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Joshua S Stable


Author : Cathal O'Toole
language : en
Publisher: BalboaPress
Release Date : 2011-08-30


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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.

Fuzz To Folk


Author : Ian Green
language : en
Publisher: Luath Press Ltd
Release Date : 2011


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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.

Donkey Donkey


Author : Roger Duvoisin
language : en
Publisher: New York Review of Books
Release Date : 2016-03-08


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Donkey-donkey has a problem. Despite his many friends and his good master, he is sad because his ears are so long and ridiculous. If only Donkey-donkey could have short sensible ears like his friend Pat the horse, he would be content. So he seeks the advice of his fellow farm animals who suggest he wear his ears differently, more like theirs: floppy like the dog’s, to the side like the sheep’s, to the front like the pig’s. But each unnatural arrangement leads to increasing insult and injury. Finally a little girl passing by remarks on the beauty of the pretty little donkey’s ears! At last Donkey-donkey is happy. A classic tale of vanity and folly, and learning to accept oneself—protrudent ears, redundant name, and all.

Opening Doors


Author : Jenny Bates
language : en
Publisher: Lulu.com
Release Date : 2010-03


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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.

Born Under A Stump


Author : Russ Hulet
language : en
Publisher: iUniverse
Release Date : 2003-05-06


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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.

A Carrot For The Donkey


Author : Les Roberts
language : en
Publisher: Gray & Company, Publishers
Release Date : 1989-01-01


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#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.

The Man On A Donkey


Author : H.F.M. Prescott
language : en
Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd
Release Date : 2016-12-01


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Sir John Uvedale had business at Coverham Abbey in Wensleydale, lately suppressed, so he sent his people on before him to Marrick, to make ready for him, and to take over possession of the Priory of St. Andrew from the Nuns, who should all be gone by noon or thereabouts. In 1536, Henry VIII was almost toppled when Northern England rose to oppose the Dissolution of the Monasteries. An enthralling novel about a moment in history when England's Catholic heritage was scattered to the four winds by a powerful and arrogant king.