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Sailing Home

Author : Norman Fischer
ISBN : 9781556439964
Genre : Psychology
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Uses the lessons of Homer's poem about the struggles of an imperfect man trying to reach home along with anecdotes and spiritual insights from the author's own life to illuminate the search for purpose and greater meaning in life felt by many.
Category: Psychology

Sailing Home

Author : Tom Basham
ISBN : 9781770973718
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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"My name is Eli Pruparrow, and I'm sailing down the Chesapeake Bay with my friend, Micha Kovnik. In case you don't know, the Chesapeake Bay is one of the biggest bays in the world, and lies smack between Virginia and Maryland. It's full of small fishing villages, islands, and big rivers like the Potomac, James, and Rappahannock. It's really beautiful, but a sailor in the bay has to be careful, there are lots of hazards here and storms come up quick. I might as well tell you how we got here, since it's pretty hard to believe how we ended up in a small boat in the middle of the Chesapeake. We're escapees from one of the worst foster homes ever. I can say this because I'm kind of an expert on foster homes. I've been in a dozen so far."
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Sailing Home

Author : Lori J. Glad
ISBN : 1886028672
Genre : Duluth (Minn.)
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Category: Duluth (Minn.)

Sailing Home

Author : Subhadra Sen Gupta
ISBN : 9788182632271
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Sailing Home

Author : Colin Thompson
ISBN : 0733605508
Genre : Adventure stories
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Category: Adventure stories

First Yacht Home

Author : Peter Thompson
ISBN : 9781291373035
Genre :
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Sailing Home

Author : Gloria Rand
ISBN : 0735815402
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Captain Madsen's four children fondly recall their exciting experiences sailing with their father and mother on the bark John Ena at the turn of the twentieth century.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Sailing With Scoundrels And Kings

Author : John Jourdane
ISBN : 0963189611
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Hop aboard for a wild sail across the oceans of the world with John Jourdane. This book chronicles 45 years of John's life sailing with oceans of the world. Travel from sailing sabots in California to sailing with Kings in Europe; from sailing the trade winds of Hawaii and Tahiti to racing around the world in the icy Roaring Forties near Antarctica; from cruising the beautiful atolls of Micronesia to visiting the wild game parks of South Africa. John is one of the world's most experienced offshore sailors, having sailed over 300,000 miles. He has crossed the Pacific Ocean 47 times, the Atlantic 12 times, and has circumnavigated the world 3 times, including 2 Whitbread Round the World Races. If you have an ounce of saltwater in your blood, you will love this book.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Sailing Seamanship And Yacht Construction

Author : Uffa Fox
ISBN : 9780486149035
Genre : Transportation
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Packed with information, ideas, and more than 300 excellent illustrations, this classic of the genre was written by the father of modern planing sailboats. Most of text focuses on individual vessels.
Category: Transportation


Author : Jack Turner
ISBN : 9780307491220
Genre : History
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In this brilliant, engrossing work, Jack Turner explores an era—from ancient times through the Renaissance—when what we now consider common condiments were valued in gold and blood. Spices made sour medieval wines palatable, camouflaged the smell of corpses, and served as wedding night aphrodisiacs. Indispensible for cooking, medicine, worship, and the arts of love, they were thought to have magical properties and were so valuable that they were often kept under lock and key. For some, spices represented Paradise, for others, the road to perdition, but they were potent symbols of wealth and power, and the wish to possess them drove explorers to circumnavigate the globe—and even to savagery. Following spices across continents and through literature and mythology, Spice is a beguiling narrative about the surprisingly vast influence spices have had on human desire. Includes eight pages of color photographs. One of the Best Books of the Year: Discover Magazine, The Christian Science Monitor, San Francisco Chronicle
Category: History