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Threading The Needles Of Life by George Byron Crocker

Title Threading the Needles of Life
Author George Byron Crocker
Publisher George Bcrocker
Release Date 2017-12-21
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 266
ISBN 1773700073
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book chronicles the struggles of growing up in rural Newfoundland and Labrador, family struggles and his biggest challenge surviving and recovery from a stroke and brain Surgery

Making Life More Livable by Maureen A. Duffy

Title Making Life More Livable
Author Maureen A. Duffy
Publisher American Foundation for the Blind
Release Date 2002
Category Family & Relationships
Total Pages 132
ISBN 0891283870
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This newly revised and updated handbook is an essential guide for adults experiencing vision loss as well as an invaluable resource for their families and friends. Full of practical tips and illustrative photographs, this easy-to-use resource shows how people who are visually impaired can continue living independent, productive lives at home on their own. Useful general guidelines and room-by-room suggestions provide simple and effective solutions for making homes accessible and everyday activities doable for adults regardless of age.

Threading The Needle by Marie Bostwick

Title Threading the Needle
Author Marie Bostwick
Publisher Kensington Books
Release Date 2011
Category Fiction
Total Pages 358
ISBN 9780758232175
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In New Bern, Connecticut, one woman's marriage is suffering and another is trying to salvage a rundown cottage. The Cobbled Court Quilt Shop will bring them together and help them discover the power of sisterhood to heal old wounds.

Making Life More Livable by Ellen Lederman

Title Making Life More Livable
Author Ellen Lederman
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 1994-11-01
Category Education
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9780671875312
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Covers cleaning, cooking, dressing, eating, gardening, grooming, mobility, recreation, and safety, and offers advice on living with specific ailments

Mending Life by Nina Montenegro

Title Mending Life
Author Nina Montenegro
Publisher Sasquatch Books
Release Date 2020-05-19
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9781632172532
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Learn the art and craft of mending—a joyful and meditative practice and a powerful act of restoration for the clothes and belongings we love. This beautifully illustrated handbook will show you how to mend jeans, socks, sweaters, down jackets, and leggings and other common repairs. Mending Life encourages us to cherish our things by repairing them rather than discarding them. Filled with heartfelt stories that celebrate a sustainable, intentional lifestyle, it also encourages us to change our consumption habits so that with small mends here and there, we extend the life of our garments and other household items. Encouraging readers interested in slow fashion and craftcore, this handbook is for beginners but also offers more advanced techniques to those with some experience in mending. You'll learn basic techniques such as patching, but will have options to take it a step further with decorative sashiko stitching; you'll also learn how to darn socks and mend sweaters, as well as things like a tear in a bedsheet or down jacket. Along the way, Nina and Sonya Montenegro—creators of TheFarWoods— share how the powerful act of mending strengthens not only the object we are repairing, but ourselves as well. Vibrant, full-color illustrations are woven throughout the this timeless and practical guide to cherishing and caring for our belongings.

Life S Vignettes by Roger Miller

Title Life s Vignettes
Author Roger Miller
Publisher iUniverse
Release Date 2009-11
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 204
ISBN 9781440182921
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Enjoy some family and children's vignettes that you wished you had remembered to write down. Let this collection stir your memory into stating, "Oh, I wish I had taken the time to write that down." Life's Vignettes taps our memories from early childhood through adulthood. It touches on interesting incidents occurring in homes, work and Army. It stimulates the thought that "I could do the same thing!"

Title Home Ec for Everyone Practical Life Skills in 118 Projects
Author Sharon Bowers
Publisher Workman Publishing
Release Date 2021-04-27
Category House & Home
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781523514045
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Did you remember your scissors? Discover the tremendous pleasure of learning how to do it yourself how to cook, sew, clean, and more, the way it used to be taught in Home Ec class. With illustrated step by step instructions, plus relevant charts, lists, and handy graphics, Home Ec for everyone offers a crash course in learning 118 practical life skills-everything from frosting the perfect birthday cake to fixing a zipper to whitening a dingy T-shirt to packing a suitcase (the right way). It’s all made clear in plain, nontechnical language for any level of DIYer, and it comes with a guarantee: No matter how simple the task, doing it with your own two hands provides a feeling of accomplishment that no app or device will ever give you.

Title From Video Games to Real Life Tapping into Minecraft to Inspire Creativity and Learning in the Library
Author Mary L. Glendening
Publisher ABC-CLIO
Release Date 2016-09-19
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 115
ISBN 9781440843792
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This guide shows youth librarians how to use the appeal of Minecraft—a game that many young learners are intensely passionate about—to create engaging library programs that encourage creativity and build STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) learning through library programs. • Helps librarians harness the power of an incredibly popular game and use it effectively as a springboard to learning • Assists librarians in supporting STEM and STEAM initiatives • Offers specific guidance for dozens of hands-on activities

Embroider Your Life by Nathalie Mornu

Title Embroider Your Life
Author Nathalie Mornu
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2017-09-12
Category Design
Total Pages 128
ISBN 9781465471130
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Embellish your world with 150 motifs designed by 20 of today's most popular embroidery artists of Instagram and Etsy! Perfect for beginners, Embroider Your Life is a beautiful, inspirational, step-by-step visual guide for all things embroidery. You'll learn the simplest embroidery stitches and techniques, and see the creative ways embellishments can be used to personalize your head-to-toe wearables, accessories, and home goods! Here's what you'll find in Embroider Your Life: · 150 stylish and modern motifs for people, numbers and words, animals and plants, geometric patterns, frames and wreaths, and much more · 4 detailed, step-by-step projects for stitching on paper, shadow work, sashiko, and stitching a house from a photo · Beautiful color photography and detailed illustrations to inspire your creativity and spark your imagination · Guidance on choosing tools and materials including hoops, thread types, and fabrics · Instructions for transferring motifs to materials, performing basic stitches, mounting fabric on a stretcher, fabric appliqué, and more

O Donovan Rossa S Prison Life by Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa

Title O Donovan Rossa s Prison Life
Author Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1874
Category Fenians
Total Pages 448
ISBN UCBK:B000705709
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa (1831-1915) was an Irish Fenian leader. In 1865, he was charged with plotting a Fenian uprising, put on trial for high treason and sentenced to penal servitude for life. He served his time in Pentonville, Portland, and Chatham prisons, among others. He was finally released on the understanding that he would not return to Ireland and moved to the United States in 1870. His tale of famine, leek porridge, tight irons, taking an airing in the exercise yard, and working in the quarries is a disturbing portrayal of another age, regardless of one's political point of view. Press opinions at rear, along with advertising for the author's own hotel.

Title World of a Slave Encyclopedia of the Material Life of Slaves in the United States 2 volumes
Author Kym S. Rice
Publisher ABC-CLIO
Release Date 2010-12-13
Category Social Science
Total Pages 581
ISBN 9780313349430
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This two-volume encyclopedia is the first to focus on the material life of slaves. • 178 A–Z entries on almost all aspects of the material culture of enslaved African Americans from the 17th century until 1865 • Contributions from a plethora of scholars, curators, artisans, and archaeologists in the field • Sidebars including quotations from former slaves in which they describe the use and meaning of material objects • Period paintings, watercolors, photographs, and drawings that illustrate the material world of enslaved blacks • Photos of buildings, archaeological assemblages, and modern-day reproductions to illustrate specific entries • A thematic guide that helps users easily find related topics • Includes a substantial selected bibliography, including vetted websites

Speed Of Life by Carol Weston

Title Speed of Life
Author Carol Weston
Publisher Sourcebooks, Inc.
Release Date 2017-04-04
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9781492631354
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From award winning author Carol Weston comes an uplifting, heartfelt tale of bravery and strength in the face of loss and grief, perfect for tweens, teens and adults alike. "I will eagerly place it on my daughter's bookshelf, so that she, like Sofia, can find her own resilience and voice in our painful, joyful, speeding world."—New York Times Sofia lost her mother eight months ago, and her friends were 100% there for her. Now it's a new year and they're ready for Sofia to move on. But being a motherless daughter is hard to get used to, especially when you're only fourteen. Problem is, Sofia can't bounce back, can't recharge like a cellphone. She decides to write Dear Kate, an advice columnist for Fifteen Magazine, and is surprised to receive a fast reply. Soon the two are exchanging emails, and Sofia opens up and spills all, including a few worries that are totally embarrassing. Turns out even advice columnists don't have all the answers, and one day Sofia learns a secret that flips her world upside down. 2018 Best Fiction for Young Adults - American Library Association A 2018 Best Children's Book of the Year - Bank Street College of Education 2017 Best Fiction for Older Readers - Chicago Public Library 2019 2020 Young Hoosier Book Award Longlist Four STARRED Reviews Read the first page from Speed of Life: WARNING: This is kind of a sad story. At least at first. So if you don't like sad stories, maybe you shouldn't read this. I mean, I'd understand if you put it down and watched cat videos instead. I like cat videos too. Then again, this book is already in your hands. It starts and ends on January 1, and I was thinking of calling it The Year My Whole Life Changed. Or Life, Death, and Kisses. Or maybe even The Year I Grew Up. For me, being fourteen was hard. Really hard. Childhood was a piece of cake. Being a kid in New York City and spending summers in Spain, that was all pretty perfect, looking back. But being fourteen was like climbing a mountain in the rain. In flip-flops. I hoped I'd wind up in a different place, but I kept tripping and slipping and falling and wishing it weren't way too late to turn around. This book does have funny parts. And I learned two giant facts: Number one: everything can change in an instant—for worse, sure, but also for better. Number two: sometimes, if you just keep climbing, you get an amazing view. You see what's behind you and what's ahead of you and—the big surprise—what's inside you.

Home Life Made Beautiful by Margaret Elizabeth Sangster

Title Home Life Made Beautiful
Author Margaret Elizabeth Sangster
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1897
Category Christian life
Total Pages 448
ISBN UOM:69015000006748
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In her discussion of marriage and the family, Sangster romanticizes the home and woman's role in it.

Life More Sweet Than Bitter by Maruice Warshaw

Title Life More Sweet than Bitter
Author Maruice Warshaw
Publisher Lulu.com
Release Date 1975
Category
Total Pages 252
ISBN 9780982731345
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title A Boy s Guide to Life
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1999
Category Boys
Total Pages 208
ISBN 043907181X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Hospital by Brian Alexander

Title The Hospital
Author Brian Alexander
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Release Date 2021-03-09
Category Social Science
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781250237361
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An intimate, heart wrenching portrait of one small hospital that reveals the magnitude of America’s health care crises. “With his signature gut-punching prose, Alexander breaks our hearts as he opens our eyes to America’s deep-rooted sickness and despair by immersing us in the lives of a small town hospital and the people it serves. “ —Beth Macy, bestselling author of Dopesick By following the struggle for survival of one small-town hospital, and the patients who walk, or are carried, through its doors, The Hospital takes readers into the world of the American medical industry in a way no book has done before. Americans are dying sooner, and living in poorer health. Alexander argues that no plan will solve America’s health crisis until the deeper causes of that crisis are addressed. Bryan, Ohio's hospital, is losing money, making it vulnerable to big health systems seeking domination and Phil Ennen, CEO, has been fighting to preserve its independence. Meanwhile, Bryan, a town of 8,500 people in Ohio’s northwest corner, is still trying to recover from the Great Recession. As local leaders struggle to address the town’s problems, and the hospital fights for its life amid a rapidly consolidating medical and hospital industry, a 39-year-old diabetic literally fights for his limbs, and a 55-year-old contractor lies dying in the emergency room. With these and other stories, Alexander strips away the wonkiness of policy to reveal Americans’ struggle for health against a powerful system that’s stacked against them, but yet so fragile it blows apart when the pandemic hits. Culminating with COVID-19, this book offers a blueprint for how we created the crisis we're in.

Dramatic Scenes From Real Life by Lady Morgan (Sydney)

Title Dramatic Scenes from Real Life
Author Lady Morgan (Sydney)
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1833
Category English drama
Total Pages 86
ISBN NYPL:33433112071109
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions
Author Kate Lorig
Publisher Bull Publishing Company
Release Date 2006-09-01
Category Medical
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9781933503363
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Filled with hundreds of tips, suggestions, and strategies, this guide offers practical medical solutions in clear language. It explains how to develop and maintain exercise and nutrition programs, manage symptoms, determine when to seek medical help, work effectively with doctors, properly use medications and minimize side effects, find community resources, discuss the illness with family and friends, and tailor social activities for particular conditions. Written by six medical professionals, this book encourages an individual approach to the process, with the ultimate goal being greater self-management. Originally based on a five-year study conducted at Stanford University with hundreds of volunteers, this work has grown to include the feedback of medical professionals and thousands of people with chronic conditions all over the world.