Weeping Willow

Author: Ruth White
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
ISBN: 1429953063
Size: 38.97 MB
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Weeping Willow from the Author: Ruth White. Tiny Lambert struggles to find security and happiness when her high school years are marred after her stepfather rapes her.

Weeping Willow

Author: Michelle Scavarda
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1463438966
Size: 34.24 MB
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Weeping Willow from the Author: Michelle Scavarda. After a young girl tragically loses one of her siblings, she learns through many trials and tribulations how to live without someone who was once apart of her every day life. Become engulfed in the emotions, reading through each page as if you were being personally told her story, and relating it to your own life. With Weeping Willow, you'll find comfort, peace of mind, be inspired and learn something new about yourself. Open Weeping Willow and begin a journey you'll always remember.

The Weeping Willow

Author: Lydia Howard Sigourney
Publisher:
ISBN:
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The Weeping Willow from the Author: Lydia Howard Sigourney.

The Weeping Willow

Author: Lynne Halamish
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199770823
Size: 53.91 MB
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The Weeping Willow from the Author: Lynne Halamish. Riveting in their emotional clarity and utterly jargon free, these 30 stories from real life penetrate how we grieve and how we can help those who grieve- whether the griever is oneself, someone we care about, or a client or patient. Lynne Dale Halamish, an internationally respected grief counselor with more than 20 years' experience, and Doron Hermoni, a family physician, researcher, and educator, present vignettes from practice that show how death- lingering, unexpected, violent, or self-inflicted- and the loss of a relationship- to oneself or with a child, sibling, parent, mate, grandparent, or friend- give life to grief, together with the process by which each person fully encounters his or her grief. Each story is no more than two or three pages, and the authors follow each one with a short summary of its teachings and a selection of annotated recent references for those who wish to read more about a topic. Looked at in relief, the stories reveal a master grief counselor at work.

The Weeping Willow Tree

Author: Barbara Pratta
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 146340767X
Size: 69.22 MB
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The Weeping Willow Tree from the Author: Barbara Pratta. Most of Shorty's time was spent galloping through fields and jumping fences. That was the only world he knew and he was quite content with it. Then a tragic accident happened, leaving him lame and scarred, which turned his world upside down. Abandoned, he was left outside, cold and hungry, feeling sad and lonely. He endured a heartbreaking and abusive life until it got to the point where he didn't want to continue this life he was living any more. It was at that point when a strange man came and rescued Shorty and took him to a home of a family with children who loved him and thought he was beautiful, regardless of his scars and lame leg. His life would now be filled with all kinds of friends, of love, laughter, sadness and tears. This is the story about Shorty's life on the farm.

Weeping Willow

Author: Geoff Hoff
Publisher: Joseph Coaler Productions
ISBN: 9781420800487
Size: 11.60 MB
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Weeping Willow from the Author: Geoff Hoff. When he discovers that his wife is in love with another man, Lee Harris, a Chicago accountant, packs everything into his SUV and leaves town. He finds himself in a quirky place called River Bend where he is forced to re-examine everything as he starts over.

The Weeping Willow Tree

Author: Shirley Bergstrom
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1304170462
Size: 12.46 MB
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The Weeping Willow Tree from the Author: Shirley Bergstrom.

Weeping Willow Storycuts

Author: Su Tong
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448125901
Size: 60.71 MB
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Weeping Willow Storycuts from the Author: Su Tong. Weeping Willow was a place that survived by serving long-distance drivers, with petrol, food and girls. The truck driver was badly shaken as he arrived there in the dark and rain, but more shaken when he left. Part of the Storycuts series, this short story was previously published in the collection Madwoman on the Bridge.

Yuko

Author: Dick Jorgensen
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 0996563997
Size: 36.40 MB
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Yuko from the Author: Dick Jorgensen. In this, the second of three planned memoirs, Dick Jorgensen takes readers along on his first around-the-world journey as he travels back to the United States from Japan in 1956. (O Tomodachi, Friend, Jorgensen’s first book, tells the story of his two years of teaching at the University of Hiroshima from 1954-56.) Through Southeast Asia and then the Middle East, to Europe and finally, boarding a ship for New York from Genoa, Jorgensen gives us a firsthand view of life and times in the mid-20th-century world, cluing us into the history of various places along the way, and reminding us that the world is ever-changing and subject to the vagaries of man and politics. Once back home in Wisconsin, Jorgensen takes a month or so to reconnect with family and friends, and, when an unexpected offer arrives to join the staff of The Asia Foundation in San Francisco, heads off on another grand adventure. Yūkō, which means “friendship between nations,” tells the story of Jorgensen’s tenure on The Asia Foundation’s Japan desk, and we get to skip with him down the streets of San Francisco when the woman who would become his wife emphatically says “yes.” As they begin to plan their family, life takes another unexpected turn, which launches Jorgensen onto another new path, that of educator. Along the way, his love of all things Japanese grows and shapes his worldview, and also opens new doors to travel and teaching. All of which is chronicled in his third memoir, American Sensei, forthcoming from Weeping Willow Books.

Even The Weeping Willow

Author: Elizabeth Emily Coleman
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1504967798
Size: 17.91 MB
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Even The Weeping Willow from the Author: Elizabeth Emily Coleman. This book was inspired by the author’s mother, Mrs. Vesta Emily Stephens Coleman, a gifted poet, two weeks after her passing. The author, Rev. Elizabeth Coleman, wrote the words of the poem that comprise this book after noticing a weeping willow tree in full bloom as she drove to the airport in Greensboro, North Carolina in the early spring of 2005. The weeping willow seemed to beckon for deeper engagement. As the author pulled her car to the side of the road to get a closer look at the tree, the words of this poem began to flow, and she wrote them down. Elizabeth Coleman also drew the four symbolic renditions of the weeping willow tree that depict each section of the poem. The long branches reflect the seemingly long days of mourning following the passing of a loved one. However, each branch ends with a smile, an end that curves upward, depicting hope. Each blossom was formed by first drawing the eternity symbol, recalling that we are in essence eternal beings. The eternity symbol is capped with a curved line above and below, symbolizing the support that we receive from God and from our fellow human beings.