Since their mother and father were shipwrecked, Crispian and Rosamund Carey have been living with their aunt and uncle. Rosamund discovers in a book that all lost loved ones are to be found in the land where the rainbow ends.
Author: Clifford Mills
Since their mother and father were shipwrecked, Crispian and Rosamund Carey have been living with their aunt and uncle. Rosamund discovers in a book that all lost loved ones are to be found in the land where the rainbow ends. Together with a Genie of a magic carpet found in the library and two friends, the children set out on their search.
Where The RAINBOW Ends is a racy page-turner that promises to take you on a tempestuous and soul-stirring journey which shall remain with you long after you have put the book down.
Author: Anurag Anand
Publisher: Sristhi Publishers & Distributors
Even the most artistic of imaginings can sometimes seem callow in the face of truth. That which appears may not be and that which lies hidden might just be the stark, naked face of reality. Rahul had everything going his way – a soaring career, a happy family and all else a man his age could yearn for. And then suddenly his life began to crumble all around him, disintegrating element after precious element, leaving him to watch in helpless horror. Where had he gone wrong? Was there still hope for redemption, even a solitary ray that he could cling on to? Avantika, a pretty, vivacious girl who had come into Rahul’s life by pure accident, literally, has suddenly gone missing. Just like that, without as much as a trace. Where is Avantika? Will Rahul be able to find her? Is it her own past that has come back to consume her or is it something even more vicious and sinister? Shalini, Rahul’s first love and a girl accustomed to leading life on her own terms. Hailing from a family that exerts considerable influence in the galleries of politics and power, she certainly has the wherewithal to impact a lot of things. Even lives. Is Shalini fostering a grudge that could displace not one but many lives? Could she be the one behind Avantika’s mysterious disappearance? Where The RAINBOW Ends is a racy page-turner that promises to take you on a tempestuous and soul-stirring journey which shall remain with you long after you have put the book down.
Kirsten Schwörer WHERE THE RAINBOW ENDS Whimsical Dreamland Stories for the Young and the Young at Heart | - - - a treation Kirsten Schwörer Where the Rainbow ends Whimsical Dreamland Stories for. Front Cover.
Author: Kirsten Schwörer
Kirsten Schwörer was born on March 26, 1970 in Darmstadt. She spent her childhood and youth in Darmstadt, Rio de Janeiro, Iserlohn and Berlin, where she had gained much insight and collected many ideas on the diversity of people, cultures and religions and their convictions, and learned how to be open to anything that is new or different. Since the birth of her first child in 2001, she became in-creasingly involved in spirituality, alternative methods of healing, ancient knowledge and the forces of natures, and completed a number of courses in these areas. This included intense training to become a spiritual energetic healer, as well as Reiki Master training. At the end of 2014, she founded her energetic healing practice. In 2015, she started cooperation with a day care center on a voluntary basis and led children aged three to six through the dream trips presented in this book along with suggestions and background information. The fantastic stories in this book are illustrated and do address our various senses. Regardless, if meeting a sympatric elf, swimming with a dolphin to visit a magical secret underwater-village or realizing that a dark old forest suddenly turns into a glamorous cathedral: reading or listening to the stories creates a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere. The listener or reader - regardless if child or adult - calms down, relaxes and is able to find strength and tranquility in body, soul and mind.
Author: William Elihu PalmerPublish On: 2012-04-20
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Author: William Elihu Palmer
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Can a man go right after he has gone so wrong? In his old age Melvin C. Horsey had many times reflected on errors he had made in calculations and mistakes in judgment. He had stopped buying and selling stock long ago because it had become clear to him that every decision he had taken had been a wrong decision even if it had resulted in a gain. But in the end his hard work and clear thinking had led to his present success: the founding and publication of THE STOCK PICTURE. He was convinced that he had set out on the right path as a young man, but somehow chance and circumstance— and perhaps his own obsession with success—had led him to diverge from the good and true and to lose his bearings. During the final stages of World War I he had served in the army for six months, from August 1918 to January 1919. During that time, though never dispatched to bases far from home, he had received many letters from girls he knew in Crisfield, Maryland. Those letters of love were precious to him, and he had read them all—so often that they were smudged from his fingertips. On returning to his home by the Chesapeake Bay in Crisfield, he had seen many of the senders of the letters of love, but he already knew in his heart that neither the town of Crisfield nor the girls he knew would keep him there. Crisfield was too small, too remote, too rustic. And the people there—his family, his friends, his neighbors, his sweethearts—their attraction was strong but his aims were higher. He had bigger plans, and all his plans ended in the quest for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. He soon discovered, though, that success in business is often as elusive as the end of the rainbow. His early business ventures ended in failure. His losses often involved losses to others who had trusted his judgment and backed his business endeavors. His early business ventures were misdirected and unprofitable for that time and that place. He and his partners established the Horsey-Bassett Co. which sold everything from raincoats to lingerie to jewelry. When sales slumped, he tried selling custom-made men’s suits. With little success in business, he became a teacher of Gregg shorthand at Crisfield High School. During his time as a teacher, he met and soon married Virginia White, called Jinja, who was an elementary school teacher in Princess Anne. His mother had approved. She said that Virginia was “good-looking” and “even better-looking in the day time than at night because she liked her freckles.” With his business failing and seeing little future in teaching shorthand, he moved with his wife and infant daughter Joanne to Salisbury, Maryland. There he opened an ill-fated brokerage firm. When the stock market crashed again in the mid-1930s, the brokerage firm went bankrupt. Its failure resulted in many losses to his investors. It was then that he fled from his disgruntled clients. He sent his wife and daughter to live with his mother in Crisfield and he headed for Wall Street to seek his fortune there. Now as he neared the end of life’s journey, he found himself with the financial success which he had found on Wall Street with his promotion of stock charts and the publication of THE STOCK PICTURE, but as he reflected upon the past, there were moments of regret. During those moments he had a heavy conscience and sharp pangs of guilt: guilt arising from his neglect of family, the alienation of his two children and the early death of his devoted wife Virginia White Horsey.
When Robbie leaves his small town life to move to New York City, he is embraced by members of the gay community who help him in his new world, yet as the 1980s approach and the AIDS epidemic surfaces, Robbie finds himself struggling with ...
Author: Jameson Currier
Publisher: Overlook Books
When Robbie leaves his small town life to move to New York City, he is embraced by members of the gay community who help him in his new world, yet as the 1980s approach and the AIDS epidemic surfaces, Robbie finds himself struggling with new pain and loss.
This book is intended for readers aged 18+ The Summer Lake Silver series features couples in their fifties and older.
Author: S. J. McCoy
Diego believes that it's important to focus on the sunny side. The beautiful arcs of color that appear in the sky may be known as rainbows, but they wouldn't appear if the sun didn't shine. He's lived through enough darkness. These days, he's focused on all the good in his life-and there's so much good. He doesn't have a woman who's a permanent fixture-but he does have plenty who pass through temporarily. He likes women; they like him! He's outgoing, fun-loving, and enjoys being the star of the show. Izzy's fun-loving and outgoing, too. She also enjoys being the center of attention, and right from the moment he meets her, Diego wouldn't mind focusing some attention on her. But she's just not interested. At least, she claims she's not. At fifty-five, Izzy has life figured out. She's that divorcée who's living it up and enjoying her status as an attractive cougar on the prowl. She enjoys the company of younger men-they enjoy her! She's not looking for anything serious, and certainly not with a man like Diego. Sure, he's sexy, and funny ... and passionate ... and romantic! But he's also that big macho guy who needs to be in charge, and his ego is even bigger than his ... Diego might be a romantic, but she's not one to get suckered in by hearts and flowers or talk of rainbows and unicorn farts. In her experience, the crock at the end of the rainbow is filled with something other than gold, and she has no desire to go there again. Get your copy of this sweet and steamy romance today, and you'll laugh and cry with Diego and Izzy on the journey to discover what lies at the end of their rainbow. This book is intended for readers aged 18+ The Summer Lake Silver series features couples in their fifties and older. Just because a few decades - or more - have skipped by since you were in your twenties it doesn't mean you can't find love, does it? Summer Lake Silver stories find happily ever afters for those who remember being thirty-something - vaguely. Like Some Old Country Song - Clay and Marianne A Dream too Far - Seymour and Chris A Little Rain Must Fall - Ted and Audrey Where the Rainbow Ends - Diego and Izzy
Only one survivor remained: the Bamber's other adopted child, Jeremy Bamber. Following his lead, the police - and later the press - blamed the murders on Sheila, who, so the story went, then committed suicide.
Author: Colin Caffell
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: True Crime
**THE TRUE STORY BEHIND MAJOR ITV DRAMA WHITE HOUSE FARM, NOW ON NETFLIX** 'An extraordinary book . . . both deeply moving and quietly inspiring' FREDDIE FOX 'A beautiful, very moving book' CRESSIDA BONAS In 1985, the shocking murder of a family of five in a quiet country house in Essex rocked the nation. The victims were Nevill and June Bamber; their adopted daughter Sheila Caffell, divorced from her husband Colin; and Sheila and Colin's twin sons, Nicholas and Daniel. Only one survivor remained: the Bamber's other adopted child, Jeremy Bamber. Following his lead, the police - and later the press - blamed the murders on Sheila, who, so the story went, then committed suicide. Written by Sheila's ex-husband Colin and originally published in 1994, In Search of the Rainbow's End is the first and only book about the White House Farm murders to have been written by a family member. It is the inside story of two families into whose midst the most monstrous events erupted. When Jeremy Bamber is later convicted on all five counts of murder, Colin is left to pick up the pieces of his life after not only burying his ex-wife, two children and parents-in-law, but also having to cope with memories of Sheila almost shattered by a predatory press hungry for stories of sex, drugs and the high life. Colin's tale is not just a rare insider's picture of murder, but testimony to the strength and resilience of one man in search of healing after trauma: he describes his process of recovery, a process that led to his working in prisons, helping to rehabilitate,among others, convicted murderers. By turns emotive, terrifying, and inspiring, Colin Caffell's account of mass murder and its aftermath will not fail to move and astonish.
19 CCBC Bibliography Soft illustrations for the world's end , where the wind is always blowing . lend to the folktale quality of the story . Fritz , Jean . WHERE DO YOU THINK YOU'RE GOING , CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS ?
Category: Children's libraries
Materials to be used by public libraries in planning summer library programs for children in 1985.