Cuddle Me Kill Me

Cuddle Me  Kill Me
Author: Richard Peirce
Publsiher: Penguin Random House South Africa
Total Pages: 200
Release: 2018-05-01
Genre: Nature
ISBN: 9781775845942

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Canned lion hunting sprang to the world’s attention with the 2015 launch of the documentary, Blood Lions. This movie blew the cover off a brutal industry that has burgeoned in the last decade or so, operating largely under the radar of public concern. In Cuddle Me Kill Me, veteran wildlife campaigner Richard Peirce reveals horrifying facts about the industry. He tells the true story of two male lions rescued from breeding farms The exploitation and misery of these apex predators when they are bred in captivity How young cubs are removed from their mothers mere hours after birth How they are first used for petting by an adoring (and paying) public Their subsequent use for ‘walking with lions’ tourism And how, in the final stage of exploitation, they are served up in fenced enclosure for execution by canned hunters – or simply shot by breeders for the value of their carcass, a prized product in the East. Well researched by Peirce with the help of an undercover agent, and illustrated with photos taken along the way, this is a disturbing and passionate plea to end commercial captive lion breeding and the repurposing of wildlife to cater for human greed.

Cuddle Me Kill Me

Cuddle Me  Kill Me
Author: Richard Peirce
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2018-08-19
Genre: Nature
ISBN: 1775845931

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Richard Peirce, veteran campaigner against shark abuse, tackles another controversy in this new book, that of lion breeding and canned hunting - a huge and growing industry. Cubs are often taken from their mothers when only days old to promote repeat breeding, and are sold into the petting industry. When they grow too big for petting, many are sent to tourist attractions where 'walking with lions' is offered; when they outgrow this use they are at the end of the lion production line and are executed in small enclosures by canned hunters, or simply shot by lion breeders for the value of their carcass - up to R100,000 (approximately $8,500 USD). This book tells the true stories of two male lions, Obi and Oliver, rescued from breeding farms. An investigatory road trip by the author uncovered horrifying facts about the industry, resulting in this evocative, disturbing and moving plea to end commercial captive lion breeding, and to help sway the next CITES meeting into banning the trade in all lion products without exemptions. Fast-paced and well researched, the book is richly illustrated with photos taken along the way.

Her and Me and You

Her and Me and You
Author: Lauren Strasnick
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 171
Release: 2011-08-23
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
ISBN: 9781416982678

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Struggling with family problems but determined to make new friends after moving and missing Evie her best friend since childhood, Alex is attracted to Fred and he to her despite the jealous meddling of Fred's twin sister Adina.

Spirit Wars

Spirit Wars
Author: Kris Vallotton,Bill Johnson
Publsiher: Baker Books
Total Pages: 208
Release: 2012-01-01
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9780800794934

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As You Approach Your Destiny, the Enemy Will Do Anything to Stop You In the invisible war raging around us, many believers struggle with fear, anxiety, depression, self-hatred and panic attacks. Why? And how can we claim victory? This leader's guide provides everything you need to develop a bold new strategy for spiritual warfare. Ideal for facilitating small groups, Bible studies and church classes, this leader's guide walks you through every single session. Perfect for seasoned leaders and new leaders alike, it includes a prayer focus, agenda, group discussion questions and suggested answers, along with immediate application and video listening guides for each session. Using this guide, you'll help your group · Find freedom from demonic oppression · Engage the enemy on biblical terms · Cast out demons in Jesus' name · Break generational curses Victory is in your grasp. Learn how to take hold of it!

Dead Girls

Dead Girls
Author: Abigail Tarttelin
Publsiher: Pan Macmillan
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2018-05-03
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781509852772

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It's 1999 and Thera Wilde is NOT a victim . . . From the award-winning author of Golden Boy, Dead Girls tells a story of Girl Power, murder and revenge. 'Tarttelin is a natural storyteller' Matt Haig A quiet community is shocked by the murder of an eleven-year-old girl. As police swarm the village, fear compels parents to keep their children indoors. Unbeknown to her Mum and Dad, though, one girl roams free. That girl is Thera Wilde. Thera was the murdered girl’s best friend. Together they were unstoppable and, even alone, Thera is not afraid: it’s 1999. Girls can do anything. And Thera reckons she can find the killer before the police do. 'Sometimes brutal, often tender, and always compelling' Emily St. John Mandel, author of Station Eleven, on Golden Boy

Scarred

Scarred
Author: Sophie Andrews
Publsiher: Hodder
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2012-05-24
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9781444719611

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Growing up, Sophie carried a terrible secret. She was her fathers slave, in the most horrific ways imaginable. At just a few months old she was adopted by a couple that seemed comfortably off and perfectly respectable to the outside world. But behind closed doors, Sophies childhood was a living hell. Her father spent the next decade grooming her for abuse and when Sophies mother left for good, that very night, he told Sophie that from now on she would sleep in his bed. Unable to cope, Sophie spiralled into suicidal misery. She began to self-harm to try and escape the agony. But one day she went too far and at 16, ended up in a psychiatric unit. It was here that she finally confronted the horrors of home and began the painful journey of rebuilding her life. A phenomenally courageous woman, Sophie now works for the Samaritans and helps other young people in need. Harrowing yet compelling, this is a searing and truly inspirational account of overcoming the worst abuse and self-harm.

The Outsiders

The Outsiders
Author: S. E. Hinton
Publsiher: Pearson UK
Total Pages: 204
Release: 2019
Genre: Bullying
ISBN: 9781292310565

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The struggle of three brothers to stay together after their parent's death and their quest for identity among the conflicting values of their adolescent society.

When the Bough Breaks

When the Bough Breaks
Author: Katie Reid
Publsiher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 246
Release: 2010-04
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780557205172

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Letters written from the children who lose their lives to their frightened mothers, selfish fathers, and the rest of our country that does not care about the least of us.