It's too bad that more of these are not in color but this book was published at a time 1959 when color was the exception rather than the rule. Page after page features art of varying interest to the reader and art lover.
If you don't believe in the devel, read this book! We read it because of spiritual turmoil in our own home and it helped us understand what was taking place and helped us to combat the problem spiritually. I hate to part with this book but others may benefit.
This book is an easy read in one day. While it covers several serious subjects (high rick pregnancy, troubled marriage, job dissatisfaction, disfunctional family relations, and corporate misbeahvior, amongst just a few of the subplots!) the author has a humorous way of presenting them to the reader. I will be looking for more of her works. Enjoy!
I taught spanish several years to very young children and adults and everyone in between using this course of study. A video accompanied this course that was rented from the school but is not necessary to the successful teaching of spanish using these guides. Well worth it. Very easy to use and follow.
I taught spanish to many youngsters and adults usin the A Beka program and loved this format. It is designed to go with a video that was available from the school but found that it was not necessary to teaching from text books or teacher's guide. I will send everything I have related to year 1 Spanish with this Teacher's Guide. Love it!
This was an entertaining book that anyone who has read Dave Barry's newspaper column will appreciate for its humor. Being from Florida, I was able to identify with Barry's assessment of many situations he used in his book. Be prepared to have a few good laughs in this humorous adventure story.
This book is part of a series and the author is one of my favorites. She is actually a "he" and the writing is inherently different as a result. I will never read his books with the same mind set! The characters of his books are well fleshed out and often reflect conflicts between the lower and upper classes of Scottish society. Read this book but get the other in the series also.
Written by an Italian author in 1959 and translated, this book about women who found it necessary to sell their bodies to the enemy for food during WWII was fascinating and educational. Long out of print, this issue is priceless.
I'm a fan of Christina Skye and enjoy her combination of adventure, romance and humor. This book, while good, was not as good as others in her series of publications. While trying to make her heroine look strong and independent, she sometimes also makes her look a bit stupid and impulsive as well as wishy washy. A good weekend read but forgettable.
I love this author and enjoy most of her books but this book has so far been my favorite. I discovered this author while on vacation in the UK and enjoy her character studies immensely. I look for her books whenever I am in a book store and have read many. This book is not for the likes of those who want a happy ending. Consider one of her others for that.
This is book 5 in a series that I thoughly enjoyed. As a result of reading this series, I've become much more interested in the working of WWII and the details of the war. Highly recommend this entire Historical Fiction series.