Madeleine's Children

Author: Sue Peabody

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0190233885

Category: HISTORY

Page: 321

View: 1689


A gripping microhistory/legal case involving two generations of a French family enslaved in the Indian Ocean colonies.

Madeleine’s Gift

Author: Christine McWilliams

Publisher: LifeRich Publishing

ISBN: 1489740236

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 42

View: 6249


Madeleine has three siblings. One flies through the sky gracefully. Another is great at swooping, and the third is brilliant at catching worms. Madeleine can do none of these things. Through Christine’s expressive and empathetic words, and Alison’s delightful and sensitively created artwork, the story is told of Madeleine’s feelings of failure and subsequent discovery of her very own special ability.

Madeleine: One of Love's Jansenists

Author: Hope Mirrlees

Publisher: DigiCat

ISBN: N.A

Category: Fiction

Page: 238

View: 7925


In Madeline, Madame and Monsieur Troqueville move their family to Paris for work. Madame Troqueville and Madeleine attempt to socialize goodnaturedly with an old acquaintance and lawyer friend Madame Pilou. Readers will enjoy this humorous drama as Madeleine, their rambunctious daughter, tries to instill harmony among her family and the chaotic and bickering company.

Scott's Orchardist

Author: John Scott (agriculturist.)

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Fruit

Page: 624

View: 5745


School of Fear

Author: Gitty Daneshvari

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1405515082

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 368

View: 9306


Madeleine Masterson is deathly afraid of bugs, especially spiders. Theodore Bartholomew is petrified of dying. Lulu Punchalower is scared of confined spaces. Garrison Feldman is terrified of deep water. Which is why this may be the scariest summer of their lives. Worse than detention or summer school. Worse even than the dentist. The foursome must face their phobias head-on at the exclusive and elusive School of Fear. The school is unusual, to say the least. But 'terrifying' would be a more accurate description. The curriculum is simple: Conquer your fears in six weeks or find out just how frightening failing can be.

Stalkers - Disturbing True Life Stories of Harassment, Jealousy and Obsession

Author: Polly Clarkson

Publisher: Kings Road Publishing

ISBN: 1782191542

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 300

View: 3980


This unsettling but fascinating book will give you a unique insight deep into the minds of stalkers and reveals how their sinister behaviour affects their victims. From shadowy online stalkers, to jealous ex-lovers, from obsessed admirers and insidious personal vendettas through to crazed and dangerous criminals, this book probes the innermost instincts of the characters involved in each of the terrifying - and increasingly common - crimes described here. Based on revealing interviews with policemen, psychiatrists and doctors, as well as the families of many of the true-life victims - both male and female - this is the first time that such a collection of stalking cases from across the UK has been presented in such vivid and memorable detail. From the high-profile Marchese/Falkowski case currently proceeding through the courts, to the tragic events of lesser-known fatal stalkings, these stories read like fiction - but everything published is based on startling fact.