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Last Updated on Monday, 30 July 2012 10:32
The first week of August, this year August 6-10, is Psychic Week. Created by Hollywood press agent Richard R. Falk in 1965, the goal is to use psychic powers to concentrate on beneficial causes like world peace and finding lost and missing people. Are you unsure as to whether you have psychic powers? Maybe you're not a psychic believer? This is your week to take a walk on the psychic side. Whether it's a book about tarot cards, crystals, auras, past lives - future lives, or if you didn't get enough ghosts during the Summer Reading Program, we have something scintillatingly psychic for you.
Providing real-life examples on how to live in a fruitful partnership with crystal energy, this how-to guide fully explains the power of crystals and how they can be utilized. Crystals magnify the highest energy within, and both the newly spiritually aware and the seasoned crystal worker can gain insight and focus into their lives when combining this energy with the suggested positive affirmations to elicit forces of attraction and confidence. The book also taps into ancient and medieval cosmology to explain how crystals interact with the four elemental substances thought to constitute the physical universe: earth, fire, water, and air. By applying the wealth of information and experiences the manual has to offer, anything that can be visualized can also be fulfilled, whether extending the journey of the soul or wishing to improving surrounding circumstances, such as relationships, health, well-being, and career.
Last Updated on Friday, 27 July 2012 11:33
"Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever a spider can. Spins a web, any size, catches thieves just like flies. Look Out! Here comes the Spider-Man."
Spider-Man, the teenaged geek turned superhero, debuted 50 years ago on Aug. 1, 1962 in issue #15 of Amazing Fantasy. Created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko for Marvel Comics, Spider-Man got his own comic book in 1965. Since then he has become one of the best known and favorite superheroes. Swing through the many Spider-man items in our catalog and enjoy some of these books about the man behind the mask and the artist that created him.
This updated edition of DKUs definitive guide includes more than 600 full-color illustrations from the Spider-Man comics, along with original illustrations, detailed character profiles, and descriptions of the latest developments in Spidey's world. Full color.
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- 2012 Sequoyah Book Award Winners
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- Pioneer Library System's Business Services
- What business book discussion kits do you have?
- What training materials do you have for small businesses?
- How do I have a children's book discussion?
- Delivered with love: the PSC
- What do you consider "popular" books and authors?
- What services are available to homebound individuals?
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