A Simple Autumn

Author: Rosalind Lauer
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 0345526767
Format: PDF, Mobi
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For fans of Cindy Woodsmall and Beverly Lewis, Rosalind Lauer’s Seasons of Lancaster novel A Simple Autumn is a wonderful Amish story about two brothers navigating through the troubled waters of love. A LOVE THAT REMAINS HIDDEN, A FORK IN A THORNY ROAD Jonah King has no desire to leave his close-knit community. All his hopes and dreams lie in Lancaster County, and many of them revolve around his longtime love for Annie Stoltzfus. For years he’s been trying to get her to see what burns inside his heart, yet he remains all but invisible to her. Annie’s beautiful eyes reflect only her affection for Jonah’s older brother—and her sadness when he chooses another. Jonah knows that he must speak up, but when he’s around Annie his calm, capable demeanor flees, leaving him tongue-twisted and awkward. Gabe King has been courting schoolteacher Emma Lapp for months, but she insists on keeping their relationship secret. Emma embraces her duty to set a good example for her pupils, but Gabe is in his rumspringa and still wild at heart, riding motorbikes and unwilling to cut his ties to the outside world. Much to Emma’s deep sorrow, it appears that she and Gabe are choosing different paths. As swirling leaves of orange and gold dance across the countryside, two brothers must find the courage and faith to reconcile their heritage and their hearts. A beautiful story that explores the clarity of true love, A Simple Autumn is a bounty for heart and soul. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Autumn

Author: JoAnn Early Macken
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Publishing LLLP
ISBN: 9780836863536
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Presents simple text and photos related to outdoor autumn activities, including raking leaves and picking pumpkins.

Autumn Leaves

Author: Patricia E. Guillen
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1456794167
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Autumn Leaves paints the footprints of life through narrative poetry and fables. This short book tells a story wrapped in opportunity, struggle, letdown, and growth. Autumn Leaves fills poetic words with representations of self-development, sound lessons and situational realizations.

A Hundred Autumn Leaves

Author: Sagnik Bhattacharya
Publisher: Partridge Publishing
ISBN: 148285919X
Format: PDF, Kindle
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A Hundred Autumn Leaves is an annotated liberal English translation of the hundred poems of the Ogura Hyakunin Isshu -- a thirteenth century Japanese anthology. It surveys and tracks Japanese history through the eyes of the hundred poets, and presents medieval history from a completely different niche. It interprets and analyzes the poems for the lay English reader and also contains short biographical notes on all the hundred poets. For all who wish to know how Japanese poetry developed, how mythology, history and poetry played a game of hide and seek in the minds of Heian Japanese poets, how the perfect Haiku or a perfect Tanka is created; if you want to get an access into the world of poets and emperors and empresses of Heian Japan, this is not a wrong choice.

The Fires of Autumn

Author: Irène Némirovsky
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1409019527
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The prequel to the bestselling Suite Française Paris 1918, Bernard Jacquelain returns from the trenches a changed man. The city is a whirl of decadence and corruption and he embarks on a life of parties and shady business dealings, as well as an illicit affair. But as another war threatens, everything around him starts to crumble, and the future for him and for France suddenly looks dangerously uncertain.

Timing and Rulership in Master Lu s Spring and Autumn Annals Lushi chunqiu

Author: James Daryl Sellmann
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 0791489264
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Written by Lu Buwei, Master Lu's Spring and Autumn Annals influenced the king who became China's first emperor. In this text, Sellmann (philosophy and East Asian studies, U. of Guam) examines the life and times of Lu Buwei, and various aspects of the Annals including its structure, the concept of "perfect timing," the role of human nature, the justification of the state, and the importance of cosmic, historical and personal timing. He also suggests possible implications for modern concepts of time, human nature, political order, and social and environmental ethics. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Autumn in a Jiffy Cookbook

Author: Gooseberry Patch
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1620931729
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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There's a nip in the air and the leaves are turning...it's autumn again! Back-to-school, homecoming, hayrides, county fairs, trick-or-treating and Turkey Day...so much fun, but so much to do! Autumn in a Jiffy is just what you need...over 200 speedy recipes shared by moms like you. Most recipes are made with eight ingredients or less and are perfect for your busy family life. Are the kids too rushed to eat breakfast? They'll be on their way in no time when you serve up Bubble Breakfast Pizza and Banana-Oat Breakfast Cookies. At lunchtime, Pop's Harvest Chili and Easy Meatball Hoagies will fill hungry tummies. You'll find lots of quick ideas for weeknight dinners your family will love...some ready in 30 minutes or less! Put a fresh spin on old favorites with Taco-Filled Peppers and Super-Simple Chicken Manicotti. Jazz up the Thanksgiving table with Sweet & Spicy Broccoli and Slow-Cooker Scalloped Potatoes. For tailgating and party snacking, Corn Dog Muffins and Candy Corn Crispy Balls are sure to be a hit. And there's always time for dessert! Tuck Marbled Chocolate Bars into lunchboxes and wow 'em at get-togethers with Autumn Spice Streusel Cake...yum! Look for the sweet and funny family memories sprinkled throughout, plus timesaving kitchen tips and holiday ideas to make every day special.

The Autumn

Author: A. Ka
Publisher: Fuzzy Hedgehog Press
ISBN: 1628027096
Format: PDF
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Fernando is content with his profession. A man of law and retribution, he keeps the peace in Valencia as best he can, though his temper can get the better of him, and his desires are even more troublesome. His faith and his duty keep him honest and forthright. The order of his city dissolves when a galleon from the New World crashes on the beach, bringing with it a bizarre treasure and a strange Moor named Khalid. Khalid’s preternatural claims of an impending apocalypse defy any logic or mercy, as a plague known as the Delirium erupts in Valencia, killing all it touches. Fernando, among the few survivors, finds himself hating and admiring Khalid for his god-like wisdom. He craves the order Khalid can bring in the wake of destruction, but Fernando’s unsettling memories and fleeting nightmares won’t let him submit to Khalid’s prophecies of the World to Come, no matter how true they prove to be. But Khalid knows all of Fernando’s secrets, too… and through his deepest desires, Fernando might be persuaded.