Lane's artwork is a riot of colour and rich texture that perfectly matches the poetic text written by the New York Times-bestselling author, Julie Fogliano. This evocative, rhyming story is perfect for reading out loud.
Author: Julie Fogliano
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Illustrated by the winner of the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal 2017, Lane Smith. Deep in the woods is a house just a house that once was but now isn't a home. Two children come across an abandoned house deep in the woods and imagine who could have lived there. A House That Once Was is a beautifully illustrated exploration of time, imagination and the nature of home that is sure to provoke discussion. Lane's artwork is a riot of colour and rich texture that perfectly matches the poetic text written by the New York Times-bestselling author, Julie Fogliano. This evocative, rhyming story is perfect for reading out loud.
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what was once a nondescript bungalow, squatting on a dead-end street. Tonight,
this little house - bathed in the eerie glow of floodlights - was the epicenter of the
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You all know the feeling. You pass a derelict S3 house, a house that once was
and still could be a wonderful place — if only somebody would buy it and care for
it and, in some cases, save it from an untimely end. It can't be you, you think, ...
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I am not nervous , but really I bered it afterwards , though I paid very little could
not live in a house that was so afflicted attention to the matter at the time I had
heard no , not if I might have it rent free , and , moreover , that the house once
had the ...
Author: Eneas Sweetland Dallas
Thy chosen tree had stood sublime , The storms of ages braving , Triumphant o'er
the wrecks of time Its verdant ... They strive to shut the sunshine wholly From out
the haunted roomTo fill the house that once was joyful , With silence and with ...
Author: Joseph Edwards Carpenter
They strive to shut the sunshine wholly from out the haunted room ; To fill the
house , that once was joyful , with silence and with gloom . And many kind ,
remembered faces within the doorway come : Voices that wake the sweeter
music of one ...
A breathtaking picture book about the relationships we share from New York Times bestselling storytellers Julie Fogliano and Loren Long in the tradition of The Runaway Bunny and Guess How Much I Love You. if i was the sunshine and you were ...
Author: Julie Fogliano
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Juvenile Fiction
A breathtaking picture book about the relationships we share from New York Times bestselling storytellers Julie Fogliano and Loren Long in the tradition of The Runaway Bunny and Guess How Much I Love You. if i was the sunshine and you were the day i’d call you hello! and you’d call me stay if you were the winter and i was the spring i’d call you whisper and you’d call me sing… Through clever, thought-provoking verse and warmly evocative art, New York Times bestsellers Julie Fogliano and Loren Long explore the awe-inspiring nature of relationships, love, and connection.
Althea , when the deed was done , laid violent hands upon herself . The sisters of
Meleager mourned their brother with uncontrollable grief ; till Diana , pitying the
sorrows of the house that once had aroused her anger , turned them into birds .
Author: Thomas BULFINCH (the Younger.)
Category: Electronic book
The windows were covered with dirt , so that it was next to impossible to through
them . The trees that stood around it , once so shady and ornamental , were now
broken and twisted , stripped of leaves and going to decay . All around the house
Author: John Todd
The angel of the iceberg -- Niblan the Great and the little angel -- The day lily and the old mahogany-tree -- The old house in Sunken Hollow --The great cable -- Capeenim the golden-handed -- Little Sunbean.
He had only feared more ghostly manifestations in a house that had enough
things going on in it already. If it hadn't been for this conviction of Enoch's, I would
have been convinced that our visitors had come from the old crypt. Certainly the
... She only came near the house once, but that once was enough. At that time
Author: Harold Cameron
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Back by popular demand. A supernatural detective story. Winner of the 1977 National Writers Club Award for Nonfiction.
A roof covered root cellar was to keep canned goods and potatoes from freezing.
There was also an old building across the lane from the house that once was the
Sunny Lane Post Office, but it had been abandoned before we moved there.
Author: Cowboy Loop
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
It was first in my thoughts for these writings to be viewed by my children and grand children. But I was compelled to set my memories, experiences, thoughts, hopes, and dreams for all youth of today's fast world. If you were raised in rural back woods, do not forget the beauty of the landscape and all living things that mother nature has blessed upon you. If you were raised in or near the city, make yourself a promise to visit rural America. Climb our mountains, explore our fields and streams, smell the vegetation, study our wildlife and you will become complete. When you think you are at the end of your rope, look to yourself for strength and guidance. You may be the wisest counselor you know.
Perhaps they think my bird - house is more The request was granted , and Louise
haslike a tavern , and not at all like little ... that in the city asked at once , running
to the window as fast winter's night , that a grown up sister might From what thou
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is a distinctive type of house that once was found wherever the Ottomans lived.
From the seventeenth century up until the first days of the twentieth century, when
regions like Bulgaria, Greece, Bosnia, and Turkey were claiming a private title to
Author: Carel Bertram
Publisher: University of Texas Press
"Houses can become poetic expressions of longing for a lost past, voices of a lived present, and dreams of an ideal future." Carel Bertram discovered this truth when she went to Turkey in the 1990s and began asking people about their memories of "the Turkish house." The fondness and nostalgia with which people recalled the distinctive wooden houses that were once ubiquitous throughout the Ottoman Empire made her realize that "the Turkish house" carries rich symbolic meaning. In this delightfully readable book, Bertram considers representations of the Turkish house in literature, art, and architecture to understand why the idea of the house has become such a potent signifier of Turkish identity. Bertram's exploration of the Turkish house shows how this feature of Ottoman culture took on symbolic meaning in the Turkish imagination as Turkey became more Westernized and secular in the early decades of the twentieth century. She shows how artists, writers, and architects all drew on the memory of the Turkish house as a space where changing notions of spirituality, modernity, and identity—as well as the social roles of women and the family—could be approached, contested, revised, or embraced during this period of tumultuous change.
He was a family man. Cut down by cancer just like that, in the prime of his life.
He's mostly moved on, he really has, but every once in a while something will
trigger him and he'll find his way back to the house his wife and teenage kids still
Author: Daniel José Older
First in the ghostly urban fantasy series by New York Times bestselling author Daniel José Older “Because I’m an inbetweener—and the only one anyone knows of at that—the dead turn to me when something is askew between them and the living. Usually, it’s something mundane like a suicide gone wrong or someone revived that shouldn’ta been.” Carlos Delacruz is one of the New York Council of the Dead’s most unusual agents—an inbetweener, partially resurrected from a death he barely recalls suffering, after a life that’s missing from his memory. He thinks he is one of a kind—until he encounters other entities walking the fine line between life and death. One inbetweener is a sorcerer. He’s summoned a horde of implike ngks capable of eliminating spirits, and they’re spreading through the city like a plague. They’ve already taken out some of NYCOD’s finest, leaving Carlos desperate to stop their master before he opens up the entrada to the Underworld—which would destroy the balance between the living and the dead. But in uncovering this man’s identity, Carlos confronts the truth of his own life—and death.…
When you could live in a house that once was yours and is a mansion by
comparison?' 'I would gladly move in if you ... I endured that a lot when I was
young and swore a child of mine would not be subjected to it.' Henrietta glanced
at him, ...
Author: Winston Graham
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Bella Poldark is the twelfth and final novel in Winston Graham's hugely popular Poldark series, and continues the story after the fifth TV series, which has become a television phenomenon starring Aidan Turner. The enchanting saga of Ross, Demelza and the Poldark family concludes in this, the last book in the epic series. Bella, the Poldarks’ youngest daughter, is a precociously talented singer and is encouraged to pursue a career by her old flame and by a distinguished French conductor who has more in mind than Bella’s music . . . Meanwhile, Valentine Warleggan, whose existence keeps open the old wounds of the feud between Ross and George, leads an increasingly wayward existence. And Clowance, the Poldarks’ widowed daughter, is considering remarrying to one of two rival suitors. But a cloud hangs over Cornwall, as a murderer stalks the villages looking for new victims . . . 'From the incomparable Winston Graham . . . who has everything that anyone else has, and then a whole lot more.' Guardian
She had dreamed of having all of her children, and grandchildren, singing
together in the music room and having a good time. Now she and Tim were
running for their lives. The house that once was filled with love and laughter is
now empty ...
Author: Autum Augusta
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
Category: Family & Relationships
Lori was able to compare death to divorce. She had to adjust to the personality change of her husband. When going through hard times, she used imagination to survive. Her reward was worth all the trouble.
It is only justice to say that , to Mr . Peel , now Sir Robert Peel , the obloquy of this
greatest blunder that ever legislature committed ... Ricardo had the enormous '
folly to tell the House that the bill was not worthy of half an hour of even their ...
Author: Henry Carey Baird
Category: Currency question
The Legacy of the Ottoman House in Modern Turkey Carel Bertram There is
adistinctive type of house that once was found wherever theOttomans lived. From
the seventeenth century untilthe first days of thetwentieth century¦when regions ...
Author: Lucia Volk
The Middle East in the World offers students a fresh, comprehensive, multidisciplinary entry point to the broader Middle East. After a brief introduction to the study of the region, the early chapters of the book survey the essentials of Middle Eastern history; important historical narratives; and the region's languages, religions, and global connections. Students are guided through the material with relevant maps, resource boxes, and text boxes that support and guide further independent exploration of the topics at hand. The second half of the book presents interdisciplinary case studies, each of which focuses on a specific country or sub-region and a salient issue, offering a taste of the cultural distinctiveness of the particular country while also drawing attention to global linkages. Readers will come away from this book with an understanding of the larger historical, political, and cultural frameworks that shaped the Middle East as we know it today, and of current issues that have relevance in the Middle East and beyond.
I knew this was a time to rebuild the foundation that once had been strong. As the
next several weeks went by, our daily routine had to be adjusted. It was no longer
just the two of us anymore. Everything around the house started to slowly ...
Author: George Tiwari
Category: Family & Relationships
Aditi's nightmares are straining her marriage, yet her husband Michael remains steadfast; always there to help her through another fitful night. He wonders what is so deeply disturbing the beautiful woman he met in a New York coffee shop so many years ago. Aditi's solution to her distress is a vacation to their beloved India. As the trip unfolds, Aditi's anguish deepens, and she collapses on a dirt road near her childhood home. Recovering in the hospital, Aditi is finally able to release the memories and emotions she's suppressed since her seventh birthday. To the amazement of her husband, her son, her parents and even herself, the story of her childhood unfolds in intricate, yet painful layers. Readers of all ages will enjoy this heartwarming and inspirational story as Aditi sets out on a journey for the truth. Immerse yourself in the blessings, family bonds, innocence, and cultural identity, as the author vividly portrays Aditi's struggle to face what was already written in her destiny.
teristic of the greatest English artist , Turner , that there was nothing so ugly about
England but he could bring beauty out of it ... There is as little terra - cotta on the
Englishman ' s house as on his character . ... Of course the wealthy Londoners
have always fought against their hard climatic environment , and against the ever
Author: Moncure Daniel Conway