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“Your child has a serious liver disease and needs immediate medical attention.” Those words echoed from the doctor’s mouth at my daughter’s two month baby checkup. He took us in his office and gave us the shocking news. “She has a rare liver disease called Biliary Atresia and she needs to be seen at Children’s Hospital in Little Rock.” “How soon?,” we asked. He sat up in his chair, leaning forward with a serious look in his eyes and said, “like yesterday.”
Burt Chernow was an educator, art historian and a prolific author. He began teaching art in public schools in New York and Connecticut after serving in the U.S. Army in the mid-1950’s. In the 1960’s he accepted a full professorship at Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where he chaired the Art Department. He was the founding director of the Housatonic Museum of Art.
He authored many exhibition catalogues as well as articles for various art journals, including Craft Horizons, Art News, Art New England and others. His artwork is seen in private collections and was on display at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair.
Picking Up the Pieces of a Broken Heart by Rev. Dale Roberts encourages grieving people to continue to trust in God in their most difficult and trying times. Rev. Dale Roberts encourages her readers to allow time to grieve over the loss of a loved one. She teaches that good grief must be experienced to be able to go on with life in a positive way. The society we live in according to Rev. Roberts believes that every situation should be experienced with a hurry up and get on with life attitude. However, she teaches that in order to be a healthy and whole person, one must be allowed time to grieve.
The Black Rose Murder by Clay Anderson is the story of Jason Justice, a sophisticated private detective in San Francisco, who is searching for the answers to several exciting mysteries. Will JJ catch the fat man who escaped after embezzling millions of dollars from a city construction project? Did the millionaire playboy rape the party girl or was she lying about the attack? Did the redheaded clown dressed in a black tuxedo really deliver a bomb in a flower bouquet to a federal office? Did the high-powered politician that loves to dress in women’s clothes have his wife killed, so that he could be with his bisexual female lover?
“This is my first published work. I want the reader to see beyond the words and seek out the message that best illuminates their life. Maybe it is just a phrase or word that touches the very essence of your soul. My words may even evoke a spiritual change or put you at a place of precious past times. I write so that the reader can find compassion and a better understanding of treating the human race without reservation…..”
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Commentaries on the Four Gospels and the Bhagavad Gita by Morten Wellhaven
This book seeks to reveal the unity and truth of two of the world’s greatest scriptures. The Bhagavad Gita guides and informs the East. The four gospels give a light of spirituality in the West.
Now, as faiths and people travel beyond their historical borders, here comes a book that opens up a view to a deeper unity. This book lets the religious East and the religious West look at each other through their commonality instead of their differences.
This book enlightens true faiths without being dogmatic. Through comparisons and examples, it never lets go of the deep spiritual beauty inherent in both. Though it teaches, it gives life to faith and the natural longing of every awakening heart.
This is the story of the Ploesti raiders, shot down on a mission to Romania. What separates it from other stories is that top turret gunner Bob Johnson became one of a small group of Allied prisoners in Bulgaria. Johnson describes in gripping detail the attack of Messerschmitt fighters that shot down his plane, even including the statement of one of the Bulgarian pilots who shot him down. He recounts life at the hands of his captors and his transfer to the POW camp at Shumen. With little food and limited to one quart of water per day for drinking and hygiene, living in cramped conditions, infested with bugs and lice, denied proper medical care for the sick and wounded, and sleeping on bare concrete, Johnson and his fellow airmen survived. Johnson provides a first hand account of the release and his first taste of freedom, culminating in a train ride through Bulgaria, Greece, Turkey and Syria, and a plane trip to Egypt.
Most stories would end here, but Johnson tells the rest of the story, of the secret mission to Bulgaria after the prisoners’ release, in search of Bulgarian war criminals who had brutalized some of the American airmen. This isn’t just another war story. Carefully researched, with supporting documentation, it is an inspiring account, part of our American history that is not commonly known, kept secret for many years.
—Jerry W. Whiting, Author,
Don’t Let the Blue Star Turn Gold
No Eraser Needed by authors Ronald and Candace-Lynn Buckley describe a step-by-step process for Mistake Proofing the entire business, including the factory (manufacturing) and the office (backroom), that can be used to create a very efficient error-free organization, able to compete with the best of companies globally. To illustrate this process, the authors draw on their experience and share their real life challenges in describing situations that everyone can relate to, find relevant, interesting and useful. They explore in detail vital topics necessary for developing and executing an effective Mistake Proofing program, such as: