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Would love something like this of the kids but maybe a little less moody...they're moody enough already!

#Book Review of #TheBookofSecretWisdom from #ReadersFavorite - https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/the-book-of-secret-wisdom Reviewed by Roy T. James for Readers' Favorite The Book of Secret Wisdom by Zinovia Dushkova is a translation of the most ancient book of our time, known as the Book of Dzyan — a Tibetan name meaning the Book of Secret Wisdom. This book, which is from the beginnings of the evolution of present humanity, starts with The Genesis of Divine Love, in which the gods'…

Everyone loves Mad Libs, and this special Valentine edition is simply divine! Mad Libs In Love consists of lovingly funny poems and short stories on each page with several words replaced with blanks. Beneath each blank is specified a part of speech or other category, such as "boys name" or "adverb". The reader asks others to contribute some word for each blank. When the completed story is read aloud, the result is usually a hilarious tale that no one saw coming!

Judge this book by it's cover, because it is as adorable as the classy ladies on the front!

The Crowning Glory of Calla Lilly Ponder, by Rebecca Wells

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Badass Bond Girls, From ‘Dr. No’ to ‘Spectre’

Jane Seymour as Solitaire in Live and Let Die, 1973 As the youngest bond girl ever — she was only 22 years old — Seymour played an enchanting psychic and Tarot card reader, aptly named Solitaire, whose abilities are mysteriously lost when she loses her virginity to James Bond. Yeah, just go with it.

SUMMARY OF SURAH 'YUSUF PART:1 The anecdote of Sayyidunā Yūsuf Alaihis'salam has been titled as ‘Ahsan-ul-Qasas’ meaning ‘the best of the anecdotes’ among other anecdotes by Almighty Allah Azzawajal. The reason for this distinction is that the holy life of Sayyidunā Yūsuf Alaihis'salam, in its highs and lows, contains pain and happiness, as well as sorrow and tranquillity. Every single event contains many lessons and guidance in its threshold. We are writing the summary of this…

The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, by Rebecca Wells. I reread this book fairly regularly. Hidden amongst some terrible "religion" (and, warning: language may offend) are nuggets of truth, poignantly told. Great dialogue and description, good stories, and wonderful characters. Take me to Louisiana and feed me some crayfish gumbo, please.