When Dad loses his car keys, toddler Mary has a suggestion: why not see what's hiding down the back of the chair?
Author: Margaret Mahy
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Children's Books
Category: Juvenile Fiction
When Dad loses his car keys, toddler Mary has a suggestion: why not see what's hiding down the back of the chair? But when they look, they get more than a few surprises... This lively, eccentric poem is a visual explosion of fun and imagination, featuring dragons, pirates, treasure, lions, elephants and much more. Margaret Mahy's classic story celebrates the wonderful everyday, guaranteed to put a smile on the face of readers young and old. "The entertainment, humour, and exuberance of it all arises from what Dad finds... Mahy's text rollicks along in rhythm and rhyme, and Polly Dunbar's graphics are akin to a fireworks display on the page; words, phrases and pictorial images metaphorically pop up and explode like stardust over the double spreads" — School Librarian
Place the chair down on the floor , ( as represented in the margin , ) and put a small piece of money at the end or else about the middle of the back . Next kneel on the legs of the chair , as shown in the cut , and take hold with both ...
head lolling, Pickering would have slid off the seat, but Carmody shoved down the back of the chair, tilting it so far that only Pickering's toes touched the floor. Carmody reached down, unfastened Pickering's belt, and yanked it from ...
Author: Jack Finney
Publisher: Atria Books
The 50th anniversary edition of the beloved classic that Stephen King has called “THE great time-travel story.” Featuring a brand-new introduction by the New York Times bestselling author of Recursion, Blake Crouch. When advertising artist Si Morley is recruited to join a covert government operation exploring the possibility of time travel, he jumps at the chance to leave his mundane 20th-century existence and step into the past. But he also has another motivation for going back in time: a half-burned letter that tells of a mysterious, tragic death and ominously of “fire which will destroy the whole world.” Traveling to New York City in January 1882 to investigate, he finds a Manhattan teeming with a different kind of life, the waterfront unimpeded by skyscrapers, open-air markets packed with activity, Central Park bustling with horse drawn sleighs—a city on the precipice of great things. At first, Si welcomes these trips as a temporary escape but when he falls in love with a woman he meets in the past, he must choose whether to return to modern life or live in 1882 for good. “Pure New York fun” (Alice Hoffman, New York Times bestselling author), Time and Again is meticulous recreation of New York in the late nineteenth century, exploring the possibilities of time travel to tell an ageless story of love, longing, and adventure. Finney’s magnum opus has been a source of inspiration for countless science fiction writers since its first publication in 1970.
In those days he was only issued one wheelchair, so once we arrived at the top of the stairs I then had to run back down for the chair. Taking care not to over balance him in case he fell down the stairs, I would gingerly raise the ...
Author: Olwen Davies
Category: Family & Relationships
They say don’t judge a book by its cover, but it’s human nature to instinctively do it. On this cover, I’ve placed a framed picture of my husband as he was in life, with the words “They didn’t listen, they didn’t know how,” indicating from where he is right now, he can see a bigger picture. I say “framed” because there is evidence indicating he was a diabetic, but in fact, he was suffering from something else. The back cover has a selection of photographs of him enjoying life against a background of honeycomb with the inscription “Life became too sweet for me.” I invite you to read on with an open mind!
Place a bolster parallel to the front legs of the LOWer your back Onto the Chair Seat and gradually Chair. Drape a blanket On the chair seat, SO that slide down from the seat of the chair, taking care it Overlaps its front edge.
Author: B.K.S. Iyengar
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
Category: Health & Fitness
Everyone can enjoy the benefits of yoga on the mind, body, and spirit with this updated, illustrated guide from world-renowned yoga authority B.K.S Iyengar, globally respected for his holistic approach and technical accuracy. In BKS Iyengar Yoga: The Path to Holistic Health, the guru himself guides you through over 55 yoga poses, each with step-by-step instructions illustrated in full colour. Iyengar even explains his philosophy throughout the book - it's like having yoga classes with your own personal instructor. A special, 20-week beginners' yoga course makes yoga accessible for those of all ages and abilities. 20 classic Iyengar yoga poses have a unique, 360-degree presentation so that you can see the correct form from all angles. Specially developed yoga sequences help you to alleviate more than 80 ailments, ranging from asthma and arthritis to varicose veins. Whether you are new to yoga and looking for somewhere to start, or more experienced and looking to perfect your technique, this comprehensive guide will help you improve your abilities and work towards a happy and healthy life.
Author: Franklin H. GottshallPublish On: 2012-12-13
The outside of the frame, the back of the chair, the outsides of the wing frames, and the places below the arms are filled and then ... Draw down and tack the material covering the inside arms to the outside of the seat stretcher.
Author: Franklin H. Gottshall
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Superb, step-by-step guide enables even beginners to build heirloom pieces by Hepplewhite, Chippendale, Phyfe, and other masters. Detailed, precise construction drawings, measurements. Full instructions. Over 500 illustrations.
Author: United States. Patent OfficePublish On: 1893
Affirmed . of the chairs , and in the instances where the backs were curved the back - pieces of veneer were fitted ... may CONSUMERS ' GAS COMPANY OF DANVILLE V. AMERIbe extended any distance down the back of the chair , provided only ...
Then sit slowly all the way back down into the chair, focusing on your quads, the muscles at the fronts of your thighs. As your quad muscles get stronger, go down until you're almost but not quite sitting and then come back up.
Author: Steven Pratt
Category: Health & Fitness
A step-by-step guide to a healthier life from the New York Times bestselling author of SuperFoods RX Eat more sumptuously than ever before—chocolate, red wine, fresh nut butters, gourmet tea—with this simple guide to a six-week program that will transform your life. Dr. Steven Pratt explains how you can achieve SuperHealth by adding the 25 SuperFoods and 15 SuperNutrients—including the newest SuperLongevity Nutrient, Vitamin D—to your diet. Enjoy all of the variety you crave while edging bad, disease-causing eating and lifestyle habits out of your life forever with Dr. Pratt’s balanced system.
There were two small couches, a comfortable wingback chair, a dining table that seated four, and a small walnut liquor cabinet. ... Down the middle of the ceiling were tiny, and quite lovely actually, chandeliers. Just inside the back ...
Author: Charles L. Grant
Publisher: Crossroad Press
DEEP SPACE, DEEP TROUBLE. The man they call Diego was a tough hombre looking to escape a jam. But the time machine he found took him out of the frying pan and into the future. Now he's gone from the wide-open spaces to outer space--in the 26th century, as the starship Angus goes to war… Before you can say, "Beam me up, Scotty," Diego's risking his neck against a female terrorist known as the Space Avenger--and the weirdest life-forms he's ever seen outside a bottle of bad whiskey. But then again, they've never seen anything like the man they call Diego!
Author: Fine Woodworking. Fine WoodworkingPublish On: 1995
Test - fit the back , reaming spindle holes very lightly or shaving from a spindle as necessary . Draw a line down the spindle fronts and onto the seat , so you can replace them in the same orientations . Now cut them off level 14 in .
Author: Fine Woodworking. Fine Woodworking
Publisher: Taunton Press
Category: House & Home
In this extensive examination of furniture-making classics, a wide range of tables and chairs in various styles and covered, from the refined beauty of a bowback Windsor chair to the solid utility of a red cedar trestle table.
Rigid frame chair backs pivot down against the seat, rather than closing sideways, so the back upholstery does not need to collapse. Power chairs used to be folding chairs with motors and controls tacked onto them. Now the back can be ...
Author: Gary Karp
Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing
Category: Health & Fitness
There are 1.7 million regular wheelchair users in the United State. Like anyone else, they work, marry, have children, travel, play sports, and are full members of their community. Life on Wheels makes sure they take full advantage of every available opportunity. It is the A-Z guide for all you need to know about every aspect of living with mobility impairment. This unique book offers an initial road map to the lifelong, complex, and fascinating road of the disability experience. Life on Wheels is primarily a guidebook for those with a mobility disability, offering practical information on how to: adapt your home choose a wheelchair explore your sexuality take care of your body and much more!
Bend the legs over the back of the chair and move the buttocks toward the back of the chair. Hold the sides of the back of the chair. Lean back and walk the hands down the sides of the chair. If this bothers the low back, ...
Author: Garth McLean
Publisher: Singing Dragon
Category: Health & Fitness
By providing an overview of key yoga postures and basic breathing techniques, this book demonstrates how people with Multiple Sclerosis can manage symptoms, and create a regular yoga practice in order to enhance physical and mental wellbeing. The book includes photos to demonstrate the yoga poses, as well as case studies and testimonials that depict the benefits and impact of a regular practice that can be carried out at home with minimal equipment or household objects. There is also advice on safety, diet and nutrition, and meditation practices. Suitable for beginner and continuing level yoga students, Yoga for Multiple Sclerosis is the perfect guide for those wishing to harness the therapeutic power of yoga, as well as for yoga teachers looking for ways to support their students.
John White Windsor chairs, 61 Fig. 1. Hoop-back Windsor chair. 67 Fig. 2. New England type chair. 67 Fig. 3. Rod-back Windsor chair, 67 Fig. 4. Fan-back side chair. 67 Fig. 5. Two John White chairs, 68 Fig. 5a. John White step-down ...
Author: Zilla Rider Lea
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
Discriminating decorators and collectors, no less than dealers and researchers in antiques, have long felt the need of a comprehensive study of the ornamented chair and its development in America. This book is the product of an effort to satisfy that need and at the same time to bring new pleasures to lovers of beautiful furniture. The book is based on photographic and research material collected by the late Esther Stevens Brazer, who spent a lifetime in the study and revival of early American decoration. The authors are all qualified researchers, teachers, and decorators. In their text they present a general history of chair types, facts regarding ornamentation, and informative accounts of some of the leading craftsmen and decorators of the various periods. The final chapter of the book briefly relates the history of the Society and describes how its members carry forward the efforts of Esther Stevens Brazer, maintaining in their research, their teaching, and their restorations the standards of an old craft and the traditions of its finest workmen.
Something's happened and you are going to be put in charge of a taskforce next week when you get back. ... Hanging up I bent down to pick up the chair and sat down, fuck, fuck, fuck, Ihave to keep her safe. Get a grip.
Author: A.W. Snow
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
After the death of his parents, Mike makes a tough decision to leave the family business and change careers. While making a name for himself on the police force, an opportunity arises to make him question what he truly wants for his future. After five months of seeing her every day, he wonders if she is the one. He is fascinated with her, and on the very day he gets the courage to officially meet her, fate steps in and may change everything. The call he gets is for a hold up at the store he just followed her to, and she’s already in there, a possible hostage. Is this a cruel joke? When he enters the store, the scene that is playing out before his eyes is not what he expected. Megan is determined not to be a victim again. She digs deep within herself and uses the training she has to control the situation before anyone gets hurt. Join Mike and see if he saves the girl of his dreams or could it be that she saves him? Will her circumstances keep her trapped behind her walls, or will his love be a new light at the end of the tunnel?
Metal sprigs inserted into the bow and spindles provided further stability.17 Like the bow-back chair, ... Because rails for high-back and sack-back Windsors slip down over the long spindles to the halfway point or lower, ...
Author: Nancy Goyne Evans
Drawing principally on original source materials, Nancy Goyne Evans's elegantly written and extensively illustrated Windsor-Chair Making in America presents an authoritative and absorbing historical picture of the vernacular chair shop and industry. Of the book's five chapters, three deal extensively with the craft shop. Evans discusses everything from structure to tools and equipment, from shop personnel to power sources, and from raw materials to ornament, both painted and stenciled. A chapter on marketing explores the booming Windsor-chair trade in the American coastal South and the islands of the Caribbean, furniture distribution to local, overland, and overseas markets, and general methods of doing business. Another section explores consumerism and the use of Windsor furniture in domestic and public settings. Students and interpreters of American material culture and life will find here an abundance of new material organized and presented to provide comprehensive insights into craft life and product distribution in America. Evans's book should have pride of place in the libraries of collectors, curators, practicing and amateur furniture craftsmen, and anyone interested in early American studies trades, folk art, and pre-industrial technology. This book includes an extensive index, detailed maps, an indispensable paint color chart based on more than 1,200 references, a select bibliography, and a wealth of photographic reproductions.
Pulling her head back until her neck is fully exposed he bends down placing a wet kiss on it. Suddenly letting go of her, dropping her back down into her chair, Colin walks away. He's halfway to the door when he calls back over his ...
Author: Alesa Acorn
At 13 years old, Catherine Hepburn is described by her friends as the prettiest girl in the county. However, the description favoured by her family is that of a good girl with big ears. In fact, her mother and housekeeper often take the time to help Catherine style her hair in a manner to help hide her big ears. Gifted by her Uncle Nicholas with a diary one Christmas, Catherine begins to record in it the events and circumstances involving the lives of her family and friends. Unknowingly, she records the events of the Hidden, children of noble birth who are hidden in common households until they are of an age to inherit their nobility. At 25 years old, trying to realize her dream as the CEO and Founder of the National Paralegal Foundation is a daunting task for Simone Devereaux. Her days are spent caring for her mother who suffers from a hereditary mental disorder. Her nights are spent in the arms of her fianc, District Attorney Jacque Parker and her lover, trust attorney Wolf Carlyle. On the death of her grandfather, Simone inherits his private library which contains an extensive collection of books known as the Diary of the Beloved written by Catherine Hepburn, her mother's college roommate. As she reads the diaries to her mother, soon it becomes clear to Simone that Catherine's diaries hold the secrets of the Hidden, children of noble birth who are hidden amongst commoners until they are of an age to inherit their nobility. With the help of her fianc and her lover, Simone must learn the identities of the hidden in order to save the life of her mother.
I closed the door lightly and sat down in one of the black, leather wing back chairs in front of his desk. ... he interrupted, shaking his head up and down, leaning back in his chair, clasping his hands together. “I'm always on time.
Author: Poketa L. Moore
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Strong-willed and sassy southerner Ka’leeta Bryant can never seem to catch a break in life. Exposed to mental and sexual abuse early in life makes her question her self-worth and existence constantly landing her into one bad situation after another. After she goes through a lengthy depression, a stroke of good luck finally comes her way. Ka’leeta meets the love of her life. Kenny’s a sexy, charming northerner who instantly sweeps her off her feet and spoils her rotten. When the truth comes out about Kenny’s nasty drug habit and cheating ways, Ka’leeta’s world is turned upside down. Completely crushed and fed up with small town living and the drama that comes with it, Ka’leeta relocates to Miami,Florida for a fresh start only to find that the demons of her past, coupled with the temptations of the fast-paced city life lands her on a bumpy road to self destruction.
Facing audience another large chesterfield sofa, C., sofas back to back. 9. At each end of sofas small console ... Against wall over L. running up and down stage long ornate Italian chest. 13. ... Below door down L., arm-chair. 15.
Author: Bayard Veiller
Publisher: Good Press
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With the alarm in his left hand, he slowly leaned down to grab the back of the chair. he had nearly reached the chair when he sensed his weight shifting to the right, when he realized that, in fact, he was losing his balance. he dropped ...
Author: K. Patrick Conner
For the past eleven years, San Francisco Chronicle reporter Graydon Hubbell has been assigned to write obituaries, working in a corner of the newsroom known as Section Eight, long occupied by the paper's most cantankerous and often impolitic reporters. Initially, Hubbell regarded writing obituaries as a morbid and thoroughly distasteful assignment, but he now considers himself a master of the genre, as capable of writing a final salute to the rich and powerful as of composing a simple farewell for the eccentric and notorious. Then Hubbell learns he has cancer. He is determined to defy the disease and work at the paper for as long as he can, but as his career implodes through a series of increasingly absurd mishaps, confrontations and mistakes, the obituary writer must come to terms with the fact that his own life is coming to an end. Written with humor and pathos, Dying Words is a novel about mortality and remembrance, the story of an aging newspaper reporter less afraid of dying than of being forgotten.
I went back to sleep and woke up afterseven o'clock. ... Willthanked me and escorted me back to the patrol car. Before I sliddown on ... I sat down in the highback chair and, looking at her, Isaid, “Well,I really didn't get very far.
Author: Cynthia Macari
Sidney Spencer is the successful author of mystery novels who loves her job, but she’s due for a much-deserved break. She owns a cabin in Spring Lake, Pennsylvania, but she’s never spent the winter there. This is just the respite she needs as she settles in her winter home and a quiet community filled with new friends. As a mystery author, Sidney is always curious, and she suspects several of her neighbors are hiding secrets. She does her best to weed out the truth, but her amusing hobby turns to something much more necessary when one person is killed and two girls are reported missing. Now, Sheriff Will Putnam needs her help before someone else ends up dead. Sidney knows certain neighbors in Spring Lake harbor secrets, but do any of them seem capable of murder? She has to use all her investigative skills to discover whether there is a killer among them. And she’d better figure things out soon before she becomes the killer’s next person of interest—and possible prey.