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Always a Farm Boy By David Pullen
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David Pullen has worked with farm animals since an early age. He has always loved his job. After graduating in Animal Science he worked as a Field Trials Officer for a large pharmaceutical company... More > and learnt a great deal more about live stock health problems. He moved to western Canada in 1976 with his daughter Fiona and married his wife Ann in 1977, where he farmed for another 37 years. Ann is an E.S.L. teacher and Fiona works for a printing company. They are both very supportive of his writing. This book encompasses a life time of David’s memoirs, pictures and poems, both charming and funny, of his life in the UK and Canada. David lives in Mission, BC Canada.< Less
Always a Farm Boy By David Pullen
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David Pullen has worked with farm animals since an early age. He has always loved his job. After graduating in Animal Science he worked as a Field Trials Officer for a large pharmaceutical company... More > and learnt a great deal more about live stock health problems. He moved to western Canada in 1976 with his daughter Fiona and married his wife Ann in 1977, where he farmed for another 37 years. Ann is an E.S.L. teacher and Fiona works for a printing company. They are both very supportive of his writing. This book encompasses a life time of David’s memoirs, pictures and poems, both charming and funny, of his life in the UK and Canada. David lives in Mission, BC Canada.< Less
17 to Life: A Black Boy Memoir (On Becoming a Human... Being in America) By oronde ash
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In this candid and spirited memoir, oronde ash offers memories from age 9-17, his search for meaning in America despite bitterness, self-hate and disconnection many young boys suffer through in... More > silent fury, and so few have expressed with open emotion, introspection and hope. Part coming-of-age tome, part immigrant assimilation story, part quest for meaning beyond the American dream, each chapter begs us, no matter our color, age or creed, to question our intentions, value our relationships, stock up on human goodness, be moved by love’s willing embrace and continually move to not merely change our lives, but to transform our world. Reviewer Diepiriye Kuku of www.litgriot.com writes, “Conceivably, it is these experiences of new Americans that teach us old ones the most about where we stand despite, and in spite of the grand values espoused in our rhetoric.”< Less
17 to Life: A Black Boy Memoir (On Becoming a Human... Being in America) By oronde ash
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In this candid and spirited memoir, oronde ash offers memories from age 9-17, his search for meaning in America despite bitterness, self-hate and disconnection many young boys suffer through in... More > silent fury, and so few have expressed with open emotion, introspection and hope. Part coming-of-age tome, part immigrant assimilation story, part quest for meaning beyond the American dream, each chapter begs us, no matter our color, age or creed, to question our intentions, value our relationships, stock up on human goodness, be moved by love’s willing embrace and continually move to not merely change our lives, but to transform our world. Reviewer Diepiriye Kuku of www.litgriot.com writes, “Conceivably, it is these experiences of new Americans that teach us old ones the most about where we stand despite, and in spite of the grand values espoused in our rhetoric.”< Less
The Most Colorful Christmas Ever By Marjorie Hitt
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Christmas is coming. There are presents to make. But where is Santa Claus? What happens when Santa Claus has to go to the hospital, leaving Mrs. Claus in charge? The head elves fight, the reindeer... More > walk off the job, and no one will work unless their demands are met. Will Mrs. Claus be able to handle the situation or will good boys and girls all over the world find empty stockings by the fireplace? *** A Christmas story of imagination, creativity and fun. –Reviewer Carolyn R Scheidies< Less
The Most Colorful Christmas Ever By Marjorie Hitt
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Christmas is coming. There are presents to make. But where is Santa Claus? What happens when Santa Claus has to go to the hospital, leaving Mrs. Claus in charge? The head elves fight, the reindeer... More > walk off the job, and no one will work unless their demands are met. Will Mrs. Claus be able to handle the situation or will good boys and girls all over the world find empty stockings by the fireplace? *** A Christmas story of imagination, creativity and fun. –Reviewer Carolyn R Scheidies< Less
The Secret of Mill Creek Raceway By Becky Coelho
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Adam had 2 dreams. One was to win the IMCA championship. The other was of a woman that haunted him. He was doing great on the IMCA circuit in the Midwest winning races at Burlington, Quincy, and... More > the Quad Cities. One night after working on his car, he saw a woman on turn four of the track at Mill Creek. Was she real or just another dream? Adam couldn’t make her out very well so he walked toward her. She had long blond hair that was blowing behind her. “Adam,” Vic yelled from the garage. “Adam, you out here?” Adam turned around when Vic called. He turned back to take another look at the woman but she was gone. “Maybe I’m just tired,” Adam said as he started back to Vic. “I’m here.” He called out to the boy. They told him she was a warning and he shouldn’t race there. He didn’t believe in ghosts. Find out if Adam wins the IMCA championship or if he finds his true love in the beautiful blond. Or if the secret of Mill Creek Raceway will stand in his way.< Less
Traders of the New Era: Interviews With a Select Group of Day and Swing Traders Who Are Still Beating the Markets In the Era of High Frequency Trading and Flash Crashes By Fernando Oliveira
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Most traders fail, especially since the rise of High Frequency Trading and computerized markets. What are the main characteristics of the traders that do succeed? That and other questions are... More > answered by Fernando Oliveira in this book with in-depth interviews with traders and market experts. If you’re tired of the outdated day and swing trading literature that’s available in bookstores and are looking for something more in touch with the current market structure, then this book will please you with a wealth of up-to-date advice, tips, strategies, and techniques.< Less
Poor, Black, And Rich:A picture of growing up black. By Rodger Summers
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The book shares the memoirs of an African-American man from youth to adulthood and experiences that shape his character to that of a successful leader. The oftime funny, sometimes emotional events... More > may cause the reader to take stock of their own life experiences for the valuable triumphs they were and are.< Less
I Love Baseball By John Jenkins, Mark Weaver
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Reconciliation Press is proud to present "I Love Base Ball", a classic story of friendship and courage set against the backdrop of America’s national pastime. It’s the summer... More > of 1869 in the bustling riverfront city of Cincinnati, Ohio. Steamboats churn the Ohio River as the Nation’s ever-expanding economy thrives in the wake of the Civil War. Two 16-year-olds, Charlie Martin and his best friend Luther Robinson, love “base ball” and follow the exploits of America’s first professional base ball team — the undefeated Cincinnati Red Stockings and their 51-game winning streak. When an untimely death and a ruthless shipping magnate end Charlie and Luther’s dream for a Greater Cincinnati Youth Club ball field and grandstand, the boys suspect foul play. Charlie and Luther dig in their heels and square off against one of Cincinnati's most powerful men, risking their honor, friendships and freedom to right a grievous wrong. So “Batter up!” and let the game begin!< Less