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REED
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The Connick Reed Anthology By Connick Reed
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The Connick Reed Anthology By Connick Reed
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The Photography of Bryon Reed By Bryon Reed
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The Photography of Bryon L Reed, from various locations including Osgood, Island Park, and Nicholia, Idaho; St George, Utah; and Alaska. Also included is the poetry of Charles Smith Reed (1910-2004)... More > which complements each picture. The photographer and his grandfather, the poet, share a love of God, the land, and family, which is expressed in this collection.< Less
The Myrtle Reed Cook Book By Myrtle Reed
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THE PHILOSOPHY OF BREAKFAST "The breakfast habit is of antique origin. Presumably the primeval man arose from troubled dreams, in the first gray light of dawn, and set forth upon devious forest... More > trails, seeking that which he might devour, while the primeval woman still slumbered in her cave. Nowadays, it is the lady herself who rises while the day is yet young, slips into a kimono, and patters out into the kitchen to light the gas flame under the breakfast food." "In this matter of breaking the fast, each house is law unto itself. There are some who demand a dinner at seven or eight in the morning, and others who consider breakfast utterly useless. The Englishman, who is still mighty on the face of the earth, eats a breakfast which would seriously tax the digestive apparatus of an ostrich or a goat, and goes on his way rejoicing."< Less
The Myrtle Reed Cook Book By Myrtle Reed
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"The breakfast habit is of antique origin. Presumably the primeval man arose from troubled dreams, in the first gray light of dawn, and set forth upon devious forest trails, seeking that which... More > he might devour, while the primeval woman still slumbered in her cave. Nowadays, it is the lady herself who rises while the day is yet young, slips into a kimono, and patters out into the kitchen to light the gas flame under the breakfast food. In this matter of breaking the fast, each house is law unto itself. There are some who demand a dinner at seven or eight in the morning, and others who consider breakfast utterly useless. The Englishman, who is still mighty on the face of the earth, eats a breakfast which would seriously tax the digestive apparatus of an ostrich or a goat, and goes on his way rejoicing."< Less
Jeff Reed Volume 1 By Jeff Reed
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This handsome hardback legacy volume contains the collected poems, songs, and other writings of Jeff Reed through the first 50 years of his life. Many of the poems are annotated with biographical... More > details. All of his published works to date are included in this volume.< Less
Josh Reed By Bill Cawley
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A collection of stories and photographs about the life of Josh Reed.
Josh Reed By Bill Cawley
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A collection of stories and photographs about the life of Josh Reed.
The Bruised Reed By Richard Sibbes
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Richard Sibbes was known in London in the early 17th century as "the Heavenly Doctor Sibbes" The Bruised Reed and Smoking Flax; is a masterful exposition of Matthew 12:20. In this the... More > author explains what the reed refers to, then he explains what is to be "a bruised reed." There is no better introduction to the Puritans than the writings of Richard Sibbes, who is, in many ways, a typical Puritan. 'Sibbes never wastes the student's time,' he scatters pearls and diamonds with both hands. C. H. Spurgeon< Less

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