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They Stood Alone


Author : Sandra Mcleod Humphrey
language : en
Publisher: Prometheus Books
Release Date : 2011-11-29


Download They Stood Alone written by Sandra Mcleod Humphrey and has been published by Prometheus Books this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2011-11-29 with Juvenile Nonfiction categories.


Nicolaus Copernicus and Elizabeth Cady Stanton are just two of the twenty-five extraordinary men and women whom you will have a chance to meet in this inspiring book that explores and celebrates people who had the courage to follow their own convictions, even when everyone around them said they were wrong. They were people of vision who saw life from a new perspective and were willing to question conventional wisdom. And their revolutionary breakthroughs changed and shaped the course of history. Author Sandra McLeod Humphrey invites you to have the courage to stand alone too, hold on to your dreams, and follow your heart wherever it may lead. Like the twenty-five pioneers who lived before you, you too may someday make a difference. From the Trade Paperback edition.

They Stood Alone


Author : Henry Davis Nadig
language : en
Publisher: New York : Dutton
Release Date : 1955


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The Flower That Stood Alone


Author : Debbie Pearson
language : en
Publisher: FriesenPress
Release Date : 2014-09-26


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In The Flower That Stood Alone, Debbie Pearson shares her heart-wrenching and inspiring story of surviving sexual assault and rape, shame and self-loathing, poverty, drug abuse, and loneliness tragic circumstances stemming from a lifetime of parental neglect, abuse, and abandonment. Hers is a true survivor story, and a poignant reminder that with determination, strength, courage and the willingness to ask for help and work for a better outcome, anything is possible."

When One Stood Alone


Author : Donald Farinacci
language : en
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Release Date : 2009-06-01


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The Official Friends Book


Author : Martha Bolton
language : en
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2003


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This delightful tribute to friendship is filled with loving accolades and humorous insights. In this book you will discover the "who, what, when, where, how," and "why" of friendship. Quirky drawings, inspirational quotes, humorous lists, fun coupons, and uplifting messages will make any friend feel loved and appreciated. Share an "official" gift of appreciation with those you count it an honor to call "friend,"

Pal S Neighbours


Author : SEP BURGESS
language : en
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Release Date : 2012-05-03


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This is the story of the lifestyle of three lads—Alan, Ron, and Ken. They were all born and bred in a working class neighbourhood area of the Manchester and Salford dock lands during the hard times of the 1920s, ’30s and the war years of the 1940s. From meeting in the infants class on their very first day at school during the 1920s, the story follows them through the following years, which includes the buildup to the war, the eventual outbreak of war, the air raids, and the many roles played by them and their families amid the many colourful characters of the neighbourhood during the Manchester and Salford disastrous 1940 Christmas Blitz and beyond. Ken achieved his lifelong ambition to fly, and as a RAF Sunderland pilot in Coastal Command, he patrolled the North Atlantic and Norwegian Sea convoy routes, involving him and his crew, in many dangerous and harrowing engagements with the enemy and the unforgiving waters below. Ron, also declared unfit for military service because of poor eyesight, dedicated himself after the Blitz to the rescue and welfare of the many terror stricken, lost, or abandoned homeless animals roaming the streets of Salford amid all the destruction. His dedication and with local help eventually led to the vital opening of an animal sanctuary. During the course of this fiction wrapped around a fact story, it highlights the spirit of the many real unsung heroes that emerged in my Salford dock lands neighbourhood at a time when people pulled together regardless of the dangers and cost to themselves. From meeting in the infants class on their very first day at school during the 1920s, the story follows them through the following years which includes the build up to the war, the eventual outbreak of war, the air raids and the many roles played by them and their families amid the many colourful characters of the neighbourhood during the Manchester and Salford disastrous 1940 Christmas 'Blitz' and beyond. Ken achieved his lifelong ambition to fly and as a RAF Sunderland pilot in Coastal Command patrolled the North Atlantic and Norwegian Sea convoy routes involving him and his crew, in many dangerous and harrowing engagements with the enemy and unforgiving waters below. Ron, also declared unfit for military service because of poor eyesight, dedicated himself, after the 'Blitz', to the rescue and welfare of the many terror stricken, lost or abandoned homeless animals roaming the streets of Salford amid all the destruction. His dedication and with local help eventually led to the vital opening of an animal sanctuary. During the course of this fiction wrapped around fact story, it highlights the spirit of the many real unsung heroes that emerged in my Salford dock lands neighbourhood at a time when people pulled together regardless of the dangers and cost to themselves.

He Stands Alone


Author : Randy Lee Eickhoff
language : en
Publisher: Forge Books
Release Date : 2003-03-05


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Randy Lee Eickhoff, the award-winning translator of the epic Ulster Cycle, continues his retelling of Ireland's spellbinding history and folklore in He Stands Alone. For the very first time, Randy Lee Eickhoff has combined several translations of the tale of the Irish Achilles, Cuchulainn, to provide a new and searching look at the warrior whose dedication to his country became the inspiration for Irish rebels in 1916, providing them with a rallying cry heard throughout all of Ireland. Beginning with Cuchulainn's mysterious birth, Eickhoff skillfully weaves the tale of the magical warrior; from his training with Scathach, the dreaded woman warrior, to his first encounter with the war-goddess, Morigan, a story that foreshadows Cuchulainn's heroic action the Cattle Raid of Cooley. Cuchulainn's adventures unfold as he grows in battle to become the king's champion, but, all the while, he struggles with his mortal side, and with human failings that inevitably draw him away from his wife, Emer, and under the spell of the mystical Fand, wife of the Irish sea-god, Manannan Mac Lir. In a style that is often compared to Nobel Prize winner Seamus Heaney's, Randy Lee Eickhoff demonstrates his knowledge and storytelling ability and once again introduces readers to a truly fascinating aspect of Irish mythology with He Stands Alone. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.