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Craig S Story

Author : Stewart Meyer
ISBN : 9781512776195
Genre : Religion
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January 4, 2007, we received notification that Craigs plane was missing. His plane was not to be located for 24 hours due to inclement weather. During that time, a search team on ground and in the air was looking for any indication of a downed plane. January 5th about noon, the debris of a plane matching the description was spotted from the air, in a mountainous area about a mile South of the Batesville, Arkansas airport. Craig, the co-pilot, and the other pilot were unable to arrive safely at the airport due to the weather. There were no survivors. Nothing had prepared Craigs family for this devastation. Craigs wife and seven month old daughter, parents, sister, and numerous family and friends were devastated. A family, inexperienced in the grieving process, began the long journey. A journey of faith, family and friends. A family, who could have been pulled apart by such a tragedy, became a stronger family unit. This story chronicles the journey of one family, who were forced to learn as they went, and yet managed to complete a tragic journey. It was written as a testament of innocence, broken by devastation, the ups and downs of the grieving process, and ultimately, their survival. Written with love, it is intended as an inspirational guide to those who ultimately must face uncertainty after losing one so dear, but with the help of the One above.
Category: Religion

The Story Of Craig Winston

Author : Breckwoldt
ISBN : 9781438996363
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The story of Craig Winston is an illustrated book of fiction for children in grade levels K through 3 and their adult co-readers. The book tells the tale of a green first grade bear, Craig, who accidentally discovers that he has been adopted, the fear and confusion generated by this discovery, and the emotional journey he embarks on in his quest for answers. The discussion guide which accompanies the text can assist parents, educators, school psychologists, librarians and counselors in exploring and working through adoption-related issues with their young readers.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Jenny Craig Story

Author : Jenny Craig
ISBN : 0471478644
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The founder of the weight-loss organization discusses the personal obstacles she has faced, her decision to start her own business, her own experiences with weight issues, and her philosophies about what contributes to unhealthy weight gain.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Seven Torments Of Amy And Craig A Love Story

Author : Don Zolidis
ISBN : 9781368010399
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Janesville, Wisconsin (cold in the sense that there is no God)1994 The best thing that's ever happened to Craig is also the worst: Amy. Amy and Craig never should've gotten together. Craig is an awkward Dungeons & Dragons-playing geek, and Amy is the beautiful, fiercely intelligent student-body president of their high school. Yet somehow they did?until Amy dumped him. Then got back together with him. Then dumped him again. Then got back together with him again. Over and over and over. Unfolding during their senior year, Amy and Craig's exhilarating, tumultuous relationship is a kaleidoscope of joy, pain, and laughter as an uncertain future-and adult responsibility-loom on the horizon. Craig fights for his dream of escaping Janesville and finding his place at a quirky college, while Amy's quest to uncover her true self sometimes involves being Craig's girlfriend?and sometimes doesn't. Seven heartbreaks. Seven joys.Told nonsequentially, acclaimed playwright Don Zolidis's debut novel is a brutally funny, bittersweet taste of the utterly unique and universal experience of first love.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

True Crime 12 Most Notorious Murder Stories

Author : Scott Black
ISBN :
Genre : True Crime
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True Crime: 12 Most Notorious Murder Stories 12 Most Notorious Murder Stories of true crime that stunned the nation. Brilliantly written, well organised page turner. A must add to mystery/thriller true crime books.
Category: True Crime

One Last Miracle

Author : Kathy Baker-tripp
ISBN : 1542993652
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One Last Miracle Craig's Story Shattered a life stolen in the night, replaced with a stranger, no past memories unable to cling to new memories. Could Craig find his way back from this nightmare? Transformations of Life and its Cycles It's hard to say where one life ends and another life begins. Blood covered his face and chest. Convulsions shook his frail body. December 29, 2000, Craig slipped into a coma. A personal account of Craig's journey as told by his wife. This story is both heartbreaking and hopeful. It is a story of love and compassion, one that will live on through you the readers, as you share Craig's Story "One Last Miracle."
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The Story Of Jos Rizal

Author : Austin Craig
ISBN : 9781411679016
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The life of a hero who made the history of his country during its most critical period, and paid the highest price for his courage. Filipinos inspired by Rizal, made the first nationalist revolution in Asia, and extablished it's first democratic republic
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The Story Of Green Black S

Author : Craig Sams
ISBN : 9781448151660
Genre : Business & Economics
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Green & Black's is one of the best-known brands in the food world, fêted both for its quality and for its ethical credentials. Launched on a shoestring in 1991 by wholefood pioneer Craig Sams and his journalist wife Josephine Fairley, it is now an internationally renowned, award-winning brand and multi-million pound business. In this book the couple tell their story, relating early ups and downs, chronicling their work with cacao farmers in Belize and talking candidly about the challenges of running a successful ethical company in a cut-throat world. Both inspiring and entertaining, The Story of Green & Black's shows what is possible when you tear up the rule book and follow your instincts. (And your tastebuds ...)
Category: Business & Economics

Edward Gordon Craig

Author : C. D. Innes
ISBN : 9057021242
Genre : Performing Arts
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Edward Gordon Craig's ideas regarding set and lighting have had an enormous impact on the development of the theatre we know today. In this new and updated edition of his well-known study of Edward Gordon Craig, Professor Christopher Innes shows how Craig's stage work and theoretical writings were crucial to the development of modern theatre. This book contains extensive documentation and re-evaluates his significance as an artist, actor, director and writer. Craig is placed in historical context, and his productions are reconstituted from unpublished prompt-books, sketches, journals and correspondence. Most of the designs and photographs, and many of Craig's writings cited, are not available elsewhere in print. Readers will gain insight into a key period of theatrical history, the life of one of its most fascinating individuals, the nature of stage performance, and into revolutionary ideas that are still challenging today.
Category: Performing Arts

The James Craig Story

Author : Jeff Toghill
ISBN : 0975022709
Genre : Clipper ships
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A Big Rig Story

Author : Craig W. O. Henry
ISBN : 9781449017538
Genre : Art
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A young boy goes on the road with his father, a Long Haul Truck Driver, and recounts his experience.
Category: Art

Harriet S Story

Author : Peg Craig
ISBN : 9781973659907
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Family stories are meant to be shared. Many of the stories in my family are centered on the life of Harriet Wainwright Evans, daughter of an Episcopal priest and wife of another one. She was born in Iowa before the Civil War. Her birth was the first of her adventures as she was premature and her mother died a few days later. As a child, her Yankee family was trapped in the South when the Civil War broke out. Years later, she arrived in Chicago while the Great Fire was still smoldering. With her father and husband, she lived in a variety of parishes from Connecticut to Montana. She quietly touched the lives of her children, grandchildren, students, and the people in the churches where they served. This book is a gift to her descendants to encourage them to continue to answer God’s call to service.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Edward Gordon Craig A Vision Of Theatre

Author : Christopher Innes
ISBN : 9781134402946
Genre : Performing Arts
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Edward Gordon Craig's ideas regarding set and lighting have had an enormous impact on the development of the theatre we know today. In this new and updated edition of his well-known study of Edward Gordon Craig, Professor Christopher Innes shows how Craig's stage work and theoretical writings were crucial to the development of modern theatre. This book contains extensive documentation and re-evaluates his significance as an artist, actor, director and writer. Craig is placed in historical context, and his productions are reconstituted from unpublished prompt-books, sketches, journals and correspondence. Most of the designs and photographs, and many of Craig's writings cited, are not available elsewhere in print. Readers will gain insight into a key period of theatrical history, the life of one of its most fascinating individuals, the nature of stage performance, and into revolutionary ideas that are still challenging today.
Category: Performing Arts

Both Ends Burning

Author : Craig Juntunen
ISBN : 1432734865
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Craig Juntunen appeared to have it all. He sold his company at the age of 40, and set out to live the good life of retirement. But he soon began to feel something was lacking. When a friend told him the story of adopting two girls from Haiti, Craig's emptiness gave way to a sense of adventure. On a trip to the desperate Third World nation, a country wracked by poverty, corruption and kidnappings, his self-serving lifestyle began a very profound transformation. At an orphanage outside of Port-Au-Prince Craig encountered Espie, Amelec and Quinn. Even after decades of table-pounding declarations he would never have children, at 51 Craig became a dad. This inspirational story of an unexpected journey and personal transformation will say many things to different people. But for all it delivers a powerful reminder of our responsibility to reach out and be there for kids. "Craig's story is very compelling and very real. It demonstrates the beauty of the adoption story....everybody wins. You start out by providing a home for a child but you end up providing more for yourself than you ever imagined." Kirk Triplett, PGA Golf Professional and adoptive parent.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Chadha

Author : Barbara Hinkson Craig
ISBN : 0520069552
Genre : History
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Looks at how the case of a Kenyan student led to the ruling that the legislative veto in the Immigration and Naturalization Act is unconstitutional
Category: History

Scared Scriptless

Author : Alison Sweeney
ISBN : 9781401330910
Genre : Fiction
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Maddy Carson is a mass of contradictions. She loves her job as Script Supervisor on a hit TV show, but hates "Hollywood." Super-organized and down-to-earth, Maddy is clearly one of the best at her job, and her strict dating rule - "No Actors!" - helps her keep focused on her career. However, a budding relationship with Craig, one of the executives at her company, may even propel her into the big leagues. Could Wolf County, her beloved hometown in the mountains, be saved from a financial crisis by creating a reality show featuring the eccentrics in the small ski village? Maddy is determined to try, even when she learns that Craig's agenda doesn't exactly line up with her altruistic goal. Meanwhile, Maddy still has a full-time job to manage, her family to deal with, and a gorgeous new actor, Adam Devin, determined to wear down her resistance. Eventually Maddy must learn to break all her self-imposed rules and simply follow her heart. Scared Scriptless offers an engagingly relatable heroine, laugh-out-loud humor, and a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at how television is made.
Category: Fiction

What S Your Story

Author : Craig Wortmann
ISBN : 0985325305
Genre : Communication in organizations
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"What's Your Story?" helps leaders enhance their performance by looking at their everyday communications differently. By learning how to use the right stories at the right timeNsuccess and failure storiesNCraig will show how to create strong connections and enhance performance.
Category: Communication in organizations

Index To The Story Of My Days

Author : Edward Gordon Craig
ISBN : 0521280702
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Edward Gordon Craig (1872-1966) was the most brilliant and influential stage designer this century. Always a controversial figure, he set out to revolutionise the theatre by creating a new art, the art of the theatre. Almost single-handed he formulated the principles on which a modern approach to stage design would be based. In his writings and engravings he transformed stage scenery from painted back-cloth into an abstract three-dimensional world of form and light. Craig's reputation as a designer is firmly established; his brilliance as a writer is only beginning to be recognised. Index to the Story of My Days shows him at his most self-revealing. As the original edition announced, 'Anything less like the conventional book of memoirs it would be difficult to imagine'. This 1981 reissue includes a specially written introductory essay by Peter Holland assessing the importance of Craig's career in the history of stage design.
Category: Literary Criticism

James Craig

Author : Cynthia Mattson
ISBN : 1457521903
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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From the early days of the American Revolution, the Reverend James Craig, Anglican minister of Cumberland Parish, Lunenburg County, Virginia, preached patriotism to his fellow citizens and supported the war effort by operating his gristmill as a supply depot for the American army. In the summer of 1781, Craig's mill was burned to the ground and his lands laid waste by the infamous British officer Banastre Tarleton, who was leading the storied British Legion on a raid through Southside Virginia. Shortly thereafter, the Lunenburg County citizenry had occasion to formally extol the parson for his "zeal and attachment to the cause of American liberty." But the very cause Craig was supporting was also beginning to loosen the comfortable moorings enjoyed by the Anglican Church as the established church in Virginia. Revolutionary stirrings toward complete separation of church and state were afoot and were to reach a watershed in Virginia in 1786 with legislation that set the erstwhile established church adrift in roiling waters. Stalwart, and as dedicated to his faith as to his country, Reverend Craig helped steer his church on a course where it found a new place in society after the war as the Protestant Episcopal Church. In James Craig, Patriot Parson, Cynthia Mattson shows in lawyerly detail how the life and career of this eighteenth-century clergyman, anchored in Lunenburg County, Virginia, were shaped not only by the "fire and sword" of armed hostilities but more profoundly by the dynamics at work among such figures as Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison in courtrooms, congresses, and legislatures. The author also shows how Reverend Craig, in meeting these challenges, in turn helped preserve and shape his church and community. Yet there was one more dimension to this clergyman's life that reflected historic currents: his participation in the economic life surrounding him. Although parish ministers were provided a house and land to live on, through his own efforts Craig acquired further lands and built the gristmill targeted by British forces during the Revolution. As a prosperous member of Virginia's gentry, however, this man of the cloth was also a slaveholder--thus fully caught up in the great contradiction of America's history: slavery in the land of the free. It would take nearly another century for the festering contradiction to unleash another war, one in which many Craig descendants lost life and property. This part of the James Craig story is also told on these pages. Cynthia Mattson, a resident of Virginia since 1972, received her B.A. from Michigan State University and J.D. from Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America. Mattson served most of her twenty-eight-year career with the federal government as a trial lawyer. She is a member of the Virginia and District of Columbia bars and is admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court. She is also a member of the Virginia Historical Society and the Lunenburg County Historical Society.
Category: Biography & Autobiography