Simply everything you need to know to learn something new; a practical and inspirational course in learning how to appreciate wine Ever wanted to learn more about wine but don't know where to begin? Take the first step with A Little Course in Wine, part of a new series of learning guides from DK where nothing is assumed and everything is explained. Learn at your own pace, in your own time and in the comfort of your own home. Each course follows the same structure; start simple and learn the basics, build on what you've learnt and then show off your new skills! A Little Course in Wine takes you from complete beginner to being able to identify and appreciate wine. Start simple with the differences between key wines, build on your skills with tasting sessions on different grape varieties and show off with wines from different climates and regions. The step-by-step pictures show you what other courses only tell you and the tasting notes throughout help build your confidence. A Little Course in Wine will help you learn your new skill in no time. 8 A Little Course in...titles available including Preserving (9781409364443), Yoga (9781409365235), Pilates (9781409365174), Wine Tasting (9781409365204), Sewing (9781409365198), Knitting (9781409365181), Baking (9781409365211), Growing Fruit & Veg (9781409365228)
Older Women Erotica Are we having fun yet? No! So I put a profile up in this dating website. Older Jewish women seeks shy younger man. To help me spend my money. I hooked up with this cute guy with blond hair. But he just wanted to degrade me and put me on my knees. And I did it all! Bonus Book: Still Sexy. 2/2015
Winner of the Arab American National Museum Book Award for Children's/YA Literature.
"When a war ends it does not go away," my mother says."It hides inside us . . . Just forget!"
In this groundbreaking memoir set in Ramallah during the aftermath of the 1967 Six-Day War, Ibtisam Barakat captures what it is like to be a child whose world is shattered by war. With candor and courage, she stitches together memories of her childhood: fear and confusion as bombs explode near her home and she is separated from her family; the harshness of life as a Palestinian refugee; her unexpected joy when she discovers Alef, the first letter of the Arabic alphabet. This is the beginning of her passionate connection to words, and as language becomes her refuge, allowing her to piece together the fragments of her world, it becomes her true home.
Transcending the particulars of politics, this illuminating and timely book provides a telling glimpse into a little-known culture that has become an increasingly important part of the puzzle of world peace.
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