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You Can Do Anything Daddy

Publisher: Putnam Publishing Group
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After receiving assurances that his father would save him from increasingly dangerous and scary pirates, a boy reassures his father in return.

Do U Know Who Your Daddy Is

Author: Robert Montgomery
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1410778789
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Johnny Skull's life experiences from 1998 to early 2006 are explored as flashbacks during his wedding celebration in the fall of 2007. This book, the third in the Johnny Skull series, documents the young newspaperman's odyssey from the time he graduates from college in Arizona, until just before he takes a job at The Valentine Voice, the setting for the first Johnny Skull novel. Unlike its prequels "Small-Town Weekly," which documents the day-to-day operation of a small-town weekly newspaper, and "Small Pebbles, Long Shadows," which follows an investigation that eventually exposes an Islamic terrorist plot to destroy the American way of life "Happiness is the Road" follows Johnny's career through seven different jobs as he learns the publishing business. In Texas, at his first job that lasts only one day, he is run out of town by the sheriff's daughter. In Kentucky, he saves the life of his next boss and earns a job at a newspaper in Maine. In North Dakota, he rescues a newspaper from mediocrity and brings it into the twenty-first century. In Colorado, he starts a brand new weekly newspaper, only to lose his job just before 9/11/01 when a new owner acquires that newspaper. In Arizona, he resurrects a failing mining magazine to its former exemplary status, and becomes a successful fine art photographer. As the communications director for a trade organization in Washington, he goes head to head with his new boss who has some strange views on intra-office relations. And, in Nevada, he helps a congressman get elected. But the story also reveals the dark side of ex-Marine Johnny Skull, as he uses the lessons he'd learned from his grandfather to avenge the honor of his friends.

Wide Awake In The Pelican State

Author: Ann Brewster Dobie
Publisher: LSU Press
ISBN: 0807148229
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Wide Awake in the Pelican State -- which mimics the title of Dinty W. Moore's contribution to the collection -- brings together twenty-one of the finest modern writers who claim Louisiana as home, having lived all or some part of their lives in the Pelican State. Each author shares the knack of telling a good story, a Louisiana tradition that dates back two hundred years to the tales told by African American griots and the stories swapped among Mississippi river workers on boats, in taverns, and around campfires. Though united by talent and place, these writers speak with inflections that vary by gender, race, education, religion, and time spent elsewhere. Their stories are also richly diverse, ranging from Ernest Gaines's humorous portrait of black culture in rural Louisiana to Tim Parrish's aching depiction of white working-class family life in Baton Rouge, from Ellen Gilchrist's acerbically funny rendering of wealthy New Orleans bankers to Richard Ford's flinty unfolding of a father-son relationship in the marshy netherworld south of the Crescent City. The pieces span the full swath of Louisiana experience, be it the life of a Vietnamese refugee in Lake Charles or the miraculous appearance of the image of Jesus on a refrigerator in Holly Springs. In addition to their Louisiana-rooted inspiration and highest regard for craft, the stories in Wide Awake in the Pelican State share a deep humanity. These are stories about people -- noble and nefarious, some living high and others down on their luck -- as they fathom the tragic depths and comic heights of love, betrayal, family, change, and life writ large. Contributors to Wide Awake in the Pelican State: John Biguenet, James Lee Burke, Robert Olen Butler, Kelly Cherry, Moira Crone, Albert Belisle Davis, Charles deGravelles, John Dufresne, Richard Ford, Ernest J. Gaines, Louis Gallo, Tim Gautreaux, Norman German, Ellen Gilchrist, Joan Arbour Grant, Shirley Ann Grau, Dinty W. Moore, Tim Parrish, Tom Piazza, Nancy Richard, James Wilcox.

A To Zoo Subject Access To Children S Picture Books 10th Edition

Author: Rebecca L. Thomas
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440834350
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Whether used for thematic story times, program and curriculum planning, readers' advisory, or collection development, this updated edition of the well-known companion makes finding the right picture books for your library a breeze. • Offers easy subject access to children's picture books • Features a user-friendly organization • Provides in-depth indexing and full bibliographic detail

Are We Divorced Too Daddy

Author: Vickie Gunnells-Hodge
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595134246
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This book is hopefully the voice for every child who experiences any of the downs of divorce, simply because one parent chooses to do his own thing for “Just Right Now.” Divorce is hard enough for the child in and of itself without their having to deal with the fact that that loving missing parent believes his needs are more important than his child’s. This is where I believe a real difference exist in Americans and Jamaicans. Jamaicans seem to have a stronger feel for Family, Elders and loyalty. Fatherhood is not a temporary position! Most men here are more than enthused when it comes to promoting themselves for the sake of their business; it makes you wonder how does their enthusiasm diminish when it comes to involvement with their own flesh and blood! If they would just try giving themselves completely for a little while to that child they would surely see that their children’s love would fill the void they’re denying, and the love given and received from them will last longer, and weigh greater than anything else, forever.

Why Daddy Why

Author: Emelia Hardy
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1462076440
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The reader will be drawn irresistably into the world of the author who presents a catalogue of abuse and cruelty suffered by herself as an innocent child, first at the hands of her alcoholic father, then by nuns, and later by a heartless husband who raped and beat her. This is compulsive reading. The book shows how the shadow of a father's cruelty can be cast over the whole life of a child--a child who, in this instance, never failed to turn the other cheek, or return love for cruelty and abuse, who manifested, in the end, the overriding power and strength of Christ who advocated love above all things. The book is a protest against domestic violence and institutionalised cruelty, and will hopefully stand as a beacon and warning against the violations suffered by so many Emelias whose heartfelt cries go unheard behind the closed or locked doors of our apparently respectable western civilization.

Daddy When I Grow Up Will My Vote Count

Author: Roy Brown
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595330053
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We have to give up our rights to make it right. We have a second chance to make it right. Let us not dwell on the fact that we have had problems, they were not stumbling blocks but actually steppingstones. Reading Daddy, When I Grow Up Will My Vote Count? will allow you to put some issues behind you, and to reach that level, that you have been striving for. So that you can leave a mark that cannot be erased.

A Bad Seed

Author: Laura Beckham
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1453582576
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My mother came from a large family, and she loved to tell me about all the things she got into with her brothers and sisters. When she began to lose her short-term memory, she could still recall in vivid detail all of the stories she had told me as I was growing up. She knew that I enjoyed writing, and she asked me if I would like to come stay with her once and write down all the things she could remember. What a priceless gift! This collection of short stories was inspired by her insight and sense of humor. I also drew inspiration from observations I made as a child and, later, as an adult living in rural areas throughout the South and Midwest. The stories in my collection deal with the struggles and triumphs of people from other periods of time, some far in the past, others close enough that we baby-boomers can remember. And yet, regardless of how far separated we are from these times, we still share the same emotions. Most of us can relate to one or more of these: the contrition in the heart of the young teacher who punished her student too severely in A Bad Seed, the anguish of the soldier who made a frightening and controversial decision in Grandpa Kelly Never Played Soldier; the agony of a young man over the abortion of his child in A Matter of Life or the decision of a middle-aged single woman to give hers up for adoption in Presented In Honor; the difficulty of dealing with grief in Pretendin' Dont Make It So and Cleaning Mamas Grave; the devastation of a no-win situation in Mollies Victory; and the sometimes sensitive, sometimes hilarious insecurities of childhood in Emma's Turn, Raising Up Jesus, and A Cultural Experience. The way of life depicted here has mostly disappeared. Even very isolated areas have access to satellite television and the Internet these days. In many ways, this is wonderful. Advances in medical care and psychological counseling can be shared, social skills can be honed, modern entertainment is available anywhere at the touch of a button. There are way too many advantages to list. But the homogeneous effect of this progress has diminished the richness of tradition and the eccentric charms that made rural areas so unique. Art will suffer when there is no one left to remember.

Nelly Gnu And Daddy Too

Author: Anna Dewdney
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 042528977X
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Building a playhouse along with her beloved father, Nelly Gnu accompanies him to the store and is accidentally separated from him while searching for the perfect paint.