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Letters from the Dust Bowl by Caroline Henderson Book Summary:
In May 1936 Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace wrote to Caroline Henderson to praise her contributions to American "understanding of some of our farm problems." His comments reflected the national attention aroused by Henderson’s articles, which had been published in Atlantic Monthly since 1931. Even today, Henderson’s articles are frequently cited for her vivid descriptions of the dust storms that ravaged the Plains. Caroline Henderson was a Mount Holyoke graduate who moved to Oklahoma’s panhandle to homestead and teach in 1907. This collection of Henderson’s letters and articles published from 1908 to1966 presents an intimate portrait of a woman’s life in the Great Plains. Her writing mirrors her love of the land and the literature that sustained her as she struggled for survival. Alvin O. Turner has collected and edited Henderson’s published materials together with her private correspondence. Accompanying biographical sketch, chapter introductions, and annotations provide details on Henderson’s life and context for her frequent literary allusions and comments on contemporary issues.
NKJV, The NKJV Study Bible, eBook by Thomas Nelson Book Summary:
The NKJV Study Bible, Second Edition is the most comprehensive study Bible available! It has the most complete study system for pastors, teachers, or students who desire accurate study in God's Word. Using the trusted New King James Version, The NKJV Study Bible has "the mind of a scholar and the heart of a pastor." Thomas Nelson's skilled team of scholars has produced the study system to reach for when accurate study in God's Word is the goal. Features include: More than 15,000 verse-by-verse study notes 150 Bible times and culture notes 114 articles on key Bible doctrines 350 word studies with Strong's numbers "Christ in the Scriptures" feature Topical index Deluxe Nelson concordance Full-color maps Part of the Signature Series line of Thomas Nelson Bibles NKJV Study Bibles sold to date: More than 1.3 million The New King James Version® - More than 60 million copies sold
The Holy Family Bible, Containing the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament. and the Apocrypha at Large, with ... Notes, ... Illustrated with Copper Plates. By the Rev. Alexander Fortescu, ... by N.A Book Summary:
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The Heavenly Way by Michael Ross Stancato Book Summary:
A Bible subject concordance that lists scripture references into subjects and also provides the necessary word definitions used in the references. It is very time-saving and convenient to use by not having to search and locate each reference for each subject.
Shaking the Dust: Stepping from Darkness into Light by K. A. Merkel Book Summary:
God works in your life in a powerful way each day. Sometimes you are aware of His hand and sometimes you are not mindful of how He is acting on your behalf. Shaking the Dust: Stepping from Darkness into Light looks into the circumstances and environments that God continues to use in your life to teach and draw you closer to His side. When circumstances and life events shake you to your core, it is empowering to know that Jesus Christ will meet you in the dust of your shattered life. Through His mercy, grace, and love He will move you from darkness into His glorious light. You will learn to trust and seek Him moment by moment, and your life will be defined by Him, not by the influences of this world. Shaking the Dust: Stepping from Darkness into Light is a book that will be an ongoing tool in God’s hand to encourage a vibrant relationship with your Heavenly Father. It is deeply meaningful, makes scripture easier to understand, and reminds you of why your commitment to Jesus Christ is the most important decision you have made in your life. Come embrace your journey and learn from the Bible about what defines your life in Jesus Christ.
Bitter Rot of Apples by Albert Nash Hume,Charles Spencer Crandall,Cyril George Hopkins,Herbert Windsor Mumford,John William Lloyd,Joseph Cullen Blair,Stephen Alfred Forbes,Thomas Jonathan Burrill,Wilber John Fraser,William Dietrich,Edwin Stanton Good,Jerome Edward Readhimer,Orlando Dorr Center Book Summary:
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School of Music, Theatre & Dance (University of Michigan) Publications by University of Michigan. School of Music, Theatre & Dance Book Summary:
Includes miscellaneous newsletters (Music at Michigan, Michigan Muse), bulletins, catalogs, programs, brochures, articles, calendars, histories, and posters.
The Dust of Old Dole Road by Dan Oliver Book Summary:
No one knows when or why it started. Isn't that the way it is with those who abuse others? Something happened. Some event, or word, or gesture, or situation triggers an explosive response of uncontrolled anger and hatred directed toward the target of the abuser. There are probably as many reasons as there are persons who fit the profile. When sober, Dad was in control. Only when under the influence of the alcohol demon did he lose control. So I tend to think that it was the drug that released the violent side of his character. Without the alcohol, Dad was loving and caring, gentle and patient. At least this was how I saw him.In the mid-twentieth century in a small Oregon logging community, Dan Oliver lived with his family in conditions reminiscent of the pioneer days of the 1800s. All modern conveniences were stripped away, and the family learned to make do with what was available. Throughout this struggle of abject poverty, the shadow of binge drinking hung like a storm cloud over the family. When Dan's father started drinking, the kids knew to run and hide on the slopes of Timber Butte. Their mother would stay behind, facing domestic violence and verbal abuse. Eventually, the storm would clear, and life would return to normal; every member of the family contributed to the survival, no matter how young or small. Life on Dole Road was full of hardships and suffering; but more than that, Dole Road was full of hope, pride in what someone can do with his own two hands, and faith in a God of mercy. If you're struggling with making your own peace, then let The Dust of Old Dole Road speak to you.
Blue Dust by Ayesha Salman Book Summary:
Blue Dust is an emotional, philosophical and cultural journey that maps the relationships, dreams, hopes and fears of three generations of a family in Pakistan and the Middle East. The central character is a highly volatile and loving girl/woman who struggles largely with her own insecurities in her relationships with her father, husband and sister and the world she is born into (from a social and religious point of view ultimately blurring her sense of identity). A significant thread of the narrative is the impact her relationship with her sister has on her life and personality - and the strength of that bond is one of the most enduring forces. Her daughter also plays a pivotal role in encapsulating the emotional mood and tone of the book- particularly in exploring dichotomies of reality and perception - and the power of memory and dreams in articulating how these people respond to the events of their lives. Through the story of this family the author also explores issues in Pakistan relevant to class, religious and social distinctions and the barriers caused by these, and a society which perpetuates and at the same time ignores issues of paedophilia and sexual repression. Blue Dust is a misty, dream-like, touching but often bloody portrayal of intensely self reflexive dramas of these individual people but relevant to the wider issues and concerns of Pakistani society as well. 'A narrative of passionate characters and many strands, skillfully woven together in this engaging debut novel. Blue Dust is a surreal, poetic and complex work that handles difficult issues with courage.' Bapsi Sidhwa 'With her poetic debut novel, Blue Dust, unfolds love's many moods. Ayesha Salman joins the list of exciting new novelists from Pakistan.' Maniza Naqvi
But is it Garbage? by Steven L. Hamelman Book Summary:
Trash has been blowing across the rock'n'roll landscape since the first amplified guitar riff tore through American mass culture. Throwaway tunes, wasted fans, crappy reviews, junk bins of remaindered albums: much of rock's quintessence is handily conveyed in terms of disposability and impermanence. Steven L. Hamelman sums up these rubbishy affinities as rock's "trash trope." Trash is an obvious physical presence on the rock scene -- think of Woodstock's littered pastures or the many hotel rooms redecorated by the Who. More intriguingly, Hamelman says, trash is the catalyst for a powerful mode of rock composition and criticism. It is, for instance, both cause and effect when performers like the Ramones or Beck at once critique junk culture and revel in it. But Is It Garbage? spills over with challenging insights into how rock's creators, critics, and consumers transform, and are transformed by, trash as a fact and a concept. In the music's preoccupation with its own trashiness readers will perceive a wellspring of rock innovation and inspiration -- one largely overlooked and little understood until now.
MEV Bible Thinline Reference by Passio Book Summary:
The MEV Thinline Reference Bible heralds a new day for Bibles with the most modern translation ever produced in the King James tradition, providing fresh clarity for Bible readers everywhere with an updated language that doesn’t compromise the truth of the original texts.
The Devil's Dust by C.B. Forrest Book Summary:
Charlie McKelvey goes to his northern hometown to find that the big city isn’t the only place with big problems. Retired Toronto detective Charlie McKelvey runs from a cancer diagnosis and the violent memories of the big city and retreats to his hometown. A small declining mining centre, Ste. Bernadette offers McKelvey a chance to resolve old family issues, including his father’s involvement in a deadly wildcat strike in the late 1950s. When the local police force enlists his help in tracing an upswing in youth violence and vandalism, McKelvey stumbles into the hornets’ nest of a crystal-meth industry. The timing couldn’t be worse for the town to expose its drug problem to the world: the mayor is hoping a new transmission line will be built through the town, bringing power-line jobs and construction dollars; the police chief is trying to close a deal to truck Detroit’s garbage to a local site as well as vie for the mayor’s job; and a sleazy businessman is attempting to buy up the town’s land to open a casino and resort. Despite searches and seizures, the flow of drugs continues, leading McKelvey to suspect a local is manufacturing the drug. The Devil’s Dust holds a magnifying glass to the current decline of rural life, the scourge of meth, and what happens when an entire town loses faith.
Reapers of the Dust by Lois Phillips Hudson Book Summary:
The dust storm -- Gopher hunting -- "Work, for the night is coming"--The buggy on the roof -- The cold wave -- The cold wave -- The water witch -- When the fields are fresh and green -- Children of the harvest -- Room at the bottom -- Epitaph for a lion -- The loop in time.
The Sportsman's Dictionary; Or, The Gentleman's Companion for Town and Country by N.A Book Summary:
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Bitter Roots by Reginald Lawrence Wyatt Book Summary:
Explicit and shockingly bold, first time author Reginald Wyatt's passionate new novel skillfully reveals the sexually sinister events that surround a Louisiana family as it struggles to overcome an old voodoo curse that mysteriously brings death to the men who have been intimate with its beautiful women. Family matriarch, Elizabeth Estell Lafayette sets off a chain of supernatural events after she casts a black magic spell that tampers with an erotic fragrance the community root doctor has concocted to protect Elizabeth's naive daughter and granddaughter from the curse's deadly effects. Spans three generations, a page turning roller coaster ride of emotions.
The Living Bible by Tyndale Book Summary:
Celebrating 40 years and over 40 million lives touched, Tyndale is releasing The Living Bible as an eBook. The Living Bible is a paraphrase of the Old and New Testaments. Its purpose is to say as exactly as possible what the writers of the Scriptures meant, and to say it simply, expanding where necessary for a clear understanding by the modern reader.
NKJV, The New Spirit-Filled Life Bible for Women, eBook by Thomas Nelson Book Summary:
The Word of God is a love letter from the heart of our heavenly Father. It is unequaled in its ability to comfort, to counsel, to challenge, to exhort, and to change lives. The New Spirit-Filled Life Bible for Women beautifully presents the rich and timeless truths of God's living Word with wisdom from more than 100 of the most respected women in the body of Christ. These beloved authors, speakers, and ministry leaders have come together to help you understand and apply the Scriptures to your life as you discover God's promises and fulfill His holy purpose for you by the power of the Holy Spirit.
A Salute to One of 'the Few' by Simon St. John Beer Book Summary:
A poignant biography of a pilot who made the ultimate sacrifice in World War II. In a quiet churchyard is the grave of an airman who lost his life fighting in the skies over southern England in October 1940. The author happened to come across this grave, and after some initial inquiries discovered that nobody in the town was aware that this Battle of Britain pilot lay at rest in their parish. Determined to discover more about the short life of this hero, he undertook several years of research to craft this biography. Peter Cape Beauchamp St. John joined the RAF in November 1937 on a four-year short service commission at the age of twenty. In July 1938 he was posted to No. 87 Squadron, being equipped with the then-new Hawker Hurricane fighter. After war had been declared, the Squadron was posted to France in support of the British Expeditionary Force, becoming operational on September 10, 1939. In March 1940 he was transferred to 501 Squadron in Tangmere, and then again in April to 74 Squadron as an operational pilot at Hornchurch, equipped with Spitfires. It was from here that he fought his part in the Battle of Britain. For those who may have forgotten “The Few,” this stirring story tells of the all-too-short life of one of the 544 young men who gave everything to defend Great Britain from Nazi aggression.
NIrV, The Holy Bible for ESL Readers, eBook by Zonderkidz, Book Summary:
This Bible is perfect for ESL readers. The New International Reader’s Version (NIrV) is a true translation of the entire Bible that was adapted with care from the bestselling New International Version (NIV). The NIrV is written at a third grade reading level and uses short sentences and simple words. This Bible is perfect for those learning to read English. Features include: • The complete New International Reader’s Version • Presentation page for personalization and gift giving • Bible dictionary to help with unfamiliar words • “Three Ways to Read the Bible” – Explains how to read the Bible by story, subject, or person • “About the Bible” – Describes how the Bible was written and how it came to us • “Life in New Testament Times” – Describes what life was like when Jesus was on earth • “The ABCs of Salvation” – Helps explain the way of salvation