If you’re considering vertical gardening, read this book before you start!
Vertical gardening is a great way to grow your own delicious, healthy produce – no matter where you live!
Author Joe Marshall offers a fantastic guide to growing fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs just about anywhere, indoors or out. Marshall’s book will walk you through the process of building a vertical garden by utilizing resources that are inexpensive (or free!) He also provides valuable advice about choosing the right soil, fertilizer and environment to make the most out of your new garden.
This book is free 8/22.
Joe Marshall began life in the country spending summer days with his grandparents working in their vegetable garden and enjoying the fruits of his labor. As he grew he found himself removed from his rural home in East Texas into the Big City.
He has been able to enjoy the fruits of his labor again and decided to publish this book as a way to increase his fellow gardeners knowledge of vertical gardening and to show that no matter how much or how little space you have to work with, you can grow your own produce; simply by Growing Up.
With surprises, twists, and turns, this is as good a legal thriller as you will get.
A brilliant courtroom thriller
Sarah Newby worked hard for the life she’s built for herself and her family. As a single, teenage mother with nowhere to turn, Sarah dropped out of school at 15 and moved to an inner-city slum.
Now she’s an ambitious and successful barrister. And her son Simon’s just been charged with multiple rapes and murders. The evidence against him is overwhelming, but Simon insists that he’s innocent. Sarah doesn’t think her child is capable of such atrocities, and she agrees to take his case.
Things are further complicated when another suspect is named. And Sarah’s defended him in court before.
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This book is free 8/21-8/23.
University professor Tim Vicary is the author of thrillers, historical fiction, children’s books, and several award-winning textbooks for people learning English.
Tim loves spending time outdoors in the beautiful English countryside, where he lives with his family.
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Keep a box of tissues handy, because you’ll need it.
In the spring of 1970 – right after the Kent State National Guard shootings and President Nixon’s two-month incursion into Cambodia – four newly married young women come together at Ft. Knox, Kentucky, when their husbands go on active duty as officers in the U.S. Army.
Different as these four women are, they have one thing in common: Their overwhelming fear that, right after these nine weeks of training, their husbands could be shipped out to Vietnam – and they could become war widows.
Sharon is a Northern Jewish anti-war protester who fell in love with an ROTC cadet; Kim is a Southern Baptist whose husband is intensely jealous; Donna is a Puerto Rican who grew up in an enlisted man’s family; and Wendy is a Southern black whose parents have sheltered her from the brutal reality of racism in America.
Read MRS. LIEUTENANT to discover what happens as these women overcome their prejudices, reveal their darkest secrets, and are initiated into their new lives as army officers’ wives during the turbulent Vietnam War period.
This book is free 8/20 – 8/21.
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When Jeanette Lacy’s little brother Neil runs away, she follows him. She finds him in a cave – only to watch him disappear again. So she follows him again, right into another world.
Jeanette and Neil travel through time, discovering new realities and dangers along the way. But when the source of their time travel is threatened, Jeanette and Neil must race to get home, before it’s too late.
The Time Keeper is free 8/19 – 8/20.