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The Park Bench

Author : Fumiko Takeshita
ISBN : 0916291154
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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All through the sunny day the white bench in the park provides pleasure for the many people who come by, from the old man taking a walk to the children playing in the park.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Park Bench

Author : Chaboute
ISBN : 9780571332311
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Marking his English language debut, The Park Bench is Chabouté's beautiful and acclaimed story of a park bench and the lives it witnesses. At once intimate and universal, it is one of the most moving books you could hope to come across. For fans of The Fox and the Star, The Man Who Planted Trees and Richard Linklater's Boyhood. A beautiful single edition publication, The Park Bench will be followed by Chaboute's new book, All the World, in May 2018
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

The Park Bench In Peony Place

Author : Jules Wake
ISBN : 0008323658
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Full of romance and warm-hearted humour, this is the gorgeous new novel from the Kindle #1 bestselling author of Covent Garden in the Snow about love, friendship and the unexpected places we find happiness. In a hidden corner of London, tucked away behind the ivy, there's a secret garden, Peony Place. This is the story of two women. One old, one young. One park bench that brings them together. Some people come into your life when you need them the most. 'I love getting lost in a Jules Wake book' Debbie Johnson

Park Bench Dating

Author : Art Malov
ISBN : 9780979320804
Genre : Psychology
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Category: Psychology

From The Pavement To The Park Bench

Author : Hodge Christine
ISBN : 1432786520
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From The Pavement To The Park Bench is a book of short stories written to encourage the weary and to inspire readers to deepen their love for God and others. Inside these pages you will read about the author's journeys as a wife, mother, volunteer youth mentor and active member of her community. If you need encouragement as a mom of young children, find it in these humorous stories. If you want to be challenged to step out of your comfort zone and love people who often are overlooked, read these touching accounts. This book of true stories is for men and women of all ages and is sure to bring a smile to your face as you learn to look at ordinary events in a new light.

The Park Bench

Author : Gregory M Smith
ISBN : 1070716812
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Have you ever wondered why you make certain decisions? Have you ever questioned how you have come to be conditioned by past experiences? This is a heart warming story about a wise old man who sits on a park bench. As he reflects over his life he is at peace. He notices an angry young man who walks past him. Eventually the two strike up a conversation, and as the old man learns about his new found friends struggle, he offers his wisdom. This is a story of how two human beings relate, and how a young person learns to accept the guidance offered to him. The young man begins to change as he confronts his own issues and develops hope for his future, and the old man sustains and supports him through it. This is a story about human potential as we all come to terms with reconciling to ourselves and making good choices in life that benefits our well being. But to do this we need to first be aware of what it is that actually hinders us from moving forward.

The Park Bench Test Harperimpulse Contemporary Romance

Author : Sarah Lefebve
ISBN : 9780007548613
Genre : Fiction
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~ “Can you still see yourself sitting on a park bench, holding hands with that person when they are old and wrinkly? That’s the question you have to ask yourself...”
Category: Fiction

The Girl On The Park Bench

Author : Tom Dossett
ISBN : 1796301728
Genre : Fiction
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An average stroll through the park for Troy Creighton was just that - average. Every morning on his way to school he would stop and sit on his favorite bench before entering the high school. It was a good place to think and catch a much needed breath as Troy was born with pulmonary hypertension, a disease that could kill him. Getting through his senior year of high school, in love with the girl down the street, Bessie Turnipseed, and trying to decide what to do with his future were just a few things he would think about.But his thoughts were interrupted one morning when she came along, a beautiful, captivating girl who mysteriously showed up sitting on his secluded park bench, a place he kept to himself. Novita had chosen to meet Troy for her own specific reasons, and when he discovered where she came from and what those reasons were, his mind was blown away. Bizarre accidents and unexpected murders were what followed resulting in a small group of people, privy to Novita's secret quest, to band together. It was imperative that this group figure out how to save the present world from the impenetrable horror that plagued them, moreover the future of humanity one-hundred years into the future. Troy Creighton was no longer plagued with his own thoughts, but the fate of the world's future rested upon his seemingly average shoulders now.
Category: Fiction

From The Park Bench

Author : O. c. McFadden
ISBN : 9781770671331
Genre : Poetry
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From The Park Bench is a collection of writings that have come from life's experiences. The joys and sorrows, the hope's and disappointments that almost everyone encounters in their life time. There are the observations of children at play and lovers by candle light. The reader can become a spectator and view mortality and spirituality as a personal journey. The author sums it up by saying, "From The Park Bench is where all the things of life come together, to be reviewed and reflected upon for one moment in time. Have a seat, the view is great from the bench."
Category: Poetry

The Park Bench

Author : Arlene Hill
ISBN : 9781387161386
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The Broken Park Bench

Author : Eliza Louise Durbin
ISBN : 1388180138
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Eliza Durbin is a young author from Boston. She has been writing poetry since the age of eight, and The Broken Park Bench is her first published collection. Eliza chose the title of this collection when she wrote the poem--The Broken Park Bench--just before moving from Newton to Boston. Before moving, Eliza wrote poetry and drew inspiration from an actual broken bench, but now feels that the nature of drawing inspiration from an object which is traditionally 'broken' perfectly encompasses the theme of her entire collection. Eliza does not write in a specific genre of poetry and hopes that each reader is able to appreciate the varying styles of writing and how they represent the message of each individual poem. Most of Eliza's poems portray her love of the physical nature in Vermont or ekphrastic pieces inspired by paintings depicting nature scenes.

A Counselor An Old Man And A Park Bench

Author : Sir Richard Alexander
ISBN : 179426924X
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Have you ever wondered if you could make a change in this world, if it is actually possible to effect the lives around you? If you have wondered, then this is for you. Jared is a counselor who is fed up with life. He can't see the good he is capable of, nor anything worthwhile he has ever done. He is ready to throw in the towel, when an old man comes into his life and gives him a second chance.

Park Bench Blessings

Author : Yvette Balboa
ISBN : 9781973649403
Genre : Poetry
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The artist gazes into her finished panoramic view of a landscape as she sits and deepens her mesmerized stare, opening the window of her soul. What is she feeling? Contentment, love, suffering, or friendship illuminates the life of a park bench where it bows in humbleness. At a distance, a young woman crosses a wooden bridge and sits on a park bench. The various perspectives of blue-sky tones highlight auburn values to accentuate feelings of love, loss, emptiness, and joy. At the forefront of the landscape, an egret patiently waits for the stream’s current to change direction. A hand rests on a park bench, and the message appears on the journal’s cream sketched paper. Lightly, the Park Bench Blessing’s poetic form reveals life’s meandering journey—capturing love, loss, and courage through heartfelt moments intended to share gratitude and contentment with every breath.
Category: Poetry

From Park Avenue To Park Bench

Author : Jack Watkins
ISBN : 1973354152
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Suffering from executive burnout and a broken heart, a 40-year old college-educated, professional man falls backwards into the sex trade through the lure of easy money. He soon finds himself immersed in an entire subculture of society, which is teeming with depravity, drugs, and violence. From Park Avenue to Park Bench chronicles one man's escapades in the street world of drugs and prostitution, followed by his downward spiral into addiction, bankruptcy, homelessness, and, eventually incarceration. From Park Avenue to Park Bench is not an autobiography nor is it a story of fall and redemption, but rather, it is an inside look at the harsh reality of life on the street and the insanity of alcoholism/addiction. Through first-person perspective, the book strives to shed light on this widely misunderstood disease, which afflicts 23.5 million Americans and indirectly affects countless others. By recounting the author's experiences, the book also examines the inner workings of our judicial and penal systems, as well as the substance abuse treatment industry. From Park Avenue to Park Bench provides the opportunity to experience life on the street and what it's like to be an alcoholic and drug addict.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Park Bench Collection

Author : Roy Camblin
ISBN : 9781450282741
Genre : Poetry
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Roy has spent the past forty years traveling the earth in search of adventure as a circus performer, instructor pilot in advanced jets, bush pilot, helicopter pilot, search and rescue mission commander, war planner, stock broker, and senior business executive. He has lived and worked in Japan, Turkey, Philippines, Hawaii, Rotterdam, Dubai, Paris, London, and towns in the US southwest and Deep South. For the past two decades hes divided his time between homes in San Francisco and Paris and has been a senior executive in the stock brokerage, banking, and high tech industries with pacing organizations like Wells Fargo, Oracle, and Citibank. Roy has been immersed in many cultures, and has built a strong reputation as a visionary, change agent, and strong communicator. He now works as a full time artist and writer. When once asked what his secret to success was, Roy responded Life is fiction, we are each the author of our own destiny. Simply write your life forward to the outcome you desire. Roy has an MS in Systems Management from USC, and a BS in Marketing from Florida State University. Honors include being twice nominated by Pacific Air Forces for Ten Outstanding Young Men Of America and being named Visionary Of The Year by Sun Micro Systems in 1992.
Category: Poetry

Redeemer On The Roadside

Author : Shari Broyer
ISBN : 9798664231366
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"There is nothing in this world that forgiveness cannot heal."Waya Ridge is a homeless man in his mid-forties who has no concern for anyone else-only himself and where he's getting his next fix. He steals a bicycle from another homeless "friend" and takes off down the Pacific Coast Highway where a callous motorist rams into the back of the bicycle and continues on, despite sending helmet-less Waya flying headlong into the rocks on the cliffside just beyond the railing. It is a driver passing in the opposite direction who witnesses the hit-and-run and stops to rescue the broken man.Thus begins a new journey down a completely different road for Waya Ridge-and his sister, Ahyoka Ridge, who has issues of unforgiveness for her brother.

Bernard Baruch

Author : Carter Field
ISBN : 1436705932
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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.

Park Bench Stories

Author : Kathleen Venezia
ISBN : 1457543931
Genre : Fiction
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Like its predecessor, Park Bench Stories, Volume II is a collection of short stories that explores the emotions and motivations of ordinary people. From characters who are just beginning their lives to those nearing life's conclusion, it is their interactions that steer the courses they take. Settings vary from a small town in West Virginia, to a Manhattan subway, to the Vatican-with stops in between. Feelings of gratitude, rage, tolerance, jealousy, and regret find shelter within the memorable individuals in this collection. The author embraces the complexities in human nature that propel people forward-often into unexpected situations. Enter the mind of an unstable and dangerous man, a sympathetic and strong-willed friend, and the unhappy spouse of a politician. Observe the consequences of accepting unasked for advice, of outgrowing one's upbringing, and of needing to discover the past in order to move onward. Enjoy the situations created when a person is too curious. An entertaining and insightful storyteller, the author depicts relationships that tug on the lives of the characters and make them all so human and unpredictable. Kathleen Venezia lives with her husband in Carmel, Indiana. She is the author of Longview (a book of poetry) and Park Bench Stories.
Category: Fiction