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              The Turning of the Tide
                

              The Turning of the Tide (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Dixon, A. B.

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              Serious French Canadian Mr. Richardieux and spiteful though lively British Lady Aubrey Kingston appear an unlikely match in Ottawa on the eve of the First World War. Their aristocratic relationship will be tried as Canada is torn apart by its two families in the young dominion's ...struggle to attain nationhood on the plains of its forefathers.
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              ISBN 9780228838678
              Released NZ 18 Nov 2020
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              The Resting Traveller: Into The Forest
                

              The Resting Traveller: Into The Forest (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Rae, Stacie

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              The Resting Traveller beautifully weaves together a journey of identity that begins with suffering and death, yet becomes healing and life--all while walking within a mystical forest. With transparency as the bedrock of this book, you will find yourself being led by artistic brea...dcrumbs to the discovery of your own true nature, seeing sorrow not as something to be avoided; but to be handled and used as nourishment for the journey. The nature of this book is not to hammer a theology within a mold of its own, nor is it written to teach a lesson from a specific belief--there are far too many books within those boxes. Instead, this artistry is designed to be an awakening to the amnesia the heart can fall to--the forgetfulness of one's true identity. Be welcomed today as you enter, Into The Forest.
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              ISBN 9781775117414
              Released NZ 12 Apr 2018
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              Gramma Betty Books: Where Is Gramma Betty?
                

              Gramma Betty Books: Where Is Gramma Betty? (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Amelia, Betty a.

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              Gramma Betty is a lively senior citizen who will try just about anything. She teaches us how to engage in life in the golden years. She is sweet and kind and sometimes so funny. In fact, most of the time, Gramma Betty doesn't realize how funny she truly is! She is devoted to her ...family and wouldn't miss a game, recital or event. She is the family's biggest cheerleader. Enjoy Gramma Betty and beloved family sidekicks Bosco, Cujo, Big Louie and Jazzy, as Gramma Betty shows you how to live life with love and enthusiasm! Gramma Betty, Betty Jenner, is a beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She is a retired nurse who resides in Chatham, Ontario, surrounded by her family. Since retiring at age 60, Gramma Betty leads a full and active life. She is an inspiration to all who know her. She loves big and embraces life to the fullest. She continues to thrive at 89.
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              ISBN 9780228802730
              Released NZ 3 Dec 2019
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              Success Journal: The Ultimate BLUEPRINT TO SUCCESS
                

              Success Journal: The Ultimate BLUEPRINT TO SUCCESS (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Hadi, Shafique

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              We have all heard the saying time is money , and that's just it. Managing your time and productivity is a must, but not enough. You need a blueprint. You need a specific strategy and guide that you can apply to your everyday life. Success journal is the missing key to your succes...s. The bridge to the other side. Thousands have used it to re-form their life to be more fulfilling and more successful. Now, it's your turn. Welcome to your new life... Success journal is designed to: - Increase productivity - Improve your way of life - Simplify your goals - Help you succeed in any field - Change the way you think - Ensure you dominate any goal ... and much more! What if the moment you picked up this book, you imagined your dreams become a reality? Join the others and use success journal to change your life forever. Definitely the greatest planner l've ever used. I find l'm far more productive in my day and it's really great to reflect on my week and see where i can improve. Highly recommend for successful individuals and those that want to be. - C. wise - Entrepreneur Managing all my businesses and still being a top realtor in my city has got a lot easier after using this journal - S. Sharma- realtor I've been using this journal for ages to keep me motivated, manage and own my day and keep upgrading my goals - M. Meharu - Athlete This journal is a game changer and is essential in my day to day planning - T. Roland - Sales Manager
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              ISBN 9780228826064
              Released NZ 24 Mar 2020
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              Obsidian Mine
                

              Obsidian Mine (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Bailey, Karen

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              Seven children are ripped from their home in the middle of the night - for laboratory experiments. She loses her mother to the insanity of her once beloved father, who destroyed her once happy home. Her mother sacrifices everything for the mysterious children locked in a lab, vow...ing to return them home. Jennifer promises her mother she will free them and bring them home, leaving her young life behind assuming responsibility for her newfound family and her sister. When danger lurks, and she cannot make the meeting to reunite the children with their mysterious leader, she leaves a hint hoping he will understand. Children of Rashwa , the realm of Vampire and Were-creature, are taken one night, including the new king Nevar's son. Vowing to reclaim them he sets out to find the children with his two best friends. Time is ticking. He must find his son Kyle, the eldest of the children, before he completes the change from childhood to manhood. If he does not reach his son in time, the change will not be fulfilled, and Kyle will perish. Nevar, Bernard and Reece search the globe before finding a wounded Jennifer and helping her back to health, discovering she is not only the key to Nevar's heart but also the key to finding the children.
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              ISBN 9780228835158
              Released NZ 20 Nov 2020
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              Series Rashwa
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              Jesus My Friend
                

              Jesus My Friend (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Inzerillo, Kristina; Illustrated by Inzerillo, Joe

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              How do you introduce a child to the goodness of Jesus? This book helps begin your little one's spiritual journey to Christ by teaching them about the friendship and joy they can find in Him. As we seek Christ in our daily lives, this book can be a sweet and simple reminder that w...e are just as important to Him as He is to us and that as we seek Him, He also seeks us.
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              ISBN 9781734073508
              Released NZ 29 Oct 2019
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              Jasmin
                

              Jasmin (Hardback)

              By Allaby, Karin

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              As a white blossom unfolds in the shade, so a young girl with a floral name, Jasmin emerges unscathed by the overshadowing drama of WWII. The American soldiers patrolling the suburban streets in Germany, address the child as Blondie while giving goodies to her. Jasmin, now a teen...ager, spends her apprenticeship years in the Rhine river valley where the famous Riesling grapes are harvested. In her fairytale mindset, faith becomes a reality. She moves to England to learn English in a first-class establishment. Jasmin encounters two suitors, one aeronautical engineering student and one accomplished lawyer, who writes amazing love letters; whom will she choose?
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              ISBN 9781773024868
              Released NZ 30 Dec 2016
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              Series Three Sisters
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              When Concord was King!: The origins and intriguing life of Ontario's native grape and wine industry
                

              When Concord was King!: The origins and intriguing life of Ontario's native grape and wine industry (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Warren, Jim

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              The beginnings of a wine industry in Eastern Canada are rooted in mystery. Why did imported European vinifera grapes, not indigenous here, prove impossible to grow for more than 300 years? What were our original winemaking grapes and where and when did they originate? Who were ou...r first winemakers and what kinds of wines did they produce? What inspired them to start their wineries just when the Temperance movement was gaining strength and threatening the prohibition of all alcohol sales in Ontario? When Prohibition finally arrived how did our wineries manage to carry on and how did the industry continue to survive the challenges of government control, the Depression, and World War II? After researching the early history of our native wine industry I have written this book to answer such questions and set the record straight about an industry that had shrunk from over 50 wineries in the 1920's to just 7 in the early 1970's producing much-maligned wine essentially from one grape, the infamous Concord. At this time the successful planting of 'new' grapes, numerous French Hybrid and Vinifera varieties, would see our native grapes begin to vanish and soon, along with them, the historical wines that could no longer be produced.
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              ISBN 9781773709918
              Released NZ 11 Apr 2018
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              The Japanese Pilot: A New Beginning
                

              The Japanese Pilot: A New Beginning (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Burley, Robert Edward

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              Shinzo Watanabe, a Japanese fighter pilot, comes to bomb the city of Darwin during World War 2. When his zero is shot down by anti-aircraft fire, he manages to fly until the plane crashes. Shinzo is able to parachute to safety in North Queensland. When he is picked up by a farmer..., Trevor Flanagan, he is taken home and fed, and treated very well by the Flanagan family. He is given work to do by Col Flanagan. Shinzo adapts quickly to farming life in Australia and eventually meets, courts and marries Gerty, the Flanagan's lovely young niece. Col has been banking wages for Shinzo at two pounds a week since 1942, so by 1947, when he sees a service station for sale in Greenvale, Shinzo has enough to buy it for his wife and their child. Trouble looms for the young family when the immigration department discovers how Shinzo entered Australia back in 1942, and directs him to attend a hearing in Rockhampton to show why he should or should not be deported. The hearing and the unfolding drama leaves Shinzo and Gerty wondering if their wonderful new life at the Halfway Service Centre will be cut short or not.
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              ISBN 9780228830597
              Released NZ 3 Jun 2020
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              The What, The Why, The How of Corporate Governance
                

              The What, The Why, The How of Corporate Governance (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Gray, Kerry D.

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              If you're reading this introduction, I can only assume you're thinking of joining the world of corporate governance or wondering if your organization's governance practices are providing maximum value. Perhaps you've been asked to join a board on one of the over two million non-p...rofit organizations. Perhaps you're considering letting your name stand for election to a cooperative or a publicly traded for-profit corporation. Alternatively, you've worked hard and climbed the corporate ladder and are moving into a position that involves the executive suite, with governance responsibilities and direct contact with a board of directors. Regardless of how you arrived at this junction, it's flattering, exciting and an opportunity to make a positive impact or a significant difference, but it's also a serious responsibility. Some issues to consider include: understanding the purpose and importance of corporate governance, your role, responsibilities, and legal obligations. In addition, you're likely asking yourself, Do I have the knowledge or experience in the skills needed, such as strategic planning, budgeting, financial and management accounting, internal controls, performance management, organizational culture and general management knowledge or business acumen? In today's environment, the position of a board member or member of the executive suite requires knowledge in multiple disciplines. The information provided here will provide a solid base on which your organization can gauge their current Corporate Governance practices, or if you're just beginning your excursion into this world it will get you off to a great start and allow you to hit the ground running with confidence.
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              ISBN 9780228821083
              Released NZ 3 Jun 2020
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