"This may well be a seminal book--a courageous eye-opener that could fundamentally alter our approach to the treatment of chronic fatigue." -- From the foreword by Michael Rosenbaum, M.D. Answering the question on the minds of 75 percent of Americans, Why Am I Always So Tired?, leading nutritionist Ann Louise Gittleman shows us how we canbe more alert and active by eliminating excess copper in our diets and increasing our zinc intake. The time-tested formula points out which culprits steal energyfrom us--namely trendy, low-fat diets--that make otherwise healthy people feel drained. This revolutionary book offers Gittleman's insights into how we can modify our diets and lifestyles to increase our energy and prevail over the chronic fatigue thatplagues us with symptoms such as: anxiety, insomnia, skin problems, frequentcolds, and roller-coaster emotions. Using her research and breakthroughfindings, Gittleman helps us eliminate these problems and access the energywe didn't know we had.
For ages 3-9... Being a parent is rewarding, but it can also be a demanding and wearisome job. Why Is Mommy So Tired? is a comical yet heartwarming story about tired, exhausted parents, the Wearys, and their rambunctious but loveable son Rowdy. The Wearys, like most parents, have a very difficult time finding the energy to play with their little Rowdy. Until one night, Mrs. Weary makes a surprising and unbelievable discovery when suddenly awakened by a strange noise. Could she have uncovered the true reason she and parents everywhere are always so tired? What will parents do when they find out the shocking news and what will happen to Rowdy? Read along to find out what the Wearys and all the parents do with their new found energy. Why Is Mommy So Tired? will soon become your new favorite family read-a-loud and will remind parents of the importance of playing with their children. Play is a crucial part of childhood development. It teaches kids how to think, learn, create, problem solve, work together, process emotions, and so much more. When parents join in the fun, the benefits of play are greatly increased. So parents, reconnect with your inner "Rowdy" and remember to actively participate in your child's playtime regularly. Don't forget, READ AND PLAY EVERYDAY!
Robin Oakley brings alive the colourful world of those who ride and train jumping horses. With elegant production and gripping images The History of Jump Racing chronicles the social and economic changes which have brought the sport's ups and downs-like the development of sponsorships and syndicate ownership, the near loss of the Grand National, the growing domination of the Cheltenham Festival and the growth of all-weather racing to meet the bookies' demands for betting shop fodder. Pace and colour is provided by stories of the horses who have been taken to the heart of racing crowds, like the Irish-trained hurdler Istabraq and Best Mate, the three-times winner of the Cheltenham Gold Cup for England. Famous rivalries and memorable races are re-lived and key victories revisited in portraits of and interviews with the owners, jockeys and trainers who have dominated the sport. The emphasis will be largely on the past fifty years-from Arkle to Tony McCoy-but a significant introduction by Edward Gillespie encapsulates the past history of what was previously known as 'National Hunt Racing' and sets the stories in context. .
The Lady of the Basement Flat is a historical romance by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey. Two lady friends choose to live together in a country home, but with the understanding that they may each come and go as they please. One of them keeps a secret about her married life...
Everyone should know what you did Sarah Taylor-Cox has received two threatening notes—notes which threaten to destroy everything she holds dear. Just getting through the days is a struggle—the cracks in her marriage are becoming ever more visible, her protectiveness of her baby is becoming overbearing…and the arrival of her sister, Maisey, along with her estranged mother and stepbrother, is certainly not helping matters! For Maisey, watching the sister she's always looked up to struggling to stay sane is heart-breaking. She's determined to help, but being around family is unearthing long-buried memories, memories which Maisey hasn't let herself think about in years. And one particular echo from the past won't stop reverberating in her head…the cry of a frightened child. "A growing sense of menace creeps through every page, leading to a nail biting final part!" — USA Today bestselling author Sue Fortin "A clever, creepy family drama, the tension builds and builds to the explosive end. Secrets, lies and scandals…you'll never guess the truth!" — New York Times bestselling author J.T. Ellison "Zoe Carter keeps the twist coming in this tale of two sisters whose dark pasts are slowly coming unraveled. Sarah and Maisey are holding tight to a shocking family secret, and now an anonymous stranger is threatening to tell. An engaging story of lies, closet skeletons, and betrayal." — USA TODAY bestselling author Kimberly Belle, author of The Marriage Lie Part 3 of 6: a riveting new installment in this darkly compelling psychological thriller