Brandon T. comes to school in those shoes. He says he's the fastest runner now,
not me. I was always the fastest before those shoes came along. Nate comes to
school in those shoes. Antonio and I count how many times Nate goes to the ...
Author: Maribeth Boelts
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Category: Juvenile Fiction
But all the kids are wearing them! Any child who has ever craved something out of reach will relate to this warm, refreshingly realistic story. Features an audio read-along. "I have dreams about those shoes. Black high-tops. Two white stripes." All Jeremy wants is a pair of those shoes, the ones everyone at school seems to be wearing. But Jeremy’s grandma tells him they don’t have room for "want," just "need," and what Jeremy needs are new boots for winter. When Jeremy’s shoes fall apart at school, and the guidance counselor gives him a hand-me-down pair, the boy is more determined than ever to have those shoes, even a thrift-shop pair that are much too small. But sore feet aren’t much fun, and Jeremy comes to realize that the things he has -- warm boots, a loving grandma, and the chance to help a friend -- are worth more than the things he wants.
The appalled noblewoman declared, “Salvatore, these shoes are an abomination
! What were you thinking of?” To which Ferragamo replied, “Duchess, I ask you
for a small favor. Wear these shoes tomorrow to Sunday mass; if even one of your
Author: Paola Jacobbi
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Social Science
"Shoes possess magical properties," writes Italian journalist and shoe fanatic Paola Jacobbi. The allure of shoes is so powerful that they have become her fashion obsession, one she shares with millions of women, from Imelda Marcos to Sarah Jessica Parker to Joan Crawford. Here Jacobbi indulges that obsession by embarking on a witty and highly opinionated journey through the styles and cultural significance of women's footwear and our attachment to it. Jacobbi pontificates (sandals are the bikini of footwear); psychoanalyzes (the relationship between shoes and sex); has fiery beliefs (ankle boots are quite simply a no-no); and speculates (there's a little Imelda in all of us). She also offers plenty of sage advice: how to choose the right heel for your physique, how to keep shoes lasting long, why to avoid mules at all costs, and how to judge a man by his footwear. Charming, sassy, and irresistible, I Want Those Shoes! will be a perfect fit for every woman who has ever coveted, rearranged her closet to accommodate, or maxed out her credit card for one more absolutely-gotta-have-it pair of shoes.
I am looking at shoes and only the shoes. As a matter of fact I am starting to zero
in on them. I could not hear at this distance what those shoes were saying, if they
could or would talk, but the amazement I find is in what I see. First, I notice the ...
Author: Cal Bray
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Do your feet get tired and ache? Do you enjoy throwing your shoes off after a long day at work? Think twice next time, because you may regret it. All is well in the world until one man begins to hear things. What he finds is so disturbing, so irrational that it will blow reader's shoes off--literally. If Those Shoes Could Talk is a toe-twitching story of a man who discovers a smelly truth; his shoes are talking to him. Slip on your favorite slippers and jump feet-first into this hilarious tale of wacky shoes and a man's quest to discover why on earth he can communicate with footwear. You will laugh, cry, scream, and gasp in fear as you discover what your shoes might be saying about you. One thing is for certain; you will never look at your shoes the same way again. Very creative and cleaver, a must read for anyone that wants to laugh. The author seems to be in touch with reality in way that we all need to be. Glen and Donna Wadford, Cruzin South Magazine Author Cal Bray has been a teacher, songwriter, and worship leader and is the writer of Growing with God Together as well as the inspirational song, 'Follow Me, I heard Jesus Say.' Cal presently lives in Tennessee with his wife and continues to travel and share more experiences for all to enjoy.
Somebody must step up and fill those shoes! If it's not the parent, then who will a
child turn to? Do you really want to take that chance and risk your child's future, or
possibly even their life? Hear their cries for help while you still can! Don't make ...
Author: J.D. Widener
him down a sitts, 64. out the both loso how a thing on two about (easing those
givk. Ś wouldn't go ove, those so lose no money at that time. “Dawid took the gas
to his mothe's house and jaag was just cosing. S caska he, and too how that ...
Author: Debra Hobgood
Publisher: Author House
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This is a biography of my life story. This book will keep your attention and is very captivating. It is unbelievable some of the things that I have been through. I think it will make you appreciate the finer things of life. It also will make you aware of a lot of thing you thought you knew but didnt. I hope that you enjoy reading this book as much as I have in sharing my life story with you. God Bless
They re all from a left shoe. They re a damned clever start to what the murderer
thinks is a perfect crime.” He paused, as though to catch his breath. “Jim! lthink
the man must be a maniac to think he can get away with this. He's tried so hard
Author: Leroy Yerxa
Publisher: eStar Books
Footprints all around the corpse; but they were all prints of the left foot!ExcerptInspector James Hall was, like his office, a classical example of unadorned simplicity. Hall didn't like puzzles and he didn't like details. Puzzles troubled his solid head, and right now, as he slammed down the phone, the toughest problem he'd faced in months sent three thick fingers scratching over his bald head. He sat very still for a few minutes, shaking his head back and forth like an angry bull. Then his thick fist crashed down on the desk top in sudden decision. When he picked up the phone once more there was a suggestion of a twinkle in the dark, deep set eyes. "Hello! Sergeant? Listen! Send in Robert Case. Yes, the little wonder boy of the detective squad." He listened impatiently as the receiver chattered back at him. His jaw hardened into set lines. "Yes! Well, I think we've got something here that will keep little Robert Case busy for a while before he solves it. Quite a while!" Inspector Hall dropped the phone and buzzed the main desk. Over the communication set he ordered a squad car to stand by. Tall and homely as a bald eagle, Hall unfolded himself from the chair and jerked on his overcoat. He was just pulling the battered felt down where it would conceal his lack of head shrubbery when a light knock sounded on the door. "Come on in, Case," he shouted. The door opened and a small, dapper individual entered. Robert Case had an innocent face that made him look like a choir boy who had just left church. He approached Hall with short steps and Hall was suddenly conscious of how carefully polished Case's shoes were in comparison to his own well worn boots.
An Exhibition of Chinese Painting What are they saying those two walking in
whispers up to an ancient temple through waterfalls in the Ashmolean? Beneath
wisteria a man plays a qin, brushstrokes of a bird on a flowering branch, thin, a
Author: Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch’s debut collection for Picador introduces a young poet with a remarkable range of imaginative tactics at her disposal, and seems to announce not one, but several new voices. Not In These Shoes is an act of uncanny ventriloquism, and a distinct spirit haunts each of Wynne-Rhydderch’s meticulously drawn spaces. Whether conjuring the interior of a toy snowstorm, a flooded valley, a woman in a backless dress, a ship’s figurehead or a matador in a hotel room, Wynne-Rhydderch finds a voice that perfectly commands our attention. ‘A major voice in contemporary poetry. Razor-sharp wit, a singing vitality of language, and remarkable technical prowess' Penelope Shuttle 'Mysterious and erotic, heartfelt, sophisticated and immensely readable - there's not a page that doesn't stir the imagination. It's a book I've been waiting years to read' Robert Minhinnick
“I don't talk to those people. A mutual friend said he heard she had a mental
breakdown.” I'm sure that makes you happy Saiid. I don't want to talk about her. “
Bella I was hoping one day we could get back together.” It was hard for me to
Author: Alfreda Avognon
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Family & Relationships
Bella was bursting with pride as she prepared for her daughter´s wedding. It was hard for her to imagine being any happier. Little did she know that with the wedding only twenty-four hours away, her world would soon be spiraling out of control after meeting and falling madly in love with a man eighteen years her junior and the nephew of her soon to be son-in-law. Painfully Bella finds out that, "These Shoes Don´t Fit".
... shoes. He wore them to school and raced every one of those kids on the
playground. ... He came home and said, "Mom, I beat every kid on the playground
, I bet they all wished they had these shoes so they could run as fast as me." I
Author: Tamara Alise Brackeen
Publisher: Xulon Press
Brackeen reveals wisdom and knowledge on how to be an intercessor and the important keys needed to be an effective vessel for God as a mighty intercessor. (Christian)
( She feels the shoes and reminisces . ) It was in Copenhagen , just before my
wedding . I saw a pair of shoes in a shop window . My mother said we wouldn ' t
buy shoes there , but the more she said " no , " the more I wanted those shoes .
Author: Hans J Schmidt
Publisher: Dramatic Publishing
Category: Children's plays
From those SHOES BLUES I got a hole deep in my soul from those SHOES
BLUES Week after week , each sandal and sneak Overnight , they abuse . How
can it be ? They won ' t tell me , they refuse ! And so I ' ve got those weary , dreary
, old ...
Author: David Rogers
Publisher: Dramatic Publishing
A stunning combination of illustration, collage and photography. This 48-page book is a head-to-toe celebration of women's love affair with shoes. Peppered with sassy quotes, historical commentary and fascinating tid-bits.
Author: Robyn Johnson
A stunning combination of illustration, collage and photography. This 48-page book is a head-to-toe celebration of women's love affair with shoes. Peppered with sassy quotes, historical commentary and fascinating tid-bits. A well-heeled foxtrot down memory lane, depicting the cyclical nature of fashion through to the contemporary catwalk. Exquisitely packaged with 10 cards and envelopes.
Do you notice the old pair of shoes you once wore before you met me?” I said to
myself, Oh God, how can I forget! Then I heard Him say, “I remember what you
did in those shoes, Maryann.” As I glanced at those shoes, I remembered how I
Author: Maryann McMellon
Publisher: WestBow Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Broken No More is a true story about a devastated girl who sought a prince to escape a childhood dominated by two alcoholic parentsone a mentally ill motherabuse, panic attacks, depression, abandonment, and incredible loss. Maryann learned early in life that trust and love were just words without meaning and that promises were not meant for keeping. In her brokenness, she began to self-medicate with alcohol at the age of twelve. She took a destructive path that nearly consumed her life and left her in complete despair, but her life was forever changed when she was finally rescued by a true prince, Jesus. Not only did Jesus rescue her, but He gave her authority and power to win the wars against the enemy and recover what was once plundered. She was broken, but because of Christ, today she is broken no more. The goal of Maryanns ministry is to war for the oppressed and train for battle, so that families and generations to come will be freed in Christ and walk in victory.
this appears here is , that if the relique discovered was really an horse - shoe , it
must have been one of the most ancient ... They , accordingly , contend that the
Greek word Dealvald , was meant to denote those shoes ; in the company of
Author: John Frederic Lake-Williams
haven't got those shoes. I put those shoes in the incinerator and burned them up.
I'd be afraid to tell lies the way you do.” Leroy laughed his silent laugh, waited a
moment, and then said, “You mean you thought you burned up them shoes. Now
Author: William March
The bestselling novel that inspired Mervyn LeRoy’s classic horror film about the little girl who can get away with anything—even murder. There’s something special about eight-year-old Rhoda Penmark. With her carefully plaited hair and her sweet cotton dresses, she’s the very picture of old-fashioned innocence. But when their neighborhood suffers a series of terrible accidents, her mother begins to wonder: Why do bad things seem to happen when little Rhoda is around? Originally published in 1954, William March’s final novel was an instant bestseller and National Book Award finalist before it was adapted for the stage and made into a 1956 film. The Bad Seed is an indelible portrait of an evil that wears an innocent face, one which still resonates in popular culture today. With a new foreword by Anna Holmes. Vintage Movie Classics spotlights classic films that have stood the test of time, now rediscovered through the publication of the novels on which they were based.
And one of these was especially notorious in his ways . It having been
prophesied ... It transpired that in a few months the gore in those shoes failing
there did come many pairs back to the Prophet for regoring . But he laugheth in
his sleeve ...
WHY do I say these stupid things? Sometimes I really just don't know. Because
she was listening, I suppose, and because I was angry. These days I feel angry a
lot of the time. And maybe too it was because of the shoes. Those fabu~ lous ...
Author: Joanne Harris
Publisher: Random House
'A DELICIOUS URBAN FAIRYTALE, WHERE KILLER SHOES AND AZTEC MYTHS BATTLE IT OUT WITH TRUE LOVE AND THE SEDUCTIVE POWER OF CHOCOLATE' Daily Mail 'Who died?' I said. 'Or is it a secret?' 'My mother, Vianne Rocher.' Seeking refuge and anonymity in the cobbled streets of Montmartre, Yanne and her two daughters live peacefully, if not happily, above their little chocolate shop. Nothing unusual marks them out; no red sachets hang by the door.The wind has stopped - at least for a while. Then into their lives blows Zozie de l'Alba, the lady with the lollipop shoes,ruthless, devious and seductive. With everything she loves at stake, Yanne must face a difficult choice; to flee, as she has done so many times before, or to confront her most dangerous enemy... Herself. For all those who loved Chocolat - the second Vianne Rocher novel.
'I got work everywhere, because there was no one left to do those jobs. I
wandered through Thuringia. Sometimes I would take out the shoes and set them
before me. I kissed them; comrade, you won't believe how I loved those shoes.
Then I ...
Author: Hans Herbert Grimm
Publisher: Random House
A GERMAN CLASSIC FROM A FORGOTTEN AUTHOR Schlump is seventeen, a romantic, a chancer and a dreamer. It's 1915 so naturally he volunteers for war. In France he is assigned an administrative position in a small town and has a marvellous time. But when he gets to the trenches, where death and mindless destruction are the everyday, he starts to understand something about war. Funny, brutal and charming, here’s the First World War from the perspective of the inimitable Schlump.
The cheapest price I could find for blue suede boxer shoes was $55. I probably
checked out ten million shoe stores before I finally found what I was looking for.
Ten dollars was a lot of money in those days, and to spend that on a pair of shoes
Author: Mike Krecioch
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Welcome to Orphans Asylum by Mike Krecioch. The author has experienced orphanage life and now has written his story. How the author and his two siblings wind up in a large orphanagewhile both parents are aliveis the central issue of the story. You will be transported back to the early 1950s to experience the orphanage life with all its smells, sounds, and tastes. What was it truly like to live within the confines of an orphanage with all the daily routines? This is a story about another time and place, told with grace and honesty. Saint Hedwig Orphanage (19111961), located in Niles, Illinois, at Harlem and Touhy avenues, was more than an orphanage to more than seven thousand children. It was a familya family of predominantly Polish children. Some were true orphans; others were children of broken homes. Under the direction of Monsignor Francis S. Rusch (18841959), the task of parenting and educating the children was entrusted to the Felician Sisters. The site of Saint Hedwig Orphanage, is now comprised of modern multifamily condominiums. But to those who attended Saint Hedwig, their time there will never be forgotten. All the children who called Saint Hedwig their home from 1911 to 1961 will always be remembered. Saint Hedwig alumni and their families continue to keep in touch through a newsletter entitled The Hedwigian II, which is published three times a year. When Saint Hedwig Orphanage was established, it consisted of one building. On July 12, 1911, sixty-three Polish children were transferred from Saint Josephs Orphanage to Saint Hedwig. Further construction took place, and ultimately, Saint Hedwig consisted of ten buildings on more than forty acres of land. These buildings remained the orphanage home up until 1961, when the buildings were renovated to become the junior college department of University of Saint Mary of the Lake Seminary. In 1968, the school became a four-year college and was renamed Niles College of Loyola University. The Archdiocese of Chicago ultimately sold the site to developers, who razed the orphanage buildings and constructed multifamily condominiums. For those who would like to find out what orphanage life was like during those times, you must read Orphans Asylum.