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A Sparrow Stirs Its Wings

Author : Rachel Finch
ISBN : 0999079646
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Sudden Denouement Publishing is honored to publish Rachel Finch's book of poetry 'A Sparrow Stirs its Wings." Finch is the powerhouse behind the Bruised But Not Broken community on Facebook, which provides support and healing for trauma survivors. She is a symbol of hope and light throughout the world.

Broken Wing Sparrow

Author : Mary Buford
ISBN : 9781491736135
Genre : Fiction
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Fr. Lance Tomas was the ideal flawless priest, who's youthfulness and personality gained him fav or in a small Wisconsin town; that is, until an act of God took his memory away, and being a priest, or himself was more of a challenge than a lifestyle. Taking the necessary small steps to regain who he was, Fr Lance Tomas goes on a journey, of his past, the priesthood, and his region; now seeing an entirely new world; instead of pleasantries and smiles; he now sees a world in need of God. Now more determined than ever to regain his knowledge of the priesthood, he struggles with his own thoughts & questions, while befriending a rosary maker, single mother named Tammy. He finds her to be a part of his past, his present, and his future. He soon realizes that he is drawn to her, almost attracted in away, to her religious views and enjoyable personality. Will he be forced to choose between her, the priesthood... or with the stroke of the Pope's pen, will he be able to have both?
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Sparrow And The Dagger

Author : A.M. Yates
ISBN : 9781943746132
Genre : Fiction
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Seventeen-year-old Aes has lived his entire life in backwater-central, Horizon Banks, Nebraska. Where nothing new happens. Ever. Until a couple of mysterious strangers show up. Now the drowsy streets of his small town are vanishing, literally, before his eyes. He's haunted by dreams about living another life, in another world. The hot-and-cold daughter of the mayor tries to stab him, but she doesn't know why. Not to mention the birds... Whatever's going on, one thing's for sure, if Aes doesn't find a way out of his small town, it'll kill him. Keywords: young adult books, young adults books, teen books, teen romance books, romance, fantasy, ya fantasy books, young adult fantasy books, young adult romance books
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Nile Sparrows

Author : Ibrahim Aslan
ISBN : 9774162404
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Set in the author's own Nile-side neighborhood of Warraq, Aslan's second novel, the first to be translated and published in English, chronicles the daily rhythm of life of rural migrants to Cairo and their complex webs of familial and neighborly relations over half a century. It opens with the mysterious disappearance of the tiny grandmother, Hanem, who is over 100 years old and is last seen by her daughter-in-law Dalal. Dalal does not have the heart to tell Hanem that her grown children Nargis and Abdel Reheem have both been dead for some time. Her grandson Mr. Abdalla, who has children of his own and not a few flecks of gray in his hair, reluctantly sets out for their home village to search for her, embarking on a bittersweet odyssey into his family's past and a confrontation with his own aging. In an elliptical narrative, Aslan limns a series of vignettes that mimic the workings of memory, moving backward and forward in time and held together by a series of recurrent figures and images. There is Abdalla's father, the tragic al-Bahey Uthman; his quirky and earthy uncle Abdel Reheem; and his sweet mother, Nargis, who dies with her simplest desires unfulfilled. Aslan's moving portrait of the quotidian dramas that constitute the lives of ordinary Egyptians is untainted by populist pretensions or belittling romanticism, and full of the humor and heartbreaking pathos that have become trademarks of the author's style.
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Advanced Logo

Author : Michael Friendly
ISBN : 9781317766780
Genre : Psychology
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Advanced Logo shows how LOGO can be used as a vehicle to promote problem solving skills among secondary students, college students, and instructors. The book demonstrates the wide range of educational domains that can be explored through LOGO including generative grammars, physical laws of motion and mechanics, artificial intelligence, robotics, and calculus.
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Job Solomon S Song

Author : Matthew Henry
ISBN : NYPL:33433057420162
Genre : Bible
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Author : Kim Todd
ISBN : 9781861899774
Genre : Science
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Innocent. Invader. Lover. Thief. Sparrows are everywhere and wear many guises. Able to live in the Arctic and the desert, from Beijing to San Francisco, the house sparrow is the most ubiquitous wild bird in the world. They are the subject of elegies by Catullus and John Skelton and listed as “pretty things” in Sei Shonagon’s Pillow Book—but they’re also urban vermin with shocking manners that were so reviled that Mao placed them on the list of Four Pests and ordered the Chinese people to kill them on sight. In Sparrow, award-winning science and natural history writer Kim Todd explores the bird's complex history, biology, and literary tradition. Todd describes the difference between Old World sparrows, like the house sparrow, which can nest in a garage or in an airport, and New World sparrows, which often stake their claim to remote islands or meadows in the high Sierra. In addition, she looks at the nineteenth-century Sparrow War in the United States—a battle over the sparrow’s introduction—which set the stage for decades of discussions of invasive species. She examines the ways in which sparrows have taught us about evolution and the shocking recent decline of house sparrows in cities globally—this disappearance of a bird that seemed hardwired for success remains an ornithological mystery. With lush illustrations, ranging from early woodcuts and illuminated manuscripts to contemporary wildlife photography, this is the first book-length exploration of the natural and cultural history of this beloved, reviled, and ubiquitous bird.
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Dress Whites Gold Wings

Author : Daniell M. Brown
ISBN : 141220643X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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True experiences of a Georgia country boy who grew up to fly in Vietnam's non-war. Stories to make you not only smile and laugh, but ponder life's mysteries and blessings. Stories the author believes could be told and re-told to generations. Auto-biographical in the sense that the author lived and loved in the times and events chronicled. Written just as a storyteller might weave tales of adventure, love, heroism, family, friends, and deaths of comrades. The little stories that make life real. Read along as the author grasps the finality of death as a first grader, then at 16-years, stares into the barrel of a .38 revolver. Visit the back roads of Cuba during Castro's revolution, meet Miss America, hear about Connie Francis, and talk with Tennessee Williams. Then orbit overhead while John Glenn launches into history. Climb in the cockpit as co-pilot for gripping flight experiences during 3 tours to war-torn Vietnam. Enjoy unusual personal and flight experiences while in scenic Italy for author's last duty station before military retirement. Then the real change of life: At 41, a beautiful baby girl enters the scene. Add a thief's break-in while on vacation at the beach, two cancer scares, the impulsive yen to write a book, all while trying to decipher the author's version of the meaning of life. Find all the above plus lots of little sidebar stories that make life so real, so interesting, so enjoyable -it's all there in 370 pages of Dress Whites, Gold Wings.
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Song Of The Red Sparrow

Author : Rory Shane Riggs
ISBN : 9781462014613
Genre : Fiction
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In the tradition of Gone with the Wind, Cold Mountain, and Lonesome Dove, Song of the Red Sparrow presents the first installment of a sweeping historical epic that moves from Maryland at the time of the Civil War to a small, isolated Texas town. In Prairie Gulch, Texas, guarded secrets are told, legends are whispered, buried lies are uncovered, and hidden identities arent hidden for long. For residents of this rough-and-tumble town tucked away on the fringes of the civilized world, any change of pace is a welcome one. When a company of four lovely young dancers and singers rolls into town, all sorts of unexpected adventures ensue. But even their sworn protector, the stalwart Ralph Waldo Horowitz, cant prevent their first night in Prairie Gulch from becoming one theyll never forget. Luckily, the towns sheriff takes the ladies under his protection. Soon enough, the ladies of the Miss Lilliforth Dance League will learn that nothing sings quite like the song of the Red Sparrow.
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