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Quest Digest 2006 By Quest
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An annual publication of Quest - UK based group for lesbian, gay and bisexual Catholics. Contents: Kevin Kelly, Our Place as Equals. Tina Beattie, Collaboration or Collusion? Richard Finn, O.P.,... More > Authority. Timothy Potts, ‘Not Easy but Full of Meaning’.< Less
Internal Ascension: A Poetry Collection/Poetic Story By Quest Notion
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"Never question whether destiny given is truth or fiction... it's only self-inflicted crucifixion to your existence." -Quest Notion
Kiski the Cat By By Ayla Quest
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On the first day of school, Kiski the Cat is excited new friend Rose is in his class. But after playing a game called Winners, he learns his best friend Salami feels left out. Kiski deals with his... More > friend’s hurt in the best way possible, but things go more downhill when he comes home to a bawling sister and beautiful enemy. Will anything go right today?< Less
Neuro Linguistic Programming: February 2007 By Vision Quest
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Amber - A True Story of a Courageous Young Girl By Quest Academy
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Amber is a children's book created by five middle school girls about the true story of a little girl's battle with cancer.
Amber - A True Story of a Courageous Young Girl By Quest Academy
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Amber is a children's book created by five middle school girls about the true story of a little girl's battle with cancer.
THE QUEST By Violet Branford
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An illustrated edition of a poem The Quest of a knight Christopher by the English poetess Violet Branford.
The Quest By Jon Neubeck
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An extraordinary pair of cats make their debut in this completely new book The Quest. Maya is a hyper, fun loving cat that loves to play with her soccer balls and Teddy a melo cat who loves to... More > sleep! In this wonderful story maya is out on a quest to find her misplaced soccer ball. Little does she know teddy has played a little trick on her and has hidden her ball in his tugboat! Young listeners will be captivated in teddy’s playful antics against his buddy maya, and maya’s tenacious behavior on not giving up to find her misplaced soccer ball. This simple story features to loveable characters illustrated by Jon Neubeck, based off of his 2 adorable cats that inspired this story.< Less
QUEST By G. E. Waldo
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QUEST - a fantasy novel By G.E Waldo A new story of adventure and fantasy. Come read about the places you dreamed of when you were a child. Quest is the story of Noane, a sixteen year old girl who... More > is forced to seek a new life beyond the farm. Arruzis is a cat-like creature whose people, the Kullgarin, were slaughtered in a long ago land war. When Noane saves Arruzis' life, it sparks a friendship that grows deeper as the days pass. Together they meet up with Thane, Nehe-my'an the Swift, Winsome the Hunter Crane and Usalgig, the little man of prophecy. Noane and the others must risk their lives and travel continent and sea to secure justice, and to find peace at last. Quest - a story of five beings who risk everything for hope and a place to call home. Come read about Quest at its home page: questbooks.webs.com< Less
Quest By G. E. Waldo
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Quest is the story of Noane, a sixteen year old girl who is forced to seek a new life beyond the farm. Arruzis is a cat-like creature whose people, the Kullgarin, were slaughtered in a long ago land... More > war. When Noane saves Arruzis' life, it sparks a friendship that grows deeper as the days pass. Together they meet up with Thane, Nehe-my'an the Swift, Winsome the Hunter Crane and Usalgig, the little man of prophecy. Canada is my home. The vastness and diversity of this land is, I hope, well reflected in Quest. Much of what is Canada (in land and people) fired my imagination for Quest. My hope is that Quest takes you back to a time when you were ten or twelve, and left your house and ordinary things, wandered off to sit under the orchard trees or escaped to the play-house or to the park and, in your quiet corner away from the everyday world, lost yourself in a story of wonder; an adventure story you might often have imagined as you played childhood games.< Less