiences safe.Helps visual learners get comfortable and confident with their laptopsFeatures full-color screen shots and numbered, step-by-step instructions on how to get up and running Walks you through using the latest hardware add-ons, the Internet, and popular software applicationsTeach Yourself VISUALLY Laptops, Second Edition offers you an easy-to-follow and visually appealing way to learn!

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