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Strong In The Rain

Author : Lucy Birmingham
ISBN : 9781137050601
Genre : History
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Blending history, science, and gripping storytelling, Strong in the Rain brings the 9.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Japan in 2011 and its immediate aftermath to life through the eyes of the men and women who experienced it. Following the narratives of six individuals, the book traces the shape of a disaster and the heroics it prompted, including that of David Chumreonlert, a Texan with Thai roots, trapped in his school's gymnasium with hundreds of students and teachers as it begins to flood, and Taro Watanabe, who thought nothing of returning to the Fukushima plant to fight the nuclear disaster, despite the effects that he knew would stay with him for the rest of his life. This is a beautifully written and moving account of how the Japanese experienced one of the worst earthquakes in history and endured its horrific consequences.
Category: History

Strong In The Rain

Author : Kenji Miyazawa
ISBN : 1852247819
Genre : Poetry
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A collection of poetry from an early 20th century Japanese poet, best known for his childrens stories.
Category: Poetry

Rain In The Mountains

Author : Ruskin Bond
ISBN : 9788184754469
Genre : Fiction
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Rain in the Mountains brings together some of Ruskin Bond’s most beautiful works from his years spent in the foothills of the Himalayas in the town of Mussoorie. Through vivid images and lucid writing, Bond evokes the everyday sights and sounds, and captures the essence of mountain life. The musings on his natural habitat, in both prose and poetry, offer a view of that simple and affable world. Some of his writings featured in the book are ‘Once Upon a Mountain Time’, ‘Sounds I Like to Hear’, ‘How Far Is the River’ and ‘After the Monsoon’. Rain in the Mountains will transport the reader into the quiet world of the mountains, lit with an eternal charm.
Category: Fiction

A Garden In The Rain

Author : Lynn Kurland
ISBN : 1440621624
Genre : Fiction
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New York Times bestselling author Lynn Kurland tells the story of Patrick MacLeod—the first MacLeod to discover the secrets of his ancestral land… Patrick MacLeod is haunted by his past, by events he had no control over and wishes desperately he could change. He hasn’t the heart for love, nor the time for rescuing maidens in distress of their own making. Until he sees a woman who touches his heart and stirs his soul…and makes him believe love might be possible again after all. For Madelyn Phillips, Scotland is the land of dreams, filled with magic, romance, and handsome Highland lords. Unfortunately, the reality of her dream vacation is no car, no luggage, and a pesky ex-fiancé determined to shadow her every move. She thinks her dreaming is in vain. Until she sees a man standing on a windswept moor, a Highlander full of secrets and longing, and knows she has seen her destiny. But the past isn’t through with either of them, and it will take all the love both of them possess to make their dreams come true…
Category: Fiction

The Rain Forests Of Home

Author : Peter Schoonmaker
ISBN : 9781610913379
Genre : Nature
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Stretching from the redwoods of California to the vast stands of spruce and hemlock in southeast Alaska, coastal temperate rain forests have been home to one of the highest densities of human settlements on the continent for thousands of years. However, the well-being of this region is increasingly threatened by diminishing natural capital, declining employment in traditional resource-based industries, and outward migration of young people to cities. The Rain Forests of Home brings together a diverse array of thinkers -- conservationists, community organizers, botanists, anthropologists, zoologists, Native Americans, ecologists, and others -- to present a multilayered, multidimensional portrait of the coastal temperate rain forest and its people. Joining natural and social science perspectives, the book provides readers with a valuable understanding of the region's natural and human history, along with a vision of its future and strategies for realizing that vision. Authors describe the physical setting and examine the geographic and evolutionary forces that have shaped the region since the last glacial period, with individual chapters covering oceanography, climate, geologic processes, vegetation, fauna, streams and rivers, and terrestrial/marine interactions. Three chapters cover the history of human habitation, and the book concludes with an exploration of recent economic, political, and cultural trends.Interspersed among the chapters are compelling profiles of community-level initiatives and programs aimed at restoring damaged ecosystems, promoting sustainable use of resources, and fostering community-based economic development. The Rain Forests of Home offers for the first time a unified description of the characteristics, history, culture, economy, and ecology of the coastal temperate rain forest. It is essential reading for anyone who lives in or cares about the region.
Category: Nature

A View From The Buffalo Tree

Author : Kelly Woods
ISBN : 9781401035006
Genre : Fiction
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There was a time when I aimed my camera at Dad like a gun, slowly, breathlessly, pulling the trigger on my Boogeyman who sat there innocent as a child, unpredictable as a madman, unaware of my effort to capture him on film. So says Katie, in the gripping novel, A View from the Buffalo Tree, which is about one woman's triumph over a childhood clouded with dark secrets. Under the gnarled branches of the Buffalo Tree, Katie weaves a passionate, hard-hitting, family saga of mental delusions and dark taboos. All the while she strives to overcome grief with humor and grit.
Category: Fiction

Strong Meat

Author : Herbert Chukwuka Omeje
ISBN : 9781450095877
Genre : Self-Help
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When one has mastered the “Elementary Teachings” [the milk of the word of God], the person is ripe to eat solid food [the mature teachings]. Of course, solid food includes meat and some meats are strong to chew. “Strong Meat” is strong but quite delicious. It is full of hope and prophetic insight. For the spiritual mind it is an invaluable asset, an appreciable truth that must be meditated upon over and over again; a never exhaustible meal.
Category: Self-Help

Tiger In The Rain

Author : Robert Clayton Buick
ISBN : 9781450036504
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography