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Charlotte S Tree

Author : LaFlorya Gauthier
ISBN : 9780595305506
Genre : Fiction
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Charlotte's Tree is a multi-generational saga based on true characters in LaFlorya Gauthier's family history. There are three books: the first chronicles the life and times of Charlotte, LaFlorya's great-great grandmother who was raised by her free midwife Aunt Iona, and relates her epic struggles from 1827 to 1902. The first book opens in Crystal Springs, Mississippi in the year 1827, on the day that an orphaned seven-year old Charlotte accompanies her Aunt Iona on a double mission: to bring Lucie Mae's baby into the world and to "do" for Miz Blaylock, wife of Doctor Blaylock who is Aunt Iona's sponsor and benefactor. As the drama unfolds, Charlotte experiences vicissitudes of life in a small Mississippi town where slave owners and slave "poachers" are as menacingly unpredictable as the poverty of its black families is pervasive. Even the "papers" carefully wrapped in oiled parchment and carried as proof of status-freedom or "owned"-are not protection enough from abductions, murder, rape and mutilation. As Charlotte matures and emerges as the most capable midwife in the area, she marries a preacher and raises children of her own. But life in the backwaters of central Mississippi is changed forever by the events of the civil War and its aftermath. In the final scene of book one, an aging Charlotte and her young grandson are driving a battered buckboard back to Charlotte's old home where she plans to spend her final days.
Category: Fiction

Charlotte S Christmas Charade

Author : Darci Balogh
ISBN : 9781943990092
Genre : Fiction
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A celebrity chef who can’t cook. A Christmas dinner that has to be perfect. One chance to impress, one shot at love, and one big mess in the kitchen. A sweet Christmas romance that’s full of joy, laughter, and all of the flirty fun that comes just once a year! Charlotte Olsen is one of cable TV’s hottest new celebrity chefs. She’s climbed to stardom in a matter of months due to her charming personality, adorable smile, and excellent taste in dinnerware. Hired by the Crystal Lake Inn as a guest chef for the holidays, Charlotte flies to Colorado with a blizzard on her heels. The Crystal Lake Inn has a particular rustic charm as does its funny, handsome owner, Davis Reed. As the snow drifts build up around the Inn and they wait for the other guests to arrive, Charlotte and Davis feel a mutual attraction to one another. What could be more perfect than getting snowed in with a gorgeous man over Christmas? Could it be getting snowed in with a gorgeous man and all of the food and drink necessary for a very merry holiday? There is only one tiny, but hard to ignore, problem with the whole scenario. Chef Charlotte can’t cook. Stranded without her assistant chef, and tasked with feeding Davis and the investors he needs to impress to save the Inn from foreclosure, Charlotte is in a verifiable tizzy. When she realizes what Davis has on the line if she doesn’t perform well, she’s faced with telling him her secret. If Charlotte reveals her secret, is there still a way to save the Inn? Once Davis knows she’s a fraud, can he still find her desirable? Is there any way their brand new love can withstand the heat in this kitchen? Grab your copy today and find out!
Category: Fiction

26 Feet To The Charlottes

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ISBN : 9781926613901
Genre : Travel
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When June Cameron and Paul Holsinger set out in 1983 in Paul's ancient 26-foot wooden sloop, Wood Duck, to cross the perilous Hecate Strait and explore the weather-beaten west coast of the Queen Charlotte Islands (now known as Haida Gwaii), they knew they would face danger. But June had raced her own sailboat for years and Paul was a gifted mechanic, so they put trepidation aside and answered the call to adventure. 26 Feet to the Charlottes takes readers to remote beaches, uninhabited First Nations villages, abandoned mines and sheltered coves. Compelling reading for sailors and armchair adventurers alike, June's story conveys the joys and challenges of travelling by boat and living off the sea, and recalls a coast that has changed dramatically in the last century. Their journey taught them much about the challenges faced by the area's First Nations inhabitants—and much about why skippers do not sail the outer coast of the Charlottes for pleasure. There are no lighthouses, and many rocks and reefs are uncharted. June and Paul's survival would depend on cautious, observant navigation—and luck. 26 Feet to the Charlottes takes readers to remote beaches, uninhabited First Nations villages, abandoned mines and sheltered coves. Compelling reading for sailors and armchair adventurers alike, June's story conveys the joys and challenges of travelling by boat and living off the sea, and recalls a coast that has changed dramatically in the last century.
Category: Travel

Charlotte S Locket

Author : Susan Siracusa
ISBN : 9781618975430
Genre : Fiction
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Emily Howard is 25 years old, works in a dead-end job, and has a string of disastrous relationships behind her that have made her bitter and suspicious of men. Life couldn't get much worse, or could it? An unexpected letter from a solicitor informs her that a cottage has been bequeathed to her by an uncle she barely knew. A strange poem leads to the discovery of a buried locket, sending Emily spiraling back in time on a quest to discover the fate of Charlotte, a woman who vanished on her wedding day 300 years ago. Not only does Emily discover the terrible truth behind the woman's disappearance, she puts herself in mortal danger and is forced to contend with Charlotte's grieving fiance, Samuel. A dark and brooding man, he is hell bent on destroying the lives of everyone around him, including Emily's. As she becomes increasingly involved in the tragic lives of her newfound family, Emily uncovers secrets that will ultimately change history and her own life forever ...Discover the thrilling secrets locked away in Charlotte's Locket. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/SusanSiracus
Category: Fiction

Tree Care Industry

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ISBN : MINN:31951P00708458F
Genre : Arboriculture
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Category: Arboriculture

The Queen And The First Christmas Tree

Author : Nancy Churnin
ISBN : 9780807566374
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Queen Charlotte brought her family's festive holiday yule bough from Germany to England. While planning a Christmas Day party in 1800 at Windsor Castle for over 100 children, she realized a single bough isn't enough. So she brought in the whole tree instead, making it the first known Christmas Tree in England. This story tells a little known fact about a favorite holiday tradition.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Charlotte S Story

Author : Charlotte Arpin Niedhauk
ISBN : UVA:X001246146
Genre : Florida Keys (Fla.)
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Category: Florida Keys (Fla.)

Aunt Charlotte S Stories Of American History

Author : Charlotte Mary Yonge
ISBN : OXFORD:591078338
Genre : Latin America
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Aunt Charlotte'S Stories of American History by Horatio Hastings Weld, first published in 1883, is a rare manuscript, the original residing in one of the great libraries of the world. This book is a reproduction of that original, which has been scanned and cleaned by state-of-the-art publishing tools for better readability and enhanced appreciation. Restoration Editors' mission is to bring long out of print manuscripts back to life. Some smudges, annotations or unclear text may still exist, due to permanent damage to the original work. We believe the literary significance of the text justifies offering this reproduction, allowing a new generation to appreciate it.
Category: Latin America

A Portrait In Art

Author : Mercedes Shaffer
ISBN : UCAL:C3489056
Genre :
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City Trees

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ISBN : MINN:31951P008712767
Genre : Trees in cities
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Category: Trees in cities

Journal Of Arboriculture

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ISBN : MINN:31951D00395548F
Genre : Arboriculture
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Charlotte S Web

Author : E. B. White
ISBN : 9780008139414
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The much-loved children’s classic by E.B. White, available in eBook for the very first time!
Category: Juvenile Fiction