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The Ghost of Hannah Mendes St. Martin’s Griffin Naomi Ragen


31st May 2012 Literature & Fiction 37 Comments
When Catherine da Costa, a wealthy Manhattan matron, learns she has only a short time to live, she realizes that her family tree will die unless she passes on its legacy and traditions to her granddaughters. But Suzanne and Francesca, beautiful young women caught up in trendy causes and ambitious careers, have no interest in the past. Catherine almost despairs until one night she is visited by the ghost of her family's anscestor, an indomitable Renaissance businesswoman named Hannah Mandes.The ghost of Hannah Mendes encourages Catherine to use every trick in the book to coerce the ...
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Fire in the Heart: A Spiritual Guide for Teens Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers First Edition edition Deepak Chopra


31st May 2012 Literature & Fiction 19 Comments
A fifteen-year-old boy is walking through a swirling fog on his way to school when a voice calls out, "Come here. We need to talk." Out of the mist emerges an old man with a white beard. He is a fantastic figure, as wizardly as Merlin, as wise as Socrates, as peaceful as Buddha. Whoever he is, the old man has appeared on that very day to change the boy's life. "You are old enough to learn about things," he says mysteriously. "And who is going to teach you but me?" The old man gives the boy four days of "soul training," a time of riddles, tricks, parables, and fantastic twists that bring out ...
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The English Patient Michael Ondaatje Knopf First Edition edition


31st May 2012 Literature & Fiction 52 Comments
Haunting and harrowing, as beautiful as it is disturbing, The English Patient tells the story of the entanglement of four damaged lives in an Italian monastery as World War II ends. The exhausted nurse, Hana; the maimed thief, Caravaggio; the wary sapper, Kip: each is haunted by the riddle of the English patient, the nameless, burn victim who lies in an upstairs room and whose memories of passion, betrayal, and rescue illuminate this book like flashes of heat lightning. In lyrical prose informed by a poetic consciousness, Michael Ondaatje weaves these characters together, pulls ...
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For Everything a Season: Simple Musings on Living Well


31st May 2012 Christian Books 29 Comments
Filled with a cast of lovable, quirky characters, punctuated with simple wonders, the everyday truths found in this book offer much needed clarity to our own befuddled world. No matter where you live, no matter what your season, come along for the journey. When Philip Gulley began writing newsletter essays for the twelve members of his Quaker meeting in Indiana, he had no idea one of them would find its way to radio commentator Paul Harvey Jr. and be read on the air to 24 million people. Fourteen books later, with more than a million books in print, Gulley still entertains as well as ...
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YOUthwork: Let God Use Your Influence


31st May 2012 Christian Books 16 Comments
Here's a gift for volunteers that will ignite their passion for students. Packed with powerful stories, practical skills, and tons of ideas you can use right now, YOUthwork provides both the energy and substance for helping people invest in students. Discover hard-won insights and proven strategies for: discipling students, sponsoring groups, running life-changing trips, dealing with crisis and deviance, raising money, breaking through the "I'm not interested" barrier, and more. Not enoughtime to fully train your volunteers? Hand them a copy of YOUthwork and watch them catch the ...
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The Prison Angel: Mother Antonia’s Journey from Beverly Hills to a Life of Service in a Mexican Jail Evangelism Missions & Missionary Work


31st May 2012 Christian Books 13 Comments
Like Dead Man Walking and The Cloister Walk, this stirring book is a story of spiritual transformation, one that is all the more remarkable because that transformation took place late in life. For nearly thirty years, Mother Antonia has lived in Tijuanas La Mesa prison, where she ministers to some of the most maltreated inmates on earth. But before she took up her calling at age fifty, the Catholic nun was a Beverly Hills socialite who had been married and divorced twice and raised seven children. In chronicling her journey, The Prison Angel demonstrates the power of radical ...
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The Lads Secrets of the Universe Comic Book


31st May 2012 Christian Books 0 Comments
Rockin' Faith for Tweens! Cokesbury and the Lads are pleased to introduce Secrets of the Universe, a new multimedia experience designed to share simple truths about Gods love in a way that reaches the hearts, minds, and funny bones of your tweens. Allows kids to follow the further adventures of the Lads as they fulfill their rockin mission with this awesome comic book! Using video, music, comics, and the mission handbook, the Lads create a fun and interactive faith-building experience that will get tweens rockin, laughing, and connecting with God with these universal truths: I ...
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” classification of ball-and-socket bearing ” The method is dwelt on


31st May 2012 Bearing Technology 0 Comments
The ball-and-socket bearing is a kind of special structural sliding bearing. Its structure is simpler than the sliding bearing, it is mainly made up by an inner cycle sum with exterior sphere and an outer lane with inner sphere, can bear greater complex, type and structure on the basis of the it, can bear radial load, axial load or union load coexisting radially, axially. Generally used in the swing sports lower in speed, because of slipping the surface as the spherical shape, also can do the intersection of slope and sport within the range of certain angle, the intersection of shell hole and ...
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Russian order, factory producing ability gets in touch


31st May 2012 Bearing Technology 0 Comments
There is batch Russian order now, ask following types to have factory producing ability that contact me as soon as possible, long-term cooperation! Contact: Huge gentleman's telephone number: 15806976000. Type table Some type pictures, concrete while making to order to spread the clear picture ...
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America’s Hidden History: Untold Tales of the First Pilgrims Fighting Women and Forgotten Founders Who Shaped a Nation Random House Audio Unabridged edition Kenneth C. Davis


30th May 2012 History Books 38 Comments
Kenneth C. Davis presents a collection of extraordinary stories, each detailing an overlooked episode that shaped the nations destiny and character. Daviss dramatic narratives set the record straight, busting myths and bringing to light little-known but fascinating facts from a time when the nations fate hung in the balance.Spanning a period from the Spanish arrival in America to George Washingtons inauguration in 1789, Americas Hidden History explores these episodes, among others:The story of the first real Pilgrims in America, who were wine-making French Huguenots, not dour English ...
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