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Grandma Bee

Author : Harmony Rayne
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story of how one woman gave selflessly to those she loved near and far this story embraces selfless love for family and others. travel with the author as she shares about how her grandmother inspired her to be the woman, wife and mother she is today.

The Wiley Blackwell Anthology Of African American Literature Volume 1

Author : Gene Andrew Jarrett
ISBN : 9781118604960
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Wiley Blackwell Anthology of African AmericanLiterature is a comprehensive collection of poems, shortstories, novellas, novels, plays, autobiographies, and essaysauthored by African Americans from the eighteenth century until thepresent. Evenly divided into two volumes, it is also thefirst such anthology to be conceived and published for bothclassroom and online education in the new millennium. Reflects the current scholarly and pedagogic structure ofAfrican American literary studies Selects literary texts according to extensive research onclassroom adoptions, scholarship, and the expert opinions ofleading professors Organizes literary texts according to more appropriate periodsof literary history, dividing them into seven sections thataccurately depict intellectual, cultural, and politicalmovements Includes more reprints of entire works and longer selections ofmajor works than any other anthology of its kind This first volume contains a comprehensive collection oftexts authored by African Americans from the eighteenth centuryuntil the 1920s The two volumes of this landmark anthology can also be ahref="http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1118824776.html"boughtas a set/a, at over 20% savings.

Harper S New Monthly Magazine Volume Viii

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Living Blues

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You Don T Know Me When The Stars Call Your Name

Author : Rg Cantalupo
ISBN : 1733288309
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"The most engaging, hilarious, and imaginative stories about a young person coming of age since "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn!" Rainbo is born with a special gift, she is able to speak to creatures of the natural world. But what happens when Rainbo's mother sees her "speaking" with a snake? Or listening to stars call her name? This magic realism tale, narrated by a multi-ethnic young girl, resonates with such wisdom and truth, the reader is struck by a rare and memorable beauty! As Rainbo says, "This is the most eye-poppin', jaw-droppin', extraordinary, fantastic, adventure stories of all time, and if you don't like it, just bring it back and I'm sure these friendly people who got me to write this would give you your money back.In the meantime, bon voyage and adieu and happy trails and all that. Your friend, rainbo b. seed P.S. Here's the beginning of my book if you want to read more."You don't know me......but I ain't who you think I am.I ain't red or yellow or black or brown or white.I'm all those colors and more!Grandma says I'm all those colors and more because I'm the granddaughter of the First Peoples of the World.'Course I don't take everything grandma says as fact, being as she communes with spirits and ghosts and the like.One thing for sure: I know nothing about The World. I mean--snakes alive!-how am I supposed to know The World, when I can't even tell you why the sky is blue, or where my freckles come from, or what makes the moon change into jack o' lantern faces each night.Wait! I ain't told you who I am yet have I?I do that.I get so caught up in the telling sometimes I forget to tell what people wants to know first.So...I'm Rainbo. Rainbo B. Seed. Rainbo after all them colors I done told you 'bout and B after Bwana, a great African Princess. Bwana means beautiful in Swahili, least that's what my mama says, and you don't be crossing mama when she tells you such a thing.Anyways, I ain't so beautiful with my pink freckles and my red hair that's so curly even my curls got curlicues. So no, I don't go by Bwana.I just go by Rainbo, or Rainbo B., or Rainbo B. Seed if people want to be formal.Now first off, I ain't no witch, and neither is my grandma. I mean Pooff!, I couldn't turn you into a toad even if I wanted to. That's black magic bizness and, like I said, I'm no witch, not even a white one!I'm a whisperer. A snake-whisperer. I know, you ain't never heard of no snake-whisperer. You've heard about horse-whisperers and dog-whisperers and elephant-whisperers and monkey-whisperers and dolphin-whisperers.Maybe you even heard of whisperers who whisper to the whisperers in such soft sweet sounds that even butterflies and bees can hear their whispers as they flutter from flower to flower.But snakes!-that's a leap of faith across the Grand Canyon of your imagination! I was born with the gift of hearing the suspirating voices of the reptilian realm, and that's the upside down of it!!! Somehow the reptilian part of my brain got tuned in to the reptilian part of reptile's brains and I could hear everything they thought and said under their whispering breaths. And if it happened I won "America's Got Talent" and became famous and helped the Snake Clan to fly, well, that happened more by accident than by sorcery.Uh oh!!!Someone's knocking on my door....?...?...?Okay.I think we're safe... See, I ain't supposed to be writing this. 'Cause I'm kinda under house arrest. With the F-B-I. They call it Witness Protection!'Cept I ain't no witness and I sure don't feel protected. Not from Ivan Putinovitz and his Russian goons. But I ain't about to keep quiet so long as those news people keep spreading lies about me.So let's go!!

Famous

Author : Simone Bryant
ISBN : 1426879148
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At prestigious Pace Academy, the Pacesetters make the rules. But in the world outside, being rich and popular doesn't always get you what you want.… Starr has ambition, charisma and—thanks to her father's record company—all the connections to get her group major exposure. Just one problem: Starr can't sing, and now her friends are looking to replace her with her archrival, Natalee. Dionne is excited about being the rapper of the group—even if her parents don't approve. But it's hard to focus on her rhymes when there is too much drama at home. Marisol loves the stage, though it's dancing, not singing, that's in her blood. She'd do anything for her friends—except give up her own shot at stardom. With ego trippin' and infighting tearing their friendship apart, Starr, Dionne and Marisol are finding that the big time comes with even bigger problems.…

Both Sides Now The Story Of Rock And Roll Presents Oldies On Cd

Author : Mike Callahan
ISBN : UOM:39015054353399
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60 Years Of Recorded Jazz 1917 1977

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The Independent

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The Indian Listener

Author : All India Radio,Bombay
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The Indian Listener began in 22 December, 1935 and was the successor to the Indian Radio Times, which was published beginning in July of 1927 with editions in Bengali.The Indian Listener became "Akashvani" in January, 1958.It consist of list of programmes,Programme information and photographs of different performing arrtist of ALL INDIA RADIO. NAME OF THE JOURNAL: The Indian Listener LANGUAGE OF THE JOURNAL: English DATE,MONTH & YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 22-09-1936 PERIODICITY OF THE JOURNAL: Fortnightly NUMBER OF PAGES: 56 VOLUME NUMBER: Vol. I. No. 19. BROADCAST PROGRAMME SCHEDULE PUBLISHED(PAGE NOS): 954-983 ARTICLES: 1. From Microphone To Receiver 2. How Valves Are Made 3. Along The Frontier (The Biluch Tribes of Dera Ghazi Khan) 4. Short-Wave Wireless Communication Author of Article: 1. Unknown 2. K.D.Rodgers 3. A.V.Askwith 4. A.V.Ladner, A.M INST.C.E.,and C.R Stoner Keywords: 1. Ether Waves, Carrier Wave And Sidebands, Audio-Frequency Harmonics 2. Valve, Electrode Rigidity, capping 3. Dera Ghazi Khan, Aleppo, Biluch, Delhi 4. Book Review, Short-Wave Communication, Commercial Wireless Telephone Circuits Document ID:INL-1935-36 (D-D) Vol-I (19)

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