Das Mondjahr 2019
Author: Johanna Paungger, Thomas Poppe
Publisher: Mosaik Verlag
Seit über 25 Jahren vermitteln die Bestseller von Johanna Paungger und Thomas Poppe das alte Wissen um die Natur- und Mondrhythmen. Fit, gesund und schön sein aus eigener Kraft, mühelose Hausarbeit ohne Chemikalien, ein blühender Garten voller kerngesunder Pflanzen mit reicher Ernte. Nur mit Hilfe eines Mondkalenders kann man dieses Wissen im Alltag umsetzen. Der Tageskalender enthält alle Symbole und liefert Grundregeln des Mondwissens und zeitlose Weisheiten. Kleine Geschichten und Texte illustrieren und erläutern das Wirken der Mondrhythmen. Ein unterhaltsamer und informativer Begleiter durchs ganze Jahr. Mit Mini-Mondkalendern für die wichtigsten Tätigkeiten im Überblick.
Author: Johanna Paungger, Thomas Poppe
Publisher: Goldmann Verlag
Kompaktes Mondwissen von A bis Z: Das unentbehrliche Nachschlagewerk für alle Mondfreunde Mit ihren Bestsellern „Vom richtigen Zeitpunkt“ und „Aus eigener Kraft“ ist es Johanna Paungger und Thomas Poppe gelungen, das Jahrtausende alte Wissen um die Einflüsse der Mondrhythmen wieder in das Bewusstsein der Menschen zu heben. „Das Mondlexikon – vom richtigen Zeitpunkt“ ist ein umfangreiches Nachschlagewerk, das von Aderlass bis Zahnarztbesuch in alphabetischer Reihenfolge alles Wissenswerte rund um den Mond enthält.
Author: Mark Lauren, Maggie Greenwood-Robinson
Publisher: Ballantine Books
"Lauren reveals for the first time his ... concept of 'calorie cycling, ' the secret weight-loss weapon that employs a simple week-by-week schedule of calorie and carbohydrate increases and decreases to trick the metabolism and keep the body in fat-burning mode. Lauren provides a ... meal guide and more than fifty ... breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack recipes, formulated around the 'Magnificent 7': meats, fish, vegetables, fruit, grains, nuts, and seeds. Complementing this new eating plan is a series of ten-minute workouts that use your own body for resistance"--
Author: Ida ehrlich
Author: Erin Miller
Teetering awkwardly on the brink of insanity, unable to handle life in snowy, cold, ultra-conservative North Idaho, Carl and Erin sold their house and set out in search of a new place to call home. Suddenly finding themselves completely free of responsibilities, jobless, and with a little spare cash in the bank, it didn't take long before their serious search for a new life took some unexpected twists and turns. "What do you think we should do when we return to the States?" Erin asked Carl, as they sat outside a tiny cafe sipping coffee. It was a question that had been plaguing her for weeks as they budget travelled across South East Asia in an attempt to avoid winter (and reality). "I've been thinking about it, and I think we should thru-hike the Pacific Crest Trail." Was Carl's totally unexpected reply. Spend months on end traipsing through the wilderness, petting bunnies and chasing rainbows, as they hiked 2,660 miles from Mexico to Canada? How could Erin possibly say no? Life Rule #1: Never, ever, turn down an adventure. Friends wagered they wouldn't last a week, but before they knew it, days turned into months as they made their way across America at three miles an hour. As Carl and Erin morphed into Bearclaw and Hummingbird, they found that being hikertrash suited them. Though they will both admit the trail was life altering, there were no great epiphanies, no magic answers to all of life's burning questions, no "ah-ha " moments when suddenly life made sense. This is not a tale of personal growth. Through blisters and shin splints, jaw-dropping landscapes and craptastically unspectacular forests, searing heat and pouring rain, complete hilarity and utter exhaustion, this is the story of what day-to-day life is really like on one of America's greatest trails. As told through Hummingbird's journal entries, this is the story of life on the trail - the people you meet, the things you see, and how, mile by mile, you eventually become Hikertrash. Includes: 6 Overview Maps to Follow our Journey 19 Black & White Photos of Sights Along the Trail Leave No Trace Tips Our Gear Lists Our Trail Recipes What Is Hikertrash? Hikertrash: a long distance hiker, shabby and homeless in appearance, rarely bathed and rank in odor, more at home outdoors than in society, with a deep reverence and respect for all things wild.
Author: Leif Davidsen
Publisher: Random House
Peter Lime is trained to hunt down his prey and catch them on film. But now he is the one being hunted. Whose prey has he become? And what is it that he has that these people will kill to get? Lime is a Danish paparazzo, living in Madrid. For more than 20 years he has stalked and captured the rich and famous on film, making vast sums of money from exposing their secrets - the more salacious the image, the bigger the fee. But lately he's been thinking of giving it up. His wife and child have changed his life, and now he dreams of doing a job that his daughter can be proud of. Then he goes on a routine assignment, snapping a Spanish minister out sailing with his mistress, and suddenly his world is turned upside down. When a fire destroys his home, but not all of his photographs, Lime sets out to discover a motive and finds himself drawn into the complex and terrifying web of international terrorism.
Author: Alexandra Burt
Like Girl on the Train and Gone Girl, Remember Mia is a riveting psychological suspense, exploring what happens when a young mother’s worst nightmare becomes devastatingly real… First I remember the darkness. Then I remember the blood. I don’t know where my daughter is. Estelle Paradise wakes up in a hospital after being found near dead at the bottom of a ravine with a fragmented memory and a vague sense of loss. Then a terrifying reality sets in: her daughter is missing. Days earlier, Estelle discovered her baby’s crib empty in their Brooklyn apartment. There was no sign of a break-in, but all traces of seven-month-old Mia had disappeared. Her diapers, her clothes, her bottles—all gone. Frustrated and unable to explain her daughter’s disappearance, Estelle begins a desperate search. But when the lack of evidence casts doubt on her story, Estelle becomes the number one suspect in the eyes of the police and the media. As hope of reuniting with Mia becomes all she has left, Estelle will do anything to find answers: What has she done to her baby? And what has someone else done to her? From the Trade Paperback edition.
Author: Anthony Doerr
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Set on four continents, stories about memory.
Author: Mary Berg
Publisher: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company
Money can buy you freedom. But what about happiness? When Jocelyne looks at herself in the mirror, she sees a middle-aged, married woman who runs a dressmaking shop in a small provincial French town and lives a very ordinary existence. But what happened to all those dreams she had when she was seventeen? Then she wins millions on the lottery and has the chance to change her life for ever. So why does she find herself reluctant to accept the money? To help her decide what to do, she begins to compile a list of her heart's desires, never suspecting for one moment that the decision might be taken out of her hands ...
Franz Marc's famous Sketchbook from the Field contains thirty-six small-format pencil drawings that were produced between March and June 1915 - just a few months before the artist's death in March 1916. These precious sheets, which are among the last works produced by Marc, are his artistic legacy. In spite of their miniature scale, the sketches are among the greatest creations of drawing in the twentieth century. They mark the beginning of an age, and yet their Promethean energy points to the future. Delicately lyrical elements in them are linked with a deep constructivist spirit that does not only reflect the avant-garde of the new century, but even today, one hundred years later, has not lost any of its startling modernity.