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Childhood Memories...surviving World War II By Karin Bartsch
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This book tells a personal story of a child driven away from his homeland under life-threatening circumstances. Having to endure unbearable cold, thirst, hunger, pains, being tired, soooo tired....
No Test No Testimony, Victory over childhood trials and tribulations By Ashley McGee
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No Test, No Testimony is a recommended read for all young teenage girls and boys. Ashley’s story will encourage the next generation to face their fears and overcome them with the Word of God.... More > No Test, No Testimony shows how faith in God lays the foundation for the house God wants us to build for our families. No Test, No Testimony is truly an inspiring story on the grace, mercy and favor of God in Ashley McGee’s life.< Less
Yahushua Christ: Infancy Childhood And Lost Years By Zen Garcia
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The most important aspect and the reason why I decided to compile this book of infancy Gospels and early childhood narratives about the life of the Virgin Mary and Yahushua Christ, our King and Lord;... More > was to provide the audience interested in learning more about who our Savior Messiah is and how He was brought up in this world. As believers in Christ as part of the holy Trinity which manifest all things, one would think that His followers would be interested in learning as much as they could about Him. And yet for the most part the stories of his infancy, childhood, and early years are excluded from the canonical materials. How He was raised, how He came up, what influenced His life, and how He prophetically fulfilled the many scriptural passages which foreshadowed His first and soon coming second advent.< Less
Surviving Plaid and Other Serious Perils of Childhood By Liza Merckx
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“Surviving Plaid and Other Serious Perils of Childhood” is a story about a nine year old girl, named Ellie, who lives with a deep conviction that she will be called upon someday to do... More > something truly great in the form of a heroic act. Her motives are not totally altruistic as she finds she can’t help but fantasize about appearances on the late night circuit and morning news when her act of heroism becomes public knowledge. She convinces her closest friend Maribel to “train” with her in preparation for the unknown but expected event. The story of “Surviving Plaid…” includes many instances of family squabbles – from her older sister (and roommate) Harriet’s resentment of her, to her brother Rusty’s dysfunctional and sometimes sadistic actions towards not only her, but everyone and everything around him. “Surviving Plaid…” has a large mixture of humor with a little bit of angst and dark reality mixed in. It also sends a strong message about selflessness and how it can be adopted by anyone at any age.< Less
Yahushua Christ: Infancy Childhood And Lost Years By Zen Garcia
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The most important aspect and the reason why I decided to compile this book of infancy Gospels and early childhood narratives about the life of the Virgin Mary and Yahushua Christ, our King and Lord;... More > was to provide the audience interested in learning more about who our Savior Messiah is and how He was brought up in this world. As believers in Christ as part of the holy Trinity which manifest all things, one would think that His followers would be interested in learning as much as they could about Him. And yet for the most part the stories of his infancy, childhood, and early years are excluded from the canonical materials. How He was raised, how He came up, what influenced His life, and how He prophetically fulfilled the many scriptural passages which foreshadowed His first and soon coming second advent.< Less
The Rùnesàrc: Book I: The Path from Childhood Dreams By Phil Say
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Ronas is a knight in waiting but with manhood approaching, he is plagued by a dream. This is no ordinary dream and the black knights pursuing him are not ordinary knights. Who are they and what are... More > they searching for? Princess Odora is fighting for her life as the massed armies of the Lord of Fear have taken her father’s kingdom. Will she succeed in escaping and where can she run to? Odora and Ronas must join forces in order to save the realm from the terrible evil engulfing it. Will they find each other? Can Ronas prove himself with a sword and what is the mysterious Rùnesàrc? In Part 1: Spring, Odora is on the run and Ronas comes of age, the story will continue in Part 2 Summer……< Less
Shadrach, Buckeyes and Other Tales of a Virginia Childhood By Frances Tate & Thomas Tate
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Frances Tate’s Shadrach, Buckeyes, and Other Tales of a Virginia Childhood is a delightful collection of personal memories, anecdotes, family traditions, and more, in the words of Frances... More > herself, telling of her youth on a southwestern Virginia farm during the Depression. From bringing Shadrach the dog to church, to the “devil baby,” the mishaps of Miss Pearl to the legend of the sycamore – these spirited stories resonate with pleasing wit and imagery. Last, but surely not least, this book contains a variety of traditional and family recipes from the era, food being the “currency of friendship and hospitality” in those days. “…it might seem odd to say the arrival of another mouth to feed, even a dog’s, was opportune but it ‘twas true since there was no entertainment other than that which we made for ourselves.” – p. 9 Sample Recipes: Mary Shufflebarger’s Turkey Dressing, p. 55 Virginia’s Divinity Candy, p. 69 Corn Meal Griddle Cakes from 1890, p. 85< Less
Shadrach, Buckeyes and Other Tales of a Virginia Childhood By Frances Tate & Thomas Tate
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Frances Tate’s Shadrach, Buckeyes, and Other Tales of a Virginia Childhood is a delightful collection of personal memories, anecdotes, family traditions, and more, in the words of Frances... More > herself, telling of her youth on a southwestern Virginia farm during the Depression. From bringing Shadrach the dog to church, to the “devil baby,” the mishaps of Miss Pearl to the legend of the sycamore – these spirited stories resonate with pleasing wit and imagery. Last, but surely not least, this book contains a variety of traditional and family recipes from the era, food being the “currency of friendship and hospitality” in those days. “…it might seem odd to say the arrival of another mouth to feed, even a dog’s, was opportune but it ‘twas true since there was no entertainment other than that which we made for ourselves.” – p. 9 Sample Recipes: Mary Shufflebarger’s Turkey Dressing, p. 55 Virginia’s Divinity Candy, p. 69 Corn Meal Griddle Cakes from 1890, p. 85< Less
Conversations With My Childhood Self - A Japanese Girl’s Life By Daniel Hanrahan & Teruyo Hanrahan
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Would you like to go back and talk to your childhood self? True stories of a Japanese girl from a poor family in the ‘70s, with fictional talks between the girl and her adult self. Using her... More > experience and spiritual beliefs, the adult is able to console her childhood self during painful times, and the healing of the child then reaches into the future to also heal the adult. **Excerpt** “Say you had two lives to choose from. One is where people make you feel bad, and to feel good you have to 'fix' them. And 'fixing' them means a discussion or an argument to convince, coerce, or cause them to change. But people will often do the same thing again, so you'll have to fix them repeatedly. This goes on for 80 years.” “Sounds like hell.” “The other life is where people make you feel bad, but you only have to 'fix' one person who is infinitely cooperative, will agree with everything you say, is willing to do whatever you decide, and will always like you, no matter what.” “Sounds like heaven.” ***< Less
East Coast to the Far East and Back Again: The Memoirs of Walter Cronin By Stories Inherited
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My life has been an exciting one. My early childhood took place during the Great Depression which was followed by the era of World War 2. The post war era gave me the opportunity to complete my high... More > school and college education (I was a high school dropout). It was also during this period that I served in the Army with assignments in the Philippines, Japan and Korea during the Korean War. The final period in my memoirs was devoted to my wife, Anne, and raising my two daughters while pursuing my career with IBM for 36 years. The final sequel to this book is yet to be written. It will start with our move to Bel Air, Maryland in 1994 until only God knows when it will end. After Anne’s death I moved to Germantown. I now live at the Armed Forces Retirement Home in Washington, DC.< Less

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