Weeping Willows

Author: Amy J Smith

Publisher: Author House


Category: Fiction

Page: 282

View: 833

Weeping Willows is the heart-wrenching story of a woman’s journey in life as she struggles to escape the horrific past that continues to haunt her present life. Ryan and Naomi Palmer have been happily married for five years and both maintain steady careers that provide financial stability for their fast-paced and comfortable lifestyles. One day an unexpected surprise surfaces that may alter the loving couple’s very predictable day to day lives forever. Naomi is dealing with the tormenting demons from her own past; while Ryan is struggling to maintain his own life altering secret. Their marriage will never be the same as their once loving relationship is faced with a perilous downward spiral into an unknown and terrifying outcome.

Weeping Willows

Author: N.N. Kachroo

Publisher: APH Publishing



Page: 170

View: 352

Willows for Weeping

Author: Felicity Pulman

Publisher: Random House (Australia)


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 313

View: 909

After Janna joins a group of pilgrims, she discovers a dead man and is intrigued by a letter from Henry, Bishop of Winchestre that he was carrying, but the leader of the pilgrims swears her to secrecy and undertakes to deliver the letter.

Weeping Willow

A Novel

Author: Ruth White

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)


Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 256

View: 493

Tiny Lambert struggles to find security and happiness when her high school years are marred after her stepfather rapes her.

Weeping Willow

Welcome To River Bend

Author: Geoff Hoff

Publisher: Joseph Coaler Productions


Category: Fiction

Page: 220

View: 250

When he discovers that his wife is in love with another man, Lee Harris, a Chicago accountant, packs everything into his SUV and leaves town. He finds himself in a quirky place called River Bend where he is forced to re-examine everything as he starts over.

Trees of Vancouver

A Guide to the Common and Unusual Trees of the City

Author: Gerald B. Straley

Publisher: UBC Press


Category: Science

Page: 270

View: 928

Vancouver is famous for its trees. The range of vegetation in this green city is extraordinary. Native and cultivated trees, many of which are not found anywhere else in Canada, thrive in the mild, wet winters and drier summers. Gerald Straley, a leading researcher and a popular science educator at the Botanical Garden at the University of British Columbia, knows Vancouver's woody, green heritage well. In this comprehensive guide, the first of its kind, he draws attention to the great diversity of trees in the city -- on its streets, in its parks, and in its public and private gardens. Trees of Vancouver is an invaluable guidebook for visitors and residents and an authoritative tool for horticulturists, landscape architects, naturalists, and the nursery industry. It provides detailed, easy-to-understand information on over 470 kinds of trees. Each entry contains particulars about the origins, general appearance, merits, problems, and uses in landscaping of individual species. To aid further in identification, entries specify locations where outstanding examples can be seen. The text is complemented by hundreds of the author's delicate drawings of the leaves, flowers, fruits, or other distinctive features of individual trees, and by colour plates of 86 trees. For the reader who wants to spend a pleasant day exploring and identifying specimens, there are detailed maps of several locations in the city where a wide variety of trees can be seen.

Encyclopfdia of Superstitions, Folklore, and the Occult Sciences of the World

Author: Cora Linn Daniels

Publisher: The Minerva Group, Inc.


Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 668

View: 262

Originally published in 1903, this is an excellent source for an historical perspective on superstitions and folklore. Hundreds of entries are arranged alphabetically within broad subject categories. The original subtitle reads: "A comprehensive library of human belief and practice in the mysteries of life through more than six thousand years of experience and progress including the fundamental intuitions and instincts underlying the structure of civilization, theology, mythology, demonology, magic, witchcraft, esoteric philosophy, signs, omens, oracles, sorceries, auguries, divinations, prophecies, methods and means employed in revealing fortune and fate, systems and formulas for the use of psychical forces, hypnotism, clairvoyance, telepathy, spiritualism, character reading and character building with all the known powers and wonders of mind and soul, illustrated with numerous ancient and modern designs and thoroughly indexed."

Weeping Willow

Author: Frederick Hovasapian

Publisher: Lulu.com




View: 307

Weeping Willow

Lessons of Loss and Love

Author: Michelle Scavarda

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 224

View: 703

After a young girl tragically loses one of her siblings, she learns through many trials and tribulations how to live without someone who was once apart of her every day life. Become engulfed in the emotions, reading through each page as if you were being personally told her story, and relating it to your own life. With Weeping Willow, you'll find comfort, peace of mind, be inspired and learn something new about yourself. Open Weeping Willow and begin a journey you'll always remember.