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Little Letters To Say Hello

Author : Lea Redmond
ISBN : 1452165971
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These 75 tiny tear-out letters offer an easy and delightful way to brighten someone's day. Folded into adorably small envelopes and sealed with the enclosed stickers, they're perfect for tucking in a kid's lunch box, a stranger's windshield, or a loved one's pocket.

Masha In Abc Land

Author : Iryna Scott
ISBN : 9781499096033
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Hello kids! Today you are going to meet a girl called Masha. One day she had the chance to make a wonderful journey to the magical land of ABC! YOU TOO can go with her and learn to read English. You will climb M-mountains and Save life of letter “U” and the dragon “R “ You will be able to turn words into real things and visit the “Royal Castle”. But most importantly you will learn that letters are like people - they are not the same and can all do extraordinary and different things. You will see that reading can be the most exciting adventure ever! Happy Journey!
Category: Juvenile Fiction

May God Bless You All

Author : Joseph J. Soukenik IV
ISBN : 9780692683354
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"May God Bless You All" is a creative non-fiction collection of letters from two sets of brothers to their sister during their service in World War 2. This is the story of common men living by God, prayer and family. Their letters share laughter, hardship and perseverance during one of the most tested times of their young lives.This story touches on issues of citizenship, farming and service. It is a story about all of us.Every person living in the United States of America shouldered additional responsibilities during the Second World War. Viola, whether she realized it or not, assumed the role of writing letters to her two brothers, two brother-in-laws and approximately a half dozen other servicemen from the small rural area of Greene, Ohio. Her tireless correspondence provided hope and morale for these men as well as for her young family and neighbors. Throughout the letters, all four men come to grips with each card dealt them keeping God, prayer and family in the forefront of their correspondence and actions. Although they each had their trials, they persisted in remaining selfless discussing the well-being of their family members and each other ahead of themselves. In addition, there are passages from the Bible found throughout the story that reveal our family?s life and faith in God and though we are all sinners and harden our hearts until life is at its most difficult and we feel most vulnerable, these passages remind me, personally of God?s infinite mercy and love for us.

Cambridge Global English Stage 1 Teacher S Resource

Author : Annie Altamirano
ISBN : 9781107642263
Genre : Education
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Cambridge Global English (1-6) is a six-level Primary course following the Cambridge Primary English as a Second Language Curriculum Framework developed by Cambridge English Language Assessment. Teacher's Resource 1 provides step-by-step guidance notes for teachers for each lesson in every unit to support teaching the content of Learner's Book 1. Notes on Activity Book 1 are also included. A unit overview provides a snapshot of lesson objectives and the language and skills covered. The notes include answer keys to activities in the Learner's Book and Activity Book, complete audio scripts, suggestions for differentiation and assessment, cross-curricular links, portfolio opportunities and additional unit-linked photocopiable activities and unit-based wordlists.
Category: Education

Chasing The King Of Hearts

Author : Hanna Krall
ISBN : 9781908670137
Genre : Fiction
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The internationally acclaimed Polish bestseller about the Holocaust. A remarkable true story of love and survival. Now for the first time in English. The Warsaw Ghetto 1942: When Izolda’s husband, Shayek, is imprisoned, she sets out to release him. She changes her name, her hair, her religion. Eventually she is captured and deported to Auschwitz. But even there, she trusts that her love will save them both. Why Peirene chose to publish this book: ‘This is a beautiful love story but also an incredible account of one woman’s quest to be heard. Told with astounding simplicity, the book recreates the Holocaust not as an historical event but as a terrifying, shared, experience. I am amazed - and honoured - that it was left to Peirene to publish this book for the first time in English.’ Meike Ziervogel ‘A spare, startling tale of love and survival.’ Justine Jordan, Guardian ‘A remarkable find.’ David Mills, Sunday Times ‘Krall has created an elegant, nuanced book about choice, consequences, identity and guilt.’ Roger Boyes, The Times ‘An arresting style that rises in remarkable fashion to the challenge such a history poses to any narrator, combining steely lyricism with a thriller's tension.’ Marek Kohn, Independent ‘A masterpiece.’ Kapka Kassabova, Guardian ‘Powerful in its raw simplicity and deeply affecting in its emotional stoicism . . . An unforgettable and unparalleled addition to the classy stable of Peirene Press books.’ Pam Norfolk, Lancashire Evening Post SHORTLISTED FOR THE JEWISH QUARTERLY-WINGATE PRIZE 2015WINNER OF THE FOUND IN TRANSLATION AWARD FOR POLISH TRANSLATION 2014GUARDIAN'S BEST FICTION 2013GUARDIAN READERS' BOOKS OF THE YEAR 2013ENGLISH PEN BEST YULE READS 2013
Category: Fiction

Letters From The Lost Soul

Author : Bob Bitchin
ISBN : 1574091816
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Bob Bitchin founded the wildly successful Lattitudes & Attitudes magazine.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Linzi Diary 6

Author : Linzi waghorn
ISBN : 9781326416164
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Love Letters

Author : Sandra Leigh Savage
ISBN : 9781462050697
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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When author Sandra Leigh Savages husband committed suicide in 1997, she went into isolation for a year. In this memoir, she shares her journey from the grief she experienced to her vision of a great new life. Love Letters, a collection of letters begun in September 2010, provides a snapshot of Savages sorrows, joys, and reflections. Through these vignettes, she says her good-byes, notes her thanks, and provides advice for those who may have experienced the death of a spouse. This collection provides insight into how she survived the death of her husband, came to know and believe in the saving grace of God, and made the decision to stay on this earth to fulfill Gods wishes. Emotional and self-disclosing, Love Letters shares Savages personal message of living each day with no regrets. Through her life events, she expresses how placing your trust in the Lord can guide you through lifes bad moments and help you to full appreciate lifes good moments.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

1968 Vietnam Letters And Memories Of A Marine

Author : Marlene Marchaesi
ISBN : 9781469116686
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Anything is pretty much possible if you dream it, you can have it. That is, unless war is a factor. This is a narrative, true story of a young girl who grew up in a poor, dysfunctional family in Upstate New York, and lives mostly in a dream world as a means to escape her mundane life. Probably not such a unique story. But she is unique in that she does something about it she doesnt wait for things to happen, or anyone else to be in control of her destiny --she takes the reins. Through enthusiasm and guts, she manages to live the life shes always dreamed about -- to travel, to see the world. Its 1967 and at the inexperienced age of 20, she leaves her home in New York to work in Great Britain as a domestic, where she stays for nearly two years. She gets there on a one-way ticket, working papers, $100, and the determination to see what the real Europe is like -- not through the eyes of a tourist who only visits for a couple of weeks. She comes out of this experience not only with an education that she otherwise never would have had, but some great stories shell be able to pass on to family and friends. But before she leaves on her adventure of a lifetime, she becomes a friend and lover to Peter. He is her first real love and memories of our first usually remain forever. This was no different for Marlene, and she chronicles the way her and Peter kept in touch in 1967 and 1968 with their letters. And after experiencing some great highs during her two years abroad, she returns home with a heavy heart, as Peter has become a casualty of the Vietnam War the day the letters stopped. A starry-eyed, adventurous young girl, still rather nave when she left home, returns having aged a lot more than she bargained for. In the end however, she would come to realize that certain people enter your life for a reason. She was lucky enough to let Peter into hers, as he has been such a positive influence for over 40 years. This book contains the actual letters Peter wrote to Marlene and her recollections of what she wrote back to him, with no embellishments. Although the book deals with the Vietnam Era, anyone who has friends or relatives serving in the military today will relate to the story.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Letters From Prague

Author : Raya C. Schapiro
ISBN : 9781613733448
Genre : History
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Raya Schapiro and Helga Weinberg found a box of letters among their mother’s effects after her death in 1990. They were written by their grandmother and uncle, trapped in Prague after the Nazi occupation, to the girls’ parents who had escaped to the United States in May, 1939, leaving the two girls, who were five and seven years old at the time, behind. The 77 letters reprinted here span a period of two years, during which the Nazis drew an ever-tightening noose of destruction around the Jews of Prague: each letter is followed by notes of explanation and amplification, as well as notes on Nazi laws and official restrictions and the progress of war. Each letter has a censor’s stamp on it; each envelope bears the still frightening emblem of the Third Reich. The letters dramatically convey the tension, growing daily, of existence under the Nazis, and their tone becomes increasingly desperate as every avenue of escape reaches a dead end.
Category: History