Everybody Is Somebody
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|Author||: Henry Winkler,Lin Oliver|
In the final book of this bestselling easy-to-read series, Hank begins a new chapter! When a well-known author of a beloved book series visits Hank's school, he and his two best friends get the chance to be her guide for the day and introduce her at an assembly. But Hank, embarrassed by his struggles with reading, tries to hide the fact that he's never actually finished reading the author's books--or any book, for that matter! So Hank gets creative and makes up his own version of the story. But will everyone be able to tell fact from fiction? This bestselling series written by Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver is perfect for the transitional reader. With a unique, easy-to-read font, endless humor, and characters every kid would want to be friends with, any story with Hank is an adventure!
|Author||: Helen McAvity|
|Editor||: Dramatists Play Service, Inc.|
THE STORY: Having been a stage mother when her daughter, Frances, was pursuing an acting career, Maggie has now become a stage grandmother; running her daughter's household; spoiling her teenage grandson and his friends; and treating her son-in-law
|Author||: Suzanne Supplee|
Retta Lee Jones is blessed with a beautiful voice and has big dreams of leaving her tiny Tennessee hometown. With a beaten down car, a pocketful of hard-earned waitressing money, and stars in her eyes, Retta sets out to make it big in Nashville. But the road to success isn?t a smooth one in a town filled with dreamers, and Retta begins to have doubts: can she make her mark while staying true to herslf? From the breakout author of Artichoke?s Heart, this bighearted novel is a must-read for anyone who has ever chased a dream (or hummed along with Taylor Swift).
|Author||: Ashley Mason|
This children's story is about two chipmunks who struggle for their own identity, and it is intended to encourage young children to be their own individual person. The chipmunks and their furry playmates realize that everyone is different and that everyone offers something special and unique to the world.
|Author||: Lolly Daskal|
Do people see you as the kind of leader you want to be? Are your strongest leadership qualities getting in the way of your greatness? After decades of advising and inspiring some of the most eminent chief executives in the world, Lolly Daskal has uncovered a startling pattern: within each leader are powerful abilities that are also hidden impediments to greatness. She’s witnessed many highly driven, overachieving leaders rise to prominence fueled by well-honed skill sets, only to falter when the shadow sides of the same skills emerge. Now Daskal reveals her proven system, which leaders at any level can apply to dramatically improve their results. It begins with identifying your distinctive leadership archetype and recognizing its shadow: ■ The Rebel, driven by confidence, becomes the Imposter, plagued by self-doubt. ■ The Explorer, fueled by intuition, becomes the Exploiter, master of manipulation. ■ The Truth Teller, who embraces candor, becomes the Deceiver, who creates suspicion. ■ The Hero, embodying courage, becomes the Bystander, an outright coward. ■ The Inventor, brimming with integrity, becomes the Destroyer, who is morally corrupt. ■ The Navigator, trusts and is trusted, becomes the Fixer, endlessly arrogant. ■ The Knight, for whom loyalty is everything, becomes the Mercenary, who is perpetually self-serving. Using psychology, philosophy, and her own experience, Daskal offers a breakthrough perspective on leadership. She’ll take you inside some of the most cloistered boardrooms, let you in on deeply personal conversations with industry leaders, and introduce you to luminaries who’ve changed the world. Her insights will help you rethink everything you know to become the leader you truly want to be.
|Author||: Ron Hall,Denver Moore|
|Editor||: Thomas Nelson|
Everybody can help somebody—even you! "I used to spend a lotta time worryin' that I was different from other people . . . But I found out everybody’s different—the same kind of different as me.” Little Denver grew up very poor, and he didn’t get to go to school. As time passed, Denver decided to hop a train to the big city for a different life. But that life was difficult, and Denver spent many years as a homeless man. But God showed His love through two people who were very different from Denver. Based on Same Kind of Different As Me, the emotional tale of Denver Moore’s life story, this unique children’s book includes Denver’s original art. Parents and children alike will be moved by this powerful story and will never forget the unexpected and life-changing things that can happen when we help somebody. "Nobody can help everybody, but everybody can help somebody.” Meets national education standards.
|Author||: Musa Bako|
EVERYBODY NEEDS SOMEBODY is written to empower you with tools to achieving a healthy and fruitful relationship in all spheres. This author says there is something good in everybody. Everybody has something to offer the world. Everybody can be a blessing to someone. Everything God has ever made has got value, is beautiful and has a purpose. In this book you will discover that: There is a purpose for your existence, you can know your purpose and can achieve it. You need people to become what God intended for you to be. God does not bring people together just for the sake of it. Everybody you come in contact with has something to do with your destiny. Multicultural and multiracial relationships are God’s idea. We may look different from each other but we all are the same, created to be connected and are relevant to each other. This book will show you how to deal with the stigma of singleness and the challenge of loneliness. You will discover how to form healthy and productive relationships, how to redirect sexual desires as a single person, ways to resolve conflicts more effectively and strengthen the relationships you have. You can have and enjoy the best of every relationship.
|Author||: Ron Hall,Denver Moore|
|Editor||: Thomas Nelson|
A dangerous, homeless drifter who grew up picking cotton in virtual slavery.An upscale art dealer accustomed to the worldof Armani and Chanel.A gutsy woman with a stubborn dream.A story so incredible no novelist would dare dream it. It begins outside a burning plantation hut in Louisiana. . . and an East Texas honky-tonk . . .and, without a doubt, in the heart of God. It unfolds in a Hollywood hacienda . . . an upscale New York gallery . . . a downtown dumpster. . . a Texas ranch. Gritty with pain and betrayal and brutality, it also shines with an unexpected, life-changing love. This incredible retelling now includes an interview with the authors and a reader’s guide that is perfect for individual or group study. The most inspirational and emotionally gripping story of faith, fortitude, and friendship I have ever read. A powerful example of the healing, restorative power of forgiveness and the transformational, life changing power of unconditional love.—Mark Clayman, Executive Producer forthe Academy Award–nominatedThe Pursuit of Happyness Denver Moore and Ron Hall’s story is one thatmoved me to tears. The friendship that formsbetween these two men at a time when both were ingreat need is an inspiration to all of us to be morecompassionate to everyone we come in contact with. This is truly a wonderful book!—Mrs. Barbara Bush
|Author||: Ed Gorman|
|Editor||: Overamstel Uitgevers|
There is a body in a gazebo, and the chief suspect is not long for this world Small-town lawyer and private detective Sam McCain is enjoying a cocktail party, dancing with a lovelier specimen than his five-foot-five-inch frame usually attracts, when the hostess confronts him with a problem the likes of which Good Housekeeping has never seen. There is a corpse in the backyard gazebo, and the party is definitely over. The murdered girl was the twenty-year-old daughter of the town’s Cadillac dealer, a troubled young woman with a self-destructive streak. The police focus their investigation on her drag-racing boyfriend, local bad boy David Egan, whom McCain agrees to defend. When Egan dies in a freak car accident, the case seems closed. But examining the hot rod shows a cut brake line—and a motive for a killing far more complicated than good girl gone bad.
|Author||: Allen Rhea Hunt|
|Editor||: Beacon Publishing Incorporated|
Forgiveness will unleash a power in your life that is underrated and often ignored. It is underrated mainly because it is underused. We fail to capture the power of forgiveness because we are afraid of it, because we have grown comfortable in our familiar wounds, or because we are sinfully stubborn. But the power is there waiting for us. The lesson is simple: Give forgiveness and you will unleash a flood of grace on yourself and on those around you. When you clench your fists and grit your teeth in anger toward someone, you have no room in your heart for God to place His hand in yours. Replace your clenched fist with an open hand and watch as God fills your soul to overflowing. This little book, and the twelve real-life stories in it, will help you capture the power of forgiveness in your life. Because everybody needs to forgive somebody.
|Author||: Fabian M.C. Kuykendall|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
Man of Few Words is my story. It reads like a journal that chronicles my life. It’s a compilation of poems, songs, essays, short stories, and thoughts derived from experiences both direct and indirect, fiction and nonfiction. This book is my truth, my autobiography, words that are written on the pages of me. The irony of the title is not to be lost on the reader; though I’m a man of few words, I have so much to say. I discovered a passion for poetry at the age of fourteen. During this period, I was going through a lot of changes in my life. I had just moved with my grandma to what was a spiritually binding neighborhood and I was just beginning high school. As I felt my childhood was over, I quickly fell into a depression and subsequently dropped out of school. I was confused and overwhelmed by emotions that I’d never felt before. Feeling the need to express myself, I was fatefully inspired to write. I began writing what I call “albums” of conceptual compositions, collections of poems that would later become the chapters of my book. While I didn’t use my entire catalogue for this book, I chose the compositions that I feel best represent my artistic vision. These poems are listed in chronological order, revealing my journey and evolution of words. This book was inspired by my irrepressible need for creative expression. I always thought that I’d write a book somewhere down the line, but that somewhere became here and that here became now. It’s amazing how your destiny has a way of claiming you before you realize your destiny. I used to dream of being a music producer, and I thought that because I dreamed it, this was what I was supposed to be. But my dreams were interrupted when my true calling chose me. Writing became a passion of mine because it allowed me to fully and fearlessly represent myself. Anything I want to be or say can be done with the boundlessness of artistic freedom. I am free to be an artist as I paint images with words. In many ways, writing communicates a message more clearly and profoundly than spoken language. When someone is reading your written word, they are forced to listen and actually hear what you have to say. I believe that the hardships I went through as a teenager was for this purpose, to write these words that tell my story. It might even seem like a gift from depression, but I believe that my calling is a gift from God. For this reason, it is my obligation to share my gift. I just might inspire someone else to write as they read my story and find the motivation to tell their own. My goal, through my words, is to be the impetus that provides people with a deeper respect for the craft. What I hope to accomplish with this book is to have people gain a more profound understanding of me. I believe that I have a lot to offer through my words for those who are interested and willing to listen. To many people, I’m a man of few words because I don’t often reveal myself through my personality or my existence. What I want these and other people to know is that there’s more to me; I’m not just one-dimensional. I’m a host of imperfections and contradictions with a multifaceted depth. I encourage you to learn me, to read my words and not my silence.
|Author||: Eileen Spinelli|
|Editor||: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers|
One wintry day, a postman delivers a mysterious package with a big pink bow to a lonely man named Mr. Hatch. “Somebody loves you,” the note says. “Somebody loves me!” Mr. Hatch sings as he dusts his living room. “Somebody loves me!” Mr. Hatch whistles as he does his errands in town. “But who,” Mr. Hatch wonders, “could that somebody be?” When Mr. Hatch discovers just who his secret admirer is, the answer is even better than he could have guessed!
|Author||: Emmanuel Adetula|
|Editor||: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform|
This book is about life experiences in relationship with others and it encourages others to write books about important events of their own life too, because a person mind may go before his body, because you can live long into the old age, but your faculties may die while you are still alive due to stress response to events in your life, whether it's pressure to win or relationship woes with love ones or different kind of experiences in business, social , religious or political partnership with others. Life disappointments, successes and failures, up and down we go through in life can knock out short- and long-term memories and such outcome may not be positive at old age, then how do you gather your memories of the past events of your life to tell your own story to counter the argument of those who may want to profit from your failure or success while discrediting your life experiences when your memory are gone, Here the Author from personal experiences exposed the fact that you cannot replace somebody with nobody, if you have somebody and you let go of that somebody, or somebody left you alone by yourself , you will end up as somebody with nobody until you get another somebody .If you failed to get a replacement for that somebody that separated from you then your life may end up as nobody who belongs to everybody but trusting nobody because everybody want to be taking advantage of you because you belong to nobody . When your life belongs to nobody and nobody care about you despite your potentials , and you have nobody to trust with your life, then you may grow up to be for everybody because everybody that sense your potentials would be free to have access to you because you too is looking for somebody and so somebody will always come to attached themselves in relationship with you for their own selfish goals and objectives to milk water from your roots. If nobody owned you or raised you with love and affections and support the development of your natural gifts and talents when you were growing up, and nobody was there for you to spray off the parasites, and cut off the tree branches that are flying about the space seeking where to attached themselves for their own survival , then your life may end up as somebody with nobody who have becomes a parable tree.
|Author||: George Lipsitz|
|Editor||: Temple University Press|
How racism shapes urban spaces and how African Americans create vibrant communities that offer models for more equitable social arrangements.