Song on the Wind

This poetic story has universal appeal and spans time and distance with eloquent simplicity.

Author: Caroline Everson


ISBN: 1927083303

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

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This poetic story has universal appeal and spans time and distance with eloquent simplicity. In fourteen gentle stanzas, sleepy-eyed children throughout history draw comfort from bedtime tales and tender lullabies. Here, their innate curiosity about the world around them is satisfied by timeless music that drifts through centuries on the wind. Loving parents sing of white polar bears, northern lights, sea creatures, and woodland animals that dance under the stars and visit each child on the edge of sleep. Evocative rhyming text and vivid images will call little ones back time and again to hear the song that drifts into their own special dreams and links them to past and future generations.
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Song of the Wind

Even the sweet promise of a love affair with a handsome Swiss immigrant turns to ashes when she learns that his name and papers are false, used only to protect his German identity in the final days of World War II. In a journey that takes ...

Author: Madge Swindells

Publisher: Sphere

ISBN: 0316857971


Page: 505

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Marika Magos is a woman whose heart has been turned to stone by the ravages of war-torn Europe and whose passions burn with a bitter desire for revenge. Even the sweet promise of a love affair with a handsome Swiss immigrant turns to ashes when she learns that his name and papers are false, used only to protect his German identity in the final days of World War II. In a journey that takes Marika from the diamond-rich canyons of South Africa and the glittering high-fashion world of London, to the glamorous playgrounds of Switzerland and a drama-filled courtroom in Paris, SONG OF THE WIND tells a powerful tale of romance, adventure and intrigue.
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A Song in the Wind

In her groundbreaking book, Sharon Milliman shares her near-death experience and subsequent journey of spiritual growth.

Author: Sharon Milliman

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781512755893

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 160

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In her groundbreaking book, Sharon Milliman shares her near-death experience and subsequent journey of spiritual growth. In sharing what lies beyond life after death, Sharon passionately speaks about the ultimate and ever-present love of God. But her transformative experiences do not end there. With one foot planted in the spiritual realm, Sharon shares many amazing experiences involving Jesus, angels, and spiritual guides. Learning volumes, Sharon connects their teachings to her own family, relationships, pain, and triumphs. Sharon invites you to soar with her to heaven and back again. In this shared journey, she invites you to see miracles through the ordinary and extraordinary. She also invites you to open your heart and quietly listen for Gods song in the wind.
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A Song for the Wind

Preface Old Woman The Flute The Song The Cimarron (1) Old Man A Pipe
Woman The Owl Hope Thunder Eagle Whistle Death Darkness Clouds Dreams
The Roan In my Old House A Hundred Dreams to Haunt my Night The Bite of
Death ...



ISBN: 9780615541112


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Prose, Poetry, Songs and images of Native Spirituality by American Indian Artist Mitch Battese. Paperback edition
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Song Of The Wind The Cosmic Vision Of Jesus

Only then shall we recognize the wind as a metaphor for the Spirit that is always
singing a new song . THE SONG OF THE WIND is a feeble attempt to listen to her
song . If it inspires others to do the same then it can truly sing its nunc dimittis ...

Author: Francis X. D sa

Publisher: St Pauls BYB

ISBN: 8171094163



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Songs on the Wind

38 The following songs under other themes also connect with this one (the Index
can help you find them): Time to Mother the Earth, Back to the Basics, You and
Me and the Sea, Like the Water, A Song on the Wind, Wide as the Ocean, ...

Author: C. Scott Fulton

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781728333854

Category: Poetry

Page: 448

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This book is a collection of most of my songs, recast as poems. They were written over a fifty-year period, and, over that time, my experiences have grown and my sensibilities have shifted in various ways. But it seems to me that we are all on a very similar journey. And my hope is that there is something in here for you—that the songs on the wind that have come to me, moved me, carried me, will help sing you homeward as well.
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Wind Song

Here is America, here is humor, here are the deep rolling cadences, the contagious delight in words and sounds, the imaginative fire that make Carl Sandburg's poetry outstanding. It is a collection to enchant both young and old.

Author: Carl Sandburg

Publisher: Mariner Books

ISBN: 0156970961

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 132

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A selection by one of America's greatest poets of 79 of his poems particularly suitable for children, to which he has added 16 new poems. 7 line drawings by William A. Smith
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Zambezi Wind Song

But in all fairness to the boys, because they were so determined to break the
racial mould that gripped the colonial nation in a “divide and rule” system for all
time, the wind and the river relented. Well, partially. Ultimately the wind song is
the ...

Author: Donette Read Kruger

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781426946004

Category: Fiction

Page: 492

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The cornerstones of the DKG Brotherhood are Gavin Gatling, Kufa Siamkwari and Dominic LEstrange. At the height of the bush war, (Chimurenga II), without a word to his wife Leocardia, Kufa absconds over the border one night to join the Comrades only to return years later to die in the arms of his beloved. After years of procrastinating, Gavin finally agrees to adopt a child called Topaz Nyasha, but he does so on the proviso that no one ever discovers the identity of the infants biological mother. Because of this Shirley is convinced that her husband is the father, and for years she hides the details of his own birth from him, but will Monica, the maid, reveal the facts surrounding Gavins roots before the wind song blows the truth through the small fishing village on Lake Kariba? After Topaz turns 18, Dominic is astonished to learn that she is in fact the great granddaughter of tracker Elias Siamkwari and ivory hunter Sebastian LEstrange, but why should she inherit the gold Huguenot cross with its definitive pearl that symbolizes the Holy Spirit? In this suspense-filled saga set in the mystical Zambezi Valley, against Zimbabwes political background, the legacy of the Zambezi Wind Song is ultimately fulfilled.
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The Wind on Fire Trilogy Firesong

Not the return of the voice to the wind singer, which had been burned. ... They
had been preparing the next generation, that would build the world again, after
the wind on fire. ... She heard the song of the Singer people filling the air above.

Author: William Nicholson

Publisher: Egmont UK

ISBN: 9781780312125

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 352

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The final book in William Nicholson’s award-winning epic fantasy series, Wind on Fire. ‘Gloriously cinematic and completely enthralling’ – Independent In the time of cruelty, the Manth people march back to their homeland. Ira Hath is the only one who knows the way, but she is dying. Bowman eagerly awaits his calling to join the Singer people, but when Kestrel is taken by bandits, he must use his powers to find her. Together they fight, until their destinies tear them apart. And all the while they wait for the wind to rise. Only one will sing the firesong . . . Fantasy books for children don’t get more spectacular than Firesong. Since first publication, William Nicholson’s Wind on Fire trilogy has been translated into over 25 languages and won prizes including the Blue Peter Book Award and Smarties Prize Gold Award. One of the greatest writers of our time, William Nicholson’s has not only sold millions of children’s books worldwide, he also written for the screen and the stage, including the Oscar-winning film Gladiator and the BAFTA-winning play Shadowlands.
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Songs from the Wind in the Willows

The songbook for an adaptation of The Wind in the Willows for the stage, revolving around the adventures of Ratty, Mole, Toad and Badger, and adapted from Kenneth Grahame's classic by Alan Bennett. The music is written by Jeremy Sams.

Author: Jeremy Sams

Publisher: Samuel French

ISBN: 0573086052

Category: Musicals

Page: 17

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The songbook for an adaptation of The Wind in the Willows for the stage, revolving around the adventures of Ratty, Mole, Toad and Badger, and adapted from Kenneth Grahame's classic by Alan Bennett. The music is written by Jeremy Sams.
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Song of the North Wind

Author: Paul A. Johnsgard

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 0803275528

Category: Science

Page: 150

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For centuries the snow goose has signified the passing seasons to the Indians?its white feathers a symbol of the breadth of life and a reminder of the roles the birds played as messengers between heaven and earth. The importance of the geese in these roles is attested by their prominence in Indian lore and myth. ø As a boy growing up in North Dakota, Paul A. Johnsgard measured his winters not by conventional time units, but in the days it took for the snow geese to return from their wintering grounds to Lake Traverse. In this book he recounts the story of one year in the life of a pair of snow geese-the incubation and breeding of the young in the Arctic, their hazardous migration to winter quarters near the Gulf of Mexico, and the spring migration back to the Arctic.
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Slum Song Disaster in the Wind

Besides, I am now conscious of time. There is hope. It seems they come each day
, or maybe every two days, or every three days, I don't know. But that's how I keep
track of time, when I hear the songs. I like the songs. The songs give me hope.

Author: Dan Carroll


ISBN: 9781365009594



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Song of the Wayward Wind and Other Poems

Author: Margaret Havill Reid


ISBN: 9781411623439

Category: Poetry

Page: 132

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An anthology of verse in both modern and traditional styles by the prize-winning poet and artist, Margaret Havill Reid, including original artwork created especially for this edition.
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The Song of the Rose

'The March wind doth blow, so we cannot go,' quipped Hughes, flinging himself
on top of his bed in full flying regalia. 'Our new flight-commander says it's too
windy.' 'I love him,' Hedley said, relaxing from his efforts to finish dressing in the ...

Author: Colin Brown

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781783064359

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

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The Song of the Rose is a historical novel about the pioneer airmen of the Royal Flying Corps, set on the Western Front during the First World War. It's the story of fictional character Joe Graham, an educated working class lad who, having started his war in the trenches, first becomes an observer and then eventually a Sopwith Camel pilot during the period 1916 - 1918. The story is full of his adventures with real and imagined characters and encompasses the great battles of the Somme and Passchendaele as observed from the air. It also deals with the big questions around the conduct of the war, the unimaginable waste of millions of young lives and the unpredictable hand of Fate that took so many and spared so few.
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Song of the Wind and Waves

A poet tells a child the story of ancient Phoenicia, the first major sea trading empire, as Bal waits for his father to return from sea. Includes factual information about Syria, and ancient and modern merchants.

Author: Cecil Kim

Publisher: Big and SMALL

ISBN: 1921790946

Category: Syria

Page: 36

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Learn about Ancient Phoenicia, the first major sea trading empire, as Bal waits for his father to return from sea. Phoenician merchants sailed the seas trading with neighbouring nations, and making profits from their trade. This story shows what trading is and the role of merchants.
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Grab Hold of the Wind


Author: Emory B. Tinley

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781477160381

Category: Fiction

Page: 126

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I am currently retired from full-time work, but I am a freelance musician at this time. My early involvement into the art and culture groomed me for the involvement in writing this playbook. I have been a singer, actor, musician, songwriter, etc. I am an active senior citizen and the playbook has been my personal project. I wrote this playbook while I was working two jobs6 days and 5 nights weekly. Believe it or not, I wrote this back in 1972 and today it is very much still going on. I knew people involved whether young and old alike. I have seen the good and the bad. What I have written are the things that have gone on and still going on today, even more people involved from top to bottom. Parts of the playbook are realistic today because of others like me who are trying to reach out to save as many of our young people as possible. We are involved in youth programs so we have an edge in talking to them and to keep them aware of all the pitfalls. I hope to produce the play in our community with the youth group and others who may be interested. We want to let them know there is still hope and the younger people will have a big part to play while others like oversee their efforts. It wont be easy but we have to try to Grab Hold of the Wind.
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Song of the Jackalope

So, while the hard wind blew, Jumbo was only listening to the rumble of his
nearly empty stomach. The wind blew all day and most of that night, but as the
sun rose again, there was a change in the weather. A gentle, warmer wind came
in from ...

Author: Roy Campbell

Publisher: BookPros, LLC

ISBN: 193353804X

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 140

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Set in the picturesque landscape of the American southwest, the jackalope comes alive in this appealing story of young Molly and a series of surprising and revealing adventures. Handicapped by having one antler and ridiculed by the other jackalopes, Molly is aided through the intervention of the mysterious Grandal, who teaches her that the true source of strength is within.
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Wind Song

They spot or catch wind of us, and there could be trouble. Thank God they're
Crow and not Blackfoot, that's all I gotta say." "How in blazes can ... or cow now
and then, but it's better than a life." The young man's face sobered. "So 20 Wind


Publisher: Eternal Press

ISBN: 9780980458138

Category: Abduction


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In 1855, the Great Spirit sends Leota, a psychic Blackfoot woman, on a mission to convince Chief Lame Bull not to sign a treaty. If she fails, the white man's government will steal all that belongs to the Blackfeet Nation. Lawyer Marsh Pepperhorn comes west to join his family and finds them murdered, except for his mouthy nephew Tanner, who's bent on revenge. Chasing the killers into the Mountains of the Bear's Paw, Montana Territory, their paths cross Leota's. Although Marsh and Leota distrust each other on sight, they work together to save an injured Tanner's life. As they face hardships and challenges, an unlikely romance blossoms between them. When traders abduct Leota, Marsh must track them down and bring the men to justice -- or lose the woman he loves. A sweeping tale of a changing culture, survival, discovery, adventure, and romance -- Wind Song has it all.
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A collection of popular songs viz Of a the airts the wind can blaw c

A Collection of POPULAR SONGS : VIZ . Ofa'theairts the wind can blaw Tak your
auld cloak about ye . Wap your wealth thegither . Auld Langsyne . lo
EDINBURGH : Printed for the BookseMers in Town and Country , OF A ' THE

Author: Collection


ISBN: OXFORD:590247325


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