A helpful approach to the weekly parashah, juxtaposing the insights of ancient, medieval, and modern commentators (including the author). Perfect for both beginning Torah students of all ages and scholars seeking new angles on the text. The three volumes are available individually, great for a bar or bat mitzvah or confirmation gift. This is volume 1 which focuses on the book of Genesis.
Terry Silverman is a thirteen-year-old orphaned vampire. He's a vegetarian who drinks tomato juice instead of blood and his best friend is a skeleton that sleeps in his closet. A lonely outsider, he attends Grimerth School for Monsters, but learns about a spate of murders in the neighbouring town of Grimdale after it was terrorised by a demonic wolf. One moonlit night, a darker side of Terry is unleashed as he discovers he is part werewolf, and that his childhood is beset with secrets, lies and betrayal. Realising he is now a werewolf-vampire hybrid, can Terry use his inner beast to slay the infamous Demon Wolf and save the inhabitants of Grimdale?
It is 1372. The prince is dying, the king is in his dotage and the vultures are circling the throne. The heir is not to be the powerful duke of Lancaster but five-year-old Richard, half-brother of Alys's husband, Thomas Holand.
A book of poetry. These are poems from the heart, much of this volume touches on questions of spirituality and faith through a darker lens; there is love lost and hopelessness. Nature's revolt against the flesh and spirit. It is a depressive work.
hero of The Thousand and One Nights who recounts his adventures on seven voyages
Author: Stefan Mart
Publisher: Slavamax BVBA
Category: Family & Relationships
Beautiful illustrated version of "Sindbad the Sailor", hero of The Thousand and One Nights who recounts his adventures on seven voyages. Sinbad is a story teller who weaves great adventures about - himself. Whether they are true or not, no one knows. On each of Sinbad's journeys there is some disaster and Sinbad must call upon his last ounce of strength to escape the many dangers he finds.
The world into which Angelo Lafleur is born in 1948 is not an easy one. Angelos mother, Vidol, with only a sixth-grade education, cleans house for the white people who live across the tracks. Raising Angelo and his siblings is a struggle, and Angelo vows that one day he will be rich and will make everyone pay for his poor status in life. As Angelo grows he yearns to become an artist, but in his teens, he hears the call of the military. He wants to accept the pain and experience the denial and the discipline. As a Marine Corps soldier, Angelo serves his country in the Vietnam War, witnessing events that will haunt his nightmares for the rest of his life. A coming-of-age story, Felicias Prince of the Morning Star explores the damaging psychological effects of racism and poverty and all of its complexities as seen through the eyes of a sensitive and artistic young black artist. It examines horrors and destruction of war and its lasting legacy on the human psyche through the troubled and soulful voice of a young man searching for lifes meaning.