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Alice: A Child of the twenties By Alice Mary Martin
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What's it all about...? Alfy By Mary Alice Pollard
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A collection of prose by various authors from around the world in memory of Alfy Pollard A top book says doggies Madi, Jeffrey & Bonnie! Don't let YOUR human parent lose out, grab a copy today... More > !!!!!< Less
The Girl Who Lived on the Moon By Mary Alice Peaty
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"The Girl Who Lived on the Moon" is the first book in the children's series themed around two young girls - one from earth, Emily, and one from the moon, Beam who meet, become friends, and... More > share adventures throughout the universe with each other. The first book features both girls focusing on Beam. The original premise for the first book was told to Mary Alice by her father as a bedtime story. These are sweet, old fashioned stories that encourage children's imagination, caring about others, and curiosity about the world and how it works! The website, www.beamandemily.com, supports the books and the three tenants Mary Alice has always believed in Read - Learn - Play. This is a wonderful book to read to your child as well as to let them read to you! Mary Alice’s extensive travel throughout our world, as well as that of some of her readers, will be featured in the future adventures of Beam & Emily. Enjoy!< Less
The Girl Who Lived on the Moon By Mary Alice Peaty
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"The Girl Who Lived on the Moon" is the first book in the children's series themed around two young girls - one from earth, Emily, and one from the moon, Beam who meet, become friends, and... More > share adventures throughout the universe with each other. The first book features both girls focusing on Beam. The original premise for the first book was told to Mary Alice by her father as a bedtime story. These are sweet, old fashioned stories that encourage children's imagination, caring about others, and curiosity about the world and how it works! The website, www.beamandemily.com, supports the books and the three tenants Mary Alice has always believed in Read - Learn - Play. This is a wonderful book to read to your child as well as to let them read to you! Mary Alice’s extensive travel throughout our world, as well as that of some of her readers, will be featured in the future adventures of Beam & Emily. Enjoy!< Less
The GI's Daughter By Mary Alice Pollard
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Blondell Lilley's Memoirs Put together in her memory, for her family and friends
The GI's Daughter By Mary Alice Pollard
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A personal dedication to the life of a remarkable lady, friend and cousin. Blondell Lilley
DDNA 2009 Conference Manual By Mary Alice Willis
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The complete 2009 conference manual from the 17th Annual Education Conference of the Developmental Disabilities Nurses Association. Includes course descriptions, handouts, and slides provided by... More > speakers. The conference took place in Orlando, Florida from May 9th - 12th. The May 9th PreConference focused on Health and Wellness for persons with I/DD.< Less
Aspirational Standards of Developmental Disabilities Nursing Practice By Mary Alice Willis
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The Aspirational Standards of Practice for Developmental Disabilities Nursing. Updated for 2008.
Two Monologues By Mary Alice Mark
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Two monologues. Production rights are available through productionscripts.com.
Conversations with a Cadaver By Mary Alice Castelli
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The road to salvation can be a bumpy one. When the down-and-out woman laying on the gurney took her own life, she had given up any hope of entering through the pearly gates. There had only been one... More > bright spot in her otherwise wasted existence and she envisioned only more heartache ahead. Before she swallowed a handful of pills, she left a handwritten note donating her remains to medical science. In the process, she became the centerpiece of a first year medical anatomy class that would slice, dice, and explore the workings of her body. She was labeled “Cadaver C475,” but the students dubbed her “Mrs. Beasley.” Little did she know these up-and-coming doctors would become her confidantes, and that through thought transference, they would share “conversations” that would reveal surprising secrets and powerful truths. Could these conversations – and the lessons they all learn from them – provide the key to Mrs. Beasley’s ultimate deliverance?< Less