Overcoming Challenges During World War II, a Young Girl Discovers Secrets That Change Adversity Into Adventure
Author: M. J. MacPherson
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
December 7, 1941 changed life forever. Uprooted from her Michigan home, a young girl moves with her parents, to a primitive desert near old Palm Springs in an effort to save her father's life. Experience WWII through her eyes as she faces challenges that shape her personality and mystical moments that fill her heart with wonder the first time she hears an angel voice - the strange tale of a reappearing Butterfield stagecoach in the canyon. Leaving country school to attend school in Palm Springs, she wants to look glamorous like the city girls, but then, there are Daddy's old country ideas and the freckles
Astrological Chart Interpretation Using Depth Psychology
Author: Richard Idemon,Gina Ceaglio
Pubpsher: Red Wheel
Category: Astrology and psychology.
Based on work conducted before his death, this book is transcribed from a six-day seminar given by Idemon in 1986. In it, Idemon sees the astrological chart as a labyrinth. He draws on the myth of Ariadne and Thesus to show how the interwoven symbols are made up of a single thread that, when unravelled - like the thread of Ariadne - lead to the meaning of the chart and the truth of our own nature.
A senior editor of National Review and leading conservative spokesperson provides commentary to accompany this anthology of character-building stories from history, the Bible, and such poets as Frost and Angelou. 60,000 first printing. National ad/promo. Tour.
When six brothers are turned into swans by an evil queen, their fate falls into the hands of their younger sister. Can she save them - and herself - before it's too late? This story is a magic bean. It may not look much like a bean, but I can promise you that it is. For if you plant it in a young mind, it will grow into a love of story and reading. These beans are favourite fairytales and legends that will delight, thrill and thoroughly entertain. Each story has been brilliantly crafted by one of the best-loved writers for children. This story was published by David Fickling Books as part of the Magic Beans anthology. The complete anthology is available in hardback and in ebook format.
Joshua Harris's first book, written when he was only 21, turned the Christian singles scene upside down...and people are still talking. More than 800,000 copies later, I Kissed Dating Goodbye, with its inspiring call to sincere love, real purity, and purposeful singleness, remains the benchmark for books on Christian dating. Now, for the first time since its release, the national #1 bestseller has been expanded with new content and updated for new readers. Honest and practical, it challenges cultural assumptions about relationships and provides solid, biblical alternatives to society's norm.Clear, stylish typeset, with user-friendly links to referenced Scripture.
Release on 2015-04-23 | by Filippo Carlà-Uhink,Irene Berti
Author: Filippo Carlà-Uhink,Irene Berti
Pubpsher: Bloomsbury Publishing
To what extent did mythological figures such as Circe and Medea influence the representation of the powerful 'oriental' enchantress in modern Western art? What role did the ancient gods and heroes play in the construction of the imaginary worlds of the modern fantasy genre? What is the role of undead creatures like zombies and vampires in mythological films? Looking across the millennia, from the distrust of ancient magic and oriental cults, which threatened the new-born Christian religion, to the revival and adaptation of ancient myths and religion in the arts centuries later, this book offers an original analysis of the reception of ancient magic and the supernatural, across a wide variety of different media – from comics to film, from painting to opera. Working in a variety of fields across the globe, the authors of these essays deconstruct certain scholarly traditions by proposing original interdisciplinary approaches and collaborations, showing to what extent the visual and performing arts of different periods interlink and shape cultural and social identities.
Jesus told stories, and the scriptures are the sacred story of God and his people and since children love stories too, is there a better way to plant the seeds of faith than with stories? This outstanding collection provides 86 enchanting parables written in a simple, direct style that children of all ages can easily relate to. Brief talking points and questions in each message help youngsters clearly understand the good news of God's incredible grace and unconditional love. A convenient scripture index is included.
Kabyle women from Algeria were believed to have been relegated to a role, subjugated by dominant males, in which they were confined to reproduction, nature, and their sensibilities. The weaknesses created by this inequality were thought to be compensated for by their living inconspicuous lives practicing magic, especially in love. Makilam rejects these preconceived ideas and demonstrates that women’s magic was expressed in every domain of their daily lives: pottery making, food provision/preparation, and weaving. In fact, the traditional Kabyle society was incapable of functioning without women, who ensured its material and spiritual unity.