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  • How to Plant a Fruit Tree: A Guide for Organic Gardeners: Green Footprint Organic Gardening, Book 2 | Clare Jackson

    How to Plant a Fruit Tree: A Guide for Organic Gardeners: Green Footprint Organic Gardening, Book 2

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    • By Clare Jackson
    • Narrated By Matthew Bannister
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    In this book you'll find everything you need to know about planting a fruiting tree or shrub, in easy to follow steps, using organic and biological techniques. We also cover how to choose fruit trees and how to care for a tree during the first year. Healthy fruit trees will reward you with fruit, year after year, with very little effort on your part. How a fruit tree is planted has a huge influence over how healthy and productive it is, and ultimately how well it feeds you.

  • The Avocado Tree: Your Fruit to Financial Success | Tony Bennett

    The Avocado Tree: Your Fruit to Financial Success

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 28 mins)
    • By Tony Bennett
    • Narrated By Chris Dabbs
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    Do you want to retire early? Is financial freedom important to you-along with health and happiness? Yes? Then this is a must-listen. Following the successful release of The Avocado Tree in South Africa, Tony Bennett brings his story and blueprint for success to the international market. Bennett's fresh and funny memoir, The Avocado Tree, follows him from a working-class childhood to the fulfillment of his personal dream: a comfortable early retirement at age 50.

  • Queer Fish in God's Waiting Room | Lee Henshaw

    Queer Fish in God's Waiting Room

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    • By Lee Henshaw
    • Narrated By Adrian Pasdar
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    "I wrote this book to ask a girl to marry me. It contains instructions on how to build a blackcurrant bath bong, and features a talking fanny... and she still said 'yes'." Set in and around the cities of New York, Mexico, and Caracas, Queer Fish in God's Waiting Room is a cautionary tale for elder brothers and their new girlfriends. Steeped in the traditions of Hemingway and Richard Brautigan, it follows three young slackers, illustrating the value of revelry, relationships and having a repertoire of unbeatable stories to tell.

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