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I Was Born To Love You By Morgan Manley
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I Was Born To Love You by Morgan Manley is a true life story of one woman's ability to overcome harsh adversity and impossible circumstances. I Was Born to Love You is not a book to be read and... More > digested as other literary works, it is a guide or handbook referencing how to deal with the harshest adversity. A simple story is never that at all, many levels of implication and inference can be drawn upon through reading. I Was Born to Love You is impactful, stirring, infuriating and victorious all at the same time. A good read? Much more than that to be sure! What's more, it shares with the reader step-by-step process to oversome harsh adversities and move to a successful life< Less
On The Day I Was Born By Teri Schuch
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A keepsake book for young and old alike to reminisce about the blessed day of birth. Celebrate your birthday, your child's birthday, or the birth of a loved one!
Born To Wander Volume I By Ben Sharman
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Born in 1926, Ben Sharman grew up without a father in a working class family in the village of Burgh St. Peter, England. Despite having only an Elementary School education and going to work full time... More > as a farm laborer at the age of fourteen, he went on to have a lengthy international career that included stints as an R.A.F. Radio Operator, Labor Representative, Peace Corp Volunteer, High School and Graduate School Teacher, Agricultural Co-Operative Innovator, U.N. Agency Official and many other roles. This, his first volume of a planned two volume memoir, is remarkable for its easy reading, front row seat to English, American and the rest of the World history during WWII and the early Cold War. With humor and matter of fact charm, Ben relays his dramatic good fortune spanning many life events.< Less
I Was Born In Gaza By Mohammed Moussa
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I Was Born In Gaza is a flowing poetry book. It expresses the anguish of living in an occupied country, fears of wars, and the spectacular devotion for women.
On The Day I Was Born By Teri Schuch
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A young child delights in hearing the story of the day of his birth. He asks what happened, what did I eat, where did I sleep? And Mom answers as they relive the joyful experience together.
I was born in Toongabbie By Lorraine Townsend
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In 1929 Reg Rae was born in Toongabbie, Sydney. Being small for his age he was nicknamed “Skeet” by his father. At 13 not academically inclined he leaves school to find work as a bread... More > carter and Blacksmith, confronting the challenges and conflicts of the job. He recalls the stories of his mum, dad, brothers and sisters through the depression and World War 2. At 16 stricken with Polio, he finds the courage in overcoming the debilitation effects of the disease and goes on to live a normal life. Then In 1952 after tragically losing both his wife and home, rising from the ashes he keeps going and starts again.< Less
I WAS BORN AGAIN By Kiazim Reshat RAGIBOGLU
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The poems reflect the life I have been through. My attitude and also my life philosophy; my love life; my faith; my doubts and the fear of death. Loneliness in a crowd and feeling angry for what I... More > have lost in life. Most important of all is how I interpreted my world through a paranoid frame of mind.< Less
I Was Born Dead: A Memoir By David Rehak
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In this highly personal and confessional semi-autobiographical memoir which reads more like a novel in the first person, Rehak tells us an engrossing and unique life history of being born overseas... More > under the oppressive veil of communism, then escaping and growing up free in democratic Canada, living briefly in the conservative southern United States, and then making his home in the liberal atmosphere of Europe as an adult. He recounts his whole life right from his baby delivery (which didn't go too well) to the present-day. Writing in the same casual way that he speaks, he especially likes to focus on all the weird, amusing, and humorous happenings of everyday life, and this book will tickle your tummy with laughter, especially if you don't mind humor of a more irreverent and daring kind. You will also be deeply moved, as the author tells you about the great love of his life, the girl from Prague who forever holds the key to his heart. Includes over 70 photos.< Less
I Was Born Dead: a memoir By David Rehak
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In this highly personal and confessional semi-autobiographical memoir which reads more like a novel in the first person, Rehak tells us an engrossing and unique life history of being born overseas... More > under the oppressive veil of communism, then escaping and growing up free in democratic Canada, living briefly in the conservative southern United States, and then making his home in the liberal atmosphere of Europe as an adult. He recounts his whole life right from his baby delivery (which didn’t go too well) to the present-day. Writing in the same casual way that he speaks, he especially likes to focus on all the weird, amusing, and humorous happenings of everyday life, and this book will tickle your tummy with laughter, especially if you don‘t mind humor of a more irreverent and daring kind. You will also be deeply moved, as the author tells you about the great love of his life, the girl from Prague who forever holds the key to his heart. Includes over 70 photos.< Less
I Was Born Dead: a memoir By David Rehak
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In this highly personal and confessional semi-autobiographical memoir which reads more like a novel in the first person, Rehak tells us an engrossing and unique life history of being born overseas... More > under the oppressive veil of communism, then escaping and growing up free in democratic Canada, living briefly in the conservative southern United States, and then making his home in the liberal atmosphere of Europe as an adult. He recounts his whole life right from his baby delivery (which didn’t go too well) to the present-day. Writing in the same casual way that he speaks, he especially likes to focus on all the weird, amusing, and humorous happenings of everyday life, and this book will tickle your tummy with laughter, especially if you don‘t mind humor of a more irreverent and daring kind. You will also be deeply moved, as the author tells you about the great love of his life, the girl from Prague who forever holds the key to his heart. Includes over 70 photos.< Less