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Beer Terrain

Beer Terrain

by Cook, Jonathan

Beer Terrain reveals the story of the emerging farm-to-glass revolution on the New England and New York craft brewing scene. Just a few years ago, if a brewery wanted to use local ingredients, they were limited to what farmers had on hand for other markets, such as honey or fruit. Today, the region fosters numerous small hop farms as well as several malt houses that use local grain exclusively...

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The Bicycle Book

The Bicycle Book

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The Bicycle Book: Wit, Wisdom & Wanderings is a celebration of the bicycle by people who love to ride. It's a tribute to one of the finest, most efficient, useful machines ever invented. It's packed with original stories, narratives and cartoons from a talented corps of writers and artists from around the world...

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A Dog Lover's Guide to Canine Massage

A Dog Lover's Guide to Canine Massage

by Chiquoine, Jody

A Dog Lover's Guide to Canine Massage is a practical workbook designed for all dog lovers, as well as professionals - veterinarians, groomers, kennel and shelter operators, trainers, etc. - and dogs of all ages, sizes, and conditions...

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The Forgotten Body

The Forgotten Body

by Cobb, Elissa

In a culture where many have become accustomed to looking outside of themselves for guidance, The Forgotten Body offers readers an opportunity to turn inside for the answers to questions about life and self...

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Here For Now

Here For Now

by Rosenbaum MS LICSW., Elana

Through narrative, guided exercises, and meditations, Here For Now was the first book to apply the principles of mindfulness meditation to living with cancer. This book empowers the reader to transform suffering into compassion and joy...

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I Have a Friend

I Have a Friend

by Inglese, Judith

I Have A Friend is the story of Henry and his imaginary friend, Vladimir, who leads the way to adventure. Vladimir is from Iceland, but sometimes he lives right next door. He flies a plane, a hot air balloon and drives a tractor. His forklift is so powerful, it can even pick up a 60-pound turkey! He has a rabbit named RABBIT and a talking bird named Charlie who can say Pound Cake and Charlie...

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I See the Sun in Afghanistan

I See the Sun in Afghanistan

by King, Dedie

Through the eyes of a child, I See the Sun in Afghanistan portrays a culture that emphasizes patriarchal family, love of country and fierce loyalty to family and tribe. Although the story takes place against the backdrop of war, it is not political, but a simple story about one day in the life of a young girl. After waking before dawn, Habiba and her sister go out to fetch water...

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I See the Sun in China

I See the Sun in China

by King, Dedie

The first in the I See the Sun Series, readers follow a young girl as she travels from a small town in China to the city of Shanghai to spend time with her aunt. The unspoken message of this book is the movement from the old to the new, while still maintaining some connections with the past...

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I See the Sun in India

I See the Sun in India

by King, Dedie

I See the Sun in India is the ninth book in the award-winning I See the Sun series. Mila is a bright, happy young girl who shares a day in her life in Jaipur, India. She wakes to the sounds of peacocks outside the window of her home, a palace that has been in her family since the time of the rajas (kings)...

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I See the Sun in Mexico

I See the Sun in Mexico

by King, Dedie

I See the Sun in Mexico, the fifth book in the award-winning I See the Sun series, takes place on the Sea of Cortez. Luis's working-class family lives in La Paz. His father is a cook on an excursion boat. His mother makes the best tortillas in the city. With Mama's guidance, Luis shops for the vegetables Papa needs to prepare meals on the boat...

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I See the Sun in Myanmar (Burma)

I See the Sun in Myanmar (Burma)

by King, Dedie

In a world where global events dominate the news and our children are exposed to other cultures only superficially, author Dedie King and illustrator Judith Inglese have once again combined their talents to offer a unique perspective for young readers that is simply not available anywhere else. I See the Sun in Myanmar (Burma), one of the award-winning books in the�I See the Sun in . . ...

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I See the Sun in Nepal

I See the Sun in Nepal

by King, Dedie

I See the Sun in Nepal, one of the I See the Sun series, takes place in a rural village in Nepal. The young girl in the story lives a traditional life with a familiar daily routine: chores, going to school, playing with friends, and spending time with her family. Readers will recognize the similarities as well as the differences between their own daily life and the culture of Nepal...

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I See the Sun in Russia

I See the Sun in Russia

by King, Dedie

Through the eyes of a child, I See the Sun in Russia is the story of a day in the life of Anton, a young boy growing up in St. Petersburg, Russia. Anton loves to play the violin and he and his family hope that one day he will play in an orchestra...

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I See the Sun in Russia

I See the Sun in Russia

by King, Dedie

Through the eyes of a child, I See the Sun in Russia is the story of a day in the life of Anton, a young boy growing up in St. Petersburg, Russia. Anton loves to play the violin and he and his family hope that one day he will play in an orchestra...

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I See the Sun in the USA

I See the Sun in the USA

by King, Dedie

The United States of America is one of the most diverse countries in the world. More than 323 million people of different faiths, cultural, and ethnic groups live here. I See the Sun in the USA follows Stella, a young girl from Los Angeles, who is helping her mother make a video about diversity and families living in the United States...

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I See the Sun in Turkey

I See the Sun in Turkey

by King, Dedie

A day in the life of a child in Turkey told from the child’s point of view. I See the Sun in Turkey is one of the books in the multiple award-winning I See the Sun in... series of bi-lingual picture books, each focused on one country and one day in the life of one child with a story told from the child’s perspective...

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A Minute For Me

A Minute For Me

by McDonough, Megan

The high price for trying to get everything done is letting yourself become undone. A busy life is an easy place to lose you. Even in a busy life, the greatest gift you can give yourself is the gift of your own attention, discovering from within what is true and authentic. For this self-discovery, exotic travel is optional. Inquiry is mandatory...

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Peak of the Devil

Peak of the Devil

by Haynes, Chip

With a deceptively light-hearted tone, Haynes reveals the deep connection of oil to everything we buy and use, how looming scarcity will change our lives, what we can do to prepare. The devastating oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico propelled national attention to this topic...

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Southern Fried Women

Southern Fried Women

by King Cable, Pamela

Pamela King Cable has woven together the music, the language, the religions, and the traditions of the South. The result is Southern Fried Women, a collection of nine short stories about Southern women, and a few men, struggling to find answers to unanswerable questions, hoping for forgiveness, seeking righteousness, and questioning the existence of God in their lives...

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Televenge

Televenge

by Cable, Pamela King

Andie Oliver is a faithful woman-to God, to her handsome husband Joe, and to televangelist Reverend Calvin Artury, a Godfather in a Mafia of holy men. Raised in the 1970's to be subservient and submissive in the tradition of the Bible-belt South, she becomes a prisoner of that tradition...

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Trusting the Moment

Trusting the Moment

by Lindheim, Jeannie

A handbook for individuals and groups, including fifty exercises to increase creativity. Trusting the Moment provides a set of tools that will make the reader a more effective, exciting and excited artist and/or group leader...

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Similar Titles

  • The Bicycle Book
  • A Dog Lover's Guide to Canine Massage
  • The Forgotten Body
  • Here For Now
  • I Have a Friend
  • I See the Sun in Afghanistan
  • I See the Sun in China
  • I See the Sun in India
  • I See the Sun in Mexico
  • I See the Sun in Myanmar (Burma)
  • I See the Sun in Nepal
  • I See the Sun in Russia
  • I See the Sun in Russia
  • I See the Sun in the USA
  • I See the Sun in Turkey
  • A Minute For Me
  • Peak of the Devil
  • Southern Fried Women
  • Televenge
  • Trusting the Moment
  • Beer Terrain
 

ABOUT Satya House Publications

Satya House Publications was founded  in 2003 as a boutique publisher of books that have a substantial and/or growing niche market. Our books satisfy intellectual curiosity and exploration, and include environmental issues, personal development, and more.  Our titles are eclectic, but all express an intelligent and thoughtful view of their subjects. With the creation of the I See the Sun series in 2010, Satya House is poised to become a premier publisher of niche market books in the children's multicultural book arena.

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