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Mazie by Melanie Crowder

Title Mazie
Author Melanie Crowder
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2021-02-23
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9780525516750
Language English, Spanish, and French
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*"Deserves a standing ovation." --Kirkus Reviews (starred review) *"The peppy first-person narrative keeps the story zipping along, and adroitly placed period details make the setting come alive in this bighearted, exuberant novel." --Publishers Weekly (starred review) An eighteen-year-old aspiring actress trades in starry Nebraska skies for the bright lights of 1950s Broadway in this show-stopping novel from award-winning author Melanie Crowder. Mazie has always longed to be on Broadway. But growing up in her small Nebraska town, that always seemed like an impossible dream. So when an opportunity presents itself to spend six weeks auditioning, Mazie jumps at the chance, leaving behind everything--and everyone--she's ever known. New York City is a shock to the senses: thrilling, but lonely. Auditions are brutal. Mazie's homesick and she misses the boyfriend whose heart she broke when she left. Nothing is as she expected. With money running out, and faced with too many rejections to count, Mazie is more determined than ever to land a role. But when she discovers that booking a job might mean losing sight of herself, everything Mazie always thought she wanted is called into question. Mazie is the story of a girl caught between two lives--and two loves--as she navigates who she is, what matters most, and the cost of following her dream. Praise for Mazie: "Entertaining and heartfelt."-- Booklist "Mazie’s authenticity makes this novel stand out. Recommended for all collections, especially where theater is popular."– School Library Journal

Saint Mazie by Jami Attenberg

Title Saint Mazie
Author Jami Attenberg
Publisher Grand Central Publishing
Release Date 2015-06-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9781455599882
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Meet Mazie Phillips: big-hearted and bawdy, she's the truth-telling proprietress of The Venice, the famed New York City movie theater. It's the Jazz Age, with romance and booze aplenty--even when Prohibition kicks in--and Mazie never turns down a night on the town. But her high spirits mask a childhood rooted in poverty, and her diary, always close at hand, holds her dearest secrets. When the Great Depression hits, Mazie's life is on the brink of transformation. Addicts and bums roam the Bowery; homelessness is rampant. If Mazie won't help them, then who? When she opens the doors of The Venice to those in need, this ticket taking, fun-time girl becomes the beating heart of the Lower East Side, and in defining one neighborhood helps define the city. Then, more than ninety years after Mazie began her diary, it's discovered by a documentarian in search of a good story. Who was Mazie Phillips, really? A chorus of voices from the past and present fill in some of the mysterious blanks of her adventurous life. Inspired by the life of a woman who was profiled in Joseph Mitchell's classic Up in the Old Hotel, SAINT MAZIE is infused with Jami Attenberg's signature wit, bravery, and heart. Mazie's rise to "sainthood"--and her irrepressible spirit--is unforgettable. *Includes Reading Group Guide*

Juneteenth For Mazie by Floyd Cooper

Title Juneteenth for Mazie
Author Floyd Cooper
Publisher Capstone
Release Date 2015
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 40
ISBN 9781479558193
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Little Mazie wants the freedom to stay up late, but her father explains what freedom really means in the story of Juneteenth, and how her ancestors celebrated their true freedom.

Heart Of Fire by Mazie K. Hirono

Title Heart of Fire
Author Mazie K. Hirono
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2021-04-20
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 416
ISBN 9781984881618
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"[A] sparkling, revelatory memoir.” —Oprah Daily "A beautiful book." --Trevor Noah, The Daily Show The intimate and inspiring life story of Mazie Hirono, the first Asian-American woman and the only immigrant serving in the U.S. Senate Mazie Hirono is one of the most fiercely outspoken Democrats in Congress, but her journey to the U.S. Senate was far from likely. Raised on a rice farm in rural Japan, she was seven years old when her mother, Laura, left her abusive husband and sailed with her two elder children to Hawaii, crossing the Pacific in steerage in search of a better life. Though the girl then known as "Keiko" did not speak or read English when she entered first grade, she would go on to serve as a state representative and as Hawaii's lieutenant governor before winning election to Congress in 2006. In this deeply personal memoir, Hirono traces her remarkable life from her earliest days in Hawaii, when the family lived in a single room in a Honolulu boarding house while her mother worked two jobs to keep them afloat, to her emergence as a highly effective legislator whose determination to help the most vulnerable was grounded in her own experiences of economic insecurity, lack of healthcare access, and family separation. Finally, it chronicles Hirono's recent transformation from dogged yet soft-spoken public servant into the frank and fiery advocate we know her as today. For the vast majority of Mazie Hirono's five decades in public service, even as she fought for the causes she believed in, she strove to remain polite and reserved. Steeped in the nonconfrontational cultures of Japan and Hawaii, and aware of the expectations of women in politics--chiefly, that they should never show an excess of emotion--she had schooled herself to bite her tongue, even as her male colleagues continually underestimated her. After the 2016 election, however, she could moderate herself no longer. In the face of a dangerous administration--and amid crucial battles with lasting implications for our democracy, from the Kavanaugh hearings to the impeachment trial--Senator Hirono was called to give voice to the fire that had always been inside her. The compelling and moving account of a woman coming into her own power over the course of a lifetime in public service, and of the mother whose courageous choices made her life possible, Heart of Fire is the story of a uniquely American journey, told by one of those fighting hardest to ensure that a story like hers is still possible in this country.

Mazie Baby by Julie Frayn

Title Mazie Baby
Author Julie Frayn
Publisher Julie Frayn
Release Date 2014-05-20
Category Fiction
Total Pages 268
ISBN 9780991851041
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Mazie Reynolds has moxie from the top of her bruised face to the tip of her broken wrist. She married a man she adored, and who adored her in return. But over fourteen years, her happy marriage soured with each new beating. When his attentions shift to their twelve-year-old daughter, Mazie knows it’s time to get the hell out. She hatches a plan to escape. But can she outwit the man she vowed to obey until death do they part?

Title Mazie Moo and her Clever Clouds Wonderful Water and Silly Sunshine
Author Krista Wicks
Publisher WestBow Press
Release Date 2012-10-17
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 24
ISBN 9781449769024
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Mazie Moo is a light-hearted and fun-loving youngster. Her country charm aims to amuse young readers. Mazie’s farm life, her love of nature and her genuine admiration for God’s gifts, reminds us all to take time to look around and enjoy life. This book offers three short stories and a rhyming grove that is Mazie Moo!

The Amazing Mazie Baker by Kay Johnston

Title The Amazing Mazie Baker
Author Kay Johnston
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2016
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1987915062
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"In 1931, Mazie Antone was born into the Squamish Nation, a community caught between its traditional values of respect—for the land, the family and the band—and the secular, capitalistic legislation imposed by European settlers. When she was six, the police carried her off to St. Paul’s Indian Residential School, as mandated by the 1920 Indian Act. There, she endured months of beatings, malnourishment and lice infestations before her family collected Mazie and her siblings and fled across the border. After the war, the family return to their home on the Capilano Reserve and Mazie began working at a cannery where she packed salmon for eleven years. Mazie married Alvie Baker, and together they raised nine children, but the legacy of residential school for Mazie and her generation meant they were alienated from their culture and language. Eventually Mazie reconnected with her Squamish identity and she began to mourn the loss of the old style of government by councils of hereditary chiefs and to criticize the corruption in the band leadership created in 1989 by federal legislation. Galvanized by the injustices she saw committed against and within her community—especially against indigenous women, who were denied status and property rights—she began a long career of advocacy. She fought for housing for families in need; she pushed for transparency in local government; she defended ancestral lands; she shone a bright light into the darkest political corners. Her family called her ch’sken: Golden Eagle. This intimate biography of a community leader illuminates a difficult, unresolved chapter of Canadian history and paints a portrait of a resilient and principled woman who faced down her every political foe, unflinching, irreverent, and uncompromising."--Publisher's website.

Israel S Higher Law by Steven V. Mazie

Title Israel s Higher Law
Author Steven V. Mazie
Publisher Lexington Books
Release Date 2006-04-07
Category Political Science
Total Pages 334
ISBN 9780739156643
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Israel's Higher Law, Steven V. Mazie sheds new light on the relationship between liberalism and religion through a detailed assessment of the Jewish state. Drawing on in-depth interviews with Israeli citizens, this compelling work scrutinizes the ways in which Israelis conceptualize and debate their polity's religion-state arrangement.

Saint Mazie by Jami Attenberg

Title Saint Mazie
Author Jami Attenberg
Publisher Serpent's Tail
Release Date 2015-06-11
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781782830696
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the bestselling author of The Middlesteins comes comes this unique novel about a forgotten heroine of the 1930s. Meet Mazie Phillips: big-hearted and feisty, she runs The Venice, the famed movie theatre in the rundown Bowery district of New York City. She spends her days taking tickets, chatting with drunks and eccentrics, and chasing out the troublemakers. After closing up, the nights are her own, and she fills them with romance and booze aplenty-even during Prohibition. When the Great Depression hits, and homelessness soars, Mazie opens The Venice to those in need, giving them shelter and dimes for food and booze, and earning the nickname 'Saint Mazie'. Inspired by Joseph Mitchell's essay about Mazie in Up in the Old Hotel, acclaimed author Jami Attenberg's novel honours an extraordinary life and heralds a completely original approach to writing historical fiction. Weaving together fictionalised diaries, writings and interviews, Attenberg has constructed an utterly convincing portrait of Mazie Philips, which is also a deeply moving portrait of New York as it passed through the First World War, Prohibition, the boom of the '20s, and then the terrible depression of the '30s.

Juneteenth For Mazie by Floyd Cooper

Title Juneteenth for Mazie
Author Floyd Cooper
Publisher Capstone Editions
Release Date 2021-03
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 30
ISBN 9781684463640
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Mazie is ready to celebrate liberty. She is ready to celebrate freedom. She is ready to celebrate a great day in American history. The day her ancestors were no longer slaves. Mazie remembers the struggles and the triumph, as she gets ready to celebrate Juneteenth.

Title Mazie and the Mysterious Hedge
Author Brandi Roper
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018-11-07
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 36
ISBN 1683147243
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Mazie the mouse is a meticulous gardener and proud of her yard. She has perfectly pruned rose bushes and a beautiful lawn. Until her clumsy friend George the gopher flings up dirt, Sue the mole shatters Mazie's favorite decoration, and Ruth the rabbit's boys smash the roses. With each accident, Mazie's yard looks less lovely, she grows angrier, and a mysterious hedge sprouts higher and higher around her lawn--and her heart. How could George, Sue, and those boys be so careless? No real friend would make such foolish mistakes. She will never forgive them! At least the hedge will keep them out. But what will Mazie do when it cuts her off from the rest of the world? How will Mazie ever get rid of that pesky plant? Filled with fun animal characters, Mazie and the Mysterious Hedge shows how unforgiveness closes us off from our friends and what can happen when we finally stop letting it grow in our hearts.

Mazie S Joy by Lizzie Joyce Tomlinson

Title Mazie s joy
Author Lizzie Joyce Tomlinson
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1877
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN OXFORD:600100877
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Mazie Moo and Her Clever Clouds Wonderful Water and Silly Sunshine
Author Krista Wicks
Publisher WestBow Press
Release Date 2012-10
Category
Total Pages 24
ISBN 9781449769017
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Mazie Moo is a light-hearted and fun-loving youngster. Her country charm aims to amuse young readers. Mazie s farm life, her love of nature and her genuine admiration for God s gifts, reminds us all to take time to look around and enjoy life. This book offers three short stories and a rhyming grove that is Mazie Moo!

American Justice 2015 by Steven V. Mazie

Title American Justice 2015
Author Steven V. Mazie
Publisher University of Pennsylvania Press
Release Date 2015-09-29
Category Law
Total Pages 180
ISBN 9780812292275
Language English, Spanish, and French
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American Justice 2015: The Dramatic Tenth Term of the Roberts Court is the indispensable guide to the most controversial and divisive cases decided by the Supreme Court in the 2014-15 term. Steven Mazie, Supreme Court correspondent for The Economist, examines the term's fourteen most important cases, tracing the main threads of contention and analyzing the expected impacts of the decisions on the lives of Americans. Legal experts and law students will be drawn to the lively summaries of the issues and arguments, while scholars and theorists will be engaged and provoked by the book's elegant introduction, in which Mazie invokes John Rawls's theory of "public reason" to defend the institution of the Supreme Court against its many critics. Mazie contends that the Court is less ideologically divided than most observers presume, issuing many more unanimous rulings than 5-4 decisions throughout the term that concluded in June 2015. When ruling on questions ranging from marriage equality to freedom of speech to the Affordable Care Act, the justices often showed a willingness to depart from their ideological fellow travelers—and this was particularly true of the conservative justices. Chief Justice Roberts joined his liberal colleagues in saving Obamacare and upholding restrictions on personal solicitation of campaign funds by judicial candidates. Justice Samuel Alito and the chief voted with the liberals to expand the rights of pregnant women in the workplace. And Justice Clarence Thomas floated to the left wing of the bench in permitting Texas to refuse to print a specialty license plate emblazoned with a Confederate flag. American Justice 2015 conveys, in clear, accessible terms, the arguments, decisions, and drama in these cases, as well as in cases involving Internet threats, unorthodox police stops, death-penalty drugs, racial equality, voting rights, and the separation of powers.

Timmy And Mazie by Jessica Welsh

Title Timmy and Mazie
Author Jessica Welsh
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2013-09-27
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781483696027
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Timmy and Maize is a book full of colourful exciting pictures that engage children’s imagination and tell the story of a brother and sister who love each other in spite of their differences.

Mazie To The Rescue by Judith Thumser

Title Mazie to the Rescue
Author Judith Thumser
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release Date 2008-05-01
Category Cats
Total Pages 16
ISBN 9781434386236
Language English, Spanish, and French
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One stormy night, Mazie along with Adeline and Lucy rescue three kittens caught in the wind and rain outside.

Screen Kiss by Ann Roberts

Title Screen Kiss
Author Ann Roberts
Publisher Bella Books
Release Date 2019-02-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9781642470871
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Addy Tornado wishes her love life was as dramatic as her name. A true romantic, Addy lives for the movies and yearns for a mate who is as beautiful, sexy, witty, and as smart as the heroines on the screen. Of course that someone would also have to put up with her OCD about color coordination… Mazie Midnight has one dream—to finish her Master’s program in music performance. She reinvents herself and moves to the west coast to attend Cammon University, hoping a new name and a new start will be what she needs to face the one barrier keeping her from a degree: terrible stage fright. Mazie takes a job at the Bijou Theater, Addy’s favorite place in the whole world, and the two clash immediately over Mazie’s re-arrangement of the colorful candies. Mazie meets none of Addy’s expectations in a mate, and Addy sees Mazie as nothing more than an adversary…until Mazie opens her mouth to sing. Believing the world should hear Mazie, Addy vows to help her overcome her stage fright. But can she see Mazie as someone to love? Will they ever share anything as perfect as a screen kiss?

Title Mazie Bissell She s Overcome Some Rocky Roads
Author Mazie Bissell
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1975
Category Women singers
Total Pages 86
ISBN OCLC:741951531
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Profile on life of singer and entertainer Mazie Bissell; a native of Newberry County, S.C.; published (1 Mar. 1975) in Columbia Record newspaper.

Mazie by Maria Leona Planner's 2000

Title Mazie
Author Maria Leona Planner's 2000
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-09-12
Category
Total Pages 112
ISBN 1692677357
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Personal Touch That Shows You Care! The Great Thing About This 6x9 Super Handy Planner Is Not Only Is It Useful It Makes A Fantastic Tailored Gift For Your Recipient. Super Handy Planner Phone Number Log Email Log Calendar Weekly Planner Blank Notes Pages Blank Lined Pages Grid Dots Pages Bonuses Website Passwords Personal Goals Vacation Planning Packing List Party Planning Christmas Day Planner Grocery List

The Chronically Distressed Client by Frances Power Rowan

Title The Chronically Distressed Client
Author Frances Power Rowan
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1980
Category Community mental health services
Total Pages 217
ISBN UOM:39015002429234
Language English, Spanish, and French
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