The Spur of the Moment
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|Author||: Cook David C|
|Editor||: David C Cook|
Spur-of-the-Moment Crafts presents over 200 fun Bible craft ideas and instructions—loaded with flexibility and creativity—that don't require any advance preparation. A perfect resource for busy teachers who want to reinforce biblical truths in an easy, fun, and memorable way. Designed for children in grades 1–6.
|Author||: Anya Reiss|
|Editor||: Oberon Books|
12 year old Delilah enjoys High School Musical, swim parties and ogling the lodger. Whilst her parents throw verbal grenades at one another, they barely notice their 21 year old tenant starting to notice her. The debut play by Anya Reiss, written when she was seventeen, it looks at the distance between close family relations and a young girl on the brink of adolescence.
|Author||: Theresa Alan|
You Never Know When The Right Guy Will Come Along. . . At least Ana Jacobs has a sense of humor. Between the constant struggle with her incredible shrinking wardrobe and her ever-expanding waistline, her boss the Big Weasel, and her current unrequited love, she needs every laugh she can get. Especially when it comes to Jason Hess. He's the gorgeous, green-eyed reason she joined the improv comedy group Iron Pyrits--and he's also one of her six housemates. Jason is everything Ana has always wanted in a man--he's sweet, responsible, funny, and beautiful to look at. In fact, whenever she does, the familiar zing inside seems to prove that he's the one. But getting him to fall for her hasn't been easy. Is it her size? Her nerves onstage? Or has she missed something that's been right in front of her all along? Maybe the zing factor isn't the most important thing. Maybe the kind of love that jumps out when you're least expecting it is. . . Praise for the Novels of Theresa Alan "A wonderful and fun read not to be missed!" --Chicklitbooks.com on The Girls' Global Guide to Guys "Reminiscent of Bridget Jones's Diary and Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, Alan's is a novel to be savored like a good box of chocolates." --Booklist on Who You Know
|Author||: Mary J. Davis|
|Editor||: David C Cook|
Spur-of-the-Moment Games has loads of games that help keep learning fun! The variety of games help meet the unique needs of class sizes and settings, all with no teacher preparation required!
|Author||: Mary J. Davis|
|Editor||: David C Cook|
Spur-of-the-Moment Preschool Activities gives you all the tools you need to keep the minds and hands of preschool children interested and learning.
|Author||: Cathy Gillen Thacker|
WILD WEST WEDDINGS A Whiplash Wedding Montana millionaire Max Mckendrick had a hankering for arranging whirlwind romances for his heirs. As his attorney, Cisco Kidd had executed the old man's plans with the precision of a master matchmaker. But the cowboy counselor never expected to be a fifteen-minute fiancé in one of Max's grand plans! Cisco's intended, Gillian Taylor, certainly was a prize. In no time her vulnerability activated his protective instincts, her sexy sass turned on his every desire…but her eyes held secrets. Secrets he'd spend their required honeymoon seducing out of her. Why was his anxious bride in such a hurry to say "I do"?
|Author||: Henry James Byron|
|Author||: Perla Meyers|
|Editor||: Morrow Cookbooks|
How to Cook at Home When You're Not at Home All Day to Cook Spur of the Moment Cook offers 175 spirited yet simple recipes that take into consideration today's full schedules while also indulging the desire for satisfying, homemade dinners. Author Perla Meyers teaches busy cooks the secrets of a well-stocked kitchen and shows how to use the seasonal marketplace to prepare the freshest foods. Perla's practical tips and tempting recipes combine to make cooking on the spur of the moment a delicious experience. The Secrets Of A Well-Stocked Kitchen Revealed Dried pastas, beans, and mushrooms in the pantry Fresh eggs and Yogurt in the refrigerator Crisp produce in the vegetable bin Vanilla beans and cocoa in the baking cabinet Savory Dishes With 6 Ingredients Or Less Zucchini Frittata with Parmesan Soft Polenta with Braised Leeks and Mascarpone Grilled Chicken Breasts with Chinese Mustard and Honey Glaze Pan-Seared Salmon with Creme Fraiche, Shallot, and Chive Sauce On The Table In Under 30 Minutes Fettuccine in Smoked Salmon and Chive Essence Shallot and Herb-Infused Lamb Chops Seared Swordfish with a Puree of Sweet-and-Spicy Peppers Simple Sweet Endings Catalan Bittersweet Chocolate, Orange, and Pine Nut TartPeach Gratin with Creamy Pecan CrumbleOven-Baked Rice Pudding with Lemon and Raisins
|Author||: Michael Digiacomo|
This book was written for non-native speakers of English and those learning English as a second or foreign language. This book is different from standard grammar books because it looks at grammar points that are easily and often confused either because of translation issues or simple misunderstandings. The points I've included here come from many years of experience helping people learn English and analyzing the most common errors that are made.
|Author||: Judith Humphrey|
|Editor||: John Wiley & Sons|
Be Prepared to Lead in the Moment: Assess, think, and respond on-the-spot Impromptu shows leaders how to think on their feet and respond eloquently in every situation. Never have there been so many opportunities to inspire and influence in everyday situations -- elevator chats, corridor conversations, networking gatherings, meetings, and ceremonial events. Indeed, today the most iconic leadership moments are spontaneous, spur-of-the-moment events that reveal the inner workings of the leader's mind. When these impromptu opportunities arise, leaders must be able to listen, think, and respond within seconds. They don't read a script from a page, they convey the narrative that is already in their mind. They can tailor a message—in a meeting, in the corridor, or in a tweet—to influence and inspire any audience. Those who shine in that moment are remembered for their leadership. Those who stumble are remembered for their gaffes, mixed messages, or insensitivity. Nobody remembers the leaders who retreat to their office, formulate a strategic plan, and distribute a memo the following week. Guided by her entrepreneurial success as founder of The Humphrey Group and her firm's work with tens of thousands of leaders over the past 30 years, Judith Humphrey makes clear the importance of preparing to be spontaneous -- as counterintuitive as that may sound! Drawing upon the best impromptu moments from the Greeks to the present, the book looks at every aspect of impromptu speaking. You will learn how to: Think like an impromptu leader Quickly read an audience of one or a thousand Collect your thoughts and craft a persuasive message 'Script' yourself within seconds for any occasion Avoid 'um's' and 'ah's' and use the right words at the right time Discover improv techniques that will enable you to shine Deliver your message with clarity, confidence, and conviction. The ability to speak on the spot is often seen as an innate gift, a talent of 'natural-born' leaders. The truth is, it's a skill that can be learned—a skill that is quickly becoming a must-have for anyone in a leadership position. Impromptu provides clear, actionable guidance to help you reach your full leadership potential. It will enable you to influence and inspire followers on the many 'small stages' that define our daily lives.
|Author||: John Sayles|
It’s 1897. Gold has been discovered in the Yukon. New York is under the sway of Hearst and Pulitzer. And in a few months, an American battleship will explode in a Cuban harbor, plunging the U.S. into war. Spanning five years and half a dozen countries, this is the unforgettable story of that extraordinary moment: the turn of the twentieth century, as seen by one of the greatest storytellers of our time. Shot through with a lyrical intensity and stunning detail that recall Doctorow and Deadwood both, A Moment in the Sun takes the whole era in its sights—from the white-racist coup in Wilmington, North Carolina to the bloody dawn of U.S. interventionism in the Philippines. Beginning with Hod Brackenridge searching for his fortune in the North, and hurtling forward on the voices of a breathtaking range of men and women—Royal Scott, an African American infantryman whose life outside the military has been destroyed; Diosdado Concepcíon, a Filipino insurgent fighting against his country’s new colonizers; and more than a dozen others, Mark Twain and President McKinley’s assassin among them—this is a story as big as its subject: history rediscovered through the lives of the people who made it happen.
|Author||: Richard Matheson|
|Editor||: Harvest Moon Pub|
"This is the face of terror: Anne Marie Henderson, eighteen years of age, her young existence suddenly marred by a savage and wholly unanticipated pursuit by a strange, nightmarish figure of a woman in black, who has appeared as if from nowhere and now at driving gallop chases the terrified girl across the countryside, as if she means to ride her down and kill her - and then suddenly and inexplicably stops, to watch in malignant silence as her prey takes flight. Miss Henderson has no idea whatever as to the motive for this pursuit; worse, not the vaguest notion regarding the identity of her pursuer. Soon enough, she will be given the solution to this twofold mystery, but in a manner far beyond her present capacity to understand, a manner enigmatically bizarre in terms of time and space - which is to say, an answer from the Twilight Zone". This popular long-running series centered around paranoia, , uncertainty and bizarre events, often with a wicked sense of humor and an unexpected twist. Series creator Rod Serling called The Twilight Zone, "a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man... a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It lies between the pit of man's fears, and the summit of his knowledge".
|Author||: Mary Jean Davis|
|Editor||: David C Cook|
Need a great idea-now?! With just a few basic supplies on hand, you can provide children with meaningful activities. Great for those times when your lesson runs short or the sermon runs long.