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The Blackberry Patch

Author : Gina McKnight D'Andrea
ISBN : 9781606963777
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 47. 68 MB
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The Blackberry Patch is an exhilarating, step-by-step journey into the beautiful, lush haven of blackberries! Using all five senses, join author Gina McKnight DAndrea on a hazardous quest through brambles and swarming varmints to find the ultimate blackberry patch for a delicious, natural treat. Readers of all ages will get lost in The Blackberry Patch. Gina McKnight DAndrea began writing at an early age, encouraged by her parents, siblings, and teachers. Living near the Appalachian Mountains with her family inspires Gina to help children encounter the beauty of Gods world through outdoor adventure.

There Is Magic In The Blackberry Patch

Author : S. Yolanda Robinson
ISBN : 9781477170625
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 27. 43 MB
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When Jerrod’s parents found out that he sneaked over to his friend’s house in The Blackberry Patch, they restricted him to see Chad anymore. Soon, Jerrod treated Chad indifferently and Chad was wondering why until finally, Jerrod told him of what his mother told him, “Nothing good has ever come out of the Blackberry Patch...” This annoyed Chad and at the same time realized that there was really something wrong with Blackberry Patch – houses are all the same, no flowers in the yard, and there were a lot of litters in the street. But he still believed there is something more beyond these frustrating situation and he wanted to find out. But was there really magic in the Blackberry Patch? There Is Magic In The Blackberry Patch tells all. Packed with insights and lessons, There Is Magic In The Blackberry Patch is a riveting read that will inspire children to get involved in their communities.

Beyond Poindexter Village

Author : Anna Bishop
ISBN : OCLC:144757117
Genre : African Americans
File Size : 24. 99 MB
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Blackberry Patch

Author : Joy Cowley
ISBN : 1489625372
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 44. 2 MB
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Ten-year-old Rachel takes her little sister Taylor blackberry-picking. "I'll go high," says Rachel. "You go low." Taylor tastes as many blackberries as she picks. Then she discovers a tiny caterpillar, and wants to make it her friend. The day will end with hot berry pie and ice-cream, but will it end with laughter or with tears?

The Blackberry Patch

Author : Emily Bergen
ISBN : 9781503533578
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 71. 41 MB
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It's August, a time for sisters, Jennifer and Amanda to vacation with their Grandparents who reside in the country. Every summer, at this time, they look forward to visiting and sharing country adventures with them. One of their favorites is gathering berries at a familiar blackberry patch situated in an open meadow at the end of a wooded trail. The adventure turns out to be more than just gathering berries when Amanda makes a special discovery, quite unexpectedly, at the site of the blackberry patch.

Compilation Of Bar Examination Questions

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105060038861
Genre : Bar examinations
File Size : 33. 55 MB
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Lasting Visions Of Floy Bugg Fenwick Mother Of Five Marine Sons

Author : Frederick Fenwick
ISBN : 9781304377432
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 30. 88 MB
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Merriam Press Personal Chronicle 5. First Edition (2013). This is the story of a woman who made a difference here on earth. Born in 1914, she touched the lives of many people during her 90 years. Growing up in the heartland of Kentucky, she married a farmer and lived her entire life working and providing for her family of nine. She was the most wonderful, kind, inspirational and loving mother. On the farm she prepared hearty and bountiful meals three times a day for her family. A lot of hard work was involved in preparing all sorts of food. Fruits and vegetables were planted, harvested, and preserved during the summer to sustain a growing family during the dead of winter. Biscuits, pies, and cakes were all made from scratch. One of her most precious talents was playing the piano. She had learned to play at a very young age and it stuck with her throughout her entire life. She raised five sons and four daughters. All five sons would serve their country in the US Marine Corps. 90 photos, map.

A Taste Of Blackberries

Author : Doris Buchanan Smith
ISBN : 9780064402385
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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What do you do without your best friend? Jamie isn't afraid of anything. Always ready to get into trouble, then right back out of it, he's a fun and exasperating best friend. But when something terrible happens to Jamie, his best friend has to face the tragedy alone. Without Jamie, there are so many impossible questions to answer -- how can your best friend be gone forever? How can some things, like playing games in the sun or the taste of the blackberries that Jamie loved, go on without him?

Life Experiences Recollections Of Mary

Author : Bradley W. Kuhns, Ph.D., O.M.D.
ISBN : 0944647154
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Bradley W. Kuhns, son of Mary Basits took this wonderful ladies notes that she put on paper at the age 85 year- old. At 85-years-old she sat down and wrote approximately 200 (single-spaced pages on a Smith Corona typewriter.They were discovered after her death in 1989. So, Bradley decided to organize them as she put them down on paper (without) changing typos or grammar so as not to take away form the elderly woman's presence.

Going After The Cows

Author : Gary L Jackson
ISBN : 9781467829533
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 45. 14 MB
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Decaying farmsteads with sagging unpainted houses, lone barns, and isolated windmills are common sights along roadways throughout America and particularly in the Midwest. Many small towns are in similar decline with empty stores, vacant houses, closed churches and schools. Some that were thriving in the1950s are nearly gone. Going After The Cows is a memoir that describes the life of a farm boy living in one of those communities in northwestern Missouri in the 1940s and 50s. During that time he witnessed the transition from horsepower to tractor power and changes to the agricultural economy which caused people to leave rural areas and small towns. The author describes and reflects on experiences, institutions, and some of the people and special places that influenced his childhood. The narrative is divided into four interwoven parts. The first deals with daily events on the farm, including the havoc caused by a tornado and his experiences in rural schools and a country church. A second describes four neighbors who provided special memories: an alcoholic hired man; the author’s nearest neighbor and hunting buddy; a wealthy neighbor who could not drive, but owned the latest model automobile; and a well-educated eccentric bachelor who could quote the classics. Several chapters are devoted to special places, including the marsh and creek, and to activities such as duck hunting and fishing that enriched daily life and led to his appreciation of nature. In the final chapter he reflects on changes which have occurred in rural life during the past sixty years, pleads for better resource management, and speculates on the future of this and similar communities.

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