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Let S All Be Brave

Author : Annie F. Downs
ISBN : 9780310337935
Genre : Religion
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Annie Downs admits she’s not exactly the bravest girl in the world. She still cries sometimes when she leaves her parents’ home in Georgia, she’s never jumped out of a plane, and she only rides roller coasters to impress boys. But Annie knows that courage resides inside each and every one of us, and she’s on a mission to triumph over her own fears while encouraging the reader to do the same. As a single young woman, writer, speaker, and blogger, Annie Downs shares her journey toward bravery with honesty and humor. Using wonderful stories from her own life, contemporary real-life examples, and fascinating historical and biblical references, Annie encourages readers to grab hold of the brave life that they desperately desire. How often does fear hold us back from the very things we most want to taste, touch, and experience? The call to be brave isn’t just for one person—it’s for everyone. Let’s All Be Brave is more than a book, it’s a battle cry. Annie challenges us to live boldly, she calls us to step into those places that require courage, and she gives us the help to take the next step forward—even when it’s scary. This non-fiction, essay-driven book opens the door to many different views of courage—nudging, encouraging, and inspiring readers to be brave whenever given the chance. Let’s All Be Brave features: • Funny/interesting stories that draw readers into each chapter • God’s surprising answers to finding courage and boldness • Challenging questions and advice to help readers make real-life changes to live fully and glorify God more every day. The companion Web site (www.letsallbebrave.com) offers more resources and an opportunity for readers to share personal stories of courage with others.
Category: Religion

Let Us Be Brave

Author : Linda Thompson
ISBN : 9781594334467
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A dramatic bush plane crash in coastal Alaska leaves the pilot injured. The passengers, a team of Special Olympic Athletes, must fend for themselves to survive. An Alaska storm first threatens to overwhelm them during the night as they care for their unconscious pilot. Each must confront the challenges of survival in the wilderness, while transcending their limitations. Forced to overcome their habits of dependency and help each other, the group finds courage in the Olympic oath: “Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.”
Category: Family & Relationships

Brave Moms Brave Kids

Author : Lee Nienhuis
ISBN : 9780736970044
Genre : Religion
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Hey, Mama This world feels like it's spinning faster every day. As the darkness has crept in, your brave prayers may have given way to fearful pleas that your kids would experience God's kingdom—in a safe and comfortable way. This generation needs heroes of the faith and your child can be one of them, but that will require you to be strong and BRAVE. You and I must call out the bold Christ followers within our children and help them face the unknown future with divine confidence. Brave Moms, Brave Kids is an equipping tool that will help you... identify the qualities present in true greatness reject "mommy fears" and replace them with immovable truth learn strategies for praying for and training your children more effectively develop seven key lessons we must teach our children to live for Jesus Courage starts with you, Mama. If you're going to raise a hero, you must become a hero—because brave kids need brave moms. Let's do this, together. Love, Lee
Category: Religion

100 Days To Brave

Author : Annie F. Downs
ISBN : 9780310089636
Genre : Religion
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You were always meant to be brave. Whether you're making a major decision, dealing with a difficult transition, or facing a fear, 100 Days to Brave will give you courage and confidence to move forward. Annie F. Downs felt her challenges were too difficult, too scary, too much. Then she decided to stop allowing fear to hold her back. It wasn't easy or simple. But it was good. With honesty and relatable humor, this compilation of best-of writings and new pieces from Annie will give you the inspiration to embrace the path and the plan God has for you and experience personal growth. Dare to spend the next 100 days discovering that you are braver than you know and stronger than you thought possible.
Category: Religion

Birmingham Rose

Author : Annie Murray
ISBN : 9780330534666
Genre : Fiction
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A heartfelt Birmingham saga, Birmingham Rose is Annie Murray's debut novel and was a Sunday Times bestseller. Life is bleak for Rose Lucas, a spirited, intelligent girl, born into a large family in the slums of pre-war Birmingham. But her friendship with Diana, daughter of a vicar from middle-class Moseley, gives her hope. She learns to aspire to a different kind of existence, vowing never to become a child-bearing drudge like her mother. Life, however, never follows the way of dreams. After a childhood marked by tragedy, Rose eventually finds and loses the love for which she has striven so hard. From Italy, where she has travelled during the Second World War, she is forced to return to Birmingham and an unhappy marriage, her hopes and illusions shattered. But Rose will not be defeated and she, too, is determined to rise once again above the devastation of her life . . .
Category: Fiction

Nurse Frosty Saves The Day

Author : Lee Juslin
ISBN : 9780557094868
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In Nurse Frosty's second adventure, she has to deal with a theft at the Four Paws Retirement Home. Will Nurse Frosty be able to solve the mystery of the stolen plants and save the day?
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Don T Let S Go To The Dogs Tonight

Author : Alexandra Fuller
ISBN : 9781447275091
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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With an introduction by Anne Enright Shortlisted for the Guardian First Book award, a story of civil war and a family's unbreakable bond. How you see a country depends on whether you are driving through it, or live in it. How you see a country depends on whether or not you can leave it, if you have to. As the daughter of white settlers in war-torn 1970s Rhodesia, Alexandra Fuller remembers a time when a schoolgirl was as likely to carry a shotgun as a satchel. This is her story - of a civil war, of a quixotic battle with nature and loss, and of a family's unbreakable bond with the continent that came to define, scar and heal them. Shortlisted for the Guardian First Book Award in 2002, Alexandra Fuller's classic memoir of an African childhood is suffused with laughter and warmth even amid disaster. Unsentimental and unflinching, but always enchanting, Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight is the story of an extraordinary family in an extraordinary time.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Other Side Of Tomorrow Book Three

Author : Bevin Sinclair Turnbull
ISBN : 9781479712656
Genre : Fiction
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The saga of Johnu Benin and his family continues (circa 2052-2096) from THE OTHER SIDE OF TOMORROW, Books I & ll.
Category: Fiction

Modern Girls Shining Stars The Skies Of Tokyo

Author : Phyllis Birnbaum
ISBN : 0231500025
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The stunning biographical portraits in Modern Girls, Shining Stars, the Skies of Tokyo, some adapted from essays that first appeared in The New Yorker, explore the lives of five women who did their best to stand up and cause more trouble than was considered proper in Japanese society. Their lives stretch across a century and a half of explosive cultural and political transformations in Japan. These five artists-two actresses, two writers, and a painter-were noted for their talents, their beauty, and their love affairs rather than for any association with politics. But through the fearlessness of their art and their private lives, they influenced the attitudes of their times and challenged the status quo. Phyllis Birnbaum presents her subjects from various perspectives, allowing them to shine forth in all of their contradictory brilliance: generous and petulant, daring and timid, prudent and foolish. There is Matsui Sumako, the actress who introduced Ibsen's Nora and Wilde's Salome to Japanese audiences but is best remembered for her ambition, obstreperous temperament and turbulent love life. We also meet Takamura Chieko, a promising but ultimately disappointed modernist painter whose descent into mental illness was immortalized in poetry by a husband who may well have been the source of her troubles. In a startling act of rebellion, the sensitive, aristocratic poet Yanagiwara Byakuren left her crude and powerful husband, eloped with her revolutionary lover, and published her request for a divorce in the newspapers. Uno Chiyo was a popular novelist who preferred to be remembered for the romantic wars she fought. Willful, shrewd, and ambitious, Uno struggled for sexual liberation and literary merit. Birnbaum concludes by exploring the life and career of Takamine Hideko, a Japanese film star who portrayed wholesome working-class heroines in hundreds of films, working with such directors as Naruse, Kinoshita, Ozu, and Kurosawa. Angry about a childhood spent working to provide for greedy relatives, Takamine nevertheless made peace with her troubled past and was rewarded for years of hard work with a brilliant career. Drawing on fictional accounts, interviews, memoirs, newspaper reports, and the creative works of her subjects, Birnbaum has created vivid, seamless narrative portraits of these five remarkable women.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Wendy S Angel

Author : John Gordon
ISBN : 9781469168227
Genre : Fiction
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Wendy feels abandoned and alone in a cold northeastern college town surrounded by the untroubled youth of her generation. She has escaped the bleak existence of her past caring for a father wallowing in alcoholism and self-pity, but she shares nothing in common with the carefree crowd around her. Finally convinced that her abdominal pain is the cancer that stole her beloved mother, she seeks aid and solace at the Emergency Room. Despair compounds Wendys depression when she discovers that she is carrying a child. Guilt wracks her as she struggles with her infidelities, and shame humbles her before the handsome young intern so anxious to help her. Teetering on the edge of a high cliff of helplessness, grace rescues her in the coincidence of the young intern and the miracle of the animate child within her. The faith she learns to embrace from the unborn blessing in her womb propels her from an existence of desperation to a life of unforeseen joy and promise.
Category: Fiction

William Shakespeare The Complete Works

Author : William Shakespeare
ISBN : 9780191608391
Genre : Drama
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The second Oxford edition of Shakespeare's Complete Works reconsiders every detail of their text and presentation in the light of modern scholarship. The nature and authority of the early documents are re-examined, and the canon and chronological order of composition freshly established. Spelling and punctuation are modernized, and there is a brief introduction to each work, as well as an illuminating and informative General Introduction. Included here for the first time is the play The Reign of King Edward the Third as well as the full text of Sir Thomas More. This new edition also features an essay on Shakespeare's language by David Crystal, and a bibliography of foundational works.
Category: Drama

The Last Days Of Don Juan

Author : Tirso de Molina ca
ISBN : 0948230320
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Indian S Friend

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924103125021
Genre : Indians of North America
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Category: Indians of North America

Flotsam

Author : Erich Maria Remarque
ISBN : 9780812985573
Genre : Fiction
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From the beloved author of All Quiet on the Western Front, Flotsam is a terrifying portrait of Europe as the Nazi shadow falls over the continent. Political dissidents, Jews, medical students, petty criminals: Among the thousands of displaced persons traveling the unpaved roads of Europe, there are Steiner and Kern. Both have irritated officials for outstaying their two-week sojourn in Czechoslovakia. And so they must leave. Not that either has any place to go. Not in 1939. But when a man is led by a guard to the border of one country, he must try another. Until he is escorted from that one too. Living hand-to-mouth, selling shoelaces and safety pins for a few pennies, Steiner and Kern find that, remarkably, there are still pleasures to be had. Paris, for one; love, for another. For amid the heartless cruelty and cold-blooded laws of the Nazi state, there is still humanity and kindness. And there is incomparable joy in falling in love, surviving, and telling your story so it is never forgotten. “The world has a great writer in Erich Maria Remarque. He is a craftsman of unquestionably first rank, a man who can bend language to his will. Whether he writes of men or of inanimate nature, his touch is sensitive, firm, and sure.”—The New York Times Book Review
Category: Fiction

100 Days To Brave Deluxe Edition

Author : Annie F. Downs
ISBN : 0310454492
Genre : Christian life
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No matter where you are in life, God has a plan for you. That doesn't mean it's always easy or simple. But God promises to be faithful. And He gives you the power to be brave! Find out how to grow your faith and chase your dreams with this deluxe edition of 100 Days to Brave by Annie F. Downs.
Category: Christian life

The Amazing Adventures Of Boogie One Shoe And Munch The Mouse

Author : David Stansfield
ISBN : 9781424124046
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The Amazing Adventures of Boogie One Shoe and Munch the Mouse is the first in a series of children's books about an elegant left shoe and a rapping mouse! Giorgio, a left shoe, gets separated from his right shoe sister Giorgia when he falls from Roma, a great ship bound for Italy. He manages to swim ashore to the coast of France where he meets up with Munch, a cheese-loving rapper. After seeing Giorgio dance, Munch renames him Boogie One Shoe. The two set off on a great adventure through Europe to try to catch up with Giorgia when the good ship Roma pays a brief visit to Genoa. On route they meet up with a host of exciting characters. They include the fat, dirty, and potentially dangerous Mr. Smelfutodor, Sergio the giant Salami, Beardo--a singing goat--and a mystical boy who appears on top of a mountain.
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