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Sing Your Song

Author : Ph. D. Marjorie McLachlan Booker
ISBN : 9781615799725
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Marjorie Yvette Booker was born in Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies. She received her early education in Jamaica and in London, England. After moving to the U.S.A. in 1954 she later graduated from L.I.F.E. Bible College, California State University at Los Angeles (B.A.), Pepperdine University (M.S.) and the American International University (Ph.D.). Dr. Booker, now retired, taught in the L.A.U.S.D. for twenty-eight years, and is the founder and President of the Christian Foundation School, Inc. for the past thirty-nine years. She has literally touched the lives of thousands of children and adults during her years of teaching and ministering. She has received many awards of distinction: Most Admired Woman of the Decade (given by the Board of International Research of the American Biographical Institute); Certificate of Appreciation from the School of Education (University of Southern California). Her autobiographies have been published in Who's Who in California and Foremost Women of the Twentieth Century, 1988, Cambridge, England. In November 1998, Dr. Booker was appointed Supervisor of Women for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Church of God in Christ. Most of all Dr. Booker loves the Lord and is dedicated to do His will.

Booker S Song

Author : Hannah Walker
ISBN : 153761536X
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Rillian Mascini is one of the most knowledgeable mages in the world. Spending his days and sometimes nights with his nose in a book has taught him magic and histories that few care to remember. He has a passion for dragons that pulls him to learn all he can about them, including their language. He is one of the last people left alive who can speak to the magnificent beasts. Conwyn D'Aver is squad leader of the Dragon Riders. He will do whatever it takes to protect the dragons and people he has given his oath to serve. Nothing is more important, and when Neela, his personal dragon, is attacked, Conwyn is out for blood. He vows to find the threat and defeat it. When an old spell book is found that gives a person the power to control all dragons, Conwyn will do anything he can to keep it from getting into the wrong hands, even if that means teaming up with the bookish Rillian to find a way to overcome the evil enemies who seek to gain the power. Together with the dragons, the two men must find a way to protect everything they both love, but while doing so, they risk losing their own hearts to each other. As their enemies seek to destroy them, they learn that sometimes it takes love and trust to defeat the things we fear the most.

Mariah S Song

Author : Rod Collins
ISBN : 9780977880577
Genre : Fiction
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Cartel vengeance in Oregon’s Lake County plagues Sheriff Henry “Bud” Blair until his friends plan war against the Ortegas in the Mexican state of Sonora in an effort to keep Bud safe from reprisals. In a surprising turn of events, a rival cartel tries to make sure Bud’s friends leave Mexican affairs to Mexicans. Back at home, Bud has his own hands full. Mariah’s Song also takes the reader into the desperate world of drug addition. When street-wise, thirteen-year-old Mariah finds her mother passed out on the living room couch, she says “Babs, you’re gonna get high once too often.” And when she sees Manny, her mother’s live-in boyfriend trying to beat a man to death, her involuntary shout earns her a threat that sends her running for her life. Her flight takes her to the High Desert where an Amber Alert leads Sheriff Blair and his deputies on a desperate search to find Mariah before Manny does.

The Booker Effect

Author : Frederick Manuel
ISBN : 9781426927195
Genre : Fiction
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Help Overcoming Painful Experiences (H.O.P.E.) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to help people experience a life transformation through their emotional pain so they can live the purpose-filled, victorious life God intended and designed them to live. We set people free from emotional bondage and empower them to live a transformed life. To accomplish our purpose, the H.O.P.E. program was designed to help people 1) resurrect hope, 2) overcome emotional pain from a variety of issues, 3) build a safe and healthy support network, 4) comprehend the truths about God in the midst of pain while exposing and replacing lies, and 5) experience a life transformation through the healing and restorative power of Jesus Christ. Our transformation model consists of three levels. Doorway to H.O.P.E. is Level 1 and centers on Three Truths About Life. These truths are used as encouragement for accepting and beginning God's process of transformation. They also resurrect hope, expose needs and lies, tear down barriers to making healthy changes and "wet appetites" for experiencing how God can transform us through our pain.

The Wearing Of The Green Song Book

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ISBN : BL:A0017823819
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The Booker T Washington Papers

Author : Booker T. Washington
ISBN : 025200728X
Genre : Social Science
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The memoirs and accounts of the Black educator are presented with letters, speeches, personal documents, and other writings reflecting his life and career.

Booker Something That Rhymes

Author : Tannie Stovall
ISBN : 9781462823437
Genre : Fiction
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BOOKER By Tannie STOVALL Summary The actions begins in 1988 with a trip from Saint Petersburg Russia to France by Kasia Klucznicki and her daughter, Halina in order to visit their aging relative Jeannot who lives in a château in the Tarn Valley. A short time after that, Booker Johnson, the son of black Americans parents born in France who detains both American and French citizenship, flees France for the United States in order to avoid French military service. Booker’s father Johnny, a sharecropper’s son, who became wealthy in France in the early 1960ies, is disappointed with his son’s action. Booker has an excellent French bourgeois education, which clashes with the working class background of his father. An appreciable part of the book is about the mending of relations between father and son. In California, when the Berlin wall was crumbling in 1989, Roy McPherson, a specialist in fabricating high performing computer chips feels that his country the United States will become increasingly arrogant in the future and decides to send industrial secrets to Russia via the internet. Booker quickly became disenchanted with the United States and moves to Mexico where he meets Halina. Halina’s father, Vicktor Klucznicki is working with the Russian litigation but in reality, he is a KGB agent who assignment is procuring industrial technology from the United States. Halina deliberately becomes pregnant by Booker and then elopes with him. When the CIA becomes aware that Klucznicki’s daughter is married to an American, they exploit this fact in order to discover his real activities. During a prolonged visit to Russia, Booker becomes a businessman in order to please his wife who accuses him of being a social parasite. Booker’s father Johnny visits them. Before and after the visit Johnny supplies the CIA with enough information so that a CIA agent, Martinez, can deduce Klucznicki’s activities which leads to the exposure of McPherson plus the dismantling of a Soviet spy ring in the United States. However, Johnny became very fond of the Klucznicki’s and them of him. Klucznicki’s relation with Booker causes him some troubles on his job with the KGB. Booker opens a cabaret similar to one that his father owns in Paris, which causes him to have difficulties with the Russian underworld. The Klucznicki’s were an important family in Galicia in the 19th century. All that is left of their grandeur is the château in the Tarn valley, which they want to preserve in spite of the large debts of its owner. Also, Halina is the last direct descendant of Marek Klucznicki, the most illustrious of their family and they would like for her children to carry the name Klucznicki. In the end, very surprising solutions are found which save the château for the family, gives the name Klucznicki to Halina’s children, save Booker from the Russian Mafia and save Klucznicki’s job with the KGB. McPherson ends up in jail. On one level, the book is about Johnny and his son. Johnny came to Paris on his honeymoon after serving honorably in the Korean’s war. He found life much more agreeable in Paris than in his hometown in Alabama so he decided to stay. He was a good soldier and a loyal American but after experiencing the difference in treatment between Paris and Alabama, he had a long during love-hate relation with the United States. The parts of the novel related by him are sometimes written in a crude language. The books contain a fair amount of technical information about ciphering and deciphering information. It also explains the unique character of the French Stock market during the period it covers. And there are realistic descriptions of the life of the principle character, African American Booker in Russia and in rural France. On another level, the interest of the book, is the interaction between Booker the Klucznicki family. Initially Halina’s family had a gut racial hatred for Booker as they have for Germans, Russians of none Polish descent and

Whites New Illustrated Melodeon Song Book

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The Long Song

Author : Andrea Levy
ISBN : 9781472203069
Genre : Fiction
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You do not know me yet. My son Thomas, who is publishing this book, tells me, it is customary at this place in a novel to give the reader a little taste of the story that is held within these pages. As your storyteller, I am to convey that this tale is set in Jamaica during the last turbulent years of slavery and the early years of freedom that followed. July is a slave girl who lives upon a sugar plantation named Amity and it is her life that is the subject of this tale. She was there when the Baptist War raged in 1831, and she was present when slavery was declared no more. My son says I must convey how the story tells also of July's mama Kitty, of the negroes that worked the plantation land, of Caroline Mortimer the white woman who owned the plantation and many more persons besides - far too many for me to list here. But what befalls them all is carefully chronicled upon these pages for you to peruse. Perhaps, my son suggests, I might write that it is a thrilling journey through that time in the company of people who lived it. All this he wishes me to pen so the reader can decide if this is a novel they might care to consider. Cha, I tell my son, what fuss-fuss. Come, let them just read it for themselves.

Encyclopedia Of Great Popular Song Recordings

Author : Steve Sullivan
ISBN : 9780810882966
Genre : Music
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From John Philip Sousa to Green Day, from Scott Joplin to Kanye West, from Stephen Foster to Coldplay, The Encyclopedia of Great Popular Song Recordings, Volumes 1 and 2 covers the vast scope of its subject with virtually unprecedented breadth and depth. Approximately 1,000 key song recordings from 1889 to the present are explored in full, unveiling the stories behind the songs, the recordings, the performers, and the songwriters. Beginning the journey in the era of Victorian parlor balladry, brass bands, and ragtime with the advent of the record industry, readers witness the birth of the blues and the dawn of jazz in the 1910s and the emergence of country music on record and the shift from acoustic to electrical recording in the 1920s. The odyssey continues through the Swing Era of the 1930s; rhythm & blues, bluegrass, and bebop in the 1940s; the rock & roll revolution of the 1950s; modern soul, the British invasion, and the folk-rock movement of the 1960s; and finally into the modern era through the musical streams of disco, punk, grunge, hip-hop, and contemporary dance-pop. Sullivan, however, also takes critical detours by extending the coverage to genres neglected in pop music histories, from ethnic and world music, the gospel recording of both black and white artists, and lesser-known traditional folk tunes that reach back hundreds of years. This book is ideal for anyone who truly loves popular music in all of its glorious variety, and anyone wishing to learn more about the roots of virtually all the music we hear today. Popular music fans, as well as scholars of recording history and technology and students of the intersections between music and cultural history will all find this book to be informative and interesting.

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