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Tread Softly On My Dreams

Author : Gretta Curran Browne
ISBN : 0995558256
Genre : Fiction
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Set against the background of the beauty of Ireland, the dark clouds of its past, as well as the humour and dreams of its people, this is a passionate and powerful true story of three young people, Robert Emmet, Anne Devlin, and Sarah Curran, drawn together in love, in hope, and tragedy.--- "A very fine achievement." -- SUNDAY PRESS
Category: Fiction

Tread Softly

Author : WatercolourC Notebook
ISBN : 1692705601
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Color Paperback. Size: 6 inches x 9 inches. 82 sheets (164 pages for writing). Watercolour Yates Tread Softly Because You Tread On My Dreams. 156821918892

Tread Softly

Author : Kate Pennington
ISBN : 9781444909593
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Mary Devereux and her father, John, have been appointed to embroider a precious cloak for Walter Raleigh, ready for an invitation to Queen Elizabeth I's court. Each stitch carries Mary's dreams and longings as she gets to know the world of high society. Silently she observes gossip, ambition, dark secrets and high vanity and - on one fateful day - murder. Now Mary is being watched - a dangerous traitor suspects she knows more than she should...
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Don T Tread On My Dreams

Author : Dora Taylor
ISBN : 9781415208311
Genre : Fiction
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Whether set in Cape Town, Johannesburg or the remoteness of lonely farms, these stories present an acute and heartfelt sensitivity for the troubles of ordinary people during apartheid. They provide a rare historical record of the times, revealing the hopes and dreams of people of all races, that are only now becoming a reality. Dora Taylor's powers of observation enable her to conjure up the vibrancy of a city, the squalor of a shanty town or the peace of the veld. Although the stories are often heart-rendingly tragic, there is always an underlying quality of hope, springing from the author’s intense desire that things should improve, an objective to which she devoted her life.
Category: Fiction

Only In My Dreams

Author : Denise Robins
ISBN : 9781444781519
Genre : Fiction
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Half drowned and desperate after leaping into a river to escape an assailant, Ming Corally drags herself to the gates of Julian Barrisford's home. Julian takes her in. But his wife seizes on the excuse to file a divorce petition - an action which threatens to destroy both Julian and the innocent girl he has saved.
Category: Fiction

30 Days A Devotional Memoir

Author : D.M. Webb
ISBN : 9781620203460
Genre : Religion
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Do you desire to no longer be alone? Do you yearn for understanding and hope? Do you wish for a closer walk with Jesus? When a relationship ends, whether through divorce or death, it leaves us with heartache and sadness. Fear of loneliness overwhelms our soul. Anger at God consumes us. We are suddenly thrust into unknown territory, lost and bewildered. Psalm 147:3 He healeth the broken in heart, and bindeth up their wounds. 30 Days: A Devotional Memoir brings you deeply moving stories to strengthen your walk and bring you closer to Christ. Author D. M. Webb shares her three year spiritual journey with a collection of thirty devotions designed to reach out and uplift those who have endured the turbulent emotions that come with divorce, widowhood, and single parenting. Reach out, place your hand in His, and begin your journey today.
Category: Religion

Always Tread Softly

Author : Gerry O'Sullivan
ISBN : 1495939693
Genre : Fiction
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The sleepy village of Castleconner was rocked by the discovery of three charred and mutilated bodies near the badly burnt Manor House. Curiously it was ten years to the day that a monstrous storm and fire destroyed the stables and badly damaged the Manor. Concurrent with this disaster was the disappearance of five people, three stable workers and the young Heiress and her lover, the charismatic sports hero, son of the estate manager.Where had the two lovers disappeared to for all these years. Why the terrible mutilation, that could only be described as demonic horror. Could these questions have anything to do with the fact that there is a Paranormal expert in the village from Rome?These are the questions that Chief Inspector Patrick Muldoon must answer; he felt that there were many mysteries enclosed in this horrific series of events. He had witnessed many terrifying and horrific killings during the London Blitz, he was about to find out that none were as frightening as the mystery he was about to investigate in this picturesque village of Castleconnor.
Category: Fiction

Tread Softly

Author : Corinne Gerson
ISBN : 0590319043
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A young girl tries to cope with the loss of her parents by inventing an imaginary family.

Best Loved Yeats

Author : Mairéad Ashe FitzGerald
ISBN : 9781847174338
Genre : Poetry
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I have spread my dreams under your feet; Tread softly because you tread on my dreams … Some of the most famous lines in Irish poetry come from the pen of William Butler Yeats, poet, patriot, dramatist and senator. This illustrated collection of forty of his best-loved works, on Love, Politics, Old Age, Myth and Legend includes people, places and events that were important to him.
Category: Poetry

The Spectator

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924057525416
Genre : English literature
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Things Hoped For

Author : Andrew Clements
ISBN : 9781101042748
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Seventeen-year-old Gwen is preparing to audition for New York City’s top music schools when her grandfather mysteriously disappears, leaving Gwen only a phone message telling her not to worry. But there’s nothing more stressful than practicing for her auditions, not knowing where her grandfather is, and being forced to lie about his whereabouts when her insistent great-uncle demands an audience with him. Then Gwen meets Robert, also in town for music auditions, and the two pair up to brave the city without supervision. As auditions approach and her great-uncle becomes more aggressive, Gwen and Robert make a startling discovery. Suddenly Gwen’s hopes are turned upside down, and she and Robert are united in ways neither of them could have foretold. . . .
Category: Juvenile Fiction


Author : Donald Hunt
ISBN : 9781617499388
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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NBA stars Eddie Jones and Aaron McKie, who played together at Temple University for Hall of Fame coach John Chaney, team with acclaimed journalist Donald Hunt to share their experiences, life lessons, and challenges posed and met by their demanding coach. Along the way, they reveal a hidden side to this basketball icon and offer lessons of their own for athletes of all ages.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Applied Theatre Development

Author : Tim Prentki
ISBN : 9781472508287
Genre : Performing Arts
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At once both guide book and provocation, this is an indispensable companion for students and practitioners of applied theatre. It addresses all key aspects: principles, origins, politics and aesthetics in a concise and accessible style designed to appeal both to those who have recently discovered this sub-discipline and to experienced practitioners and academics. Part 1 is divided into two chapters. The first introduces the sub-discipline of Theatre for Development, covering its origins, principles and history, and providing an overview of theatre for development in Western contexts as well as in Africa, Asia, the Indian Subcontinent and Latin America. The second focuses upon theoretical and philosophical issues confronting the discipline and its relationship to contemporary politics, as well as considering its future role. Part 2 consists of seven chapters contributed by leading figures and current practitioners from around the world and covering a diverse range of themes, methodologies and aesthetic approaches. One chapter offers a series of case studies concerned with sexual health education and HIV prevention, drawn from practitioners working in Vietnam, Papua New Guinea, Southern Africa, and China. Other chapters include studies of intercultural theatre in the Peruvian Amazon; a programme of applied theatre conducted in schools in Canterbury, New Zealand, following the 2010 earthquake; an attempt to reinvigorate a community theatre group in South Brazil; and an exchange between a Guatemalan arts collective and a Dutch youth theatre company, besides others.
Category: Performing Arts

Cavendon Hall

Author : Barbara Taylor Bradford
ISBN : 9781250032331
Genre : Fiction
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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author comes an epic saga of intrigue and mystique set in Edwardian England. Cavendon Hall is home to two families, the aristocratic Inghams and the Swanns who serve them. Charles Ingham, the sixth Earl of Mowbray, lives there with his wife Felicity and their six children. Walter Swann, the premier male of the Swann family, is valet to the earl. His wife Alice, a clever seamstress who is in charge of the countess's wardrobe, also makes clothes for the four daughters. For centuries, these two families have lived side-by-side, beneath the backdrop of the imposing Yorkshire manor. Lady Daphne, the most beautiful of the Earl's daughters, is about to be presented at court when a devastating event changes her life and threatens the Ingham name. With World War I looming, both families will find themselves tested in ways they never thought possible. Loyalties will be challenged and betrayals will be set into motion. In this time of uncertainty, one thing is sure: these two families will never be the same again. Cavendon Hall is Barbara Taylor Bradford at her very best, and its sweeping story of secrets, love, honor, and betrayal will have readers riveted up to the very last page.
Category: Fiction

The Greater Thief

Author : Alexandra Carey
ISBN : 9781780995526
Genre : Fiction
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The Greater Thief is a literary crime story of gangs, justice, and faith, set around a notorious London estate. It is inspired by the true stories of young men who have been through the UK criminal justice system, and questions the easy assumptions all around us about crime and urban poverty. There is a murder on the street. Alice is there. Josh is there. And everyone believes he is guilty, except for her. Paul, the Parish Vicar, holds the key to proving his innocence but first he must find the courage to forget himself. Alice will stand face to face with the reality of the men who want Josh dead, and the discovery about his father s past unravels the code that governs his life. All three must risk what they hoped never to lose, as the things they believe in are tested with fire. With a combination of myth, tall tales and hip-hop rhythms, this modern fable explores the intersection between everyday crime and loyalty in an ever- expanding city.
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Happiness Paradox

Author : Ziyad Marar
ISBN : 9781861896087
Genre : Education
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The dream of a happy life has preoccupied thinkers since Plato, and in modern times it has become one of the signature tunes of our age – the rise of therapists, gurus, New Age cults and the use of Prozac are familiar indicators of how ubiquitous the pursuit of happiness has become within Western culture. The Happiness Paradox examines how this modern obsession has evolved. Ziyad Marar shows how the state of mind we seek remains highly elusive, and much of the energy devoted to searching for happiness is wasted or even self-defeating. The author argues that happiness is a deceptively simple idea that will always be elusive because it is based on a paradox: the conflict between feeling good while simultaneously being good. It is the conflict, for example, between the desire to break rules, for adventure or self-expression, and the need to follow them to gain the approval of society; these tensions permeate what Freud called the two central parts of a happy life: love and work. Drawing on a wide and varied range of sources – from psychology, philosophy, history, popular novels, television and films – this book will engage all those who are looking for meaning within their lives. It challenges the conventional search for happiness, while suggesting a bolder way to live with one of the central paradoxes of our time.
Category: Education

A Black Rose For The Angels Share

Author : Stevi James
ISBN : 9781477135006
Genre : Fiction
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The decision to take a nap on a strangers boat seemed harmless to Gracie Gainsborough until she wakes up to find herself in the middle of the Gulf of St. Lawrence with an Irish rum-runner who has a dangerous connection to her family. Ruairi O'Neill deserted the British Army in 1916 to fight for Irish freedom. In seven years of risking his life for the cause he has only made one mistake. Now, half a world away, that mistake will haunt him; forcing him to choose between the one he is sworn to protect and the one he can't help but love. Set against the backdrop of prohibition, A Black Rose for The Angels' Share is a story of devotion and betrayal and the ultimate sacrifice.
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Half Empty

Author : David Rakoff
ISBN : 0385533691
Genre : Humor
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In this deeply smart and sneakily poignant collection of essays, the bestselling author of Fraud and Don’t Get Too Comfortable makes an inspired case for always assuming the worst—because then you’ll never be disappointed. Whether he’s taking on pop culture phenomena with Oscar Wilde-worthy wit or dealing with personal tragedy, Rakoff’s sharp observations and humorist’s flair for the absurd will have you positively reveling in the untapped power of negativity.
Category: Humor

Beauty S Daughter Monster The Gimmick

Author : Dael Orlandersmith
ISBN : 9780307482051
Genre : Drama
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The sheer exuberance of language that pours forth in Dael Orlandersmith's plays has dazzled critics and audiences alike. In these three pieces, the award-winning writer and performer celebrates the power of words to rescue the young black women she portrays from their constricted worlds. In the Obie Award-winning play "Beauty's Daughter," Diane yearns to free herself from her soul-deadening surroundings, where people drown their unfulfilled aspirations in drugs and alcohol. In "Monster," Theresa imagines a life in the rock-'n'-roll poetry bohemia of Manhattan's Lower East Side and away from her home in East Harlem, where she is scorned as a misfit. And in "The Gimmick," Alexis escapes her brutal reality among the library bookshelves, where she dreams of becoming a writer in Paris. Charged with fearless wisdom, these three electrifying plays transform rage-filled ghetto experience into a triumph of rhapsodic expression.
Category: Drama