The Salazar family was an honest and humble family which only sought to get ahead in life through hard work, but their world took a complete turn when a grave accident took place. The story revolves around the family's struggle to survive, with the help of a little animal that unexpectedly warmed their hearts and gave them back their smile. Filled with lovable characters, this book will make you cry with both sadness and joy as it teaches a lesson of what really matters most in life. This simple story was written with love to inspire the young and give joy to the young at heart.
With a troubled past, Jonah Fontenot was on his own at an early age. Forced to quickly adapt, he became what he is today. Lessons is a collection of love and reality of Jonah Fontenot as he faced through hardship and past experiences.
Breeding Ground for Corruption is a challenging text in which many case examples of police corruption are paired with contemporary research. Garrison's knowledge of how police corruption disintegrates careers; she incorporates numerous statistics to provide a foundation for a police corruption theory. The theory - Garrison's Deviance Conformity Theory addresses leading denominators in police corruption. This book is a poignant look into the mental health issues and real-time police corruption cases that follow officer's across the United States.
When Amanda Muse started junior high in a new school far from home, she met Mildred Riley. Mildred was a known bully who targeted Amanda from day one. This is a story of how a freak accident made a bully and her victim become the best of friends.
Designs to study, color and mount are accompanied by discussions of significance and style. Major designs are printed on one side of paper only and can be detached for painting or application of other coloring media. Instructions are given for simulating stained glass windows. Including a map of the location of the historic houses of worship is provided with suggestions for walking tours. Hints for successfully photographing stained glass windows are included.
This is Randy Donais' first biography and is proud and humbled that it be about the life of Kenosha's Joyce Westerman.
Donais, 61, was in the newspaper business, most of them with the Kenosha News, for 30 years. He is also the author of "Change For The Bettor" and "Soul Searcher," both available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Frank Maresca is a college graduate who was honorably discharged after spending 3 years in service during World War II. After 40 years of service, he decided to retire and joined a veteran's chapter. He was awarded the Legion of Honor by France which is the highest honor bestowed by the French Government with the title "Chevalier." Besides his military background, his career involves spending time writing analytical reports. He had also spoke to high school students about World War II, the "Greatest Generation," and freedom. He has been married then widowed.
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