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- Publisher : Scripture Truth
- Release Date : 2006
- Category: Bible
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- ISBN Code: 0901860409 GET EBOOK
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Summary: Fighting Addictions ithe Biblio/Poetry Therapy is a book that reviews this therapeutic tool with respect to its application in the management of drug and other addictions. It is intended for use by caregivers who wish to utilize this form of adjunctive therapy, addicted clients who might benefit from it, family members of addicted individuals and all others interested in learning about it. The introductory poems related to the various addictions and its unique focus on this form of therapy make it a valuable tool for all types ofcaregivers, patients themselves, and all others who view literature and poetry especially as a therapeutic medium..
Summary: Nouvelle édition de Biblio-sonnets de Paul Verlaine augmentée d'annexes (Biographie). L'ouvrage a été spécifiquement mis en forme pour votre liseuse. — Naviguez par simple clic de chapitre à chapitre ou de livre à livre. — Accédez instantanément à la table des matières hyperliée globale. — Une table des matières est placée également au début de chaque titre. A PROPOS DE L'ÉDITEUR : Les éditions Arvensa sont les leaders de la littérature classique numérique. Leur objectif est de vous faire connaître les oeuvres des grands auteurs de la littérature classique en langue française à un prix abordable tout en vous fournissant la meilleure expérience de lecture sur votre liseuse. Tous les titres sont produits avec le plus grand soin. Le service qualité des éditions Arvensa s’engage à vous répondre dans les 48h. Retrouvez tous les titres sur le site internet des éditions Arvensa.
Summary: Lucie, 34 ans, dirige la bibliothèque de Blanche-La Neuve. Elle est aussi présidente du Mouvement des bibliothèques du Québec. Quand le roman commence, elle se prépare à faire dans quelques jours une présentation officielle devant le ministre de la Culture. Lucie est prête à tout pour parvenir à ses fins, c’est-à-dire faire reconnaître le rôle clé des bibliothèques dans notre société et obtenir du financement gouvernemental en conséquence. Quitte à bafouer les règles et les hiérarchies... quitte à y laisser sa santé... et quitte à bousiller sa vie amoureuse, par-dessus le marché. Même ses amis les plus fidèles, Arno et Zahra, trouvent que Lucie en fait trop. Ils ont peine à la reconnaître, tant elle a changé. Mais Miss Biblio n’écoute personne. Sa soif de pouvoir l’aveugle. Excessive en tout, elle s’entraîne à un rythme d’enfer au gym, quand elle n’affronte pas le grand froid pour courir, sans se soucier des engelures. Elle a beau réussir de bons coups du point de vue professionnel, gagner la faveur du public grâce à ses apparitions médiatiques, s’immiscer dans les coulisses du pouvoir politique, les embûches se multiplient sur son chemin. Arrive un moment où elle perd le nord, complètement. Elle en vient même, un soir de tempête hivernale, à mettre sa vie en danger... Suit une période de dépression durant laquelle Lucie coupe tous ses liens avec l’extérieur. Il lui faudra plusieurs mois avant de retrouver un rythme de vie plus sain et une relative confiance en elle-même. Elle qui prône la bibliothérapie suivra enfin sa propre médecine. Elle pourra ensuite renouer avec le monde extérieur, recommencer à fréquenter ses amis... et s’ouvrir enfin à l’amour, le vrai. Après l’échec de son mariage et sa relation amoureuse avortée avec un puissant et riche homme d’affaires marié, elle trouve enfin le bonheur auprès du magnifique Shilam, un homme droit, solide, tellement attentionné, romantique. Bref, tout est bien qui finit bien... Sauf qu’il ne s’agit pas d’une véritable fin: l’auteure travaille déjà à l’écriture d’une suite, qui marquera le retour de Miss Biblio!
Summary: « J'ai une mémoire admirable : j'oublie tout, c'est d'un commode ! » Jules Renard, Journal. Tout oublier : si nous le souhaiterions parfois, c’est que notre présent, notre identité, semblent n’être faits que de mémoire. Nous explorons continuellement nos propres souvenirs et ceux des autres, nous retournons vers le passé et même nous le reconstruisons. Nostalgie, régression, devoir de mémoire, quête des origines... S’il est naturel, cet ancrage dans le passé donne lieu au désir d’oubli, quitte à oublier parfois l’essentiel. Nos sociétés oscillent entre la nécessité remise en cause des traditions et devoir de mémoire : les lieux de mémoire se multiplient, les commémorations rythment la vie citoyenne. Comment concilier devoir de mémoire et nécessité de l'oubli ? Comment entretenir la mémoire tout en respectant le mouvement de la vie ? Comment, somme toute, faire que la mémoire reste vive ? 44 textes (textes littéraires, essais, articles de presse) 20 documents iconographiques Un cahier en couleurs pour faciliter l’étude de documents iconographiques Des questions pour chaque document, pour guider la réflexion Des fiches « méthode » pour comprendre comment exploiter les documents
Summary: 'Entertaining, erudite, eccentric - The Bookseller's Tale is a delight' Alison Light, author of Common People: The History of an English Family 'The right book has a neverendingness, and so does the right bookshop.' This is the story of our love affair with books, whether we arrange them on our shelves, inhale their smell, scrawl in their margins or just curl up with them in bed. Taking us on a journey through comfort reads, street book stalls, mythical libraries, itinerant pedlars, radical pamphleteers, extraordinary bookshop customers and fanatical collectors, Canterbury bookseller Martin Latham uncovers the curious history of our book obsession - and his own. Part cultural history, part literary love letter and part reluctant memoir, this is the tale of one bookseller and many, many books.
Summary: Among the 19th century poets, Emily Dickinson is by far the most scientifically minded. Science is the voice that summoned Dickinson at Mount Holyoke Female Seminary and gave her unique distinction as a poetess of botanical and entomological and astronomical classifications. Like no other 19th century poet she forms an integration between science and spirituality. She studied at Holyoke at the exact historical moment of the first Seneca Falls Women’s Rights Convention in 1848. This, therefore, is a feminist book. It speaks up for the Divine Feminine. On the front cover purple-white rosemary blossoms are exploding with color. Emily Dickinson’s garden was a place where butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds drank up the radiance of flowers. Rosemary in particular was one of her favorite healing herbs. C.G. Jung mentions the antitoxin of rosemary flowers as a synonym for the Self, the total personality. When Steven Herrmann refers to Emily Dickinson as a Medicine Woman, he is speaking of an archetype of healing within all humans. Her poems are enduring imprints of the Medicine Woman archetype. It is by access to the Medicine Woman archetype that she’s able to espouse a democracy of equality that the world needs right now. She advises women to cherish “Power” and take heed from the Serpent. We need a Medicine Woman to balance things out. In a democratic sense, she’s a fierce and uncompromising spokeswoman for Liberty. She is a dispenser of a new American myth for our times.
Summary: Tastemakers Christiana and Aimee of Hygge & West know that the key to making a house into a home is in the decoration—whether that means embracing natural elements, creating cozy spaces, making room for family, or finding your own personal charm in every space. Hygge & West Home offers a look into 20 covetable homes designed to promote feelings of coziness, companionship, and comfort, from an intimate apartment in San Francisco to a log cabin in Wyoming, a family home in Minneapolis, and a colorful oasis in Brooklyn. With page after page of aspirational interiors, engaging interviews with home owners, and tips on creating similar feelings in any space, this eyecatching book explores what makes a house a truly personal space and offers readers the tools and inspiration to make their home their own.
Summary: Muitas das evidências da Bioquímica e da Medicina contemporânea estão completamente de acordo com que a Bíblia já apresenta. Definitivamente a Bíblia jamais pertencerá ao grupo de livros obsoletos... Por mais "moderna" que pareça a ciência, você perceberá através dos estudos aqui apresentado com uma linguagem clara, sem rodeios; os principais temas científicos comparados e apontados na Palavra. A Humanidade precisa tanto da Bíblia e da ciência multiplicada para melhor entender tudo que o que já foi criado por Deus - fonte de toda ciência e saber.
Summary: A funny, frank and bittersweet look at sisters, marriage and moving on, from the New York Times bestselling author of the Blue Heron series Letting go of her ex-husband is harder than wedding-dress designer Jenny Tate expected…especially since his new wife wants to be Jenny's new best friend. Needing closure, Jenny trades the Manhattan skyline for her hometown up the Hudson, where she'll start her own business and bask in her sister Rachel's picture-perfect family life…and maybe even find a little romance of her own with Leo, her downstairs neighbor, who's utterly irresistible and annoyingly distant at the same time. Rachel's idyllic marriage, however, is imploding after she discovers what looks like her husband's infidelity. She always thought she'd walk away in this situation but now she's wavering, much to Jenny's surprise. Rachel points to their parents' perfect marriage as a shining example of patience and forgiveness; but to protect her sister, Jenny may have to tarnish that memory—and their relationship—and reveal a family secret she's been keeping since childhood. Both Rachel and Jenny will have to come to terms with the past and the present, and find a way to help each other get what they want most of all.
Summary: Murder's in the mix for mystery bookstore owner and amateur sleuth Tricia Miles, in the latest entry to Lorna Barrett's New York Times bestselling Booktown series. With her assistant, Pixie, picking up more responsibility around the shop, Tricia Miles suddenly has a lot more time on her hands. Tricia decides to join the local animal-rescue board and enter the Great Stoneham Bake-Off, but neither pans out as smoothly as she’d hoped. Balancing a bake-off that’s heating up with a frosty reception from the board, Tricia stops by Joyce Whitman’s romance bookstore looking for a book to get her fired up. She stumbles on something hot, but it’s an argument between Joyce and her neighbor Vera Olson instead of a steamy read. When Vera turns up dead in Joyce’s garden hours later, Tricia has to wonder—could Joyce be the killer? Or is the culprit still lurking in town? One thing is for sure, someone in Stoneham is stirring up something more sinister than sweet. Tricia is determined to win the cutthroat cooking contest, but first she will have to make sure no one else is in danger of getting burned....
Summary: Lightning-struck sleuth Harper Connelly and her stepbrother Tolliver must face their family’s troubled past in this gripping mystery from #1 New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris. Taking a break from looking for the dead, Harper and Tolliver decide to visit the two little girls they both think of as sisters. But as they travel to Texas, memories of their horrible childhood resurface... To make matters worse, Tolliver learns his father is out of jail and trying to reestablish contact with other family members. Tolliver wants no part of the man—but he may not have a choice in the matter. Soon, family secrets ensnare them both, as Harper finally discovers what happened to her missing sister, Cameron, so many years before. And what she finds out will change her world forever.
Summary: Eric and his buddies have left behind their all boys school to attend high school with girls. Eager to find his place in this exciting new world, Eric joins the student life committee, unaware that he is expected to enforce the school’s strict dress code. The dress code is particularly harsh on the girls he is keen to get to know. Eric finds this awkward, but it’s nothing compared to the position he finds himself in when the whole school revolts.
Summary: A smart and enchanting postwar mystery that will appeal to fans of the Maisie Dobbs series by Jacqueline Winspear. It is 1946, and war-weary young ex-intelligence officer Lane Winslow leaves London to look for a fresh start. When she finds herself happily settled into a sleepy hamlet in the interior of British Columbia surrounded by a suitably eclectic cast of small-town characters she feels like she may finally be able to put her past to rest. But then a body is discovered, the victim of murder, and although she works alongside the town’s inspectors Darling and Ames to discover who might have possibly have motivation to kill, she unknowingly casts doubt on herself. As the investigation reveals facts that she has desperately tried to keep a secret, it threatens to pull her into a vortex of even greater losses than the ones she has already endured. A clever postwar mystery that will appeal to fans the Maisie Dobbs series by Jacqueline Winspear or the Bess Crawford series by Charles Todd.
Summary: Read the USA Today bestseller from the author of Roses, a "sumptuous, full-bodied, and emotional" novel about five young spies embedded among the highest Nazi ranks in occupied Paris (Adriana Trigiani, NYT bestselling author of Tony's Wife). At the height of World War II, a handful of idealistic young Americans receive a mysterious letter from the government, asking them if they are willing to fight for their country. The men and women from very different backgrounds -- a Texan athlete with German roots, an upper-crust son of a French mother and a wealthy businessman, a dirt-poor Midwestern fly fisherman, an orphaned fashion designer, and a ravishingly beautiful female fencer -- all answer the call of duty, but each for a secret reason of her or his own. They bond immediately, in a group code-named Dragonfly. Thus begins a dramatic cat-and-mouse game, as the group seeks to stay under the radar until a fatal misstep leads to the capture and the firing-squad execution of one of their team. But is everything as it seems, or is this one more elaborate act of spycraft?
Summary: Each year, more than a million Canadians, affectionately dubbed "Snowbirds," migrate to southern climes to enjoy warm weather and sandy beaches. The strong Canadian dollar is making the trip more affordable and attractive than ever. But post-9/11, Canadians face tighter security, higher health costs, and higher fuel costs when traveling to the US. Canadians must budget accordingly. Especially for first-timers, how can they properly plan their trip to ensure a worry-free time away from home? Among the topics this book includes are: the Snowbird lifestyle; financial planning; what documents you need to enter the US; what types of insurance and coverage are recommended; ensuring you have an up-to-date will; how US tax law applies to Canadians if money is earned or property sold; snowbirding in Mexico and Costa Rica; plus FAQs, checklists, and sources of further information.
Summary: In The Nature of the Book, a tour de force of cultural history, Adrian Johns constructs an entirely original and vivid picture of print culture and its many arenas—commercial, intellectual, political, and individual. "A compelling exposition of how authors, printers, booksellers and readers competed for power over the printed page. . . . The richness of Mr. Johns's book lies in the splendid detail he has collected to describe the world of books in the first two centuries after the printing press arrived in England."—Alberto Manguel, Washington Times "[A] mammoth and stimulating account of the place of print in the history of knowledge. . . . Johns has written a tremendously learned primer."—D. Graham Burnett, New Republic "A detailed, engrossing, and genuinely eye-opening account of the formative stages of the print culture. . . . This is scholarship at its best."—Merle Rubin, Christian Science Monitor "The most lucid and persuasive account of the new kind of knowledge produced by print. . . . A work to rank alongside McLuhan."—John Sutherland, The Independent "Entertainingly written. . . . The most comprehensive account available . . . well documented and engaging."—Ian Maclean, Times Literary Supplement
Summary: On Tuesday nights in the backroom of Cassie’s café, six strangers seek solace and find themselves part of a “Company of Good Cheer” Hazzley is at loose ends, even three years after the death of her husband. When her longtime friend Cassandra, café owner and occasional dance-class partner, suggests that she start up a conversation group, Hazzley posts a notice on the community board at the local grocery store. Four people turn up for the first meeting: Gwen, a recently widowed retiree in her early sixties, who finds herself pet-sitting a cantankerous parrot; Chiyo, a forty-year-old fitness instructor who cared for her unyielding but gossip-loving mother through the final days of her life; Addie, a woman pre-emptively grieving a close friend who is seriously ill; and Tom, an antiques dealer and amateur poet who, deprived of home baking since becoming a widower, comes to the first meeting hoping cake will be served. Before long, they are joined by Allam, a Syrian refugee with his own story to tell. These six strangers are learning that beginnings can be possible at any stage of life. But as they tell their stories, they must navigate what is shared and what is withheld. Which version of the truth will be revealed? Who is prepared to step up when help is needed? This moving, funny and deeply empathic new novel from acclaimed author Frances Itani reminds us that life, with all its twists and turns, never loses its capacity to surprise.