JEREMY-AND-DAD

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Scooter Jeremy S Camping Trip Adventure

Author : Elizabeth Hacking Amarante
ISBN : 9781490781822
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Jeremy and Scooter embark on an exciting camping adventure. Lessons are learned, and friendships are made with love and laughter. A little girl is lost, and everyone helps to find her. Jeremy and Scooter will remember their adventure for a long time and will return time and again to renew their friendship and start their adventures all over again.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

And Don T Bring Jeremy

Author : Marilyn Levinson
ISBN : 9781611874778
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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New in the neighborhood and eager to be part of a new crowd, sixth-grader Adam finds it difficult to come to terms with the needs of his older brother who suffers from a learning disability and often seems younger than Adam himself.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Jeremy Q Taylor The Cyborg In The Cellar

Author : S. Pepper
ISBN : 9781452581033
Genre : Fiction
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What sets humans apart from cyborgs? Sixteen-year-old Jeremy Q. Taylor is about to find out. After losing his mother the year before, Jeremy feels more alone than ever. Then his dad surprises Jeremy with a new "brother." Addison is a cyborg, who looks to be about eighteen. But he's not just any cyborg. He's almost perfect in every way. When the plans to mass-produce the cyborg are sold to a robotics company, things get complicated. Can they reverse engineer the cyborg? What if something goes wrong? The possibility of this occurring creates fear and anger in those who have grown to love Addison. Going into hiding may be his only chance to survive.
Category: Fiction

A Prayer For Jeremy

Author : Michael J. Schwed
ISBN : 9780595218639
Genre : Fiction
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"A truly inspirational work of children's fiction. "Jeremy's" struggle to understand the mysterious messages he receives, mirrors man's seach for meaning in apparently random tragic events. As a psychotherapist, who works with children, I find "A Prayer For Jeremy" reinforces a child's need for a strong belief structure, which is so important to future personal growth." Stacy Leigh Palazzolo CSW
Category: Fiction

Dads Kids And Fitness

Author : William Marsiglio
ISBN : 9780813584874
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Now more than ever, American dads act as hands-on caregivers who are devoted to keeping themselves and their families healthy. Yet, men are also disproportionately likely to neglect their own health care, diets, and exercise routines—bad habits that they risk passing on to their children. In Dads, Kids, and Fitness, William Marsiglio challenges dads to become more health-conscious in how they live and raise their children. His conclusions are drawn not only from his revealing interviews with a diverse sample of dads and pediatric healthcare professionals, but also from his own unique personal experiences—as a teenage father who, thirty-one years later, became a later-life dad to a second son. Marsiglio’s research highlights the value of treating dads as central players in what he calls the social health matrix, which can serve both healthy children and those with special needs. He also outlines how schools, healthcare facilities, religious groups, and other organizations can help dads make a positive imprint on their families’ health, fitness, and well-being. Anchored in compelling life stories of joy, tragedy, and resilience, Dads, Kids, and Fitness extends and deepens public conversation about health at a pivotal historical moment. Its progressive message breathes new life into discussions about fathering, manhood, and health.
Category: Family & Relationships

My Dad S Got An Alligator

Author : Jeremy Strong
ISBN : 9780141916613
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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‘It’s that alligator . . . Dad should never have brought it into the house. Crunchbag has escaped and he’s eaten Granny!’ Some dads bring home rabbits. Or dogs. Or parrots. Not Nicholas’s dad. The latest member of their family is Crunchbag – the ALLIGATOR! Soon he’s running riot in the bathroom and on the roof and even in the park! But he wouldn’t eat poor defenceless Granny . . . would he?
Category: Juvenile Fiction

P I Daddy S Personal Mission

Author : Beth Cornelison
ISBN : 1426875053
Genre : Fiction
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When his father is found dead in Honey Creek for the second time, private investigator Peter Walsh becomes fixated on finding the killer. He can't count on the sheriff, a Colton, to dig very deeply. But someone—a very beautiful someone—thinks the single dad is digging too deeply: Lisa Navarrone, his son's teacher. Lisa helps Peter reconnect with the child he loves so much, but finds her own connection to him getting stronger with each breathless moment. A painful secret has kept her alone for years, yet she can't help but picture a future for the three of them. And when the boy is threatened, the new lovers must team up for the fight of their lives….
Category: Fiction

The One Year Devotions For Kids

Author : Children's Bible Hour
ISBN : 0842346627
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A collection of devotions for each day of the calendar year, including readings, illustrative stories, memory verses, and questions to internalize the messages.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Your Father S Voice

Author : Lyz Glick
ISBN : 9781466853171
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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It seemed like just plain bad luck. On September 11, 2001, Jeremy Glick boarded United Flight 93 only because a fire at Newark Airport had prevented him from flying out the day before. That morning, he called his wife, Lyz, to tell her the plane had been hijacked and that he and a group of others were going to storm the cockpit, an effort that doomed Glick and his fellow passengers yet doubtless saved lives on the ground and instantly became known worldwide as a heroic moment of resistance. But Lyz wanted the couple's daughter, Emmy, only three months old when the plane crashed, to learn much more of her father's story than just the ending. Your Father's Voice narrates Lyz's struggle to come to grips with her husband's death in a series of letters from Lyz to Emmy that give a wrenching but clear-eyed account of Lyz's first years without Jeremy. The letters also portray the rebellious but charismatic star athlete who became Lyz's high school sweetheart, a national collegiate judo champion, and finally her husband. We see Lyz's medical ordeal as she tries to bring Emmy into the world, Jeremy's tender nurturing of the premature baby, and the agony of his final telephone call from the ill-fated plane. But it is during the first frantic months after the terrorist attack---as she fends off the media and fights to get the truth about what happened on Flight 93---that Lyz realizes that she and Jeremy are still deeply connected, that his love for her and Emmy endures and teaches. Soon Lyz can write to Emmy that she believes it was destiny, not luck, that put a world-class martial artist like Jeremy on an airplane with other men and women who were also determined to fight back. Through it all, Lyz pragmatically details the challenges of a single parent raising a daughter in the aftermath of horrific tragedy, and urges Emmy to listen for what Lyz can still hear when the wind is right: her father's voice.
Category: Biography & Autobiography