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Wizard Of The Four Winds by Douglas Sharon

Title Wizard of the Four Winds
Author Douglas Sharon
Publisher CreateSpace
Release Date 2015-07-16
Category
Total Pages 358
ISBN 1514371634
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Wizard of the Four Winds: A Shaman's Story is the text that introduced the outside world to shamanic healing in northern Peru. The story of don Eduardo Calderón (who was elevated to almost legendary status as a result of Sharon's research), this book inspired a generation of academics and shamanic seekers alike. Back, finally and by popular demand, this long-awaited and completely revised second edition presents a detailed discussion of Sharon's own experiences as the curandero's apprentice as well as summaries of more than 40 years of scholarship (including Sharon's own extensive work) into the lives and healing arts of other Peruvian shamanic practitioners. More than 70 pages of updated appendices compare and contrast the ritual symbolism of don Eduardo Calderón's mesa with shamanic tools and practices found throughout ancient and modern Mesoamerica and South America. Wizard of the Four Winds: a Shaman's Story is, now more than ever, an indispensable tool for any serious student of Peruvian shamanism!

Temple Of The Winds by Terry Goodkind

Title Temple of the Winds
Author Terry Goodkind
Publisher RosettaBooks
Release Date 2015-03-24
Category Fiction
Total Pages 836
ISBN 9780795346156
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Spells and prophecies sew havoc in the fight for humankind in the 4th novel of the #1 New York Times bestselling author’s epic fantasy series. Having taken his rightful place as Lord Rahl, ruler of D’Hara, Richard must once again postpone his wedding to Kahlan Amnell in order to face the fearsome Imperial Order in a fight for the New World and the freedom of humankind. But while Richard has the brave people of D’Hara at his command, Emperor Jagang of the Imperial Order has a significant advantage: he doesn’t fight fair. Jagang invokes a prophecy that binds Richard and Kahlan to a fate of pain, betrayal, and a path to the Underworld. At Jagang’s behest, a Sister of the Dark gains access into the fabled Temple of the Winds and unleashes a plague that sweeps across the lands like a firestorm. To stop the plague, Richard and Kahlan must risk everything they have—and everything they’ve hoped for.

Mrs Beggs And The Wizard by Mercer Mayer

Title Mrs Beggs and the Wizard
Author Mercer Mayer
Publisher Four Winds
Release Date 1980-01-01
Category Magic
Total Pages 40
ISBN 0590077732
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Mrs. Beggs decides her new boarder is the cause of the strange occurrences in the boarding house. How can she stop him?

The Four Winds by Alberto Villoldo

Title The Four Winds
Author Alberto Villoldo
Publisher Harpercollins
Release Date 1990
Category Travel
Total Pages 265
ISBN UVA:X001831178
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A psychologist-turned-shaman relates his experiences with ayahuasca, or the "vine of death," as he explores the subconscious amid Inca ruins in Peru

Lyskarion by J. A. Cullum

Title Lyskarion
Author J. A. Cullum
Publisher EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing
Release Date 2014-12-10
Category Fiction
Total Pages 340
ISBN 9781770530713
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Hundreds of years before the story takes place, the Great Wizards created the Karionin, eight living crystals which substantially increase the bearer’s power. When a conflict breaks out among the great wizards, this increased power results in mass destruction and death. Now people fear the wizard’s potential for destruction, and few children train to become wizards. Plagued by racial and religious hatred, Tamar is home to nine races-humans live side by side with races who have the ability to shift their shape from human to animal form, including dolphins (Ingvalar), tigers (Linlar), and lizards (Isklar). The dolphins and humans get along; yet prejudices exist. The tigers and lizards have been attacking human settlements, and a devastating war seems inevitable. Cormor, the last of the great wizards, knows that the only chance for peace is for a legion of powerful wizards to reign once again. The fate of Tamar falls upon three youths - each with great potential, each with a reason for resistance. These young wizards-in-training must learn to overcome their differences and restore peace once again or humanity will be destroyed. Lyskarion is the first book of the Chronicles of the Karionin trilogy. Books in this series: Lyskarion: The Song of the Wind Cinkarion: The Heart of Fire Vyrkarion: The Talisman of Anor

Wizard S First Rule by Terry Goodkind

Title Wizard s First Rule
Author Terry Goodkind
Publisher Head of Zeus
Release Date 2015-07-29
Category Fiction
Total Pages 784
ISBN 9781784971861
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Deep in the upper Ven Forest, close to the Boundry, woodsman Richard Cypher is intent on tracking down his father's killers. Richard has no idea of how far his quest will take him from home, nor that his world, his very beliefs, are about to be shattered... Kahlan Amnell, tormented by treachery and loss, is being hunted, pursued remorselessly by a bloodthirsty tyrant's assassins. A monstrous evil is about to be unleashed upon the world and she knows her one hope of halting it is to find the last great Wizard... Together, Richard and Kahlan have a destiny that will not be denied, a destiny that will embroil them in a war three-millennia past... a war that is about to re-ignite with world-devouring violence.

Wizard Of The Grove by Tanya Huff

Title Wizard of the Grove
Author Tanya Huff
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2016-03-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 544
ISBN 9780756411411
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Now available in one volume, the novels which began Tanya Huff's career. Child of the Grove and The Last Wizard form a powerful fantasy duology about the last wizard ever to be born into the world. It is the saga of Crystal, a daughter of Power whose destiny is to put an end to the war between wizards and the mortal world. Now this magical tale is collected in one volume as Wizard of the Grove, featuring new cover art by Yvonne Gilbert.

A Wizard Of Their Age by Cecilia Konchar Farr

Title A Wizard of Their Age
Author Cecilia Konchar Farr
Publisher SUNY Press
Release Date 2015-01-01
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781438454481
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A collection of student essays that captures the passionate engagement their generation brings to the Harry Potter phenomenon. A Wizard of Their Age began when the students in Cecilia Konchar Farr’s “Six Degrees of Harry Potter” course at St. Catherine University kept finding errors in the available scholarship. These students had been reading Harry Potter for their entire literate lives, and they demanded more attention to the details they found significant. “We can do better than this,” they said. Konchar Farr, two undergraduate teaching assistants, and five student editors decided to test that hypothesis. After issuing a call for contributions, they selected fifteen thoughtful academic essays by students from across the country. These essays examine the Harry Potter books from a variety of perspectives, including literary, historical, cultural, gender, mythological, psychological, theological, and genetic—there is even a nursing care plan for Tom Riddle. Interspersed among the essays are brief vignettes entitled “My Harry Potter Story,” where students write about their personal encounters with the novels. Although a quick Internet search yields a dazzling number of books about Harry Potter, few are as deeply invested or insightful as A Wizard of Their Age. Written and edited by—and for—members of the Harry Potter generation, these essays demonstrate this generation’s passionate engagement with the Harry Potter phenomenon and provide numerous critical insights into the individual novels and the series as a whole.

Magic Of Wind And Mist by Cassandra Rose Clarke

Title Magic of Wind and Mist
Author Cassandra Rose Clarke
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2017-10-24
Category Fiction
Total Pages 560
ISBN 9781481476423
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Taking place in the world of Cassandra Rose Clarke’s Magic of Blood and Sea, this is the story of a would-be witch who embarks on an adventure filled with intrigue, mystery, mermaids, and magic. Hanna has spent her life hearing about the adventures of her namesake Ananna, the lady pirate, and assassin Naji, and dreams to have some adventures of her own. One day when Hanna is with her apprentice—a taciturn fisherman called Kolur—the boat is swept wildly off course during a day of storms and darkness. In this strange new land, Kolur hires a stranger to join the crew and, rather than heading home, sets a course for the dangerous island of Jadanvar. As Hanna meets a secretive merboy—and learns that Kolur has a deadly past—she soon realizes that wishing for adventures can be deadly…because those wishes might come true.

The Four Dorothys by Paul Ruditis

Title The Four Dorothys
Author Paul Ruditis
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2007-02-06
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9781416933915
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Follow aspiring comedian Brian Stark as he survives the daily dramas of his posh high school in Malibu and all the events leading up to the lavish spring musical. Original.

Send For Me by Lauren Fox

Title Send for Me
Author Lauren Fox
Publisher Knopf
Release Date 2021-02-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9781101947814
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A TODAY SHOW #ReadWithJenna BOOK CLUB PICK! An achingly beautiful work of historical fiction that moves between Germany on the eve of World War II and present-day Wisconsin, unspooling a thread of love, longing, and the powerful bonds of family. Annelise is a dreamer: imagining her future while working at her parents' popular bakery in Feldenheim, Germany, anticipating all the delicious possibilities yet to come. There are rumors that anti-Jewish sentiment is on the rise, but Annelise and her parents can't quite believe that it will affect them; they're hardly religious at all. But as Annelise falls in love, marries, and gives birth to her daughter, the dangers grow closer: a brick thrown through her window; a childhood friend who cuts ties with her; customers refusing to patronize the bakery. Luckily Annelise and her husband are given the chance to leave for America, but they must go without her parents, whose future and safety are uncertain. Two generations later, in a small Midwestern city, Annelise's granddaughter, Clare, is a young woman newly in love. But when she stumbles upon a trove of her grandmother's letters from Germany, she sees the history of her family's sacrifices in a new light, and suddenly she's faced with an impossible choice: the past, or her future. A novel of dazzling emotional richness that is based on letters from Lauren Fox's own family, Send for Me is a major departure for this acclaimed author, an epic and intimate exploration of mothers and daughters, duty and obligation, hope and forgiveness.

Night Road by Kristin Hannah

Title Night Road
Author Kristin Hannah
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Release Date 2011-03-22
Category Fiction
Total Pages 432
ISBN 9781429965026
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"A rich, multilayered reading experience, and an easy recommendation for book clubs." —Library Journal (starred review) Life comes down to a series of choices. To hold on... To let go...to forget...to forgive... Which road will you take? For eighteen years, Jude Farraday has put her children's needs above her own, and it shows—her twins, Mia and Zach, are bright and happy teenagers. When Lexi Baill moves into their small, close-knit community, no one is more welcoming than Jude. Lexi, a former foster child with a dark past, quickly becomes Mia's best friend. Then Zach falls in love with Lexi and the three become inseparable. Jude does everything to keep her kids out of harm's way. But senior year of high school tests them all. It's a dangerous, explosive season of drinking, driving, parties, and kids who want to let loose. And then on a hot summer's night, one bad decision is made. In the blink of an eye, the Farraday family will be torn apart and Lexi will lose everything. In the years that follow, each must face the consequences of that single night and find a way to forget...or the courage to forgive. Vivid, universal, and emotionally complex, Night Road raises profound questions about motherhood, identity, love, and forgiveness. It is a luminous, heartbreaking novel that captures both the exquisite pain of loss and the stunning power of hope. This is Kristin Hannah at her very best, telling an unforgettable story about the longing for family, the resilience of the human heart, and the courage it takes to forgive the people we love. "You cannot read Night Road and not be affected by the story and the characters. The total impact of the book will stay with you for days to come after it is finished." —The Huffington Post

The Wizard Of London by Mercedes Lackey

Title The Wizard of London
Author Mercedes Lackey
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2006-10-03
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 1101118229
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The fourth novel in Mercedes Lackey's magical Elemental Masters series reimagines the fairy tale The Snow Queen in a richly-detailed alternate Victorian England The letter that introduced twelve-year-old Sarah Jane Lyon-White to Isabelle Harton, who ran the Harton School in central London, seemed quite simple and straightforward. But it was what was not written in the letter that resonated to Isabelle’s own finely tuned “extra” senses: “Sarah has gifts we cannot train,” the letter whispered to her, “nor can anyone we know. Those we trust tell us that you can….” And it was true, for the Harton School was far from ordinary. It was Isabelle’s job to train children who possessed the odd types of magic that could not be trained by London’s powerful Elemental Masters: clairvoyants, telepaths, those with the ability to sense hidden danger, the vision to see into the past, and even that rarest of all talents: the ability to see and communicate with the dead. But Isabelle was uneasy, for though she knew that Sarah Jane had a touch of telepathy, there seemed to be something else about the girl—something that had not yet manifested. And Isabelle was right to be worried, for as soon as Sarah’s full talents became evident, there was an attempt made on her life. For Sarah was that rarest of magicians: a true medium, and for some reason, a powerful Elemental Master wanted her dead. Isabelle knew that to protect her ward she would have to seek help from the Elemental Masters of the city. That meant she would also see Lord David Alderscroft, the man she had once loved, but who had inexplicably chilled toward her and broken her heart long ago—for he was the leader of the city’s Elemental Masters, the man who was now called the Wizard of London.

Title The Legendary Tales of the Wizards 3
Author Mark Irlanda
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release Date 2014-06-13
Category Fiction
Total Pages 318
ISBN 9781496912756
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ever wish to ride upon the wings of an angel? Ever wish to be friends with a whimsical gnome? Ever wish to be a part of a world where magic rules in the place of law? Of course you have. These wishes are better known as fantasies or dreams as dreams help us to live a more fanciful life as our lives might not be that of which we had hoped. Fantasies... Thoughts we can only dare to dream as the dream may never come true but for one boy it has... Burris Samson is a magical boy of eleven, going on twenty. A boy put in the position to decide the fate of a parallel world of wizardry, creatures of fantasy’s belief and so far, has done what most men, kings and warriors fear to dare. Burris Samson accepts the challenges of an alternate world without prize but will come to discover more than he bargained for. Death’s wish of a love returned. A lost desire to know the man of whom he thought had abandoned he and his mother long before his birth. A journey he heavies, not just for the world whom appointed him but a journey of self, which he still fights alongside the magical friends he has made throughout his fantastical dream.

Title The Origin of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Author Michele Rubatino
Publisher iUniverse
Release Date 2010-05
Category Literary Collections
Total Pages 108
ISBN 9781450228008
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The fantasyland of Oz continues to fascinate steadfast Oz fans. They sympathize with the tin woodsman in his need for a heart, the cowardly lion in his need for courage, and with Dorothy as she searches for a way to return home to Kansas. In the Origin of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz, author Michele Rubatino reveals the mystery behind the evidence regarding the source of the maps found in Tik-Tok of Oz. Rubatino discusses the origin of the maps that Baum claims he discovered, rather than penned from his own imagination. The Origin of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz provides evidence to show the maps found in the Oz books, forty of them in all, were derived from drawing blueprints taken from the text of a King James Version Bible dating from around 1611. This information found by Baum formed the foundation for the creation of this fantasy series. Rubatino's discovery will help Oz enthusiasts, theologians, and all interested in the works of Baum to decipher the many facets he included in his stories. It will help fans gain a better perspective on the mysteries still to be found in the Bible and the Oz series.

Health Healing And Religion by David R. Kinsley

Title Health Healing and Religion
Author David R. Kinsley
Publisher Pearson College Division
Release Date 1996
Category Religion
Total Pages 212
ISBN STANFORD:36105017105482
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Explicitly dealing with the religious aspects of healing and healers, this unique and intriguing book examines illness, healing, and religion in cross-cultural perspective by looking at how sickness is understood and treated in a wide variety of cultures. Centered around three principle themes, the text: A) illustrates how crucial it is to frame illness in a meaningful context in every culture and how this process is almost always bound up with religious, spiritual, and moral concerns; B) shows how many beliefs, strategies, and practices that characterize traditional cultures also appear in Christianity, putting healing in the Christian tradition in a broad, rational context, and; C) discusses the continuities between traditional, explicitly religious, and modern medical cultures -- demonstrating that many features of modern scientific medicine are symbolic and ritualistic, and that many aspects and practices of modern medicine are similar to healing as seen in traditional, pre-scientific medical cultures. For those in the religious, anthropological and medical professions.

Title The Wizard of Simonton Pond
Author John R. Clark
Publisher ePublishing Works!
Release Date 2011-09-30
Category Fiction
Total Pages 405
ISBN 9781614171355
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Berek Metcalf gathers the courage to ask Julia Tilman to the Mayflower Dance, the last thing he expects is a beating from her ex-boyfriend. Little does he know that his plan to run and hide at his uncle's camp in the Maine wilderness will set in motion the adventure of a lifetime. That adventure takes place, not in the Maine woods, but halfway across the universe and includes dealing with some pretty scary creatures; dragons, orcs, a magic-using thief and a band of fanatics bent on destroying a reclusive race known as the Snowlords and anyone willing to help them. The rewards are great too, including meeting a young woman who quickly makes Berek forget all about his humiliation on the grounds of Simonton High.

Discovering Anthropology by Carol R. Ember

Title Discovering Anthropology
Author Carol R. Ember
Publisher Prentice Hall
Release Date 2006
Category Education
Total Pages 249
ISBN 0132197065
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This collection of case studies provides examples of anthropologists working in a variety of settings. The case studies are correlated to the chapters of Cultural Anthropology 12/E, the end of chapter material in the text contains discussion and homework questions directly tied to the case study.

Catalog Of Copyright Entries by Library of Congress. Copyright Office

Title Catalog of Copyright Entries
Author Library of Congress. Copyright Office
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1977
Category American drama
Total Pages 86
ISBN UOM:39015062316347
Language English, Spanish, and French
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