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The Diary of Janie Ray, Books 1-5: Box Set! , H...
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Hi! My name is Janie Ray, and I'm 11 years old. When I first got this diary from my mom, I didn't think I'd have all that much to write about. I mean, let's face it - fifth grade isn't exactly the most exciting thing in the world. But then really strange things started happening. Like last week, my best friend Sheila and I were hanging out in our clubhouse, drinking lemonade and trying to figure out what to do about Marcia the Snob (who literally thinks she's queen of the fifth grade and seems to specialize in making my life miserable...), when we suddenly noticed a weird inscription on this old medallion I found when I was little. The crazy part is, it was written in a secret code Sheila and I made up for our clubhouse JUST THIS YEAR! At first, we figured someone was playing some kind of a trick on us. But then, before we realized what was happening, we ended up in the forest with an exceedingly odd girl who kept insisting the year was 1739. Let's just say my life isn't so boring anymore. And that's an understatement.This audiobook includes the first five adventures of The Diary of Janie Ray!The Impossible Medallion and The Day My Mom Got Grounded: Eleven-year-old Janie Ray can't believe it's only been a few weeks since she first discovered the mysterious inscription on her old medallion. But things have already started changing. For the better.A Star is Born: Kellie Allen is the most unpopular girl in Janie Ray's fifth grade class. She doesn't have any friends, and she brings sardine sandwiches for lunch! Janie can't believe her rotten luck when she gets stuck with Kellie as her science project partner. But she soon realizes that Kellie isn't as weird as she seems. And she has the best singing voice Janie has ever heard! A Letter to my Fifth Grade Self: Things are going pretty well for Janie. Between hanging out with Sheila, Kellie, and Alexis and trying to get her 1. Language: English. Narrator: Melissa Gorr. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/049639/bk_acx0_049639_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 07.04.2020
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Snob Scrilla
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sean Ray known by his alias Snob Scrilla was born in California, USA. He moved to Australia to study and while living in Newcastle began making music before later moving to Sydney. His hometown is actually, Katoomba in the Blue Mountains. His popularity amongst Australian Indie crowds is largely due to his debut single in 2008 titled "There You Go Again". He has played at Parklife and Homebake 2008 , he has also been a supporting artist for Faker's 2008 tour as the opening act.He wrote the ARIA Award winning, multi platinum Jessica Mauboy hit song "Running Back". The song officially titled "........." (nine periods), generated massive interest as the soundtrack for a promotional advertisement for the show Rush on Network 10.

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The Homebrewer's Handbook: An Illustrated Begin...
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If you’ve ever complained about a watered-down tasting glass of lager, wondered just what is causing that certain flavor in your favorite porter, or lamented the price of your favorite craft beer, then it might be time to try perfecting your own brew at home. Whether you’re an established beer snob or just want to try your hand at homebrewing, The Homebrewer’s Handbook will teach you everything you need to know to get started in this increasingly popular hobby. Teaching you all about beer and the few very simple components required to make it—malted barley, hops, yeast, and water—this comprehensive guide includes An overview of the brewing process Detailed explanations of extract, partial-mash, and all-grain brewing The best equipment for each process and methods for cleaning and sanitizing Suggestions on how to correct batches with off-flavors and aromas How to make bottling your beer easy A full glossary And much more Matthew Schaefer uses his years of expertise to show you how to control the nuances of flavor, body, and aroma, to craft your perfect bottle of beer. Whether brewing to share it with friends and family, or simply for the beautiful craft of the process, this book will guide you start to finish in making a great-tasting beer. Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We’ve been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Guide to Gourmet Coffee and Coffee Making
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ABOUT THE BOOK As the worlds most used (and abused) substance, coffee is a drink most people have indulged in. In fact, for many people, drinking coffee is a daily ritual; quite often, we do not stop to think about what we are drinking. While you might not wish to rise to the level of coffee snob, you might be curious to know more about the gourmet coffee you drink: how to find the best gourmet coffee, brew and taste the perfect cup, or even how to roast your own beans. While almost anyone recognizes roasted beans, very few people know where they come from, or what processes go into creating them. Coffee comes from a coffee tree; cherries grow on the trees branches, and each cherry holds two beans. You might have noticed the word arabica or robusta on a bag of coffee; these words refer to the type of tree from which the beans come. From the tree, the berries are harvested and dried. Any defective beans are removed. Certain types of beans, like peaberry beans, are viewed as defects, but are also harvested for particular styles of coffee. MEET THE AUTHOR Cara Batema holds a Bachelor's degree in music and creative writing. Cara composes scores and performs for films in addition to writing and editing children's novels and other publications. Cara loves food, wine, fashion, bike riding, and other general artsy diversions. Subscribe to Cara's Los Angeles Coffee Examiner page or follow on Twitter @indiesmitty. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK The history of coffee begins with a legend from the Ethiopian highlands. Kaldi, a goat-herder, discovered that he would feed certain berries to his goats, and they became restless and would not sleep. Kaldi brought the berries to a local monastery, and the monks made a drink from the berries that allowed them to stay awake for long hours of prayer. The power of the berries spread towards the East and finally around the globe. Even todays coffee is traced back to the original coffee trees from the Ethiopian highland region. As early as the fifteenth century, coffee was grown in Arabia, and by the sixteenth century, they were trading with nearby areas such as Egypt, Turkey, Syria, and Persia. Coffee was consumed in homes and coffee houses alike. These cafes were much like they are today; they served as the locale for public events, social gatherings, and live music performances. Since Muslims did not drink alcohol, coffee was known as wine of the Araby. Word of coffee spread to Europe by the seventeenth century. Critics called it the bitter invention of Satan, but Pope Clement VIII gave it the papal seal of approval after trying it. Coffee houses in England, Germany, Austria, Holland, and France held a similar significance as those in Arabia, and by the mid-1600s, the love of coffee was brought to America. CHAPTER OUTLINE Guide to Gourmet Coffee and Coffee Making + Background + History of Gourmet Coffee + The Roasting Process + The Right Grind + ...and much more

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Girl World
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It's tough out there in Girl World. One minute you're in the gang, the next you're out... your best friend has stopped talking to you for no apparent reason... you find out that someone has been spreading nasty rumours about you... a girl is making your life a misery by picking on you... and everyone seems to be so much cooler and confident than you. What's a girl to do? Girl World lets you into the secret and complicated world of girls and their friendships. It shows you how you can survive the scary girl, the snob, the gossip, the joker and the backstabber. Packed with straightforward and sensible advice Girl World will help girls deal with everyday situations and gain real confidence. It makes sense of the sometimes bewildering and unpredictable behaviour of girls and gives the reader the courage to stand up for themselves and hold their head high. As a former secondary school teacher, the author, Theresa Cheung, has seen for herself just how powerful girls' friendships and cliques are - shaping what they wear and say, how they feel about school, how they respond to boys and how they feel about themselves. This is an absolute must for girls everywhere!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Homebrewer's Handbook: An Illustrated Begin...
16,99 € *
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If you’ve ever complained about a watered-down tasting glass of lager, wondered just what is causing that certain flavor in your favorite porter, or lamented the price of your favorite craft beer, then it might be time to try perfecting your own brew at home. Whether you’re an established beer snob or just want to try your hand at homebrewing, The Homebrewer’s Handbook will teach you everything you need to know to get started in this increasingly popular hobby. Teaching you all about beer and the few very simple components required to make it—malted barley, hops, yeast, and water—this comprehensive guide includes An overview of the brewing process Detailed explanations of extract, partial-mash, and all-grain brewing The best equipment for each process and methods for cleaning and sanitizing Suggestions on how to correct batches with off-flavors and aromas How to make bottling your beer easy A full glossary And much more Matthew Schaefer uses his years of expertise to show you how to control the nuances of flavor, body, and aroma, to craft your perfect bottle of beer. Whether brewing to share it with friends and family, or simply for the beautiful craft of the process, this book will guide you start to finish in making a great-tasting beer. Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We’ve been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 07.04.2020
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Girl World
4,49 € *
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It's tough out there in Girl World. One minute you're in the gang, the next you're out... your best friend has stopped talking to you for no apparent reason... you find out that someone has been spreading nasty rumours about you... a girl is making your life a misery by picking on you... and everyone seems to be so much cooler and confident than you. What's a girl to do? Girl World lets you into the secret and complicated world of girls and their friendships. It shows you how you can survive the scary girl, the snob, the gossip, the joker and the backstabber. Packed with straightforward and sensible advice Girl World will help girls deal with everyday situations and gain real confidence. It makes sense of the sometimes bewildering and unpredictable behaviour of girls and gives the reader the courage to stand up for themselves and hold their head high. As a former secondary school teacher, the author, Theresa Cheung, has seen for herself just how powerful girls' friendships and cliques are - shaping what they wear and say, how they feel about school, how they respond to boys and how they feel about themselves. This is an absolute must for girls everywhere!

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Guide to Gourmet Coffee and Coffee Making
2,33 € *
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ABOUT THE BOOK As the worlds most used (and abused) substance, coffee is a drink most people have indulged in. In fact, for many people, drinking coffee is a daily ritual; quite often, we do not stop to think about what we are drinking. While you might not wish to rise to the level of coffee snob, you might be curious to know more about the gourmet coffee you drink: how to find the best gourmet coffee, brew and taste the perfect cup, or even how to roast your own beans. While almost anyone recognizes roasted beans, very few people know where they come from, or what processes go into creating them. Coffee comes from a coffee tree; cherries grow on the trees branches, and each cherry holds two beans. You might have noticed the word arabica or robusta on a bag of coffee; these words refer to the type of tree from which the beans come. From the tree, the berries are harvested and dried. Any defective beans are removed. Certain types of beans, like peaberry beans, are viewed as defects, but are also harvested for particular styles of coffee. MEET THE AUTHOR Cara Batema holds a Bachelor's degree in music and creative writing. Cara composes scores and performs for films in addition to writing and editing children's novels and other publications. Cara loves food, wine, fashion, bike riding, and other general artsy diversions. Subscribe to Cara's Los Angeles Coffee Examiner page or follow on Twitter @indiesmitty. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK The history of coffee begins with a legend from the Ethiopian highlands. Kaldi, a goat-herder, discovered that he would feed certain berries to his goats, and they became restless and would not sleep. Kaldi brought the berries to a local monastery, and the monks made a drink from the berries that allowed them to stay awake for long hours of prayer. The power of the berries spread towards the East and finally around the globe. Even todays coffee is traced back to the original coffee trees from the Ethiopian highland region. As early as the fifteenth century, coffee was grown in Arabia, and by the sixteenth century, they were trading with nearby areas such as Egypt, Turkey, Syria, and Persia. Coffee was consumed in homes and coffee houses alike. These cafes were much like they are today; they served as the locale for public events, social gatherings, and live music performances. Since Muslims did not drink alcohol, coffee was known as wine of the Araby. Word of coffee spread to Europe by the seventeenth century. Critics called it the bitter invention of Satan, but Pope Clement VIII gave it the papal seal of approval after trying it. Coffee houses in England, Germany, Austria, Holland, and France held a similar significance as those in Arabia, and by the mid-1600s, the love of coffee was brought to America. CHAPTER OUTLINE Guide to Gourmet Coffee and Coffee Making + Background + History of Gourmet Coffee + The Roasting Process + The Right Grind + ...and much more

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 07.04.2020
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