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A Solemn Pleasure

by Sheila M. Trask

From grief to daily rituals to the shape of a dachshund, Pritchard insightfully connects the most obscure of subjects to reveal gems of truth about the human experience. The wide range of topics Melissa Pritchard addresses in her essay... Read More

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Story by Story

by Kristine Morris

Chace understands the needs of children and all those concerned with providing them with meaningful learning and interpersonal experiences. There’s no doubt about it, stories are powerful. Teachers, librarians, storytellers, church... Read More

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Spanish Fluency

by Kristine Morris

Nus takes the stress out of learning with easy and fun language activities. Learning Spanish, one of the world’s most beautiful and commonly spoken languages, becomes easy and fun with Spanish Fluency: Twin Words and Essential... Read More

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Termcraft

by Anna Call

Lambert delves deeply into the history of linguistics with this book, the captivating result of thorough research. The most fascinating part of ancient history is not the storied wars of conquest, but the remarkable development of the... Read More

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Luif

by Laura Munion

“We need a universal language … A universal language cannot be made by spreading one of the current languages … It can properly be established with only a new language, unconnected with any particular nation.” Tan Kheng Yeang has... Read More

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