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Author : Woody Williams
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
Release : 2010-09-01
Page : 24
Category : Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 13 : 1477171959
Description :


Annabelle Fansworth was a sweet young girl from the South, polite and proper. However, she had a great flaw. In school, she was called the “Tattle–Tail” because she would tell on her classmates all the things she saw and heard. Bothered by her daughter’s attitude, Annabelle’s mother told her not to tattle on her peers just to get them into trouble. “You’re friends might learn to dislike you, you will be all alone and you might grow a tail where one doesn’t belong,” her mother cautioned. Despite the warning, Annabelle continued telling on her friends–that Sissy wrote something on the wall and that Johnny has flattened the ball–doing what she thought was right. One morning, to Annabelle’s shock, she grew a twisted and furry tail where no tail should be. Can she still get rid of this tail? How? Written with lovely rhyme and vibrant illustrations on each page, The Girl Who Grew a Tattle Tail is an engaging read that can be the perfect tool for parent–child bonding as it imparts a lesson on obedience and friendship.


Author : Lauren B. Mangiaforte
Publisher : Lulu.com
Release : 2014-05-11
Page : 384
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 1304996123
Description :


St Albas University might as well be Neverland. Drunk at dawn on the first of May, the students of an elite university in Scotland prepare to run into the frigid sea in a centuries-old tradition. Among the third-year students are Catriona Darlington and Julie Lovejoy: observers to and participants in their peers' wealthy madness. Between two Mays, they devolve from strangers to enemies as they navigate the social rules of a generation without them and the pressures of life in a suffocatingly small cosmopolitan town. Tangled up in the chaos of the girls' gradually intertwining lives are the boys who wouldn't grow up: a priest-to-be; an oil sheikh-to-be; a cousin and friend who is the keeper of each girl's destructive secrets; and the immoral moral philosophy student whose years-long relationship with Catriona is taking its time in dying. When the sun rises over the sea on May first of their fourth year, nothing and no one is the same as they were the year before. But has anyone grown up?


Author : Frances Stegall
Publisher : iUniverse
Release : 2006-04
Page : 316
Category : History
ISBN 13 : 0595395899
Description :


Grass Roots-80 Years in Bailey County is a collection of family stories, photos and genealogy covering the first 91 years of the life of Frances Gaddy Stegall. Born on August 3, 1911, Stegall moved to Bailey County, Texas in 1922. Although she had a summer home in Ruidoso, New Mexico, she has never left Bailey County. This book was originally published at age 91. At age 94 she published her first romance novel, Meggie. Her second romance novel should be out shortly after her 95th birthday and she is currently working on a third. Ms. Stegall is sharp, witty and determined. She wants the book published in her words-not in the polished words of an editor. She uses words such as kinda, gotta, and wanna to clearly show that these are rural stories. Amusing stories of her childhood in east Texas include details of the hardships of life in the early 1900's and explanations of farming and ranching practices such as cattle dipping and cotton pulling are plentiful. Stegall is candid and forthright as she shares the joys and sorrows of her entire life. From having a child with Downs Syndrome, the excitement of eloping at 16 years of age, the heartbreak of watching her husband slip into Alzheimer's, and her commitment to her faith she tells it like it is-in her own words.


Author : Julia Cook
Publisher :
Release : 2009-12-01
Page : 24
Category : Education
ISBN 13 : 9781931636926
Description :


Contains activities, discussion questions, and other exercises that teachers can use along with Julia Cook's illustrated story, "A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue," to teach students the differences between tattling and warning.


Author : Tandy Braid
Publisher : Publish America
Release : 2003-09-01
Page : 27
Category : Talebearing
ISBN 13 : 9781413705898
Description :


The Tattle Tail Tale is a story about a little girl named Matilda, who has a very big problem...she loves to tattle. Then a fairy named Carrie comes into the picture and teaches her a very big lesson about tattling. Every time Matilda tattles she grows a tail, and that tail grows longer and longer with each tattle. The book teaches children that there is a difference between tattling and reporting and that unless someone may get hurt, itas important to let the adults handle the problem.


Author : Betty B. Cantwell
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Release : 2010-07
Page : 124
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 1452045399
Description :


Nine-year-old Mary Jane is thrust into a grownup role when she finds herself in charge of her two younger sisters after her mama's death. Her papa's marriage to a neighbor widow bent on securing her own children's future, threatens to tear apart Mary Jane's once happy home. Under strict orders from Papa not to tattle, Mary Jane and her sisters are forced to quietly endure the mistreatment of their stepmother as they struggle to adhere to their papa's rule. No Tattletales is a heartwarming story of triumph through adversity, as Mary Jane receives encouragement by remembering her mother's lessons. She learns to believe that she can do all things through Christ who strengthens her-a big concept for a little girl. No Tattletales shows challenges faced by a young girl growing up on an isolated Arkansas farm in 1888.


Author : Rhea Tregebov
Publisher : Coteau Books
Release : 2014-09-16
Page : 328
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 1550504355
Description :


Annette Gershon’s odyssey from depression-era Winnipeg to Stalinist Russia and back to Canada in the 1950s is both the seldom-told story of those who actually made that hopeful, doomed, journey, and a testament to the tenacity of the human spirit. Ten-year old Annette Gershon is content enough growing up in her father’s delicatessen on Main Street Winnipeg, but for immigrant families scratching out a living in the Dirty Thirties, even subsistence is a delicate balance, easily upset. Everything changes when her parents decide to take the family "home" to the Soviet Union to escape the devastation of the collapsing capitalist economy. Annette struggles to maintain her sense of who she is, first adapting to her life in Stalinist Odessa, then fleeing to Moscow, ahead of the Nazi occupation. But it is in the post-war years that her identity, and her very life, are threatened by the anti-Semitism of Stalinism’s final years. The Knife Sharpener's Bell is the story of a girl who tried to stop a train, but finds herself on the runaway train of historical events. It is a story about loyalty and betrayal, heroism and fear. What is most memorable about it is the empathy we feel for these characters, who must make their way through some of the twentieth century's most tumultuous events. The writing is infused with a poet's sensitivities to rhythm, image, and linguistic energy, yet it is also beautifully restrained – each image and each gorgeous observation is there for a very particular reason; the entire story hums with the tension that arises from the taut, athletic language.


Author : Rebecca L. Thomas
Publisher : ABC-CLIO
Release : 2018-06-21
Page : 1636
Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN 13 : 1440834350
Description :


Whether used for thematic story times, program and curriculum planning, readers' advisory, or collection development, this updated edition of the well-known companion makes finding the right picture books for your library a breeze. • Offers easy subject access to children's picture books • Features a user-friendly organization • Provides in-depth indexing and full bibliographic detail


Author : Betty B. Cantwell
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Release : 2010-07-13
Page : 124
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 : 9781449076931
Description :


Nine-year-old Mary Jane is thrust into a grownup role when she finds herself in charge of her two younger sisters after her mama’s death. Her papa’s marriage to a neighbor widow bent on securing her own children’s future, threatens to tear apart Mary Jane’s once happy home. Under strict orders from Papa not to tattle, Mary Jane and her sisters are forced to quietly endure the mistreatment of their stepmother as they struggle to adhere to their papa’s rule. No Tattletales is a heartwarming story of triumph through adversity, as Mary Jane receives encouragement by remembering her mother’s lessons. She learns to believe that she can do all things through Christ who strengthens her—a big concept for a little girl. No Tattletales shows challenges faced by a young girl growing up on an isolated Arkansas farm in 1888.


Author : Dale C. Mayer
Publisher : Nova Publishers
Release : 2004
Page : 341
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 13 : 9781590338063
Description :


The first ever biography of Herbert Hoover's First Lady.


Author : Georgette St. Clair
Publisher : Georgette St. Clair
Release : 2014-08-01
Page : 154
Category : Fiction
ISBN 13 :
Description :


Cats and dogs don’t traditionally get along, but there’s one pussycat that Alpha shifter Ty Battle wants to set a-purrin’: sexy lynx shifter Karen Padfoot. Unfortunately, he’s got a terrible reputation as a player, and she’s scorned all of his advances after one interrupted encounter a year earlier. When she comes to the Battle compound to plead for the release of her troublemaking father, who stole from the Battle’s warehouse, he’s finally got his chance; she’ll have to work for him as a waitress at his nightclub to pay off her father’s debt. Karen may be hissing and spitting mad, but if Ty has his way, he’ll collar this sexy kitty for good. Unfortunately, someone else wants to cage the feisty feline, and Ty’s the only one who can keep her safe. Will Karen let her barriers down and trust the sexy bachelor with the bad boy reputation before it’s too late?


Author : Robert D. Sollars
Publisher : iUniverse
Release : 2009-10-31
Page : 172
Category : Education
ISBN 13 : 1440172706
Description :


Losing is traumatic. Parents should never bury their kids. Yet every year we have kids who die in the one place away from home where they should be safe, school. Never To Grow Up: Preventing Violence In Our Schools is designed to help concerned parents keep their kids and their schools safer than it is now. Our children are our future. Why should we not protect them with everything thing possible, like this book?


Author : Juls Amor
Publisher :
Release : 2014
Page : 450
Category :
ISBN 13 : 9781483545653
Description :


The Year of The Frog candidly portrays the struggle a woman in her forties went through trying to do everything perfectly to fit into a society entrenched with religion to seek the Prince of Peace, consumerism to feel prosperity and kissing frogs to find Prince Charming. The author abruptly sold her entire life to runaway alone seeking her soul-tur.


Author : Jed Diamond
Publisher : Rodale
Release : 2005-09-03
Page : 304
Category : Self-Help
ISBN 13 : 1594862915
Description :


A guide to dealing with hormone related mood swings in men describes the triggers and warning signs of Irritable Male Syndrome, the ways it can affect those suffering from it, and the best ways for men and their families to work through it. Reprint.


Author : Mary Downing Hahn
Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Release : 2017-07-18
Page : 304
Category : Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 13 : 1328699021
Description :


Against the ominous backdrop of the influenza epidemic of 1918, Annie, a new girl at school, is claimed as best friend by Elsie, a classmate who is a tattletale, a liar, and a thief. Soon Annie makes other friends and finds herself joining them in teasing and tormenting Elsie. Elsie dies from influenza, but then she returns to reclaim Annie's friendship and punish all the girls who bullied her. Young readers who revel in spooky stories will relish this chilling tale of a girl haunted by a vengeful ghost.


Author : Hyeonseo Lee
Publisher : HarperCollins UK
Release : 2015-07-02
Page : 320
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 13 : 0007554869
Description :


NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER An extraordinary insight into life under one of the world’s most ruthless and secretive dictatorships – and the story of one woman’s terrifying struggle to avoid capture/repatriation and guide her family to freedom.


Author : Juls Amor
Publisher : Createspace Independent Pub
Release : 2014-11-25
Page : 404
Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
ISBN 13 : 9781503226821
Description :


Dig into the mind of a middle-aged woman trying desperately to fit into society chained with churches on every corner, consumerism for prosperity and the idea of coupledom to feel complete. Two years ago something snapped and Juls sold everything including her successful private practice to run away alone and focus on her own healing. “THE YEAR OF THE FROG” candidly portrays the struggle she went through trying to do everything perfectly to fit into a society entrenched with what she calls “Controligion”. In the book she defines Controligion as a way to command with the illusion of a moral code keeping the soul small. Juls tried to fit into that world for over 40 years seeking the Prince of Peace for salvation, consumerism for prosperity and kissing frogs to find Prince Charming. She abruptly sold her entire life to seek her soul. Juls traded in scientific fact for feeling, medical journals for Shamanic healing and the church for Mother Earth's teachings - turning her mid-life crisis into a mid-life awakening.


Author : Geoff Alexander
Publisher : McFarland
Release : 2013-12-27
Page : 292
Category : Performing Arts
ISBN 13 : 0786472634
Description :


Millions of dollars in public funds were allocated to school districts in the post-Sputnik era for the purchase of educational films, resulting in thousands of 16mm films being made by exciting young filmmakers, an era which lasted until videotape became dominant around 1985. The most interesting films were in the areas of science and the humanities. This book discusses more than 1,000 such films, including many available to view today on the Internet. People ranging from adult film stars to noted physicists appeared in them, some notable directors made them, people died filming them, religious entities attempted to ban them, and even the companies that made them tried to censor them. Here, this remarkable body of work is classified into seven subject categories, within which some of the most effective and successful films are juxtaposed against those that were didactic and plodding treatments of similar thematic material. Many of the films are fascinating, and much of their content remains relevant. This book will appeal to educators and home schoolers looking for exceptional content, to media and educational historians and archivists, and to anyone seeking an unforgettable viewing experience.


Author : Lauren Baratz-Logsted
Publisher : Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
Release : 2017-06-20
Page : 240
Category : Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 13 : 0374303878
Description :


Amazon Editors' Pick Best Books of June 2017 Semifinalist: GoodReads Choice Awards 2017 Best Middle Grade and Children's Book National Council for Social Studies/Children's Book Council Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People 2018 The Planetary Society Recommended Space Books for Kids of All Ages 2017 The National Science and Engineering Council of Canada list of books for Science Literacy Week 2018 2018-2019 Keystone to Reading Elementary Book Award Intermediate Grade list 2018-19 Maine Student Book Award Reading List 2018-2019 Florida Sunshine State Young Readers Award List, Grades 3-5 It’s 1969 and the country is gearing up for what looks to be the most exciting moment in U.S. history: men landing on the moon. Ten-year-old Mamie’s class is given an assignment to write letters to the astronauts. All the girls write to Neil Armstrong ("So cute!") and all the boys write to Buzz Aldrin ("So cool!"). Only Mamie writes to Michael Collins, the astronaut who will come so close but never achieve everyone else's dream of walking on the moon, because he is the one who must stay with the ship. After school ends, Mamie keeps writing to Michael Collins, taking comfort in telling someone about what's going on with her family as, one by one, they leave the house thinking that someone else is taking care of her—until she is all alone except for her cat and her best friend, Buster. And as the date of the launch nears, Mamie can't help but wonder: Does no one stay with the ship anymore? With I LOVE YOU, MICHAEL COLLINS, Lauren Baratz-Logsted has created a heartwarming story about family and being true to yourself. A Margaret Ferguson Book


Author : Shelley Andrews-Hinders
Publisher : Page Publishing, Inc
Release : 2020-11-11
Page : 210
Category : Body, Mind & Spirit
ISBN 13 : 1647017009
Description :


Medium Brave is the poignant story of what it was like growing up transgender in 1950s Ohio—the challenges, the confusion, the struggle of growing up different twenty years before the term that defines that condition has even been created. Told with gentle humor, insight, and heartbreaking honesty, Medium Brave will touch the heart, inspire the mind, and encourage any soul still struggling with their authenticity and freedom to find out what it means to be medium brave.