Jonah also is in a group that hunts and gets rid of spirits that lurk around the area that they live at. But Jonah doesn't like this job and wishes that he didn't have to do it. There is one weird thing about Jonah and it is the fact the he never takes iff his gloves even when he's playing guitar. And Emma quickly notices this.
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Also in the story Jonah has a disabled younger brother who cannot walk but is very good with technology. I'm looking for two children's books from the s One involves a young couple in their first home suddenly inundated with cats Happy ending The man builds backyard homes for them. The second takes us through the day from morning to noon early afternoon, afternoon, dusk finally night. Both are about the size of golden books. The first is a book about a young woman who works in an office with her boyfriend and friend. She is being stalked by someone who works with her and eventually her boyfriend breaks up with her.
The stalker attacks her in the stairwell of her office building and her boss comes to her rescue.
In the end she finds out her boss has always loved her because he remembers her from when she was a little girl and her family vacationed at his families place. He got her in trouble when she was small and her mother slapped her. He carried around that guilt with him and always wanted to find her and make sure she turned out ok. Her stalker attempts to attack her again until he is finally caught. The second one is another romance about a guy, who I think is pro football player, who hires a nanny to care for his baby.
Anyway, the girl takes the position because she wants out of her trailer park home where alcoholic father is abusive. Long story short they end up falling in love. I thinks she takes college courses too and drive a beat up clunker. I'm looking for a pre-teen fiction book I read in the 60's about an orphan girl who discovers she can ride horses and resurrects an almost forgotten early childhood with equestrian parents in the circus, she falls in love with an almost mythical boy Ponyboy not the more modern Ponyboy character.
Hi, I'm looking for a nonfiction book that starts out by the author telling an story about how her whole college class was brought into an auditorium and shown a short film about these two basketball teams passing balls then a gorilla shows up randomly and starts jumping around in the middle of them. This is in reference to a study that was done in by Simon Charbis and Daniel Simmons.
The book is actually a critique about our education system and talks about how it needs to account for the difference in individual attention spans that people have. It was published sometime in the early s. Ruthm, was the first book Behind the Attic Wall? I'm looking for two books ; Ther first, an orphan girl or foster girl; I believe it was made into an after school special. Set in the 70s or early 80s. She was sent to live worth an older women. All I remember is she didn't want to be there and as time went on she grew to love the old women and didn't want to leave when authorities came back for her.
The second is a kids chapter book. The front had an older women with an eye patch and holding a cat. It was about a family moved into a new town and the locals claimed the old woman was a witch. The family kids got to know the old lady and became friends.
Hello, I'm looking for a romance novel that my grandmother use to love to read back to back. I can't seem to recall the name but it was about a woman who took over her husband's P. Over time she calls him "superman" because he resembles Clark Kent in appearance. But the P. Basically, they both re trying to chase down a person who is harassing woman with short hair, and a boyish frame.
I really want to get this novel for my grandmother since she lost hers, but I can't seem to rememeber the title or the author.
We had a poetry book in the 60s that had a mix of grown up and children poetry. The Fly by Theodore Tilton was in it. Only one I am certain of. I know that is slim info. I think it was green and about one and a half inch thick. I am looking for a children's book possibly set in Australia or New Zealand about a vagabond brother who visits his nearsighted sister. She disapproves of his lifestyle. She has a disgruntled cat.
When the brother leaves, he mixes up his fur hat with the cat and ends up taking the cat on vagabonding adventures. The sister believes her cat the brother's hat is a now a much happier cat, content to lie in her lap. I really can't find this book : When i was in primary school over 11 years ago I read this book and here's what it's about: A princess lives in a castle and gets a box with three wishing seeds for her birthday, among other gifts. She then uses the seeds to wish for her prince.
The book progresses as she waits for her prince wondering when he's coming and what he's doing right now.
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In the end it turns out her wish comes true, however the guy she falls in love with is actually her servant who has been there from the beginning. I am looking for a fantasy book that came out in the eighties that involved a reluctant hero, sort a homebody, who loved making cheeses. He got pulled into a quest and it involved an elven airship and all he wanted to go was get home to smoke his pipe and make different cheeses. Sorry for the vagueness.
I would appreciate any help. If memory served it came out around the same time as Requiem for a Ruler of Worlds by Brian Daley, or it may have had cover art by the same artist. She marries an older, rich man named Warner but runs off with a bullfighter due to her sex addiction. There is also a gay best friend and an Anna Wintour type woman as her mentor.
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The name of the novel is making me crazy! Please help. When her father dies she contacts her dads friends who tries to set the girls up with marriage. Does anyone know a picture book I read when I was in college 30 years ago? I forgot the title but it began like this; Once upon a time there was a man and a woman. The man said yes. The woman said yes. They fell in love and got together. But as life went on the woman said No.
Then the man said No. Then the woman said NO NO.
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Then the man said NO NO. I went something like that. It was simple. It was easy to understand. So I gave it to my parents. They weren't speaking together at that time. Anyway, I hope someone knows what I'm talking about. I gave that book away to a friend and I regret it. Thank you so much for reading this. I'm trying to remember the author or the name of a romance novel about a divorced woman and her son moving to a small town in Alaska to her childhood home that her deceased father left to her.