Whispers Of The Deprived
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|Author||: Vithal Agrawal|
|Editor||: Educreation Publishing|
This is a book that tells the life story of two young children who lived on the streets of Delhi. These two poor children Raghu and Disha found their way out of extreme poverty to the helm of extreme success. They not only betrayed their own destiny but also listened to the whispers of the deprived and helped them. It is a story about how a small act of humanity can lead to a big change in society.
|Author||: Evangelia Balta,Matthias Kappler|
|Editor||: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag|
The Karamanlides are Greek Orthodox Christians originally located in Central Anatolia with Turkish as their primary language. Cries and Whispers in Karamanlidika Books contains the papers presented at the First International Conference on Karamanlidika Studies (Nicosia, 11th-13th September 2008). Since the main problems of research in "Karamanlidika" are the lack of analytical studies, the absence of scholarly exchange between researchers, as well as the politicization and political manipulation of the subject, the conference was intended to bring together specialists in the field to present papers dealing expressly with the phenomenon without political dilatation and expansion. Being a first approach to the intricate subject, the conference aimed to create a scientific platform for further research and cooperation between scholars. Historians, linguists and researchers in literature were asked to pose questions concerning the production of Karamanlidika printed works and manuscripts, the reasons that determined this production, its quantity and its quality as well as the subjects who produced and assimilated it.
|Author||: Elizabeth J. Crowl|
This is a dark collection of poems during the most trying times in my life. These poems describe my emotions during some of the worst situations I have been through so far. This is the beginning of at least a three part series to bring awareness to all types of issues.
|Author||: Daniel Clarke Eddy|
|Author||: Lydia Denworth|
“A skilled science translator, Denworth makes decibels, teslas and brain plasticity understandable to all.”—Washington Post Lydia Denworth’s third son, Alex, was nearly two when he was identified with significant hearing loss that was likely to get worse. Denworth knew the importance of enrichment to the developing brain but had never contemplated the opposite: deprivation. How would a child’s brain grow outside the world of sound? How would he communicate? Would he learn to read and write? An acclaimed science journalist as well as a mother, Denworth made it her mission to find out, interviewing experts on language development, inventors of groundbreaking technology, Deaf leaders, and neuroscientists at the frontiers of brain plasticity research. I Can Hear You Whisper chronicles Denworth’s search for answers—and her new understanding of Deaf culture and the exquisite relationship between sound, language, and learning.
|Author||: Fiona Doyle|
|Editor||: Univ. of Queensland Press|
This absorbing and personal account of Wik activist Jean George Awumpun offers a rare understanding of Aboriginal identity and traditional land. To illustrate her proud Alngith Wikwaya beginnings, Awumpun's early history is told through family member and Alngith descendant Fiona Doyle. This ancestral history combines with the story of Awumpun's struggle in the Wik native title claims, which advanced the earlier Mabo Decision onto mainland Australia. Using photographs, traditionally inspired art and language terms, Fiona Doyle invites us into the heart of Cape York's Wikwaya country.
|Author||: Lisa Jackson|
When Voices In The Night Become Whispers. . . In the chill of an Oregon night, a man plunges to his death. Another vanishes without a trace. A third drowns in the murky waters of a quiet lake. Alone in the dark, a ruthless killer is certain that every loose end has been cut, every enemy silenced except one. . . Be Afraid. . . It's been sixteen years since Claire St. John fled in terror from her family's home on Lake Arrowhead. Sixteen years since her fiancé's tragic death and the shocking secret she promised never to reveal to anyone. But that was before journalist Kane Moran began probing the mystery of that horrible night, turning a light on the darkest corners of Claire's life, exposing her once again to a cold-blooded murderer's vicious fury. . . Be Very Afraid. . . Now, as Claire returns home to face a past she's tried to forget, another body is unearthed, revealing the twisted nature of a killer who is ready at last to make Claire pay the ultimate price...
|Author||: Larrie Gale Ph.D.|
|Editor||: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.|
Marc, from the United States, meets and falls for Amala from India. Each is powerfully attracted to the other, but can their differences be merged into strengths through commitment to each other and to shared Christian values? Can parents change their feelings and views of the world to support them? Is it possible that a happy family can be created by two individuals from such diversity? The story takes Marc and Amala through an emotional roller coaster as they consider their choices and the consequences of what friends and family see as a forbidden romance which can only end in pain.
|Author||: Pamela Martin|
|Editor||: Greenleaf Book Group|
A gripping saga of covert government action, classism, and modern espionage, Hard Whispers runs at full speed with a spellbinding intensity that dances on the edge of reality.
|Author||: Michael Angelo Sippo|
|Editor||: Author House|
The author of Drifting Seasons returns with his second poetry collection of sonnets, short stories, and a new epic tale. Nocturnal Whispers shares the emotional thoughts, prayers, and inner struggles we face alone while pondering late at night or lying awake in bed. Inspired by personal experiences and events, the author teases these feeling through riddles and lullabies along with a new cast of war torn soldiers, mystical mages and love stricken romantics. The author again uses different rhyming patterns to give each character a unique voice and personality while implementing various structures to give each piece a different perspective. Step into the worn boots of lonely veterans looking for acceptance, pray with the lost souls looking for a second chance and fall into the embrace of a loved one who will make you feel safe while you rest. Through hidden messages and play on words, the author asks his reads to think outside what is normally perceived and to look at each story closely with a different view. He also invites his readers to place themselves into each character to connect with each feeling and maybe evening find something deeper about themselves. Each story can be read alone or shared with family and friends of all ages whether it is to tackle a question in your head, to share a story while tucking someone in bed, to send good wishes to a loved one far away, or dream that someone special comes close to you this day. So many times we feel alone at night and wonder what to do. Use these moments to sit back and reflect. Listen to what the night and your surroundings whisper. Let go of the emotions we anchor within ourselves deep. Let each riddle ease your worries away, let each lullaby bring you a sweat dream, and let each story provide a sense of hope and help you arise to a new day.
|Author||: Richard Chizmar,Brian James Freeman|
Darkness Whispers will introduce you to the town of Windbrook, a sleepy little community nestled deep in the secluded Skullkin Valley of western Pennsylvania. All is well in Windbrook, just like usual, just like always. Nothing changes here, nothing is different. Except... except today something is different. An old man with piercing gray eyes will arrive in town this morning. This man isn't human. Not even close. And he isn't coming alone. Death travels with him. Richard Chizmar, award-winning author of A Long December, and Brian James Freeman, acclaimed author of The Painted Darkness, have combined forces to create an old-fashioned tale of horror, full of good and evil, with a breathtaking ending that will leave you wondering when this peculiar old man might be coming for you.
|Author||: Charity Tahmaseb|
|Editor||: Collins Mark Books|
Here be dragons … six of them. Often mercurial, preternaturally perceptive, always inscrutable. What if you had to barter for your village while tied to a stake? Or if the one thing you always wanted—a dragon of your own—was forever denied? Where might a midnight chase through a stately hotel lead? From adversary to lover to devoted friend, from epic to urban fantasy—follow six heroines as they encounter six very different dragons. They’ll barter and bargain, chase and be chased, and in the end, learn the true meaning of dragon’s bane. Dragon Whispers gathers together the dragon stories from The (Love) Stories for 2020 project: Aleag the Great Knight at the Royal Arms Fire and Ivy Dragon’s End Heart Whisper Dragon’s Bane Let the adventure begin!
|Author||: Jeanette Lewis|
|Editor||: Jeanette Lewis|
A thousand dreams sparked through her, memories of late nights and sweet whispers when they’d dreamed of their future together. A family where he was Dad, and she would be Mom. But it hadn’t happened. As the executor of her grandfather’s estate, Melanie Bowers is returning to Indigo Bay for the first time in years. Her goal is to be in and out before anyone in town knows she’s there – especially Penn, the high school sweetheart who broke her heart by joining the military and leaving her alone, with no promise for their future together. Penn Westover was anxious to complete his tour of duty, then spend the rest of his life with Melanie. But his dream shattered when she married someone else. He reluctantly moved on with his life, but he never forgot. When Melanie and Penn reconnect in Indigo Bay and realize they’re both single again, their chemistry comes roaring back. The sparks are still there, but can they move beyond their painful memories and forgive, or are they better off leaving the past alone?
|Author||: Lorraine Blundell|
COLORFUL CHARACTERS TUMBLE FROM THE PAGES AS POMPEII LIVES AGAIN. A.D. 59. Nero, a corrupt and narcissistic sadist rules the Roman Empire. Eventually, tired of the Emperor’s determination to destroy the social and political fabric of Roman life, a group of senators, praetorians and courtiers conspire to assassinate him. Pompeii is a city of secrets with a reputation for wealth, leisure and the good life. Culturally rich and oozing energy, it exudes a zest for living unmatched by Rome’s cold, corrupt magnificence. Murder and revenge will fuel support for the conspiracy, from those Pompeians with every reason to despise Nero. And Pompeii hides another secret. What is the mystery of the villa with the room of the crimson frescoes? Rome’s Empress, Poppaea, born in Pompeii, struggles to cope with Nero’s madness, her political ambitions, and her longing for a glamorous lover hidden in a villa in nearby Oplontis. Through the novel’s pages walks Praxus, a praetorian guard. His inner struggle between decency and his oath to a murderous Emperor, represents the core of goodness that remains inherent in Roman society.
|Author||: Marilyn D. Donahue|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
In each of our lives at one time or another, there may have been instances when we've needed the comfort of a loved one or just the reassurance that everything would be alright. Whispers of Faith is a collection of poems written to generate a sense of knowing that no matter what circumstance you may be going through, there is Someone who is able to help you get through it. These poems touch and explore various aspects of our everyday lives. They not only encourage us to reflect on our spiritual lives, but they encourage us to take a look at the world around us. These poems also challenge us to reflect on the paths we have taken, as well as the path in which we are headed. Following are excerpts from a few poems contained in this volume: Whispers Sometimes I feel lonely, that I just don't belong, And God whispers to me "I'll help you be strong." Sometimes I feel angry when people aren't just, And God whispers to me "Just where is your trust?" Sometimes when I'm feeling that God isn't near, Then He whispers and says "I'm always right here." Take A Little Time My days were dark and troubled, my heart was full of pain, My mind was being told that my works were all in vain. I struggled for a time, 'cause I couldn't see the way. I tried things on my own, but I had to stop and pray. Whenever you're in despair and you can't see the way, Just stop what you're doing and take a little time to pray. That Sunrise I've never seen a sunrise like the one I saw today. It made me see the splendor of God's majestic array. There were no words to describe the way it made me feel. There was a sense of humbling, which my spirit had to yield. If I would ever see God beyond my physical eyes, And see Him with mySpirit, He was there in that sunrise.