Pure Sunshine

Author: Brian James
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 0545231949
Size: 42.50 MB
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Pure Sunshine. A spellbinding trip of a novel about three friend breaking apart in their quest to stave off boredom and sameness. It's not about the drugs. It's not about the girls or the fights or the fading streetlights. It's about two nights that weren't going to be different from the rest, but then took a turn. It's about trying to find out who you are and who your real friends are. It's about everything being the same, the same, the same. It's about nothing being the same again. It's about Brendon, WIll, and Kevin -- three friends on different paths -- and the weekend that put them to the test.

Ugo Rondinone Pure Sunshine

Author: Ugo Rondinone
Publisher: Jrp Ringier
ISBN: 9783037645055
Size: 47.30 MB
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Ugo Rondinone Pure Sunshine. This first volume of a three-part publication on the most popular series of New York-based Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone (born 1964) is dedicated to the Target paintings (1992-2015). Art historian Lionel Bovier offers a visual analysis, while Morgan Falconer examines the main characteristics of this series in relation to Rondinone's work and biography.

Pure Orange Sunshine

Author: Bob Henry Baber
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781453599679
Size: 18.38 MB
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Pure Orange Sunshine. Morning dawns, pure orange sunshine slicing through the windows and casting a grill of bars on the wall. It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood . . . a beautiful . . . A beautiful Little Miss Muffet nurse trainee serving her time, delivers pancakes only a deluge of generic syrup will soften up.

Sunshine

Author: Melissa Lee-Houghton
Publisher: Penned in the Margins
ISBN: 1908058536
Size: 38.18 MB
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Sunshine.

My Life It S A Long Story

Author: Willie Nelson
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0751561762
Size: 60.93 MB
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My Life It S A Long Story. Five decades in the music industry, 100 albums, 10 Grammys, the Kennedy Center Honors, and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Add high-profile activism for the legalisation of marijuana, the foundation of a ground-breaking philanthropic organisation, and a much-publicised personal life - Willie Nelson's is a story like no other. Born during the great depression in 1933 and raised by his grandparents, he began singing in dance halls and Honky Tonks at the age of 13, as an escape from working as a cotton picker in the fields of Arkansas. He went on to write some of the most popular country songs of all time, and to record some classic versions of others, including Crazy, Bring Me Sunshine, Always on my Mind and Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain. An American icon who still tours extensively and headlines music festivals, Willie Nelson and his music have found their way into the hearts and minds of fans all over the world. Now 81 years of age, Nelson leaves no experience or moment unturned as he shares the full story. From his drive to write music to the women in his life; from his collaborations to his bankruptcy to the foundation of Farm Aid; Nelson shares, in his distinct voice, soaring highs and painful lows.

Behind The Mask

Author: Jane Resh Thomas
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780395691205
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Behind The Mask. Describes the opulent but cruel childhood of Queen Elizabeth I, and details her triumphant reign

Mercy S Madhouse

Author: William Byers
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1412020212
Size: 11.67 MB
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Mercy S Madhouse. One hallmark of a serious religious sensibility is its relationship with the profane world. The challenge for a poet is to make both aspects truly convincing. The poet aims for poems where spirit acknowledges the ripe miseries of the gambling flesh and the flesh sings of spirit's exacting grace. William Byers is such a poet. He knows the world with the eyes of the military man who has stared at nuclear apocalypse and crusted vomit on a bar top and he knows the world with the hungry soul of one who has craved a greater love. His poems are deeply moving as they unsparingly show how we fall and how we sometimes rise, how we stutter and how we find the words that are astonishingly apt. This book is full of many such words in many careful forms. William Byers is a very accomplished American poet. Baron Wormser

Healing By God S Natural Methods

Author: Al Wolfsen
Publisher: TEACH Services, Inc.
ISBN: 9780945383543
Size: 80.70 MB
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Healing By God S Natural Methods. This book was written by Al. Wolfsen, who was given up to die before he was 21 years old. In 1948 he was at the point of death and the medical doctors gave up all hope of recovery. He turned away from medical "science" that offered no help and turned to the remedies found in the Bible and nature. He prayed and promised to work for God as long as he should live. That day he had a "dream" where an angel from heaven came into the room and talked with him and took the disease away. After the "dream," he rapidly recovered. Not forgetting his promise to work for God, as long as he should live, he has taught hundreds of sick people how to use only simple non-poisonous remedies.

The Black Cat And The Daffodil From Mars A Collection Of Radical Poetry And Vignettes

Author: Wendy Jennifer Devos
Publisher: America Star Books
ISBN: 1681767554
Size: 55.95 MB
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The Black Cat And The Daffodil From Mars A Collection Of Radical Poetry And Vignettes. What if you had the power to transform lives, to touch the human heart with tenderness and love? Would you dare to use such cathartic power? The joyful news is that every human being possesses this great power to make the world a better place. Poetry is about power. I first started writing poetry when I was working at Kings Park Psychiatric Center. I also learned a deep truth: in every human being, there is a sacred rose—a rose deserving to be watered with kindness, compassion, and dignity.