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The Cat Who Adopted Me

Author : R.V. Dryver
ISBN : 9781456045364
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Read about the adventures and misadventures of an intrepid Alaskan R.V. (Recreational vehicle) traveling woman and her loud-mouthed co-pilot, a Blue Point Siamese Cat, Sassy, as they navigate the Alcan Highway, and run into all sorts of predicaments there, and more. Follow them as they drive through all of the Western States and beyond. Somehow, the author always manages to overcome all of the obstacles, but only due to the expert help of her trusty co-pilot companion, Sassy. Just when things look bleak, they will find a way out of every predicament. Ride along with them, and enjoy a laugh or two.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Christmas Cards From The Edge

Author : Lisa Cach
ISBN : 0505526573
Genre : Fiction
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Just in time for the holidays--a fun new anthology of three novellas in the theme of 2004's "Shop 'Till Yule Drop" featuring three young single women trapped away from New York City for the holidays. Original.
Category: Fiction

Verity Red S Diary

Author : Maria Mann
ISBN : 9781857566307
Genre : Fiction
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Filled with mischievously wry wit, this semiautobiographical narrative is an inspiring and hugely enjoyable day-by-day account of a year in the life of a myalgic encephalomyelitis, or chronic fatigue syndrome, sufferer. Privy to the notable events, everyday routine, and innermost thoughts of Verity Red, the skepticism and lack of understanding surrounding this recently recognized condition is addressed, as well as the common symptoms—boredom, the feeling of low self-worth, exhaustion, and the craving for comfort foods.
Category: Fiction

Small Talk

Author : Amy Julia Becker
ISBN : 9780310339380
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Almost every day, one of Amy Julia’s children says something or asks something that prompts her to think more carefully: “Why Mommy crying?” (Marilee, when the family learned a young boy had died of cancer); “Booful, Mommy” (“Beautiful, Mommy,” as Penny proclaimed just as Amy Julia was looking in the mirror and critiquing her post-pregnancy body in her head); “What lasting mean?” (William, when he heard a song in church about God being an everlasting God). These conversations deepen her relationships with her children, but they also deepen and refine her own understanding of what she believes, why she believes it, and what she hopes to pass along to the next generation. Small Talk is a narrative based upon these conversations. It is not a parenting guide. It does not offer prescriptive lessons about how to talk with children. Rather, it tells stories based upon the questions and statements Amy Julia’s children have made about the things that make life good (such as love, kindness, beauty, laughter, and friendship), the things that make life hard (such as death, failure, and tragedy), and what we believe (such as prayer, God, and miracles). Amy Julia explores three parts—body, mind, spirit—as she moves in rough chronological order through the basic questions her kids asked when they were very young to the intellectual and then spiritual questions of later childhood. It invites other parents into these same conversations, with their children, with God, and with themselves. Moving from humorous exchanges to profound questions to heart-wrenching moments, Amy Julia encourages parents to ask themselves—and to talk with their children about—what matters most.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Orange Coast Magazine

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Orange Coast Magazine is the oldest continuously published lifestyle magazine in the region, bringing together Orange County¹s most affluent coastal communities through smart, fun, and timely editorial content, as well as compelling photographs and design. Each issue features an award-winning blend of celebrity and newsmaker profiles, service journalism, and authoritative articles on dining, fashion, home design, and travel. As Orange County¹s only paid subscription lifestyle magazine with circulation figures guaranteed by the Audit Bureau of Circulation, Orange Coast is the definitive guidebook into the county¹s luxe lifestyle.
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Dear Magpies

Author : Eve Bonhan
ISBN : 9781781329337
Genre : Fiction
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'Dear Magpies' tells the story of Josie, a woman who has lost everything and everyone, but still clings on to the hope of finding her Magpies - the nickname she has for her two grandchildren, whom she has not seen for ten years.
Category: Fiction

The Business Of Holidays

Author : Amy Tavormina Fidler
ISBN : IND:30000095807883
Genre : Religion
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Holiday celebrations in the United States are a major force driving the nation's approximately $3 trillion retail economy. The commercial culture of holidays extends from the traditional -- decorations, costumes, and cards -- to the immaterial and ephemeral -- phone calls, airline tickets, and department store bills. Simultaneously colorful presentation and careful analysis, The Business of Holidays interprets holiday commerce and design, corporate culture, and tradition (invented and inherited). This volume consists of more than thirty-five essays arranged according to the calendar year, from New Year's Day and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa, and explores longstanding holiday images, such as Santa Claus and shamrocks, as well as quirkier aspects of visual culture. The rites that surround these special days have been adopted, or even invented by, the pervasive marketing that surrounds them to such an extent that the celebration of holidays and the business of holidays have become inseparable.
Category: Religion

Mabel Dwight

Author : ROBINSON SUSAN BARNE
ISBN : UOM:39015036083841
Genre : Art
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"Characterized as a keen observer of the comedie humaine, Mabel Dwight (1875-1955) emerged as a lithographer at the age of fifty-two and became one of the most noted American printmakers of the 1920s and 1930s. Although best known for her benignly satirical depictions of New York City life, she also produced portraits, evocative mood pieces, architectural scenes, and deeply felt responses to the urgent political and social concerns of the day: the Depression, the rise of fascism, and the imminence of war." "Assembling for the first time all 111 of Dwight's editioned lithographs, this book traces the changes in popular taste and personal vision that enabled her work to fill a growing demand for realistic art based on the experiences of ordinary Americans." "Bringing together Dwight's descriptions of the genesis of many of her works, her essays on lithography and satire, and complete documentation of each print, this comprehensive study illuminates the career of an original voice in printmaking and a humorous, technically assured interpreter of the early twentieth-century urban scene."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Category: Art

Solanus

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Genre : Europe, Eastern
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Battles At Thrush Green

Author : Miss Read
ISBN : 9780547524276
Genre : Fiction
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A new season brings changes—and hope—to the little English village of Thrush Green, from the beloved author of the Fairacre series. Nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, Thrush Green is normally a peaceful place. But as autumn turns to winter, feelings are running high in the village. Miss Fogerty, a respected teacher at the village school for over thirty years, is troubled by the methods of the new young teacher. Dotty Harmer takes up driving, much to the concern of others, and it isn’t long before she is involved in an accident and a threatening court case. And when the good rector innocently suggests that the neglected churchyard should be tidied up, Thrush Green is outraged. It seems wherever you look, there are difficulties and changes, but as spring arrives, there is renewed hope that all will end well. “Thrush Green is a village somewhere on the road between Lulling and Nod. Nonetheless, there is nothing sleepy about the place. No indeed. In this delicious installment, there are ‘battles’ erupting all over. . . . [Miss Read] has plenty of grist here for the village mill. You can’t get farther away from the front page than this.” —The New York Times
Category: Fiction