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A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist's memoir, in the spirit of Richard Rodriquez'sHunger for Memory and Nathan McCall's Makes Me Wanna Holler—an intimate look at the mythology, experience, and psyche of the Asian American male
A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist's memoir--an intimate look at the mythology, experience, and psyche of the Asian American male--including an extraordinary posthumous coda, "My Family's Slave"
With the help of a treasure trove of letters, magazine articles, newspaper clippings, and personal journal entries from his mother, author Sherry Kelly has compiled a touching and comprehensive account of the life of Michael Dunn, the famous little person actor of the sixties and seventies. Michael was well known as Dr. Loveless in The Wild Wild West TV series and was nominated for an Academy Award for his role in the movie Ship of Fools. Dunn lived an amazing life from childhood until his mysterious death in London while filming a movie. The Big Life of a Little Man is a story of courage, determination, triumph, and one family's abounding love. ...A person with dwarfism, Dunn sends a message to make all of us proud - that difference is not something on which we or anyone around us should dwell. Rather, it is one unique aspect of our lives contributing to the story of who we are. Gary Arnold, Vice President of Public Relations, Little People of America ...Mr. Dunn's life is a lesson that I hope all aspiring performers take to heart. Stephen Di Benedetto, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Theatre History & Theory, The University of Miami A well-written biography about a man who lead an exciting life. It takes you through the many ups and downs...of his life through funny stories and adventures as seen through the eyes and heart of his family. Truly an amazing man! Bailey Cheatham, High School Senior, Mustang High School, Mustang, Oklahoma Sherry Kelly's other works include A Cat Named Zooby and Your New Baby's Instruction Book.
Children are inherited from God and we should train up a child in the way that he or she should go and when they are old, they will not depart from it. Children are like sponges they take in whatever we give out. Therefore, we should give them godly training at an early age and give them a foundation that will take them through life.
When Coleman's friend Bubba begins to pick on Shelby, Coleman's little sister, he is afraid to stand up to the boy until he recalls the story of David and Goliath from the Bible.
John Davison was 25 years old and going nowhere. Supporting his wife and daughter in a suburb of Newcastle with no job, he spent his days trying to make ends meet when he was spotted sparring in an old boxing gym by a coach. John was persuaded to take up amateur boxing despite his age and lack of experience. His life would never be the same again.
Growing up in a family of eight in an Irish neighborhood ghetto in Boston, Massachusetts, is not an easy life. Cody realizes early on that a kid from this neighborhood can only become a priest, a cop, or a criminal. Cody chooses the latter. He quickly adapts to living on the streets. He desires the life of a criminal and is mentored by some of the most reputable gangsters known around Boston such as (James Whitey Bulger). A career criminal, Cody pleads guilty to murder in the second degree and enters one of the harshest maximum correctional institutions in the country. But incarceration doesn’t stop Cody; he adjusts easily to prison life. During his sentence, he escapes twice and commits several murders. With assistance from other inmates, he’s accused of forming execution squads to maintain power. He helps organize a prison takeover while plotting to commit more murders. Death has been his best friend all of his life. Cody has other friends in some strategic positions within the Massachusetts justice system. He’s not the average man nor is he the average criminal. Although Cody never had a problem escaping prison, he realizes that he can never escape his past.
Presenting 46 years worth of the author's observations about the martial art that made him famous, this book fills the void left by most technique books and delves into the mental aspects and philosophy behind judo.
Webbed in a blood curse: Tells about a young boy who never knew hope or faith. Taken in by women of the night, stealing to put food in his mouth, not knowing virtue and integrity was never at his house. His heart yearned for better life; his world was that of a lonely island of poverty. In the midst of an ocean of material prosperity. A dramatize an appealing condition the desolate valley of black hood. A young boy sucking from the dreadful breasts of Satan, deeply in love with the woman of the night, that took him in. Drinking from the cup of bitterness and hatred, stigmata of poverty. Did a dreadful beast emerge? Audaciously, with incredible courage. They called him Lucifer's baby, most people just called him little man, he had the courage to make it to the top of Lucifer's Kingdom, and he started to work for the mob, doing any and all that was asked of him. One of the women that took him in captivated him. Betty was his only friend, his joy. He loved her soulful, provocative, spellbinding body. He was under the impulse of her lust for sex. She was his peace. Only she, could he show love. To the world, he was a dreadful beast, brutal and dogmatic. For he was webbed in a curse of hell. His love for money took him from rags to tens of billions of dollars. However, he never forgot the little boys and girls like himself . . . if by some cruel oversight, you have not read "Webbed in a Blood Curse" then you will have a very uncommon pleasure in store for yourself. For you will walk in a desolate valley of poverty and material prosperity. For webbed in a blood Curse will make you visualize the unsightly and thought provoking peoples. Your heart will yearn for its 355 pages of pure action. Unsightly at its best. Just open the door to the souls in desolation. You will be able to see Lucifer's children and the graves yearning for their bodies, stigmata of Hell
Now available for the first time in nearly forty years, James Baldwin's only children's book Little Man, Little Man follows the day to day life of the four year old protagonist TJ and his friends in their 1970s Harlem neighborhood as they encounter the social realities of being black in America.
The Tree of Lost Dreams takes Johnny DaSilva and his Big Tree buddies from youths who lived out their fantasies of heroism high on the towering limbs of the Big Tree to the real world. While trying and failing to enter WW II because of their youth, they were greeted with the Korean War. Johnnys words Now we have our own war were received with some standing tall on their high limb while others deciding to instead abandon the heights and place their two feet squarely on the ground. Johnny, Righty, Scoff, Rhesus and others bought into Johnnys words, If we dont fight them there, we will fight them here. The two young girls that were in love with Johnny, wealthy and popular Yelena, and poor and abused Bernadette, are now women. It took little time for the Big Tree gang to learn the great distance between the lofty fresh air of their beloved Tree to the lowly face in the muck, nearly impossible to breathe gasps of battlefield blood and barf. Johnny suffers the epitome of the wounds of the lower depths and the different directions it spirals him, Yelena and Bernadette into. Hopefully you have read the Tree of Young Dreamers, Frank Sousas first novel of the Tree Trilogy. The third, the Tree of New Roots is underway.
It is the dead of winter. In Omaha, Nebraska's north downtown, homeless men are disappearing. Alex Capstain sees it when no one else does because he lives among them. For nearly two years he has called a doghouse home. After losing everything to a failing economy, he's working his way off the street one recycled can and odd job at a time. Days away from taking the first big steps toward his dream of indoor living and a reunion with a daughter lost in divorce many years before, he's beaten, robbed and left for dead. The driver of a church van comes to his rescue. Alex has no way of knowing the ride will put him on a collision course with a monster and the decades-old web of murder, corruption and greed that set him loose on the world.
The legendary Jack Crabb takes another riotous romp through the Old West in an acclaimed novel that’s “impressive and delightful . . . very Mark Twain” (Daily News, New York). Jack Crabb is now 112 years old, and he isn’t done spinning yarns. In this sequel to Berger’s beloved novel Little Big Man, one of literature’s wiliest survivors continues his breathtaking tall tales of the Old West. Crabb claims to have witnessed most of the great historical events of the western frontier: hiding behind a wagon after a drunken Doc Holliday provokes the shootout at the OK Corral; joining Buffalo Bill Cody and Annie Oakley on tour with their international Wild West show; even taking tea with Queen Victoria when she came out of seclusion after a quarter century. No matter where Crabb lays his hat, he keeps his wizened, wry, and sharp commentary at the ready. The Return of Little Big Man is a sidesplitting novel of surprising emotional depth. This ebook features an all-new introduction by Thomas Berger, as well as an illustrated biography of the author including rare images and never-before-seen documents from his personal collection.
Why is life so hard for Little Joseph? All Little Joseph wants is to be treated like a big boy. He wants to do everything by himself. Little Joseph gets into a world of trouble when he does not listen to his parents.
This Side of Paradise is the debut novel of F. Scott Fitzgerald. The novel centers on Amory Blaine, a young Midwesterner who, convinced that he has an exceptionally promising future, attends boarding school and later Princeton University. He leaves behind his eccentric mother Beatrice and befriends a close friend of hers, Monsignor Darcy. While at Princeton he goes back to Minneapolis where he re-encounters Isabelle Borge, a young lady whom he met as a little boy and starts a romantic relationship with her, but after a few days he becomes disillusioned by her and returns to Princeton.

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