Let New York Times bestselling author Judith McNaught who “is in a class by herself” (USA TODAY) sweep you off your feet and into another time with her sensual, passionate, and spellbinding historical romance classics, featuring her “unique magic” (RT Book Reviews)—now available for the first time on ebook. “Judith McNaught not only spins dreams but makes them come true” (RT Book Reviews) in this sensual and moving tale of a tempestuous marriage facing its ultimate test. Alexandra Lawrence, an innocent country girl, and Jordan Townsende, the rich and powerful Duke of Hawthorne, have always had a stormy relationship. But when she is swept into the endlessly fascinating world of London society, free-spirited Alexandra becomes ensnared in a tangled web of jealousy, revenge, and overwhelming passion. But behind her husband’s cold, haughty mask, there lives a tender, vital, sensual man...the man Alexandra married. Now, she will fight for his very life and the rapturous bond they alone can share.
Genre: Fiction, Editor: Simon and Schuster, Pages: 448 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781501145544


A revelatory portrait of the creative partnership that transformed musical theater and provided the soundtrack to the American Century They stand at the apex of the great age of songwriting, the creators of the classic Broadway musicals Oklahoma!, Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I, and The Sound of Music, whose songs have never lost their popularity or emotional power. Even before they joined forces, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II had written dozens of Broadway shows, but together they pioneered a new art form: the serious musical play. Their songs and dance numbers served to advance the drama and reveal character, a sharp break from the past and the template on which all future musicals would be built. Though different in personality and often emotionally distant from each other, Rodgers and Hammerstein presented an unbroken front to the world and forged much more than a songwriting team; their partnership was also one of the most profitable and powerful entertainment businesses of their era. They were cultural powerhouses whose work came to define postwar America on stage, screen, television, and radio. But they also had their failures and flops, and more than once they feared they had lost their touch. Todd S. Purdum’s portrait of these two men, their creative process, and their groundbreaking innovations will captivate lovers of musical theater, lovers of the classic American songbook, and young lovers wherever they are. He shows that what Rodgers and Hammerstein wrought was truly something wonderful.
Genre: Performing Arts, Editor: Henry Holt and Company, Pages: 400 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781627798358


A Most Anticipated Book of August at The Millions From the Winner of the BBC National Short Story Award “Jo Lloyd has drawn out all the intensity and latent power of short fiction. . . . A major talent.” —Hilary Mantel “Her sentences could rouse the dead (and do, in this excellent book).” —Karen Russell In Something Wonderful, prize-winning author Jo Lloyd has crafted nine stories that delight in language and shine with wit, wisdom, and deep humanity. Whether seeking knowledge, riches, or a better life, the characters in this debut collection are united by a quest for lasting value, as they ask how we should treat our world, our work, our selves, and each other in both past and present. A vainglorious mine owner dreams of harnessing all of nature to the machinery of commerce. Two women hunt rare butterflies in a pre-First World War landscape already experiencing the first bites of biodiversity loss. A young man tracks down the father who abandoned him inside a festival exhibit. A rural Welsh community is fascinated and angered by glimpses of its invisible, wealthy neighbors. Clear-sighted and lyrical, compassionate, and full of truth, Something Wonderful from Jo Lloyd, winner of the BBC National Short Story Award, announces a remarkable new voice with a sensibility all her own.
Genre: Fiction, Editor: Tin House Books, Pages: in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781951142803


Sam likes to pull things apart and put them back together, and think about how things work. But he is sometimes so busy doing this, he forgets his chores on the family farm. Then one day inspiration strikes, and he creates something truly wonderful.
Genre: Juvenile Fiction, Editor: Random House Australia, Pages: 34 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780143506669


Be Something Wonderful(R) is your aha moment. It's that flash of insight, spark of curiosity, jolt of energy, and overwhelming sensation that your life is about to take a momentous and amazing turn toward the completion of your dreams.In his powerful, concise and fun style, Tom Kearin invites you on an inspiring, delightful journey-introducing you to the message, mission and magic of Be Something Wonderful. You will experience the magnitude of having a life changing spiritual shift leading up to your momentous aha moment and inevitable jump into your true path and divine calling. You will get a glimpse of the fascinating world of quantum physics and its connection with the divine, creative energy of the universe.You will learn about the Dare To Be It(TM) Code, the empowering key to your innate and genuine greatness. The Code is presented in a simple, easy to digest format with each letter of Dare to be it representing a core principal followed by thought-provoking, practical exercise ideas to tap into your God-given abilities to be the best version of yourself. No matter your age, career path, religious beliefs, economic situation or where you are in your life at this very moment, Be Something Wonderful When suddenly you want to be more carries an uplifting, contagious, and magical energy that will bring you pure joy-putting a smile on your face and inspiring you to expand beyond your current world. Be Something Wonderful(R) is simply irresistible!
Genre: , Editor: , Pages: 138 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 165048139X


He took her from all she had ever known, asked her to trust him when she most needed someone to trust, and she followed with her heart, unaware he carried a dark secret that could tear them apart . . . . When a stranger, a golden knight who is one of the king's barons, comes to Glenna Gordon's isolated island farm, she learns her whole life has been a lie. Lyall Roberston, Baron Montrose, carries a secret royal order to take Glenna to the father she has never known, a man so powerful he has hidden his daughter away to protect her from his enemies. Raised in seclusion for her own safety, with no knowledge of who she really is, Glenna has become strong and self-reliant, someone who is unused to being ordered about. But Lyall doesn't have time to deal with one headstrong woman. He has a single, all-consuming goal: to win back his family lands lost when his father was declared a traitor. As they ride across the wild hills and valleys of Norman Scotland, a land filled with unexpected danger and treachery, they are swept into a forbidden love, one as dangerous as the enemies pursuing them. But Lyall is tortured by a dark past and a secret that threatens their love, and soon, Glenna must face the truth: that her heart as well as her life is at risk.
Genre: Fiction, Editor: Bell Bridge Books, Pages: 442 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780983180456


This handy workbook offers exercises in positive thinking combined with a simple yet effective breathing method. Its eight chapters offer exercises designed for specific purposes, such as overturning unwelcome circumstances, praising and encouraging ourselves, honoring other people and nationalities, and expressing gratitude to nature. Additional examples of positive words and expressions are provided in four useful appendices.
Genre: Self-Help, Editor: Lulu Press, Inc, Pages: 213 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781304586568


This retelling of the Easter story is for kids to read by themselves, with friends, with family, or with a teacher to learn about God's love in Christ Jesus.
Genre: , Editor: , Pages: 16 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 0570055423


It's painful when children lose their pets, and The End of Something Wonderful helps them handle their feelings when they can't find the right words. In a warm, understanding, sometimes funny way, it explains how to plan a backyard funeral to say goodbye, from choosing a box and a burial spot to giving a eulogy. Most of all, it reassures kids that it's not the end of everything . . . and that Something Wonderful can happen again.
Genre: , Editor: Sterling Children's Books, Pages: 32 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 1454932112


This educational and interactive picture book immerses the reader in the strange and interwoven lifecycles of a tropical fig tree in the rainforest, and the tiny insects and colorful creatures that call it home. Following the growth of a seed dropped into the canopy of a rainforest tree by a flying toucan, Something Wonderful teaches the interdependence of rainforest ecology in an easy-to-follow, captivating story. Flip the beautifully illustrated pages and experience the journey of the fig seedling making roots and leaves, growing strong, eventually replacing the giant tree that was its host, making figs, attracting pollinators, and developing its life-giving seeds.Something Wonderful happens next. The delectable fig fruit is hungrily eaten by a passing toucan who, upon flight, aimlessly drops a seed from its poop into the treetops below, beginning the fig's lifecycle once again. Discover additional scientific information about the pollination process, insects, and animals found in the story in an illustrated section at the end of the book. Readers can play a "seek and find" game of locating the elusive red-eyed tree frog on each page of the story. Take a journey, from the tiny to the grand, while making your way through the tropical rainforest on the path to uncover Something Wonderful...
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction, Editor: Pacific Street Publishing, Pages: 48 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 0999896016