Cambridge 11

'Lost in Liberia' is a story of twins who become separated from their parents in a war-torn African territory. The children face a series of adventures which challenge their courage, help arrives in the form of a Liberian girl who joins them in their efforts to find their parents.

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Weybridge

Includes 75 period photographs from The Francis Frith Collection with captions and an introduction. This work includes historic Ordnance Survey and Victorian county maps. It is suitable for tourists, local historians and general readers.

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Breath Sweeps Mind

A simple, accessible guide to the ancient art of meditation, this new Tricycle Book answers every reader's most basic questions: What is meditation? Why meditate? and How does one meditate?As a method for reducing stress, meditation has recently become a mainstream phenomenon in American culture. This insightful collection of teachings includes everything from the timeless wisdom of the Buddha to the Zen simplicity of Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat...

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365 Jours Zen

The story of the 80-year-old Catholic priest who sheds tears his first time meditating; the parable of potatoes that are best cleaned by being rubbed against each other; the koan about the sound of one hand--in 365 Zen, Jean Smith mines the now vast body of English language Zen literature, plucking out gems for appreciative handling. Laid out for daily contemplation, each passage is less than a page in length, and although short enough...

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Roary Revisited

This is an account of a rural childhood in North Devon at the end of the Second World War. It is recounted with humour, irony and a little pathos. Though the family was poor by today's standards, they were rich in humour and the pleasures of a truly rural, simplistic way of life. An overcrowded thatched cottage (that nearly caught fire one Guy Fawkes night) didn't deter the Plymouth relatives from periodically descending upon them. You will get...

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