We Moon 2017

Author: Mother Tongue Ink Staff
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781942775010
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This iconic astrological datebook is a best-selling moon calendar, earth-spirited handbook in natural rhythms, and visionary collection of women's creative work, now in its 36th year of publication. We'Moon 2017: Stardust sparkles with reverence for our cosmic home--for the vast reaches of the universe and our intimate creaturely molecules. Everything is made of Stardust! Despite divisive and acutely troubled times, Stardust calls us toward communion with all peoples/all life. Star Muses guide us toward creative magic, deep healing, visionary action, Revolutionary Hope.

The Almanac

Author: Lia Leendertz
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1783524057
Size: 12.53 MB
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The Almanac revives the tradition of the rural almanac, connecting you with the months and seasons via moon-gazing, foraging, feast days, seasonal eating, meteor-spotting and gardening. Award-winning gardener and food writer Lia Leendertz shares the tools and inspiration you need to celebrate, mark and appreciate each moment of the year.

Full Moon Lore

Author: Ellen Wahi
Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press
ISBN: 1634720679
Size: 19.12 MB
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Every month has a full moon, and every full moon has a story. Full Moon Lore explores the origins of each full moon's name, from the Strawberry Moon to the Wolf Moon and beyond. Told in rolling prose with delightful nighttime illustrations, this story is a sweet look at nature, seasons, and the mystery of the full moon. Includes Moon Facts and additional back matter.

The Old Farmer S Almanac 2017

Author: Old Farmer’s Almanac
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 1571987096
Size: 67.23 MB
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What is 225 years old yet always of the moment? The Old Farmer’s Almanac! America’s oldest continuously published periodical, beloved by generations for being “useful, with a pleasant degree of humor,” celebrates its unique history with a special edition and more readers than ever before! As the nation’s iconic calendar, the 2017 edition will predict and mark notable events; glance back and look forward, with historic perspectives on food, people, and businesses; salute legendary customs and folklore; hail celestial events; explore, forage, and cultivate the natural world; forecast traditionally 80 percent–accurate weather; inspire giggles and perhaps romance; and more—too much more to mention—all in the inimitably useful and humorous way it has done since 1792.

The Enchanted Life

Author: Sharon Blackie
Publisher: Ambrosia
ISBN: 9781487004071
Size: 77.84 MB
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A self-help guide that offers a set of practical and grounded tools for enchanting our daily lives, leading to a greater sense of meaning and of belonging to the world.

Autumnal Tints

Author: Henry David Thoreau
Publisher: Applewood Books
ISBN: 155709442X
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Two institutions of New England, our fall colors and Henry David Thoreau, are brought together in this posthumously published rumination on Nature. Autumnal Tints was originally published in the October 1862 Atlantic Monthly. "October is the month for painted leaves. Their rich glow now flashes round the world. As fruits and leaves and the day itself acquire a bright tint just before they fall, so the year near its setting. October is its sunset sky; November the later twilight."

Children As Caregivers

Author: Jean Hunleth
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 0813588057
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In Zambia, due to the rise of tuberculosis and the closely connected HIV epidemic, a large number of children have experienced the illness or death of at least one parent. Children as Caregivers examines how well intentioned practitioners fail to realize that children take on active caregiving roles when their guardians become seriously ill and demonstrates why understanding children’s care is crucial for global health policy. Using ethnographic methods, and listening to the voices of the young as well as adults, Jean Hunleth makes the caregiving work of children visible. She shows how children actively seek to “get closer” to ill guardians by providing good care. Both children and ill adults define good care as attentiveness of the young to adults’ physical needs, the ability to carry out treatment and medication programs in the home, and above all, the need to maintain physical closeness and proximity. Children understand that losing their guardians will not only be emotionally devastating, but that such loss is likely to set them adrift in Zambian society, where education and advancement depend on maintaining familial, reciprocal relationships. View a gallery of images from the book (https://www.flickr.com/photos/childrenascaregivers)

Lords Of Poverty

Author: Graham Hancock
Publisher: Atlantic Monthly Press
ISBN: 9780871134691
Size: 10.72 MB
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Takes a critical look at the international business of charity and relief efforts, exposing the bureaucratic inefficiency

Wild Magic

Author: Mark Ryan
Publisher: Sterling Publishing (NY)
ISBN: 9781454926405
Size: 14.27 MB
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Wild Magic invokes the power of the Wildwood--the Green Man and Green Woman, as well as all the living archetypes of the forest. Journey into the pre-Celtic world, where primal forces roamed free and opened doorways into the otherworld of the Ancestors. With information on the Lore of the Wild, the Wheel of the Year, shamanic methods, meditations, and newly crafted rituals, the book takes a fresh look at ancient traditions.