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A terrible darkness has fallen upon Jacob Weisz's beloved Germany. The Nazi regime, under the leadership of Adolf Hitler, has surged to power and now hold Germany by the throat. All non-Aryans -- especially Jews like Jacob and his family -- are treated like dogs.When tragedy strikes during one terrible night of violence, Jacob flees and joins rebel forces working to undermine the regime. But after a raid goes horribly wrong, Jacob finds himself in a living nightmare -- trapped in a crowded, stinking car on the train to the Auschwitz death camp. As World War II rages and Hitler begins implementing his "final solution" to systematically and ruthly exterminate the Jewish people, Jacob must rely on his wits and a God he's not sure he believes in to somehow escape from Auschwitz and alert the world to the Nazi's atrocities before Fascism overtakes all of Europe. The fate of millions hangs in the balance.
It’s no surprise that sugar has been on our minds for millennia. First cultivated in New Guinea around 8,000 B.C.E., this addictive sweetener has since come to dominate our appetites—whether in candy, desserts, soft drinks, or even pasta sauces—for better and for worse. In this book, Andrew F. Smith offers a fascinating history of this simultaneously beloved and reviled ingredient, holding its incredible value as a global commodity up against its darker legacies of slavery and widespread obesity.
As Smith demonstrates, sugar’s past is chockfull of determined adventurers: relent sugar barons and plantation owners who worked alongside plant breeders, food processors, distributors, and politicians to build a business based on our cravings. Exploring both the sugarcane and sugar beet industries, he tells story after story of those who have made fortunes and those who have met demise all because of sugar’s simple but profound hold on our palates. Delightful and surprisingly action-packed, this book offers a layered and definitive tale of sugar and the many people who have been caught in its spell—from barons to slaves, from chefs to the count among us born with that insatiable devil, the sweet tooth.
GORGEOUS & CREATIVE CAKE ON A STICK Packed with 50 designs and 70 color photos, this book shows how to make cake pops that are incredibly cute and amazingly delicious. Everyone loves a beautifully decorated cake. And there’s nothing more fun than food on a stick. Combine the two and you have the perfect sweet treat that’s as fun to make as it is to eat. With a wide range of exciting shapes and delightful flavors, Crazy for Cake Pops has the perfect pop for any occasion, including: • Animals for a kid’s party • Gift-wrapped boxes for a birthday bash • Teddy bears for a baby shower • Poker chips for game night • Kettles and cups for tea time • Decorated eggs for Easter • Jack-o’-Lanterns for Halloween • Snowmen for Christmas Crazy for Cake Pops teaches you the secrets for creating these mouthwatering mini desserts with professional results. The author leaves nothing to chance as she guides you step by step through baking, crumbling, shaping, frosting and decorating.
As the new millennium begins, the world is a sorry sight. Wars are erupting, totalitarianism is on the rise, AIDS is spreading like wildfire, poverty is increasing, terrorist networks abound and people, in their billions, are threatening existence itself. Yet George Ringo, the accidentally elected new Pope from Lower Fasso, is not only inept, but also too inexperienced with the Byzantine world of Vatican politics to introduce radical solutions. So whom does God turn to for help? Noah Archer, a data analyst and computer buff from California. Unfortunately, Noah proves than ideal for the job. Archangel Wong, and Women Against Men, a radical lesbian group left over from the '60s, bedevil the plot. Satirical and intelligent, Barry Kalb's debut novel is a hilarious look at the times in which we live and a disturbing re-statement of the old adage that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.
Discover how to CHANGE YOUR LIFE! How would you like to change your life? Sooner or later, at a certain point in your life, you will experience waking up in the morning and realizing that the life you are living, is not the life you are meant to live. There is something inside of you that seeks big changes. Is this where you're at? You’re about to discover how to change your life! This is a 5-part book series that is a step by step guide on how to change your life. This 1st book personal transformation we will discuss simple strategies on how you can start changing your life today. Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... Learn how to welcome transformation Identifying who you are and who you want to be Steps to take to transform your world Principles of personal transformation How to form habits that can change your life Much, much more!
Even as inequalities widen, the effects of austerity deepen, and the consequences of recession linger, in many countries the wealth of the rich has soared. Why We Can’t Afford the Rich exposes the unjust and dysfunctional mechanisms that allow the top 1% to siphon off wealth produced by others through the control of property and money. Leading social scientist Andrew Sayer shows how over the past three decades the rich worldwide have increased their ability to hide their wealth, create indebtedness, and expand their political influence. Aimed at all engaged citizens, this important and accessible book uses simple distinctions to burst the myth of the rich as especially talented wealth creators. But more than this, as the risk of runaway climate change grows, it shows how the rich are threatening the planet by banking on unsustainable growth. Forcefully arguing that the crises of economy and climate can only be resolved by radical change, Sayer makes clear that we must make economies sustainable, fair, and conducive to well being for all.