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Minding Ben

Author : Victoria Brown
ISBN : 9781401325930
Genre : Fiction
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At sixteen, Grace Caton boards her first airplane, leaving behind the tropical papaya and guava trees of her small village in Trinidad for another island, this one with tall buildings, graceful parks, and all the books she can read. At least that's what Grace imagines. But from the moment she touches down, nothing goes as planned. The aunt who had promised to watch over her disappears, and Grace finds herself on her own. Grace stumbles into the colorful world of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, having been taken in hand, sort of, by a fellow islander, Sylvia. Here, she's surrounded by other immigrants also finding their way in America. From her Orthodox Jewish landlord, Jacob, to her wannabe Jamaican friend, Kathy, who feels that every outfit can be improved with a Bedazzler and a low-cut top, there's much to learn about her new city. Most challenging of all is figuring out her new employers, the Bruckners, an upper-middle-class family in Manhattan. The job is strange--Grace's duties range from taking daily nude photos of her pregnant boss (a shock to her, since she's never even seen her own mother naked) to dressing in a traditional maid's costume to serve Passover seder. But Grace loves four-year-old Ben, and she's intrigued by the alternately friendly and scheming nannies who spend their days in Union Square Park, and by their constant gossip about who's hired, who's fired, and who, scandalously, married her boss. As the seasons change, Grace discovers that the Bruckners have surprising secrets of their own, and her life becomes increasingly complicated and confusing. But opportunities appear in the most unexpected places, and Grace realizes that she's living in a city--and a world--where anything is possible.

A Golden Year And Its Lessons Of Labour

Author : Golden year
ISBN : OXFORD:600052900
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Ben Franklin S Guide To Wealth

Author : Erin Barrett
ISBN : 157324953X
Genre : Self-Help
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A guide full of great advice for living a richly rewarding life, this handbook is a 21st-century version of Ben Franklin's "The Way of Wealth."

Rescue Ben

Author : R.b. Smith
ISBN : 9781458208606
Genre : Fiction
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Ben is a dog in search of his family. They bought a new house, and while traveling to the new location, Ben chased a cat. He couldn’t help it; the cat was teasing him! When he returned, though, he found his family was gone. Now, he’ll do anything to get back to young Roy and Molly, but Ben has never been out in the world on his own. He was with his family since his puppy years. How will he survive in the big world, filled with loud noises, angry cars, and mean people? However, not everyone is mean. On his desperate search, Ben comes upon good humans—humans who need his help. Although the dog needs rescuing, so do many people out there, who are just as scared as Ben. Will Ben ever find his way to his family’s new home, or will the perils of the wild world keep him away? Everywhere he goes, Ben makes an impression; he makes things better and makes new friends. Still, he searches for Roy and Molly. With the endless devotion of man’s best friend, Ben won’t stop his journey until he is safely in the arms of his loving family.

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

Author : Herman J. Viola
ISBN : 1555663222
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Chronicles the life of Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell, the only Native American serving in Congress today, discussing how he overcame his troubled youth to achieve success in many different fields.

Red Sky In The Morning

Author : Elizabeth Laird
ISBN : 9780330477994
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Twelve-year-old Anna is looking forward to the birth of her baby brother. Ben arrives, but is disabled and will never be like other children. Anna loves him with her whole heart, but she finds herself unable to admit the truth of Ben's condition to her school friends. Eventually the truth gets out and leads not to the ridicule Anna expected, but to sympathy and understanding. An emotional and wonderfully written story by Elizabeth Laird, Red Sky in the Morning was Highly Commended for the Carnegie Medal.

Minding Mind

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ISBN : 9780834824867
Genre : Religion
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Some types of meditation are aimed at promoting a sense of confidence and well-being in everyday life, while other types focus on producing altered states of consciousness, transcending the world, or developing skills for serving other people. The instructions in this book focus on the highest type of all, "pure, clear meditation": a state of true objectivity that enables the practitioner to use all the other types of meditation freely and consciously, without becoming fixated or obsessed. Minding Mind is based on traditional texts by renowned teachers from various Buddhist schools of China, Japan, and Korea.

Minding Your Own Business

Author : Raymond S. Moore
ISBN : 1561210080
Genre : Business & Economics
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Minding Borders

Author : Nicola Gardini
ISBN : 1909662631
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Both comparative criticism and translation cross borders, yet borders that have been crossed still exist. Even a border that has been dismantled is likely to reappear in a different place, or as a less obvious set of limiting practices: migrant texts and migrant ideas, like migrant people, may not achieve full citizenship in their new locations. Of course, there is a creative aspect to borders too, as postcolonial theory in particular has emphasized. Borders are contact zones, generators of hybridity, spaces of exchange, cross-fertilization, and enrichment. For all these reasons, borders require minding - thinking about, managing, even in a sense policing. Rather than celebrating the crossing of borders, or dreaming of their abolition, Minding Borders traces their troubling and yet generative resilience. It explores how borders define as well as exclude, protect as well as violate, and nurture some identities while negating others. The contributors range comparatively across geography, politics, cultural circulation, creativity, and the structuration of academic disciplines, hoping that the analysis of borders in one domain may illuminate their workings in another. Whatever other form a border takes it is always also a border in the mind.

Ben Jonson S London

Author : Fran C. Chalfant
ISBN : 9780820332918
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Ben Jonson was a Londoner. He lived there from infancy, left for only brief periods of travel, and used various locales in or near London as the settings for eleven of his seventeen plays. Ben Jonson's London opens with a discussion of the purpose, scope, and success of Jonson's use of London settings as Placenames. Chalfant demonstrates that Ben Jonson brought the same judicious, erudite, and dramatically functional insight to his handling of London topography-from overall settings to very brief mentions-as he did to his well-known use of classical, mythological, and iconographical detail.

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