Two Fairy Tale Short Stories

Author: Digna Emerita De Jesus
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469170663
Size: 32.36 MB
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Two Fairy Tale Short Stories from the Author: Digna Emerita De Jesus. It is nice to read books and fantasize, but dont forget your friends. Live a dream, make new friends, but dont forget who awaits you. In dreams, we fly and we can play with children from different worlds. The sun, the moon, and even the star that shine so bright will help you find your way back home. The wind, like a wise old owl, will surely try to play. But dont ever hide behind a dark cloud; it carries water for the flowers. A dream fairy will always be your friend for your every wish she will fulfill. So when you dream, dont forget to say hello to your new friends. A dream fairy is sweet and kind. If you are lucky and happen to see one, say hello and treat her well. She will guide you through your dream and safely have you home again.

Can You Imagine

Author: Kelly K. Owens
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1434377091
Size: 15.31 MB
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Can You Imagine from the Author: Kelly K. Owens. Can You Imagine is a real and double sided look at life through Kelly's heart. He tells his thoughtful poems and letters as if they were ebbing and flowing from his own emotional experience directly to you. Each reader is persuaded to take a different meaning from the pages, as aptly needed to the life that holds it. Can You Imagine Picking up a book that speaks to you as if it were your friend? Have you ever wanted to say I love you to someone but lacked adequate words to express the depth of your feelings? Are you looking for hope not only for yourself but also for others whose lives you touch? Are you finding yourself lying awake wondering if you will ever be understood? Are you at the crossroads of life looking for a change of direction, a deeper understanding? Inside these pages you are reminded that life truly does have meaning! Just open the book, read; it will be the perfect passage at the perfect moment or read it cover to cover and drift along the way to deeper realization of life's meaning. "Can You Imagine" is written so you can close your eyes, open to any page and find a message that reminds you of yourself or someone you know. When you find yourself lost for words, trying to explain how you feel, flip through and find the page that represents you. Give it as a gift and say, "This is how I feel." Kelly's book will move you, inspire you, bring tears to your eyes and a change of understanding to your heart. It's a gentle reminder that when we dig deep into "life" we are guaranteed a richer life to live. . . even in our trials. Join the journey of "Can You Imagine" and realize more of your true self that lies within.

Mangrove Roots Chronicles

Author: Wanjiru Uhuru
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1453527826
Size: 18.25 MB
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Mangrove Roots Chronicles from the Author: Wanjiru Uhuru. This book chronicles the life of a girl born during the baby boom years in post slavery British Honduras (Belize) to African Creole parents. The story is a factual chronology in the backdrop of the exotic landscape of this country interplayed with historical events that shaped Belize and ultimately, her life. With an inherent desire for learning, this young girl valiantly persisted on her life journey to fulfill her dreams. Take a walk with her as she overcomes sexual molestation, racial discrimination, an alcoholic father, extreme poverty, cruel beatings and innuendos of obeah, to earn the education she longed for.

Brownwater Iii

Author: Samuel C. Crawford
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465327258
Size: 73.92 MB
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Brownwater Iii from the Author: Samuel C. Crawford. The story continues for Seaman Charles Edwards following the cliffhanger in BrownWater II. Only now, his humorous and comical travel adventures find him struggling in his major undertaking to get home, back to the states, and to do this without his mentor and traveling cohort, Petty Officer Dan. Even with combat maturity, Charles is still just a very young nineteen-year-old city boy from Baltimore Maryland. For Vietnam veterans, this story will bring back precious memories that will make they say, Yeah, I remember doing stuff like that. That part of the war was fun. For those who never served in the military will find this an enjoyable eye-opener to military life.

Time To Write Second Edition

Author: John Sylvester Lofty
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438455194
Size: 59.55 MB
Format: PDF
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Time To Write Second Edition from the Author: John Sylvester Lofty. Analyzes interviews with students, teachers, and administrators to develop a new set of literacies essential for student success in the digital age. “To read John’s work is to take on the role of a patient listener … A book, like a piece of music, is scored for time, and I feel Time to Write is scored adagio.… I believe that Time to Write can be read as a critique of [the] time-chopping approach to education—and an argument for presence, for being fully open to experience, for being there … To do good work, we must enter something like ‘island time’ or what John calls ‘existential time’—or what is sometimes called ‘flow’ when we lose, at least temporarily, a sense of clock time.” — from the Foreword by Thomas Newkirk Twenty-five years ago, John Sylvester Lofty studied the influence of cultural time values on students’ resistance to writing instruction in an isolated Maine fishing community. For the new edition of Time to Write, Lofty returned to the island to consider how social and educational developments in the intervening years may have affected both local culture and attitudes toward education. Lofty discovered how the island time values that previously informed students’ literacy learning have been transformed by outside influences, including technology, social media, and the influx of new residents from urban areas. Building on the ethnographic findings of the original study, the new edition analyzes the current conflict between the digital age time values of constant connections and instant communication, and those of school-based literacy. Lofty examines the new literacies now essential for students in a technologically connected world, both those who aspire to continue the traditional island work of lobster fishing, and for the many who now choose to pursue other careers and attend college on the mainland.

A Long Journey To Home

Author: Samantha Crystal
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1499004397
Size: 23.11 MB
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A Long Journey To Home from the Author: Samantha Crystal. Samantha Crystal was born on June 18th, 1985 in Chicago to Mary and Thurston Courtney. She had a very turbulent and an abused childhood including homelessness that she had to endure but always held on to her faith. Now, she is a working single mother with degree and an advocate for the victims and survivors of child abuse. This had inspired her to write A Long Journey to Home. Some stories will make you laugh, some will make you think but, it is a combination of poems and stories that will inspire people to speak up & Rise above Abuse...

Night And Day

Author: Lisa Williamson
Publisher: Lisa Williamson
Size: 39.72 MB
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Night And Day from the Author: Lisa Williamson. Two brothers, one mistaken for the other. What happens when human scientists finally understand that what they have is not what they thought