THATS ANOTHER STORY

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That S Another Story

Author : Julie Walters
ISBN : 9780297857488
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The number-one Sunday Times bestseller Her mum wanted her to be a nurse so that is what Julie did. But in her heart she had always wanted to be an actress and soon she was on stage at the local theatre in Liverpool. Her career snowballed with highlights that include Educating Rita, Billy Elliot, Harry Potter, Acorn Antiques, Dinner Ladies and Mamma Mia! She has been nominated for two Oscars, been awarded multiple BAFTAs and a Golden Globe, plus been honoured with a DBE. This is the heart-warming and funny story of that journey.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Oh That S Another Story

Author : Alexandra Eames
ISBN : 9781932916195
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Long-time Sag Harborites writer Alexandra Eames and painter Whitney Hansen have collaborated on this eloquent portrait in words and images of the 300-year-old village of Sag Harbor, NY. From its beginnings as a leading whaling port in the nineteenth century Sag Harbor developed into an industrial center in the twentieth century. Today, the village is a center of art and literary culture for the East End of Long Island—and a major tourist destination. Sag Harbor offers an environment that is diverse, respectful of tradition, and at the same time tolerant of strangers and new ideas. Eames’s insightful interviews with dozens of old-timers combine with Hansen’s evocative paintings of the varied Sag Harbor landscape to present a unique portrait of this remarkable village. With 75 full-color reproductions of Whitney Hansen's paintings.
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But That S Another Story

Author : Tom Hunnel
ISBN : 1983714518
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TOM HUNNEL has played mandolin, guitar and banjo in string bands for almost half a century. For ten of those years he and fiddler wife Sue toured the taverns, hotels, nightclubs and bars of the western U.S. and Canada as working musicians, in a live-in housetruck chock-full of instruments, sound equipment and pets. The quick, punchy anecdotes in this book-from Tom's Army tour of Vietnam through a succession of freewheeling Old-Time groups from the '70s till now-bring to life a parallel story to the more familiar rock 'n' roll tales of the era. Whiskey Creek String Band, Poodle Creek Pickers, Fiddlin' Sue, Uncle T & Johnny, and the current Fiddlin' Big Sue Band made and continue to make music that's as heartfelt and relevant as it is rowdy. It's an alternative American Songbook, one with roots in the 19th century and still timeless to modern ears.
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But That S Another Story

Author : Sandy Asher
ISBN : 0606168761
Genre : Children's stories, American.
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Includes short stories of various genres, author interviews, and an introduction to each genre.
Category: Children's stories, American.

But That S Another Story

Author : Marcella Ann Stapor
ISBN : 1539753328
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It began as a simple exercise in a writing class. And yet over the course of several years, it would become a meaningful journey. As Marcella Ann Stapor collected scraps of memories from her long and rich life - a colorful story here, a chance encounter there - a vivid arc came into view. Born in an era in which women were not afforded the career advantages of men, Marcella drew strength from her buoyant spirit and bottomless optimism, ultimately becoming a respected attorney and avid world traveler. In this thoughtful and uplifting memoir, Marcella recalls the indelible events that shaped her extraordinary life, from losing her father at a young age, to confronting gender bias as the only woman in her Brooklyn law school class, to embracing her senior years with the passion and curiosity that have become her trademark. "I believe in karma," Marcella reflects. "I think life should be lived by a moral and ethical code, and I am comfortable knowing where I stand in that regard. In fact, I am looking for my next challenge right now."
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Another Day Another Story

Author : Cherie Bright
ISBN : 9781435709188
Genre : Humor
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Glances into the daily life of Holly Homemaker/ Mommy Extrodinaire Cherie Bright and her bumbles along the way.
Category: Humor

City Of Dreadful Night

Author : Lee Siegel
ISBN : 0226756882
Genre : Fiction
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Visiting India to do research on Sanskrit horror literature, the narrator encounters Brahm Kathuwala, a storyteller who has had firsthand encounters with horror
Category: Fiction

The Warlock S Grandfather Short Story

Author : Christopher Stasheff
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Genre : Fiction
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When old Count Rory, patriarch of d'Armand Automatons, begins to lose his grip on reality and retreat into a fantasy world, it threatens his company, his noble house, and his family. Is he just a senile but harmless old man, or a danger to himself and others? And what, if anything, can be done about it?
Category: Fiction

True Stories Of Censorship Battles In America S Libraries

Author : Valerie Nye
ISBN : 9780838911303
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Librarians present their stories of dealing with challenges to library materials. Their stories come from all types of libraries: school, academic, public, and special libraries.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Not Another Story About Princess Diana

Author : S. E. Clarkson
ISBN : 9781462002719
Genre : Fiction
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Steven Jackson was raised in England, on the wrong side of the tracks the Black Country, where there's no right side. After a convoluted journey through life, he's content to bask in the Arizona sun and in his wife's attentions. His only contact with England is via the Internet or his infrequent visits to the British and Dominion Club near Long Beach his English fix. Into this idyll comes a letter from the British Embassy inviting him to discuss a matter of some delicacy. Steven allows his wife, Pamela, to persuade him to respond to the letter, only because the consulate is on the way to the beach at Santa Monica, fish and chips at the Kings Head, a visit with friends, and maybe even some cricket. The news is not what he expects: he learns that he has a twenty-two-year-old daughter named Judith, a potential son-in-law, and some very distinguished in-laws. He finds himself embroiled in the preparations for a royal wedding and suddenly in conflict with two of his least favorite institutions: the British government and the media.
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