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1 Year, 2 Kids, 800 Sq Ft-Adventures of a Small Family on the Big Island of Hawaii Julie Ziemelis
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One Year, Two Kids and 800 Square Feet is an adventure anthology of the struggles and triumphs of what happened when Julie and Eric Ziemelis moved their family from Silicon Valley into a one bedroom, one bathroom 800 square foot condo for a one year renovation and family adventure on the Big Island of Hawaii. The family’s year of adventure and adversity was chronicled through Julie's "Talk Story" emails she sent out to friends and family while living in Kailua Kona, Hawaii from August 2005 through July of 2006. Julie takes you on a life changing journey from California to Kailua-Kona, including current retrospective insights and wisdom after each chapter. From the exploits of working ...
13 IS our lucky number Ericka Wilson
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9798885673853
Don’t give up. Elijah never did. This NICU baby came out at 29 weeks and 900 grams. Then he had the nerve to drop more weight. How scary is that? But Elijah demonstrated to his family and friends that he is strong, he is determined, and that we had nothing to worry about. If there was ever a story of courage, Elijah’s story is it. This is also a story for nurses, doctors, and hospitals – there are families connected to those wires, not just readings. Eljiah’s story is told at first through the dad’s blog that he began on wordpress – NICU Dad. Then facebook posts of both parents are intermixed in between. Through social media, you see Elijah grow and you see Elijah overachieve. Th ...
A Dawg’s Gotta Run… Country Boy Goes West! Harold S. Thompson
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Book 2 (Color Version) of Harold Sinclair Thompson's collection of stories of growing up in Mississippi. Harold, now 101, has moved to Colorado and is enjoying life in a new place. He is a model of living happily with diversity and being a friend to all. His forward reads: "Notice: Don’t use this book to learn how to spell. ... I really can’t waste any more time trying to find how to spell a word – I know what it means, so why bother? So, from now on, I’m writing my own dictionary. Come to think about it, what did they know about what a word means? Anyway, you need to guessoligy sometimes. Look it up in Webster’s and see what you get. ... That’s enough time, give it your ow ...
A Dopeboy's Resume Darnicea Hope
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The real story of Cheese, a young, black male from an inner-city in America who became a product of his environment after making choices with his life with limited options. A Dopeboy’s Resume details his upbringing from the baby crib to the corner crack sales to the blood that eventually stained the concrete.
A Father's Legacy - Transcribed David D. Lorbecki Jr.
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A Journey Across the Ocean Edwin Loh
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ISBN: 9798885676267
Family History of Chinese immigrant experience in America.
A Lattier Family History by John M. Lattier, Ph.D.
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The history of the Lattier family is told in parallel with the history of France and Louisiana. There are many photographs and images throughout the book, along with a family tree at the end.
A Page of Memories Joanne Wisby
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ISBN: 9798885671705
This is a memoir on the lives of the Wisby family who left their home in the US for two years to live and work in Liberia.
A TIME APART Bob Semenza
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Although “A Time Apart,” is a novel, and the dialogue is imagined, it is based on actual events which were told in my book “The Last Best of All Times,” about my upbringing in West New Rochelle. This story is narrated by the protagonist, Bobby Belmonte, who, in the latter part of his life, is reminiscing about those early years, as the world is evolving from the devastating effects of the COVID- 19 pandemic. It centers on the summer before his last year at Saint Joseph’s elementary school, transporting the reader back to “A Time Apart” from the present, based on his boyish recollections of his family, the school, the church, the Boys Club, and the games they invented, and the special jo ...
A Walk Down Memory Lane Esther Gingerich
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Although Suvilla Bontrager Hershberger weighed less than four pounds when she was born at home in 1919, she survived and lived to the ripe old age of 92. Suvilla was expected to pitch in and help with the work while still young and she worked hard all through her life. As she lived through the depression years she learned the necessity for frugality. And as part of a tight-knit Amish community she learned the art of caring and sharing. In 1997 while living in Sun City, Arizona, Suvilla participated in a class for writing life stories. She laboriously hand wrote her story on ruled tablet paper and had it copied for each of her children and grandchildren. Now her daughter has transcribe ...

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