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Loss By William Forde
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Bereavement, loss and separation are three of the most unsettling of emotions that one faces in their lifetime; none more so than when it involves the death of a family member and is experienced by a... More > child. The healthy negotiation of this process requires time, patience and understanding by all concerned, along with the healthy expression of the bereaved person's feelings. 'Nancy's Song' tells how musical Nancy and her mother cope with the news of her father's terminal illness. The author addresses the subject of bereavement in a sympathetic and realistic way while successfully encouraging the young reader to accept death as an inevitable stage of life itself. 'The Lost Kingdom' is about a Prince whose greedy parents plan that one day their son will become the wealthiest and most powerful monarch in the world. When the King and Queen die, so do their dream. The loss of his parents enables the Prince to find his path in life.< Less
Loss By Zoe Saveal
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Maggie, a seventeen year old girl, believes she is the reason her mentally disabled brother died. She shuts out the world and thinks no one is on her side. Then she gets friends and goes to church.... More > Just as she thinks her life is turning up, her parents decide to adopt a new little boy. How will her life be now that Toby, the new boy, is here?< Less
Loss By Ronald Franklin
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A horrendous tragedy in his family changed Toby Nelson’s life rather abruptly. Now, twelve years later, the boy has become a young man, chased through the galaxy by a mad scientist who is... More > desperately looking for something from Toby’s parents’ shrouded past — something valuable enough to kill for. Follow Toby Nelson and his alien friend Benji through this space adventure, on their journey to unravel a mystery that, maybe, should have better stayed secret.< Less
Loss By Ronald Franklin
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A horrendous tragedy in his family changed Toby Nelson’s life rather abruptly. Now, twelve years later, the boy has become a young man, chased through the galaxy by a mad scientist who is... More > desperately looking for something from Toby’s parents’ shrouded past — something valuable enough to kill for. Follow Toby Nelson and his alien friend Benji through this space adventure, on their journey to unravel a mystery that, maybe, should have better stayed secret.< Less
Jacob Looss of the Edinburgh: The Story of the Lose/Loss Family in America By Daniel Loss
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On October 2, 1753 Jacob Looß arrived in Philadelphia aboard the ship Edinburgh. Today his descendants live throughout the United States, with concentrations in central PA, northern... More > IL/southern WI, and Colorado. Common surnames include Lose, Loss, Loos, Loose, Leitzel, Bailey, Tittle, Hoover, Zerbe, Hackenburg, Kloepping, Doebler, and Baker< Less
Jacob Looss of the Edinburgh: The Story of the Lose/Loss Family in America By Daniel Loss
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On October 2, 1753 Jacob Looß arrived in Philadelphia aboard the ship Edinburgh. Today his descendants live throughout the United States, with concentrations in central PA, northern... More > IL/southern WI, and Colorado. Common surnames include Lose, Loss, Loos, Loose, Leitzel, Bailey, Tittle, Hoover, Zerbe, Hackenburg, Kloepping, Doebler, and Baker< Less
Josephine: A Collection of Memories from the Life of Josephine Crinklaw Mader By Jennifer Kittinger Loss
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Josephine Crinklaw Mader sang professionally in the Kansas City area from the 1920s into the 1960s, appearing most frequently as a soloist in Handel's Messiah. Her smooth soprano was heard over radio... More > and in concert halls to great acclaim. Her religious life shone through her singing and brought great joy and peace to all who listened. This book of memories and images will be enjoyed by all who were touched by the life of Josephine.< Less
Josephine: A Collection of Memories from the Life of Josephine Crinklaw Mader By Jennifer Kittinger Loss
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Josephine Crinklaw Mader sang professionally in the Kansas City area from the 1920s into the 1960s, appearing most frequently as a soloist in Handel's Messiah. Her smooth soprano was heard over radio... More > and in concert halls to great acclaim. Her religious life shone through her singing and brought great joy and peace to all who listened. This book of memories and images will be enjoyed by all who were touched by the life of Josephine.< Less
Unexpected Loss By Dr. Tom Morris
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Life is certain to have its loses. For some there are many loses. Life requires death as its conclusion. This is part of the human condition. Growth from death and other losses is only an option.... More > Growth is a goal that can only be achieved with effort. Many people are “torn down” by loss and grief and it sets them back. I have had family and friends that have never recovered from loss. Growing is a choice. Choose growth or choose life. The decision is only yours. The wise choice is growth. grievingteens.com grievingteenspublishing.com< Less
Loss and Gain By John Henry Newman
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Loss and gain is a philosophical novel depicting the culture of Oxford University. Charles Reding is a new student at Oxford University. Trying to find out where he belongs, he finds himself drawn to... More > Catholicism. This is a problem because Reding is a member of the Church of England. Eventually he decides to convert, much to the consternation and anger of his friends and family. The novel explains how Reding reaches the decision, by stating the Religious, Emotinal and Philosophical reasons why he must convert. It was Newmans first novel after 1845, when he abandoned the Church of England for Catholicism. Newman came under a lot of criticism at the time for this decision. Loss and Gain is a justification for Newman’s decision and an opening to a wider audience. Arguably the greatest influence on church doctrine and thinking during the 19th century, John Henry Newman was Beatified by Pope Benedict XVI on 19th September 2010.< Less