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📒Grandma Wishes ✍ Julia Lobo
📝Grandma Wishes Book Synopsis : There's a special star in the nighttime sky that only grandmas can see. Grandmas make the most special wishes in their hearts on the Grandma Star. Their wishes come true when they first hold their grandchild in their arms.
📒Grandma S Wish ✍ Janice McCurry
📝Grandma s Wish Book Synopsis : Grandma's Wish is a beautiful expression of a grandmother's love to give to grandchildren as a keepsake book. This book can be cherished through the years as it is read over and over. It will remind each child how very special the love between a grandmother and a grandchild can be and that it lasts forever. Being able to place a picture in each of the picture frames for the child to look at each time that the book is read, is a gentle reminder of the face that "wishes" only the very best in life for that special child. Giving this loving gift is one memory that can never be forgotten. JANICE McCURRY She and her husband live in Seguin, Texas where she continues to be a counselor, work as an Educational Consultant, paint pictures for her children, work in her garden, and concentrate on her cherished grandchildren who are the love of her life. When her friends saw these pictures and read the loving mesage in the book, they encouraged her to share.
📒Grandma S Wishes Of Love From Heaven ✍ Mary Kay Zotz
📝Grandma s Wishes of Love from Heaven Book Synopsis : In her book Grandma’s Wishes of Love from Heaven, author Mary Zotz tells the story of a grandma who sent her grandchildren a note from heaven. She wants them to know she is well and happy. Her favorite pastime in her new home is telling her friends about her wonderful grandchildren and all the memories they made together. She tells them how they laughed, played, and loved together. Grandma’s Wishes of Love from Heaven encourages children, especially young ones, to remember positive experiences about their grandparents, in this case, a grandmother. Although sadness and grief are necessary after the death of a loved one, children should also be reminded of the good times they had with him or her. These memories can then be passed along to their children, keeping family history alive. And, of course, it’s a reminder of being truly loved.
📒Tony Taylor And Grandma S Christmas Wish ✍ B.C. Mullins
📝Tony Taylor and Grandma s Christmas Wish Book Synopsis : Tony Taylor knows there is always a bit of magic on his grandparents' farm. In this adventure, he heads to the farm for the Christmas holiday. Grandma is sick and Tony helps Grandpa take care of Grandma and the farm, as well as prepare for Christmas. Tony wants to make sure that his Grandma's Christmas wish comes true, and he enlists the help of everyone he can think of. Join Tony and friends for a bit of Christmas magic and a wonderful, warm story for children of all ages.
📒Vision Of The Past ✍ Isis James
📝Vision of the Past Book Synopsis : In her literary debut, Vision of the Past, Isis looks back to both light and dark moments that gave color to her life and ultimately molded her into what she is today a victor. Th is new book, shot through with wit and honesty, is both a deeply moving story of Isis's quest for personal identity and a universal tale of redemption and healing. Isis had always wanted to write this book. Th e long-awaited fulfi llment of her dream let her see how troubled her life was she suff ered sexual and physical abuse but more importantly it made her realize that despite all the odds that lay in her path, she was able to prevail and become stronger. With candor and bravery, Isis gives voice to the darkness that comes during times of weakness and vulnerability but she also celebrates those moments of joy and hope that gave light to her world. Isis's journey is not without its share of hardship but in the end she demonstrates resilience and courage. Her story, although deeply personal, is imbued with universal truths that anyone can learn from. Honest and fi lled with exquisitely nuanced insights, Vision of the Past is at once an extraordinary true story of hope and a triumphant testament of the human spirit.
📒Moral Choice ✍ Dolores L. Christie
📝Moral Choice Book Synopsis : "This survey text for Christian ethics through a Catholic lens traces the sources and traditions of contemporary ethical principles, rules, and norms. It uses narrative in reaching out to students who seek to understand themselves as they face ethical decisions. Stories are employed to reflect one's own life and its meaning, as well as to prompt moral decision-making. The book gives full treatment to criteria needed for ethical decision-making that students use in evaluating a series of contemporary issues, including abortion, end of life, torture, and others. The book includes numerous pedagogic features, including boxes, questions, key terms, suggested readings, and a glossary." -- Publisher description.
📒Living Simply ✍ Brotherhood of Iron Publications
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📒Grandma Someday I Ll Travel The World ✍ Elfie Rainals
📝Grandma Someday I ll Travel the World Book Synopsis : In the first few years of her life, four-year-old Sandra Schmidt endured TB, the death of her mother and the abandonment of her father. It is 1938: Hitler runs Sandras homeland and soon much of the homelands of Germanys neighbors. She is raised in the safety of her grandparents home until the Americans and British start bombing Germany and her village. Sandra is struck by a piece of shrapnel and almost dies from infection. Her lifelong friend and Sandra wonder what the Jewish Solution is all about when her beloved grandfather is sent to a concentration camp for hiring Jews in the market he manages. He escapes with the help of a former employee who now is a warden there. After Sandras grandfather dies she lets an American GI trundle her off to New York, but doesnt like it there and runs off to California. But being beautiful doesnt guarantee you a job there. She struggles for a while, and after a few mishaps she lands a job as a Tour Manager to India. The tour companys management is impressed with her and offers her a permanent position. She always told her grandmother that: someday I will travel the world. Oddly enough, this will be her new profession, and she travels with American tourists for many years. The dream she had of traveling with the rich and famous had finally come true.
📒Our Story ✍ Vivian L. Beeler
📝Our Story Book Synopsis : Our Story 90 years, Looking Back... The world has changed so much in 90 years that I wanted to write about how they affected our lives. To let you know that we were real people that had the same emotions and feelings that you have. Ive included a little genealogy, a little history and how the things you read about in your history books affected us. Also, how the world has changed socially and morally and not always for the best. Of course this is your 90 year old Great Grandmas story and ideas.
📒Women Work And Worship In Lincoln S Country ✍ Anne Heinz
📝Women Work and Worship in Lincoln s Country Book Synopsis : The Dumville family settled in central Illinois during an era of division and dramatic change. Arguments over slavery raged. Railroads and circuit-riding preachers brought the wider world to the prairie. Irish and German immigrants flooded towns and churches. Anne M. Heinz and John P. Heinz draw from an extraordinary archive at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum to reveal how Ann Dumville and her daughters Jemima, Hephzibah, and Elizabeth lived these times. The letters tell the story of Ann, expelled from her Methodist church for her unshakable abolitionist beliefs; the serious and religious Jemima, a schoolteacher who started each school day with prayer; Elizabeth, enduring hard work as a farmer's wife, far away from the others; and Hephzibah, observing human folly and her own marriage prospects with the same wicked wit. Though separated by circumstances, the Dumvilles deeply engaged one another with their differing views on Methodism, politics, education, technological innovation, and relationships with employers. At the same time, the letters offer a rarely seen look at antebellum working women confronting privation, scarce opportunities, and the horrors of civil war with unwavering courage and faith.