• Mind, Body, Spirit
      August 2012

      The Art of Making Love

      His & Her Secrets

      by Horner, Christine

      It is through the mind, the body, and then the letting go of the mind and the body that we reconnect with Spirit, the three merging as the One. A few come to know the Secrets in later years, many never at all. What if you knew these Secrets no

    • Poetry
      October 2013

      The Gift

      Revelations from the Heart

      by Horner, Christine

      It is in your darkest moments that you discover a candle burning brightly within, illuminating your way. If you sit quietly, you realize that the Universe is speaking to you; your sacred, two-way dialogue the breath of life. As humanity's Gran

    • Mind, Body, Spirit
      January 2013

      What Is God?

      Rolling Back the Veil

      by Horner, Christine

      Thousands of years into human history, though we’ve advanced technologically as a species, very little has been resolved in regard to humanity’s existential dilemmas . . . UNTIL NOW. Something m

    • Mind, Body, Spirit
      June 2015

      Awakening Leadership

      Embracing Mindfulness, Your Life’s Purpose, and the Leader You Were Born to Be

      by Horner, Christine

      Human advancement requires the realization that each one of us has an essential role to fulfill to lead humanity into a new era of true equality and prosperity. In Awakening Leadership, Horner describes how mindfulness connects us to the Unified

    • Children's & young adult fiction & true stories
      September 2015

      Wondrous Willow

      by Horner, Christine

      ONCE THERE WAS AN AUSPICIOUS LITTLE BUTTERFLY who lived on the side of a very steep mountain. How Willow had come to be born on the side of this particular mountain was a great mystery to her. Yet, she felt sure it was for a very special reaso

    • Mind, Body, Spirit: thought & practice
      November 2015

      The Truth the World Doesn't Want You to Know

      by Burt Harding

      The Four Stages of Awakening: Stage One is known as the average human consciousness that is oblivious to its true essence. This is the belief in being a separate person–the cause of all human suffering. Stage Two is the seeking stage where one as

    • January 2018

      Ink Rubbings from Stone Inscriptions

      by Suzhou Garden Archives

      The Lingering Garden has a lot of fine specimen of calligraphy.Many of them, which date back to hundred years ago, are included in this book. With the help of this book, readers could have a better understanding of the collection in the Lingering Garde

    • Humanities & Social Sciences

      Ink Sticks with Carved Landscapes of the Imperial Garden

      by Zhu Liangjian

      This book aims to combine the 29 scenes of the Imperial Garden with the ink sticks made by Hu Tianzhu, who is a famous Ink Person, and gives a vivid introduction with illustrations to the scenes of the Imperial Garden carved on the ink sticks. It’s th

    • The Garden of Eros

      One Story a Week

      by Chen Jiafei

      Oscar Wilde's beloved tale tells the story of the selfish giant who built a wall around his beautiful garden to keep children out. It was always winter in the garden, for no other season would venture there. Then one morning, a special child brought sp

    • Garden design & planning
      January 2010

      THE GARDEN PLANNER

      Innovative designs for small spaces

      by Peter G. McHoy

      CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE BOOK IN DIGITAL FORM

    • Garden design & planning
      March 2008

      THE LOW-WATER NO-WATER GARDEN

      by Pattie Barron

    • Garden design & planning
      July 2008

      THE VISUAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF GARDEN PLANTS

      by Andrew Mikolajski

    • Garden design & planning
      May 2010

      The Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of 1001 Garden Questions Answered

      Expert solutions to everyday gardening dilemmas, with an easy-to-follow directory and over 700 colour photographs

      by Andrew Mikolajski

      This easy-to-read gardening companion will help to demystify some of the common problems gardeners face, offering explanations and solutions that are easy to put into practice. From general queries that require large-scale planning, such as how to decide

    • Garden design & planning
      March 2011

      The Japanese Garden

      An inspirational visual reference to a classic garden style, beautifully illustrated with over 80 stunning photographs

      by Charles Chesshire

      In this wonderful book you will find a distillation of everything you need to know about one of the most enduring forms of landscape gardening. An introduction examines the ancient influences that have brought this type of landscape gardening into the 21s

    • Garden design & planning
      July 2011

      How to Attract Wildlife & Birds Into the Garden

      A practical gardener

      by Christine Lavelle, Michael Lavelle Dr Jen Green

      One of the most enjoyable aspects of creating and maintaining a garden lies in the feeling of closeness to nature. Now, with this new book box set, you can encourage hidden birds, animal and insects to proliferate in your very own back garden. These two b

    • Garden design & planning
      September 2011

      THE PRACTICAL GARDEN LIBRARY

      Planning

      by Peter McHoy, Jonathan Edwards, Andrew Mikolajski Richard Bird

      THE PRACTICAL GARDEN LIBRARY FOUR STEP-BY-STEP HANDBOOKS Planning

    • Garden design & planning
      April 2013

      USING COLOUR IN THE GARDEN

      How to create a garden with glorious colour in every season, with 130 photographs

      by Jackie Matthews

      As the year progresses, different types of plant come into their own. Bulbs begin to open in spring, hardy perennials make stunning statements in summer, foliage turns golden in autumn, and shrubs provide interest during the winter months. Discovering whi

    • Garden design & planning
      June 2013

      SCENT IN THE GARDEN

      Create a fragrant paradise to enjoy throughout the year, shown in 100 stunning photographs

      by Andrew Mikolajski

      Smell is one of the most powerful of our senses, and a glorious garden filled with subtle or intoxicating fragrances can affect our mood and wellbeing. This invaluable handbook describes the myriad plants that have scented qualities, whether it is in thei

    • Nature, the natural world (Children's/YA)

      The Secret Life of Garden Animals

      by Bernard Stonehouse

      Artist John Francis and writer Dr Bernard Stonehouse turn their talents to an exciting new series, concentrating on familiar European animals which are portrayed in large-image close-up and as smaller step-by-step drawings detailing a host of int

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