I Want to Be Much More Bigger Like You

Lola is convinced that she is finally tall enough to ride the "Super Dooper Loop the Looper" at the fair, but her older brother Charlie gently tells her that she is still too short, but that there are many good things about being small.

Author: Lauren Child


ISBN: 9780448448671

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

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Lola is convinced that she is finally tall enough to ride the "Super Dooper Loop the Looper" at the fair, but her older brother Charlie gently tells her that she is still too short, but that there are many good things about being small. Original.

I Want to Be Much More Bigger Like You

For use in schools and libraries only.

Author: Lauren Child

Publisher: Turtleback Books

ISBN: 9780606106368

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 22

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For use in schools and libraries only. Lola is convinced that she is finally tall enough to ride the "Super Dooper Loop the Looper" at the fair, but her older brother Charlie gently tells her that she is still too short, but that there are many good things about being small. Original.

I Want to Be Like You Lord

... to do something bigger . Right now you are like the servant who is being given
only a little responsibility . ... If you do a good job at this , you will be ready for
more and bigger responsibilities when you are a woman . Habits we develop
when ...

Author: Betty Steele Everett

Publisher: Augsburg Books

ISBN: 9780806621128

Category: Religion

Page: 110

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Twenty devotions applying scriptural principles to everyday concerns of girls, such as forgiving others, sharing, contentment, honesty, prayer, loving, and using one's talents.

A Bigger Prize

The games are built so that the reward system continuously offers you carrots
and better carrots so you feel like you are winning. And then there are leader
boards so you have a public, worldwide arena for your achievements. People
know ...

Author: Margaret Heffernan

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1610392922

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 416

View: 869

Get into the best schools. Land your next big promotion. Dress for success. Run faster. Play tougher. Work harder. Keep score. And whatever you do—make sure you win. Competition runs through every aspect of our lives today. From the cubicle to the race track, in business and love, religion and science, what matters now is to be the biggest, fastest, meanest, toughest, richest. The upshot of all these contests? As Margaret Heffernan shows in this eye-opening book, competition regularly backfires, producing an explosion of cheating, corruption, inequality, and risk. The demolition derby of modern life has damaged our ability to work together. But it doesn't have to be this way. CEOs, scientists, engineers, investors, and inventors around the world are pioneering better ways to create great products, build enduring businesses, and grow relationships. Their secret? Generosity. Trust. Time. Theater. From the cranberry bogs of Massachusetts to the classrooms of Singapore and Finland, from tiny start-ups to global engineering firms and beloved American organizations—like Ocean Spray, Eileen Fisher, Gore, and Boston Scientific—Heffernan discovers ways of living and working that foster creativity, spark innovation, reinforce our social fabric, and feel so much better than winning.

We Are the Perfect Girl

More than what?” “More than high school! Like, to be in the world!” She looked
doubtful. “It's community college” “I know that. It's just ... more. Bigger, I don't know
. Don't you want that?” On the other side of the room, Mr. Positano was arguing ...

Author: Ariel Kaplan

Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers

ISBN: 0525647120

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 384

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This witty, warm-hearted retelling of Cyrano de Bergerac is a love letter to female friendship. Perfect for Stephanie Perkins fans, and anyone who's ever thought of trying on a new identity to impress a guy. Aphra Brown is bold and outgoing. Her best friend, Bethany, is achingly beautiful. Individually, they could both do a little better in the self-esteem department, but together? Together, they have what it takes to win over Greg D'Agostino, a proverbial "ten," who happens to be fluent in six languages--seven if you count the language of smoldering gazes . . . What begins as an honest mistake turns into an elaborate deception, wherein Bethany goes on dates with Greg while Aphra coaches her on what to say, and texts him in the guise of Bethany, trying and failing, all the while, to tamp down her own hopeless crush. It's only a matter of time before things come crashing down. The question is: What will happen when Greg finds out? And can Aphra and Bethany's friendship survive the fallout? From the author of We Regret to Inform You comes a witty, warm-hearted exploration of love in all its forms, and a cris-de-coeur for self-acceptance when the pressure to be perfect is overwhelming. "There is much to appreciate about this book: its cleverness, its humor, that it embraces and normalizes therapy, that it places familial love and friendship on a level with romantic love. But, perhaps best of all, it offers teens, especially those struggling to accept and love themselves, a picture of a girl who makes mistakes and fights to begin again." --Booklist, starred review "At once painful and heartfelt . . . a smart and honest look at female beauty, with plenty of panache to boot." --Kirkus, starred review

The Gospel according to The Simpsons Bigger and Possibly Even Better Edition

Returning to his friend to plead for his soul in the middle of the night, Bart is told
that Milhouse has sold it to the creepy guy who owns the comic book store. ... You
know, she tells him, “some philosophers believe that nobody is born with a soul—
that you have to earn one through suffering and thought ... gullible camper, later
extorting much more to give it back. “I love these religious shows, these spiritual
shows,” says Groening, “because they please both the Christians and the

Author: Mark I. Pinsky

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

ISBN: 1611644372

Category: Religion

Page: 317

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Is there anything holy in Springfield, the home to irascible Bart Simpson and his naive dad Homer, their enthusiastic evangelical neighbor Ned Flanders, the sourpuss minister Rev. Lovejoy, and the dozens of other unique characters who inhabit the phenomenally popular TV show? In this revision of the 2001 bestseller, author Mark Pinsky says yes! In this entertaining and enlightening book, Pinsky shows how The Simpsons engages issues of religion and morality in a thoughtful, provocative, and genuinely respectful way. With three new chapters and updates to reflect the 2001-2006 seasons, Pinsky has given a thorough facelift to the book that Publishers Weekly called "thoughtful and genuinely entertaining." The new material includes chapters on Buddhism and gay marriage and an extensive afterword that explores how religion is treated on the animated shows that have followed in the footsteps of The Simpsons: South Park, Family Guy, Futurama, American Dad, and King of the Hill.

Things of the Mind

So you have an ideal and you are comparing yourself all the time with the ideal
and never achieving the ideal . ... As long as you want to become like somebody
else who is much more erudite , scholarly , with a better job or position , prestige ,
money ... K : “ That's all involved in that ... position , prestige , fame , notoriety ,
money , a bigger house , a bigger car , more comfort , rank and all the rest of it . Is

Author: Jiddu Krishnamurti

Publisher: Sterling/Main Street


Category: Apprentissage, Psychologie de l'

Page: 184

View: 364

Beyond Bigger Leaner Stronger

As you'll learn in this book, most of what you want to achieve with your body
comes down to diligent and consistent application of the basics. ... For example,
many of the fitness magazines you see on the shelves of your local bookstore are
little more than ... A great plan if you love convincing people to pay to be lied to.

Author: Michael Matthews

Publisher: Oculus Publishers

ISBN: 1938895266

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 297

View: 664

No matter how stuck you feel, no matter how bad you think your genetics are, and no matter how many “advanced” diets and workout programs you’ve tried and abandoned . . . . . . you absolutely, positively can shatter muscle and strength plateaus, set new personal records, and build your best body ever. And better yet, you can do it without following restrictive or exotic diets, putting in long hours at the gym, or doing crushing workouts that leave you aching from tip to tail. This book shows you how. Here are just a few of the things you'll discover in it: · How to almost instantly optimize your environment so you need less willpower to stay on track with your diet, training, supplementation, and wellness routines. · The nitty-gritty details about how to use advanced diet strategies like mini-cuts, intermittent fasting, and calorie cycling to immediately boost muscle growth and fat loss. · The little-known and unorthodox methods of determining how big and strong you can get with your genetics, according to the hard work of two highly respected fitness researchers. · A paint-by-numbers training system that’ll get you unstuck and steadily gaining muscle again in all the right places . . . spending only 4 to 6 hours in the gym every week doing challenging and fun workouts you actually enjoy. · The ancient secret of anatomy discovered by Leonardo da Vinci that gives you a simple blueprint for developing the exact proportions that literally make you look like a Greek god—a big, full chest; wide, tapered back; thick, powerful legs; and strong, bulging arms. · A no-BS guide to “sophisticated” supplements that’ll show you what works and what doesn’t, saving you hundreds if not thousands of dollars each year on exotic pills, powders, and potions. · And a whole lot more! The bottom line is you CAN gain real muscle and strength again, look forward to your workouts again, and feel like your fitness is finally under control again.

A Quest for More

Living for Something Bigger than You Paul David Tripp ... This is what we have
been discussing all along. ... I will like you when you are helping me get what I
want, but I will struggle with spontaneous anger toward you when you unwittingly

Author: Paul David Tripp

Publisher: David C Cook

ISBN: 1935273914

Category: Religion

Page: 216

View: 550

Paul David Tripp expertly traverses the deepest recesses of the human heart and compassionately invites fellow Christian travelers to journey with him into God's bigger kingdom. The author promises readers that they will be encouraged, excited, and motivated by hope as they learn how to set aside their "little kingdom" attachments which can expertly masquerade within the church as Christian activism, legalism, emotionalism, formalism, creedalism, and externalism; in favor of God's expansive and soul-freeing eternal quest. Tripp demonstrates through sound biblical principles how humanity is made by God to transcend far beyond the mere physical realm and is likewise created to be "glory junkies;" those whose visionary lives are governed by God's grand purposes rather than existing only within their narrow self-interested confines. Writes the author, "It is a fundamental denial of your humanity to narrow the size of your life to the size of your own existence, because you were created to be an 'above and more' being. You were made to be transcendent." Tripp then shows Christians how to "transcend" through daily, moment-by-moment, practical methodology that transforms individuals into the image of Christ. It is within this purpose-driven framework, this "Quest for More", that Paul Tripp compels believers to see beyond the worldly deception of personal achievement, success, materialism, in order to break free from this ungodly fulfillment that is too easily satisfied with a mediocre walk with Christ. Instead the author invites committed sojourners to a life characterized by an unyielding passion that pursues God simply for the pleasure of his glorious company and in the process, affect eternal change in a hurting, hopeless world.

The Motor

Americans join in , but certainly more powerful cars , would I think that if people
took a little more you look on that as a step ... go up to something like you have to
remember is that at a modern a ton and a bigger car . race meeting at Silverstone




Category: Transportation


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Someday when she had a better job , when she could afford a bigger apartment ,
when . ... I need to like myself more . ... And maybe , " Kelly went on , " if you felt
better about yourself , you might be able to love Jeanice even more - enough to ...




Category: Women


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The Heart s Gift

You are still critically ill , under constant watch , hooked up to countless tubes ,
enduring a myriad of tests and medications . Your life is ... The other two
anomalies need further surgery , but hopefully they will wait until you are older ,
bigger and better able to stand the strenuous procedure . Your defect ... There is
hope that you can one day be a normal healthy girl who can run and play like
other children .

Author: Jodi Davis

Publisher: Bookhouse Fulfillment

ISBN: 9781592980062

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 246

View: 559

The Heart's Gift is a mother's intimate, loving, and honest chronicle of the birth, life, and twenty-one-year legacy of a daughter who congential heart defect limited her life to one all consuming year.

Business Week

Management up to the big ones like you see today , their investments in Asia .
What is Ford market share as much as they used to ? maybe even bigger ones
than you see waiting for ? A : They want it more now . [ Toyota Motoday . We'll do
all ...




Category: Business


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Like P . No , but it seems all people , they seem to everybody seems to be so
bigger than I am , notice me . they look so big , bigger than they really are . ... P .
Nothing is right , everything looks so D . It looks like you want to be skinny ? funny




Category: Nervous system


View: 666

Runaway Me

So that ' s a lot said on the downside of shelters , and not much on the up side . If I
was a teen runaway ... Like I said , I have interviewed plenty of kids who are
grateful they went to shelters . ... And most are likely to be bigger and stronger
than you . You are far more likely to be attacked or harassed at such a shelter .
How to ...

Author: Evan Karl Cutler

Publisher: A Blooming PressCo


Category: Social Science

Page: 381

View: 207


You , who just said you would do nothing to harm me not more than ten minutes
ago ? ... I do love you . You are my true brother , born of our same poor mother .
But this is bigger than the two of us ! You have no idea of the magnitude of my ...

Author: Paul Crouch

Publisher: Charisma House

ISBN: 9780884197997

Category: Fiction

Page: 405

View: 136

"For a brief moment, two brothers stand silently side by side at Megiddo, overlooking the final battlefield where the world's megapowers are strategically positioned to take control of mankind's future. both men seek supernatural power, one to control the other to save."--Page 4 of cover.

The Jazz Review

If the reason you don ' t have more jazz musicians writing for your maga . zine is
that you don ' t think there are any who can write , or any who would like to ... The
Jazz Review is growing bigger and better , and it looks like you are here to stay .




Category: Jazz


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The Expository Times

from other birds , but it isn't ; that Jesus wasn't ' And they sung as it were a new
song . . . and no a real boy like you , and yet He was . Only He man could learn
that song but the hundred and forty did it better . ... it as you are who let But the
nightingales were very interesting too them see you only do it because you have
been told , to hear what has ... it in Scotland , to listen to a tiny brown bird no
bigger all .

Author: James Hastings



Category: Bible


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William J Clinton 1993 bk 2 August 1 to December 31 1993

He started and people like you all over the country about a community policing
program in New York . what would ... The second thing we've got to do , what the
young man said whose brother got I'll say again , is to try to take the guns out shot
in school — it goes back to the bigger point ... we have to give these kids people
like him to we're trying to have much more comprehensive relate to — like you ,
sir ...

Author: United States. President (1993-2001 : Clinton)



Category: United States


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Existential Psychiatry

The buildings can ' t unfold , can ' t feed the dreams men have , men like you . ...
They don ' t believe any more . ... They ' re restless , like you , Bigger . ... In order
to keep it , they push men down in the mud and tell them that they are beasts .




Category: Existentialism


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