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Author: Anne Ursu
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062049240
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The winner of numerous awards and recipient of four starred reviews, Anne Ursu's Breadcrumbs is a stunning and heartbreaking story of growing up, wrapped in a modern-day fairy tale. Once upon a time, Hazel and Jack were best friends. But that was before he stopped talking to her and disappeared into a forest with a mysterious woman made of ice. Now it's up to Hazel to go in after him. Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen," Breadcrumbs is a stunningly original fairy tale of modern-day America, a dazzling ode to the power of fantasy, and a heartbreaking meditation on how growing up is as much a choice as it is something that happens to us. In Breadcrumbs, Anne Ursu tells, in her one-of-a-kind voice, a story that brings together fifty years of children's literature in a tale as modern as it is timeless. Hazel's journey to come to terms with her evolving friendship with Jack will deeply resonate with young readers. Supports the Common Core State Standards

Spiritual Breadcrumbs From The Universe

Author: Jim Brown
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1456766651
Size: 18.98 MB
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Jim Brown has written a book that will lift your spirits and inspire your mind! Read it and then re-read it and share it with people you love! They will be blessed by this book!" Willie Jolley - Award Winning Speaker, Media Personality and Author of "A Setback Is A Setup For A Comeback" and "An Attitude of Excellence!"

Following Breadcrumbs

Author: Jamie Johnston
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1532029276
Size: 30.19 MB
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As an LA tween in the mid-1960s, Jamie Johnstonfree-spirited, fiercely independent Hollywood brat and daughter of 40s/50s actor-singer Johnny Johnston (Rock Around the Clock)had two significant events forever frozen in her mind. The first of these memories she would share with millionsthe era-defining appearance of the Beatles on Ed Sullivan in 1964. The second memory, however, was much more intimate. It was a bright summers day in 1966 when she stood rapt, watching one of the undisputed kings of the Sunset Strip, the Byrds Gene Clark, coolly entering the legendary Whisky a Go Go. Little did Jamie know that a mere nine years after having her life changed by the Fab Four, her female duo, the Skiffles, would be signed to a record deal with Beatles producer, George Martin, or that twenty years hence, she would embark upon a passionate affair with the ill-fated ex-Byrd Clark, who died at the age of forty-six in 1991. What begins as an up-close-and-personal commentary of an era that changed the world, with many of its famous players traversing through the pages, evolves into a tragic love story. Praise for Following Breadcrumbs Following Breadcrumbs is a tell-all rock-and-roll memoir with a conscience (Tom Sandford, the Clarkophile Blog, Toronto, Canada).

Breadcrumbs For Beginners

Author: Dr. Sherry L. Meinberg
Publisher: BalboaPress
ISBN: 1452571678
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Breadcrumbs for Beginners provides a practical and entertaining umbrella approach to the world of the writer. It covers the process—from just thinking about writing to actually putting pen to paper, and then revising, and finally info as to what to do to get a manuscript published and promoted.

Breadcrumbs From The Universe

Author: Nida Comparin
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1452528292
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Nicla Comparin embarked on a life of soul exploration, emotional summersaults and transformation after her mothers death in 2007. In those heartbreaking times, she learned an important lesson: She was not in control of her life. By surrendering to the invisible, she gained acceptance of her mothers death. In that moment, she experienced liberation, freedom and a peaceful feeling of immensity. Now aware that the life she had been living was just an illusion, her journey to truth and peace could finally begin. In Breadcrumbs from the Universe, Nicla Comparin touches on different mattersfear, karma, forgiveness, patience, mind detoxification, compassion, and more. She shares her new way of thinking, her new way of living, and her new attitude to embrace lifes experiences fully. Written while immersed in her soul growth, Breadcrumbs from the Universe explores the transformational shift from the rawness of grief to the epiphany that life is a gift with an unknown expiration date. The genuine love of the community from her small town in Italy touched her deeply at one of the most difficult times of her life. This book is dedicated to them and their compassionate and caring hearts.

Searching For Breadcrumbs

Author: Lisa Germano
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781523746088
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John B. Titus is a model for leadership in this story of a baseball field and its community.


Author: Francis J. Shaw
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781545003947
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Read any good stories lately? I am sure you have. They sent you on a journey-perhaps to another place, a different time...somewhere you have never been before. Tales, yarns, legends and fables fill our human history, and stories are as powerful today as they have always been. Have you ever wondered why you can't resist going? It's time to find out...Breadcrumbs invites you to further adventures. Traveling across time, along crooked paths, wooded trails, and on mountain tops, you will discover:* Why stories are critical to well-being and the hidden mystery you are searching to uncover* How to interpret the twists and turns of life and find the meaning that makes all the difference* How to identify the breadcrumbs that reveal the most important story of them allIn this collection you will meet some familiar friends and perhaps make some new ones:* In Breadcrumbs, we are on the yellow brick with Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz and in the woods with H�nsel and Gretel. Two seemingly very different stories, but could there be a key that unlocks both?* The King's Gambit (longlisted for the 2015 Notting Hill Editions International Essay Prize) takes us on a very different journey-into the complex world of chess. All kinds of characters appear, and one makes a fateful decision that may have changed history* Next, we are with Frodo and the Fellowship of the Ring. Sitting on the mountaintop, staring at Mt. Doom, there's a Crisis in Middle Earth and it's not only the one you imagine* Slowing it down, join me and Timothy the Tortoise, as we travel through time to answer a question-are we humans truly making progress?* Picture this-you have been found guilty of a crime. Your execution is only moments away and your one hope is a wandering preacher your executioners dislike immensely. Just what was The Sandman doing?* If you feel your story has come to a grinding halt, read The Butterfly Effect, as it's all about you, the most important room where you live, and what you may need to do to get your story moving forward if you are feeling stuck* Finally, join me and genius, Albert Einstein. I promise no theoretical physics skills are needed, because what I went seeking was a Special Theory of Spiritual Relativity. Did I find it?Ready for some adventures? There's no need to pack. All you need is what every story asks of us-to be open to all the possibilities, because whatever we seek on our journey-inspiration, healing, hope, purpose...our answers are waiting and all we have to do is keep turning the pages.


Author: Dan McKinnon
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 9781628718669
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In this collection of original short fiction, memoirs and vignettes composed over a span of fifteen years, Dan McKinnon echoes and reexamines the truth of God's love and ever-presence. His language is refreshingly tight and rhythmic: [A]ll gospel tracts are written by a small group of aged, white, legalistic and bespectacled males (a fair description of me), who seldom venture beyond the small, dark cells where they live and toil. (They leave their cells a few times a week to attend church, buy fresh writing supplies, and replace the few, select sections of the Bibles they've worn out.) Memoirs are lucid, engaging and deeply affecting. Vignettes are taut, evocative and surprisingly varied in structure and voice. Short fiction covers the spectrum from allegory (His son was much more valuable to him than the souls they wanted to win [...but] he realized that if the cross changed even one person, it was worth the cost.); sci-fi (After devouring a big breakfast of egg-o-like, simu-bac meat product, flapjack substitute, and a flagon of coff-eine, Smit reconnoitered to clear his escape.); and noir thriller ("Listen, do not speak," a male voice on the phone said in unaccented English. The efficient, detached voice continued, "Go to SeaTac airport tomorrow..."). In "Chief," a Western vignette narrated by the son of an Indian chief, the sentences are simple and declarative, identifying the narrator as a non-native English speaker and adding a sort of innocence to the message. "Social Services" is a moving examination of the inadequacies of the titular institution, and of the difference one man can make. Staggeringly versatile, certain to continue honing his craft, Dan McKinnon is an author to watch. Dan McKinnon lives with his wife Donna, great-nephew Colton, dog Angel and two cats Boots and Baby in Shoreline, WA. He has worked as a contract technical writer at Microsoft.