The New Farmer's Almanac 2014: Three For Free [NOOK Book]

Overview

After taking a second look at the recipe section of the New Farmer’s Almanac 2014, we noticed it included 47 recipes instead of the 50 we have stated. Instead of revising the edition, we decided to put the three recipes we intended in this free book as a way to introduce ourselves to those who might not be familiar with us.

The New Farmer’s Almanac was the first Farmer’s Almanac to be published in a digital format and gained recognition when it famously predicted the first ...

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The New Farmer's Almanac 2014: Three For Free

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Overview

After taking a second look at the recipe section of the New Farmer’s Almanac 2014, we noticed it included 47 recipes instead of the 50 we have stated. Instead of revising the edition, we decided to put the three recipes we intended in this free book as a way to introduce ourselves to those who might not be familiar with us.

The New Farmer’s Almanac was the first Farmer’s Almanac to be published in a digital format and gained recognition when it famously predicted the first earthquake of 2011. Since then, thousands of farmers, gardeners, and weather enthusiast have enjoyed our predictions, weather guides and recipes to plant their crops, plan their events and entertain their guest with our original content.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045575843
  • Publisher: IMM
  • Publication date: 12/31/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 107,652
  • File size: 129 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2014

    The New Farmer's Almanac 3rd one

    Don't bother, there are three recipes. Nothing else. The recipes aren"t even worth it.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2014

    Ring &infin

    Love it! Once again, l only look at the story. You are exceeding my standards! (If i had any! :D ) Keep going, my dear friend!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2014

    Lin's Review

    Don't have much else to add. Again, paragraphing. Spelling. Description. But good. If you want to know what I mean by descriptive words, go to 'lin' res 1.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2014

    Why

    After much searching I did find out about the rest of the story. And here it is THERE AIN'T NO STORY.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 21, 2014

    Story((Continued))

    ((Hello there as I remember I left off at the 7th race. Character Applications or ideas at result 4))The 7th race was the Hatyns. Hatyns are people with slightly less pointy ears than the elves but they have wings that are many different designs and colors. These people gain magic from the hapiness of others. Hatyns have a special mechanism already built into their bodiesvto where they can get smaller or shorter but it can only turn 8 inches short or less. These people travel all around and live in many different places. Finally the eighth race was the Tsukians. Tsukians gain magic power from an unknown source. Many people have sought it out because Tsukians magic power seemed endless. Tsukians usually control light from the light side of the moon pure and white. These people are disliked by half the races but there usually isn' t a way to tell when they are one because there are many varieties of them. When the first person had finished creating their world the person had looked at the second person's world. The second person had made a world called Earth. This place was filled with people called humans. In this world there were many varieties of places and animals but was a world with no magic. People were advancing in technology and tools slowly but surely. After the creation of earth the two left companians had agreed that both inhabitants from both worlds would eventually reach space and discover the opposite planet. They both agreed they shouldn't let this happen so they figured out a way to prevent it. In all there work there was still one flaw........ The boundry bettween worlds were weak and from time to time and made it possible for people to travel in between worlds but no one new of this not even the creators themselves.((Finished!!!!!!!! Ok so character applications in the 4th result. Try to do people from both worlds to even thing out and the limit of people you can make are 8. I'll make a new chapter as soon as I get characters. The next chapter will be at the next result when I do.))

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