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Top Ten Best Seller List for February 2010

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (March 12, 2010) – Trafford Publishing, the pioneer in on-demand self-publishing, has announced its top best-selling books from February 2010, according to point-of-sale data from major U.S. booksellers.

Teach Your Child to Read in Just Ten Minutes a Day by Sidney Ledson
A book that reveals the phonic program by which preschoolers as young as two begin reading at the Sidney Ledson Institute for Intellectual Advancement. This light-hearted, yet scientifically advanced, method permits parents, schoolteachers and even babysitters to quickly teach children of all ages to read.

My Husband's Affair Became the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me by Anne Bercht
The groundbreaking book on recovering from infidelity and surviving marital affairs...and coming out stronger and more in love than ever. Courageous, bold, honest.

Yoga Posture Adjustments and Assisting by Stephanie Pappas
The first comprehensive guide for yoga teachers and yoga students providing all the details on how to adjust or assist someone while they are performing a yoga posture. With yoga's recent worldwide popularity, this book is invaluable to millions who teach or practice yoga. The book goes beyond just the physical aspects of yoga - it deals honestly with some touchy matters that affect yoga teachers and students alike.

Better Than Steroids by Dr. Warren Willey
A summary of what you need to know to be a successful bodybuilder, athlete or just to look good. It covers in a stepwise fashion, the information you need to succeed. A review of why and how anabolic steroids work, which will lead you into why food programs, eating plans and tricks like the pre and post workout meal are not only comparable to anabolic steroids, but better!

Kidnapped by Pirates by Evelyn Gill Hilton
A true story of fourteen year-old Charles Tilton, who was kidnapped alone in 1814 from a New England whaler by some of Jean Lafitte’s rogue pirates. They brought the boy to their Galveston Island base, just off the Texas coast and presented him to Lafitte as a ransom prize.

Pia…me by Pia Jacobsen A book that takes the reader through the myriad of fashion and lifestyle choices that are common to young women today. Inspired by the young celebrities with their headline-grabbing escapades, the author felt she had to say something to help steer girls in the right direction, both in terms of fashion and lifestyle.

The Magic Bullet by Allan Baylis
An action oriented book focused on implementation. The book has a 21 day action plan that the reader must commit to for 21 consecutive days. The thrust of the book is the synergistic relationship between attitudes and skills. In addition the author argues that there has been an over emphasis on drilling for relevant skills and little emphasis on developing a positive learning attitude.

Poverty and Prison by Chris “Champ” Napier
This memoir narrates Napier’s story as he navigates a childhood of poverty in Prichard, Alabama; serves more than a decade and a half in prison; and transforms his life by becoming Muslim and devoting his life to Allah.

Once Upon a Pose by Donna Freeman
Once Upon a Pose will provide parents and teachers with all they need to know to practice yoga with kids. This one-of-a-kind guide shows you how to teach yoga to kids ages 3-12, pose descriptions with cheerful models, breathing exercises with suggestions for asthmatics, and relaxation techniques with easy to implement five-minute guided imagery sessions.

La Voix De Dieu by Jacques M. Valbrun [French – Language]
A book of poetry inspired by the love of God and admiration for humanity.

Cigars and Other Passions by Peter Hochstein
NOT YOUR EVERYDAY CIGAR MOGUL For more than 60 years, Edgar Cullman was king of the cigar business. Whether it was top-of-the-line cigars like Macanudo and Punch or mass market products like White Owls, Tiparillos and Tijuana Smalls, Edgar influenced what people were puffing, the cigar jingles they were humming, where the cigars came from and how they were made.

Rambling on Saint Martin by Gérard M. Hunt
“Gérard M. Hunt is a man without a country, trying to piece together in essays, editorials and scholarship a country of his own from three quite separate nations: French Colonial by birth and upbringing; United States by military service and higher education; and Canada by profession in teaching and scholarship.

Lighten Up For Learning by Brenda Robinson
This book has been prepared to invite other parents, grandparents, educators, coaches and administrators to think about ways to bring the joy back. Learning should be exciting, interesting, “joy filled” and just plain fun. Let this chronicle of the “school” experience challenge your thinking and your approaches to the learning environment. Lighten Up!!

Open Window by Mike Miller
Why do I write
Using the written work, I can portray
The full color spectrum of a prism
In black on white

Prayer: A Force that Causes Change by David Williamson
Prayer is an expression of needs and faith, but also a way to build a long-lasting relationship with God. In this third volume of Faithful in Prayer, David Williamson shares a series of articles that encourage prayer that, with God’s answers, can transform the seemingly impossible into something very possible.

CALLED TO SERVE by Lyman Coleman
An action filled historical novel centered on the role of a combat chaplain in Afghanistan working out of Kandahar Airfield. Here the protagonist is in contact with American, British and other Coalition padres who act in solidarity supporting each other while attending to the casualties of war.

Winder Hollow by R. F. McClure
There are no second chances for life versus death in the remote hollows of the Appalachian Mountains. Alma Lee Holcomb, a young woman of sixteen and her younger brother, Jacob, discover this when a tragic accident takes the lives of their parents, Winfred and Grace. The children’s lives are turned upside down, far beyond anything imaginable. Setting their grief aside, they immerse themselves in the task of surviving within the isolation of Winder Hollow.

Season of Waiting by Melanie Maniver
The Depression is well known to the Greatest Generation. And this author tells it like it was in Season of Waiting. The story takes place in Oakville, where Sarah and her friends must deal with the changes in their lives as the effects of the Great Depression become their reality. Melanie Maniver's first published book, Song of the Night Bird, is still selling after 30 years and Season of Waiting should be its equal.

Tras La Sombra de El Che Guevara by Douglas Fuentes [Spanish – Language]
A book dedicated to all those who live their lives after the ideal of freedom of the famous guerrilla commander. It recounts some of the latest developments concerning the life and history of this great Latin American hero, and narrates many of the problems that were experienced in El Salvador during the years of civil war during the eighties.

Love Lines by Scribble Sisters
"Lyrical Love Lines..." is a book of love poetry written from a whole different prospective and much better style than the typical "Roses are red, violets are blue" type poems that maybe you've heard and read. It's chapters are categorized into three aspects: Love, Problems and Passion to either help inspire healthier relationships, aide in decreasing dismay or animosity if things go wrong in the relationship or perhaps increase the desire and intimate emotions for your particular partner.
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