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Kit And Mateo Journey Into The Clouds

Author : Cari Meister
ISBN : 9781479519361
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"Through the fantastical story of two young children,text and illustrations introduce the main kinds of clouds and the water cycle"--
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Breaking Through The Clouds

Author : Richard F. Fleck
ISBN : 0871089343
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Inspired by his ranger days in Rocky Mountain national park over forty years ago and by his recent pilgrimage to Hareny Peak in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Richard Fleck has created these descriptive essays. The mountains are a constant source of spiritual renewal, enabling him to become more aware and whole.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Plunging Through The Clouds

Author : David K. Reynolds
ISBN : 0791413136
Genre : Medical
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Constructive Living brings together two psychotherapies--Morita and Naikan-- and their associated lifeways. Both therapies were developed in this century, but their roots extend back hundreds of years in East Asian history. Morita was a professor of psychiatry at Jikei University School of Medicine in Tokyo. Yoshimoto was a successful businessman who retired to become a lay priest in Nara. Morita's method has it origins in Zen Buddhist psychology, and Yoshimoto's Naikan has its origins in Jodo Shinshu Buddhist psychology. Neither of these systems requires that one believe in Buddhism or have faith in anything other than one's experience. They work as well for Christians and Moslems and Jews as for Buddhists. Both are built on the naturalistic observations of humans and careful introspection of their founders. Constructive Living isn't mystical or oriental, but practical and human.
Category: Medical

Breaking Through The Clouds

Author : Dannie Gregg
ISBN : 9781939748928
Genre : Religion
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Raising children is hard, but when tragedy strikes, what was once difficult becomes almost impossible. "Breaking Through the Clouds" is a story of how one family dealt with unimaginable sorrow by walking in faith. With disarming honesty, Dannie Gregg shares the story of how she and her husband, Jordan, began building a life together, raising children, and standing firm in their faith as it was tested by the loss of their son, Cotton. Breaking Through the Clouds shares the hope that the Gregg family found as they grew closer to the Lord following Cotton's death.
Category: Religion

Peering Through The Clouds

Author : Dochong JDSPN
ISBN : 9781847285362
Genre : Poetry
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Peering Through the Clouds - glimpses of the present, between the shadows of discursive thought; the prose and poetry of Dochong, JDPSN. In this second book of poetry Dochong, JDPSN explores the deeper side of spirituality. He explores Zen practice in an effort to transcend the boundries of his own opinions, condition and situation. The reader also may note a transition from the visceral perception of the world, which was the primary mode in the first book, to a more experiential perception in seeing and feeling this world. It is in this transition between the common world and the world of grace that I have found there are infinite ways to approach it. The method really depends upon which one you might like or more importantly which practice you can adopt into your everyday life. Only you the reader can decide their own direction, however, for me I prefer to live in all the infinite realms of all possible worlds.
Category: Poetry

Tales From Within The Clouds

Author : Carolyn Han
ISBN : 0824818202
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Retells ten pourquoi tales from the Yunnan region of China accompanied by extensive explanatory notes explaining the culture and society of the Nahki people
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Through The Clouds

Author : C. Wes Mercier
ISBN : 9781468538250
Genre : Self-Help
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The pursuit of a million dollars is an arduous task for a sixth grader trying to figure out why he was being ridiculed for not fitting in. This path leading him to believe that he needed to start planning sooner, rather than later, or else he’d be forced to accept the identity being defined right before his eyes. Ascension above an adolescent mediocrity began after he realized if his ship wasn’t coming in, he’d have to swim out to it. Unexpectedly, the man he grew into finds a love he settles for rather than letting the Lord settle it for him. After going through the motions of deciding which he wanted more, he discovers that self-defining a treasure map of sorts is the best solution to curtailing any further adverse relationship decisions. Landing a job at Delta Airlines he recognizes that questions he was asking were being answered by the lessons learned while flying through a cloudy perspective to suddenly arrive at the bluest skies he’d ever seen. Through the clouds is his journey through those sometimes turbulent skies as he was trying to figure out what was most important. Would he find himself so far up a million dollar dream that he isn’t open to a love who finds him wanting? Or would he stay below the clouds long enough to wait on what God was planning all along?
Category: Self-Help

Breaking Through The Clouds Of The Spirits Of Jezebel

Author : Bishop Dr. Gideon Adjei
ISBN : 9781463003227
Genre : Religion
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The Enemy has an agenda to counter everything God wants to do on earth. He wants to take God out of governments, schools media, entertainment, business and even churches. His goal is to break down the family and create orphans that do not believe they can access God and bring His Kingdom to earth. By attacking the family, the enemy creates a spirit of slavery which causes a believer to carry a spirit of fear. This spirit of fear will steal our inheritance. We then can't receive what God has for us in his Kingdom. If we can't receive what god has for us in His Kingdom, we have nothing to release upon earth. Most believers do not fully understand the strategies the enemy is using against them. This book reveals those strategies and how to overcome them. The scripture says we are in a full time struggle that requires full time armor. God says that his people perish for lack of knowledge. The enemy does not want us to have this kind of knowledge. How can you can you overcome an enemy if you don't know where is he is coming from? Read this book and you will have weapons of warfare to extinguish the fiery darts of the enemy. - Cal Pierce, Director Healing Rooms Ministries
Category: Religion

Swimming Into Clouds

Author : Mary Winfrey Trautmann
ISBN : 9781627780841
Genre : Poetry
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Category: Poetry

Seeing Through Clouds

Author : Paul Lagasse
ISBN : 9781598581157
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The news of the Hindenburg crash didn't just make Erich Lindemann's miserable day worse. It changed his whole life. Germany, May 1937. Shy, cerebral Erich loves Zeppelins - silver airborne giants that span oceans in a single leap and transport the rich and famous to exotic destinations. Zeppelins also distract Erich from the fact that his best friend has joined the Hitler Youth and that his teachers are pressuring him to submit to the rigid Nazi code. Erich and his ailing mother decide to leave Berlin for the safety of his aunt's farm, only a few miles from the home base of the Zeppelins. Erich's growing mechanical skills fuel the self-confidence he needs to apply to the Zeppelin Company as an apprentice mechanic. Under the guidance of Willi Ganzler, a young mechanic, and Herr Schmidt, the ship's gruff Chief Engineer, Erich helps to build - and then actually fly - the last of the great Zeppelins. On weekends, Erich enjoys riding his motorcycle and mountain climbing with pretty, independent Beate Forster. For Erich, life is good. But as the Nazis gradually insinuate themselves into the crew, Erich finds that he is powerless to prevent them from slowly unraveling the trust and respect that had knit the ship's extended family so closely together. When Willi is arrested by the Nazi secret police, Erich is forced to make a choice that could put his life in the ultimate danger. Paul Lagasse is an award-winning freelance writer and editor whose articles have appeared in local, regional, and national magazines. He and his wife live in Baltimore, Maryland. Seeing Through Clouds is his first novel."
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Tattoo Zoo

Author : Paul Avallone
ISBN : 9781491725009
Genre : Fiction
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A novel of the Afghan War, authentic, boots-on-the-ground, TATTOO ZOO comes from a veteran of three-plus years in the war--first as a Green Beret, then later years as a freelance writer/photographer embedded with US Army infantry units. This is the story of the courage, camaraderie and sacrifice of the men of the fictional platoon of the title, as these GIs fight a fierce Taliban in a nowhere piece of picturesque real estate called Wajma Valley, while battling a politically correct four-star command determined to prosecute the Zoosters for war crimes or simply leave them in the valley to die.
Category: Fiction

Diving Through Clouds

Author : Nicola Lindsay
ISBN : 9781466836006
Genre : Fiction
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Kate Fitzgerald's spirit hovers above her hospital bed, looking down on her lifeless body. She finds herself far from extinguished but rather in some sort of limbo. She travels freely back and forth into the lives of those she left behind--her cold unloving husband, William; his lover, Veronica; her best friend, Veronica (yes, you guessed it); her estranged daughter, Celia; and her adorable French grandson, Matt. His first words to her are "Bonjour, Grand-mère Kate. Are you a fantôme?" Readers will discover a most marvelous and memorable ghost indeed.
Category: Fiction

Falling Through Clouds

Author : Damian Fowler
ISBN : 9781250026231
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"Mommy burned up." On a cloudy day in August 2003, Grace and Lily Pearson, 4 and 3, were flying in their uncle's plane along with their mother on their way to their grandpa's birthday party near Lake Superior, when Lily noticed the trees out the window were growing close; so close she could almost touch them. Before the trees tore into the cabin, Grace had the strange sensation of falling through clouds. A story of tragedy, survival, and justice, Damian Fowler's Falling Through Clouds is about a young father's fight for his family in the wake of a plane crash that killed his wife, badly injured his two daughters, and thrust him into a David-vs-Goliath legal confrontation with a multi-billion dollar insurance company. Blindsided when he was sued in federal court by this insurance company, Toby Pearson made it his mission to change aviation insurance law in his home state and nationally, while nursing his daughters to recovery and recreating his own life. Falling Through Clouds charts the dramatic journey of a man who turned a personal tragedy into an important victory for himself, his girls, and many other Americans.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Through The Heavy Belgian Clouds

Author : Mauricio F. Ochoa
ISBN : 9781450240826
Genre : Fiction
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A young gas station attendant, Joshua Sinclair, is spontaneously offered a job by the aging real estate tycoon, Winston Steele, during a chance encounter. The cautious, shy Joshua accepts to work for the charasmatic Steele, initially believing he had hit the jackpot. When Joshua flies away to meet Mr. Steele on a business trip in Asia and is soon promoted as the tycoon's chief advisor, things defintiely begin to look up for the young man. But when the trip to Asia turns into a lengthy business trek across the world, Joshua succumbs to feelings of loneliness and self-doubt. His budding romance with Steele's secretary, Kate, gives the college drop-out renewed hope as he proceeds with his bizarre, new life. When things eventually take an ominous turn for Joshua, with him getting entangled in a power struggle between Steele and his business colleagues, he is confronted with some important decisons to make.
Category: Fiction

Oceanography An Invitation To Marine Science

Author : Tom S. Garrison
ISBN : 9781305480575
Genre : Science
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Developed in partnership with the National Geographic Society, market-leading OCEANOGRAPHY: AN INVITATION TO MARINE SCIENCE, 9e equips students with a basic understanding of the scientific questions, complexities, and uncertainties involved in ocean use-as well as the role and importance of the ocean in nurturing and sustaining life on Earth. The Ninth Edition features the work of seasoned author and educator Tom Garrison along with new co-author Robert Ellis, an assistant professor in the Marine Science Department at Orange Coast College who has managed research projects and educational programs throughout the world. Offering an even stronger emphasis on the science process, the new edition includes more How Do We Know? boxes detailing the science behind how oceanographers know what they know. Coverage of climate change has been updated to reflect the latest findings. In addition, Chapter 14 has been renamed Primary Producers and now includes expanded coverage of photosynthetic and chemosynthetic producers to help students understand the big picture in marine biology. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Category: Science

Oriental Ceramic Art

Author : Stephen Wootton Bushell
ISBN : STANFORD:36105042934450
Genre : Pottery
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Category: Pottery

Cutting The Clouds Towards

Author : Matt Simpson
ISBN : 0853237131
Genre : Poetry
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The poems in this fifth collection of his poetry were written before, during and after Matt Simpson’s two-month period as poet-in-residence at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery in Launceston, Tasmania. Most of the poems are responses to encounters with the work and life of the mid-nineteenth-century writer and artist, Louisa Anne Meredith, who spent the first part of her life in Birmingham and who was already established as author and artist before, at the age of twenty-seven, she married her cousin, Charles, and emigrated to Australia. The Merediths were subsequently to spend most of the rest of their lives in Tasmania. Simpson follows Mrs. Meredith there, creating an imaginative relationship with her and in his poetry (in the words of John Lucas in his Foreword to this book) ‘exploring in different ways his sense of engagement with a person, a place, and, more remarkably, of hers and it with him. For among the most astonishing features of this intensely creative engagement is the way Mrs. Meredith herself emerges as a full and complex character, witty, resilient, keenly observant, even able to rebuke the poet for his “arrogance of hindsight”.’ At the same time, Matt Simpson engages with the familiar theme in his previous work, now a personal quest of following his seafaring father to the other side of the world. All those who know Simpson’s poems will see this as a continuation and some sort of resolution of what much of his work has been concerned with to date. He completes a sort of odyssey though his arrival in Tasmania, a journey which began many years earlier with his father’s tales of Tasmania. John Lucas again: "It takes a rare poet to risk weaving into his own work moments from and allusions to The Tempest, that most authoritative and mysterious of plays, but his poems triumphantly surmount that danger. That they should do so helps us to recognise how assured and compelling is Matt Simpson’s achievement."
Category: Poetry