♥ Book Title : The Old Man and Me Book 2: Things I Didn't Get to Tell You the First Time
☯ Full Synopsis : "The Old Man and Me - "Stories I Didn't Get to Tell You the First Time" continues the story of the author's early life through the 1960s. It overlaps the first book, filling gaps among his original adventures. Ride along on a humpback bridge "jump" in a hot rod and take a Senior Class Trip to Washington, D.C. Experience life as a farm boy trying to make his way in an exclusive small college, where a trip to Chesapeake Bay to study oysters becomes a study in eating raw oysters on an oyster boat. Learn Army life as the author and his brother go through Basic Training. Spend a year with him at Camp Page, South Korea, where setting a field exercise by a horse radish field becomes a lesson in gas attack response. Walk among heroes, and learn what a Medal of Honor really means. Back at college the author discovers the sophisticated girl he loves, happily loves her "educated hick" in return. Ride along on their midwinter honeymoon journey through America's plains and mountains to grad school at Utah State U., Where they endure the difficulties of being newlyweds under the pressures of grad school in an unfamiliar culture."Article| R. C. Larlham| Statement ..."
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♥ Book Title : The Old Man and the New Man
☯ Full Synopsis : "Greetings in the name ofJesus Christ!Ray Berto and his wife, Karen currently reside Sumner Washington, They are active members of their local church. Ray has four children, and all have accepted Jesus into theirs hearts to be their Lord and Savior.This book came about through many years of prayer. Ray wants this book to be his voice for Jesus, so that he can reach as many as he can with the story of God's miraculous saving grace. It is his prayer that as you read his story you will know that God can do the same for you. Jesus is coming again and the time is short. Are you ready to meet God? Isaiah 55:6 says "Seek the LORD while He may be found." Will you do this today?Ray and Karen have started Lighthouse Rescuer Ministries and would like the opportunity to pray with you, talk with you and answer any questions you might have. Call or write.Jesus has done a tremendous work in Ray - healing emotions like hate, fear, anger, depression and suicide. He has put within him a love and compassion for others and vision to see them healed as he was. Ray gave his old man to Jesus and Jesus gave him a new man. His life is forever changed and God will do the same for you.Ray and Karen BertoPhone: 253-863-3033Lighthouse Rescuer MinistriesWeb: lighthouserm.comP.O. Box 748Email: [email protected], WA 98390Ray & Karen Bertoc/o Faith Family ChurchPhone: 253-922-77731702 Milton WayMilton, WA 98352"Article| Raymond (Ray) Berto| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Traditional Tunes of the Child Ballads
☯ Full Synopsis : "This is the musical counterpart to the famous Francis James Child collection of English and Scottish ballads from the 13th to the 19th centuries. Professor Child's canon established the texts; Professor Bronson’s work provides both tunes and texts. Originally published in 1959. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905."Article| Bertrand Harris Bronson| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Old Man's Home. Fourth Edition
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| William ADAMS (M.A., Fellow of Merton College, Oxford.)| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Old Man And Me
☯ Full Synopsis : "There's love, and there's revenge. Betsy Lou Saegessor is bent on revenge. Her father is dead, and to top it off, the vast fortune that should have been hers has ended up, through the second marriage of her now deceased stepmother, in the bank account of the legendary and elusive Englishman, C.D. McKee. So Betsy sets out from New York to seduce and betray him. C.D. is fat and ugly - but boy is he sexy. Betsy follows him through the night clubs of London, grooving to jazz, smoking hash - and plotting murder. A wickedly funny novel about falling in love -- with an Old Man and the Old World -- despite the best intentions."Article| Elaine Dundy| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Old Man's Home
☯ Full Synopsis : "A story of a spiritual friendship between little Annie and a disordered man who was deserted and lived alone in a house by the shore."Article| William Adams| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Sequil
☯ Full Synopsis : "The continuing Adventures of Plupy, Beany, and Pewt. "Sequil" is indeed the sequel to Henry A. Shutes beloved Diary of a Real Boy. Henry A. Shute was widely considered the Mark Twain of New England during his life time. Transport yourself to a simpler time and laugh along with our heros as they navigate through the trials and tribulations of boyhood in the late 1800's."Article| Henry A. Shute| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : J.Shutong Fairy Tales Vol.2 : Plant
☯ Full Synopsis : "Five Chinese classic stories and four folk stories about plant. 1.Big Bamboo Shoots by Author Unknown – China Folk story 2.Zaohe by Author Unknown – China Folk story 3.The Selfish Palm by Author Unknown – China Folk story 4.The Embroidered Pillow by Author Unknown – China Folk story 5.Ginseng Goblin by 冯梦龙 (1574~1646) 6.The 24 Filial Kids ：Meng Zong by 郭居敬 (Yuan Dynasty People) 7.The 24 Filial Kids ：Lu Ji by 郭居敬 (Yuan Dynasty People) 8.The 24 Filial Kids ：Cai Shun by 郭居敬 (Yuan Dynasty People) 9.The 24 Filial Kids : Ding Lan by 郭居敬 (Yuan Dynasty People)"Article| 梁庭嘉, 张读, 郭居敬| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Weekly Visitor
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♥ Book Title : Losing Everything
☯ Full Synopsis : "In Losing Everything, his first book of nonfiction, acclaimed novelist David Lozell Martin tells his wildest, most outlandish story yet -- his own. One evening in the mountainous forest of his isolated West Virginia farmhouse, Martin became disoriented when searching for a horse who had wandered off the property. Wading through the dark and guiding his horse with a belt around its neck, Martin felt as though every step was taking him deeper into the mountains. Instead, he unknowingly spent the night walking in a wide circle that brought him back to where he started. This quickly became a metaphor for Martin's life. "The more lost I get, the closer to home I come." After growing up with a violent father who nearly killed Martin's clinically insane mother, Martin pursued a writer's life with a vengeance, becoming vulnerable to struggles with alcohol, financial ruin, and legal feuds. Then, after a betrayal by his soul mate, Martin's sanity was in as much jeopardy as his mother's had ever been -- a state of mind that in his case led to gunfire, divorce, and at least one trip to the emergency room. But Losing Everything is less about getting lost and more about finding your way home again. In his pursuit of stability, Martin uncovered lessons that might help others who have encountered loss: take pleasure in something as small as an ampersand, keep a list of people you know who have died, meet your own death like a warrior, and be glad you don't own a monkey. Deeply personal yet surprisingly universal, Martin's story is for anyone who has wandered astray. If not a road map, his journey is a guide, providing hard-earned wisdom to illuminate the path home."Article| David Lozell Martin| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Old Man River and Me
☯ Full Synopsis : "Mark Knudsen is an adventurer who built an eighteen-foot flat-bottom johnboat and motored down the Mississippi River from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico and lived the dream of many people."Article| Mark Knudsen, Shawn Plank| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Mythology of the Blackfoot Indians
☯ Full Synopsis : "Mythology of the Blackfoot Indians, originally published in 1908 by the American Museum of Natural History, introduces such figures as Old Man, Scar-Face, Blood-Clot, and the Seven Brothers. Included are tales with ritualistic origins emphasizing the prototypical Beaver-Medicine and the roles played by Elk-Woman and Otter-Woman, as well as a presentation of Star Myths, which reveal the astronomical knowledge of the Blackfoot Indians. Narratives about Raven, Grasshopper, and Whirlwind-Boy account for conditions in humanity and nature. Many of the stories in the concluding group, such as ?The Lost Children? and ?The Ghost-Woman,? were tales told to Blackfoot children. ø These narratives were collected early in the twentieth century from the Piegans in Montana and from the North Piegans, the Bloods, and the Northern Blackfoot in Canada. Most were translated by D. C. Duvall and revised for Mythology of the Blackfoot Indians by Clark Wissler. Darrell Kipp provides an introduction to the new Bison Books edition."Article| Clark Wissler, D. C. Duvall| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Boy & the Old Man
☯ Full Synopsis : "So who is Omar Eby? A retired English professor (tenderhearted and cynical) who looks with affection and severity upon the young man he once was in Somalia. Ebys first chapter Learning My Name quickly and playfully sets the tone for this fascinating memoir, The Boy and the Old Man. Identifying with one Omar after another, Eby skips from a Taliban terrorist and a four-star general to a translator of Somali tales and an Old Testament duke; then recalls an English student in Mogadiscio and an Epicurean Persian poet; meets a Chilean Anabaptist and finally names the close friend of Prophet Muhammad, Omar ibn al Khattab. You think this an exercise in narcissism? Of course notthe author finds too many ties linking a nave Mennonite missionary boy to Muslim society and the incredible beauty of the natural worldshows too well the tensions between documented facts and dramatic memory. On the horn of Africa, Somali pirates seize tankers. On the mainland, clans fire rockets into each others quarters of Mogadishu, once the capital of the Somali Republic. But Omar Eby remembers another Somalia, when he taught there 50 years ago. Through the grid of accumulated years, Eby studies that missionary boy. The reader hears two voices: the 23-year old boy and the 73-year old man. Often the old man loves the boy; often the boy embarrasses him. The Somalis, Eby remembers as beautiful and exasperating, then, in 1959, as now, in 2009. The chapters are like a series of transparencies laid down one on top of the other. The boys views overlaid by the mans two visits to Somalia in his thirties and then memory laid over everything. With more details, everything should be clearer. Yet, Eby writes in the Introduction, we are pleasantly surprised to find that the historically reconstructed self is still blurred, as muddy as the Shebelli River which flows through Somalia from the Ethiopian highlands."Article| Omar Eby| Statement ..."