|Author||: Bruce Ashkenas|
|Release Date||: 2011-07-01|
|ISBN 10||: 1257049011|
|Pages||: 101 pages|
|Rating||: 4/5 from 21 reviews|
It is the 1950's in Cleveland. Bryan Wiseman never looks for trouble but trouble finds him. It's a hot summer day when two bullies throw him down a ravine, then toss his bike on top of him. A year later Bryan, now eight, is in the hospital dealing with a rare neurological disease caused by his fall. His disorder, dystonia, is cured by a series of operations. Between the surgeries Bryan and his friends deal with the bullies. Along the way they meet Al Rosen and Herb Score of the Cleveland Indians and learn some lessons about life.
by Bruce Ashkenas
It is the 1950's in Cleveland. Bryan Wiseman never looks for trouble but trouble finds him. It's a hot summer day when two bullies throw him down a ravine, then toss his bike on top of him. A year later Bryan, now eight, is in the hospital dealing with a rare neurological disease caused by his fall. His disorder, dystonia, is cured by a series of operations. Between the surgeries Bryan and his friends deal with the bullies. Along theGET BOOK!
by Richard Kane
This book is about my journey from brokenness to wholeness as a child. I survived physical and sexual abuse. As I got older I found comfort in the bottle. I became a drunk I made the rounds of the hospitals, detox, and the jails. I rode with motorcycle gangs. I hit bottom when I thought about suicide. I have gotten better in 12 step recovery meetings. I allowed God and the 12 steps to change me into a sober, loving, and gentleGET BOOK!
by Tom Craig Olson,Eileen Walsh
"Handling the Sick is the story of 838 women who entered St. Luke's Hospital Training School for Nurses, St. Paul, Minnesota, from 1892-1937. Their story addresses a fundamental question about nursing that has yet to be answered: is nursing a craft or a profession? It also addresses the colliding visions of nursing factions that for more than a century have disagreed on the inherent traits and formal preparation a nurse has needed." "The women of St. Luke's were engaged in theGET BOOK!
by John Creasey
This epic novel embraces the story of the Bow Street Runners, forerunners of the modern police force, founded by novelist Henry Fielding in 1748. They operated from the courts to enforce the decisions of magistrates. John Creasey gives an insight into family life of the time and the struggle between crime and justice. Splendidly authoritative!GET BOOK!
by Scott W. Gustafson
Shows how economics functions as the dominant religion in America today In this provocative book Scott Gustafson argues that economics functions in our current global culture as religions have functioned in other cultures. He describes and analyzes the rituals, pilgrimage sites, myths, prophets, sacraments, and mission of Economics to show how the Economy is our de facto God. Discussing such topics as debt, economic terrorism, globalization, and money as the Economy's sacrament, Gustafson's At the Altar of Wall Street encompassesGET BOOK!
by St. Thérèse of Lisieux (the Little Flower)
Translated from the critical edition by John Clarke, OCD, 3rd ed. (1997). Includes Bibliography, general Index, and 11 photos. Two and a half years before her death in 1897 at the age of 24, as Thérèse Martin began writing down her childhood memories at the request of her blood sisters in the Lisieux Carmel, few could have guessed the eventual outcome. Yet this "story of my soul," first published in 1898 in a highly edited version, quickly became a modern spiritual classic, readGET BOOK!
by Enid Blyton
A fantastic bumper volume of classic stories from a much-loved author. 'Mam'zelle beamed. 'You will like the little Claudine! For she is French. She is my niece!' But Mam'zelle is in for a shock! Out to break every school rule, new girl Claudine is no teacher's pet...' The twins of St. Clare's and their friends are back in this volume collecting their final three years at the famous school. There's plenty of action, adventure and drama as aGET BOOK!