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THE LOST CITY OF AVO By dean james
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a detailed adventure book with a couple of hard words.
10 Short Stories by Ada and Avo By Avetis Ghukasyan & Hovik Vardumyan
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It is a small and friendly book covering a wide spectrum of topics concerning the human condition. Illuminating the flaws and negativeness while at the same time shedding light on our capacity for... More > unconditional love and understanding as a people, it presents one with a refreshing perspective to look at the world anew.< Less
Nebo v avos’ke By Alexandr Kanonenko
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Кононенко Александр Небо в ... More > авоське Его стихи приятно перечитывать, узнавать их, как старых знакомцев, и с удивлением обнаруживать, что с возрастом эти знакомцы стали как будто глубже и содержательнее, потому что, перечитывая давно полюбившиеся строки, каждый раз открываешь в них что-то новое. И за каждой строкой, за каждым словом видишь добрую улыбку автора.< Less
Contos da minha Avó e Histórias de Tiroló By Artur Gonçalves
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Contos da minha Avó e Histórias de Tiroló traduzem um grito de revolta contra a injustiça, servidão, humilhação e contra todo o conjunto de mazelas... More > que povoam a alma humana. As suas personagens, bizarras, caricatas ou desconcertantes, embora pertencentes a uma mesma realidade, movem-se em palcos, dimensões e modelos que apenas se tocam na intercepção dos infinitos e aí, para triunfarem, as variáveis que guindaram o homem à condição de ser supremos da existência, gerada no acaso da probabilidade, têm primeiro de ser ridicularizadas para só depois se regenerarem, erguerem e dominarem. Ao mergulharem na profundidade da condição humana, estes contos descrevem uma existência passada e espelham a realidade presente onde é claro que, para além de existir, é necessário viver, que maior que o ter é o ser, que a luz tem uma infinidade de tons que, na sua diferença, vivem em harmonia, tem a mesma importância e trabalham para o mesmo fim. Em suma, a obra representa, na sua grandeza e misérias, o triunfo do “Homem”.< Less
Así xogaban os nosos avós e avoas By Yaiza Linaje Álvarez (Coord) et al.
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Neste libro encontraremos una selección de xogos tradicionales do alumnado do CEIP O Ramo
For Quill, The Story of My Life By Joseph Dyer
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This is a short story about the life of Joe Dyer, written for Quill Chapman Ruby, his Grandson, for his first Birthday on 18th December 2016.
Sword of the Turul By Catherine Eva Schandl
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* Due to its historical merit, this book is mentioned on the site of the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation. It is also in Yad Vashem Library.* From the British led anti-Nazi resistance in... More > Hungary to the Soviet prisons of Lubyanka, Lefortovo, and Vladimir, then to Whitehall and North America - this book is based on a true story,told for the first time. What did a “group” led by British intelligence, a church in a cave, and a missing Swedish diplomat all have in common in World War II Hungary – and why did most of the players in this drama disappear? Shocking facts are uncovered about war-torn Budapest, British intelligence, and SMERSH – and how they were connected. A 60 year old deception is exposed… *The scanned prison record at the beginning of the book, is authentic, as are the revealing pages from Karoly's and Terezia's memoirs.* This book is on Amazon worldwide, Forbes Book Club, Ecampus, and is listed on Ingram.< Less
Sword of the Turul By Catherine Eva Schandl
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* Due to its historical merit, this book is mentioned on the site of the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation. It is also in Yad Vashem Library.* From the British led anti-Nazi resistance in... More > Hungary to the Soviet prisons of Lubyanka, Lefortovo, and Vladimir, then to Whitehall and North America - this book is based on a true story,told for the first time. What did a “group” led by British intelligence, a church in a cave, and a missing Swedish diplomat all have in common in World War II Hungary – and why did most of the players in this drama disappear? Shocking facts are uncovered about war-torn Budapest, British intelligence, and SMERSH – and how they were connected. A 60 year old deception is exposed… *The scanned prison record at the beginning of the book, is authentic, as are the revealing pages from Karoly's and Terezia's memoirs.* This book is on Amazon worldwide, Forbes Book Club, Ecampus, and is listed on Ingram.< Less
Children of an Everlasting Heaven By Arthur Winarczyk
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After the Holocaust Jewish Life in the Spirit was wiped out. What emerged were known as Noble Ways. In this generation the Holy Spirit was born to them and walked among them, rebuilding the old Ways... More > of Life. Using a convenient theme, he could be as cunning as a serpent and yet as innocent as a dove, and taught his people in the spirit The Way of the Holy Spirit. Jewish and other mysticism, Life in the Spirit, explained using interactions against the background of a love story between Helen and Darth. It begins in an Australian court room. Court orders known as AVOs, in theory to protect a person from violence, can be used as the basis to engineer a Last Will and Testament for a person with brain damage, and to protect child sexual abuse.< Less
My Armenian Heritage By Sooren Apkarian
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American born Armenian, Sooren Apkarian, a lifelong member of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation (ARF) in Michigan, spent a working life of 38 years in a cold-rolled steel mill (Detroit Steel... More > Corporation). He was employed as a Steelworker in Detroit. He retired in 1985 and set about writing his memoirs. “My Armenian Heritage” is the autobiographical narrative of Sooren Apkarian’s roots, his development as an Armenian nationalist, and his two voyages to his ancestral homeland in 1971 and 1975. On his trips Sooren was overwhelmed with emotional feelings, family and food. From his shocking meeting with his paternal uncle Avo, a near facsimile of his father, to gatherings with daily waves of dozens of previously unknown relatives, each of whom was giddy with excitement and who shocked the author with their love and hospitality. This work covers the gamut of family relations, the yearning for familial love, the detrimental effects of communism, national pride and Armenian history.< Less