Small Beginnings


Author: Cassie Merko

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1105645878

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: N.A

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EBOOK. A farm girl from Manitoba writes about her life as she grew up with her siblings, parents, husband and children. This humorous and touching recollection of her existence, including senior moments, that she experienced will take you back in time and into the present. "Small Beginnings" is a second volume to the first book called "Roots ~ A Life in Review" which is an all-text ebook and a quick download. "Small Beginnings" includes photographs, some B&W, some in color, so this ebook may take about 6 times longer to download than "Roots ~ A Life in Review."

Small Beginnings

Or, the Way to Get On (Classic Reprint)


Author: N.A

Publisher: Forgotten Books

ISBN: 9780332993485

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 312

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Excerpt from Small Beginnings: Or, the Way to Get On John walter was born at Clapham on the 23d February, 1776. His father, a newspaper proprietor and printer in London, was a man of considerable ability, who, by the time John came to be ready for a profession, had realised some money. It would seem that it was a subject of doubt whether the young man should continue his father's business or go into the Church. The latter alternative was at first adopted; but we are not told how it came to be departed from, though it is likely that John Walter, who was not only a far-seeing but a conscientious youth from the beginning, and had early accustomed himself to look to the connection between means and ends, discovered that there was, in regard to him, a false reckoning. The intention was changed, and the first step taken which was to lead to fortune and renown, by binding him as an apprentice to his father, and learning him the art of composing or setting up types. He was some time after sent to Oxford, where he remained only one year; and. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

From Small Beginnings

A stage in the poet's progress - from song to stanza


Author: Sean Notyeats

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1789019249

Category: Poetry

Page: 200

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“From Small Beginnings: A stage in the poet's progress - from song to stanza" is a collection of poetry by Sean Notyeats. The author developed his poetic sensibility through experimentation, often starting with song, using different styles to address issues with a light touch.

The Garden of Small Beginnings


Author: Abbi Waxman

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0399583599

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

View: 7759

“A quirky, funny, and deeply thoughtful book”* that’s “filled with characters you’ll love and wish you lived next door to in real life”** from the author of The Bookish Life of Nina Hill. Lilian Girvan has been a single mother for three years—ever since her husband died in a car accident. One mental breakdown and some random suicidal thoughts later, she’s just starting to get the hang of this widow thing. She can now get her two girls to school, show up to work, and watch TV like a pro. The only problem is she’s becoming overwhelmed with being underwhelmed. At least her textbook illustrating job has some perks—like actually being called upon to draw whale genitalia. Oh, and there’s that vegetable-gardening class her boss signed her up for. Apparently, being the chosen illustrator for a series of boutique vegetable guides means getting your hands dirty, literally. Wallowing around in compost on a Saturday morning can’t be much worse than wallowing around in pajamas and self-pity. After recruiting her kids and insanely supportive sister to join her, Lilian shows up at the Los Angeles botanical garden feeling out of her element. But what she’ll soon discover—with the help of a patient instructor and a quirky group of gardeners—is that into every life a little sun must shine, whether you want it to or not... READERS GUIDE INCLUDED *HelloGiggles **Bustle

Small Beginnings


Author: Dennis R. Mcleod

Publisher: Balboa Press Australia

ISBN: 9781452528403


Page: 250

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At some point in their lives, many people feel they have been rejected and forgotten. They may see friends and family members go on to lead fulfilling lives and believe such a life will never come to them. Their lives are filled with a sense of rejection, whether real or imagined. Author Dennis R. McLeod understands that feeling and shares it in "Small Beginnings." Because of the verbal abuse he suffered as a child and being told he would never amount to anything, plus a marriage and divorce at age thirty-three, he suffered very badly from rejection. Even though he achieved much, the feeling of rejection remained. This is the story of the journey that started when-unbeknown to Dennis-God took him as a fifteen-year-old and started training and equipping him for the future. Dennis shares how God used him to minister in several countries, as well as pastor a church in Hamilton, New Zealand. The truth is God is there for us, but we are sometimes so tied up in our situations that we cannot hear His voice calling us. "Small Beginnings" shows how our lives can be turned around and fulfilled if we stop and listen to what God has planned for us. We are never truly rejected when we know and have faith in God's love.

Small Beginnings


Author: Barbara Curtis

Publisher: B & H Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780805462876

Category: Education

Page: 148

View: 1243

Book explains the keys to a child's learning process, and suggests ways to encourage children to establish good learning habits, concentrate, work independently, and help others. Written for busy mothers, Small Beginnings suggests learning activites that are simple, fun, and easy to supervise around the house during the day.

Despise Not Small Beginnings

The Road to AUTHENTIC Church Leadership Begins Here!


Author: Troy Logan

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781467840415

Category: Religion

Page: N.A

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Small Beginnings

The Photographic Journey of the Life of Merze Tate


Author: Sonya Bernard-Hollins

Publisher: Community Voices

ISBN: 9780999133484


Page: N.A

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Merze Tate was born in a time when neither women or African Americans had the right to vote. However, neither race nor gender hindered her dreams. She went on to become the first African American graduate of Oxford University, an award-winning author, inventor, world traveler, and philanthropist. This photographic journey of her life is meant to inspire children to dream!

A Day of Small Beginnings

A Novel


Author: Lisa Pearl Rosenbaum

Publisher: Little, Brown

ISBN: 031603391X

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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Poland, 1906 On a warm spring night, in the small Jewish cemetery of Zokof, Friedl Alterman is wakened from death. On the ground above her crouches Itzik Leiber, a reclusive, unbelieving fourteen-year-old whose fatal mistake has spurred the town's angry residents to violence. The childless Friedl rises to guide him to safety-only to find she cannot go back to her tomb. Now Friedl is trapped in that thin world between life and death, her brash decision binding her forever to Itzik and his family: she is fated to be forever restless, and he, forever haunted by the ghosts of his past.Years later, after Itzik himself has gone to his grave, his son, Nathan, knows nothing of his bitter father's childhood. When he begrudgingly goes to Poland on business, Nathan decides on a whim to visit his ancestral town. There, in Zokof, he meets the mysterious Rafael, the town's last remaining Jew, who promises to pass on all the things Itzik had failed to teach his son-about Zokof, about his faith, and about himself. And yet, like the generation before him, Nathan keeps what he learns hidden inside himself. With the family legacy in danger of being lost, Friedl's restless spirit guides Itzik's precocious granddaughter, Ellen, on a journey of her own to Zokof, where only Friedl can help Ellen unlock the mysteries of her family's past-and only Ellen can help Friedl break her agonizing enslavement. A stunning debut novel of enormous scope and beauty, A Day of Small Beginnings tells the timeless story of the Leiber family; of the secrets that break them, the love that binds them, and the town that is both their curse and their redemption.

From small beginnings

a history of South Jersey Industries, Inc. and South Jersey Gas Company, 1910-1985


Author: William A. Gemmel

Publisher: N.A


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

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From Humble Beginnings


Author: Lamar Jolly

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595411108

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 148

View: 6108

"Lamar Jolly's book, From Humble Beginnings, is a simple story about leadership, change, power, politics and what I enjoyed most of all is the story about how much impact the United States Coast Guard has on the lives of so many." -Rear Admiral J. Scott Burhoe, U. S. Coast Guard "A simple story about the life of a young Coast Guardsman who went on to a successful career in an ever changing and competitive world as a real estate developer." -Rear Admiral Raymond H. Wood, U. S. Coast Guard (1927-2006) 1999 "My longtime friend, Lamar Jolly, has written an inspiring book about his life and the lives of some of his heroes, and I'm honored to be included among them." -Commander Orland D. French, (Retired) U. S. Coast Guard Lessons learned from history bring us encouragement for today and hope for tomorrow.

The Bronze Butterfly

From Small Beginnings to World Events All Under a Fierce Media Spotlight


Author: David S. Smith

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1546296999

Category: Political Science

Page: 100

View: 8333

The story, set five years into the future, brings together a series of situations and advances in broadcast technology that through news coverage worldwide sets out to shape and influence world affairs. At the same time, using both humor and keen observation, it confronts serious moral issues.