KND Free Book Search Tool: Nonfiction

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by Meredith Kendall
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Mr G. told me he’d had painful spasms all over his body, every five minutes, all day. He’d received reiki before, and wanted another session. I focused on the reiki symbols, and began channeling the energy. I felt the familiar tingling starting at the top of my head, and progressing down both arms. Gradually the sounds of the noisy ICU faded away. It felt like my ears were muffled. I felt myself pulled into the reiki symbol; Mr G. was there too. We went down and around the loops of the symbol. The symbol was three-dimensional, and we were inside. It glowed neon green, pulsed with energy, and moved through space. We curved around the spirals of the symbol, until suddenly we were spit out among the stars. We floated amid the bright stars. A beautiful lady appeared. Huge. I could see just her face and shoulders. She had a shawl around her head. Shawl wasn’t the right word, I thought, but it was the word that came into my mind. She smiled at us with infinite love and kindness. Slowly the vision faded, and we were back in the ICU. About twenty minutes had passed. Wow! Nothing like that had ever happened to me before.
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Are your kids interested in South America? Awesome! You have found the right book. Help your children learn more about South America today by reading this book. Here is what is included inside "South America! Learn About South America and Enjoy Colorful Pictures – Look and...
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Hit the road and look up, America!There is no better way to learn about America than to explore its state capitals and there is no better time to visit our capital cities than now. After two decades of flush pockets that saw private investment rehabbing decaying buildings and public...
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Paul and Marcus new lives are turned upside down by events beyond their control. Are we still affected by the past? Are you creating events that will influence the future? Find out what our unplanned protagonists are up to this time in journeys full of surprises....
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The Legacy of Rome II - Aftermath
By: Bruno Ambrogio
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Tea is the second most consumed liquid on earth, only after water. It contains legendary health benefits from increasing our metabolism, to helping prevent cancer, these legends now confirmed by modern science. Tea extends thousands of years into our history, richly intertwining with civilization...
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FROM PUBLISHER:In Reports from the Jungles of Kampuchea, Mr. Yang Mu takes us on a historic and turbulent odyssey. Upon his arrival in the mountainous area of Western Kampuchea in September of 1980 he found that fierce fighting was still going on between the Vietnamese and the...
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Reports from the Jungle of Kampuchea
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Elof Dahlberg emigrated to the United States from Sweden in the late 1800's. This is a very short autobiography he wrote in 1929 talking about the struggles and triumphs of a Scandinavian immigrant in the 19th and 20th century....
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The Autobiography of Elof Dahlberg
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A tragicomic, inspirational memoir of surviving the Holocaust we seldom hear about. The author spent nearly three years on the road with the Hungarian forced labor battalions during WWII, taking him from Budapest to the area of Stalingrad. Armed with only his wits, a smattering of courage, some...
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MAN'S SEARCH FOR MEANING IN SPIRITUALITY Building On The Work Of Viktor E. Frankl By Psychologist "Dr. Dan" Matzke, PhD TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments Disclaimer Preface Spirituality: A Working Definition Part One: ...
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Emily Taylor is pleased to present her new picture book for kids. This easy reading book for children contains fun facts about San Francisco and its colorful history. This delightful picture book is written for children ages 4 to 10. It contains a variety of information about San...
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Mark was born on the third of July. He grew up believing his birthday had no meaning other than the day he was born. At the end of the school year in the fifth grade, his strict but fair teacher, Mr. Herzog, tells Mark about a great battle that happened on his birthday. His teacher called it,...
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Born on the Third of July
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7 Responses to KND Free Book Search Tool: Nonfiction

  1. Kenno on June 3, 2011 at 3:50 pm

    Steve – you just keep getting better. This is a great addition.

  2. Marsha Evans on June 4, 2011 at 2:44 am

    As usual, I am pleased to find interesting things to read that I could not afford to buy with my (very!) limited budget.

  3. Tammy Blaker on June 4, 2011 at 10:02 am

    This is great. I can not say how much I love it.

  4. PatF on June 7, 2011 at 1:05 am

    “Wrongful Death: The AIDS Trial” does not belong in this list. It is entirely fiction….

    • Kindle Nation on June 7, 2011 at 5:13 am

      Categories reflect the categories chosen by author, publisher, or Amazon.

      • PatF on June 11, 2011 at 5:24 am

        This book claims to be a novel and the absurd events in it certainly have never taken place. Whatever the author labels this, it is disgraceful to promote such unscientific garbage as nonfiction. People die because they fall for stuff like this.

  5. shakti muse on February 18, 2013 at 6:41 pm

    Decided to broaden my horizons too.
    Am looking at a wider variety of subject matter and working on different skills at home such as ‘art’ and playing music, some different exercises and meditation skills and recently embarked on using a slow cooker, examining the idea of a quilt or two aswell.
    That is quite a good start!
    Keep those ideas and information coming in. Have begun a book on Greek involvement in the EU and other peoples’ reactions etc. Some very different points coming from here. I hope to learn a lot from all this jumping about from subject to subject.

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