Old Border Road
Katherine is seventeen, living alone in the beautiful, desolate landscape of southern Arizona. Her mother is feckless, her father busy up north with his new family. Meeting Son, the scion of a local rancher, seems like deliverance. They marry and live as a family in his parents'' venerable adobe house, but it soon becomes clear that Son is a man who, as his father says, has a young heart near withered beneath the breastbone. Katherine must find her own way during a dangerous months-long drought, when everything seems to be disintegrating around her. The physical terrain of Old Border Road, like Marilynne Robinson''s Idaho or Cormac McCarthy''s Texas, is more than a backdrop--it informs what happens. Susan Froderberg''s novel speaks to universal concerns about commitment, ambition, and betrayal. Her use of incantatory, almost biblical language--and her knowledge of both the complexities of a small, deeply-rooted place and the human heart--make Old Border Road soar.
Since colonization, Canadians and Americans have viewed religious matters differently. While this is not surprising given contemporary Canadians' reluctance to embrace U.S.-style social conservativism, the roots of the phenomenon are seldom examined. J.I. Little seeks to correct this oversight with Borderland Religion. Focusing on the settlement period of the Eastern Townships region of Quebec, Little addresses the role played by religion in forging a distinctive national identity for English-Canadians. While radical evangelical churches and sects developed in the hill country of New England, they failed to gain a strong foothold in the neighbouring Eastern Townships despite the majority of the population there being of American origin. Rather, the British-based Church of England and Wesleyan Methodist Society became much the largest denominations in this border region. Borderland Religion is effectively a borderlands study in reverse. Rather than examining the dynamics of contact between two distinct cultures in a common geographical space, or middle ground, it explores how a common culture became differentiated on either side of an international boundary line. In the process, it also illuminates the woefully neglected history of Protestantism in Quebec.
Dad's Advice Book
Dad''s Advice Book is a collection of quotes and aphorisms on life''s lessons that most fathers have learned along the way but have been too busy to pass on. It was written by a Dad for other Dad''s who want to give their children something more meaningful than the latest trinket for their high school or college graduation, or eighteenth birthday. The book has four chapters on different topics: Everyday Advice; Money Advice; Career Advice; and Car Advice. Each page has a single quote with a border around it for easy reading, and the last three pages of the book are left blank for the recipient''s father to add his own insights on life. It is a perfect gift for a son or daughter taking those first steps into adulthood. An affordable, personalized, and special keepsake a young person will always have for those moments in life when they wonder: What would Dad do?
The Border Lord's Bride (Reprint) (Paperback)
When an imposing and fierce laird finds himself forced to marry the beautiful woman he rescues, he never expects that the marriage of convenience would lead to lasting love, in a new volume from the Border Chronicles series. Reprint.
The Twilight Saga "White Collection" - Boxed Set by Stephenie Meyer
This gorgeous gift set--available for a limited time only--includes paperback editions of Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn, and The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner with exclusive white covers, making it the perfect gift for fans of the bestselling series. Deeply romantic and extraordinarily suspenseful, The Twilight Saga capture the struggle between defying our instincts and satisfying our desires.
Books with Style Style Book: Fashionable Inspirations
"FREE SHIPPING at shopbop.com. With her sharp eye and clever pen, longtime fashion editor and style maven Elizabeth Walker navigates fashion devotees through the recurring themes that define the essence of style. More than 450 exhilarating images, from 1865 to the present and from street fashion to haute couture. * By Elizabeth Walker. * Hardcover, 480 pages * 8"" x 6"" x 2"" * Imprint: Flammarion * ISBN-13: 978-2080200822 - No Color"
Books With Style I Love Your Style - No Color
I Love Your Style is a sumptuous full color look book and style bible, complete with more than 400 classic and modern photographs, that will both empower and inspire women to dive into the challenge of defining, or refining, their personal style. Made in the USA. By Amanda Brooks. Paperback. 288 pages. Imprint: It Books. ISBN: 978 0061833120 Measurements Width: 10in / 25.5cm Height: 8in / 20.25cm. Available sizes: One Size
Books With Style This Little Piggy Went To Prada - No Color
For the woman more accustomed to singing Missoni's praises than singing lullabies comes Amy Allen's 'This Little Piggy Went to Prada: Nursery Rhymes for the Blahnik Brigade'. Filled with sumptuous full color illustrations by Eun Kyung Kung, this book presents classic nursery rhymes with a thoroughly modern and charmingly ironic spin that will make the most sleepless fashionista mom smile. By Amy Allen. Hardcover, 72 pages. 6" x 8" x 3/4" Imprint: It Books ISBN 13: 978 0061138850 A manufacturer's warranty for this item can be requested from Customer Service. Designer Shipping & Returns . Available sizes: One Size
Books with Style 100 Contemporary Fashion Designers
"FREE SHIPPING at shopbop.com. This two-volume collection of highlights from TASCHEN's first two volumes of the renowned Fashion Now! books is a comprehensive study of fashion design around the world at the beginning of the 21st century. Up-and-coming fashion designers and tomorrow's superstars are featured alongside the field's most respected practitioners. * By Terry Jones. * Hardcover, 800 pages * 12.5"" x 10"" x 3.5"" * Imprint: TASCHEN * ISBN-13: 978-3836516860 - No Color"
A Christmas Guest
During a holiday visit to the home of Charlotte Pitts parents, Grandmama is called upon to play the role of amateur detective when a fellow guest--an outcast from her own family--is murdered. 65,000 first printing. *Author: Perry, Anne *Series Title: The Christmas Stories *Publication Date: 2005/11/01 *Number of Pages: 193 *Binding Type: Hardcover *Language: English *Depth: 1.25 *Width: 5.50 *Height: 8.00
A Marine for Christmas
Growing up in her perfect sister's shadow wasn't easy. Especially because JC Montgomery had been in love with Liz's boyfriend for as long as she could remember. Brady Sheppard, a guy who thought of her as only the kid sister. But that all changed when Liz married somebody else and Brady ended up in bed with JC! It was like a dream come true.Except now JC's pregnant. And Brady's a wounded marine, so it's going to be difficult for him to get down on one knee and tell her she's his reason
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