Home Sweet Home

Author: Mrs. J. H. Riddell
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Home Sweet Home from the Author: Mrs. J. H. Riddell.

Home Sweet Home

Author: Judith Lever
Publisher: Academy Editions
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Home Sweet Home from the Author: Judith Lever.

Home Sweet Home

Author: C. Leaney
Publisher: Britannica Digital Learning
ISBN: 1615359540
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Home Sweet Home from the Author: C. Leaney. When Emily goes to Makayla's house after school, she learns about being safe on the way there and protecting herself from strangers.

Home Sweet Home

Author: Bella Riley
Publisher: Forever
ISBN: 145550582X
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Home Sweet Home from the Author: Bella Riley. What if you can go home again? Ten years and two hundred miles. That's what separates Andi Powell from quiet, secluded Emerald Lake-and that's exactly how she likes it. But now her job brings her back to the hometown she's tried so hard to forget . . . and to Nate Duncan, the man she's never been able to. Nate once looked at Andi with love in his eyes. But that was before she left him in the dust to pursue her big-city dreams. Now he's the town's ruggedly handsome mayor with the power to break Andi's career like she broke his heart. As the two clash over the future of Emerald Lake, the sparks that fly between them rekindle a passion neither of them can deny. Andi may have left town looking for the life she thought she wanted. But could everything she needs have been in Emerald Lake all along?

Sweet Haven

Author: Shirlee McCoy
Publisher: Zebra
ISBN: 1420139282
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Sweet Haven from the Author: Shirlee McCoy. In Benevolence, Washington, the Lamont family's irresistible handmade chocolates are a cherished tradition--and always a reason to celebrate. And now they're giving the three Lamont sisters, one by one, delicious chances to start again, make a change, and have their sweetest dreams come true... Neighbors who care, a peaceful routine--accountant Adeline Lamont is glad some things about her beloved hometown never change. But when her grandfather is injured, she has to run the family store, Chocolate Haven, and make its legendary fudge. Trouble is, she can't get the recipe right to save her life--or Chocolate Haven. And she doesn't need her ornery new tenant, Sinclair Jefferson, stirring up the pot with his help--and daring Addie to taste her wild sideā€¦ Once Sinclair gets his hapless brother back on track, he's leaving Benevolence for good this time. He's made his life far away from his irresponsible family and their scandals. Trouble is, he can't quite stay away from Addie's optimism, enticing plus-size curves, and kindness to those who need it most. But they don't seem to have a thing in common--except that Addie's passion for chocolate, and for Benevolence, is just as contagious as Sinclair's passion for her. Maybe small-town life has its charms after allā€¦ Praise for Shirlee McCoy's Apple Valley Novels "A delicious treat. Don't miss a visit to Apple Valley!" --Emily March, New York Times bestselling author "Sweet as pie." --Publishers Weekly "A wonderful, warmhearted story." --RT Book Reviews

Home Sweet Home

Author: Alex Marsh
Publisher: Policy Press
ISBN: 1861341768
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Home Sweet Home from the Author: Alex Marsh. This timely new study looks in detail at the impact poor housing has on health, using data from the National Child Development Study (NCDS). It provides important information to inform the current debate on Our Healthier Nation and to strengthen arguments for health, housing and social care agencies to work together. The study uses the approach of creating indices for both the severity of ill-health and housing deprivation. These indices are incorporated into an analysis of the impact over time of housing deprivation upon health. The authors conclude that housing plays a significant role in health outcomes and hence provides support for the argument that addressing housing deprivation should be central to thinking about health improvement. Home Sweet Home? Is essential reading for researchers and students in housing, public health, urban renewal, and social policy as well as professionals working in these areas.

Grown Sweet Home 2

Author: Paul Tobin
Publisher: Spotlight - (Graphic Novels)
ISBN: 9781614795384
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Grown Sweet Home 2 from the Author: Paul Tobin.

Home Sweet Home

Author: Oberto Gili
Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications
ISBN: 9780847836604
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Home Sweet Home from the Author: Oberto Gili. A visual feast on 'the extravagance of the bohemian', the homes in this collection are a testament to personal style that readers will find inspiring and influential. Since the 1970s, Oberto Gili has been one of the most prolific lenses in the world of editorial photography, his lush images of fashion and interiors gracing the pages of House & Garden, Town & Country, and Vogue. This collection of his signature interior photography spans this significant career. Gili's passion for the grand, bold, and quirky granted him access to the inner sanctums of both high society and the bohemian demimonde. The selection includes numerous homes of French and Italian nobility, lords of the European and American creative class, and the photographer's own remarkable Piedmont farmhouse. This volume of Gili's best work is a sumptuous and voyeuristic study of his most arresting interiors and emphasizes the adventurous nature of both the homes and their occupants. These homes exude in turns grandeur, whimsy, and tranquility, each interior imbued with the unique style of its occupants. The book features more than 40 homes throughout the world--from New York penthouses and artist lofts to seventeenth-century Italian villas and country homes in Morocco--each personally selected by Gili and shown in full. Each house is accompanied by a short descriptive text by Susanna Salk. Sprinkled throughout the book are 10 short texts by selected homeowners (Isabella Rossellini, Mary Randolph Carter, Muriel Brandolini, Marella Caracciolo, Paul Fortune, and Beatrice Monti, among others) describing a personal history of the individual spaces.