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Main Street : 'tis The Season

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It's December, and Flora and Ruby's first Christmas in Camden Falls is getting close.

There's snow on the ground, fairy lights are twinkling all over Main Street and someone is getting a surprise visit from Santa Claus! Everyone is feeling very festive. Everyone except Olivia, who's had some devastating news. Her family might have to move away, unless her parents can find jobs nearby.

Flora, Ruby and Nikki must come up with a plan to help their friend so they can all celebrate Christmas together...


Our Christmas Tree

RRP $13.99

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A beautiful Christmas-themed, touch-and-feel board book!

Little ones will love this Christmas-themed, touch-and-feel book that they can touch and pet, in which a Christmas tree is brought from the cold woods into the home to decorate and wait for Santa. Kids can touch and feel fluffy snow, a squishy ornament, a shiny star, a rough Christmas tree, and a soft present. Filled with repetitive text and bright, friendly art, this book is perfect for the youngest of readers.


A Christmas Tree (richard Foster Classics)

RRP $15.99

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Clearly a literary great, Charles Dickens gave his gifts to the world many years ago with his classic tales. Enjoy Dickens' imagination as you read one of his classic Christmas short stories, "A Christmas Tree." *Classic cream color pages* *Matte cover* -Richard Foster Classics Collection-


I'll Be Home For Christmas

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"A collection of heartwarming holiday stories from today's stars of passionate romance " LINDA LAEL MILLER

delivers a holiday miracle in the bittersweet tale of a young woman who can't hide her broken heart -- or her past -- when she returns to her hometown. But a sexy widower may just help her discover the true meaning of home in "Christmas of the Red Chiefs." CATHERINE MULVANY

spins a fairy tale come true in "Once Upon a Christmas." They flirted as teenagers, but it takes time -- and some divine intervention -- to bring two star-crossed lovers together at last. JULIE LETO

pairs fire and ice in "Meltdown," the sensual tale of a Cuban-American PR whiz whose job description includes thawing out her CEO boss's frosty image. Will their sparks torch into flames of passion? ROXANNE ST. CLAIRE

unwraps the thrills of Christmas in New York, where a female bodyguard toys with a dangerous desire for a mysterious hunk while protecting his young daughter. It's a risky game with passion as the prize in "You Can Count on Me."


Demystifying Wall Street

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This is the book that Wall Street doesn't want you to read. It's a book about my experiences, my insights, and my take on the brokerage business. As a top-producing Wall Street stockbroker for 20 years at some of its largest firms, I had the opportunity to see everything - the junkets, the incentives, the sales strategies, the product preferences, and most of all how customers are treated. Demystifying Wall Street begins with some of my personal experiences, how I went from being a car salesman (and musician) to joining one of Wall Street's biggest brokerages. And then it explains how I discovered that car dealerships and brokerages operate in very much the same way: by incentives. More compelling, the book reveals a perspective that is often lost on consumers: Salesmen, whether of stocks or cars, are paid to sell products. They work, at the end of the day, for the manufacturers of those products and therefore their interests are never aligned with buyers. Those buyers on Wall Street are you. This is the flaw in the Wall Street business model that is at the crux of Demystifying Wall Street. Despite the bull, the advertisements, and all of the lip service, stockbrokers can never be the trusted advisers they portend to be. If they were, and put clients' interests ahead of their own, they'd be broke. Yet, the average income of stockbrokers is several hundred thousand dollars and can stretch up into millions of dollars. I explain how this then translates into a lifestyle trap for Wall Street stockbrokers, how they have to produce, produce, produce, to keep up their means. It shows how bigger and better EVERYTHING is rewarded by brokerage firm management. Managers want brokers to get nicer cars, buy bigger houses. They hold out carrots at the office too - corner offices, secretaries, and trips - all in a design to keep brokers in the firm's nest. Rife with information, including charts, tables, and graphs, Demystifying Wall Street is meant to be used as resource guide, a resource guide, mind you, that tells a story. My personal experiences and anecdotes are meant to grab readers' attention and engage them. But the book itself is full of easy-to-understand financial lessons.



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