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.
Ernie Tolin began his Forest Service career working as a labor II air service manager at the Chino airport in California. He moved on to a 40,000 acre helicopter seeding project on the San Dimas Experimental Forest. From there, he was transferred to the new Forest Fire Laboratory in Riverside California. There, he would work on fire research projects, fight fires and eventually, he would learn how to program computers. Ernie wrote an automated Fire Dispatch program and a computer mapping system that would allow researchers to simulate Forest fires and fire spread models. Ernie was transferred to Washington DC where he helped build the USDA Fort Collins Computer Center. He was named as one of the Chiefs technical advisors for the Forest Service remote sensing project located at the Huston Space Flight Center. He was named as the Director of Information Management. In 1979, Ernie became the Director of Computer Science and Telecommunications for the Forest Service California Region. There he implemented computer systems on all of the Regions National Forest and Ranger Districts. In 1987 The Federated States of Micronesia requested Ernie39;s assistance in the area of communications systems. A major achievement was the building of a emergency radio station on the Island of Guam for the Forestry Department and Fish and Wildlife Service.
The stories in this collection are experiences that Floyd Frank met with in the years during which he was free to explore his own limitations and nature's unlimited gifts. The thread that connects these stories is similar to that thread which connects the seemingly random items at any yard sale. Hence the title. You will surely find something here that interests you.
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