0
Your cart

Your cart is empty

Browse All departments
  • All departments
Price
Status
Brand

Showing 1 - 25 of 36 matches in All departments

Visual Journaling - Going Deeper Than Words (Paperback, Quest ed): Barbara Ganim, Susan Fox Visual Journaling - Going Deeper Than Words (Paperback, Quest ed)
Barbara Ganim, Susan Fox
R565 R471 Discovery Miles 4 710 Save R94 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This guide to visual journaling takes readers through a six-week course of exercises and interpretative activities to help them develop a lifelong practice that will reduce stress, anger, fear, resolve conflicts and overcome obstacles.

Advancing Socio-grammatical Variation and Change - In Honour of Jenny Cheshire (Hardcover): Karen V. Beaman, Isabelle... Advancing Socio-grammatical Variation and Change - In Honour of Jenny Cheshire (Hardcover)
Karen V. Beaman, Isabelle Buchstaller, Susan Fox, James A. Walker
R3,104 Discovery Miles 31 040 Ships in 10 - 20 working days

This groundbreaking collection showcases Jenny Cheshire's influential work in bringing greater attention to quantitative analysis of socio-grammatical variation and builds upon her contributions with new lines of inquiry pushing sociolinguistic research forward. Featuring contributions from leading experts in the field, the volume is structured in six parts with a particular focus on syntactic, morpho-syntactic, and discourse-pragmatic variation and change, each section turning a lens on a different aspect of socio-grammatical variation. The first sections of the volume focus on the role of structure, its relevance for sociolinguistic production and perception and the impact of social structure on formal structure. Two sections look at the interface of variationist research with other aspects of linguistic research, including generative syntax and discourse-pragmatic features. The final sections consider the importance of integrating broader external factors in socio-grammatical variation, exploring the impact of interactional pressures in the sociolinguistic environment and the role of multi-ethnic contact varieties. Taken together, this volume demonstrates the critical role of socio-grammatical variation in our understanding of language change as a holistic process.

The Coma Whisperer - The non-medical, self help, stress management book for women uses hypnosis to reduce stress and... The Coma Whisperer - The non-medical, self help, stress management book for women uses hypnosis to reduce stress and communicate with a loved one suffering from TBI and coma (Paperback)
Susan Fox
R268 Discovery Miles 2 680 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Four Seasons of Roses - Monthly Guide to Rose Care (Paperback): Susan Fox Four Seasons of Roses - Monthly Guide to Rose Care (Paperback)
Susan Fox
R250 Discovery Miles 2 500 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Four Seasons of Roses 2014 Monthly Guide to Rose Care is a monthly outline of what-to-do to establish and maintain a beautiful rose garden. This planner is also a journal that has space for notes so you can record what is going on in your garden to establish your garden history, or just pause to reflect thoughts or roses you may want to buy next year. The graphics are original photography of roses planted, grown and photographed by Susan Fox. This garden planner is suitable as a keepsake for you to reflect back on what you have learned each year in your rose garden.

Little Women of Baghlan - The Story of a Nursing School for Girls in Afghanistan, the Peace Corps, and Life Before the Taliban... Little Women of Baghlan - The Story of a Nursing School for Girls in Afghanistan, the Peace Corps, and Life Before the Taliban (Paperback)
Susan Fox
R338 Discovery Miles 3 380 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Little Women of Baghlan is the true account of an ordinary young woman who answers the call to service and adventure during an extraordinary time in world history. Her story rivals the excitement, intrigue, and suspense of any novel, unfolding against the backdrop of changing social mores, the Cold War, the Peace Corps, and a country at the crossroads of China, Russia, India, Pakistan, and Iran. When John F. Kennedy, delivers a speech in the Senate Chambers on a hot July day in 1957, a young girl named Joanne Carter listens from the Senate gallery. Ten years later Kennedy has been assassinated and America is mired in the Vietnam War. Jo remembers Kennedy's words and is inspired to join the Peace Corps. She flies into Afghanistan on March 21, 1968. From her plane window, the Hindu Kush Mountains appear desolate and barren, not unlike the surface of the moon. On the ground, Kabul explodes into color and sound. Taxis honk. Busses spew diesel fumes, sharing traffic lanes with donkeys and camels. The air is infused with the aroma of wool, dust, and dung. As the Volunteers tour the Blue Mosque in Mazar-e Sharif, three Russian MIGS buzz the courtyard, foreshadowing the Soviet invasion of 1989. With co-workers Nan and Mary, Jo starts a school of nursing for Afghan girls. The students are almost non-literate. The hospital lacks equipment, trained doctors, and a reliable source of water. Babies routinely expire from poor delivery practices. On Christmas Eve 1968, Jo walks the frozen mud streets of Baghlan. Overhead, the Apollo 8 astronauts orbit the moon. In January, the women travel on vacation to India, prompting the Peace Corps director in Kabul to dub them the "Little Women of Baghlan." They make a stop at Peshawar Air Base in Pakistan, and Jo attracts the attention of a handsome, charismatic airman. When they return, Jo reflects on the paradox that is Afghanistan. The Afghans are mired in poverty, yet generous to the point of embarrassment. The men are welcoming and solicitous of the Volunteers, yet capable of turning a blind eye to the suffering of their wives, daughters, and sisters. The climate is harsh and unforgiving; the Hindu Kush starkly beautiful. During her two-year deployment, Jo fills the pages of a small, compact diary, never dreaming her tiny handwriting will eventually become a significant historical account. Nearly a half century later, her journal is a bittersweet reminder of a country that has since vanished-a country on the brink of becoming a modern nation, moving toward the recognition of women's rights. The Volunteers live in safety. They celebrate the end of the holy month of Ramadan and Eid-al-Fitr with their Afghan hosts; the Muslims bring a Christmas tree to their American guests. The Peace Corps workers are long gone, replaced by Soviet troops in 1979, mujahideen fighters ten years later, the Taliban in 1996, and the United States military in 2001, joined by NATO forces in 2003. Afghanistan is no longer the name of a country, it is the name of a war. The country Jo once called home has been buried under layers of recent history, and there is little evidence to suggest that such a time or place ever existed.

Impact of Air Pollutants on Southern Pine Forests (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1996): Susan Fox,... Impact of Air Pollutants on Southern Pine Forests (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1996)
Susan Fox, Robert A. Mickler
R3,548 Discovery Miles 35 480 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The public's attitude toward air pollution in the United States evolved substantially during the 1960s. One of the results of the nation's emerging environmental ethic was the creation of the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in December of 1970. Prior to this time, research was focused on the impacts of air pollution on human health and welfare and was largely conducted by several federal research agencies, which included the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; and the U. S. Department of Agricul ture. After the creation of the EPA, much of this work was consolidated in one regulatory agency, which resulted in periodic evaluations of the various effects of atmospheric pollution on human health, materials, agriculture, and forest ecosystems. At the same time that environmental interest was growing in the United States, concern increased in the European scientific community and public over the ecological impacts of acidic deposition. As the magnitude of the damage to European lakes and streams and the widespread decline in Norway spruce and silver fir was reported, concern that similar problems were occurring in the United States increased substantially. This concern was heightened by press reports of high elevation spruce-fir forest declines in the Adirondack and Appalachian Mountains and the decline and death of sugar maples in the northeastern United States and Canada.

Girl Lost - Finding Your Voice Through Eating Disorder Recovery (Paperback): Chantal Lily Girl Lost - Finding Your Voice Through Eating Disorder Recovery (Paperback)
Chantal Lily; Edited by Susan Fox, Cynthia Hilton
R212 Discovery Miles 2 120 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

If you are a parent - Girl Lost is an excellent primer on the basics of your child's eating disorder. It gives you invaluable insight into your child's internal battle and into the eating disorder she is battling. It is vital you understand the dynamics going on between her and the illness so you can confront the eating disorder thinking and behavior. This life and death information will empower you so you can help her get better. The other reason this book is for you, the parent; is it is like a letter you can give your child about what she is experiencing. It is written specifically to her by an objective person; so she may be more open if she has reacted defensively with you who most love her. Girl Lost will help her be more objective about her illness because she is learning it is not her fault. It will also show her the eating disorder is not just about whether or not she will attend an appointment but how she wants to live the rest of her life. If you are a professional - I always wished I'd had something attractive, simple and educational to send home with each new client. I was never able to find anything that met this need satisfactorily. This desire was one of the purposes for Girl Lost. It is supposed to be a quick and easy read to increase the chance your client will actually read it. Girl Lost will give you and your client a common and immediate language to ground you in your early work together. If you are a young person - If someone handed you this little book and asked you to read it, chances are you have a battle going on in your mind about food. How severe the battle I don't know, but most likely something isn't quite right. If you relate to the title at all Girl Lost: Finding Your Voice Through Eating Disorder Recovery; then you may feel like you have lost your own voice. The voice you hear most now is in your head and it may be mostly about food. If someone has taken the time to research, find this book and order it they must love and care about you. My guess is it took a lot of courage for them to give it to you because they don't want to upset you. I would encourage you to read it and try to have an open mind and heart. Its a quick and easy read and you'll learn a lot whether you are already getting help for eating issues or not. If you aren't getting help, or haven't been willing to; minimally you will understand yourself better and why you think and feel the way you do sometimes. This book isn't just about whether or not you get or receive help. It is not only about appointments you choose or choose not to attend. It is about how you want to spend the rest of your life. How you want to feel, what you want to do, who you want to be with, and who you are going to be as a person. It will challenge whether or not you want to live a bigger life or stay within the confines of the tiny, tunnel vision life of an eating disorder. It will ask you to listen to your own voice as you ponder the questions, "What do you want?" and "Who am I?" It will remind you, yes the eating disorder has a voice; but so do you. You have a voice that is too, too quiet because the eating disorder is too, too loud. If you listen carefully you will hear what your voice is saying. The bigger question than will you listen is; what will you do with what you hear?

The Productivity and Sustainability of Southern Forest Ecosystems in a Changing Environment (Paperback, Softcover reprint of... The Productivity and Sustainability of Southern Forest Ecosystems in a Changing Environment (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1998)
Robert Mickler, Susan Fox
R2,649 Discovery Miles 26 490 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The research presented here provides a sound scientific basis for management and policy decisions regarding the productivity and sustainability of forest ecosystems in the context of a rapidly changing global environment. It is the synthesis of 5 years of field and laboratory research on southern forests conducted by the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service to provide scientific assessments to the US Global Change Research Program, and, as such, is invaluable for policy makers and land use managers.

A River's Pleasure Essays in Honor of John Cronin (Paperback): Michelle D. Land, Susan Fox Rogers A River's Pleasure Essays in Honor of John Cronin (Paperback)
Michelle D. Land, Susan Fox Rogers
R525 Discovery Miles 5 250 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A collection of essays honoring the Hudson Riverkeeper, John Cronin.

Two in the Wild - Tales of Adventure from Friends, Mothers, and Daughters (Paperback, New): Susan Fox Rogers Two in the Wild - Tales of Adventure from Friends, Mothers, and Daughters (Paperback, New)
Susan Fox Rogers
R332 R291 Discovery Miles 2 910 Save R41 (12%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Thelma and Louise get sporty (and survive) in this anthology of true stories about women whose idea of fun involves sharing adventures--big and small--in the great outdoors. In essays that not only take you to mountains, forests, lakes, and rivers but also explore the powerful and intimate bond of female companionship, the editor of Solo: On Her Own Adventure introduces sixteen daring women and their travel mates as they ski, climb, hike, bike, and drive all over the world.

Trudge through the muddied roads of Australia's outback with thirty-something Sara Corbett and her childhood chum to find the legendary 80-year-old woman rumored to split wood faster than any man who challenges her. Go fishing with Holly Morris, kick back with Pam Houston and a good friend at a Denver ranch, or bike with Diane Ackerman and her friend through the "aubergine drapery of the forest" as they circumnavigate Otsego Lake. Hop in the car with Mary Morris and her baby daughter to meet the eccentrics living in the California desert, and climb the Himalayas with 54-year-old Jean Gould and her 70-year-old travel partner.

Whether you are an armchair adventurer or a thrill seeker in your own right, these exhilarating essays will inspire you to dust off your bicycle, lace up your hiking boots, fill your gas tank, and take your dearest friend along for the time of your lives.

Impact of Air Pollutants on Southern Pine Forests (Hardcover, 1996 ed.): Susan Fox, Robert A. Mickler Impact of Air Pollutants on Southern Pine Forests (Hardcover, 1996 ed.)
Susan Fox, Robert A. Mickler
R4,583 Discovery Miles 45 830 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The public's attitude toward air pollution in the United States evolved substantially during the 1960s. One of the results of the nation's emerging environmental ethic was the creation of the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in December of 1970. Prior to this time, research was focused on the impacts of air pollution on human health and welfare and was largely conducted by several federal research agencies, which included the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; and the U. S. Department of Agricul ture. After the creation of the EPA, much of this work was consolidated in one regulatory agency, which resulted in periodic evaluations of the various effects of atmospheric pollution on human health, materials, agriculture, and forest ecosystems. At the same time that environmental interest was growing in the United States, concern increased in the European scientific community and public over the ecological impacts of acidic deposition. As the magnitude of the damage to European lakes and streams and the widespread decline in Norway spruce and silver fir was reported, concern that similar problems were occurring in the United States increased substantially. This concern was heightened by press reports of high elevation spruce-fir forest declines in the Adirondack and Appalachian Mountains and the decline and death of sugar maples in the northeastern United States and Canada.

Poetic Form in Blake's MILTON (Paperback): Susan Fox Poetic Form in Blake's MILTON (Paperback)
Susan Fox
R872 Discovery Miles 8 720 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Blake's two finished epics have been widely regarded as combinations of brilliant set pieces which yield to no systematic rhetorical criticism. Susan Fox contests this view, discovering in Milton an elaborate verbal structure that is fully congruent with the poem's philosophy. She has made the first full exposition of the formal principles of a late Blake poem, and it suggests that the late prophecies are as profound in their artistic structures as they are in their thematic ones. The author begins by tracing throughout Blake's poetry the development of the techniques found in Milton. She then provides an analysis in two chapters organized, as she perceives the poem to be, in parallel three-part units. Her examination reveals the exhaustive parallelism of the poem's books, as well as more local devices such as paired stanzas and circular rhetoric. The rhetorical pattern which emerges raises several major thematic issues which are treated in the concluding chapter. In demonstrating the coherence and control of the intricate formal patterns of Milton, this study provides a new measure of Blake's late verbal art. Originally published in 1976. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

When Birds Are Near - Dispatches from Contemporary Writers (Paperback): Susan Fox Rogers When Birds Are Near - Dispatches from Contemporary Writers (Paperback)
Susan Fox Rogers
R444 R358 Discovery Miles 3 580 Save R86 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In this dazzling literary collection, writers explore and celebrate their lives with and love for birds-detailing experiences from Alaska to Bermuda, South Dakota to Panama. In When Birds Are Near, fresh new voices as well as seasoned authors offer tales of adventure, perseverance, and fun, whether taking us on a journey down Highway 1 to see a rare California Condor, fighting the destruction of our grasslands, or simply watching the feeder from a kitchen window. But these essays are more than just field notes. The authors reflect on love, loss, and family, engaging a broad array of emotions, from wonder to amusement. As Rob Nixon writes, "Sometimes the best bird experiences are defined less by a rare sighting than by a quality of presence, some sense of overall occasion that sets in motion memories of a particular landscape, a particular light, a particular choral effect, a particular hiking partner." Or, as the poet Elizabeth Bradfield remarks, "We resonate with certain animals, I believe, because they are a physical embodiment of an answer we are seeking. A sense of ourselves in the world that is nearly inexpressible." When Birds Are Near gives us the chance to walk alongside these avid appreciators of birds and reflect on our own interactions with our winged companions. Contributors: Christina Baal, Thomas Bancroft, K. Bannerman, R. A. Behrstock, Richard Bohannon, Elizabeth Bradfield, Christine Byl, Susan Cerulean, Sara Crosby, Jenn Dean, Rachel Dickinson, Katie Fallon, Jonathan Franzen, Andrew Furman, Tim Gallagher, David Gessner, Renata Golden, Ursula Murray Husted, Eli J. Knapp, Donald Kroodsma, J. Drew Lanham, John R. Nelson, Rob Nixon, Jonathan Rosen, Alison Townsend, Alison Vilag

A Season for Poetry (Paperback): Susan Fox A Season for Poetry (Paperback)
Susan Fox
R426 Discovery Miles 4 260 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
My Life With Raccoons (Paperback): Susan Fox My Life With Raccoons (Paperback)
Susan Fox
R529 Discovery Miles 5 290 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
A Little Book of Animal Verses for Children of All Ages (Paperback): Susan Fox A Little Book of Animal Verses for Children of All Ages (Paperback)
Susan Fox
R423 Discovery Miles 4 230 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Enjoy this collection of whimsical poetry and delightful illustrations. Llamas, yaks, starfish, and porcupines are just a few of the animals waiting to take you on an adventure

My Reach - A Hudson River Memoir (Hardcover): Susan Fox Rogers My Reach - A Hudson River Memoir (Hardcover)
Susan Fox Rogers
R508 R420 Discovery Miles 4 200 Save R88 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In this memoir of the Hudson River and of her family, Susan Fox Rogers writes from a fresh perspective: the seat of her kayak. Low in the water, she explores the bays and the larger estuary, riding the tides, marveling over sturgeons and eels, eagles and herons, and spotting the remains of the ice and cement industries. After years of dipping her paddle into the waters off the village of Tivoli, she came to know the rocks and tree limbs, currents and eddies, mansions and islands so well that she claimed that section of the river as her own: her reach. Woven into Rogers's intimate exploration of the river is the story of her life as a woman in the outdoors rock climbing and hiking as well as kayaking.

Rogers writes of the Hudson River with skill and vivacity. Her strong sense of place informs her engagement with a waterway that lured the early Dutch settlers, entranced nineteenth-century painters, and has been marked by decades of pollution. The river and the communities along its banks become partners in Rogers's life and vivid characters in her memoir. Her travels on the river range from short excursions to the Saugerties Lighthouse to a days-long journey from Tivoli to Tarrytown and a circumnavigation of Manhattan Island, while in memory she ventures as far as the Indiana Dunes and the French Pyrenees.

In a fluid, engaging voice, My Reach mixes the genres of memoir, outdoor adventure, natural and unnatural history. Rogers's interest in the flora and fauna of the river is as keen as her insight into the people who live and travel along the waterway. She integrates moments of description and environmental context with her own process of grieving the recent deaths of both parents. The result is a book that not only moves the reader but also informs and entertains."

William Fox - A Story of Early Hollywood 1915-1930 (Paperback): Susan Fox William Fox - A Story of Early Hollywood 1915-1930 (Paperback)
Susan Fox
R532 R438 Discovery Miles 4 380 Save R94 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Poetic Form in Blake's MILTON (Hardcover): Susan Fox Poetic Form in Blake's MILTON (Hardcover)
Susan Fox
R1,817 R1,621 Discovery Miles 16 210 Save R196 (11%) Out of stock

Blake's two finished epics have been widely regarded as combinations of brilliant set pieces which yield to no systematic rhetorical criticism. Susan Fox contests this view, discovering in Milton an elaborate verbal structure that is fully congruent with the poem's philosophy. She has made the first full exposition of the formal principles of a late Blake poem, and it suggests that the late prophecies are as profound in their artistic structures as they are in their thematic ones. The author begins by tracing throughout Blake's poetry the development of the techniques found in Milton. She then provides an analysis in two chapters organized, as she perceives the poem to be, in parallel three-part units. Her examination reveals the exhaustive parallelism of the poem's books, as well as more local devices such as paired stanzas and circular rhetoric. The rhetorical pattern which emerges raises several major thematic issues which are treated in the concluding chapter. In demonstrating the coherence and control of the intricate formal patterns of Milton, this study provides a new measure of Blake's late verbal art. Originally published in 1976. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Rookie Dad - Fun and Easy Exercises and Games for Dads and Babies in Their First Year (Paperback, Original): Susan Fox Rookie Dad - Fun and Easy Exercises and Games for Dads and Babies in Their First Year (Paperback, Original)
Susan Fox
R373 R325 Discovery Miles 3 250 Save R48 (13%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Get in the game of fatherhood!

All new dads want to bond with their babies -- but how? With seventy-two safe, simple exercises, each illustrated with a fun photograph, Rookie Dad helps busy fathers make a real connection with their little ones -- and have a ball doing it!

  • "Shake Hands with Dad" promotes motor coordination
  • "Eyes on the Ball" boosts eye-tracking skills
  • "Flashlight Tag" is fun at lights-out time
  • "Crunch Time" helps baby learn balance while tightening Daddy's abs
  • "Box Score" is a fantastic tool for bedtime,helping babies enjoy snug spaces

These and other age-appropriate activities, designed for the newborn to the twelve-month-old, help develop fundamental skills needed for sitting, crawling, walking, and more. They also plant the seeds for a lifelong love of sports and physical fitness. But all Baby knows is Dad is really fun to be with! Be a champion to the MVP in your life -- by sharing the joyful and unique approach to quality time illustrated in Rookie Dad.

Winter Wishes (Large print, Hardcover, Large type / large print edition): Fern Michaels, Susan Fox, Jules Bennett, Leah Marie... Winter Wishes (Large print, Hardcover, Large type / large print edition)
Fern Michaels, Susan Fox, Jules Bennett, Leah Marie Brown
R913 Discovery Miles 9 130 Out of stock
Rookie Dad Tackles the Toddler (Paperback, Original ed.): Susan Fox Rookie Dad Tackles the Toddler (Paperback, Original ed.)
Susan Fox
R305 Discovery Miles 3 050 Out of stock

Let's get ready to rumble!

Dads discover that the rules of the parenting game change completely after their baby moves into the wonderful and totally physical toddler world of discovery and learning. How can you be a hands-on dad and play a vital role in your one-to-three-year-old's development? With the fun exercises and activities for dads and kids in Rookie Dad Tackles the Toddler!

  • Working out in the Brain Gym, kids grasp colors, sizes, and shapes

  • Kid Talk pumps up language and listening skills

  • Cool down tantrums and meltdowns by stepping Out of Bounds

  • Learn the ABCs of eating like a champion with Peak Performance

Even the busiest father can make bedtime or getting dressed child's play with these simple, interactive games. Go for the gold with your toddlers -- and enjoy the prize of having happier, healthier, more capable children who strive for big things -- thanks to you, their hero.

Love Me Tender (Paperback): Susan Fox Love Me Tender (Paperback)
Susan Fox
R164 R139 Discovery Miles 1 390 Save R25 (15%) Out of stock

"You can't go wrong picking up a Susan Fox book." --"Romance Reviews Today" Pay a visit to Caribou Crossing, the rustic, inviting Western town where broken hearts mend and new love takes root. . . Dave Cousins, owner of the Wild Rose Inn, is known throughout Caribou Crossing as the nicest--and loneliest--guy in town. He's had his heart broken more than once, and he's determined not to let it happen again. So it's no wonder he's wary when a free-spirited drifter leaves him longing for more than just a steamy fling. . . Like the wild goose tattooed on her shoulder, Cassidy Esperanza goes wherever the wind takes her. For her, a new day means a fresh start. And yet something about her days in Caribou Crossing--and nights with its handsome hotel owner--makes her think about staying a while. But when life takes an unexpected turn, her first instinct is to take flight once more. Is Dave strong enough to help them both face their fears, come to terms with the past, and believe that sometimes love truly can last a lifetime? "The perfect sweep-you-away story--smart, sexy, funny and touching. Susan Fox delivers an unforgettable read." --Susan Wiggs on "Home on the Range"

The Productivity and Sustainability of Southern Forest Ecosystems in a Changing Environment (Hardcover, 1998 ed.): Robert... The Productivity and Sustainability of Southern Forest Ecosystems in a Changing Environment (Hardcover, 1998 ed.)
Robert Mickler, Susan Fox
R3,052 Discovery Miles 30 520 Out of stock

The research presented here provides a sound scientific basis for management and policy decisions regarding the productivity and sustainability of forest ecosystems in the context of a rapidly changing global environment. It is the synthesis of 5 years of field and laboratory research on southern forests conducted by the US Department of Agriculture Forest Service to provide scientific assessments to the US Global Change Research Program, and, as such, is invaluable for policy makers and land use managers.

Love Somebody Like You (Paperback): Susan Fox Love Somebody Like You (Paperback)
Susan Fox
R186 R155 Discovery Miles 1 550 Save R31 (17%) Out of stock

"With its breathtaking terrain and welcoming people, the Western town of Caribou Crossing is the perfect place for a heart to heal, and for love to blossom once more "Since the death of her husband three years ago, young widow Sally Ryland has kept to herself and focused on her struggling business, Ryland Riding. Folks assume she s still grieving, because Sally has never shared the truth about her abusive marriage, or the trust issues that remain. But when a sexy rodeo rider from her past turns up for a visit, he s a reminder of the feisty woman she once was and maybe still could be Ben Traynor was always attracted to Sally, but he didn t move fast enough. Now what Sally needs is patience and gentleness. With an injury keeping him from his next rodeo, Ben has the perfect excuse to stick around and help with her chores and her healing.And as Sally finds the courage to face her demons and open her heart again, she ll have to decide if what she has with Ben is more than safety, gratitude, and short-term passion, but a forever love "

Free Delivery
Pinterest Twitter Facebook Google+
You may like...
War Party - How The ANC's Political…
Greg Arde Paperback  (3)
R300 R225 Discovery Miles 2 250
Joseph Joseph Index Mini (Graphite)
R618 Discovery Miles 6 180
Swiss Mobile QUALCOMM Micro-USB Wall…
R249 Discovery Miles 2 490
Levitate Wall Mounted Bike Rack
R325 R275 Discovery Miles 2 750
Mellerware Vortex - Plastic Upright…
 (7)
R1,899 R1,041 Discovery Miles 10 410
Moonlight
Trevante Rhodes, André Holland, … Blu-ray disc R158 Discovery Miles 1 580
Crayola Erasable Pencil Crayons (Pack of…
R103 Discovery Miles 1 030
Energizer Recharge NH12BP4 Universal…
 (5)
R120 Discovery Miles 1 200
Annihilation
Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, … DVD  (4)
R150 R23 Discovery Miles 230
Mellerware Smartvac - Wet & Dry Plastic…
 (5)
R599 R432 Discovery Miles 4 320

 

Partners