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Is God Behind The Big Blue Sky

Author : Katherine Roberts Moore
ISBN : 9781609117054
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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How does a grandmother answer her grandson's question: Is God Behind the Big Blue Sky? This charming book is one grandmother's response to the theological questions posed by four-year Charlie. His questions are fairly typical of what children ages four to seven would ask. These questions could throw curves to parents who may be caught off guard with such pointed questions about faith and God. Would you know how to answer them? Charlie's questions include, Who is God? and When I fly in a plane, will I see God? The answers to such queries are open-ended and broad. But reading this book will provide a foundation on how to broach such topics with young children. The theme presents responses telling of God's supreme goodness and his overwhelming love for his Creation. God's love is likened to the care that a child receives from a loving parent. These are important spiritual messages for children and adults alike. Katherine Roberts Moore, Christian educator and spiritual director, wrote this book to answer her grandson's questions about God. Silence and centering prayer are most inspiring for me. The actual cessation of activity and going into a silent mode allows me to focus and to think more clearly. She lives with her husband near Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina, and is working on her next book. Publisher's website: http: //
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Big Blue Sky

Author : Peter Garrett
ISBN : 9781925268331
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 56.14 MB
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Peter Garrett's life has been fully and passionately lived. A man of boundless energy, compassion, intelligence and creativity, he has already achieved enough to fill several lives. From his idyllic childhood growing up in the northern suburbs of Sydney, to an early interest in equality and justice; from the height of 1960s culture shock at ANU to fronting iconic Australian band Midnight Oil; from his time as a galvanising activist for the environment to being the only unaligned Cabinet minister in two Labor governments, Garrett has an extraordinary story to tell. He writes movingly about his lifelong mission to protect the environment and his connection with Aboriginal people, about his love for his family and his passion for our country: what it means to him and what it can become. Provocative, entertaining, impassioned and inspiring, this memoir goes to the heart and soul of a remarkable Australian and raises questions crucial to us all.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Big Blue Sky

Author : Bobby J. M. Mcpherson
ISBN : 149285350X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 29.23 MB
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Welcome to the world of The Big, Blue Sky where the Stars, the Clouds, the Comets, the Moon, the Sun and the Earth all have their adventures. This first edition tells the story of Rebel Star and his Too Loud Music. Rebel Star loves to listen to his music very loud and very noisy but not everyone in The Big, Blue Sky feels the same. Sometimes to keep everyone happy we need to compromise and find a positive solution to our problems. That's just what happens in this story as all the characters in the Big, Blue Sky try to help each other find a happy ending.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Big Blue Sky

Author : Will Alexander
ISBN : 1921967757
Genre : Aircraft carriers
File Size : 56.85 MB
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The big blue sky... A view for some, a workplace for others. How would you cope flying one of the fastest machines on earth, valued at over $20 million dollars? Sam the Pilot manages to deal with the pressure and some baddies at the same time!
Category: Aircraft carriers

Big Blue Sky

Author : Violet Plum
ISBN : 1539784738
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Christmas is coming but brothers, Clarence and Luca, don't know what Christmas is. All they can think about is how to get out of their crowded environment and see the big blue sky. Luca says it exists. Clarence isn't so sure. Join Clarence and Luca in this colourfully illustrated moving story which ends magically on Christmas Eve. An inspiring Christmas story to read to little ones.

Kellan And The Big Blue Sky

Author : Merrie Rolland
ISBN : 1508598509
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A MOST EXCITING ADVENTURE . . . Ready for Blast Off! For Kellan the Astronaut, the sky is the limit! This story was inspired by a little boy's curiosity, imagination, and adventurous spirit, together with a required helmet he wore for a year following cranial surgery. With so much to explore, nothing is going to hold him back! Join Kellan the Astronaut on a rocket ship journey from his backyard launch pad to outer space... past bright shooting stars... to the sun, moon, and Mars! An out-of-this-world adventure told in rhyme with charming illustrations that are sure to delight the child in each of us! 10... 9... 8... 7... 6... 5... 4... 3... 2... 1... Zero... Blast Off!

Blue Sky Friendship

Author : Darlene Wall
ISBN : 9781486613793
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Visiting Grandma’s farm is more than an adventure. Grandma remembers friends while gazing at the big BLUE prairie sky. What does BLUE have to do with God’s Friendship? Grandma knows. Find out in this exciting BLUE book.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Blue Skies And Thunder

Author : Virgil Westdale, Stephanie A. Gerdes
ISBN : 9781440182587
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 78.73 MB
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In 1942, Virgil Westdale was a successful young flight instructor when the government ousted him from the Air Corps and demoted him to army private. Having grown up as a Japanese American midwestern farm boy, Westdale had his first taste of Japanese culture when he was sent to train with the all Japanese American unit, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. He was ultimately transferred to the 522nd Artillery Battalion, where, as a member of the Fire Direction Center, he helped push the Germans out of Italy, rescue the “Lost Battalion” in France, and free prisoners from Dachau Concentration Camp in Germany. After the war, Westdale went on to pursue a career in research and development with large corporations. He received twenty-five U.S. patents and earned an international award for his work with photocopier components. In retirement, he has been working for the TSA, returning to the worlds of aviation and national security. Written for the lay reader as well as the history buff, Westdale’s stories of World War II challenge preconceived notions of what we think we know about a soldier’s life in Europe and offer images that go beyond the history books. ---"Spanning over ninety years, Virgil’s amazing and complex life story vividly reflects America’s history from the early 1900s to our current fight against terrorism. His book reads if he were sitting before me casually sharing his life. A highlight of my career––both as an Army officer and a Federal Civil Servant––has been the honor of working with and getting to know Virgil Westdale, a great American. This is a truly fascinating and memorable autobiography." John H. Mumma, Colonel, US Army Retired Federal Security Director, Transportation Security Administration ---"Virgil Westdale’s Blue Skies and Thunder tells a story that is both unique in American history and uniquely American. After growing up as a Midwestern farm boy whose Japanese father had largely assimilated into the local community, he found himself after Pearl Harbor viewed with suspicion by the very government he wanted to serve in the Second World War. Denied a chance to serve as a military pilot, or even as a pilot trainer, he eventually found his way into a newly created Japanese American artillery unit and served with distinction in Italy, France and Germany. Back in the United States, he completed college and made a career for himself as an engineer with multiple patents to his credit, and eventually served his country a second time, as an airport security officer. His account is highly readable and offers insights into a wide range of aspects of both his own life and the world around him." Dr. James Smither, Director Grand Valley State University Veterans History Project
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Blue Sky July

Author : Nia Wyn
ISBN : 9781440630187
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Set between the summers of 1998 and 2005, Blue Sky July follows the story of Nia Wyn, a mother who battled against impossible odds to heal her son Joe, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy soon after he was born. Told by doctors that he would never walk, talk, see, or even recognize her, Wyn devoted her every waking moment to exploring alternative treatments. Through an intimate portrayal of her day-to-day interactions with her son and partner-as well as her own internal struggles, perceptions, and celebrations-Wyn shares her own uplifting story of resilience in the face of tragedy.
Category: Biography & Autobiography