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Too Young Too Loud Too Different

Author : Malika's Poetry Kitchen
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'We knew that black and brown bodies, working class voices, women's voices, did not have a space where they could be heard - and so this writing collective was a necessary and political act' In the early years of the new millennium, poets Malika Booker and Roger Robinson saw the need for a space for writers outside of the establishment to grow, improve, discuss and learn. One Friday night, Malika offered her Brixton kitchen table as a meeting place. And so Malika's Poetry Kitchen was born. 'Kitchen', as it became known, has ushered in a new generation of voices, launching some of the most exciting writers, books and initiatives in British poetry in the past twenty years. Today, Kitchen is a thriving writers' collective, with a wealth of talented poets and branches in Chicago and India. Too Young, Too Loud, Too Different is a celebration of Kitchen's legacy, an appreciation of its foundational spirit and a rallying cry for all writers to dream the future. The collection features breathtaking new poems by Warsan Shire, Inua Ellams, Kayo Chingonyi, Dean Atta, Roger Robinson, Malika Booker among many others.

Too Young to Die

Author : Annette Eadicicco
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In April of 2003, the residents of Spring Valley, Nebraska were stunned and shocked when a young student from their local high school, reported as missing, was found brutally raped and murdered. Shortly after the residents, of the tight knit community, had come together to mourn the loss of the beautiful child, they were hit with more shocking and devastating news! Two more students, reported as missing, were also found brutally raped and murdered. For awhile, after the murders, the streets of Spring Valley remained desolate and quiet. However, people too soon forget...and it wasn't long before the young teenagers of, Spring Valley and the surrounding areas, were, once again, walking the streets alone after dark.

Too Fast to Live Too Young to Die

Author : Keith Elliot Greenberg
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TOO FAST TO LIVE TOO YOUNG TO DIE: JAMES DEAN'S FINAL HOURS

Too Young to Vote but Old Enough to Kill

Author : DF Ryschka
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Raw, hard hitting, not politically correct, as it was during the early years of the 1970s. See through the soldiers eyes his perspectives, as he takes you visually through his personal slice of the non-winnable Vietnam War. Feel his fear and euphoria from the mundane to the cracking sounds of AK 47 rounds zipping past his head. Meet the friendly creatures persecuting the Grunts daily, while on operations. Feel his feelings on the few rest days, trying to unwind. A must to read, if you want the feeling of a simple private soldier, living his own private hell.

Too Young to Fight

Author : Ray Slyman
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This narrative begins on December 8, 1942 the day after the attack on Pearl Harbor, and ends on August 14, 1945, commonly known as VJ Day.

Too Brave to Live Too Young to Die Teenage Heroes From WWI

Author : Nigel Cawthorne
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World War I was a slaughter on an unprecedented scale. Nevertheless there was no shortage of young men willing to sacrifice themselves for their country. Some lied about their age to join up, not just at the start of the war when it was seen as a glorious adventure, but even towards the end when the true horror of the mechanized butchery was known to one and all.This book concerns the young men who were not yet twenty when they won the Victoria Cross, the British armed forces highest award for gallantry. Many perished in the action that earned them the VC. Others survived to receive the award, but then went on to die later in the war.One was as young as sixteen. Several were just eighteen, though they were supposed to be nineteen before they were allowed to serve overseas. They were sailors and airmen, as well as soldiers, and they came from Britain, Ireland, Australia, Canada, Nepal and India.Each one demonstrated an exceptional nerve and bravery. While some did survive World War I - even going on to serve in World War II - they showed an reckless indifference to death that made them Too Brave to Live, Too Young to Die.World War I has been over for nearly a hundred years now, but the tales of their valour live on. These men and their exploits deserve to be remembered - in the hope that young men will never be called on to do such things again.

Too Young To Think Twice

Author : Areeb Sami
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What I read ignores most of what I see. So, I wanted to write for people who mostly see what I see. Through Too Young to Think Twice, I intend to rekindle our desires, to cherish our individuality and to eulogize our persevering young blood.

Too Young to Remember

Author : Brenda Lee Huffman
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I would like to take this time to enlighten you on one great story and a wonderful lady that wrote this book it takes you into a little girls world . As Patty tries to make her way back home meeting people along the way. Growing up as you see her turn into a sweet young lady in each page you turn it makes you feel that you are there pulling for her between love being and an artist for the world to see. With the ups and downs in her life knowing she stuck between two worlds the one she try s so hard to remember and her other one that's new for her home is our her heart is with new beginning and questions of her past not knowing will she ever find the peace in her heart she looking for.

The Changemaker Mindset

Author : Ilja Grzeskowitz
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Personality is the Key to Professional Success Personal relationships are key to success: In a time when workplaces are becoming more digital and more automated every day, our mindsets and our personal relationships will determine whether we succeed in tomorrow’s markets. We all have one shot to make a lasting impact. Innovators with the changemaker mindset know how to see that opportunity when it comes and make it matter. The human success factor: In the coming years, the human success factor will determine who is among the winners and who is among the losers. All business adventures start with a focus on the self. When you know who you are and develop a deep sense of confidence in yourself, you’ll have the flexibility to roll with the punches. Change comes from within: Whether your goal is to lead a self-determined life, position your company for the future, or be a successful part of a team, external change starts with internal transformation. With The Changemaker Mindset, you’ll master the three Ps of personal development: Purpose. Reconsider what motivates you and find your non-negotiable core principles. People. Build a strong inner circle of peers, because nobody wins alone. Persistence. Develop the confidence to take action, navigate setbacks, and implement change. Readers who liked The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey, Leading Change by John Kotter, and The Innovator's Dilemma: When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail by Clayton Christensen will love this new approach to effective business management from personal development.

Too Young for the Carousel

Author : Julian Scott
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Too Young For The Carousel will make you feel like you're a good friend of Bobby Parrish.The author's unique self-narrative style is similar to that of J.D. Salinger's.

A Blood Condition

Author : Kayo Chingonyi
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The moving, expansive, and dazzling second collection from award-winning poet Kayo Chingonyi A Blood Condition tells a story of inheritance - the people, places, cultures and memories that form us. Kayo Chingonyi explores how distance and time, nations and a century's history, can collapse within a body; our past continuous in our present. From London, Leeds, and The North East to the banks of the Zambezi river, these poems consider change and permanence, grief and joy, the painful ongoing process of letting go, with remarkable music and clarity. Praise for Kumukanda: 'Chingonyi's poems are full of questions that need asking. His gift is for pushing poems further than you expected them to go' Observer 'Kayo's poetry is beautiful, thoughtful, musical and nostalgic' Nikesh Shukla 'Whether recalling his parents' deaths or celebrating the art of the mixtape, Chingonyi's poise is astonishing' Daily Telegraph

At 16 too young to die

Author : Jo Manno Remark
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Although written as a novel the events of the Ardennes offensive have been a defining characteristic for the author’s life. He has succeeded in communicating to the reader an anti-war story which has grown out of his own experiences. The story does not remain in the simple reproduction of inhuman scenes but goes further into the realm of humane thought and rejection of the hate which accompanies war. As a result of current political events the author feels obliged, in his advanced years, to demonstrate how intertwined daily life and guilt can be. He does this in recognition of the fact that increasingly more powers in our society are trying to propel us to subtle mechanisms of violence in all aspects of our lives. The events which can occur in such an environment as the battle of the bulge demonstrate to the author both: how high human nature can rise and also how deep it can sink.

Never Too Young to Lead

Author : Maureen P. Provencher
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Never Too Young to Leadoffers faith communities resources and strategies to develop leadership qualities and skills in young adolescents. This manual includes six themes on Christian leadership: leadership styles, listening skills, conflict resolution, trust and responsibility, leadership and discipleship, and planning and strategy. The sessions found inNever Too Young to Leadprovide a broad overview of leadership with the aid of scriptural images, and include activities for training youth in essential leadership skills and qualities. The manual also offers strategies for using the sessions to create daylong, weekend, or weeklong training programs for young adolescents.

Too Young To Get Old

Author : Christine Webber
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TOO YOUNG TO GET OLD is a celebratory and informative book for the female 50 plus reader who wants to enjoy life to the full and face the passing years with style. Lively, positive and insightful, mixed with a little self help, a little nostalgia and an underpinning of psychology, Christine Webber's chapters include 'Let's Keep Rocking and Rolling', 'Too Young to Retire', 'Money, Money, Money', 'Feeling Absolutely Fabulous', 'All in the Mind', 'Live Long and Prosper', 'If You've Got It, Flaunt It', 'Because We're Worth It', 'Endless Love', 'With a Little Help from My Friends', 'No Place Like Home' and 'The Time Of Our Lives'. She explores how babyboomers are reinventing retirement and goes on to address head on topics such as sex and relationships, the importance of friendships, where to live, money, keeping the brain alert, health and anti-ageing claims. Here is a lively, honest, entertaining and informed guide to the most important information you need to know on how to live as well and as healthily as you can for as long as you can - and enjoy every minute of it!

Never Too Young to Know

Author : Professor Emerita at the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Associate in Social Welfare in the Department of Psychiatry and Co-Principal Investigator and Project Director of the Child Bereavement Stud Phyllis Rolfe Silverman
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Using examples from children's lives as well as the results of reseach, this book provides explains the ways in which children experience death and gives ways in which relatives and professionals can best support them.

Too Young to Kill

Author : M. William Phelps
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The New York Times bestselling author of Love Her to Death shares the true-crime story of a small-town Midwestern teenager murdered by her own friends. Sixteen-year-old Adrianne Reynolds couldn't unravel the twisted tangles of jealousy and domination complicating her new life in East Moline, Illinois. What began as a fresh start after a troubled home life in Texas ended with Adrianne's body charred, stuffed into garbage bags, and scattered. It seemed the work of hardened criminals, but the truth was far more astonishing: her own “best friends” choked Adrianne to death and cut her up. Now, master crime writer M. William Phelps recounts this horrific saga of teen lust and violence in every gripping detail. Praise for Too Young to Kill “Phelps is the Harlan Coben of real-life thrillers.” —Allison Brennan, New York Times bestselling author of Tell No Lies Includes sixteen pages of revealing photos

I m Too Young to Be This Old

Author : Poppy Smith
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What woman hasn't looked in the mirror and wondered who was staring back at her? Or marveled at how grown up her children look? Or puzzled at how her friends are aging prematurely? I'm Too Young to Be This Old (with over 150,000 copies sold) shows women how to face their changing lives with a spirit of fun and fearlessness. Poppy Smith leads readers through both the lighter side of midlife and the deeper issues that concern them, including wondering if the best of life is over facing changes in health and appearance maintaining healthy relationships with adult children caring for aging parents getting ready for when they're really old I'm Too Young to Be This Old is loaded with biblically informed wisdom and ample doses of humor. It will give readers the inspiration and insight they need to turn their middle years into the best years of their life!

Three Gold Coins or Too Young To Die This Rich

Author : John Kaufman
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Mel P. Dread Private Eye Investigation Division Matter regarding: one ton of priceless missing gold coins. My early investigations led me to find three gold coins. The coins had been buried deep underground along with the first clues that could dramatically change my life forever. My quest to find the priceless coins led me and my new friend, Bonnie Lou Starr, to Des Moines, Iowa. In search for more clues, we visited the famous Des Moines Christian Cathedral Church and homeless shelter, where the two of us spent five nights, eating, sleeping, and pretending to be homeless. Des Moines is where my great-grandfather Melvin Porter Dread was buried. His grave was where I dug up more clues, which led me to believe I could become one of the richest twelve-year-old kids in the entire world if I found that priceless lost gold! Soon after we returned home, a story of two twelve-year-old kids from Nebraska was all over the national and local TV news. Could that be it? Maybe this case needed to be stamped closed? Then I started connecting the missing pieces in this Dread family mystery with all those clues that could only lead to one remaining question: just where did my great-grandfather hide the gold? I now have a good idea where it might have been hidden: in the very church the Dread family had built back in 1906. It is the same church my father, who believes that God does love the poor as much as the rich, still preaches in every Sunday. I know you are anxious to see how this mystery will turn out. I still believe there could be a fortune of gold coins hidden somewhere, and I have been busy doing every possible thing I can do to find them, I assure you. As luck would have it, I am unfortunately trapped and in a great amount of pain. As I lie here trying to make it through the night, I know however this story turns out, at twelve, “I am too young to die this rich!” Sincerely Mel P. Dread Does God love the rich more than he does the poor? At this tale’s end you will have laughed, you will have cried, and most of all you will have felt the joy that a good story can provide one’s soul. In the end we might reach the conclusion that the meaning of “love” is as simple as we each choose to make it!

Too Young to Escape

Author : Marsha Forchuk Skrypuch
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During the aftermath of the Vietnam War, Van wakes up one morning to find that her mother, her sisters Loan and Lan, and her brother Tuan are gone. They have escaped the new communist regime that has taken over Ho Chi Minh City for freedom in the West. Four-year-old Van is too young--and her grandmother is too old--for such a dangerous journey by boat, so the two have been left behind. Once settled in North America, her parents will eventually be able to sponsor them, and Van and her grandmother will fly away to safety. But in the meantime, Van is forced to work hard to satisfy her aunt and uncle, who treat her like an unwelcome servant. And at school she must learn that calling attention to herself is a mistake, especially when the bully who has been tormenting her turns out to be the son of a military policeman. Van Ho's true story strikes at the heart and will resonate with so many families affected by war, where so many children are forced to live under or escape from repressive regimes.

Too Young to Be Angels an Ongoing Journe

Author : Shirley Delorbe
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Many of us have heard tragic stories of parents losing a child, but not many people could handle the abject grief of the deaths of three of their own children. Too Young To Be Angels: An Ongoing Journey of Grief is the heart-wrenching story of one mother's climb from the pits of despair, grief, and depression after the deaths of three of her four children. Author Shirley Delorbe struggles to hold on to reality when death seems to become a way of life. After her six-year-old son Randall's death in 1964 from acute trachea bronchitis, the road to recovery is long and hard. The question "Why me?" nags at Delorbe's subconscious. Her heart is only beginning to heal when her daughter Victoria's brutal murder four years later shocks the family. Almost at the breaking point, Delorbe fights simply to breathe as the death of her son Gerry in a motorcycle accident drags her back into hell a few years later. Too Young To Be Angels recounts Delorbe's journey as she struggles with the loss of each child, reveals her every thought, and shares how she eventually developed her ten steps to recovery.