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And The Sun Goeth Down (The Vim Hood Chronicles)

And The Sun Goeth Down (The Vim Hood Chronicles)
Author: Terry Mark
Publisher: Brasil Books LLC
Total Pages: 287
Release: 2019-11-23
Genre: Art
ISBN: 1706520336

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It is 1917. The Great War, the War To End All Wars, has raged across the globe for three long years. The Russians are ready to sue for peace and the French and British are exhausted. Germany and Austria-Hungary are close to winning as they look west. But across the Atlantic, Woodrow Wilson is planning on declaring war. And a million fresh American troops will tip the balance in the Allies favor.In New Mexico, former President Theodore Roosevelt is training his Rough Rider Volunteer regiments in the desert, hoping to be sent to war. But he is not the hero he once was. Ernest Hemingway is on his first job, an assignment as a reporter for the Kansas City Star. He has come to New Mexico to investigate an abandoned mining town.Together, they discover there is an evil rising in the Mexican desert. Towns and Native-American tribes are vanishing. The dead are being reborn. Teddy Roosevelt is going to ride into battle one last time and Ernest Hemingway is embarked on his first great adventure against an ancient and powerful enemy.

Announcing a New School

Announcing a New School
Author: Daniel Greenberg
Publisher: The Sudbury Valley School
Total Pages: 224
Release: 1973
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9781888947113

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Falling for the Forest Ranger

Falling for the Forest Ranger
Author: Leigh Bale
Publisher: Harlequin
Total Pages: 140
Release: 2013-01-01
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1460301196

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Working for the Forest Service, Tanner Bohlman knows the dangers of Idaho's untamed lands and rivers. It's certainly no place for a dainty woman like widowed mother Zoe Lawton, even if she is a capable marine biologist. But Zoe is new in town and could use a guide. When Tanner discovers her young son has never been fishing, he quickly becomes a father figure. Suddenly one sweet child and a woman with more grit than he gave her credit for are tugging on this man's heartstrings. And before long, he's questioning his vow never to love again.

The Black Women Oral History Project. Cplt.

The Black Women Oral History Project. Cplt.
Author: Ruth Edmonds Hill
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Total Pages: 5168
Release: 2013-06-21
Genre: History
ISBN: 311097391X

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Life Lessons from the Little Red Wagon

Life Lessons from the Little Red Wagon
Author: Ronald E. Simmons
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 241
Release: 2023-03-21
Genre: Self-Help

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Who would have thought that one of the most popular childhood toys held so many of life’s answers. In The Little Red Wagon, prolific business leader and public servant Ron Simmons invites you to leave ordinary behind and glide into the richly meaningful life you were intended to live. From his humble beginnings in the rural South to the heights of influence as an entrepreneur, finance executive, and three-term member of the Texas House of Representatives, Simmons mines the depths of his triumphs and travails to provide a wealth of applicable insights. Whether you’re out front holding the wagon’s handle, shifting the direction from inside, riding along as cargo, or pushing from the rear, the place you occupy will set your course toward more of the same or to bold adventure. Simmons has learned that it isn’t a lack of talent or ability that often holds us back. It’s the lure of the safe, comfortable path that threatens to keep us stuck in a rut of fear and negativity, speeding along with no clear destination, or passively catching a ride instead of taking initiative and action.

Unemployment Among Agricultural Workers in Hawaii

Unemployment Among Agricultural Workers in Hawaii
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Agricultural Labor
Total Pages: 122
Release: 1974
Genre: Agricultural laborers

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One Summer's Night

One Summer's Night
Author: Kiley Dunbar
Publisher: Hera books Ltd
Total Pages:
Release: 2019-03-06
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1912973022

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The path of true love never did run smooth…did it? Kelsey Anderson is stuck in a rut so big, she’ll need a 4-wheel drive to get out. She’s just been made redundant from her dead-end job, and boyfriend Fran is so busy climbing up the career ladder that he’s forgotten how to have fun. She needs to change her life – and fast. Stumbling across an advert for tour guides in Stratford-Upon-Avon seems like the perfect way to bring the sunshine back. In an impulsive move, she moves from her small Scottish village to Shakespeare’s birthplace, armed only with a suitcase and her battered copy of Shakespeare’s Sonnets. Kelsey quickly falls in love with the place, her job as a tourist guide allowing her to explore every inch of the picture-perfect town, from cosy cafes to the picturesque banks of the river. But it’s not just the town that captures her heart, as she finds herself torn between the actors Will and Jonathan who both vie for her affections. But will beautiful Peony, the lead actress at the Oklahoma theatre company where Jonathan is playing Oberon in A Midsummer’s Night’s Dream, play a role in keeping Kelsey and Jonathan apart? Or will flirtatious, charming Will, the fellow tour guide who has set his sights on Kelsey, keep the star-crossed lovers from finding their happy ending? A gorgeously uplifting, feel good romance that will captivate readers of Holly Martin, Cathy Bramley and Milly Johnson.

Crystal Beach

Crystal Beach
Author: Gary Pooler
Publisher: FriesenPress
Total Pages: 263
Release: 2022-01-24
Genre: History
ISBN: 1039130259

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“The memories within the millions of people who experienced Crystal Beach, even just once, will never be lost.” One of Canada’s greatest entertainment centres existed for one hundred years in an isolated little village in one of the southernmost corners of Ontario, just across the lake from Buffalo, New York. Nicknamed “Buffalo’s Coney Island,” the Crystal Beach Amusement Park swarmed with American visitors in its mid-century glory days, and its stories were carried all over the world. A Crystal Beach resident since childhood, Gary Pooler takes readers behind the scenes of a world class amusement park, combining local history, sports journalism, true crime, and North American folklore to create a unique picture of the quirky Crystal Beach community, both in and “out of the park,” through its geographical and social history. These collected stories tell of the life and times in an amusement park resort community—a summer-long carnival, illegal prizefighting in the nearby sand hills, world class entertainers and athletes, featuring the likes of Jesse Owens, an eccentric traveling minstrel, vaudevillians settling in the village, police scandals, bootlegging, and even murder. Pooler chronicles the gradual decline and closure of the amusement park and the effect this had on the village, and illustrates the community’s triumphant renaissance in recent years. Harrowing and nostalgic, Crystal Beach: Out of the Park is a rare and vital historical record and a spirited exploration of Crystal Beach in all of its various shades and stages.