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Pulling Through By Eileen Marie
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This is Eileen Marie's personal story which begins in the late 1930's, when she was a toddler. When Eileen was three, her mother died and she was placed in an orphanage along with her eight... More > siblings; then torn away to be placed in a series of foster homes. This is her story of perseverance and strength through physical, psychological and sexual abuse, and the heartache of being separated from family. It's a touching journey through hardship and pain, into self reliance, forgiveness and love.< Less
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This is Eileen Marie's personal story which begins in the late 1930's, when she was a toddler. When Eileen was three, her mother died and she was placed in an orphanage along with her eight... More > siblings; then torn away to be placed in a series of foster homes. This is her story of perseverance and strength through physical, psychological and sexual abuse, and the heartache of being separated from family. It's a touching journey through hardship and pain, into self reliance, forgiveness and love.< Less
Mary Williger Family Club & Family History By Michael Potter, George Potter, Eileen Potter
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A history of the Mary Williger Family Club -Southern California -Chicago History of the Williger Family from Kisvarda, Hungary and their Immigration to the United States
Mary Williger Family Club & Family History By Michael Potter, George Potter, Eileen Potter
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A history of the Mary Williger Family Club -Southern California -Chicago History of the Williger Family from Kisvarda, Hungary and their Immigration to the United States
She Hath Done What She Could By Eileen Hamilton
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This is my tribute to my praying mother. Because my early childhood was during the "Great Depression," I truly believe the lessons learned from Mary Lennon may be an inspiration to many.
Moo the Monster By David Wright
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Molly White, daughter of London dockworker Sam and Eileen, gets a nice present for her sixth birthday, The Second World war. Molly is sent to a farm owned by Joe and Mary Elkins. Joe suffered... More > terribly in the First World War, and came home to Mary declaring that he did not want to bring children into a world where such things could happen. Molly’s father was always telling her stories of fearsome horned monsters and handsome princes in faraway lands. Molly is terrified to find that one such monster, a beast the like of which she had never seen before, is living on the very farm she is staying at; it is Joe’s old cow. At first she is wary of the monster, but soon befriends her, sharing all of her hopes and fears with her. She has called the cow Moo, as whatever question she asks the answer is always the same, Moo…..< Less
Moo the Monster By David Wright
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Molly White, daughter of London dockworker Sam and Eileen, gets a nice present for her sixth birthday, The Second World war. Molly is sent to a farm owned by Joe and Mary Elkins. Joe suffered... More > terribly in the First World War, and came home to Mary declaring that he did not want to bring children into a world where such things could happen. Molly’s father was always telling her stories of fearsome horned monsters and handsome princes in faraway lands. Molly is terrified to find that one such monster, a beast the like of which she had never seen before, is living on the very farm she is staying at; it is Joe’s old cow. At first she is wary of the monster, but soon befriends her, sharing all of her hopes and fears with her. She has called the cow Moo, as whatever question she asks the answer is always the same, Moo…..< Less
ACROSS THE LONG BRIDGE: An Anthology of Award-Winning Poetry By John Howard Reid
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This beautifully bound HARDCOVER version of ACROSS THE LONG BRIDGE features no less than 134 award-winning poems from the 2nd Margaret Reid Prize for Traditional Verse and the 3rd Tom Howard Poetry... More > Contest for Verse in All Styles and Genres. Poets represented include Osmond Benoliel, Daniel E. Speers, Marie Delgado Travis, Raymond Southall, Jacqueline Cooke, Lynn Sadler, Michael Swan, Ned Condini, Katherine Edgren, Joyce Meyers, Ian A. Hawkins, Shulamit Bat-Or, Graeme King, John Flanagan, Laurie B. Moore, Becky Sakellariou, Sue Chenette, Tara Lee Lavelle, Eileen Favorite, Marie-Suzanne Niedzielska, Mark Stuart Woodcock, Tom Berman, Karin Hoffecker, Harold Fleming, Debbie Camelin, Joseph A. Soldati, and Cheryl Loetscher. Judges John Howard Reid and Dee C. Konrad are also represented.< Less
ACROSS THE LONG BRIDGE: An Anthology of Award-Winning Poetry By John Howard Reid
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This beautifully bound HARDCOVER version of ACROSS THE LONG BRIDGE features no less than 134 award-winning poems from the 2nd Margaret Reid Prize for Traditional Verse and the 3rd Tom Howard Poetry... More > Contest for Verse in All Styles and Genres. Poets represented include Osmond Benoliel, Daniel E. Speers, Marie Delgado Travis, Raymond Southall, Jacqueline Cooke, Lynn Sadler, Michael Swan, Ned Condini, Katherine Edgren, Joyce Meyers, Ian A. Hawkins, Shulamit Bat-Or, Graeme King, John Flanagan, Laurie B. Moore, Becky Sakellariou, Sue Chenette, Tara Lee Lavelle, Eileen Favorite, Marie-Suzanne Niedzielska, Mark Stuart Woodcock, Tom Berman, Karin Hoffecker, Harold Fleming, Debbie Camelin, Joseph A. Soldati, and Cheryl Loetscher. Judges John Howard Reid and Dee C. Konrad are also represented.< Less
ACROSS THE LONG BRIDGE: An Anthology of Award-Winning Poetry By John H. Reid
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The TRADE PAPERBACK version of this Anthology features no less than 132 award-winning poems from the 2nd Margaret Reid Prize and the 3rd Tom Howard Poetry Contest. Poets represented include Osmond... More > Benoliel, Daniel E. Speers, Marie Delgado Travis, Raymond Southall, Jacqueline Cooke, Lynn Sadler, Michael Swan, Ned Condini, Katherine Edgren, Joyce Meyers, Ian A. Hawkins, Shulamit Bat-Or, Graeme King, John Flanagan, Laurie B. Moore, Becky Sakellariou, Sue Chenette, Tara Lee Lavelle, Eileen Favorite, Marie-Suzanne Niedzielska, Mark Stuart Woodcock, Tom Berman, Karin Hoffecker, Harold Fleming, Debbie Camelin, Joseph A. Soldati, and Cheryl Loetscher. Judges John H. Reid and Dee C. Konrad are also represented.< Less