Exiled to a bizarre, ancient house on a mysterious street in Middle America, thirteen-year-old Beamer, who speaks only Californian, battles the indiginous life forms in his new home with the help of new friends, Ghoulie and Scilla , and an unusual tree house shaped like a spaceship.
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“MY TREE IS ALIVE” is a fiction book from the dream series with an emotional journey of a boy based on the theme of trees written by Varun Sharma, an Indian author. This story describes an encounter involving a 12 years old boy named Jay and a woodcutter to save the tree with a strong message, to make the world a better place to live in the future.
After purchasing a beautiful and unique antique angel tree topper, Marq North is excited to gift it to his long-time girlfriend, but he should’ve known she appreciates a bigger price tag more than sentimental value. Why has he wasted years of his life trying to buy her love? When she tells him she’s ending their relationship right before the holidays, he’s almost…relieved. Ione and her fellow archangels are used to the rise in demonic activity during Samhain, but at Christmas? That is a surprise to them all. Yet it seems more and more people are focusing on the greed and commercialism these days rather than the real reason for the season. And the demons plan to take advantage of mankind’s vulnerability and overtake as many mortals as possible this time of year. It’s up to Ione and Heaven’s best protectors to save every valuable soul. He’d swear he saw her literally fall from the sky, to find her injured and vulnerable. After Marq rescues her, he discovers she’s the spitting image of the angel doll. She says her name is Ione, and claims to be an archangel. After he offers her a place of safety in order to recover, he finds she’s become jaded through the years, which has him determined to have her see that it’s not greed, but the love of giving that makes this time of year special. Despite knowing she must return to Heaven, or risk drawing the demons’ wrath to Marq, Ione wants to remain with her rescuer, but she must let him go to save his life as he did hers. After all, a relationship between a mortal and a celestial being would never work. Or can it?
Hi, my name's Alex - and just like you, I have a one-of-a-kind family! My Dad lives in one home, and my Mom in another. I'll show you all the perks that come with sharing your time between two homes with different rules, things and family members. Living in two homes can be more work, but the love both sides of my family have for me is all that matters - after all, you can never be loved by too many people! My One-of-a-Kind Family's flagship book, My Tree Has Two Branches, promotes respect and love for one's unique family in addition to illustrating healthy boundaries for young readers in parallel or co-parenting situations. Whether your child shares his or her time between two single parents, two blended or stepfamilies or a combination of both, our books will help shed positive light on a topic that affects so many children today.
"After Alex Haley s "Roots" aired on television, I thought to myself, how interesting it would be for me to research my family s history. I thought everyone should be interested in his or her ancestral past. After watching this soul stirring saga about an African American tracing his roots all the way back to Africa, and to the tribe from which he descended. I was so intrigued that I thought, if Alex Haley could do it, so can I. It was such a comfort to discover my fore parents migration pattern and how many of them lived as sharecroppers."
On a summer afternoon in 2015, I was driving alone by car along the west coast from Mangalore to Goa. As I revelled at the scenery, I suddenly felt something odd. The next minute, the landscape changed tremendously. A massive wave of emotion took over forcing me to stop. The street was silent. The tree in front of me was ablaze with something I had never seen before. It beckoned. Every leaf, branch, and the trunk lit up with an unimaginable radiance. I was stunned. It was a transformative moment for me. Trees speak. And this Neem tree, growing up along the Margosa Road in the mid-1950s in Malleshwaram, has a story of her own. She develops a special affection for Balu, a child next door. A wonderful relationship develops between them. Till one day, young Balu leaves the city. She misses the little boy. Decades later, she narrates her life, their daily battles for survival, an incredible ‘social web’ that keeps the planet alive. And life in old Bengaluru. What happened to Balu? And to the tree? Did they meet again? What was her life like? What message does she share for humanity? Hear from the whispering tree.
Looking through their family photograph album, Grandma explains to her grandchildren the lives of their parents, grandparents and great-grandparents. Includes activities. Suggested level: junior, primary.
Completely updated for today's search tactics and blockades, The Everything Family Tree Book has even more insight for the stumped! Whether you're searching in a grandparent's attic or through the most cryptic archiving systems, this book has brand-new chapters on what readers have been asking for: Genetics, DNA, and medical information Surname origins and naming Appendix on major genealogical repositories, libraries, and archives Systems for filing and organizing The latest computer software Land, probate, and estate records Chock-full of tips the competitors don't have, this is the one-stop resource for successful sleuthing!
Recipient of a Batchelder Honor Ten-year-old Mafalda hides the fact that she is going blind from her family and friends in this lyrical, bittersweet debut novel from Italian author Paola Peretti that shows you how to overcome the darkness—even when you can’t see the light at the end of the tunnel. There are a lot of things ten-year-old Mafalda cares a lot about. Like, counting the stars in the night sky, playing soccer, and climbing the cherry tree outside her school. Mafalda even goes so far as to keep a list of all these things, because soon she won’t be able to do them anymore—because she’s going blind. Even with her bad eyesight Mafalda can see that people are already treating her differently—and that’s the last thing she wants. So, she hides the fact that her vision is deteriorating faster than anyone predicted, and she makes a plan: When the time is right, she’ll go live in the cherry tree, just like her favorite book character. But as Mafalda loses her sight, surprising things come in to focus. With the help of her family and friends both old and new, Mafalda discovers the things that matter most.
Considers Treasury Dept proposal to eliminate accelerated depreciation of real estate and tax as straight income proceeds from sales above depreciated amount.
A collection of words from the Commander of the Faithful. To be picked up when things cannot be put into words, but only felt. For when you want to listen to the silence.
Have you ever desired to escape and live simply? Have you ever fantasized about moving to a small town? Having spent half of my forty-three year career as a high school principal and volunteer pastor in small towns and counties with less than five thousand people, I learned that bliss was superficial. No matter how positive, people resisted change, especially with a newcomer serving as the agent of change. Kinfolk mattered more than issues. To survive, newcomers walked a fine line and had to learn who controlled and who was related to whom. Relationships mattered more than issues. Good versus evil became obvious. In Freedom's Tree, Rock Creek Valley resembled Canaanite cities with heavily fortified bulwarks. Interstate highway construction had decimated the economy and school reorganization altered valley culture. Perceived as invaders, newcomers arrived in Rock Creek at God's direction, while a murderer escaped detection and residents presumed another's guilt.
This story follows the life of Daniel Goodman IV. Daniel looks back on his life when his son asks him about slavery and racism after learning about it in school.