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Author: I. love my family forever


ISBN: 9798619431728


Page: 120

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Unique Designer cover, Portable 6 x 9 inch / 15.24 x 22.86cm size that fits perfectly in your backpack, satchel, or bag.The bold white paper is sturdy enough to be used with all kinds of pens, markers, pencils and more.Reliable standards: This Notebook and Journal uses industry perfect binding (the same standard binding as the books in your local library). Tough matte paperback. Crisp white paper with quality that minimizes ink bleed-through. This Notebook and Journal is great for either pen or pencil pushers.Click The Buy Button At The Top Of The Page To Begin.and Journal . Perfect gift for true fans. Funny notebook

Im Not Like a Regular Dad Im a Cool Dad Funny Lined Notebook and Journal Composition Book Diary for Fathers Day

im not like a regular dad im a cool dad Can be used as a diary or gratitude journal, a travel journal, login names and passwords, to record your food intake or progress toward your fitness goals, to use for writing and note-taking.


Author: Cool Dad Journals

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1798738627

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 122

View: 789

im not like a regular dad im a cool dad Can be used as a diary or gratitude journal, a travel journal, login names and passwords, to record your food intake or progress toward your fitness goals, to use for writing and note-taking. This notebook Is an ideal gift for: Valentine's Day gift for her and him, Birthday Gifts for kids and adults as well, Special occasions, Christmas Gifts for all ages, Student's gifts, best choice for mothers day or fathers day, Stationery gift pack, Office workers and friends.Express your love, gratitude and appreciation to one another

The Chandler s Daughter

'But I don't want him as a friend – not a regular friend. ... 'It's yer dad. ... 'But he'll just have to get used to the fact that I'm not the marrying kind ...


Author: Victor Pemberton

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780755392544

Category: Fiction

Page: 341

View: 727

Left to fend for herself, can Grace hope for happiness again? In The Chandler's Daughter, Victor Pemberton captures the vibrancy of life in pre-war London in the story of one young woman and her path to happiness. Perfect for fans of Dilly Court and Cathy Sharp. 'One woman's struggle in the years between the two world wars is the essence of this well-paced and nicely written novel by a popular author' - Coventry Evening Telegraph 1937: The year of the coronation of King George VI and a pivotal year for Grace Higgs. Her father's death brings not only loneliness and heartache, but also the shocking revelation that he was up to his eyes in debt. Determined to save her father's business, Grace takes up the reins of his horse and cart to walk the bustling streets of Islington. It's not an easy job for a woman on her own, and Grace soon realises she may have to sell up. But Gus Higgs was a man of many surprises, and there is one last discovery for his daughter to make. It's the key to a secret that will change her life for ever, and guarantee that Grace will never be lonely again... What readers are saying about The Chandler's Daughter: 'This is yet another vintage Pemberton and most enjoyable' 'Always a good and enjoyable read' 'Five stars'

Teenage Shooters

Of course, Im not such a good reader so he takes the book from me before Im ... do her son a favor by telling him that his homophobe dad isnt his real dad.


Author: Travis Barrett

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781434382795

Category: Fiction

Page: 512

View: 293

Teenage Shooters is about Freddy Louche's world. Who is Freddy Louche? If you asked him he would tell you that he is an all-American teenage loser who lives in a neighborhood populated by gangbangers and bullies. He hates school because the classes are boring and many of the students are intimidators. But there are three things Freddy loves: his skateboard, his video games, and his father.His skateboard is a Serial Killer which sports an image of Charles Manson. In a strange way Freddy never feels alone when he is riding Manson, who is also his protector, at least until that fateful night when Freddy's life begins to rapidly unravel.Resident Evil is Freddy's favorite video games because in the world of survival horror he can defend himself against the zombies and other monsters that remind him of the cretin bullies who hang out in the corridors of his school and the thugs that roam the streets of his city, a city that is in many ways like Raccoon City, which was also an all-American city until the walking dead and other beasties took control of its streets.Freddy's father is the one adult Freddy can always depend upon. Unfortunately, Mr. Louche, like the school authorities and the police, cannot protect his son from the thugs and bullies who constantly harass him. Thus, a time finally comes when Freddy and his loser friends must take on their tormentors.

The Pearly Queen

'You're doin' your bit too, me lad.' 'Still, we don't want to go on like this for ever,' said Jimmy. 'Not when it's not necessary.' 'I see,' said Dad.


Author: Mary Jane Staples

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781446488041

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

View: 209

The Pearly Queen was really Aunt Edie. She was thirty-nine, had a good job in a factory, lived in a flat off Camberwell Green, and had never married. Her fiancé had drowned in the Thames when she was a girl and since then she had been on her own, though not from choice. Everyone loved Aunt Edie - but especially the Andrews family. Jack Andrews was having a tough time. He'd come back from the First World War to find his wife had 'got religion'.She'd got it so badly that she finally went off, left Jim and the three children and joined Father Peter's League of Repenters. She never really came home again. Jack and the children managed as best they could, but things were pretty tough when Aunt Edie turned up. The first thing she did was give her cousin, Maud Andrews, a piece of her mind for running off and leaving her family. But when that didn't do any good, Edie moved in and took over the Andrews family. For the first time in years life began to look good again. Aunt Edie was warm, generous, kind, and, above all, she was their very own Pearly Queen.

The World s Best Dad During and After Divorce

He sullenly told his father it didnt matter. Nothing mattered. No, Im not mad, he insisted, and Im not sad. Its no big deal. Just leave me alone.


Author: Paul Mandelstein

Publisher: Workman Publishing

ISBN: 9781641703628

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 208

View: 708

Whether sudden or years in the making, divorce can leave families with a lot of pain and uncertainty—and with the children in the mix, the stakes are even higher. Enter author Paul Mandelstein, the divorced father of four children and founder of the Father Resource Network (FRN). In The World's Best Dad During and After Divorce: A Guide to Co-Parenting for Divorced Dads, Mandelstein helps fathers (and mothers) discover a path to navigate the stormy waters of divorce and create a healthy extended family environment, guided by the principles of collaboration and cooperation. Packed with advice from family counseling experts, anecdotes from divorced parent groups, interviews with fathers, mothers, and children, and the author’s own first-hand experiences, The World's Best Dad During and After Divorce is a realistic, yet compassionate approach to parenting during and after divorce. The user-friendly format combines bulleted lists with practical suggestions, exercises, and even sample dialogues that make even the most difficult conversations with children and former spouses more manageable. Most importantly, this guidebook empowers men to be the best fathers they can be: fathers who are present and accountable, loving and leading, competent and caring.

The Mountain in My Shoe

I am not sure who your dad is but maybe I might no who he is. Yes I might do. I dont think he gave me his real name probably faked me out cos they do ...


Author: Louise Beech

Publisher: Orenda Books

ISBN: 9781495627781

Category: Fiction

Page: 276

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A missing boy. A missing book. A missing husband. A woman who must find them all to find herself. On the night Bernadette finally has the courage to tell her domineering husband that she's leaving, he doesn't come home. Neither does Conor, the little boy she's befriended for the past five years. Also missing is his lifebook, the only thing that holds the answers. With the help of Conor's foster mum, Bernadette must face her own past, her husband's secrets and a future she never dared imagine in order to find them all. Exquisitely written and deeply touching, The Mountain in My Shoe is both a gripping psychological thriller and a powerful and emotive examination of the meaning of family … and just how far we're willing to go for the people we love. ‘Deft and full of emotions' Irish Times ‘It is a brilliantly creative work of fiction' We Love this Book (The Bookseller) ‘A fabulous, exquisitely written novel that tugs at the soul … incredibly moving' David Young ‘Full of beautiful descriptions, images and observations … hauntingly poignant, with a relentless tension and pace' Katie Marsh ‘A moving and powerful book' Jane Lythell ‘A rich, psychologically profound novel about overcoming adversity … It's a masterpiece' Gill Paul ‘Louise Beech masterfully envelops us in two worlds separated by time yet linked by fierce family devotion, bravery and the triumph of human spirit. Wonderful' Amanda Jennings, author of In Her Wake ‘Dark, compelling and highly thought-provoking … a fascinating page-turner that wrenches at your insides' Off-the-Shelf Books ‘A wonderful, nuanced book probing the damages wreaked by absence and neglect, while exploring the power of love and hope … and what it means to be truly "home". It made me laugh and cry by turns. I loved it' Melissa Bailey ‘An exquisite novel. Darkly compelling emotionally charged. And I LOVED it!' Jane Isaac

The Warrior



Author: J-L Fonteneau

Publisher: Humanoids Inc

ISBN: 9781594658716

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 52

View: 930

The fun-filled and extraordinary adventures of Brüssli, half-boy half-dragon.

Tom Boler

Press a door bell it is normal . Me an Nathan waitin . Me lookin up at sky it is up an blue . Me lookin at door . Door openin a dad doin a open . It is a normal dad not even made of a tree . Normal dad sayin : ' Are you friends of Ben .


Author: Daren King

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: UOM:39015060814889

Category: Boys

Page: 218

View: 333

When nine year-old Tom Boler comes back from school one day to find his mother has gone, he is about to enter the new and perilous adult world. This is a story of sexual promiscuity and confusion, class conflict and poverty, as seen through the eyes of a child.

The Shoestring Club

Thanks, Dad.Isniff, and hepulls the end of his sleeve so that its in front of my face. Dad! Im not wiping mynose on your shirt, Im not three. He laughs.


Author: Sarah Webb

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781447213482

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

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Join The Shoestring Club When the love of her life, Ed, announces his surprise engagement to her best friend, Julia Schuster is distraught but determined not to let them see how much she’s hurting. She spies a remarkable dress in Shoestring, her sister’s designer second-hand shop, and knows she’ll only be able to stagger through the wedding day, showing everyone how over Ed she is, if her body is wrapped in its soft silk chiffon. Unfortunately it costs mega bucks and she’s barely hanging on to her job as it is. Arietty Pilgrim can’t and won’t attend her fiercely competitive school reunion unless she can arrive wearing exactly the same dress. But working as an elephant keeper in Dublin Zoo does not a millionaire make. But fate has a funny way of bringing people together. Just as Julia starts to flounder amidst family troubles, problem drinking and a broken heart, she meets Arietty and the two of them set up The Shoestring Club – time-sharing one extraordinary dress and beginning a life-altering friendship.

Iron Dads

One father replied, “The reality is that when I am training for an IM, not only are there the long days away from the house, but I'm also obsessed with ...


Author: Diana Tracy Cohen

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 9780813570969

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 210

View: 693

Among the most difficult athletic events a person can attempt, the iron-distance triathlon—a 140.6 mile competition—requires an intense prerace training program. This preparation can be as much as twenty hours per week for a full year leading up to a race. In Iron Dads, Diana Tracy Cohen focuses on the pressures this extensive preparation can place on families, exploring the ways in which men with full-time jobs, one or more children, and other responsibilities fit this level of training into their lives. An accomplished triathlete as well as a trained social scientist, Cohen offers much insight into the effects of endurance-sport training on family, parenting, and the sense of self. She conducted in-depth interviews with forty-seven iron-distance competitors and three prominent men in the race industry, and analyzed triathlon blog postings made by Iron Dads. What sacrifices, Cohen asks, are required—both at home and at work—to cross the iron-distance finish line? What happens when work, family, and sport collide? Is it possible for fathers to meet their own parenting expectations while pursuing such a time-consuming regimen? With the tensions of family economics, how do you justify spending $5,000 on a racing bike? At what point does sport become work? Cohen discovered that, by fostering family involvement in this all-consuming effort, Iron Dads are able to maintain a sense of themselves not only as strong, masculine competitors, but also as engaged fathers. Engagingly written and well researched, Iron Dads provides a penetrating, firsthand look at extreme endurance sports, including practical advice for aspiring racers and suggestions for making triathlons more family-friendly.

This is the Real James Brown

At least I have Alex and I know I am not Alone After the fire works stand I will go with him to my fathers. My Dad will love him. And Alex is going to Dig ...


Author: Candice Hurst

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 9781480975934

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 156

View: 255

This is the Real James Brown by Candice Hurst When a young Candice Hurst met James Brown, it changed her life in a profound way. Her dreams came true when she was given the chance to travel the world. After James Brown passed, she attempted to have his will honored. In her interviews with band members and in her own accounts, she recalls what he said and did. This is the Real James Brown states the facts on the criminal acts having to do with his estate over the last decade. At times the story reads as a mystery with murder plots, betrayals, and greed. This is the Real James Brown seeks to honor the musical legend, the icon, and the person. Having been close with the artist, Candice Hurst possesses insight into his musical genius and personality. Was James Brown religious? Was he a Mason? Why would anyone want to kill James Brown? While some questions may remain a mystery, This is the Real James Brown identifies the real James Brown.

Texas Advance Sheet May 2012

[J.M.] that is so unfair. Sharon Rivers is [J.M.']s aunt she is not his mother or his parent, she needs to let me be his father and parent and she be his ...


Author: Fastcase

Publisher: Fastcase Inc




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The Skin I m Living In

“I feel dead...after all of hearing im not going to be graduating sooner than ... in just a little while I'll be bringing the same bad news to Mom and Dad.


Author: Robb J.R


ISBN: 9781365807190

Category: Fiction

Page: 382

View: 250

They say the best memories are stored in childhood. But Imagine what it's like being robbed of it. Imagine being left only with the memories that will remind you of the agony of what has happen, to soon discover the one true thing you are becoming and your secret for so many years you kept hidden is about to be exposed. Here is a young boy who experience molestation at only seven years old, a young boy who feared majority of his childhood to never open his mouth to speak on it. To never look back on the horrible tragedy of his past to see that soon his desires are to be met of his true sexuality when it takes over becoming his new identity to a whole new different lifestyle.

Mister Monday The Keys to the Kingdom 1

sorry we didn't cu at hospital. ed got sick tues. nite, and then mum + dad did + aunt mango (not real name). i'm not sick, tho our house is quarantined.


Author: Garth Nix

Publisher: Bonnier Zaffre Ltd.

ISBN: 9781471410161

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 352

View: 932

Out-of-this-world magical adventure series for teens from the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of Sabriel and the Old Kingdom series Seven days. Seven keys. One very unlikely hero. Arthur Penhaligon is a normal teenage boy, trying to fit in at school. But when he suffers a serious asthma attack, his life is unexpectedly saved by two strange characters who appear out of nowhere - and a key shaped like the minute hand of a clock. Arthur's life may have been saved, but his world is in danger. An incurable epidemic is spreading throughout the country, and his foster mother, a scientist, is desperately trying to help find the cure. And it is not long before Arthur realises that a chilling person named Mister Monday will stop at nothing to get the key back from Arthur... Arthur will need to enter the mysterious house that has appeared in town - a house that only he can see. Maybe there he can unravel the secrets of the key - and at the same time find the cure to help the epidemic in his own world...

United States CNMI Political Union

PREPARED STATEMENT OF CARMELITA G. RANAS My name is Carmelita G. Ranas I been in ... Now my dad is no more , he pass away but I am still at Saipan I married ...


Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources


ISBN: PSU:000063505177

Category: Electronic government information

Page: 101

View: 996

Louis and the Ghost

Im not upset. No, hes not upset, said Mom suddenly.In fact,your father is doingquite well.KC winked at her husband withasmallsmile and then nodded for her ...


Author: Henry G. Brechter

Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing

ISBN: 9781457523342

Category: Fiction

Page: 268

View: 282

When five-year-old Louis encounters a ghost in the attic of their new home, KC-his mom, whose ancestors include a collection of ill-famed Salem witches-seeks professional guidance to explain her boy's strange narratives. With the help of the metaphysical whirlwind and brilliant young beauty named Oona Neeci-a powerful witch and medium-KC and her doubting husband manage to engage the ghost, a nineteenth century ancestor named Anton Dietrich, locked now in the earthly purgatory of the roof garret where he once convalesced. As Anton, affectionately known as Opa, reveals his story, thick with tragedy and treachery from the time of the Civil War, his needs become clear to his spellbound descendants. However, following a sometimes frenetic plan to free Anton's soul-one that takes the family to Washington D.C., Boston, and New York-the tale does not end with Opa's release. As the past and present mingle with what exists beyond our realm, KC's world shifts again, for those who sought to help Anton suddenly find themselves dependent upon him for their own redemption. Far more than just another ghost story, Louis and the Ghost is a character-driven family saga that blends humor and sadness, romantic erotica, and moments of raw suspense. It's a masterful mix of supernatural happenings steeped in historical fact-a book that will keep you riveted from first page to last.

A Little Village School Collection

'No, 'e says 'is dad's enough to worry abaat and 'e dunt want to upset 'im.' The old man sighed. 'You see 'e can't talk to 'is dad like I talk to you, ...


Author: Gervase Phinn

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781473633254

Category: Fiction

Page: 1116

View: 555

Three charming, funny and warm-hearted novels from the bestselling author of the Dales series. The Little Village School Elisabeth Devine causes quite a stir on her arrival in the village. No one can understand why the head of a big inner city school would want to come to sleepy little Barton-in-the-Dale, to a primary with more problems than school dinners. And that's not even counting the challenges the mysterious Elisabeth herself will face: a bitter former head teacher, a grumpy caretaker and a duplicitous chair of governors, to name but a few. Then there's the gossip. After all, a woman who would wear red shoes to an interview is obviously capable of anything . . . Trouble at the Little Village School Elisabeth Devine certainly rocked the boat when she arrived in Barton-in-the-Dale to take over as head teacher of the little primary school. Now it's a new term, and after winning over the wary locals, she can finally settle in to her role. Or so she thinks . . . The School Inspector Calls! Summer has arrived in Barton-in-the-Dale and as a new term begins at the little primary school, it's not just the warm weather that's getting people hot under the collar.

I m From Everywhere

she and friends behind,” said Julias dad as he stroked somewhere else now and we ... “Im not going,” Julia screamed and pulled the blanket up over her head.


Author: Sunny Frye Williams

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781493120529

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

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Sunny Frye Williams was born, went to college in, and resides in North Carolina. Teaching elementary school and reading children's books inspired her to begin writing. She continues to teach and write in NC with her husband, son, and dogs.