Muse Power: How Recreational Music Making Heals Depression and Other Symptoms of Modern Culture
by Cheri D. LunnMuse Power: How Recreational Music Making Heals Depression and Other Symptoms of Modern Culture
Making music together can help our culture heal and builds community by providing a powerful and unique model. This easy-to-read guide explores the modernization of music and how that has affected everyday people.
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Number Puzzle Jumblers
by Ryan Lamont SloanNumber Puzzle Jumblers
What if I told you that a person with an 89 IQ managed to join Mensa? You would wonder how was that possible. The answer resides within NUMBER PUZZLE JUMBLERS. Number Jumblers are words and/phrases encrypted as numbers.
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History and romantic stories weave through this fascinating tale of life in the 1800s for a girl farrier (blacksmith) and her twin after being forced from their family by the Blood Law. She joins Wheelers Army of Tennessee horse mounted soldiers as one of the few women in the Civil War. Travel the Cherokee homeland in Georgia in the 1840s to the fever-ridden jungles of Cuba in 1898.Read Full Novel
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