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Running Wild by Bobby O'Donnell Book Summary:
After almost losing everything at the finish line of the 2013 BostonMarathon, O'Donnell, a nineteen-year-old college student, was leftempty and broken. In the aftermath of the bombing he not only struggledwith the trauma of the events, but also found that terrorism hadstolen his passion for running. Unable to find healing in his conventionallife, O'Donnell embarked on an inspiring and ambitious questto run a marathon on all seven continents. His search for peace tookhim everywhere from dodging penguins in Antarctica to runningunder the shadow of Mt. Everest. Finding new love for his sport andseeing the good of humanity in all corners of the globe, O'Donnellexperiences triumphs and unexpected tragedy in this beautifullydescribed journey. A true testament to following your dreams, thisadventurous story serves as inspiration for overcoming fear in themidst of overwhelming adversity.
An Elephant in the Garden by Simon Reade,Michael Morpurgo Book Summary:
1945. Dresden, Germany. Lizzie, her mother – and an elephant from the zoo, flee the Allied fire-bombing in the end-game of the Second World War. Escaping the Allies’ advance from the West – and also the advancing Russian armies from the East – this extraordinary trio of refugees meet: a downed RAF officer, cowering in a barn; a homeless school choir on the run and their Countess saviour, harbouring them from the Nazis; and the mechanised American cavalry, appearing over the horizon. It is Lizzie’s story – but Marlene, the elephant, is the heroine. Plodding, obdurate, opportunistic, load-bearing, indestructible, cheering – Marlene embodies the stubbornness of the human will and how it will do everything to survive.
Ripley’s RBI 03: Running Wild by Ripley's Believe It Or Not! Book Summary:
Join the RBI—a group of teen agents with special gifts—on a series of action-packed adventures as they travel the world! A plane crash ten years ago and reports of a strange wolf boy lead the RBI to the wilds of western China and to a girl who thinks that the creature might be her long-lost brother. But the mountains and surrounding jungle are full of dangers. Can the team brave hungry tigers, snarling wolves and treacherous ravines to uncover the truth? A dangerous mission for the RBI.
Running Wild by J. L. Sheppard Book Summary:
When the perfect life Alyssa Holden planned turns out to be a life of lies, she runs to her brother, the only person she can trust. She has no idea she's running straight into a world of badass bikers who live and ride by their own rules. One tatted rebel in particular calls to her wilder side, and while everything in her draws her toward him, every experience she's had with men warns her away. Jace Warren is doing what he's done his whole life--trying to survive, making the best with what he'd been given. The only life that makes sense after the military is Hell Ryder's Motorcycle Club, but the sweet innocence of his army buddy's sister promises a different life, one a man like him can only dream of. Problem is, being his MC brother's sister puts her off limits. Hard as it is, he keeps his distance. Then she kisses him, and all bets are off.
Running Wild by Dr. Philip D. Derber Book Summary:
Running Wild is the autobiography of Dr. Philip D. Derber from birth to receiving Jesus as Savior and Lord. He gave his life to the Lord at an early age but drifted away by the time he was fifteen. The next fourteen years of his life were filled with drugs, alcohol, perverted sex, trouble with the law, and narrowly escaping death many times. In these pages, you will see how the devil targeted Dr. Derber at an early age to bring him into bondage and to completely distract him from the call of God that was on his life. But best of all, you will see how, in a moment of time, God delivered him out of all of the bondage that the devil had kept him in for all those years. Read these pages and allow God to make Himself real to you!!!
Running Wild by Mike Tomkies Book Summary:
At the age of 86, Mike Tomkies is back doing what he does best observing Britain s rarest and most dramatic wildlife, unsuspected and from close quarters, and writing about it with the kind of intimate detail that has earned high acclaim from critics and conservationists for many years. Within days of arriving back from five years of studying bears, wolves and lynx in Spain, he is up a cliff in Cornwall watching three peregrine falcon chicks from hatching to flying stage. We follow his astounding adventures over the next ten years as he obsessively searches all through Britain for that elusive 'small wild paradise' so many of us would also like to find. Transcending all are his new studies and descriptions of hunting and nesting golden eagles, during which he passed his 3,050th hour in one of his home-made 'invisible' hides, and a huge female allowed him to bring much-needed meat to her chicks in their eyrie. The book ends with the triumphant filming of magnificent white-tailed sea eagles on Mull, hunting and sailing into their high nest with prey and feeding their chicks. Running Wild is a real must for anyone interested in wild nature, and the profound experiences of a leading naturalist with rare major species. It will also be a magnet for all Mike Tomkies' loyal fans."
Running Wild by Victoria Clayton Book Summary:
Elfrida Swann, known to everyone as Freddie, is about to marry Alex. Preparations for the great day ¿ service at Westminster, reception at Claridges ¿ are on schedule; the bridesmaids¿ bouquets made up; the cake decorated. Then Freddie decides that she cannot go through with it. Unable to face the indignation and fury of Alex, her parents, or anyone else, she flees to a friend¿s cottage in Dorset. At first sight its state of dilapidation is so extreme that Freddie decides she cannot possibly stay there. But she has reckoned without the attentions of Guy Gilderoy; the culinary delights of the Rector and his wife; a family of neglected children; and the primitive and secret shrines she finds in her garden. In her attempts to make sense of her new life, Freddie discovers much about herself that is surprising as the ghosts of her childhood are laid to rest.
Running Wild Level 3 Lower-intermediate American English by Margaret Johnson Book Summary:
The graded readers series of original fiction, adapted fiction and factbooks especially written for teenagers. Luke and Alex are neighbors and, on Luke's part, reluctant friends. They spend their free time on a large heath, looking for anything to keep themselves amused. Meanwhile an illegally-kept panther escapes its owner and takes refuge on the same heath. The paths of the boys and the cat are destined to meet. This paperback is in American English. Audio recordings of the text are available on our website at: www.cambridge.org/elt/discoveryreaders/ame Cambridge Experience Readers, previously called Cambridge Discovery Readers, get your students hooked on reading.
Had, Hoodwinked and Bamboozled (willie Lynch is Running Wild in the Democratic Party)!! and He Has the Black Community, Just where He Wants Them!! by Evang. G. E. McTyre,Evangelist Evang. G. E., BHG McTyre BA Book Summary:
In 1712, a slave owner from the West Indies, by the name of Willie Lynch, came to Virgina, at the request of slave owners in that state, and others, to teach them how to better control, and get top production out of their black slaves. What Mr. Lynch told them, and the steps he outlined, guaranteed the faithfulness of the slaves to their masters, in all situations. Today, those same principles, are being used by the Democratic party, to keep the black community, beholden to, and trusting only the Democrats. Thus, they have become the very thing they hated centuries ago, slaves, with the Democrats as their masters.
Running Wild by Elaine Miller Bond Book Summary:
A wild animal board book How do you like to move? Do you like to swim like a sea lion, prance like a deer, slither like a snake, or crawl like a turtle? In this board book, photographs of wild animals go hand-in-hand with text that encourages youngsters to skip, dash, dive, and run through the natural world.