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The Outskirts Of Hope

Pub Date : 2015-04-07 | Author : Jo Ivester | Publisher : She Writes Press

ISBN 10 : 9781631529658
ISBN 13 : 163152965X

In 1967, when Jo Ivester was ten years old, her father transplanted his young family from a suburb of Boston to a small town in the heart of the Mississippi cotton fields, where he..


The Outskirts Of Hope

Pub Date : 2015-04-07 | Author : Jo Ivester | Publisher :

ISBN 10 : 1631529641
ISBN 13 : 9781631529641

A moving, inspirational memoir about how living and working in an all-black town during the height of the civil rights movement profoundly affected the author's entire family—and..


The City Of Hope

Pub Date : 1998-01-01 | Author : L. C. Jain | Publisher : Concept Publishing Company

ISBN 10 : 8170227488
ISBN 13 : 9788170227489

Two Years After They Had Been Reseltted In Faridabad The 50,000 Refugees From Pakistan Were Driven To Near- Destitution When The Rehabilitation Ministry With Drew Relief Without Fi..


A Miracle Of Hope

Pub Date : 2014-01-07 | Author : Ruth Reid | Publisher : Thomas Nelson

ISBN 10 : 9781401688325
ISBN 13 : 1401688322

SheÆs heard about forgiveness all her life, but how far does GodÆs mercy truly reach? Lindie Wyse thinks an arranged marriage is the only way to preserve a future for herself and..


The Bookmaker

Pub Date : 2009-10-06 | Author : Michael J. Agovino | Publisher : Harper Collins

ISBN 10 : 9780061982804
ISBN 13 : 0061982806

Marking the debut of a gifted new writer, The Bookmaker teems with humanity, empathy, humor, and insight. At the heart of Michael J. Agovino's powerful, layered memoir is his famil..


On The Outskirts Of Normal

Pub Date : 2012-12-01 | Author : Debra Monroe | Publisher : Engine Books

ISBN 10 : 9780983547747
ISBN 13 : 0983547742

A white single mother adopts a black child in south Texas and learns what it means to build a family...


Bipolar No More

Pub Date : 2008-09 | Author : Michelle J. Holtby | Publisher :

ISBN 10 : 1432731386
ISBN 13 : 9781432731380

Memoir of a blessing disguised as a tragedy. More than two million Americans have bipolar disorder. In her memoir, Michelle Holtby tells how the illness ruined-and saved-her life. ..