Nearly 100 Coloring Templates for Appreciating the Little Things in Life
Author: Lacy Mucklow
Take time to appreciate the little things in life with Color Me Grateful! Put down your cell phone. Shut off the TV. And color your way to gratitude for the little things in life! Color Me Grateful is the newest entry in the Zen Coloring Book series, with nearly 100 coloring templates featuring images and shapes designed to remind you of the little things in life. Coloring templates focus on appreciating simple things, like nature, animals, food, health and wellness, peace, and companionship. Instead of turning to a screen, color yourself grateful with this soothing, relaxing pastime. Don't forget to try Color Me Calm, Color Me Happy, Color Me Stress-Free, Color Me Fearless, and Color Me to Sleep!
Create and Connect Side by Side
Author: Lacy Mucklow,Bethany Robertson
A book that draws mother and child closer together. Mom and Me: An Art Journal to Share is a full-color art journal for moms and kids to color and draw together. Designed to be a sharing experience, mom and child can write each other letters, draw what scares them, imagine what they want to be when they are grown up, color a scene using only one favorite color, and more. The journal is filled with fun hand-lettering and artwork from Bethany Robertson along with creative prompts from licensed art therapist Lacy Mucklow. It is intended to maximize quality time and conversation between mom and child - a way to communicate without interrogation, prodding, or all the other ineffective methods for learning about your child. It's for those moms who want to hear more about a child's day, what happened, how they felt, their thoughts, etc. Lacy Mucklow will offer up the best ways to communicate with a child through creating together: how to start an open conversation with your child, questions you can ask that will help generate thoughtful responses, and how to tailor the quality time so it's still fun and engaging for your child. This art journal has 50 full-color spreads to color, fill in, draw, and more. Each spread has a creative prompt or another exercise for mom and child to fill out together.
Author: Patricia West-Jones
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Local poet and singer Patricia West-Jones has been composing poetry since 1998. Originally from New York, but born in Atlantic City, West-Jones father died when she was seven years old. The years following were troubled times. She remembers sitting for hours sucking her fingers, something she continued to do for many years, seeking comfort. Now she finds peace and comfort writing poetry and short stories. A wife and mother of two daughters and a son, Pat works for the Pleasantville School District in the Counseling Department. West Jones says that for her life is like the following: One day she was working out on a track that went round and old house that sits on the bay. She is walking bent over because the breeze off the water had picked up and was pressing her back; it was very difficult to go forward. When she rounded the bend, the wind was now at her back pushing her forward. So for Pat, life at times presses her back but with prayer and determination she presses her way as her writing moves her ever closer to peace. Patricia West-Jones poems will appeal to a diverse audience: Women, mothers, and Christians, as well as those who have struggled to find themselves on their life journey
And the Truth that Sets Them Free
Author: Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth
Publisher: Moody Publishers
Counter the lies that keep you from abundant living. Satan is the master deceiver; his lies are endless. And the lies Christian women believe are at the root of most of their struggles. "Many women live under a cloud of personal guilt and condemnation," says Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. "Many are in bondage to their past. Others are gripped by fear of rejection and a longing for approval. Still others are emotional prisoners." In this bestseller, Lies Women Believe, Nancy exposes those areas of deception most commonly believed by Christian women—lies about God, sin, priorities, marriage and family, emotions, and more. She then sheds light on how we can be delivered from bondage and set free to walk in God's grace, forgiveness, and abundant life. Nancy offers the most effective weapon to counter and overcome Satan's deceptions: God's truth!
4 Royally Sexy Romances
Author: Pamela DuMond
Publisher: Pamela DuMond
USA Today bestselling author Pamela DuMond brings you THE CROWN AFFAIR COLLECTION: 4 royally sexy stories about the romance between a Prince and an American Commoner. THE PRINCE’S PLAYBOOK (#1) I, Maximillian Rochartè, am Prince of Bellèno, and I do the Crown’s dirty work. The monarchy borrowed millions from oligarchs and the loans are coming due. I unearthed a billionaire who will fork over a fortune in exchange for marrying his daughter, Lady Cici, to my brother the Crown Prince. But Cici has to delay and time’s running out. I hire Vivian – an American commoner as well as Cici’s look-alike – to impersonate her for 10 days tops. I teach her how to dress like a royal, talk like a royal. We laugh, we kiss. There’s more. I can’t…But now weeks have passed and I know in the depths of my deceitful heart that I'm falling in love with Vivian. Unfortunately, my brother is too... HIS MAJESTY’S MEASURE (#2) I, Leopold Rochartè am Crown Prince of Bellèno. One day I will rule this country. One day I will inherit the throne. Today I stand in front of the Royal Cathedral not as a ruler—but a servant. I serve as my brother’s best man. I can’t fall in love love with my brother’s bride-to-be. Or can I? THE AMERICAN PRINCESS (#3) A few years ago, I was an impoverished cocktail waitress, an American commoner. Now I’m marrying gorgeous Maximillian Rochartè, the Prince of Bellèno. Or at least I’m trying to. The Archbishop claims our wedding was performed by an unlicensed priest and insists we’re not legally wed. Max must serve National Guard duty and so it falls on me, my ladies in waiting, and Leo, the Crown Prince of Bellèno -- who recently admitted he has feelings for me -- to resolve this mess before the paparazzi finds out and blows the scandal wide open. What could go wrong? THE DUCHESS’S DECISION (#4) Money hungry thieves have conspired to arrest Prince Max in an attempt to wrest the monarchy away from the House of Rochartè. Now Vivian, the Ladies, and Prince Leo travel to Sicily to uncover the truth about the conspiracy and the opportunist who lays claim to the throne. Can they spring Max from jail and stop the royal thieves before the monarchy crumbles? Vivian will finally get her HEA with the Prince of Bellèno. Will Vivian choose Prince Maximillian — the spare? Or Prince Leopold —the heir? PRAISE "Simply irresistible." Isha Coleman "Deceit, suspense, jealously, heartbreak, Love, angst—it was like reading a contemporary version of The Crown. I could not put this book down." April Symes "...heart all mushing, sexy and delightfully entertaining romantic comedy." A. Reviewer The Prince's Playbook © 2018, His Majesty's Measure © 2018, The American Princess © 2018, and The Duchess's Decision © 2018 are the sexier, re-imagined, more explicit versions of Part-time Princess ©2014, Royally Wed © 2016, Royally Wed: The Poser © 2017, and Royally Wed: The Cock-Up © 2017. Additional materials have been added. Grab. This. Gorgeous. Royal. Collection!
Imagine, Create and Sketch Your Own Fashion Designs
Author: Catherine Mong
Publisher: Ulysses Press
THE WORLD OF FASHION IS AT YOUR FINGERTIPS Are you ready to design? Color Me Couture turns the last one hundred years of high fashion into your own personal design studio. Learn about the cuts, patterns and fabrics of the world’s finest couture dresses and gowns from the most famous fashion designers...and then entirely reinvent them on your own. On one page of each spread in the book, you’ll find an elegantly finished garment inspired by fashion’s greatest icons, complete with its season, style and design notes. On the opposite page, it’s your turn to shine. Take inspiration from the original work and craft your own gorgeous couture design, complete with color and accessories. By the time you finish this book, you’ll be a fashion expert and a couture designer.
50 Days of Pondering on Gratitude with Inspirational Quotes and Coloring Designs 8x10
Author: Color Me Red Journals
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Use this journal for 50 days to help you focus more on gratitude, meditation and relaxing through color therapy. This 8x10 inch bound journal has coloring images with inspirational quotes. On the opposite side of the journal are writing prompts for you to focus on things you are grateful for that day. As well as prompts to keep you looking ahead to the next day. Use this journal as therapeutic and improving your mood as you look for the good in each day.
Category: Christian Science
Publisher: Overeaters Anonymous
Author: Jennifer Pick
This book tells the history of my illness and recovery from total organ failure. I took up digital painting when the whole ordeal was over, and my inspirations came from my life and my experiences in the healing process. It wasn't all-together unpleasant to feel mentally euphoric, until I began to see the chaos this little incident was causing. The whole event still makes the bottom of my stomach drop to the back of my throat....I know it should rise, but it drops and drops with a thud.
Migration and Belonging Before and After 9/11
Author: Caryl Phillips
Publisher: The New Press
Category: Literary Collections
The bestselling author Caryl Phillips has for years written about and explored the experience of migration through his spellbinding and award-winning novels, plays, and essays. In this fascinating collection he looks at the notion of belonging prior to and following 9/11, beginning with a reflection on his own experience as one of the only black boys in his school in the UK alongside his first interaction with a British Muslim boy who joined the school. Phillips turns to his years of living and teaching in the United States—including a riveting chronicle of the day the two towers fell—as well as historical and literary reflections with James Baldwin, Richard Wright, and other writers who grappled with notions of migration and belonging in their own day.
Author: Dee Brestin,Kathy Troccoli
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc
Counsels women on how to develop a deeper relationship with Christ as based on the first letter of John, in a volume that uses art and color as a literary theme.
Author: Georges Didi-Huberman
Black Barbers and Barber Shops in America
Author: Quincy T. Mills
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Today, black-owned barber shops play a central role in African American public life. The intimacy of commercial grooming encourages both confidentiality and camaraderie, which make the barber shop an important gathering place for African American men to talk freely. But for many years preceding and even after the Civil War, black barbers endured a measure of social stigma for perpetuating inequality: though the profession offered economic mobility to black entrepreneurs, black barbers were obliged by custom to serve an exclusively white clientele. Quincy T. Mills traces the lineage from these nineteenth-century barbers to the bustling enterprises of today, demonstrating that the livelihood offered by the service economy was crucial to the development of a black commercial sphere and the barber shop as a democratic social space. Cutting Along the Color Line chronicles the cultural history of black barber shops as businesses and civic institutions. Through several generations of barbers, Mills examines the transition from slavery to freedom in the nineteenth century, the early twentieth-century expansion of black consumerism, and the challenges of professionalization, licensing laws, and competition from white barbers. He finds that the profession played a significant though complicated role in twentieth-century racial politics: while the services of shaving and grooming were instrumental in the creation of socially acceptable black masculinity, barbering permitted the financial independence to maintain public spaces that fostered civil rights politics. This sweeping, engaging history of an iconic cultural establishment shows that black entrepreneurship was intimately linked to the struggle for equality.
Race, Nation, and the Politics of Landownership in Oklahoma, 1832-1929
Author: David A. Chang
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
The Color of the Land brings the histories of Creek Indians, African Americans, and whites in Oklahoma together into one story that explores the way races and nations were made and remade in conflicts over who would own land, who would farm it, and who would rule it. This story disrupts expected narratives of the American past, revealing how identities--race, nation, and class--took new forms in struggles over the creation of different systems of property. Conflicts were unleashed by a series of sweeping changes: the forced "removal" of the Creeks from their homeland to Oklahoma in the 1830s, the transformation of the Creeks' enslaved black population into landed black Creek citizens after the Civil War, the imposition of statehood and private landownership at the turn of the twentieth century, and the entrenchment of a sharecropping economy and white supremacy in the following decades. In struggles over land, wealth, and power, Oklahomans actively defined and redefined what it meant to be Native American, African American, or white. By telling this story, David Chang contributes to the history of racial construction and nationalism as well as to southern, western, and Native American history.