Baby Wren And The Great Gift

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Author by : Sally Lloyd-Jones
Languange Used : English
Release Date : 2016-04-05
Publisher by : Zonderkidz

Description :

The Baby Wren and the Great Gift, written by bestselling author Sally Lloyd-Jones and illustrated by Jen Corace, is a celebration of all the wonderful gifts God has given us. The tiny wren marvels at the incredible creatures around her, all the while wishing she had a special gift to share. As she takes in the beauty of the world around her, she discovers a unique talent that’s been inside her all along.

Ardrossan The Last Great Estate On The Philadelphia Main Line

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Author by : David Nelson Wren
Languange Used : English
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Publisher by : Bauer and Dean

Description :

  • A unique and fascinating chronicle of the construction and furnishing of an early 20th-century country house, vividly brought to life by letters from the family archive
  • Never-before-published drawings from Horace Trumbauer's architectural office, including the original and revised plans for all three floors, drawings of interior finishes and exterior details related to the main residence, as well as designs for other projects on the estate, including a never-built gate lodge, beautifully represented in Trumbauer's coloured rendering.
  • More than four hundred historic and newly commissioned images
A richly detailed history of the baronial splendor of the Philadelphia Main Line estate Ardrossan and of the Montgomery family who built it. Real-life American counterparts of the Granthams of Downton Abbey, the Montgomerys are best known as the family on which Philip Barry based his 1939 play, The Philadelphia Story, featuring Katharine Hepburn, who also starred in the later Hollywood film of the same name.

The Montgomerys entertained in the grand manner, hosting fox hunts and dinner dances. Guests included diplomat W. Averell Harriman; first lady Edith Roosevelt, Mrs. Montgomery's cousin; and famed vaudevillians the Duncan Sisters. At its height, the magnificent estate encompassed roughly 760 acres of rolling Pennsylvania hills. The Montgomerys' home, still owned by the family, stands as a glorious reminder of the halcyon days of the Gilded Age. The fifty-room Georgian-style manor house was designed in 1911 by Horace Trumbauer, one of America's foremost classical architects who designed the Elms in Newport, Rhode Island, for E. J. Berwind, and Whitemarsh Hall, Trumbauer's masterpiece built for the Stotesburys outside of Philadelphia. The first-floor rooms were decorated by the London-based firm of White, Allom & Company. Essentially unaltered since 1913, these rooms feature the family's art collection, including ancestral portraits by Thomas Sully and hunt scenes and landscapes on or near Ardrossan by Charles Morris Young. The book also chronicles the history of the family's commercial dairy and prized herd of Ayrshires.

This beautifully illustrated book features never-before-published architectural drawings from Trumbauer's office and interior photographs shot by Mattie E. Hewitt in the 1930s, as well as family snapshots and images by celebrated photographers Cecil Beaton and Toni Frissell commissioned by Vogue, Country Life, and Town & Country.


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Author by : Alice Longaker
Languange Used : English
Release Date :
Publisher by : Black Rose Writing

Description :

Wren’s gleeful mood at becoming lead in the summer musical crashes with the news of her mother’s diagnosis of advanced-stage Breast Cancer. While her mother focuses on healing, Wren is sent to spend the summer with her grandparents in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas.

Grandma and Grandpa live on an acreage of rural land. The not-so-typical grandparents are aging hippies with goats, chickens, and alpacas as companions. Wren finds that happiness comes with new friends, increased independence, and acres of woods to explore. She tries to discover what she wants to do when she is grown—an archaeologist, or ranger, perhaps a writer or a singer?

Without cell phone reception and internet access, Wren feels detached from those back home. Chiggers bite. Spiders lurk. An owl calls outside of Wren’s window. Sometimes Wren gets scared. Yet, even bleak sorrow and loss are no match for family, friendship, and laughter.

The Leader S Companion Insights On Leadership Through The Ages

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Author by : J. Thomas Wren
Languange Used : English
Release Date : 1995-08-01
Publisher by : Free Press

Description : This book serves as a guided introduction to the richly diverse perspectives on leadership throughout the ages and throughout the world.

Each of the selections, introduced by the editor, presents enlightening thoughts on a different aspect of leadership. Writings by Plato, Aristotle, Lao-tzu and others demonstrate that the challenges of leadership are as old as civilization. Machiavelli, Tolstoy, Ghandi, and W.E.B. Du Bois provide a wide range of insights into the eternal practice and problems of leadership. Modern masters of leadership such as James MacGregor Burns, John Kotter, and Warren Bennis join such leading practitioners as Max De Pree and Roger B. Smith in discussing contemporary issues in leadership theory and practice.

The Eagle The Wren Minedition Minibooks

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Author by : Jane Goodall
Languange Used : English
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Publisher by : minedition

Description :

Jane Goodall retells a beloved story from her own childhood—a fable that illustrates how we depend on each other for help and support throughout our lives


When the birds of the world squabble about who can fly the highest, the owl devises a contest to settle the question. As one by one various contestants drop out, only the eagle remains, soaring high above the earth. However, the wren, stowed away in the eagle’s feathers, suddenly appears and uses him as a launching pad to fly even higher. When they arrive back on the ground, the owl drives home the story’s moral of togetherness and teamwork. Goodall continues the theme in an afterword, explaining how “we all need an eagle” and sharing insights on those who have played that role in her own life. Reichstein’s illustrations of the winged creatures are meticulously crafted, and the timeless, sweeping expanse of blue sky along with the heavenwards-slanted text creates a soft visual echo of the story’s soaring motif.

Wren S Summer Day

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Author by : Matthew Stevens
Languange Used : English
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Publisher by : Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC

Description : Wren's Summer Day is a brightly illustrated and gently lyrical look at the natural life on an old farm. In this delightful children's book, a pair of wrens nest and nurture their young under the barn eaves at the farm. The wrens start their day caring for their hatchlings and hunting for food. When the sun hits its zenith, the farm animals pursue cool shelter and interact with pond life. It is a long, hot summer day and wildlife comes to the stream to drink. See how the birds, reptiles and mammals interact, sharing in the daily life of the farm. When a strong, windy thunderstorm evolves from the heat, the animals scurry to safety and the wrens rush to cover their nest. Following the storm, the brightening skies of nature's ever-changing cycle offer the promise of a new tomorrow. Matthew Stevens and his family live on a farm in New Hampshire. A former landscape designer, he is working on his next book. Wren's Summer Day was illustrated by Anna Goodale. Publisher's website:

Chirpy Blue Illustrated Children D Book About The Native Australian Bird The Splendid Fairy Wren

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Author by : Maxine Gadd
Languange Used : English
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Publisher by : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Description : Chirpy Blue is an illustrated children’s book about the native Australian bird, the Splendid Fairy-wren, predominantly found in Western Australia. Chirpy Blue tells the story of two birds - a male and a female, finding one another, and having a family. The two birds watch as their offspring grow and leave the nest. They experience sadness at this part of the offspring’s lifecycle, but they rejoice in starting another family, with more eggs, promising more baby birds, where the cycle will begin again. The book is breathtakingly illustrated, and would do extremely well in the tourist market, as well as in the domestic market.

Ten Blue Wrens And What A Lot Of Wattle

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Author by : Elizabeth Honey
Languange Used : English
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Publisher by : Allen & Unwin

Description :

A playful and original counting book that celebrates special things to love about Australia


Count the busy wrens on their fine stick legs,

the bowerbird’s treasures, his bottle tops and pegs.

Count the stems of wattle and the potaroos and pies,

and the lively farm dogs and the one hundred flies.

Count the fat strawberries on that lucious pavlova.

Quickly count the lamingtons before there’s none left over.

Children and adults will enjoy this friendly all-Australian counting book with playful rhyming text counting from "one little nipper" to "twelve kelpie legs" to "trillions of stars" and fireworks over Sydney Harbour Bridge. A warm-hearted book for little children learning to count, it also includes pies, potaroos, and ten blue wrens.

Fight For The Forgotten How A Mixed Martial Artist Stopped Fighting For Himself And Started Fighting For Others

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Author by : Justin Wren
Languange Used : English
Release Date : 2016-07-05
Publisher by : Howard Books

Description : From notable mixed martial artist and UFC fighter Justin Wren comes a personal account of faith, redemption, empowerment, and overwhelming love as one man sets out on an international mission to fight for those who can’t fight for themselves.

Justin knows what it feels like to be wronged. Bullied as a child, he dreamed of becoming a UFC fighter and used his anger as fuel to propel his dream into reality. But the pain from his childhood didn’t dissipate. Instead, Justin fell into a spiral of depression and addiction, leading him on a path toward destruction. Kicked out of his training community and with no other place to go, Justin agreed to attend a men’s retreat, and it was there he found God.

As Justin began piecing his life back together, he joined several international mission trips that opened his eyes and his heart to a world filled with suffering deep in the jungle of the Democratic Republic of Congo. There he met the Mbuti Pygmy tribe, a group of people persecuted by neighboring tribes and forced into slavery. His encounter with the Pygmy tribe left him wondering who was there to help them and in that moment Justin stepped out of the ring and into a fight for the forgotten.

From cage fighter to freedom fighter, Justin’s story is a deeply personal memoir with a bigger message about a quest, justice, and the amazing things that can happen when we relinquish our lives to God.

High School English Grammar And Composition

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Author by : P.C. Wren
Languange Used : English
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Publisher by : S Chand & Co Ltd

Description : It provides ample guidance and practice in sentence building, correct usage, comprehension, written composition and other allied areas so as to equip the student with the ability to communicate effectively in English.