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Bình minh và nai con By Troy Cusson
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**TWO BOOKS IN ONE**: This version now contains a "Create Your Own Story" coloring book in the back. Illustrated by Crystal Cochell. During the summer of 2011 a young doe could be seen... More > throughout my neighborhood seemingly unaffected by the noises, people, and animals that surrounded her. My family and I would see her out at all times of the day in and out of the back yards of all the homes on our street. On one particularly beautiful July morning I said to my wife, "Ya know she is around so much we should name her." My wife said, "I've been calling her Dawn as I always see her out in the early morning". I said, "Huh, Dawn The Deer, sounds like a good name for a children's book." Also available in Spanish, Vietnamese, Indonesian and Chinese. For more info visit www.troyseportfolio.com< Less
小鹿多恩 By Troy Cusson
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**TWO BOOKS IN ONE**: This version now contains a "Create Your Own Story" coloring book in the back. Illustrated by Crystal Cochell. During the summer of 2011 a young doe could be seen... More > throughout my neighborhood seemingly unaffected by the noises, people, and animals that surrounded her. My family and I would see her out at all times of the day in and out of the back yards of all the homes on our street. On one particularly beautiful July morning I said to my wife, "Ya know she is around so much we should name her." My wife said, "I've been calling her Dawn as I always see her out in the early morning". I said, "Huh, Dawn The Deer, sounds like a good name for a children's book." Also available in Spanish, Vietnamese, Indonesian and Chinese. For more info visit www.troyseportfolio.com< Less
Dini si Rusa By Troy Cusson
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**TWO BOOKS IN ONE**: This version now contains a "Create Your Own Story" coloring book in the back. Illustrated by Crystal Cochell. During the summer of 2011 a young doe could be seen... More > throughout my neighborhood seemingly unaffected by the noises, people, and animals that surrounded her. My family and I would see her out at all times of the day in and out of the back yards of all the homes on our street. On one particularly beautiful July morning I said to my wife, "Ya know she is around so much we should name her." My wife said, "I've been calling her Dawn as I always see her out in the early morning". I said, "Huh, Dawn The Deer, sounds like a good name for a children's book." Also available in Spanish, Vietnamese, Indonesian and Chinese. For more info visit www.troyseportfolio.com< Less
Pioneer Memories By Harry Dorris
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Those Americans born between “The Great War” and “The Great Depression” have received well-deserved accolades as “The Greatest Generation.” Having experienced... More > neither, I have no idea which is more daunting—establishing a beachhead against superbly trained, well-fortified enemy forces prepared to die for their emperor or facing alone in dawn’s early light an unbroken field of prairie in the panhandle of Oklahoma, armed with nothing but a one-foot sod plow and a team of horses. As one who has reaped the spoils of other’s tireless efforts, I think it is reasonable to assume that each generation is inexorably linked to the preceding one. Thus, I submit that pioneers such as my Grandpa through their actions, not words, sowed the seeds of success that drove America to save the world a generation later. -R. Mack Carlisle< Less
SHE By Harikumar M.K.
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Not turning into the blue petals of the jungle lilly her eyes abandoned a poet she had the least trust in the eyes of the blue lilly she never gazed on the eyes when the deers sped past her She... More > didn’t have a veil on her face nor a wedding thilak on her forehead nor thali, bangles nor a chain around her neck She is neither the bloom of dawn nor verses nor metaphor, nor love nor passion She is hunger She is black She is a vampire She is a ghostly tree of the dark night She is neither a black beetle nor a voluptuous eagle juggling with mountains nor an alluring lake quenching swans She is eluding from peripheral delights Choir singers are rushing to drag her into churches and scriptures But naked, lonely and without anklets she walked away into the dense forests< Less
SHE By Harikumar M.K.
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Not turning into the blue petals of the jungle lilly her eyes abandoned a poet she had the least trust in the eyes of the blue lilly she never gazed on the eyes when the deers sped past her She... More > didn’t have a veil on her face nor a wedding thilak on her forehead nor thali, bangles nor a chain around her neck She is neither the bloom of dawn nor verses nor metaphor, nor love nor passion She is hunger She is black She is a vampire She is a ghostly tree of the dark night She is neither a black beetle nor a voluptuous eagle juggling with mountains nor an alluring lake quenching swans She is eluding from peripheral delights Choir singers are rushing to drag her into churches and scriptures But naked, lonely and without anklets she walked away into the dense forests< Less
SHE By Harikumar M.K.
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Not turning into the blue petals of the jungle lilly her eyes abandoned a poet she had the least trust in the eyes of the blue lilly she never gazed on the eyes when the deers sped past her She... More > didn’t have a veil on her face nor a wedding thilak on her forehead nor thali, bangles nor a chain around her neck She is neither the bloom of dawn nor verses nor metaphor, nor love nor passion She is hunger She is black She is a vampire She is a ghostly tree of the dark night She is neither a black beetle nor a voluptuous eagle juggling with mountains nor an alluring lake quenching swans She is eluding from peripheral delights Choir singers are rushing to drag her into churches and scriptures But naked, lonely and without anklets she walked away into the dense forests< Less
Malunkyaputta By Cornel Adam (Lengyel)
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“Be a lamp unto yourself,” Buddha told Malunkyaputta, dismissing him. “Go your own way. You are excused.” The apprentice gurus pelted Malunkyaputta. They flung rotten-ripe... More > figs into the quibbler's face. They tossed banana peels on his head. They threw cow dung on his white dhoti. They chased him from the deer park. Then they danced back to their master in the shade of the bodhi tree to resume their study of the right way to Enlightenment. Malunkyaputta shook the cow dung from his tunic. He wiped the dirt from his head and face. Fixing his eyes on the invisible stars, he silently affirmed his secret aspirations. “I will find new wisdom,” he told himself, “fresh as the world's first dawn, sharp as a thorn, true and enduring as the stars. I will discover new beauty to match the spring. I will invent a new poem, sweet as wild honey, strong as a lion's heart. And I will win the world's esteem…” So Malunkyaputta embarked on his quest for edification.< Less
Malunkyaputta By Cornel Adam (Lengyel)
eBook (ePub): $8.00
“Be a lamp unto yourself,” Buddha told Malunkyaputta, dismissing him. “Go your own way. You are excused.” The apprentice gurus pelted Malunkyaputta. They flung rotten-ripe... More > figs into the quibbler's face. They tossed banana peels on his head. They threw cow dung on his white dhoti. They chased him from the deer park. Then they danced back to their master in the shade of the bodhi tree to resume their study of the right way to Enlightenment. Malunkyaputta shook the cow dung from his tunic. He wiped the dirt from his head and face. Fixing his eyes on the invisible stars, he silently affirmed his secret aspirations. “I will find new wisdom,” he told himself, “fresh as the world's first dawn, sharp as a thorn, true and enduring as the stars. I will discover new beauty to match the spring. I will invent a new poem, sweet as wild honey, strong as a lion's heart. And I will win the world's esteem…” So Malunkyaputta embarked on his quest for edification.< Less
Malunkyaputta By Cornel Adam (Lengyel)
Hardcover: $16.00
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“Be a lamp unto yourself,” Buddha told Malunkyaputta, dismissing him. “Go your own way. You are excused.” The apprentice gurus pelted Malunkyaputta. They flung rotten-ripe... More > figs into the quibbler's face. They tossed banana peels on his head. They threw cow dung on his white dhoti. They chased him from the deer park. Then they danced back to their master in the shade of the bodhi tree to resume their study of the right way to Enlightenment. Malunkyaputta shook the cow dung from his tunic. He wiped the dirt from his head and face. Fixing his eyes on the invisible stars, he silently affirmed his secret aspirations. “I will find new wisdom,” he told himself, “fresh as the world's first dawn, sharp as a thorn, true and enduring as the stars. I will discover new beauty to match the spring. I will invent a new poem, sweet as wild honey, strong as a lion's heart. And I will win the world's esteem…” So Malunkyaputta embarked on his quest for edification.< Less

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