The World I Fell Out Of

Author: Melanie Reid

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 0008291403

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 400

View: 6207


The Sunday Times Bestseller From the award-winning writer of The Times Magazine's 'Spinal Column': a deeply moving, darkly funny, inspirational memoir

Where Were You When the World Fell Apart

Author: Cindy Brinig

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1644260832

Category: History

Page: 42

View: 2158


Where Were You When the World Fell Apart By: Cindy Brinig Where Were You When the World Fell Apart? is a quest for knowledge. Cindy Brinig began researching news events, obtaining knowledge and understanding. She felt a powerful need to share what she had learned. Brinig recounts various events and the people involved, basing everything on the truth and the evidence she has gathered. Brinig addresses the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, the 2017 Las Vegas shooting, and the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Brinig’s work will stimulate readers to examine the evidence behind the theories of how and why these events occurred. Her hope is readers will be awakened to the truth that is often kept from the public.

The World Fell on My Head

Author: Simon Kaplan

Publisher: Mira Digital Publishing

ISBN: 1631102117

Category: Travel

Page: N.A

View: 7959


A middle school girl finds out a shocking secret about her deceased mother

The Day the World Fell Away

Author: Gerald R Stanek

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 145833743X

Category:

Page: 91

View: 2387


Young Davey has a way with the wind. Due to a mishap on the playground, he finds he can fly, and learns to trust where the wind takes him. It guides him to a higher place, above the hustle and bustle of the city, where an orchard and it's caretakers escaped the bulldozers. - - Amazon.

Sox Unplugged

Author: Chris Gillam

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 1496990242

Category:

Page: 112

View: 4940


Sox Unplugged is both a story book and a coloring book, allowing the child to live itself into the story and putting his/her own color to it. Color therapy is widely used to assess the mood or perception of a child. Sox is a cat who is abandoned by his human family. He finds himself in a lonely environment of hunger, discomfort, cold, and the harsh realities of winter. Sox befriends other characters in his immediate environment who offer him advice, assistance, food, and "street smarts" to survive until he integrates into a new family. This story teaches us about honesty, integrity, reaching out to others, ego, self-pity, and brevity. Everyone falls in love with Sox. His honesty of emotion is overwhelming. It teaches us that it is okay to voice our fears and concerns in a gentle manner.

Full Circle

Author: Morgan L. Booth

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1312398205

Category: Fiction

Page: 346

View: 9859


A thousand years after the end of the Second Endless Winter, life seems to be stable around the globe. And one night, a zoo in the middle of a bustling city welcomes a new arrival: a rare hybrid cub, half lion and half tiger. A liger. As the little Ligress grows, a question constantly bothers her: what does Panthera look like to her? Does she see the view of the tigers, Panthera's blue eyes? Or does she see the view of the lions, Panthera's red claws? Her mother tells her he looks like a tiger; her father argues that he looks like a lion. Who does she believe? One winter night, mysterious stray cat with a pure white coat appears, and tells her that both views are wrong. He alone knows what Panthera truly looks like. But in order to help Ligress see the true light, he would have to tell her a story, starting from the very beginning. He would have to tell her the story of Panthera, and how he became a Star Lord.

Once Libby Lu Shut Down My World Fell Apart and It's All Been Downhill from There

Author: Lillian Santacrose

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1365965171

Category: Poetry

Page: N.A

View: 8374


this is a book where i try to convince people my life is funny but apparently it is “just sad” and something i should “not be so nonchalant about”. this is a book of finsta posts that were too long to fit into instagram’s word limit and this a book of love letters to people who don’t think i exist. this book is a learning tool that you can maybe gift to your tweenage granddaughter so she can figure out how not to end up like me before it’s too late. this is a book about being forced to let go and leave home but never forgetting what made it a home in the first place. this is a book of things no mother ever wants to read. this is a book of secrets from possibly the most guarded person on this planet. this is a book about everything and nothing at the same time.

The Committee to Destroy the World

Author: Michael E. Lewitt

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1119183545

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 448

View: 9519


An updated examination of what's weakening the U.S. economy, and how to fix it The Committee to Destroy the World: Inside the Plot to Unleash a Super Crash on the Global Economy is a passionate and informed analysis of the struggling global economy. In this masterfully conceived and executed work, Michael Lewitt, one of Wall Street's most respected market strategists and money managers, updates his groundbreaking examination of the causes of the 2008 crisis and argues that economic and geopolitical conditions are even more unstable today. His analysis arrives in time for the impending economic and geopolitical debates of the 2016 election season. Lewitt explains in detail how debt has now overrun the world's capacity, how federal policies of the past few decades have created a downward vortex sapping growth and vitality from the American economy, and how greed and corruption are preventing reform. The financial crisis created tens of trillions of debt, leaving investors to pay a huge price for these policy failures: The highest asset inflation we've seen in our lifetimes, although the government claims there isn't enough inflation More than $2 trillion of stock buybacks funded with low cost debt that are artificially inflating stock prices The Federal Reserve and other global central banks becoming the largest buyers of government debt in order to suppress interest rates An M&A boom resulting from companies needing to find growth outside of their core businesses While the financial media misses the story, Lewitt pulls no punches explaining how all of these trends are leading to the brink of another crisis. Lewitt lays out a survival plan for the average investor to protect their assets when the debt bubble bursts. The first edition of this book expressed hope that policymakers would not let the financial crisis go to waste. This book urges investors to learn from the crushed hope and take action before the next crisis.