Lovers & Dreamers

Author: Nora Roberts

Publisher: Berkley


Category: Fiction

Page: 742

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Three young women--Margo Sullivan, Kate Powell, and Laura Templeton--who grew up together amidst the grandeur of Templeton House pursue their own individual dreams and destinies in a trilogy of romantic novels.

A Companion to Biblical Interpretation in Early Judaism

Author: Matthias Henze

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing


Category: Religion

Page: 568

View: 151

Presents eighteen commissioned articles on biblical exegesis in early Judaism, covering the period after the Hebrew Bible was written and before the beginning of rabbinic Judaism. -- from publisher description

Aromatherapy for Lovers and Dreamers

Author: Judith White

Publisher: Three Rivers Press (CA)


Category: Self-Help

Page: 102

View: 738

Discusses how to use aromatic oils to enhance mood and to increase sexual excitement

Dream, Fantasy, and Visual Art in Roman Elegy

Author: Emma Scioli

Publisher: University of Wisconsin Pres


Category: Art

Page: 278

View: 889

The elegists, ancient Rome s most introspective poets, filled their works with vivid, first-person accounts of dreams. Emma Scioli examines these varied and visually striking textual dreamscapes, arguing that the poets exploited dynamics of visual representation to share with readers the intensely personal experience of dreaming. "

Catalog of Copyright Entries

Third series

Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office



Category: Copyright


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The Food of Love and Other Tales of Lovers, Dreamers and Schemers

Author: Melvyn Chase

Publisher: Sunstone Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 158

View: 997

Love: Tender. Spiritual. Lustful. Liberating. Suffocating. A different truth, a different quest for each of these lovers, dreamers and schemers. Katherine McKenzie, a young woman living in Boston in 1918, yearns for love but is afraid of it. When tragedy sets her adrift, she returns to her rural Kansas roots where she rediscovers her past and confronts her fears. In a second story, a lonely and discouraged man finds new hope in the mystical message of an inspired dreamer who reached for the heavens. Is music truly the food of love? A pair of cautionary tales warns that no matter how sweet the song, one must always ask, “Who is the singer?” The dark side of love lurks here too—in those who love only themselves and pay the price for their wicked dreams. And there is a bittersweet tale of love remembered on the threshold of death. The final pages, sadder still, speak of love forgotten when remembrance of things past has faded. These are eternal tales of Love—its many faces, its many meanings. Includes Readers Guide

The Brain Chemistry Plan

The Personalized Nutritional Prescription for Balancing Mood, Relieving Stress, and Conquering Depression

Author: Michael Lesser

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 368

View: 331

The author helps readers determine which brain chemistry best applies to them while offering advice on how to improve one's mood and maximize cognitive strengths with the strategic use of nutritional regimens and vitamin supplements. Reprint.

The Complete Book of Dreams

Author: Pamela Ball

Publisher: Arcturus Publishing


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit


View: 453

The most authoritative and comprehensive book available on dreams and dreaming. Enter the fascinating world of dreams, their mysteries, their meanings: to dream of a bird flying freely represents hopes and aspirations; to dream of winter means a time in life that is not fruitful; to be visited by someone in a dream can mean that there is information, warmth, or love available; to be searching in a dream is an attempt to find an answer to a problem. These are just a few of the 10,000 dream images and interpretations contained in this volume, a book that can bring insight, clarification, and guidance.

Democratic Education in Practice

Inside the Mission Hill School

Author: Matthew Knoester

Publisher: Teachers College Press


Category: Education

Page: 204

View: 612

The Mission Hill School, founded by MacArthur Award winner Deborah Meier and colleagues in 1997, is a small public school that has rethought almost everything about the process of teaching and learning. Beyond richly describing and evaluating this high-achieving school, the author argues that democratic education is increasingly difficult in this era of testing and standardization and that a school such as Mission Hill must be continually thoughtful, innovative, and courageous in counteracting systemic inequality. This in-depth examination is essential reading for anyone interested in how to better understand seemingly intractable problems related to urban public education in the United States. Book Features: An exemplary model of democratic education that shows the inner workings of a largely teacher-governed school.A rare example of an urban school implementing Dewey-influenced progressive pedagogy.In-depth descriptions of an anti-racist and culturally relevant pedagogy and curriculum.A close examination of successful practices, including shared decision making, intensive problem solving, and looking at student work. Matthew Knoester is a National Board Certified Teacher and former teacher at the Mission Hill School in Boston. He received his Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is currently Assistant Professor of Education at the University of Evansville. “Matthew Knoester has done us an enormous favor by showing us, in detail, what could be—one example of how schools can be the building blocks for democracy, recreating community for all to taste, feel, hear, and see.” —From the Foreword by Deborah W. Meier “This is exactly the kind of book that is so necessary at this time. Schools can be respectful, responsive, and caring places. Matthew Knoester gives us a detailed picture of such a school. If more people would read books such as this, the national debate on education would be all the better for it.” —Michael W. Apple, John Bascom Professor of Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Policy Studies, University of Wisconsin–Madison “Knoester’s account of the Mission Hill School captures the ‘habits of mind’ needed if public schools are to be truly democratic in spirit and in practice, centered on the children, and, as Deborah Meier so powerfully advocates, protected from those policies and social forces that accept and perpetuate disengagement and inequality in our children's education.” —Linda McSpadden McNeil, Professor of Education, Rice University; author of Contradictions of School Reform “To those who have never seen the Mission Hill School in Boston, it may sound like a magical place. The good news is that it is real and Knoester shows us through his compelling narrative how and why they have been able to achieve so much. For educators, students, and parents this book will be a source of inspiration. At a time when our policymakers and many so-called reformers are actively undermining support for public education, this important book will serve as a reminder that we can do a much better job at educating all children.” —Pedro Noguera, Executive Director,Metropolitan Center for Urban Education, New York University