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The Way Back Home

Author : Alecia Whitaker
ISBN : 9780316251457
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Music sensation Bird Barrett is hitting the road, headlining her first national tour after the launch of her second album. Singing to sold-out crowds can mess with a girl's sense of perspective, though. Luckily, Bird has her older brother, Dylan, and her best friend, Stella, along for the ride to keep her grounded. Then Dylan and Stella pair off as more than friends. Feeling left behind, Bird throws herself completely into her performances, cover shoots, and high-profile interviews. And the more she tries to distract herself with her career, the further she pushes everyone away-including her longtime crush, Adam Dean, who joined the tour as her opener. When Bird breaks down, she'll need help to find her footing again. But has she pushed everyone too far? In a life like this one, a country girl needs her family and friends-and maybe an old flame-most of all. A foot-stompin' finale to Alecia Whitaker's irresistible Wildflower series.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

The Way Back Home

Author : Elle Smith
ISBN : 1979633096
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In this collection of riveting poems, poet and artist Elle Smith takes one's heart, mind and soul on a strong woman's transformational journey in poetic form. With her rhythmic lines and undeniable literary talent, she invites the reader into a vibrant world of self-reflection, courage and expansion. Ultimately, Elle Smith utilizes profound symbolism and impeccable alliterative language to bridge the gap between one's inner world and what lies outside of themselves, inspiring them to delve deep to experience life afresh. Through life's many disappointments and difficult moments, this award-winning poet teaches the reader the importance of facing ones fears head on as opposed to sitting at the sidelines, for this is the only true way to be freed of that self-made cocoon and become a fearless butterfly.

No Way Back Home

Author : Miki Hruska
ISBN : 9781525560293
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In 1938, when faced with a decision to work at a shoe company in India or stay in Czechoslovakia and wait for another war, Miki Hruska’s newly married parents opted to move, thinking they would return home in a few years. But they would not be able to return “home” for another four decades; instead, home became Calcutta, where they raised their family and established a business during a parade of turbulent social and political events. The ill-planned departure of the British from India and their bungled attempts at Partition engendered riots and killings that brought bloodshed to the family’s front door. And when the Communists took over the government of West Bengal, they brought labour disruptions that made it next to impossible to operate the family business. This riveting family memoir is set during the cataclysmic events of WWII and its aftermath, giving a harrowing yet heartwarming portrait of life for a migrant Czech family and showing how perseverance and love can sustain people through the darkest of times.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Cooking My Way Back Home

Author : Mitchell Rosenthal
ISBN : 9781607740780
Genre : Cooking
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A collection of 100 of Mitchell Rosenthal's personal recipes for Southern-inspired comfort food with a California influence. In Cooking My Way Back Home, Mitchell Rosenthal delivers the same warmth, personality, and infectious enthusiasm for sharing food as can be found at his wildly popular San Francisco restaurants, Town Hall, Anchor and Hope, and Salt House. With his trademark exuberance and good humor, Mitchell blends Southern-inspired comfort food with urban sophistication and innovation, for exciting results. Reflecting on the classics (Shrimp Étouffée), updating regional specialties (Poutine), elevating family favorites (Chopped Liver), and reveling in no-holds-barred, all-out indulgences (Butterscotch Chocolate Pot de Crème) are what’s on order in this collection of 100 imaginative and irresistible recipes. Like a good friend offering up a platter of freshly fried Oysters Rémoulade, these robust, full-flavored recipes are impossible to refuse. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Cooking

The Way Back Home

Author : Oliver Jeffers
ISBN : 9780698148802
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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From the illustrator of the #1 smash hit The Day the Crayons Quit comes an imaginative tale of friendship in a world where what makes us different isn't nearly as important as what makes us the same. When a boy discovers a single-propeller airplane in his closet, he does what any young adventurer would do: He flies it into outer space! Millions of miles from Earth, the plane begins to sputter and quake, its fuel tank on empty. The boy executes a daring landing on the moon . . . but there’s no telling what kind of slimy, slithering, tentacled, fangtoothed monsters lurk in the darkness! (Plus, it’s dark and lonely out there.) Coincidentally, engine trouble has stranded a young Martian on the other side of the moon, and he’s just as frightened and alone. Martian, Earthling—it’s all the same when you’re in need of a friend.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Way Back Home

Author : Allan Stratton
ISBN : 9781448188628
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Zoe Bird is going nowhere fast. She’s angry and lonely, and her only true friend is her granny, whose Alzheimer’s is worsening. When her parents put Granny in a home, Zoe decides now is the time to break free. She smuggles Granny out and together they hit the tracks on a cross-country trip to find Zoe’s long-lost uncle. But there will be some home truths along the way. . . An emotional story about family, surviving school and being true to yourself for fans of The Art of Being Normal and Unbecoming.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

The Way Back Home

Author : Angus Hall (author)
ISBN : OCLC:1117475626
Genre : Short stories, Australian
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Category: Short stories, Australian

The Way Back Home

Author : Dennis Chamberland
ISBN : 1889422096
Genre : Religion
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"Holiness is not at all about what you see, but it is, instead, all about what you do not see. Show me a Christian who has lost his fear of making himself of no reputation among the religious people so that he can love the lost with his life, and I will show you a very powerful and dangerous man." In THE WAY BACK HOME a very detailed description of personal holiness is provided so that every Christian can clearly understand just what holiness is - and what it is not. Dennis Chamberland traces the application of holiness all the way back to its scriptural origins. He also warns the reader in a careful, cautionary note of the recent historic misadventures into what holiness should never become. THE WAY BACK HOME is developed as a personal journey into this most necessary, but widely misunderstood aspect of every believer's life. This book is a six week prayer and spiritual journal that gives every reader, regardless of their present spiritual condition, the opportunity to make personal holiness an individual journey. Christians either live courageous lives or they compromise to make everyone happy. Oft called "extremists" by the secular culture, real Christians are forced to make the choice - conciliation or become minimalized and isolated. This is a manual for the committed Christian who dares to uncompromisingly serve Christ and at the same time achieve true unilateral love for everyone else with the same fervor they love the Master. It is a chart down the long and sometime tearful highway called life. It is a book only for the truly faithful. It is a manual that leads the way to the only viable option: brilliant success.
Category: Religion

On The Way Back Home

Author : James Vincent Linden (S.J.)
ISBN : OCLC:1100242026
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The Way Back Home

Author : Carmen Jenner
ISBN : 1546960988
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August Cotton shouldn't be here. When a tragic accident calls him home to Magnolia Springs, this returned Veteran adds his parents to the list of things he's lost in recent years, right along with his IED detection dog and his left leg. As the sole guardian of his four-year-old sister, August must rely on his Marine training in raising a tiny hellion who's as stubborn as he is. But the Corps could never prepare him for this. Nor could they prepare him for Olivia Anders, a woman who'll stop at nothing to get her way. As owner of Paws for Cause, Olivia is no stranger to the broken men and women who return home from war. She's no stranger to broken dogs either. In fact, she's made it her mission to pair the two and enrich both of their lives, but pairing ornery and aloof August Cotton will take some work. The last thing August wants is some pushy southern woman occupying his parents' bed and breakfast and forcing him to open up about the hell he narrowly escaped, but that's exactly what Olivia intends. They complete one another, and yet they can't stand to be in the same room. Can Olivia make this hardened Marine feel again and finally show his heart the way back home? *** Intended for a mature 18+ audience only. This book may contain triggers for some readers.