A great paperback cookbook with 100 recipes with traditional family recipes. Techniques & shortcuts in preparation help cook to make delicious treats. Breads, cakes, cookies, main dishes, pies & desserts, and snacks will tempt you to try these recipes. Add this cookbook to your collection.
Elena Shapiro writes a most fascinating story about a simple square box he finds in his office. Inside are many objects left by a Parisian tenant. Who was this lady (Louise Brunet) that no one claimed her keepsakes that were inside this box? These artifacts tell the story of the box's owner, Louise Brunet, in a most captivating tale of love, passion, attraction, memory and mystery of time entwined in an enthralling novel. The book transports the reader not just to Paris but into the mysteries of the past. A most interesting read.
A great devotional book; whether you want to spend a small amount of time, or a great amount of time in devotion. This book can get you started spending time with God in devotion. Many inspirational meditations, scripture readings are arranged in short manageble devotions; designed to optimize the moments spent in alone with God. The book will help you learn to spend quality time with God. A great inspirational read...
22 Britannia Road is a riveting read. From the beginning the book takes the reader through the characters movement after World War II. Silvana and her son, Arek, board a ship taking them from Poland to England where her husband, Janusz, is waiting. The war has changed each. Silvana and Aurek lived hidden in a forest, foraging and living in the wild.
Silvana cannot escape the painful memory of a shattering wartime act, but forgetting haunts her afterward and effects her from living a normal life. She struggles to return to her earlier life amid the past experiences.
The book is written from the viewpoint of each character throughout the book. A great read.
The epigraph is taken from "The Forest of Arden" and Collected Poems: 1956-1998
A resource book for health-issues concerning the heart; how to maintain a healthy heart through making small lifestyle changes through eating well, excercising, etc, to lower your blood pressure, cut our cholesterol, & stabilize your insulin levels. The book has much information, & steps on how to get started for beginning taking steps towards good health; and maintaining it... A great resource book for your library for health info.
A great read about three generations, starting in Provence in southern France, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama, as well as Italy. Monique writes a delightful story of her family, searching for her maternal and paternal family ancestors. Monique comes to America after WWII, immediately has must adapt to America and it's culture. She, with a young baby in tow, finds work to support herself and baby.
Eventually Monique meets the man of her dreams and marries. She writes of her husband's business with Luzianne, a coffee co., and her adventures in America. Monique extends herself to learn English, becomes a language teacher in the American school system. Monique and her husband eventually build a successful travel agency for European countries. Monique takes her 5 children abroad and shows them her her roots in France, and that of her ancestors in Italy. A very colorful, descriptive writing.
A moving book about love, dreams, secrecy, discouragement, disappointment, suffering, death, & forgiveness. Strout's writes of a minister's life in rural New England & enfolds each of the characteristics listed of the people in the book. Strout's writes of small-town life: the arrival of newcomers, the minister & his wife & the gossip they endure. Tyler Caskey, the minister, questions his calling of the ministry after the death of his wife. He asks himself, "Is it that his faith has left him, or is that he has left his faith?" Facing the grief, along with his pastoral duties, challenges his very being. Strout writes not only about Caskey's challenges as a minister, but about other characters in every-day-life. The book is a great read. I will read another of Elizabeth Strout's books.
A book written to help people of all ages heal from childhood hurts caused by their parents' legal divorce or by parents who were emotionally divorced enen though they "stayed'together." Based of Research of 200 adult children of divorce, extensive personal interviews with other adults of divorced adults, & case histories from the author's years of pastoral counseling.
Read the classic story of Huckleberry Finn; this junior classic edition is condensed & an adapted from the original version. The literature is fun & encourages the reader to dream; is full of heroes & villains, suspense & humor, adventure & wonder, & new ideas. A great paperback book for the junior reader.
Imagine being raised Catholic, then to find out the family is really of Jewish background. Fremont has finds this is to be true when she researches her ancestral background. Fremont wants to know who she really is, who her parents are; and continues to seek until she discovers much. She researches the background of her parents who went through the holocaust of Poland during WWII. What she finds out helps her & her sister put pieces of their childhood questions, and perhaps, make sense of their lives. A spellbound read of the many mysteries this family went through during the holocaust of World War II in Poland.
A fun book for the young reader - who will learn about airplanes, taking an airplane trip, at the airport seeing the freight planes carrying cargo, exploring the cockpit with the controls. An educational story written with the young reader in mind.
This in one of the exceptional books I've thoroughly enjoyed reading. Doerr writes seeing the world through "eyes" of a blind girl, and knows much about many subjects.. His writing flows from the beginning, writing eloquently of the good, and often, of the haunting scenes of life during wartime. He writes about many people: a locksmith, a young German who struggles being a member of the Youth organization, writes about cities in Germany, Paris and throughout France. A book not to miss reading.
A historical writing of America's mountain people; stories from the Ozarks, Appalacians, the Rockies, the coal fields of Virginia, etc. Illustrated with old photographs by National Geographic photographer, Bruce Dale. Book conveys the author's belief in the peculiar virtue of the mountains, and of the remarkable men & women who call the highlands home. A great collection of stories & history....
Matthew Zook wants to expand his family's tack and feed store, however, there is a property dispute with the nearby construction of Starbrite, a hotel and resort. Matthew needs to contact Clayton Raber, after many years has passed. Clayton Raber ran a clock shop, and was known for his hot temper. The rumors were that Clayton had murdered his wife many years ago. His crime was believed by the Amish community, as well as other people. The deed of the feed store was missing an important part of the deed upon sale of the property of Clayton so long ago. Matthew was determined to save the expansion project for the tack and feed store, only he had to contact Clayton Raber, or someone in the Raber family for the needed information. Would he be able to contact Clayton Raber or a member of the Raber family after so much time had passed? Read this wonderfully story written of love, mystery and challenges of the characters in the book. An excellent read.
An enjoyable read, not the usual theme of Amish life. This book takes the reader to Switzerland on an hunting adventure for evidence. Daniel, a Mennonite scholar, urges Ada to help in the search of written letters for evidence relating to the location of the waterfall location.. Ada and her aunt travel to Switzerland in search of this evidence knowing two families, the Sommer's and the Kessler's, have a rift regarding the past history of the waterfall location. Ada, along with some others, search to find written documents that will save the waterfall from being destroyed, and for a housing development to be built on the site. A great read.
Brunstetter has written another good book. A father abandons his young son after his wife dies, and he goes to look for work. An Amish couple adopts the 6-yr old. Both the young son and the father wonder about each other during the years that pass in their separation. The father had fallen upon challenging circumstances, felt helpless after he abandoned his son. His son questions why his father deserted him. Read the story for the ending. A great story.