Most of the time, I eat lunch with Janine and her Yearbook Club friends. I'm friendly with the guys on my basketball team, but I don't hang out with them outside of school. However, I have lunch with the basketball team whenever Janine ...
Author: Isla Chiu
Publisher: Isla Chiu
She's my best friend. But I want so much more... When I get into my dream college, I should be ecstatic. But going to my dream college means leaving Janine, my best friend and the girl I've secretly been in love with for years. So instead of going to my dream school, I decide to go after my dream girl... A sweet and sexy high school romance short story featuring a hero who knows what he wants and a happy ending! Excerpt: After I take a long, deep breath, I open the email. Dear Rowan Zhao, Congratulations! We are pleased to inform you that you have been accepted… Holy s**t, I got in. “Well?” Janine says impatiently. I stare at her. Her long soft black hair that I’ve touched absentmindedly a million times. Her brown monolid eyes. I remember she wanted to change them because some jerk had made fun of her eyes. I told her she didn’t need to change a d**n thing. Then I hunted down the jerk and told him that if he ever made her feel like s**t again, I would thoroughly kick his a**. The coward actually p*ssed in his pants. I look at her plump reddish lips, the subject of many daydreams. I realize there is something I want more than Harvard. Her. I can’t go to a college without Janine. Even if the college is my dream school.
(Jordan says hi and says to go next door and scratch Cougar's belly for him, because his parents always forget how much Cougar loves belly ... I miss you, but with my best friend here, do I really need my annoying little brother around?
Author: Melissa J. Morgan
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Priya Shah is Camp Lakeview’s resident tomboy—her BFF in the whole world is Jordan: a BOY, but they are just friends. The girls in bunk 4C aren’t buying it, though. Priya’s used to the teasing and thinks she can take it. But during the fourth-division field trip to D.C. she realizes she’s never been more wrong. And when Jordan starts going out with another girl on the trip, Priya must get in touch with her true feelings before it’s too late.
My Best Friend Forever (BFF) When loneliness overcomes You are my best friend forever Through sadness and happiness You are my best friend forever In valleys and wilderness You are my best friend forever No matter what I am going ...
Author: Sharon Johnson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Emotion is a collection of modern age poetry and praise. Sharon Johnson invites us in the emotional side of praise and worship, of bad times and good times, of love, thanksgiving using everyday language. Emotions unveils words unheard or unspoken. This will take your breath away. No matter what your situation, you will find a poem, a praise song or words of inspiration to begin and end your days. Make music of the words or chant them to your favorite rhythm. Here emotions are released and the real therapy begins. Emotion words are provoking and will go beyond the hearts and minds of many. Read it for pleasure, for unleashing your stress, for assurance, for spiritual fulfillment and to relax. It is therapeutic. Emotion is where love, peace and happiness begin if you make it happen. This is just the beginning
Trevor puthisarm around meas Iset my head on hischest. Justthe smell ofhis cologne made ... “Cam, no matter where we are, whether I'm married and you're ina relationship, we will still be best friends. ... he would be my friend forever.
Author: Sheena Binkley
Publisher: Sheena Binkley
Camille Anderson always lived life on the straight and narrow- she never took a chance in life, especially with her best friend, Trevor Williams. The two were next door neighbors and experienced almost everything together. Although the two told each other everything, there was one thing Camille never admitted to Trevor and that was her feelings for him. After being out of town for a job position, Trevor returns to Houston with a new fiancé. He always looked at Camille as just his best friend, but at his engagement party, he starts to look at her in a different light, making him wonder if he is marrying the right woman. With a string of events involving the pair, as well as loyal friends dishing out romance advice, the two realize that being more than friends may not be such a bad idea. In fact, it could be what they needed all along.
FRIEND. FOREVER. The. Bible has some great friendship stories: David and Jonathan, Elijah and Elisha, Ruth and Naomi.... Ruth and Naomi were such BFFs that Ruth promised never to leave Naomi. She said, “Wherever you go, I will go, ...
Author: Sheila Walsh
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
From author Sheila Walsh, the Bible Is My Best Friend Family Devotional connects families to both the word of God and to each other. 52 key scriptures form the basis for the devotions, which build on the verses and challenge the family to commit them to memory.
Debby: And I thought you were my best friend forever! Some BFF you are! You only like me because my mom fixes good lunches. Marianne: She fixed an awful lunch today! (looks at Corwin's lunchbox) What did you bring for lunch?
Author: Lynne Beachner
Readers Theater and Beyond: A Phonics Boost for Reluctant Readers Grades 3-6 takes the best from several bodies of research dealing with phonics, fluency, and character education to create a supportive text for teachers. It's the first book of its kind to take this integrated approach.
She stole my boyfriend and she really thinks that I'M her best friend.” Then I told her, “I'm telling Shelby the truth! About you! ... I caught Shelby and Charlotte shopping for dresses in H&M and each dress said, “Best Friend Forever!
Author: Taina Linares
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
First of all, let me start by saying hello! My name is Shelby Maltalariaz. I know, its a weird last name. Just for your information (before you get to know me), Im not as weird as you might think I am. But I am uncool, unpopular, and very insecure because Im ugly. Why? Because Im fat, I have braces, and for some reason, I find my face a nightmare come true. Lets just say Ive always been like that. My mom always says, Im too young to be going through this. But so what if Im sixteen? That has nothing to do with anything.
For me, it's always nap time.” “Well,that won't work,”said the dragonfly. “Iwant a best friend forever,” she said with a sigh. And with that, she was off in the blink of an eye. 10 She flew all day and flew all night, when suddenly.
Author: Cardelle Szego
Category: Juvenile Fiction
She flew all day and flew all night, when suddenly an alligator came into sight! “Are you my best friend?!” she yelled with delight. A newborn dragonfly takes off into the world in search of her best friend. She meets all kinds of animals, but not everyone is the right friend for her. Some animals just want to hang upside down, some are happy just being on their own, and some have too many friends already! All the dragonfly wants is to find her best friend, but is there someone out there for her?
From then on, I realized that Márcio was the coolest guy ever and I wanted him to be my friend forever. Oh, I almost forgot, and maybe you can even be surprised, but Márcio was the best football player in the gang, and also the one who ...
Author: Dielson Vilela
Publisher: Babelcube Inc.
Category: Young Adult Fiction
Carlos and Márcio are two long time friends. One day, an event leads Carlos to finding out that his best friend, Márcio, is gay. He sees himself paralysed against that revelation. What now? Amid that surprise, Carlos becomes the witness of a coward crime and decides to create a blog to narrate his suffocating agony. In that process, he comes across the violence motivated by the prejudice that creates victims that are from several segments considred minority by the society. By reading "My best friend is gay", we come across adventures, danger, fights, re-encounters and a good pinch of police romance that make the book a realist narrative, easy of being read, understood and experienced by the reader as if they are part of the story, no matter their sexual orientation, religion, culture or ideology.
(Joker) My best friend forever. I will never forget how we meet, you been in my life every since. You've cared from the start. You've been overprotective since I gained your heart. Words can't explain the love I have for you, ...
Author: Brenda Marrie Cole
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Not ashamed of my struggles, not embarrassed of my mistakesI stand up to my downfalls and let my tears bring out my pain. There are no secrets to this face. I worked on different projects with every task of my day. This is an open diary, as I push the pen to tell my story as I allow the world to see my view. I am holding your hand as you walk in my shoes. This is no accident, with me spilling nothing but truth. Some things are hard to believe due to me living so quietly for so long, only giving paper my inner deepest thoughts. Youve known me only through the pages of my books and now wondering how my life looks. It isnt a mystery no more. No more of the selfish me, no more cant find my peace! I am opening up this diary so I can be free!
Release on 2011-11-16 | by Millie L. McGhee-Morris
“Well, when you told me about her it was the same day that our fathers arranged our marriage. ... was in love with you for the longest time when we were children, but I was afraid to tell you for fear of losing my best friend forever.
Author: Millie L. McGhee-Morris
Publisher: WestBow Press
In Drifted Back in Time, follow the story of nineteenth-century love as it crosses the boundaries of race and class. Emily, a young slave, is purchased by the loving Hoover family, who raise her as part of the family. But is she prepared for the expectations made upon her by both Master Hoover and Madam Hoover? Will she be able to provide a future for her children, a future that enables each to decide whether to “pass” for white or be true to themselves and their heritage? This story of love and sacrifice is told through the eyes of Tyara Nordstrom, a descendent plagued by the nightmares of her family’s past who journeys back to learn the truth of her origins, ultimately forced to face her own fears. Drifted Back in Time presents a unique perspective of life in the nineteenth century, when one drop of blood could condemn you to a life of servitude
I will be your best friend, friend forever. I will be your best friend, friend forever. ... I will protect you because you are my best friend now,” Dolia said to are my best friend now,” Dolia said to are my best friend now,” Dolia ...
Author: Christie R Watkins
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Juvenile Fiction
The book is about a young child who struggles with her self-esteem because she was born with a strange birthmark on her cheek, a milkshake birthmark. Even though the children at school and in the neighborhood make fun of her, she always keeps her head up and stays positive. With a little help from her new best friend and her mother, she discovers how special this birthmark makes her and does something wonderful! This book teaches children of all shapes, sizes, colors, and races that no matter what they are going through, they are special. It teaches them that they can overcome any achievement no matter what anyone says about them and to stay positive because they can be who and what they want to be and be successful. This book also teaches some business skills at an early age. Look out for Milkshake Molly’s next book: Milkshake Molly’s Big Surprise
... you'd never do that to me you couldn't you were my best friend! you're still my best friend!—you promised, remember? You said you'd be my best friend FOREVER I hate Noah Spivak later Dear Anjali I'm sitting here staring at my cieling.
Author: Melissa Glenn Haber
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Twelve-year-old Meredith's world is rocked when her best friend Anjali dies from a sudden and severe viral infection. In letters to Anjali, Meredith puzzles through how to cope with the ongoing challenges of school and regular life without her BFF by her side. Complicating matters is the new friendship she develops with Noah, the object of Meredith's and Anjali's shared crush, which leads first to guilt as Meredith and Noah grow closer and then ultimately to revelations that could change everything about what Meredith understands of friendship. Your Best Friend, Meredith is moving and sometimes sad but equal parts funny and accessible--never heavy--via the extremely authentic and relatable voice.
You're my best friend ever You can be my best friend forever You can be my best friend forever I love to say You are ... Then, she turned her aggression back on herself, after painfully realizing that she was unable to rely upon me as a ...
Author: David E. Scharff
Using Winnicott’s classic paper as its starting point, this fascinating collection explores a range of clinical and theoretical psychoanalytic perspectives around relating to "the object." Each author approaches the topic from a different angle, switching among the patient’s use of others in their internal and external lives, their use of their therapist, and the therapist’s own use of their patients. The use of objects is susceptible to wide interpretation and elaboration; it is both a normal phenomenon and a marker for certain personal difficulties, or even psychopathologies, seen in clinical practice. While it is normal for people to relate to others through the lens of their internal objects in ways that give added meaning to aspects of their lives, it becomes problematic when people live as if devoid of a self and instead live almost exclusively through the others who form their internal worlds, often leading them to feel that they cannot be happy until and unless others change. Assessing the significance of objects among adult and child patients, groups and the group-as-object, and exploring Freud’s own use of objects, The Use of the Object in Psychoanalysis will be of significant interest both to experienced psychoanalysts and psychotherapists and to trainees exploring important theoretical questions.
But I'll be your best friend Forever and always. I know you'll only ever look at her that way, But I'll be your best friend Forever and always. Every time, Every time I see you walking by, I want to cry, I want to cry, Every time.
Author: Lily Bennett
Category: Biography & Autobiography
When I was 15, my house caught on fire. Ever since then I have experienced auditory hallucinations. This is my chance to rant, cry, laugh, and prove to the world that schizos can be successful. This is my chance to show that people with mental illnesses can do well. This story shows my ups, my downs, and random things that people will probably either laugh or cry out of embarrassment. But I know you should read it if you ever had someone struggle with a mental illness, or if you yourself ever have. This is my memoir. People ask me, Hey, arent you a bit young to write that? And they arent wrong. But if I can help even one person, well that will be worth it. -Your Favorite Schizo
I want us to be forever friends. I didn't just want to kiss you and ruin everything forever.” “Kissing me wouldn't ruin everything forever,” I said. “It might have been the beginning of forever.” She sighed again and slid to her feet.
Author: Matthue Roth
Publisher: Hevria Press
Category: Family & Relationships
Arty and Larissa have the perfect relationship. She’s beautiful and afraid of her own popularity. He sits alone and draws comics. They're both social misfits—him obsessively, her secretly. They go to different schools, but they trade late-night phone calls and between-class meetings in Hebrew School. They never run out of things to say. Then one night, one of their common friends attacks Larissa in the darkest and most unforgivable of ways—the same night that Arty was planning to kiss her. Larissa’s world falls into a tailspin, and at the same time Arty's own life threatens to explode. He wonders if being a guy is just like being a time bomb. His own body—his own head—feels like a traitorous enemy. As Arty and Larissa find themselves betrayed by their own feelings and torn apart by circumstance. What will this mean to their group of friends? Who can he trust? Will Larissa ever be the same—and can Arty ever feel the same about her again?
I didn't have any close friends during my school days. I had two horrible years in my life which ... I also prayed a lot to give me a best friend who won't cheat me or leave me when I'm in trouble, who will be my best friend forever.
Author: Mohit Tahiliani
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
This is the greatest time to be alive. When the book and accompanying video of The Secret came out, showing how The Law of Attraction works, people began to change their lives. Now so many are living the dream life they always wished for but didn't know how to attain. Living the Secret is a collection of stories about different people, from various countries all around the world, who have experienced the rewards of The Secret. Covering the major areas and subjects of life, the five chapters of Living the Secret explore health, education, careers, relationships, and money. Living the Secret is a tribute to what Rhonda Byrne has done for this world. It might seem like miracle at first, but people and our world are changing, finally discovering the positive force which is Love. Impossibilities are turning into possibilities. Dreams are coming true and the power of Love is spreading as never before. Mohit Tahiliani grew-up in a small town called Anand, Gujarat in India. He currently resides in Gurgaon (NCR), India, where he is an Assistant System Engineer at TCS.Just twenty-two years-old, Mohit was inspired to write Living the Secret after reading The Secret and The Power, and learning how The Law of Attraction works. He is living his dream life, and wants everyone to experience their own lives with joy, happiness, health and wealth. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/MohilitTahilian
We were 7-8 friends, It was going to be my first ever night out with friends and I was on the best of my moods. My “BEST FRIEND FOREVER” again was not included because of the same reason as stated earlier.
Author: Shivam Bansal
Publisher: Blue Rose Publishers
The story starts with the author being confused about his career option and chosing a desired college for further studies and how he manages to live outside his hometown for the first time. How a reserved not so good looking guy and shy person got changed into one of the most popular personalities of his college. The author then meets the crush of his life in an exam hall and how he manages to talk to her and did he confess his love to her or not? He then remembers some moments with his friends and why he felt being cheated by his best friend. He also narrate about various trips he had during college and discussed his experience and how a mere trip changed his life. The author then talks about his final year of college and how he desperately wanted to work in an organisation and was he able to clear his interview or not? He then comes to the final phase of his student life and how a call turned his entire life.
DS : Paidi said to Firman “You are my best friend forever” a. Paidi said to Firman that you were his best friend forever b. Paidi said to Firman that He was his best friend forever c. Paidi said to Firman that She was my best friend ...
Publisher: rifqi ilzami khoiri
Buku "Kumpulan Soal Bahasa Inggris" dibuat sebagai wahana latihan bagi setiap insan yang mempunyai hasrat untuk mempelajari bahasa inggris, dengan harapan semakin banyak berlatih soal maka akan meningkatkan kemampuan dan pemahaman tentang bahasa inggris, karena mempelajari suatu bahasa ibarat belajar menggunakan alat, semakin sering kita menggunakan alat tersebut maka semakin mahir pula kita menggunakannya. Buku Kumpulan Soal Latihan Bahasa Inggris memuat 3 jenis soal, yakni esai, pilihan ganda dan translation, setiap jenis soal berisi 30 soal disertai dengan kunci jawabannya
Sheila knew that if she touched water, she would turn into a seal forever. ... Then I will not lose my friend forever. Then I would be a good friend. My friend would also like me. I will have magical powers to save my best friend.
Author: David Booth
Publisher: Pembroke Publishers Limited
One 200-year-old folk tale, 30 teachers, and 1,000 students. Ride along with literacy guru David Booth as he takes the same story to a wide variety of classrooms, from kindergarten all the way through grade 12, and be amazed by the learning generated. David argues that "it takes two to read a book". He reasons that sharing responses and bouncing ideas off others guides students to deeper thinking, and challenges them to reconsider their views and increase their understanding. This intriguing book also shows teachers how to help students discover the world outside the text: the origins, connections, place, values, and the different perceptions that readers have. It illustrates ways to transpose that original text into other forms that let students look at the text with different eyes, to ponder what might have been, to challenge what they read, and to add their new learning to the construct of the world. Throughout the book, authentic student samples and actual transcripts present students experiencing the featured story in a multitude of ways -- from poems and retellings, to visuals and arts, to conversation and blogs -- that will "explode" your definitions of comprehension, response, and engagement, and have you looking at classroom literacy in a whole new way!