Angela S Kitchen

Author: Angela Hartnett
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1448116961
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[Previously published as A Taste of Home] With Angela's Kitchen, Angela Hartnett brings her informal, grounded style of cooking into our own kitchen. Drawing inspiration from her childhood experiences of accessible home cooking with her Italian grandmother, she mixes Mediterranean influences with European to create delectable recipes that are straightforward, quick and easy to make. Whether you want to cook a simple lunch or an after-work supper, Angela has a mouthwatering recipe to satisfy your needs. If you just want a snack or starter you can try a Lamb Broth with Mint, or Goat's Curd and Lentil Salad. For main meals there are fresh twists on classic home dishes, such as Beef Stew with Butternut Squash and Red Onions - and some traditional Italian recipes including Sausage Rigatoni and Fennel. Those with a sweet tooth can indulge in Ginger and Passion Fruit Trifle or Chocolate Pecan Tart. With mouthwatering photography by Jonathan Lovekin, this is, simply put, an indispensable addition to any home cooking enthusiast's shelves.

Mary Angela S Kitchen

Author: Karen A. Chase
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ISBN: 9781733752824
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Angela S Kitchen

Author: Paul Capsis
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ISBN: 9780868199467
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In 1948, Angela left Malta. Having gathered up five children, she sailed out on the Strathnavar, leaving poverty and the war behind. Her destination: Australia. In Surry Hills, she could build a bright new life. If only she could first learn the language, finish shoring up their dilapidated house, find new friends, get the racist neighbour off her back and keep her son away from sly grog queen Kate Leigh's kids. Back in Malta, someone else has made a journey. Making his way along Kalkara's glistening harbourside, a young man with flowing black hair has returned to claim his past. Paul Capsis is walking home. A journey that begins at a kitchen table becomes a sprawling family history and a fitting tribute to a much-loved matriarch. (1 male or 1 female).

Distant Moments Angela S Story

Author: Marion Landry
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595190685
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Unloved by her mother, adored by her father, 16-year-old Angela Pollak, a fiery Austrian beauty was betrothed, by her parents, to a man she detested. Soon after the wedding, her husband, Hans, migrated to New York and two years later sent for Angela. Shortly after her arrival, Angela noticed her once handsome husband had abusive, drinking problems and was also seeing another woman. A year later, in 1905, their daughter was born and matters got worse with Hans. The couple soon separated—he wanted a new life with his married paramour and Angela was left to raise her beloved Julia in a strange country. Several years later, unforeseen circumstances forced Angela to send the child to Groissenbrunn to be raised by her parents. Rudy enters her life in 1911 and she finds true happiness for the rest of her days. This novel follows Angela’s life to the end. Her successes in New York City were many, especially pioneering Antique Row on Third Avenue more than 70 years ago. Distant Moments—Angela’s Story is filled with drama, excitement, love, disappointments and a feel of what it was like to be an immigrant so long ago.

Allergy Busters

Author: Kathleen A. Chara
Editor: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9781843107828
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Describes how Karston, who suffers from autism-related problems, struggled with food and environmental allergies, and presents the "Allergy Buster System" with four "Allergy Buster Keys" that he and his caregivers use to manage them.

Teaching And Learning Literature With Children And Young Adults

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Employment Gazette

Author: Great Britain. Department of Employment
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North South West

Author: David Foster
Editor: South Melbourne, Vic. : Macmillan of Australia
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Anthony Adverse

Author: Hervey Allen
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The Blemished

Author: Sarah Dalton
Editor: Sarah Dalton
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A beautiful world comes at a price... In a dystopian future filled with stunning clones, Mina Hart is Blemished. Her genes are worthless and that takes away her rights: her right to an education, her right to a normal life, and her right to have a child. Mina keeps a dangerous secret, but when she meets Angela on her first day at St Jude's School, she inadvertently reveals a hidden power. Their friendship is soon complicated when Mina is introduced to Angela’s adopted brother Daniel. Mina finds herself drawn to his mysterious powers and impulsive nature. Then there is the gorgeous clone Sebastian who Mina is forbidden from even speaking to… The Blemished is a frightening take on a fractured future where the Genetic Enhancement Ministry have taken control of Britain. It will take you on a ride filled with adventure, romance, and rebellion. Book one in the popular YA dystopia series 'Blemished'. Also by the author: The Blemished series - YA dystopia The Mary Hades series - YA horror Keywords: dystopia, teen, romance, love triangle, adventure, science fiction, genetics, post apocalyptic, first love, action, rebel, female main character, supernatural powers, psychic powers, superhuman, friendship, young adult.

Down And Out In Cambridge

Author: Douglas Fairbairn
Editor: Coward Mc Cann
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An autobiographical novel about the sentimental education of a misfit follows the protagonist's misadventures and descent into romantic poverty at Harvard during the Depression

Tales Of The Wildman

Author: Justin Tully
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1445766132
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Tales Of The Wildman is an action packed adventure novel that follows a fictional myth regarding a Wildman that has long since been rumoured to be living in and around Taunton Forest.The students and teachers from Willowside School are in Taunton for a school trip. This is where they both hear and fear the Wildman for the first time. Everyone else in and around Taunton has some kind of story to tell about the Wildman most come into contact with as children.After some disturbances just over the fence from the Hive Hotel that Willowside School are staying at, the police officers are called in to see what's making everyone in the area suddenly on edge.The only question is whether or not Willowside School will make it back to Highams Park in London without losing any members of its group...

American Theatre

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The Thoroughbreds Of Persimmon County

Author: Sharon Young
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557066956
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Thoroughbreds is the second book of the Angela Bishop trilogy, where she continues to take up the lifelong ambition of her idealistic twin brother, who was killed in Vietnam. Throughout the story she wrestles with an overwhelming sense of destiny as she struggles against Otto Schroeder, falls in love with a draft dodger and winds up on the state political scene. Angela decides to run for political office, partly so she can oppose Otto's plan, who among other things, is trying to push a bill to stop President Carter's mandate to give amnesty to draft dodgers.As with the rest of the trilogy, Thoroughbreds is written in the tradition of a carefully detailed plot, drawn out sparingly in a sensitive, internal monologue. The book expresses a sense of destiny that many people have, and who would enjoy reading about someone who begins to experience its fulfillment.Although this book stands alone outside the trilogy, characters from the other two books live in this story, and oh yes'¦a few horses.

Ashes And Angel Wings

Author: Greg Stolze
Editor: White Wolf Pub
ISBN: 9781588468055
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Booty Bones

Author: Carolyn Haines
Editor: Minotaur Books
ISBN: 1466846291
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Sarah Booth Delaney's fiancé, Graf Milieu, has become depressed while recovering from a severe leg injury, but Sarah Booth knows just how to help him heal. She's arranged a romantic getaway for the two of them at a lovely beach cottage on Dauphin Island off the Gulf Coast. On the first day of their island adventure, they take a historical tour led by Angela Trotter, a young woman well-versed in local lore, including rumors of pirate treasure hidden somewhere on the island. In fact, Angela confides to Sarah Booth and Graf that her father, a sailor and treasure hunter, was murdered just when he thought he was closing in on the treasure. Angela's convinced that the wrong man was imprisoned for her father's murder, and she manages to persuade Sarah Booth to take the case. And Sarah Booth soon realizes that there's much more going on than meets the eye. With untold amounts of treasure offering plenty of motive for murder and a fiancé falling deeper into depression, Sarah Booth's peaceful island vacation is quickly spinning out of control. In Booty Bones, Carolyn Haines will once again delight readers with her trademark blend of clever plotting, witty prose, and Southern charm.

American Dreams Global Visions

Author: Donald F. Hones
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 113565395X
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This book presents the struggle for dialogue and understanding between teachers and refugee and immigrant families, in their own words. Forging a stronger connection between teachers, newcomers, and their families is one of the greatest challenges facing schools in the United States. Teachers need to become familiar with the political, economic, and sociocultural contexts of these newcomers' lives, and the role of the U.S. in influencing these contexts in positive and negative ways. The important contribution of American Dreams, Global Visions is to bring together global issues of international politics and economics and their effects on migration and refugee situations, national issues of language and social policy, and local issues of education and finding ways to live together in an increasingly diverse society. Narratives of four immigrant families in the United States (Hmong, Mexican, Assyrian/Kurdish, Kosovar) and the teacher-researchers who are coming to know them form the heart of this work. The narratives are interwoven with data from the research and critical analysis of how the narratives reflect and embody local, national, and global contexts of power. The themes that are developed set the stage for critical dialogues about culture, language, history, and power. Central to the book is a rationale and methodology for teachers to conduct dialogic research with refugees and immigrants--research encompassing methods as once ethnographic, participatory, and narrative--which seeks to engage researchers and participants in dialogues that shed light on economic, political, social, and cultural relationships; to represent these relationships in texts; and to extend these dialogues to promote broader understanding and social justice in schools and communities. American Dreams, Global Visions will interest teachers, social workers, and others who work with immigrants and refugees; researchers, professionals, and students across the fields of education, language and culture, ethnic studies, American studies, and anthropology; and members of the general public interested in learning more about America's most recent newcomers. It is particularly appropriate for courses in foundations of education, multicultural education, comparative education, language and culture, and qualitative research.

Working With Challenging Behaviour

Author: Helen Bishton
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 9781873942468
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Produced by a team of psychologists in Leicestershire, each unit is published with leader notes and key copies for overhead transparencies, handouts and activities. The programme can be delivered in two to three full days training, or in a series of shorter workshop sessions, either in-house or by an outside facilitator. Parts of the course can be selected as appropriate. The training, suitable for teachers and non-teaching staff, provides a varied programme which: " raises awareness " encourages attitude change " provides information " teaches new skills " introduces gentle teaching.

Echoes

Author: Maeve Binchy
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 9781440653667
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An emotional story of love, betrayal, friendship, and family from #1 New York Times bestselling author Maeve Binchy. David Power and Clare O'Brien both grew up dreaming of escape from the battered seaside town of Castlebay, Ireland, but they might as well have had the ocean between them. David is the cherished son of a prosperous doctor, while Clare lives with her large family behind their faltering store, longing for a moment of quiet to study. When they both go to university in Dublin—he as a matter of course, she on a hard-won scholarship—their worlds collide. They find freedom in each other—until the families, lovers, and secrets they left in Castlebay come back to haunt them... “Laughter and tears, it’s what Binchy does best.”—San Francisco Chronicle Book Review “The Castlebay Maeve Binchy creates is a marvelous place.”—The New York Times Book Review

A Recipe For Success

Author: Shelley Kinash
Editor: IAP
ISBN: 1607526336
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In North America, 64% of adults and 25% of children are overweight or obese. We are bombarded by food; it is everywhere we turn. People with PraderWilli syndrome (PWS) are an untapped expertise in combatting this problem. People with this genetic disorder gain approximately 2030% more weight on 50% less calories, and are driven to eat. The traditional approach to this syndrome was to lock up all food, and control, restrict, and supervise all activity. While people with PWS were kept alive, they had no quality of life. Today, there are leaders within the PWS community who are taking cuttingedge approaches to combating both health and quality of life issues. Their secrets are revealed within this book. It is a mustread for anyone seeking: a new approach to societal health and wellness; an answer to weight maintenance for themselves or someone they love, and/or; a means of supporting persons with disabling conditions such as PWS and beyond to achieve meaningful, healthy lives. “In 1999 the World Bank asked 60,000 people living on less than a dollar a day to identify the biggest hurdle to their advancement. It wasn't food, shelter or health care. It was access to a voice.” www.videovolunteers.org In 2007 Albertans with PraderWilli syndrome and their families were interviewed and they made the same plea. PraderWilli syndrome is a genetic condition with a complex presentation of characteristics including a body chemistry that is a poor compliment to a pronounced food desire. However, the people interviewed did not ask for a new diet, or rehabilitation strategies. They asked that people listen. By empowering persons with PraderWilli syndrome and their families to tell their stories, A Recipe For Success gives a voice to those who have been unheard, and inspires the people who fi ght for them. This book is a must read for anyone seeking; a cuttingedge approach to societal health and wellness; an answer to weight maintenance for themselves or someone they love, and/or; a means of supporting persons with disabling conditions such as PraderWilli syndrome and beyond to achieve meaningful, healthy lives. This book explores health and wellness, with an emphasis on food drive, as well as disability culture, through the voices of selfadvocates with PWS and families. It should be read by: • Parents of all children (disabled and not) who want to instill positive, healthy food practices. • Adults who have attempted diets and still not lost the weight. Adults who are seeking an alternate approach. • Doctors and other medical professionals who seek continuing education. • Teachers who are negotiating the balance between organic and teachable conditions. • Selfadvocates with disabling conditions who want to explore their own personal voice through the voices of others experiencing stigma and oppression. • Family members of persons with disabling conditions who want to affirm their experiences and interpretations and learn how to navigate the systems. • Government administrators who want to inform their funding allocation. • Extended family, friends, and the publicatlarge who want to understand disability and reexamine their attitudes. • Human service workers who want to know how best to support persons with disabling conditions and how to listen to families. • Anyone who wants to know about PraderWilli Syndrome.