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Authentically, uniquely you : living free from comparison and the need to please

God has given you gifts so you can fulfill His purpose for your life, but if you're like a lot of people, you may not have recognized your talents yet. Start asking God to show you something special about the way He's made you. Become 'Authentically, Uniquely You' because God is never going to help you be anyone but yourself. He loves you just as you are. Let God use you, with all your strengths and weaknesses, and transform you from the inside out to do something powerful beyond your wildest dreams.

Baby, unplugged : one mother's search for balance, reason, and sanity in the digital age

Combining a journalist's investigative eye with her unborn second child as an experimental guinea pig, Baby, Unplugged draws on Sophie Brickman's own experiences as a journalist and parent to try to discover what aspects of technology are actually helpful, which are making us crazy, and most importantly, how we might learn to trust ourselves and our instincts again when it comes to raising children

The Royal Society : and the invention of modern science

Historian Adrian Tinniswood recounts the founding and history of the Royal Society, created and devoted to advancing knowledge through experimentation. The 8,000 fellows elected to the Society since its founding in London in 1662 include all of the scientific leading lights of the last four centuries, including Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Tim Berners-Lee, and Stephen Hawking

Fault lines : a novel

Combining the incisive intimacy of Sally Rooney with the sharp wit of Helen Fielding, a compulsively readable and astonishingly relatable debut novel about marriage, motherhood, love, self and the vibrant, surprising city that is modern Tokyo.

The singing forest

In attempting to bring a suspected war criminal to justice, a Toronto lawyer wrestles with power, accountability, and her Jewish identity. Lyrical and wrenching by turns, 'The Singing Forest' is a profound investigation of memory, truth, and the stories that tell us who we are.

Realistic origami animals : 32 amazing paper models from a Japanese master

Create miniature versions of your favorite creatures!

Realistic Origami Animals shows you how to create 32 exquisite paper animals designed by renowned origami master, Fumiaki Kawahata. This diverse collection features many unusual models that will bring your origami skills to the next level and help you to explore the endless possibilities of paper folding.

Where tomorrows aren't promised : a memoir

From iconic NBA All-Star Carmelo Anthony comes a raw and inspirational memoir about growing up in the housing projects of Red Hook and Baltimore--a brutal world Where Tomorrows Aren't Promised .

For a long time, Carmelo Anthony's world wasn't any larger than the view of the hoopers and hustlers he watched from the side window of his family's first-floor project apartment in Red Hook, Brooklyn. He couldn't dream any bigger than emulating his older brothers and cousin, much less going on to become a basketball champion on the world stage.

Sidecountry : tales of death and life from the back roads of sports

Breathtaking tales of climbers and hunters, runners and racers, winners and losers by the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter.

New York Times reporter John Branch's riveting, humane pieces about ordinary people doing extraordinary things at the edges of the sporting world have won nearly every major journalism prize. Sidecountry gathers the best of Branch's work for the first time, featuring 20 of his favorites from the more than 2,000 pieces he has published in the paper.