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All the Way Home by David Giffels Book Resume:
With the lyrics of a Replacements song running through his head ("Look me in the eye, then tell me that I'm satisfied"), David Giffels—with his wife and infant son in tow—combs the environs of Akron, Ohio, in search of the perfect house for his burgeoning family. The quest ends at the front door of a beautiful but decaying Gilded Age mansion, the once-grand former residence of a rubber-industry executive. It lacks functional plumbing and electricity, leaks rain like a cartoon shack, and is infested with all manner of wildlife. But for a young father at a coming-of-age crossroads, the challenge is precisely the allure. All the Way Home is Giffels's funny, poignant, and confounding journey through the great adventure of restoring a crumbling house on the way to discovering what the words "grown up" and "home" really mean.
All the Way Home by Edward D. Buckley Book Resume:
Meet Lightnin', a thirteen-year-old boy with a spectacular fastball and a less than accurate knuckleball, and his brother, Daniel, a badly crippled child with extraordinary and magical talent. They live in a home on the edge of mysterious woods with their ethereal mother and Zeke, an upbeat but embattled civil rights trial lawyer. Lightnin' and Daniel absorb the shame of their father, a former Atlanta Crackers pitcher jailed for attempted murder and try to ignore schoolyard gossip about their mother. Captivated by their grammar school teacher, Miss Rose, they gradually learn of her secret life. In this coming of age tale, two boys navigate their growing awareness of the Civil Rights Movement, of racial inequality, and the meaning of love and family. They witness a searing out-of-control jury trial that alters their family, their reality, and their hearts forever.
All the Way Home by N.A Book Resume:
Daddy Penguin has to look after the egg while Mummy is finding fish. But he wanders away from the Dad Huddle and he and the egg are whisked up into the air by a gust of wind, landing in the Arctic. Brave Daddy must find out where he is and how to get home. But the Arctic creatures aren't that friendly and he stumbles along in the cold, lost ... until he bumps into a reindeer, who takes them to breakfast with the Special Air Navigation Transport Authority ...Can brave Daddy Penguin and his new little one get all the way home before Mummy returns? If only penguins could fly ...Framed as a secret story that loving Daddy Penguin only shares with Little One, adults and their little ones will love cosying up to read this wintry tale with a warm heart. Debi Gliori's Dragon Loves Penguin was shortlisted for the 2015 Red House Children's Book Award, while her No Matter What is a perennial favourite with families all over the world.
All the Way Home by Patricia Reilly Giff Book Resume:
It’s August 1941, and Brick and Mariel both love the Brooklyn Dodgers. Brick listens to their games on the radio in Windy Hill, in upstate New York, where his family has an apple orchard; Mariel, once a polio patient in the hospital in Windy Hill, lives in Brooklyn near the Dodgers’ home, Ebbets Field. She was adopted by Loretta, a nurse at the hospital, and has never known what happened to her own mother. Someday, somehow, she plans to return to Windy Hill and find out. When a fire destroys their orchard, Brick’s parents must leave the farm to find work. They send him to live in Brooklyn with their friend Loretta, even though Brick knows that their elderly neighbors need his help to pick what’s left of the apples. The only good thing about Brooklyn is seeing the Dodgers play–that, and his friendship with Mariel. Maybe, together, they’ll find a way to return to Windy Hill, save the harvest, and learn the truth about Mariel’s past. From the Hardcover edition.
Jingle, All the Way Home by Anne Tenaglia Book Resume:
One day in October, twelve fighting dogs were rescued from a dogfighting ring and brought to the shelter. They got new Christmas names because they were supposed to be available for adoption at Christmas time. This is the story of Jingle, who joined our family as a medical foster dog. He went through six weeks of vet treatments, destroyed all the different cone collars we tried, ate the door jamb and a pillow, got out of his locked crate, shredded a $5 bill, but amazingly never barked, growled, or threatened anyone. Two months of fostering turned into eleven months when the court case dragged on into the following year. During that time, Jingle learned commands such as SIT, PAW, DOWN, and most importantly, LEAVE IT and DROP IT. Somewhere along the way, he learned to love and trust, chose us for his family, and wormed his way into our hearts. He has changed from an anxious, cowering dog into a fun-loving, confident one. We've learned a lot from Jingle, too. He taught us some valuable lessons about the true nature of pit bulls and how fighting dogs can be rehabbed with patience and love. This is the story of how that happened, how Jingle went from fighter to lover, Rescued by Love.
All the Way Home by Kristin Henry Book Resume:
Its the end of the 60s. American Jesse travels light. He has no family, just a guitar and a desire to do what hes always done keep moving. Flannery is attached to plenty of strings in her Northern Ireland home, but shes worn out by sectarian violence and looking for a place to help her forget. Australia is waiting to give them both a fresh start. And so is the charismatic and enigmatic Leon who dreams of creating the perfect community on the New South Wales coast. All the Way Home explores the importance of family bonds, home and belonging, and the seductiveness of a well-intentioned but ultimately flawed dream.
All the Way Home by Mary Pride Book Resume:
All the Way Home is the long-awaited sequel to Mary Pride's revolutionary book, The Way Home. Building on the theme of the home as the center of life, this book will change your ideas on what is possible for families today. More than a problem-solving manual, this text helps families do it right from the start.
All the Way Home by Bookey Peek Book Resume:
You're crazy ... She'll take over and shove us out. I can just see this place in winter: no carpets, acres of wet newspaper underfoot, family huddled under blankets while the pig hogs the fire.' Richard and Bookey Peek hadn't planned on a warthog, any more than one would plan a tidal wave, a tornado or triplets, but on Stone Hills game sanctuary, natural disasters have a way of happening when you least expect them. Through Zimbabwe's darkest hours, Stone Hills has become a world in itself, a place where you might share your shower with an owl or your bed with a baby squirrel. Take a fresh look at the hospitality game with a couple whose crocodiles are named after unpopular guests. And follow the barefoot young David and his playmate, the warthog Poombi, as she relinquishes her place on the sofa to return to the wild - much to her indignation. Engaging and delightfully readable, this is a testament to one family's passion for Africa's wildlife and their conviction that nothing can change the essential nature of the land and its people. All the Way Home is the exhilarating and intensely moving story of a fiercely protected piece of Africa in the heart of the majestic Matobo Hills.
How the Gospel Brings Us All the Way Home by Derek W. H. Thomas Book Resume:
We are accustomed to thinking of the gospel solely as the means by which we enter the kingdom of God. While it is true that believing the gospel results in our justification and eternal life, the gospel also has consequences for the entire Christian life from start to finish.
All the Way Home by Tom Melly Book Resume:
After a terrible accident at CERN, Louie Gage, a 14-year-old boy from the present day, finds himself stranded in another galaxy an unknown distance from Earth. At first, stuck on an apparently deserted planet, just staying alive seems both impossible as well as an all-consuming task, but, through luck and perseverance, he's able to begin his efforts to find his way back home. In his quest, he's both helped and hindered by an unusual assortment of aliens and machines - but finding his home won't be easy in a universe of over two hundred and fifty billion galaxies. And just who is trying to kill him and why? And just how, exactly, do you travel faster than light? ""All the Way Home"" is a full-length sf novel for ages 14 upwards.
The Way Home by Mark Boyle Book Resume:
It was 11pm when I checked my email for the last time and turned off my phone for what I hoped would be forever. No running water, no car, no electricity or any of the things it powers: the internet, phone, washing machine, radio or light bulb. Just a wooden cabin, on a smallholding, by the edge of a stand of spruce. In this honest and lyrical account of a remarkable life without modern technology, Mark Boyle explores the hard won joys of building a home with his bare hands, learning to make fire, collecting water from the spring, foraging and fishing. What he finds is an elemental life, one governed by the rhythms of the sun and seasons, where life and death dance in a primal landscape of blood, wood, muck, water, and fire – much the same life we have lived for most of our time on earth. Revisiting it brings a deep insight into what it means to be human at a time when the boundaries between man and machine are blurring.
All the Way Home by Nancy Healy Book Resume:
When two bicycles collide at the end of a driveway in 1993, three lives are changed forever. Katelyn (Kat) Summers' family has just moved to Webster, Massachusetts. It's the day before her twelfth birthday, and all Katelyn wants to do is go back home to Pennsylvania. That is until a ten-year-old boy named Neil Masters crashes into her bicycle. When Katelyn looks up from her position on the ground, she finds a hand stretched out to greet her. As she's pulled to her feet, Katelyn meets with the inquisitive gaze of Sarah Masters. Within minutes, Katelyn will never think of any other place as home again. Best friends from the moment they meet, Katelyn and Sarah are inseparable. Looking in, they have an idyllic life in a quaint New England community. But, life is not always as simple and charming as it seems. It's messy. As the pair of friends grow, so do their feelings-Sarah's for Katelyn, and Katelyn's for Sarah's brother, Neil. Sarah has spent her life loving Kat at a distance. Once her best friend, Kat has now become Sarah's sister-in-law. While Sarah struggles to let go of Kat, Kat yearns to hold onto Sarah's presence in her life. Through ups and downs, hopes and dreams, celebrations and disappointments, Katelyn and Sarah struggle to maintain the bond they formed in childhood. There are lessons in everything; in the paths taken, and the paths left behind. An unexpected fork in Kat's road will challenge their entire family. Time has a way of revealing the truth. If you are willing to listen, and to speak it, life has a way of leading you All the Way Home. Nancy Ann Healy is the best-selling author of five novels in lesbian fiction. She is best known for the political thriller series featuring Alex and Cassidy. In 2015, Nancy began writing under the pen name, J.A. Armstrong. She currently writes five best-selling series as J.A. Armstrong: Off Screen, By Design, Special Delivery, First Course, and Open Tab. In addition to the series she pens, Nancy is also the author of Falling Through Shooting Stars, and the play, Spin. Nancy lives in Connecticut with her wife, Melissa, and three dogs, Maggie, Sydney Bristow, and a husky named Jameson.
And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer by Fredrik Backman Book Resume:
Grandpa and Ted do not have a lot in common and Ted has waited a longtime to be accepted by his father. It is Grandpa and Noah that has a bond: the love of mathematics. However the three must learn say good-bye. 0.
The Way Home by Mary Pride Book Resume:
--Are stay-at-home wives old-fashioned and outmoded (at best) or parasites (at worst)?--Is daycare the natural habitat for babies and toddlers?--Is family planning the only responsible choice for married Christian couples?--Are Christian children doomed to rebel against their parents, and ultimately abandon church?--Does the Bible include examples of "working wives"?--Can a lovely Christian home actually affect the culture and the economy -- just by being there?25 years ago, The Way Home was the first book to ask all these questions -- and answer them. A bestseller when it first came out, for decades The Way Home has been a source of inspiration and encouragement for married Christian women. It shows how the life plan set out in Titus 2:3-5 brings love and creativity to home, church, and society, and the deadly consequences to all three when women reject it. We have a special mission, and this book explains it step by step.This 25th Anniversary Edition preserves the original book's text, so you can see for yourself how accurate its social predictions were. You will also find a new Preface and Afterthoughts dealing with such topics as Home Business (what kind NOT to start), TV and the Internet (the latest research and some suggestions), Fruitfulness (why "trusting God for your family size" is not a "baby derby"), Modesty (it's important, but it's not about skirt lengths), and where the Patriarchy movement has veered off-course (starting with its name!).Just as thought-provoking as the original edition, the 25th Anniversary Edition of The Way Home brings the Bible's message on family and social roles to an entire new generation of Christian women.
All the Way Home by Wendy Corsi Staub Book Resume:
From Wendy Corsi Staub, the New York Times bestselling author of Nightwatcher and Shadowkiller, comes a gripping work of suspense . . . For years, Rory Connelly has been haunted by the memory of her sister Carleen, who vanished from her bed one night and was never seen again. When Rory returns home to care for her ailing mother and teenage sister, she discovers a family that has never recovered from the tragic events of so long ago. That summer, the quiet little town of Lake Charlotte was torn apart when four teenage girls vanished—a mystery that still puzzles its residents. Now, a decade later, on the anniversary of the first disappearance, another girl goes missing, and the community is consumed with fear. Rory is forced to relive her worst nightmare . . . only this time, her own life is at stake.