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Jenny Salter is a sixteen-year-old girl on her way home from school one day, excited to share some good news with her grandmother, when she notices something strange: her grandmother’s house is locked and the curtains drawn. Inside, she encounters a strange and violent scene, and her grandmother—Grace Salter—is nowhere to be seen. Little does she know that her entire world is about to be turned upside-down by Vancouver’s most notorious—and elusive—psychopathic criminal: Jake Lazeer. Jake Lazeer is a thirty-five-year-old man who kills with ease and only has two things on his mind: money and the thrill of the crime. We first find him with his criminal partner, Harry, who have both forced Grace from her home, trying to get her to divulge the location of the key to her safety deposit box. When they return to her house, chaos ensues: a helpful neighbour is brutally murdered, and Jenny is also kidnapped. Jake then leads the two women on a nightmarish ride through BC, Alberta, and Saskatchewan, using them as hostages in order to cheat and plunder, leaving a trail of death and destruction along the way. The Vancouver City Police and Homicide Unit are hot on his trail, but no matter what happens, Jake always seems to find a way to evade and outsmart them. Will the police at last be able to detain this criminal and hold him accountable for his heinous crimes? Or will his psychopathic behaviour allow him to slip out from under the hand of justice?
RELIGIOUS OSMOSIS is information for people that are Religious, Spiritual and none Religious. It shows how human unconscious behavioural patterns intertwine with different doctrines and our relationships with friends, family, partners and people of different faiths and how to improve those ties. It also looks into how the human mind constructs different dreaming processes including none emotional and emotional visions, and how these processes intertwine with many historical doctrines. It brings light onto the psychological effects misunderstood human processes can have in regards to dreaming as your falling asleep called hypnagogic experiences, and as you are waking hypnopompic experiences. Religious Osmosis goes into detail how humans form certain truths to construct a personal reality, and these inner truths can link together and strengthen other beliefs. These inner truths have a self defence mechanism. It also informs the reader how to look for these inner truths inside themselves and others and notice how they can change with new knowledge. From sleep paralysis to seeing faces or hearing noises etc. as you fall asleep you will learn how emotion effects REM processes as much as our thoughts. How we have hit and missed unknowingly preprograming dreams and how to intentionally preprogram dreaming processes. Increase and gain more control in the hypnagogic dream states or how to less intensify the images, sounds and feelings if you had fear. In the book is an advance fatigue management system to assist in keeping motorist on the road and in the skies. Religious Osmosis brings an understanding to the table of oneself and others and strengthens inner and outer connections. Religious Osmosis is very bold information. Another book I wrote called, The Twelve Poems of Knowledge centers around dreaming practises etc. and there are poems in this book that teach as well.
Children absorb information and language like little sponges, sometimes faster than they can handle and with no real understanding of what the words mean. But that doesn’t stop them from parroting our words back at us. So, what do we do when our cute little angels hear, or use, words that are inappropriate? Ideally, we talk to them about it, but it can be hard to know where to start. That’s where The Weather’s Shitty, Kitty ― the first in a series of “conversation starter” books ― comes in. When Little Kitty hears her father say a “bad word” after hitting his paw with a hammer, she is uncomfortable and doesn’t know what to think about it. Can a word actually be “good” or “bad”? Or is it just a word? Luckily, she feels safe talking to her parents about tricky subjects. Dr. Does warmly explores these interesting concepts though the eyes of an adorable family of kitties.
Little Skunky loves his Uncle Funky, but it unsettles him when his uncle drinks. One day, after Uncle Funky trips over Little Skunky and yells at him, Mommy Skunky holds Little Skunky on her lap and explains his uncle’s strange and unpredictable behavior. Sometimes Uncle Funky is clumsy, loud, and silly. Sometimes he says means things. Sometimes he’s sad. Uncle Funky’s a Drunk, Skunk is a warm and loving way to introduce young children to the issue of problem drinking by adults. It is an amusing and empowering tool for parents, educators, and counsellors, facilitating open communication about a sensitive issue that most children will encounter as they experience the sometimes confusing and conflicted world of adults.
For children living in areas of the world where they are given everything they need and most of their wants, it might be difficult for these children to show empathy or understand that there are children in other parts of the world who do not have their basic needs met daily. 'Where in the World?' is a book of awareness for children. It encourages children to make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate who might be living next door or in a developing country. The main question of the book is, "Where in the World is your desire to help others? This story is a reminder that God calls all of us to serve everyone as our sisters and brothers.