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Author : Cathal O'Toole
language : en
Release Date : 2011-08-30
Download Joshua S Stable written by Cathal O'Toole and has been published by BalboaPress this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2011-08-30 with Fiction categories.
Joshua grows up in a little town near Bethlehem. When, at fourteen, he finds himself orphaned, he struggles to maintain the family's blacksmithing business, but he is sabotaged by a lazy, dishonest employee. He turns to God for help, and God tells him, “Come to Bethlehem.” Leaving everything behind but his precious goatskin blanket, he journeys to Bethlehem, where he finds work at the town’s inn. In return for his services cleaning out the filthy stable and fetching water for the inn, he is allowed to make the stable his home. He takes great pride in his new home, where he lives with his dog Sasha and an ox called Samson. When weary travelers Mary and Joseph arrive at the inn, they are told there is no room. Proudly, Joshua offers them his home. Blessings and abundance flow into Joshua's life over the coming weeks.
Author : Ian Green
language : en
Publisher: Luath Press Ltd
Release Date : 2011
Download Fuzz To Folk written by Ian Green and has been published by Luath Press Ltd this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2011 with Biography & Autobiography categories.
In Fuzz to Folk Ian Green chronicles his life so far; from Nation Service call-up to regular Army Service, to 30 years as a policeman and finally to founder of Greentrax, Scotland's leading traditional music label. Green has played a significant role in the resurgence and vitality of traditional and folk music in Scotland. His inspirational autobiography includes details of his involvement in the careers of Brian McNeill, Dick Gaughan, the McCalmans, Eric Bogle and many others. With Green's unique insight, Fuzz to Folk is an authority on the Scottish folk scene, and a fascinating glimpse into the life of the policeman on the street.
Author : Jenny Bates
language : en
Release Date : 2010-03
Download Opening Doors written by Jenny Bates and has been published by Lulu.com this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2010-03 with Poetry categories.
This book will have you braying for life! Learn how Donkeys become musical, mystical, and musing in your soul. It is a learning adventure throughout the world with Donkeys you will never forget.
Author : Les Roberts
language : en
Publisher: Gray & Company, Publishers
Release Date : 1989-01-01
Download A Carrot For The Donkey written by Les Roberts and has been published by Gray & Company, Publishers this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1989-01-01 with Fiction categories.
#3 in the Saxon mystery series. When hotshot Hollywood producer Mark Evering summons the moonlighting actor to his house (where a drug-fueled sex party is going on) and asks him to find his wayward young daughter, it’s the hint of a possible part in Evering’s next picture, rather than the investigation fee, that hooks Saxon. Evering can’t understand why his daughter has run off with a shady lawyer twice her age when her father has given her everything—including a Betty Ford detox for her high-school graduation. Saxon follows the trail to the wide-open Mexican border town of Tijuana, where he confronts a brutal landowner and his beautiful wife, an arrogant matador, a tough and humorless Tijuana cop, colorful lowlifes from both sides of the border—and the most gruesome murder of his career.
Author : Russ Hulet
language : en
Release Date : 2003-05-06
Download Born Under A Stump written by Russ Hulet and has been published by iUniverse this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2003-05-06 with Biography & Autobiography categories.
Born Under a Stump is a biography of Bill Hulet, a legendary bear hunter. Working for various timber concerns, he thinned the black bear who ruined thousands of young trees on the Olympic Peninsula tree farms in Washington State. He quite possibly killed more bear than anyone who ever lived. His life also embraced the era of old growth logging.
Author : James D. Sexton
language : en
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
Release Date : 2014-10-22
Download Perro Que Habl Y M S Cuentos Mayas written by James D. Sexton and has been published by University of Oklahoma Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2014-10-22 with History categories.
In the delightful Mayan folktale The Dog Who Spoke, we learn what happens when a dog’s master magically transforms into a dog-man who reasons like a man but acts like a dog. This and the other Mayan folktales in this bilingual collection brim with the enchanting creativity of rural Guatemala’s oral culture. In addition to stories about ghosts and humans turning into animals, the volume also offers humorous yarns. Hailing from the Lake Atitlán region in the Guatemalan highlands, these tales reflect the dynamics of, and conflicts between, Guatemala’s Indian, Ladino, and white cultures. The animals, humans, and supernatural forces that figure in these stories represent Mayan cultural values, social mores, and history. James D. Sexton and Fredy Rodríguez-Mejía allow the thirty-three stories to speak for themselves—first in the original Spanish and then in English translations that maintain the meaning and rural inflection of the originals. Available in print for the first time, with a glossary of Indian and Spanish terms, these Guatemalan folktales represent generations of transmitted oral culture that is fast disappearing and deserves a wider audience.
Author : George J. Collins
language : en
Publisher: JHU Press
Release Date : 2001-04-27
Download Chessie Racing written by George J. Collins and has been published by JHU Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2001-04-27 with History categories.
This book records the history of the racing yacht Chessie, the first ever entry from the Chesapeake Bay in the famous Whitbread Round the World Race. Skippered by Baltimore businessman George Collins and named after the Chesapeake's equivalent to the Loch Ness monster, Chessie became a focal point of regional and national pride when she competed in 1997-98. That year was also the first time that Baltimore and Annapolis were included as a combined stopover in the nine-leg, 31,600-mile race, beginning and ending in Southampton, England. After a neck-and-neck race up the bay against famed skipper Dennis Connor, Chessie entered Baltimore's Inner Harbor greeted by the cheers of thousands of fans. During the stopover, over a half-million visitors came to the Whitbread Race Village in Baltimore and an additional sixty thousand toured the Race Village in Annapolis, giving Baltimore-Annapolis the highest attendance of any of the nine ports visited by the race. While racing, the boat also served an educational purpose through a two-part curriculum developed by the Living Classrooms Foundation, a Baltimore nonprofit educational organization for at-risk children. Children from five hundred schools in twenty states and seven foreign countries participated through the Whitbread Education Project, a curriculum package augmented by an Internet component, the Chessie Chase, which explored academic subjects such as math, science, social studies, geography, and literature and tackled such practical issues as vessel design, ocean currents, changing weather, and the principles of navigation. Classes competed in a virtual race against each other in the multifaceted program for a chance to visit Chessie and meet her crew when she reached Baltimore. The children also exchanged e-mails with Chessie's crew throughout the race. When President Clinton and Vice President Gore visited the Living Classrooms Foundation in Baltimore, students helped them write an e-mail to the boat saying, "Have a great race." This book contains chapters on the race, boat construction, crew selection, and the Living Classrooms Foundation Whitbread Education Project. Personal experiences and memories of the crew bring the sailing adventure to life and reveal the educational purpose of the boat. Sidebars feature useful charts and information, special observations, and a few human-interest e-mail exchanges between individuals and the crew. A large Mercator-projection map marks the race course and individual legs. Numerous photos document racing action as well as the hoopla on shore.