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Channing O Banning And The Turquoise Trail

Author: Angela Spady
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 071803239X
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High-Flying Adventure to the Wild West When fourth-grade artist Channing O’Banning unearths something very weird on the school playground, she’s sure it’s going to be the biggest thing ever to happen at Greenville Elementary. But things take a rocky turn, and Channing never wants to show her face at school again. Thankfully, Channing finds lots of rocks to hide under when her family visits the American West. With her signature colored pencil stuck in her ponytail and Teeny, the coolest pig on the planet, by her side, Channing discovers that art comes in many different forms—and that God is the greatest artist of all.

Channing O Banning And The Rainforest Rescue

Author: Angela Spady
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 0718032756
Size: 21.16 MB
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What Happens When Your Least Favorite Person Is Your Only Hope for Rescue? When Channing O’Banning’s BFF goes gaga over new boy Marco, Channing wishes she could send him back to where he came from. Her wish turns into her worst nightmare when Marco tags along on her family’s dream trip to Marco’s home country of Costa Rica. With her secret sketchbook in tow, a colored pencil stuck in her ponytail, and adorable pot-bellied pig, Teeny, by her side, Channing embarks on a high-flying adventure through the Costa Rican rainforest. But when the feisty fourth-grade artist makes a few wrong turns and gets lost in the jungle, she discovers that maybe Marco isn’t so bad after all. Through her wild escapades, Channing learns just how important it is to keep the earth—and friendships—healthy.

Catie Conrad How To Become The Most Un Popular Girl In Middle School

Author: Angie Spady
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433684632
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Catie Conrad, fashionista extraordinaire, is back in action in the 2nd book in the Desparate Diva Diaries series, along with best friend Sophie, her brother the “Germ,” and of course Miranda Maroni—her least favorite person on earth! The desperate diva isn’t sure which is worse: the drama at school, or her stressed-out home life. Luckily things get put into perspective as Catie Conrad finds that with faith in God, ALL things are possible. Based on: Galatians 6:9 ?Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. Matthew 10:26 ?Therefore do not fear them. For there is nothing covered that will not be revealed, and hidden that will not be known.

Path Of The Turquoise Warrior

Author: Vicky Meawasige Reed
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780997837100
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In the dead of night and through a snow storm she traveled by herself to Canada. The only comfort she had was a full tank of gas, a cell phone and the company of her memories to ease the anxiety she felt. A gripping tale of a young woman's journey to life through the death of her father. An empowering tale weaved from hardships in her past and revelations in her present.

Catie Conrad Faith Friendship And Fashion Disasters

Author: Angie Spady
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433684624
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Meet, Catie Conrad - a typical, tween, Christian girl with, oh, the weight of the world on her shoulders. And if it isn’t bad enough that no one seems to understand the social pressures of being the greatest at everything, donning the latest fashions, and carrying the trendiest technology, Catie’s dad is about to uproot her and her family to an Indian reservation during spring break for his job. Throw in a school dance, a major art contest, and an arch nemesis known only as Miranda Maroni and there’s bound to be an epic meltdown of biblical proportions. Or, maybe not... Finally a voice in the tween genre that is relatable and no less humorous for girls aged 9 to 12 by author Angie Spady. The first book in a new series titled Desperate Diva Diaries, Catie Conrad: Faith, Friendship, and Fashion Disasters chronicles both the small triumphs and general mishaps of sixth-grade Christian want-to-be diva, Catie Conrad. While her Christian journalist father is often a co-conspirator to making Catie’s life interesting with mission trips and church projects, Catie never ceases to realize God’s hand in all situations.

Every Day With Jesus

Author: Charles Stanley
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 1400314151
Size: 55.13 MB
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Help your children grow closer to the Lord with Every Day with Jesus, the first devotional for children from beloved pastor Dr. Charles Stanley. Each devotion is based on the same themes as those in Dr. Stanley’s bestselling devotional for adults, Every Day in His Presence. These coordinated readings help families grow together in their faith. In his first-ever devotional for children, Dr. Charles Stanley takes to young readers his message of spending time each day with Jesus to develop a strong faith. This version being beautifully coordinated with the adult devotional Every Day in His Presence,adults and children read the same theme and Scripture each day, which is perfect for families to grow in their faith individually and together. Every reading includes a devotional message, Scripture, prayer, and daily takeaway to help young believers develop an intimate and rich relationship with Jesus. The children’s devotional is adapted for reading comprehension, vocabulary, and issues relevant to children. Dr. Stanley is a respected and trusted Christian teacher, and his beautiful devotional brings his life’s message to a whole new generation.

Channing O Banning And The Tickled Pink Pencil Problem

Author: Angela Spady
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780615888903
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Fourth-grade artist Channing O'Banning returns in her third adventure, where she is determined to get the pencil set of her dreams. But when she finds that it's way out of her price range, she and her sidekicks come up with a wild and zany idea. And just when things start to go her way, something horrible happens—her tickled pink pencil gets stolen right out of her ponytail! What will she do now? Certain to make the wish list for both students and teachers, Channing's stories make kids laugh out loud as they associate with the feisty, thoughtful, and introspective main character. Meanwhile, parents are tickled pink at the educational content featured throughout.

Women In Relationships With Bisexual Men

Author: Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0739134590
Size: 15.46 MB
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Framed by a comprehensive review of international research, literature, and film, this book is an intimate journey into the experiences and insights of 79 Australian women in relationships with bisexual men. It takes us into the daily lives, sexual intimacies, and families of MOREs (mixed-orientation relationships) that span the gamut from extremely oppressive experiences with bi-misogynist men to extremely liberating with bi-profeminist men. Aged 19 to 65, the women are in monogamous, open, and polyamorous relationships with bisexual-identifying and/or bisexual-behaving men. The women themselves are bisexual, lesbian, heterosexual, while others refuse to categorize their own sexualities. The book addresses the discovery or disclosure of the man's bisexuality, how the relationships work and where they flounder, how the partners negotiate and establish 'new rules' and boundaries to maintain their relationship, and the impact of class, rural/urban setting, ethnicity, indigeneity, race, religion, and education on these relationships. But this book isn’t only about MOREs. The research, revelations and reflections in this book tell us much about current and shifting global constructions and understandings of intimate relationships, sexual desires and love, and the socio-cultural representations and labeling of genders and sexualities.

Tobacco In History And Culture

Author: Jordan Goodman
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons
ISBN: 9780684314068
Size: 16.54 MB
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This volume, presenting entries from "addiction" to "music, popular," is a social and cultural history of tobacco that charts its story from pre-Columbian America to the present global economy.