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Everybody's Daughter: The Prequel Novelette To Everybody's Daughter

by Michael John Sullivan

A father must rescue his daughter from another era with the help of God in this suspenseful time travel tale from the author of Necessary Heartbreak. What if you had a chance to ask a loved one for forgiveness—after they died? What would you say? Would you give up your own lifetime of happiness for someone else? Michael Stewart confronts these questions as he travels back in time through a mysterious tunnel in an old church to when the Romans ruled with brutal violence and Jesus preached his peaceful message. His teenage daughter Elizabeth soon follows Michael, but is surprised to discover that her father is nowhere to be found. Little does she know that Michael has returned safely to the present, leaving her to battle a vicious Roman soldier. Separated by centuries, Michael is trapped to fight his own battles in the present day. Elizabeth&’s disappearance, and the discovery of her blood in his car ignites a rush of judgment as the FBI focuses on him as a person of interest. Michael&’s only hope for saving his daughter rests in the hands of his best friend—a local pastor with secrets of his own—and a mysterious old journal containing tales of miracles within the walls of the old church itself. Thrilling and suspenseful, Everybody&’s Daughter takes readers on a miraculous journey of their own, where salvation can be found in acts of sacrifice and hope remains forever eternal through the passage of a tunnel.

Everybody's Daughter

by Michael John Sullivan

What if you had a chance to ask a loved one for forgiveness - after they died? What would you say?Would you give up your own lifetime of happiness for someone else?Michael Stewart confronts these questions as he travels back in time through a mysterious tunnel in an old church when the Romans ruled with brutal violence and Jesus preached his peaceful message.His teenage daughter Elizabeth soon follows Michael, but is surprised to discover that her father is nowhere to be found. Little does she know that Michael has returned safely to the present, leaving her to battle a vicious Roman soldier.Separated by centuries, Michael is trapped to fight his own battles in the present day. Elizabeth's disappearance, and the discovery of her blood in his car ignites a rush of judgment as the FBI focuses on him as a person of interest. Michael's only hope for saving his daughter rests in the hands of his best friend - a local pastor with secrets of his own - and a mysterious old journal containing tales of miracles within the walls of the old church itself.Thrilling and suspenseful, Everybody's Daughter takes readers on a miraculous journey of their own, where salvation can be found in acts of sacrifice and hope remains forever eternal through the passage of a tunnel.

Everybody's Doin' It: Sex, Music, And Dance In New York, 1840-1917

by Dale Cockrell

"Racy scholarship does the Grizzly Bear here with theoretical rigor." —William Lhamon, author of Raising Cain Everybody’s Doin’ It is the eye-opening story of popular music’s seventy-year rise in the brothels, dance halls, and dives of New York City. It traces the birth of popular music, including ragtime and jazz, to convivial meeting places for sex, drink, music, and dance. Whether coming from a single piano player or a small band, live music was a nightly feature in New York’s spirited dives, where men and women, often black and white, mingled freely—to the horror of the elite. This rollicking demimonde drove the development of an energetic dance music that would soon span the world. The Virginia Minstrels, Juba, Stephen Foster, Irving Berlin and his hit “Alexander’s Ragtime Band,” and the Original Dixieland Jass Band all played a part in popularizing startling new sounds. Musicologist Dale Cockrell recreates this ephemeral underground world by mining tabloids, newspapers, court records of police busts, lurid exposés, journals, and the reports of undercover detectives working for social-reform organizations, who were sent in to gather evidence against such low-life places. Everybody’s Doin’ It illuminates the how, why, and where of America’s popular music and its buoyant journey from the dangerous Five Points of downtown to the interracial black and tans of Harlem.

Everybody's Got Something

by Veronica Chambers Robin Roberts

"Regardless of how much money you have, your race, where you live, what religion you follow, you are going through something. Or you already have or you will. As momma always said, "Everybody's got something." <P> So begins beloved Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts's new memoir in which she recounts the incredible journey that's been her life so far, and the lessons she's learned along the way. With grace, heart, and humor, she writes about overcoming breast cancer only to learn five years later that she will need a bone marrow transplant to combat a rare blood disorder, the grief and heartbreak she suffered when her mother passed away, her triumphant return to GMA after her medical leave, and the tremendous support and love of her family and friends that saw her through her difficult times. <P> Following her mother's advice to "make your mess your message," Robin taught a nation of viewers that while it is true that we've all got something -- a medical crisis to face, aging parents to care for, heartbreak in all its many forms --- we've also all got something to give: hope, encouragement, a life-saving transplant or a spirit-saving embrace. As Robin has learned, and what readers of her remarkable story will come to believe as well, it's all about faith, family and friends. And finding out that you are stronger, much stronger, than you think.<P>

Everybody's Grandpa: Fifty Years Behind the Mike

by Louis M. Jones Charles Wolfe Grandpa Jones

Biography of country musician Grandpa Jones including a discography and bibliography

Everybody's Guide to Natural ESP

by Ingo Swann

Unlocking the Extrasensory Power of your Mind

Everybody's Guide to Small Claims Court

by Cara O'Neill

Win your small claims case! You don't need a lawyer to win in small claims court if you know how to prepare and present your own case. Everybody's Guide to Small Claims Court provides the information, tips, and strategies you need to sue someone successfully or to put up a winning defense in any state. Find out how to: file and serve papers mediate an out-of-court settlement prepare evidence to support your case decide how much to sue for line up persuasive witnesses present a winning case, and collect money when you win. The updated 18th edition includes the latest procedures for small claims courts in every state, sample letters, legal forms, and more.

Everybody's Guide to Small Claims Court

by Ralph Warner Attorney

The only guide to Small Claims Court that provides tips by former judges, Everybody's Guide to Small Claims Court helps you bring or defend your small claims suit without a lawyer. This legal primer shows you how to build your case, present evidence, and covers in detail what to expect when you have personal injury, auto damage, dry cleaning damage, or landlord/tenant issues. Find out how to: write a demand letter file and serve papers prepare a winning presentation prepare and present evidence line up persuasive witnesses figure out your damages mediate a settlement collect money when you win This edition is completely updated with a current appendix of small claims rules and limits, an expanded discussion of mediation, and more advice from real judges and commissioners.

Everybody's Happy

by Anna Cicero

Everybody's Happy is a book on two twins, best friends; Lupe and Paco. Just as is expected among siblings, they are envious of each other but once they calm down and solve their differences, they become best of friends, Everyone is Happy.

Everybody's Normal Till You Get to Know Them

by John Ortberg

-- The need for community is woven into the very fabric of our being. Nothing else can substitute for the life-giving benefits of connecting with others--not even God. He won't preempt the way he himself has designed us to reflect his own intensely relational nature. But there's a hitch in our experience of community, says John Ortberg: We're all weird. Folks around us may seem normal enough, but just wait till we get to know them--and they get to know us. The unhealthy, sinful ways we respond to life in a fallen world are hardly God's idea of "normal," and they can make us as unhuggable as porcupines. We face the "porcupine dilemma," says Ortberg: We need each other, but how do we get close without getting hurt? How do we get past all those quills and grow together in Christ? In Everybody's Normal Till You Get to Know Them, Ortberg once again reveals his gift for sharing profound insights using a lighten-up approach. With winsome humor and a fondness for well-spun stories, he pops the myth of normalcy and hands us the keys to creating and sustaining relationships. "God's dream for community encompasses the redemption of all spheres of life," he says. Who doesn't want to be liked, to be wanted, to have solid, satisfying friendships? Ortberg shows what such relationships are made of. He reveals the benefits of authenticity--what it means to live with an "unveiled face," as the Bible puts it. He encourages us to trade the stones it's so easy to cast at others for acceptance. He opens our eyes and hearts to empathy, the art of reading people. And he takes us through the ins and outs of conflict, forgiveness, confrontation, inclusion, and gratitude. The principles and discussion questions in this book are down-to-earth. They're for real people living in a real world, and are intended to help us count the practical cost of relationship and then pay it--because in all the rewards and struggles of community, we're investing in something beyond our comprehension. You could call it heaven. You could call it home. It's the place where all of us are headed, all of us belong, and all of us will be normal at last. "

Everybody's Somebody's Fool (Sam McCain #5)

by Ed Gorman

When a beautiful corpse is found in a gazebo during a class reunion party, lawyer Sam McCain hopes to avoid involving himself in the ensuing complexities. However, the victim is the troubled daughter of a prominent family, and when local bad boy David Egan is accused of her murder, McCain finds himself saddled with a new client...and another tale of small-town murder in Black River Falls, Iowa. But McCain's heartbreaking, drag-racing client dies a fiery death in a car crash-an accident that becomes murder when it's discovered the car's brake lines were cut. Working to clear Egan's name, McCain follows a trail of shattered dreams, cheating spouses and dark secrets to a third body lying lifeless in a bath, and to a tale of murder that embraces the vast human emotions that drive lovers _ to love...and killers to kill.

Everydata: The Misinformation Hidden in the Little Data You Consume Every Day

by John H. Johnson

While everyone is talking about "big data," the truth is that understanding the "little data"--the stats that underlie newspaper headlines, stock reports, weather forecasts, and so on--is what helps you make smarter decisions at work, at home, and in every aspect of your life. The average person consumes approximately 30 gigabytes of data every single day, but has no idea how to interpret it correctly. EVERYDATA explains, through the eyes of an expert economist and statistician, how to decipher the small bytes of data we consume in a day. EVERYDATA is filled with countless examples of people misconstruing data--with results that range from merely frustrating to catastrophic: The space shuttle Challenger exploded in part because the engineers were reviewing a limited sample set. Millions of women avoid caffeine during pregnancy because they interpret correlation as causation. Attorneys faced a $1 billion jury verdict because of outlier data. Each chapter highlights one commonly misunderstood data concept, using both realworld and hypothetical examples from a wide range of topics, including business, politics, advertising, law, engineering, retail, parenting, and more. You'll find the answer to the question--"Now what?"--along with concrete ways you can use this information to immediately start making smarter decisions, today and every day.

The Everyday Advocate

by Martin Esq. Areva

"THE guide for getting the best life possible for your child. . . invaluable. " -Dr. Phil McGraw Nationally recognized expert on autism advocacy Areva Martin shares her hard-won knowledge as a parent of an autistic child and an individual rights attorney. In The Everyday Advocate, she lays out vital and relevant step-by-step instructions to parents facing the seemingly impossible odds of advocating for a child with autism. Parents need to become activists for their children's rights to services and learn how to safeguard those rights-both in school and in the larger outside world. An invaluable resource, The Everyday Advocateoffers practical, real-world actions that work, lists helpful websites and organizations, and gives parents and caregivers the emotional support they need as they face the challenge of successfully standing up for children with special needs.

Everyday Angel: Three Novels (Everyday Angel #2)

by Victoria Schwab

Aria Blue seems like an ordinary twelve-year-old. She loves music, and colorful shoelaces, and taste-testing various types of cookies. But there is much more to Aria than meets the eye. She can use her shadow like a door to travel from place to place. She can dream things into existence. And she can see when certain people need help.Because Aria is a guardian angel. Her mission? To find and guide three different girls -- Gabby, Caroline, and Mikayla -- through their different problems. If she succeeds, Aria will earn her wings. But helping these girls is no easy feat, even for someone with magic powers. Things like friendship and family and well, life, are all a lot trickier than Aria might have guessed. Still, she's pretty sure she's up for the challenge . . .Meet a magical girl like no other, from an author like no other, in this one-of-a-kind collection.

Everyday Angels: How To Find Your Angelic Guardians

by Jenny Smedley

• Do I have an angel?• Does my angel care about me?• How can I contact my angel?• Can my angel appear to help and guide me?These are just a few of the questions that Jenny Smedley, world renowned angel expert, regularly receives in letters from her readers, prompting her to write this book.It saddened Jenny to think that some people still don't think they deserve an angel. Packed with tales of angel encounters, both dramatic and everyday, and also with new tips on how to connect with your angels and even get evidence of their presence, this book should convince everyone who reads it that every single person (and even our four-legged friends!) really does have a guardian angel.

Everyday Angels

by Gary Quinn Eckersley Glennyce S.

With this angelic almanac, Eckersley and Quinn offer a daily guide to attracting angels into your life. Experience how the angels are by your side throughout the year, guiding you through the seasons and watching over you with love. .

Everyday Antiracism

by Mica Pollock

Which acts by educators are "racist" and which are "antiracist"? How can an educator constructively discuss complex issues of race with students and colleagues? In Everyday Antiracism leading educators deal with the most challenging questions about race in school, offering invaluable and effective advice.Contributors including Beverly Daniel Tatum, Sonia Nieto, and Pedro Noguera describe concrete ways to analyze classroom interactions that may or may not be "racial," deal with racial inequality and "diversity," and teach to high standards across racial lines. Topics range from using racial incidents as teachable moments and responding to the "n-word" to valuing students' home worlds, dealing daily with achievement gaps, and helping parents fight ethnic and racial misconceptions about their children. Questions following each essay prompt readers to examine and discuss everyday issues of race and opportunity in their own classrooms and schools.For educators and parents determined to move beyond frustrations about race, Everyday Antiracism is an essential tool.

Everyday Asian: From Soups to Noodles, From Barbecues to Curries, Your Favorite Asian Recipes Made Easy

by Marnie Henricksson

Infused with the author's rich knowledge and experience, "Everyday Asian" contains 75 practical recipes for robust, full-flavored and satisfying dishes, including Thai curries, Chinese noodles, Korean barbecues, and Indian vegetables.

EVERYDAY, AVERAGE JONES

by Suzanne Brockmann

New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann has thrilled audiences with her Tall, Dark and Dangerous series. Experience it here with a hero who must face the most daring adventure of all--falling in love. Once a hero, always a hero... Melody Evans just wants to marry an ordinary, average man who doesn't take risks. But when the foreign embassy where she works is taken over by terrorists and shes rescued by a daring Navy SEAL, Melody blames the extreme circumstances for their ensuing passion. When it comes to ordinary, Harlan "Cowboy" Jones is anything but, and their encounter leaves Melody with a little more than just memories... Seven months later, when Cowboy pays Melody a visit, he's shocked to find her pregnant with his child. Now all he has to do is convince her they're meant to be together--that he can be as ordinary as the next guy...

Everyday Ayurveda Cooking for a Calm, Clear Mind: 100 Simple Sattvic Recipes

by Kate O'Donnell Cara Brostrum

Eat your way to increased energy, balanced emotions, and an overall state of calm and relaxation. In Ayurvedic medicine there are said to be three main energies that affect our mind: • sattva, the state of contentment and calm; • rajas, the state of reactivity and excitability; and • tamas, the dull, slow, and stagnant state of mind.The good news is that there are direct ways of bringing these states into balance through what we eat. The recipes in this book are simple, seasonal, and delicious, while bringing the traditional foods of Ayurveda into the modern kitchen.Everyday Ayurveda Cooking for a Calm, Clear Mind uncovers the true potential of food to heal not only our bodies, but our minds too.

The Everyday Ayurveda Guide to Self-Care: Rhythms, Routines, and Home Remedies for Natural Healing

by Kate O'Donnell

Discover the best way to care for yourself--day by day and season by season.Embrace the ancient principles of Ayurveda to become a more integrated, whole, and healthy version of yourself. This detailed guide walks you through the steps of foundational Ayurvedic practices that can be easily integrated into your existing self-care routine--from self-massage, oil pulling, and tongue scraping to breathing practices, meditation exercises, and eating with intention--to uplift your physical health and state of mind.In The Everyday Ayurveda Guide to Self-Care, you will: • Get acquainted with the tradition of Ayurveda and better understand your doshas (metabolic tendencies) and basic Ayurvedic anatomy. • Discover the art of self-care by exploring daily routines and seasonal practices to prevent imbalances in the body and mind. • Find out what foods, spices, and herbs carry medicinal qualities that support cleansing, rejuvenation, and management of common ailments. <

Everyday Barbecue

by Kelly Alexander Myron Mixon

"Barbecue is a simple food. Don't mess it up." As the winningest man in barbecue, a New York Times bestselling cookbook author, and a judge on the hit show BBQ Pitmasters on Discovery's Destination America, Myron Mixon knows more about smoking meat than any man alive. And now he's on a mission to prove to home cooks everywhere that they can make great barbecue any day of the week--in the comfort of their own backyard or kitchen, no matter their skill level. Across the country at competitions and in his Pride & Joy Bar-B-Que restaurants, Mixon has proven that no other pitmaster's food can touch his when he's behind a smoker. But he doesn't need fancy equipment to do it: He can cook delicious barbecue with any grill, smoker, or oven, even on the busiest weeknight, and you'll be able to, too, with the nearly 150 recipes in Everyday Barbecue. Armed with Mixon's advice and tips, you'll discover that barbecue isn't just for the Fourth of July and Labor Day; it's for any day you feel like cooking it. So fire up your grill and get ready to cook incredible barbecue favorites such as Ribs the Easy Way, Myron's Dr Pepper Can Chicken, and The King Rib sandwich and adventurous backyard fare like Pork Belly Sliders and Barbecue-Fried Baby Backs, plus leftover inspirations, delectable deserts, and even some drunken recipes!In Everyday Barbecue, you will find some seriously finger-lickin' good barbecue recipes, including: * The Essentials: Turning any backyard grill into a smoker--Brisket the Easy Way, Ribs the Easy Way, The Only Barbecue Sauce You Need * Burgers and Sandwiches: Classic Hickory Smoked Barbecue Burger, The King Rib, Barbecue Pork Belly Sliders, Brisket Cheesesteaks, Barbecued Veggie Sandwiches * Smoked and Grilled: Perfect Grilled Rib Eyes, Whole Roasted Turkey with Bourbon Gravy, Myron's Dr Pepper Can Chicken * Barbecue-Fried: Yes, first you smoke it, then you fry it--Baby Backs, Chicken Lollipops, Cap'n Crunch Chicken Tenders * Swimmers: Finger-Lickin' Barbecue Shrimp-and-Cheese Grits, Smoky Catfish Tacos * Drunken Recipes: Bourbon Brown Sugar Chicken, Whiskey Grilled Shrimp * Barbecue Brunch: Pitmaster's Smoked Eggs Benedict with Pulled Pork Cakes, Backyard Bacon * Plus, Salads and Sides, delectable Desserts, and Leftover inspirations! Baby Back Mac and Cheese, Tinga-Style Barbecue Tacos, Chocolate Cake on the Grill, and Grilled Skillet Apple Pie Loaded with nearly 150 recipes and mouthwatering photographs throughout, Everyday Barbecue serves up barbecue's greatest hits (and more) in a fast, efficient way that you've never seen before.From the Trade Paperback edition.

Everyday Bento

by Wendy Thorpe Copley

Your kids will look forward to lunch every single day with the delightful collection of recipes in Everyday Bento!The bento food movement teaches us that foods can be attractive, nutritious, fun and delicious all at the same time. Kids love to try foods that bring a smile to their faces, and will often eat things they wouldn't otherwise try. For example, they'll love an adorable bear cub made from brown bread, peanut butter and jelly nestled on a bed of blueberries. Cut watermelon into hearts, and tuck them next to a ham sandwich shaped like ballet slippers for your budding ballerina. Create building bricks from healthy cheese, carrots and cucumbers--or a hot dog octopus, swimming across a sea of cucumber. Picky eaters or not, they'll try it!Wendy Thorpe Copley writes the popular bento blog Wendolonia, which takes the traditional Japanese concept of bento--a single meal packed at home in a reusable container--and Americanizes it. Using simple ingredients found in any grocery store, Wendy creates entertaining meals that are sure to delight even the most finicky eater. Some of the fun and easy bento creations here include: Princess Bento Rock and Roll Bento Snowman Bento Butterfly Bento Farm Yard Animals BentoBesides being great fun to look at, bento lunches are a healthy way to enjoy food while keeping portions in check. Freshly-prepared lunches packed in portable, reusable boxes are also kind to the environment and easy on the wallet--very important in today's economy. Everyday Bento teaches you a few simple techniques to make creative lunches, all in a reasonable time-frame for busy working parents.The 50 bento meals in this cookbook feature familiar foods with fun themes that will appeal to children and adults alike. Follow the easy step-by-step instructions to recreate each bento box, or mix and match different elements from the book to make your own unique creations. Make lunch fun again with Everyday Bento!

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