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Visions from My Mother: A Century Poems By Alfred Orero
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Alfred uses plain yet witty language to give the reader an experience of the modern world of poetry. His 100 poems target readers who like short, succinct poems with relevant messages and can... More > entertain. See the world through his eyes as he tackles many of life's issues with words.< Less
KLONDIKE DAYS and YUKON TRAVEL in 1898 By Alfred Page
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Oh, the stirring days of the 1898 Yukon Gold Rush, with its bustling Dawson waterfront, the endless line of dogteams rushing out to Bonanza and Hunker creeks and the creaking of the wooden... More > windlasses. In this historical narrative Alfred Page gives the reader a first-hand glimpse of the events and the men and women of those restless days when hopes ran high.< Less
Healthful Sports for Boys: The American Boy’s Ultimate Guide to Building Confidence, Strength and Good Moral Character Through Sports, Games, Camping, Boating, Swimming, Cycling, Skating, Sledding, Sleight of Hand Magic and More! By Alfred Rochefort
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Originally published in 1910, Alfred Rochefort's HEALTHFUL SPORTS FOR BOYS is an optimistic "Can Do!" prescription for the kind of vigorous, competitive, yet thoroughly wholesome boyhood... More > that for more than two centuries has reliably bred great American men of character, courage and good common sense. In our 21st Century, "post-modern" era of video games, virtual reality and "couch potato kids," Rochefort's vision of active boys creating fun with their own minds and muscles is a reminder of everything great about boys and about America, and a Clarion Call to a new generation to "get up and get great!" -- Before it's too late!< Less
Healthful Sports for Boys: The American Boy’s Ultimate Guide to Building Confidence, Strength and Good Moral Character Through Sports, Games, Camping, Boating, Swimming, Cycling, Skating, Sledding, Sleight of Hand Magic and More! By Alfred Rochefort
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Originally published in 1910, Alfred Rochefort's HEALTHFUL SPORTS FOR BOYS is an optimistic "Can Do!" prescription for the kind of vigorous, competitive, yet thoroughly wholesome boyhood... More > that for more than two centuries has reliably bred great American men of character, courage and good common sense. In our 21st Century, "post-modern" era of video games, virtual reality and "couch potato kids," Rochefort's vision of active boys creating fun with their own minds and muscles is a reminder of everything great about boys and about America, and a Clarion Call to a new generation to "get up and get great!" -- Before it's too late!< Less
My Paperback Book By Alfred Döblin
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Translation by Anne Thompson of Alfred Döblin’s masterpiece set in 1920’s Berlin towards the end of the jazz and music-hall era of the Roaring Twenties. Franz Biberkopf is released... More > after four years in prison for killing his girl-friend in a fit of rage. He makes a vow that he will go straight and lead a decent life, but his corrupt environment makes it impossible and despite all his efforts he is plunged step by step into the louche underworld of gangsters, prostitutes and pimps. Anne Thompson’s translation captures the atmosphere of cosmopolitan Berlin towards the end of the Weimar Republic, and of the life of Berliners in the streets of the working-class area of Berlin around the Alexanderplatz square.< Less
Jewish Angelogy and Demonolgy & the Fall of the Angels By Alfred Edersheim
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Edersheim emigrated to Hungary and became a teacher of languages. He converted to Christianity in Pesth when he came under the influence of John Duncan, a Church of Scotland chaplain to workmen... More > engaged in constructing a bridge over the Danube. Edersheim accompanied Duncan on his return to Scotland and studied theology at New College, Edinburgh and at the University of Berlin. In 1846 Alfred was married to Mary Broomfield. They had seven children. In the same year he was ordained to the ministry in the Free Church of Scotland. He was a missionary to the Jews at Iaşi, Romania for a year. On his return to Scotland, after preaching for a time in Aberdeen, Edersheim was appointed in 1849 to minister at the Free Church, Old Aberdeen.< Less
Police Assessment Center Exam Training Guide By Alfred Donovan
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Our Police Assessment Center Exam Training Guide (2nd Edition, 2017) was written entirely by Chief Alfred P. Donovan (ret). Chief Donovan has written Assessment Center Test exercises for dozens of... More > Assessment Center promotional tests conducted by numerous police departments. Chief Donovan has also acted as Assessment Center Test administrator and evaluator on numerous occasions. Chief Donovan knows what types of exercises you are likely to face and he knows the response your department is looking for and he shares them with you in this manual.< Less
The Adventures of A Dog and A Good Dog Too By Alfred Elwes
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This charming tale tells the story of Job, a lowly dog of mixed parentage who battles against adversity to become a highly respected and very important citizen of Caneville. Job encounters canine... More > ruffians, famine and flood, but nothing can daunt his indomitable spirit. He is an heroic little character who more than once risks his own life to save others. Written in the Victorian era, the simple morality contained within this book (that Goodness and Fidelity will always be rewarded) is unchanging and immensely satisfying. The beautifully descriptive language of the period, together with exquisite illustrations, make this an enchanting little book to be read over and over again. Alfred Elwes was born in Woolwich, Kent in 1819. A noted childrens’ author, he also translated French and Italian literature in English. He was a Doctor of Philosophy and for a time was Professor of English at Leghorn University in Tuscany.< Less
Berlin Alexanderplatz By Alfred Döblin
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Berlin Alexanderplatz Translation by Anne Thompson of Alfred Döblin's masterpiece set in 1920's Berlin towards the end of the jazz and music-hall era of the Roaring 20's. Franz Biberkopf is... More > released after four years in prison for killing his girl-friend in a fit of rage. He makes a vow that he will go straight and lead a decent life, but his corrupt environment makes it impossible and despite all his efforts he is plunged step by steps into the louche world of gangsters, prostitutes and pimps. Anne Thompson's translation captures the atmosphere of cosmopolitan Berlin towards the end of the Weimar Republic, and of the life of people in the streets of the working-class area of Berlin around the Alexanderplatz square.< Less
Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah By Edersheim Alfred
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Alfred Edersheim believed that some knowledge of ancient Jewish society was necessary for the general reader of the New Testament to fully understand Jesus' life and works. Edersheim's The Life and... More > Times of Jesus the Messiah is an informal commentary on the Four Gospels, which highlights the intellectual and religious perspectives of the people who lived during the time of Jesus. By consulting both Rabbinic Law and Talmudic writings, Edersheim paints a vivid picture of the various locations where Jesus walked, prayed, and preached. Not only does Edersheim provide useful geographical and political clarifications, he also offers insight into the emotional and psychological experiences of individual Biblical characters. From Jesus' birth, to His death, resurrection, and ascension into heaven--Edersheim reports the stages of Jesus' life in exceptional detail, bringing animation and color into a set of stories that may seem distant to readers today. -Emmalon Davis, CCEL Staff Writer< Less

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