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Author : Avi
Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release : 2008-04-01
Page : 153
Category : Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 13 : 9780547539249
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Small steps lead to big adventures for a pair of unlikely friends in this “charming modern fable” by the Newbery Medal-winning author of Crispin (Booklist). Avon the snail has never had an adventure. And adventure, he has heard, is the key to a happy life. So he sets out on an exciting journey with his new pal, Edward, a thoughtful but misinformed ant. Together they meet all manner of wise, weird, and intriguing creatures—including a dragon!—and discover that even tiny adventures can broaden your view of the world. “This finely-spun fantasy…features ingenious wordplay and heartfelt proof of friendship’s rewards.”—Parenting magazine


Author : Mike Chen
Publisher : Mira Books
Release : 2020-01-14
Page : 400
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 9780778309345
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How do you start over after the end of the world? "Not just an apocalyptic thriller, but also a timely reminder of what is most important in life--family, love, and hope." --Peng Shepherd, author of The Book of M Six years after a global pandemic wiped out most of the planet's population, the survivors are rebuilding the country, split between self-governing cities, hippie communes and wasteland gangs.In postapocalyptic San Francisco, former pop star Moira has created a new identity to finally escape her past--until her domineering father launches a sweeping public search to track her down. Desperate for a fresh start herself, jaded event planner Krista navigates the world on behalf of those too traumatized to go outside, determined to help everyone move on--even if they don't want to. Rob survived the catastrophe with his daughter, Sunny, but lost his wife. When strict government rules threaten to separate parent and child, Rob needs to prove himself worthy in the city's eyes by connecting with people again.Krista, Moira, Rob and Sunny are brought together by circumstance, and their lives begin to twine together. But when reports of another outbreak throw the fragile society into panic, the friends are forced to finally face everything that came before--and everything they still stand to lose. Because sometimes having one person is enough to keep the world going.


Author : Greg Mitchell
Publisher : The New Press
Release : 2020-07-07
Page : 275
Category : Performing Arts
ISBN 13 : 1620975742
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One of Vanity Fair's 21 Best Books of 2020 The shocking and significant story of how the White House and Pentagon scuttled an epic Hollywood production. Soon after atomic bombs exploded over Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, MGM set out to make a movie studio chief Louis B. Mayer called "the most important story" he would ever film: a big budget dramatization of the Manhattan Project and the invention and use of the revolutionary new weapon. Over at Paramount, Hal B. Wallis was ramping up his own film version. His screenwriter: the novelist Ayn Rand, who saw in physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer the model for a character she was sketching for Atlas Shrugged. Greg Mitchell's The Beginning or the End chronicles the first efforts of American media and culture to process the Atomic Age. A movie that began as a cautionary tale inspired by atomic scientists aiming to warn the world against a nuclear arms race would be drained of all impact due to revisions and retakes ordered by President Truman and the military—for reasons of propaganda, politics, and petty human vanity (this was Hollywood). Mitchell has found his way into the lofty rooms, from Washington to California, where it happened, unearthing hundreds of letters and dozens of scripts that show how wise intentions were compromised in favor of defending the use of the bomb and the imperatives of postwar politics. As in his acclaimed Cold War true-life thriller The Tunnels, he exposes how our implacable American myth-making mechanisms distort our history.


Author : Mike Bender
Publisher : Crown Books For Young Readers
Release : 2021
Page : 40
Category : JUVENILE FICTION
ISBN 13 : 1984896938
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The end of one thing is just the beginning of something new in this innovative picture book--and in life Starting a book at the end may seem confusing. But prepare to have your mind blown, because the end isn't really the end--it's just the beginning of something new We all face difficult endings--it's an inescapable fact of life. Now Mike Bender offers a comforting and inspiring message about new beginnings. Accompanied by Diana Mayo's beautiful and gentle illustrations, this story is perfect for read-alouds and graduations and will make a wonderful gift for all ages.


Author : Hermynia Zur Mühlen
Publisher : Open Book Publishers
Release : 2010
Page : 300
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 13 : 1906924279
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First published in Germany in 1929, The End and the Beginning is a lively personal memoir of a vanished world and of a rebellious, high-spirited young woman's struggle to achieve independence. Born in 1883 into a distinguished and wealthy aristocratic family of the old Austro-Hungarian Empire, Hermynia Zur Muhlen spent much of her childhood travelling in Europe and North Africa with her diplomat father. After five years on her German husband's estate in czarist Russia she broke with both her family and her husband and set out on a precarious career as a professional writer committed to socialism. Besides translating many leading contemporary authors, notably Upton Sinclair, into German, she herself published an impressive number of politically engaged novels, detective stories, short stories, and children's fairy tales. Because of her outspoken opposition to National Socialism, she had to flee her native Austria in 1938 and seek refuge in England, where she died, virtually penniless, in 1951. This revised and corrected translation of Zur Muhlen's memoir - with extensive notes and an essay on the author by Lionel Gossman - will appeal especially to readers interested in women's history, the Central European aristocratic world that came to an end with the First World War, and the culture and politics of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.


Author : Paul Parsons
Publisher : Michael O'Mara Books
Release : 2018-11-01
Page :
Category : Science
ISBN 13 : 1782439668
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'Prepare to have your mind blown! A brilliantly written overview of the past, present and future of modern cosmology.' - DALLAS CAMPBELL, author of Ad Astra The Beginning and the End of Everything is the whole story as we currently understand it - from nothing, to the birth of our universe, to its ultimate fate. Authoritative and engaging, Paul Parsons takes us on a rollercoaster ride through billions of light years to tell the story of the Big Bang, from birth to death. 13.8 billion years ago, something incredible happened. Matter, energy, space and time all suddenly burst into existence in a cataclysmic event that's come to be known as the Big Bang. It was the birth of our universe. What started life smaller than the tiniest subatomic particle is now unimaginably vast and plays home to trillions of galaxies. The formulation of the Big Bang theory is a story that combines some of the most far-reaching concepts in fundamental physics with equally profound observations of the cosmos. From our realization that we are on a planet orbiting a star in one of many galaxies, to the discovery that our universe is expanding, to the groundbreaking theories of Einstein that laid the groundwork for the Big Bang cosmology of today - as each new discovery deepens our understanding of the origins of our universe, a clearer picture is forming of how it will all end. Will we ultimately burn out or fade away? Could the end simply signal a new beginning, as the universe rebounds into a fresh expanding phase? And was our Big Bang just one of many, making our cosmos only a small part of a sprawling multiverse of parallel universes?


Author : Dagoberto Gilb
Publisher : Open Road + Grove/Atlantic
Release : 2011-11-01
Page : 209
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 0802195075
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Ten “stark, realistic” short stories from the PEN/Hemingway Award–winning author ‘told in mostly gritty matter-of-fact prose” (The Boston Globe). Dagoberto Gilb wrote most of the stories in Before the End, After the Beginning while he recovered from a stroke he suffered in 2009. The result is a powerful and triumphant volume that tackles common themes of identity, mortality, and the physical limitations which arose during his own illness. Taking readers throughout the American West and Southwest, from Los Angeles and Albuquerque to El Paso and Austin, these ten stories cover territory close to Gilb’s heart—a mother and son’s relationship in Southern California in the story ‘Uncle Rock’ or a man looking to shed his chaotic past in ‘The Last Time I Saw Junior’—while describing the American experience in his raw, inimitable style. With this new collection, Gilb offers what may be his most extraordinary achievement to date with “an authenticity that’s unimpeachable” (San Antonio Express News).


Author : Johanna W. H. van Wijk-Bos
Publisher : Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Release : 2019-11-19
Page : 352
Category : Religion
ISBN 13 : 1467457302
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The End of the Beginning presents a chapter-by-chapter interpretation of Joshua and Judges, based on the author’s translation. Johanna van Wijk-Bos accompanies the reader through the story of Israel from the entry into Canaan up to the time of Samuel. van Wijk-Bos weaves together the memories of ancient Israel’s past into a story that speaks to the traumatic context of postexilic Judah. The books of Joshua and Judges were written for education, edification, and entertainment. Some of the stories may exhilarate us, some may appall; all will speak to the imagination if we let them. They show a people forging a path forward into an uncertain future in the hope that God will forgive past failures and begin again with them. Christians enter the stories of Israel’s past as outsiders, while at the same time claiming a bond with the same God. We expect more from the text than lessons of the past intended for a different people. These are not our stories, but we too hope for insight and for a guiding word in our own uncertain future. This is the first volume of A People and a Land, a multi-volume work on the historical books of Joshua, Judges, Samuel, and Kings.


Author : Oscar Kiss Maerth
Publisher : New York : Praeger
Release : 1974
Page : 236
Category : Brain
ISBN 13 :
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Asserts the human species is at a low level in the evolutionary chain and that the human brain grew larger than its physical skull could accomodate, causing damage which resulted in the species' alienation from the immaterial world.


Author : Clément Vidal
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2014-05-16
Page : 379
Category : Science
ISBN 13 : 3319050621
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In this fascinating journey to the edge of science, Vidal takes on big philosophical questions: Does our universe have a beginning and an end or is it cyclic? Are we alone in the universe? What is the role of intelligent life, if any, in cosmic evolution? Grounded in science and committed to philosophical rigor, this book presents an evolutionary worldview where the rise of intelligent life is not an accident, but may well be the key to unlocking the universe's deepest mysteries. Vidal shows how the fine-tuning controversy can be advanced with computer simulations. He also explores whether natural or artificial selection could hold on a cosmic scale. In perhaps his boldest hypothesis, he argues that signs of advanced extraterrestrial civilizations are already present in our astrophysical data. His conclusions invite us to see the meaning of life, evolution and intelligence from a novel cosmological framework that should stir debate for years to come.


Author : Angelo Quattrocchi
Tom Nairn
Publisher : Verso
Release : 1998
Page : 148
Category : History
ISBN 13 : 9781859842904
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Provides an eyewitness account of the 1968 riots in Paris


Author : Michael Snyder
Publisher : Createspace Independent Pub
Release : 2013-05-15
Page : 442
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 9781484871300
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Set in the United States at a time of unprecedented economic collapse, deep political corruption, accelerating social decay, out of control rioting in the cities and great natural disasters. In the midst of all of this chaos, a former CIA agent, a respected financial reporter and a blogger that takes his prepping to extremes all find themselves dropped into the middle of an ancient conflict between two shadowy international organizations. The three of them are absolutely horrified to discover that one of those shadowy international organizations is planning to hit New York City with the largest terror attack in U.S. history. The goal is to throw the entire country into chaos, but who will get the blame?


Author : Zachary Eichholz
Publisher : Lulu.com
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ISBN 13 : 0359790836
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Author : W.J. Dumbrell
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release : 2001-01-10
Page : 216
Category : Religion
ISBN 13 : 1579105564
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Author : Harry Turtledove
Publisher : Hachette UK
Release : 2013-10-31
Page : 320
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 0575121319
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Japanese Zeros appear in the skies over Hawaii and descend upon Pearl Harbor in a devastating attack that cripples the U.S. Navy fleet and airfields. One after another, the islands are conquered and occupied by the Empire of the Sun. In the hands of a merciless enemy, American soldiers in POW camps suffer cruel punishment. Many older Hawaiians of Japanese origin support the invaders - while some of their children want to fight back. But the domination of the Pacific and the submission of those who live there is merely the beginning. With the U.S. military on Hawaii completely subjugated, there is no one to stop the Japanese from using the islands' resources to launch an offensive against America's western coast...


Author : Kareem Raymer El
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
Release : 2014-11-10
Page : 50
Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
ISBN 13 : 1503514684
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This book was conceived to help individuals get to the true self, which is the inner self.


Author : Juergen Moltmann
Publisher : SCM Press
Release : 2013-01-26
Page : 194
Category : Religion
ISBN 13 : 0334048664
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'In my end is my beginning', wrote T. S. Eliot at the close of his poem East Coker, and that line gave me the title for this book. With it I should like to express the power of the Christian hope, for Christian hope is the power of resurrection from life's failures and defeats. It is the power of the rebirth of life out of the shadows of death. It is the power for the new beginning at the place where guilt has made life impossible. From the Introduction by Jurgen Moltmann In this short doctrine of hope, Jurgen Moltmann examines the personal experiences in life, in which the future is awaited, times when we search for new beginnings and find them. In three parts that correspond to the three beginnings in life: birth, rebirth and resurrection, Moltmann extols the true value of Christian hope that powers new beginnings. Jurgen Moltmann is Emeritus Professor of Systematic Theology at the University of Tubingen, Germany. He is the author of a number of books published by SCM Press, including Theology of Hope, The Crucified God and The Church in the Power of the Spirit.


Author : Ernest Giro
Publisher : Lulu.com
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ISBN 13 : 1794842179
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Author : Caroline Hanna Guirgis
Publisher : WestBow Press
Release : 2018-07-09
Page : 238
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 13 : 1973632985
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From a drug addict to a pastor, John Hanna lived a life of true hope. He overcame his addiction through the gospel of Jesus Christ. Being released from his bondage unleashed a renewed man. In The Beginning Starts at the End, author Caroline Guirgis, Johns sister, shares his story. She tells how the grace of God redeemed John from the darkness of addiction and restored him into the light of Christ. The gospel of truth healed John and renewed him wholly. As a new creation, John expelled his lust for drugs and received the love of Christ. His love and compassion for people had no boundaries. He never judged or labeled a person because he understood the depth of their pain. The Beginning Starts at the End chronicles the story of a man who came to the end of himself and found God. It narrates how John met people in their sufferings and gave them hope; he believed no one was too far gone for Gods reach. He was an ordinary man who became extraordinary through his tumultuous journey. John was the gift that kept on giving.


Author : Carlos Martinez (Activist)
Publisher :
Release : 2019
Page : 160
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 9789380118789
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The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) - a workers' and peasants' state - lasted a mere seventy years. It has been gone for a quarter of a century. Existing socialist states face many of the same external pressures that the Soviet Union faced; future socialist states will too. In addition to interference from the imperialist world, the socialist experiments thus far have faced a number of internal problems: how to maintain economic growth in the face of constantly changing needs and expectations; how to maintain revolutionary momentum through the second, third and fourth generations of the revolution; how to balance a revolutionary internationalist foreign policy with the need to maintain peaceful coexistence with the capitalist world; how to avoid economic and diplomatic isolation and to take advantage of the latest global developments in science and technology. In trying to locate solutions to such problems, the details of the Soviet collapse constitute some of the most important historical data we have available. The more our movement can learn about the Soviet experience, the better prepared we will be to prevent historic reverses and defeats in future, and the better equipped we will be to develop a compelling, convincing vision of socialism that is relevant in the here and now. Carlos Martinez goes back to the legacy of the USSR, traces the lessons to be learned from this crucial socialist experiment and provides a challenging narrative of its collapse.