Finding Sarah

Author: Sarah Ferguson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439189552
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Finding Sarah. The author documents a low period in her life and how she found strength in her struggles with adversity and eventually regained her sense of purpose for her life with the help of friends and several celebrity experts.

Finding Sarah

Author: Wendy Jones
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781512238013
Size: 78.29 MB
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Finding Sarah. Finding Sarah is an emotionally captivating story of life, love and everything in between. With her house sold from under her, Sarah finds herself moving to a small cottage in the country in order to make ends meet, but soon befriends, Maggie, the matriarch of Nutt Hill, a Texan and hopeless romantic. But when Sarah meets a new man, her idyllic new life seems set to fracture. Two very different souls searching for peace. One entire parish watching. In a small country village, nothing stays private for long... The first Echoes of Nutt Hill novel.

Finding Sarah

Author: Kay Woods
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 141166695X
Size: 11.17 MB
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Finding Sarah. Finding Sarah is the story of one woman's quest to survive rape, loss, seduction and betrayal and become the hero of her own life.

Finding Sarah Finding Me A Birth Mother S Story

Author: Christine Lindsay
Publisher: Whitefire Publishing
ISBN: 9781939023810
Size: 48.20 MB
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Finding Sarah Finding Me A Birth Mother S Story. Join birth mother Christine Lindsay as she shares the heartaches, hopes, and epiphanies of her journey to reunion with the daughter she gave up...and to understanding her true identity in Christ along the way.

Finding Sarah Miller

Author: Christina McGrath
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0646951394
Size: 44.24 MB
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Finding Sarah Miller. Finding Sarah Miller is a journey of self-discovery. Given the opportunity to start all over again, Sarah sets off on a road trip across America alone. In search of meaning and purpose, she does her best to open herself up to new possibilities and relationships. Finding Sarah Miller will take you on the journey with Sarah, as she grows in strength and courage, finding the love of her life, new friendships and devastating heartbreak. With the shocking realization of how complicated life can get, Sarah finds solace in her new friendships, but is this really the right decision? Sarah's resolve will be tested, but will ultimately guide her to what she is looking for...herself.

Finding Sarah

Author: Terry Odell
Publisher: Cerridwen Press
ISBN: 9781419956515
Size: 43.87 MB
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Finding Sarah. Being robbed at gunpoint wasn't part of Sarah Tucker's business plan. Neither was falling in love with the detective who arrived to solve the case. All Sarah wants is success for her gift boutique, the one she and her husband created. Now, she's living a hand-to-mouth existence. Her husband died a year earlier in a car accident - an accident that was ruled suicide, denying her his life insurance money. Burdened by guilt that she was somehow to blame for his death, Sarah faces one business setback after another. She's determined to succeed on her own, fending off a meddling sister-in-law as well as offers of financial assistance from a former boyfriend. Unaware someone is setting her up for failure, she's totally unprepared to find herself fighting for survival. Police Detective Randy Detweiler thinks the crook is a thief who's been evading cops all over the state. A routine robbery investigation turns into the biggest challenge of his career when he falls in love with the victim and he starts crossing professional boundaries. When Sarah disappears, he's afraid all his detective skills might not be enough to find her in time to save her life.

Sarah Finding A Home

Author: Donna Harrison
Publisher: Harrison.Books
ISBN: 1465388761
Size: 76.91 MB
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Sarah Finding A Home. At 10 years old, Sarah Weston was brighter beyond her years and looked forward to dying more than most because it would mean no more pain. After the death of her parents when she was seven years old, she already experienced abuse and cruelty from her foster families. But the Quinns almost ended her life if she was not saved by her step-brother Marcus who was also abused by his parents, including his two little sisters. While Sarah was in comatose, Marcus and his sisters found a home filled with unconditional love in their new foster parents where they come to know God. In this book, readers can witness how Sarah recovers from her comatose state, becomes stronger by the traumatic experience, finds a new home, feels warmth of a family, and uncovers God's plans for her life and submits herself to it to become what she should be.

Windows To Our World

Author: Sarah Janisse Brown
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781502510112
Size: 39.27 MB
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Windows To Our World. A world traveling mom of ten unlocks her journal and opens the windows to a life full of adventure, love, risk, mystery and faith! This is one family's quest for purpose, peace and simplicity in a wild world full of irresistible opportunities! From one adventure to the next, Sarah Janisse Brown tells the story of God's love for her and how that love led her to an adoring husband, ten talented and creative children, and a life of both settling down and going abroad. From her early stories about learning to read, leaving the public school, homeschooling, and building a cabin in the woods, to her first-hand experience with two wars in Eastern Europe, to her family's appearance on a reality television show, Windows to our World will keep you turning the pages and wondering what could possibly come next for the Brown Family. The journal entries and poetry woven throughout the book also provide a more personal glimpse into Sarah's inspiration as a wife, mother, artist, home educator, and entrepreneur. Don't miss this epic adventure story of God's love and providence in one family's life.

Culture And Retardation

Author: L.L. Langness
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400937113
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Culture And Retardation. Mental retardation in the United States is currently defined as " ... signif icantly subaverage general intellectual functioning existing concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior, and manifested during the development period" (Grossman, 1977). Of the estimated six million plus mentally retarded individuals in this country fully 75 to 85% are considered to be "func tionally" retarded (Edgerton, 1984). That is, they are mildly retarded persons with no evident organic etiology or demonstrable brain pathology. Despite the relatively recent addition of adaptive behavior as a factor in the definition of retardation, 1.0. still remains as the essential diagnostic criterion (Edgerton, 1984: 26). An 1.0. below 70 indicates subaverage functioning. However, even such an "objective" measure as 1.0. is prob lematic since a variety of data indicate quite clearly that cultural and social factors are at play in decisions about who is to be considered "retarded" (Edgerton, 1968; Kamin, 1974; Langness, 1982). Thus, it has been known for quite some time that there is a close relationship between socio-economic status and the prevalence of mild mental retardation: higher socio-economic groups have fewer mildly retarded persons than lower groups (Hurley, 1969). Similarly, it is clear that ethnic minorities in the United States - Blacks, Mexican-Americans, American Indians, Puerto Ricans, Hawaiians, and others - are disproportionately represented in the retarded population (Mercer, 1968; Ramey et ai., 1978).

The Complete Guide To Finding The Birds Of Australia

Author: Richard Thomas
Publisher: CSIRO PUBLISHING
ISBN: 0643102264
Size: 10.87 MB
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The Complete Guide To Finding The Birds Of Australia. First published in 1994, The Complete Guide to Finding the Birds of Australia was the first ever book of its type in Australia – a complete guide to locating every resident bird species in Australia, plus supplementary information on where to find rarities, migratory species and logistical information. This fully revised second edition expands on the best-selling appeal of the first, describing the best-known sites for all of Australia’s endemic birds, plus vagrants and regular migrants such as seabirds and shorebirds. It covers all states and territories, and is the first guide to include all of Australia’s island and external territories. A comprehensive Bird Finder Guide details site information on all Australian bird species, and the authors provide valuable travel advice, including transport, climate and accommodation. Profusely illustrated with colour photographs of interesting, unique or unusual Australian birds, this book is a must-have for all birdwatchers living in Australia or visiting from overseas.