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📒A Light In The Attic ✍ Shel Silverstein
📝A Light in the Attic Book Synopsis : There's a light on in the attic.I can see it from outside,And I know you're on the inside ... lookin' out.Step inside the mind of Shel Silverstein and you'll discover a magic homework machine, a Polar Bear in the fridge and a Meehoo With an Exactlywatt. But beware stolen knees, the babysitter who likes to squash children - and the nighttime peril of the Whatifs!This is the second book of beloved poems and pictures from the marvellous master of nonsense, Shel Silverstein.
📒A Light In The Attic Special Edition ✍ Shel Silverstein
📝A Light in the Attic Special Edition Book Synopsis : Last night, while I lay thinking here, Some Whatifs crawled inside my ear And pranced and partied all night long And sang their same old Whatif song: Whatif I flunk that test? Whatif green hair grows on my chest? Whatif nobody likes me? Whatif a bolt of lightning strikes me? . . . Here in the attic of Shel Silverstein you will find Backward Bill, Sour Face Ann, the Meehoo With an Exactlywatt, and the Polar Bear in the Frigidaire. You will talk with the Broiled Face, and find out what happens when someone steals your knees, you get caught by the Quick-Digesting Gink, a mountain snores, and they’ve put a brassiere on the camel. With 12 never-before-published poems, here is a special edition of this beloved poetry collection, from the creator of Where the Sidewalk ends and Falling Up.
📒A Light In The Attic ✍ Christine E. Looser
📝A Light in the Attic Book Synopsis : At one level of analysis a face is merely a visual object; a pattern of light cast across the retina that can be described in terms of its lines, colors, and textures. However, these basic features give rise to the recognition that the face belongs to another living being endowed with the potential for thoughts, feelings, actions and interactions. It is for this reason that faces are exceptionally salient. Accordingly, face perception has been extensively studied, but much of this work has compared human faces to non-face stimuli (e.g., houses, shoes, etc.), which differ in both form (faces have a distinct configuration) and animacy (faces hold cues to life and mind). As a consequence, it is unclear which of these findings reflect the processing of form, the prosessing of animacy, or both. In service of better understanding how the perception of a face drives the recognition of a mind, this dissertation utilized two types of comparisons. First, human faces were compared to object faces that are recognizably face-like but do not possess mental states (e.g. statues, mannequins); this comparison examined how faces with minds are processed as distinct from faces without minds. Second, to investigate the facial cues that convey that a mind is attending and worthy of social-cognitive resources, we compared images of human faces that were mentally engaged to images of faces that were unengaged. Across all studies, an overarching theme emerged in which there are two stages of face perception: rapid, indiscriminate face detection followed by a secondary stage that scrutinizes faces for the presence of mind. This research elucidates how face perception and mind perception interact, helping people to efficiently navigate their social world.
📒A Ghost Light In The Attic ✍ Pat Thomson
📝A Ghost light in the Attic Book Synopsis : Tim and Bridget follow Elinor back into her time - the 17th century. There begins the most frightening - and exciting - time of their lives as they get caught up in the Civil War.
📒The Life Journey Of A Missionary S Son ✍ Albert E. Barnes
📝The Life Journey of a Missionary s Son Book Synopsis : This book covers a large variety of subjects, ranging from personal stories, to anecdotes of eight American presidents, to the investigation of the death of four NASA astronauts, to an encounter with a Russian Prime Minister, to inspirational subjects, to exploring why we are on this planet. There are inspiring discussions of God’s existence, dreams that forecast the future, stories of a haunted house, prayers that are answered, how we fit in the universe, a chapter on addictions, and much, much more.
📒Small Town Mystery ✍ Deejay Piersel
📝Small Town Mystery Book Synopsis : There is no available information at this time.
📒Attic Light ✍ Carol Burnham
📝Attic Light Book Synopsis : This first novel charts the tragic path of a writer, Kate, and an archaeologist, Nick, as romance blooms among the ruins of Greece, then fades and is later restored in California, even after Kate has married another man. Kate’s attraction to Nick is immediate, and she quits her job as a travel writer to stay with him on a paradisiacal Greek island. But Nick’s diffidence and refusal to tie himself down eventually defeat her, and she flees back to America to marry Henry, a man she had formerly abandoned. Not surprisingly, Kate is quickly dissatisfied with Henry and longs for the more adventurous and challenging Nick, who conveniently returns to Berkeley. But Nick hasn’t changed, and even as they start an affair he seems to toy with Kate’s emotions, finally pushing her to a crisis when she discovers that she is pregnant.
📒Attic Light ✍ Allston James
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📒Haunting At Remington House ✍ Laura V. Keegan
📝Haunting at Remington House Book Synopsis : Do you believe in ghosts—that these spirits walk among us—almost as if they are still alive? Enter the world of Haunting at Remington House and you will believe this to be true. From the moment you begin reading Haunting at Remington House, author Laura V. Keegan leads you into the dark world of the supernatural—where those who have died still live! Tom Gardner, anguished and guilt-ridden by the death of his young wife, Elise, leaves his life in Jamestown to escape the insanity he barely survived after her death. At Remington House, Tom finds he is tormented not only by his dead wife's spirit, but also by other spirits who have remained in this New England coastal home. The moment he begins his journey to his new home, the nightmare begins. The previous owners, Helen and Gabriel Lindeman, dead for many years, still reside in Remington House. And Tom is not a welcome guest. The Lindemans will horrify you as you realize their frightening powers over the entire household. Elise's ghost will stop at nothing to bring about the demise of her husband and all that is dear to him. Possession of those around her, the ability to appear as a human, her cunning newfound strength and an alliance with Benjamin, a dark and formidable spirit, make her far more dangerous. With lights dimmed, but never turned off, you will read into the night, turning page after page. You never know who is lurking at the end of the next hall. Is that a shadow or . . . a ghost? We will begin when we end. That is the rule of eternity. The end. The beginning. The finalization of life, the birth of the haunt. —so begins the story of Remington House.