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The Hummingbird Theory

Author : Morgan Sinclair
ISBN : 9781418458485
Genre : Religion
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The Hummingbird Theory is a journey into the heart of the Cumberland Mountains in a region of Virginia known to the world as Appalachia. The enormous natural beauty of the Cumberlands is woven into each venue throughout The Hummingbird Theory; however, it is the colorful cast of characters that give glimpses into the cultural diversity of this unique region. The characters bring to life the close-knit mountain communities that share pride in their heritage, and they provide a look into the fascinating history of an area that once thrived because of rich deposits of coal. The Hummingbird Theory is much more than a story of life in a small mountain town, it is a story about the choices we make in life and the paths those choices set us on. It explores the spiritual nature of our human experience and the spiritual energy that defines who we are. As the story weaves its way through the small mountain community of Crayton’s Crossing, there are mysteries to be solved and messages to be gleaned from the lives of the unlikely band of homegrown characters. One such message is for those living life according to The Hummingbird Theory.
Category: Religion

The Hummingbird Cabinet

Author : Judith Pascoe
ISBN : 0801443628
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
File Size : 90.51 MB
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In language both witty and idiosyncratic, Judith Pascoe makes the case that the romantic period stands out as a distinct moment in collecting history, a transition between the flourishing of the Renaissance wonder cabinet and the rise of the Victorian museum.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Hummingbird Memories

Author : Margie House Neal
ISBN : 9781469195742
Genre : Fiction
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Book Summary The story begins with the main character attending a 50 Year Class Reunion and then flashes back to her four years in high school. At that time she lived in a small southern California town where everyone knew everyone else, and there wasn't much for teenagers to do, and yet they manage to keep busy somehow. Life at that time (before the electronic age) went at a much slower pace, and people who grew up in the 50's and 60's were part of the last innocent generation. The book describes Elaine's relationship with her family, her life on a poultry ranch, and the closeness of a small community. It also describes many high school activities, classes, boy-girl relationships, and problems and heartaches, the euphoria and the sadness that are a part of life at that age. The story is based on an actual town and high school, and many incidents in the book actually happened the way that I described them. I did change the names of the town and the high school however. Back in those days it was much easier to work on your own car, the old hot rods and jalopies. Gas was thirty one cents a gallon, and one could buy a hamburger and Coke for less than fifty cents. But the monthly income for the average working family was only about $300, so the budget had to be stretched to make ends meet. A few women worked outside the home, but most did not. Many of the television sets were black and white, but color TV was on its way in. There was no reality TV at that time, but there were plenty of Westerns and family programming. Of course music played a huge part in the lives of young people, and it was the era of Rock and Roll. Elvis, Buddy Holly, and the Everly Brothers were household names. Dick Clark's American Bandstand was on TV in the afternoons, and everyone rushed home from school to watch the latest dances. There were only records at the time, 45's and 78's, which were played on phonographs. It would be years before cassettes, CD's, and iPods were invented. The music was portable though because everyone was getting transistor radios. If a group of kids got together at a lake or somewhere out in the middle of nowhere, they would just tune their car radios to the same station and turn up the volumne. I have tried throughout the book to portray life back in those days, with many details depicting the culture and fads of that time. I am hoping that this book will give today's teenagers a different perspective on life at that time, while giving my own generation a chance to walk down Memory Lane.
Category: Fiction

The Ruby Throated Hummingbird

Author : June Osborne
ISBN : 9780292787988
Genre : Nature
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There is no mistaking a hummingbird. Even people who hardly know a robin from a sparrow recognize that flash of iridescent feathers and the distinctive hovering flight. So popular have "hummers" become that even casual birdwatchers now travel great distances to hummingbird hot spots to see masses of birds in their annual migrations. In this invitingly written book, June Osborne paints a fully detailed portrait of perhaps the best-known hummingbird in the United States, the ruby-throat. Drawing from her own birdwatching experiences, she offers an "up close and personal" look at a female ruby-throat building her nest and rearing young, as well as an account of a day in the life of a male ruby-throat and stories of the hummers' migrations between their summer breeding grounds in the United States and Canada and their winter homes in Mexico and Central America. In addition to this life history, Osborne recounts early hummingbird sightings and tells how the bird received its common and scientific names. After an overview of hummingbirds' distinctive ways of feeding, flying, and conserving energy, she offers a detailed description of the ruby-throat that will help you tell females from males, immature birds from adults, and ruby-throats from similar species. Osborne also takes you on a visit to the "Hummer/Bird Celebration!" at Rockport, reviews hummingbird banding programs, and explains how to attract hummingbirds to your yard or apartment balcony.
Category: Nature

Power Practice Reading Skills Gr 7 8 Ebook

Author : Linda Schwartz
ISBN : 9781591989035
Genre : Education
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Organized by specific reading skills, this book is designed to enhance students' reading comprehension. The focused, meaningful practice and entertaining topics motivate students to learn.
Category: Education

Teaching Green

Author : Tim Grant
ISBN : 0865715017
Genre : Education
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A complete resource for "teaching green" to young people in grades 6-8
Category: Education

Wilson Library Bulletin

Author : Stanley Kunitz
ISBN : UOM:39015014986544
Genre : Libraries
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Category: Libraries

Arizona Highways

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ISBN : OSU:32435019144559
Genre : Arizona
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Category: Arizona