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Monster Sanctuary Steam Key GLOBAL
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Choose your spectral familiar and follow in your ancestors’ footsteps to become a Monster keeper and save the Monster Sanctuary.Embark on an epic adventure using the powers of the monsters you collect, and the team you build, to unlock an ever-expanding world. On your quest to become the ultimate Monster Keeper you’ll unravel the cause of a mystery that threatens the peace between humans and monsters.Explore a Metroidvania inspired world.The powers of your monsters will allow you to explore and expand the world. Cut down vines, smash down walls and glide over gaps- all with the help of your monsters.Assemble your team.Hatch collect and train monsters from across the world and build your team. Every monster has a unique skill tree to allow you to customize and tailor your party.Clash in tactical 3V3 combat.Strategically order your attacks for maximum efficiency, stacking your blows to create combos.Grind and find the best combo to earn the rarest monster eggs!

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Change Your Habits in Just Five Minutes a Day: ...
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Want to eliminate bad habits in your life but battling to make them stick? Do you want to get out of the cycle of constant disappointment and learn how you can change your habits and change your life? This book will teach you how to get rid of even the most stubborn habits in as little as five minutes a day. Does that sound too easy? You bet it is, and that's why changing your habit this way is so successful. If you are tired of time management hacks that go nowhere, starting over again and again trying to succeed in habit stacking, or if you think you have no willpower left, think again. Willpower doesn't even come into the equation if you use the simple steps detailed in this book. This book will walk you through every stage - from setting your goals and identifying the habits to change, up to what you need to do when you succeed. Listen to the book. Rewire and change your brain. Employ the power of habits to succeed in life! Smart Reads exists to provide you with the highest quality information in the least amount of time. Our team of professional writers work with experts on given topics to give you the content that matters quickly. Our books are short, simple, and highly informative so you get important information right away. We also pay it forward by donating 5% of our profit to Pencils of Promise to help build schools, train teachers, and support child education. Choose Smart Reads and get smart in less time. 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Kresser. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/091321/bk_acx0_091321_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Selling Mrs. Consumer
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This first book-length treatment of the life and work of Christine Frederick (1883-1970) reveals an important dilemma that faced educated women of the early twentieth century. Contrary to her professional role as home efficiency expert, advertising consultant, and consumer advocate, Christine Frederick espoused the nineteenth-century ideal of preserving the virtuous home -- and a woman's place in it. In an effort to reconcile her desire to succeed in the public sphere of modernization and consumerism with the knowledge that most middle-class Americans still held traditional beliefs about gender roles, Frederick fashioned a career for herself that encouraged other women to remain at home. With the rise of home economics and scientific management, Frederick -- college-educated but confined to the drudgery of housework -- devised a plan for bringing the public sphere into the domestic. Her home would become her factory. She learned how to standardize tasks by observing labor-saving devices in industry and then applied this knowledge to housework. She standardized dishwashing, for example, by breaking the job into three separate operations: scraping and stacking, washing, and drying and putting away. Determined to train women to become proficient homemakers and efficient managers, Frederick secured a job writing articles for the Ladies' Home Journal. A professional career as home efficiency expert later expanded to include advertising consultant and consumer advocate. Frederick assured male advertisers that she knew women well and promised to help them sell to 'Mrs. Consumer.' While Frederick sought the power and influence available only to men, she promoted a division of labor bygender and therefore served the fall of the early-twentieth-century wave of feminism. Rutherford's engaging account of Christine Frederick's life reflects a dilemma that continues to affect women today -- whether to seek professional gratification or adhere to traditional family

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Selling Mrs. Consumer
47,90 CHF *
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This first book-length treatment of the life and work of Christine Frederick (1883-1970) reveals an important dilemma that faced educated women of the early twentieth century. Contrary to her professional role as home efficiency expert, advertising consultant, and consumer advocate, Christine Frederick espoused the nineteenth-century ideal of preserving the virtuous home -- and a woman's place in it. In an effort to reconcile her desire to succeed in the public sphere of modernization and consumerism with the knowledge that most middle-class Americans still held traditional beliefs about gender roles, Frederick fashioned a career for herself that encouraged other women to remain at home. With the rise of home economics and scientific management, Frederick -- college-educated but confined to the drudgery of housework -- devised a plan for bringing the public sphere into the domestic. Her home would become her factory. She learned how to standardize tasks by observing labor-saving devices in industry and then applied this knowledge to housework. She standardized dishwashing, for example, by breaking the job into three separate operations: scraping and stacking, washing, and drying and putting away. Determined to train women to become proficient homemakers and efficient managers, Frederick secured a job writing articles for the Ladies' Home Journal. A professional career as home efficiency expert later expanded to include advertising consultant and consumer advocate. Frederick assured male advertisers that she knew women well and promised to help them sell to 'Mrs. Consumer.' While Frederick sought the power and influence available only to men, she promoted a division of labor bygender and therefore served the fall of the early-twentieth-century wave of feminism. Rutherford's engaging account of Christine Frederick's life reflects a dilemma that continues to affect women today -- whether to seek professional gratification or adhere to traditional family

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Parrot Tricks
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KEEP YOUR PARROT STIMULATED AND ACTIVE, AND HE WILL KEEP YOU ENTERTAINED! By nature, parrots are inquisitive, intelligent, and social animals. You can capitalize on these characteristics and obedience train your bird, teaching him behaviors that will make your life and his more enjoyable--behaviors such as stepping on your hand or wrist on command, and going to a designated perch. Then you can progress to teach him all kinds of tricks. He'll love the attention, communication, and socialization. From the essential basics of obedience training to awesome tricks that will amuse and amaze your friends, Parrot Tricks covers: * Techniques to use during the 'get acquainted' period * Setting up a training area and using food as a training tool * Training basics such as targeting, luring, and using cues * Necessary obedience skills such as step up, come, perch, and stay * The basic retrieve command, the foundation of many tricks * Simple tricks such as shake hands, high five, kiss, and take a bow * Tricks based on the retrieve command, including basketball, ring on the peg, and stacking cups * Advanced tricks such as pulling a wagon, pushing a grocery cart, raising a flag, and riding a skateboard * Innovative tricks that showcase your bird's natural abilities * Chaining tricks, such as recycling and going to the mailbox * Verbalizations and talking using the Rival/Model Method or the Positive Reward Method * Directions for making simple props With this book, patience, and practice, you'll build your understanding of and relationship with your bird as you build a repertoire of tricks. You can get your parrot to jump through hoops for you--literally!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Idaho
10,00 CHF *
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**WINNER OF THE INTERNATIONAL DUBLIN LITERARY AWARD** 'I love Idaho' Paula Hawkins, bestselling author of The Girl on the Train This sharp, stunning debut novel and Irish bestseller about grief, loss and redemption is your next literary obsession One hot August day a family drives to a mountain clearing to collect birch wood. Jenny, the mother, is in charge of lopping any small limbs off the logs with a hatchet. Wade, the father, does the stacking. The two daughters, June and May, aged nine and six, drink lemonade, swat away horseflies, bicker, sing snatches of songs as they while away the time. But then Jenny does something unspeakable, an act so extreme it will scatter the family in every different direction, and leave dark unanswered questions for years to come. 'Unflinching...multi-layered storytelling that is both beautiful and devastating' Rachel Joyce, author of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry 'A puzzle that enthrals from the outset' Guardian 'Hauntingly brilliant, this book will stay with you for days after you've put it down' Evening Standard, Books of the Year

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Selling Mrs. Consumer
87,99 € *
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This first book-length treatment of the life and work of Christine Frederick (1883-1970) reveals an important dilemma that faced educated women of the early twentieth century. Contrary to her professional role as home efficiency expert, advertising consultant, and consumer advocate, Christine Frederick espoused the nineteenth-century ideal of preserving the virtuous home -- and a woman's place in it. In an effort to reconcile her desire to succeed in the public sphere of modernization and consumerism with the knowledge that most middle-class Americans still held traditional beliefs about gender roles, Frederick fashioned a career for herself that encouraged other women to remain at home. With the rise of home economics and scientific management, Frederick -- college-educated but confined to the drudgery of housework -- devised a plan for bringing the public sphere into the domestic. Her home would become her factory. She learned how to standardize tasks by observing labor-saving devices in industry and then applied this knowledge to housework. She standardized dishwashing, for example, by breaking the job into three separate operations: scraping and stacking, washing, and drying and putting away. Determined to train women to become proficient homemakers and efficient managers, Frederick secured a job writing articles for the Ladies' Home Journal. A professional career as home efficiency expert later expanded to include advertising consultant and consumer advocate. Frederick assured male advertisers that she knew women well and promised to help them sell to 'Mrs. Consumer.' While Frederick sought the power and influence available only to men, she promoted a division of labor bygender and therefore served the fall of the early-twentieth-century wave of feminism. Rutherford's engaging account of Christine Frederick's life reflects a dilemma that continues to affect women today -- whether to seek professional gratification or adhere to traditional family

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Selling Mrs. Consumer
35,99 € *
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This first book-length treatment of the life and work of Christine Frederick (1883-1970) reveals an important dilemma that faced educated women of the early twentieth century. Contrary to her professional role as home efficiency expert, advertising consultant, and consumer advocate, Christine Frederick espoused the nineteenth-century ideal of preserving the virtuous home -- and a woman's place in it. In an effort to reconcile her desire to succeed in the public sphere of modernization and consumerism with the knowledge that most middle-class Americans still held traditional beliefs about gender roles, Frederick fashioned a career for herself that encouraged other women to remain at home. With the rise of home economics and scientific management, Frederick -- college-educated but confined to the drudgery of housework -- devised a plan for bringing the public sphere into the domestic. Her home would become her factory. She learned how to standardize tasks by observing labor-saving devices in industry and then applied this knowledge to housework. She standardized dishwashing, for example, by breaking the job into three separate operations: scraping and stacking, washing, and drying and putting away. Determined to train women to become proficient homemakers and efficient managers, Frederick secured a job writing articles for the Ladies' Home Journal. A professional career as home efficiency expert later expanded to include advertising consultant and consumer advocate. Frederick assured male advertisers that she knew women well and promised to help them sell to 'Mrs. Consumer.' While Frederick sought the power and influence available only to men, she promoted a division of labor bygender and therefore served the fall of the early-twentieth-century wave of feminism. Rutherford's engaging account of Christine Frederick's life reflects a dilemma that continues to affect women today -- whether to seek professional gratification or adhere to traditional family

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Parrot Tricks
16,90 € *
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KEEP YOUR PARROT STIMULATED AND ACTIVE, AND HE WILL KEEP YOU ENTERTAINED! By nature, parrots are inquisitive, intelligent, and social animals. You can capitalize on these characteristics and obedience train your bird, teaching him behaviors that will make your life and his more enjoyable--behaviors such as stepping on your hand or wrist on command, and going to a designated perch. Then you can progress to teach him all kinds of tricks. He'll love the attention, communication, and socialization. From the essential basics of obedience training to awesome tricks that will amuse and amaze your friends, Parrot Tricks covers: * Techniques to use during the 'get acquainted' period * Setting up a training area and using food as a training tool * Training basics such as targeting, luring, and using cues * Necessary obedience skills such as step up, come, perch, and stay * The basic retrieve command, the foundation of many tricks * Simple tricks such as shake hands, high five, kiss, and take a bow * Tricks based on the retrieve command, including basketball, ring on the peg, and stacking cups * Advanced tricks such as pulling a wagon, pushing a grocery cart, raising a flag, and riding a skateboard * Innovative tricks that showcase your bird's natural abilities * Chaining tricks, such as recycling and going to the mailbox * Verbalizations and talking using the Rival/Model Method or the Positive Reward Method * Directions for making simple props With this book, patience, and practice, you'll build your understanding of and relationship with your bird as you build a repertoire of tricks. You can get your parrot to jump through hoops for you--literally!

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 03.06.2020
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