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A coloring book for kids about a rescued Alaskan peregrine falcon.


A boy learns from his grandpa to love nature



by Dr. Mary Ross

Is there life after death? Meet Loraine Rees, a "psychic telephone with attitude." Respected by law enforcement for solving some of England's most notorious cases, her first memory is the surprise to discover that her family could not see the "others", the shadowy beings who spoke to her. Here in this first book on the psychic, she shares her gift to communicate with the other side to bring messages from beyond, providing an answer to humanity's most pressing question.



TROUBLED SPIRITS WITH MEDIUM LORAINE REES is the second book on the psychic and delves deeper into her world. Here you will meet troubled spirits from the other side including some of England's most notorious criminals. Examined against the evidence from a former Scotland Yard detective and a sketch artist, Loraine reveals the shocking truth from beyond.

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BERGBUCHLEIN, THE FIRST MINING TEXT EVER WRITTEN. First written in Saxony Germany before 1518, Bergbuchlein is the oldest test ever written on mining, pre-dating DE RE METALLICA by forty years. Reprinted in virtually every century since the 1500s, this edition of BERGBUCHLEIN, translated into English by scholars for the American Institute of Mining Engineers, contains all the original 16th century woodcut illustrations and is once again available to modern readers interested in the history of mining.