A House is Built

A House is Built

Author: M. Barnard Eldershaw

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015059403850

Category: Families

Page: 395

View: 473

Categories: Families

A House Built on Love

A House Built on Love

Hope into Action, a charity founded by Ed Walker has a vision – of the church at the forefront of the fight against homelessness.

Author: ED WALKER

Publisher: SPCK

ISBN: 9780281081202

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 226

View: 529

Hope into Action, a charity founded by Ed Walker has a vision – of the church at the forefront of the fight against homelessness. Since 2010 it has worked in partnership with churches to supply homes, support, friendship and love for the homeless and marginalized, earning the Guardian’s Public Service Award in 2017 and an award from the Centre for Social Justice. Here, Ed tells his story of faith and struggle as he and his wife Rachel stepped out in faith, developed a new theology of sharing and saw both tragic and wonderful outcomes. Visionary, inspiring and touching, Ed’s experiences show how we can meet and grow in Christ as we interact with those in the shadows and those hidden in darkness.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

A House Built on Sand

A House Built on Sand

Author: Helen Lackner

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015004670256

Category: Arabia Saudita - Condiciones económicas

Page: 224

View: 314

Categories: Arabia Saudita - Condiciones económicas

A House Built on Sand

A House Built on Sand

Their target is shoddy scholarship. Comprising new essays by distinguished scholars of history, philosophy, and science (including Sokal himself), this book raises a lively debate to a new level of seriousness.

Author: Noretta Koertge

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0198027761

Category: Science

Page: 336

View: 395

Cultural critics say that "science is politics by other means," arguing that the results of scientific inquiry are profoundly shaped by the ideological agendas of powerful elites. They base their claims on historical case studies purporting to show the systematic intrusion of sexist, racist, capitalist, colonialist and/or professional interests into the very content of science. Physicist Alan Sokal recently poked fun at these claims by foisting a sly parody of the genre on the unwitting editors of the cultural studies journal Social Text touching off a still unabated torrent of editorials, articles, and heated classroom and Internet discussion. This hard-hitting collection picks up where Sokal left off. The essayists offer crisp and detailed critiques of case studies offered by the cultural critics as evidence that scientific results tell us more about social context than they do about the natural world. Pulling no punches, they identify numerous crude factual blunders (e.g. that Newton never performed any experiments) and egregious errors of emission, such as the attempt to explain the slow development of fluid dynamics solely in terms of gender bias. Where there are positive aspects of a flawed account, or something to be learned from it, they do not hesitate to say so. Their target is shoddy scholarship. Comprising new essays by distinguished scholars of history, philosophy, and science (including Sokal himself), this book raises a lively debate to a new level of seriousness.
Categories: Science

A House Is Built for Eeyore

A House Is Built for Eeyore

This charming story first appeared in A. A.Milne's The House at Pooh Corner, accompanied by E. H. Shepard's original illustrations.

Author: A. A. Milne

Publisher:

ISBN: 1405286628

Category:

Page: 48

View: 807

One snowy day Pooh and Piglet decide to build a house for Eeyore. But Eeyore already has a house, and now he's very puzzled because it seems to have disappeared. This story first appeared in A. A.Milne's The House at Pooh Corner, accompanied by E. H. Shepard's original illustrations. Milne's classic children's stories - featuring Piglet, Eeyore and, of course, Pooh himself - are both heart-warming and funny, teaching lessons of friendship and reflecting the power of a child's imagination like no other story before or since. Whether you're 5 or 55, Pooh is the bear for all ages.
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How A House Is Built

How A House Is Built

With 3D Construction Models Dennis Fukai. 3D HOUSE BUILT Construction
Models DENNIS FUKAI HOUSE BUILT 3D How a is with The book How a House
is Built: with 3D Construction.

Author: Dennis Fukai

Publisher: Insitebuilders

ISBN: 9780976274148

Category: Building

Page: 162

View: 371

This is a "how-to" book on the construction of a small, simple and sustainable house. The book uses detailed illustrations, captioned text, short videos, and 3D models to walk the reader through eight distinct phases of construction. Readers are also encouraged to build 3D construction models for their own projects. Each chapter ends with a "Hands-On" section with how-to tutorials that include navigating through a design model, excavating a model base, assembling a foundation wall, fabricating and erecting framing members, extruding 3D objects from 2D details, and running pipes and wires through the walls and ceiling.
Categories: Building

If I Built a House

If I Built a House

Chris Van Dusen's vibrant illustrations marry retro appeal with futuristic style as he, once again, gives readers a delightfully rhyming text that absolutely begs to be read aloud.

Author: Chris Van Dusen

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101652756

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 391

The much-anticipated follow-up to the E. B. White Award-winning picture book If I Built a Car In If I Built a Car, imaginative Jack dreamed up a whimsical fantasy ride that could do just about anything. Now he's back and ready to build the house of his dreams, complete with a racetrack, flying room, and gigantic slide. Jack's limitless creativity and infectious enthusiasm will inspire budding young inventors to imagine their own fantastical designs. Chris Van Dusen's vibrant illustrations marry retro appeal with futuristic style as he, once again, gives readers a delightfully rhyming text that absolutely begs to be read aloud.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

House Built on Ashes

House Built on Ashes

But there is no easy passage into this brighter future. Poignant and lyrical, House Built on Ashes contemplates the promises, limitations, and contradictions of the American Dream.

Author: José Antonio Rodríguez

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 9780806158754

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 208

View: 850

The year is 2009, and José Antonio Rodríguez, a doctoral student at Binghamton University in upstate New York, is packing his suitcase, getting ready to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with his parents in South Texas. He soon learns from his father that a drug cartel has overtaken the Mexican border village where he was born. Now, because of the violence there, he won’t be able to visit his early-childhood home. Instead, his memories will have to take him back. Thus, Rodríguez begins a meditative journey into the past. Through a series of vignettes, he mines the details of a childhood and adolescence fraught with deprivation but offset by moments of tenderness and beauty. Suddenly he is four years old again, and his mother is feeding him raw sugarcane for the first time. With the sweetness still on his tongue, he runs to a field, where he falls asleep under a glowing pink sky. The conditions of rural poverty prove too much for his family to bear, and Rodríguez moves with his mother and three of his nine siblings across the border to McAllen, Texas. Now a resident of the “other side,” Rodríguez experiences the luxury of indoor toilets and gazes at television commercials promising more food than he has ever seen. But there is no easy passage into this brighter future. Poignant and lyrical, House Built on Ashes contemplates the promises, limitations, and contradictions of the American Dream. Even as it tells a deeply personal story, it evokes larger political, cultural, and social realities. It speaks to what America is and what it is not. It speaks to a world of hunger, prejudice, and far too many boundaries. But it speaks, as well, to the redemptive power of beauty and its life-sustaining gift of hope.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The House You Build

The House You Build

Presents a variety of architectural housing projects, providing home sites and floor plans and tips on choosing materials to maximize value while minimizing the cost.

Author: Duo Dickinson

Publisher: Taunton

ISBN: 1561586161

Category: House & Home

Page: 202

View: 400

Presents a variety of architectural housing projects, providing home sites and floor plans and tips on choosing materials to maximize value while minimizing the cost.
Categories: House & Home

The House That Adna Built

The House That Adna Built

A look at the daily life of a family in Grenada.

Author: Hélène Tremblay

Publisher: Portage & Main Press

ISBN: 1894110110

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 230

A look at the daily life of a family in Grenada.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Habitat for Humanity how to Build a House

Habitat for Humanity  how to Build a House

Master builder Larry Haun brings you this complete, step-by-step guide to building a house.

Author: Larry Haun

Publisher: Taunton Press

ISBN: 1561585327

Category: House & Home

Page: 282

View: 327

Master builder Larry Haun brings you this complete, step-by-step guide to building a house.
Categories: House & Home

The House That Drac Built

The House That Drac Built

In this Halloween version of a familiar cumulative rhyme, the inhabitants of a haunted house get increasingly agitated until a group of children sets things right.

Author: Judy Sierra

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 0152018794

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 911

In this Halloween version of a familiar cumulative rhyme, the inhabitants of a haunted house get increasingly agitated until a group of children sets things right.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

The Owner Built Log House

The Owner Built Log House

A step-by-step guide to building a log house.

Author: B. Allan Mackie

Publisher: Firefly Books

ISBN: 1552975487

Category: House & Home

Page: 232

View: 908

A step-by-step guide to building a log house.
Categories: House & Home

The House That Math Built

The House That Math Built

Shows the importance of early math skills through original stories, poems, riddles, games, and hands-on activities.

Author:

Publisher: Time Life Education

ISBN: 080949986X

Category: Mathematics

Page: 63

View: 572

Shows the importance of early math skills through original stories, poems, riddles, games, and hands-on activities.
Categories: Mathematics

The House the Rockefellers Built

The House the Rockefellers Built

degree in combining formality with looser, more picturesque elements, especially
as one moves down the hill, away from the house. As he managed it, too, the
union between the two styles is virtually seamless, a tribute to his skill, and one
that ...

Author: Robert F. Dalzell

Publisher: Henry Holt and Company

ISBN: 9781466851665

Category: Architecture

Page: 352

View: 186

What it was like to be as rich as Rockefeller: How a house gave shape and meaning to three generations of an iconic American family One hundred years ago America's richest man established a dynastic seat, the granite-clad Kykuit, high above the Hudson River. Though George Vanderbilt's 255-room Biltmore had recently put the American country house on the money map, John D. Rockefeller, who detested ostentation, had something simple in mind—at least until his son John Jr. and his charming wife, Abby, injected a spirit of noblesse oblige into the equation. Built to honor the senior Rockefeller, the house would also become the place above all others that anchored the family's memories. There could never be a better picture of the Rockefellers and their ambitions for the enormous fortune Senior had settled upon them. The authors take us inside the house and the family to observe a century of building and rebuilding—the ebb and flow of events and family feelings, the architecture and furnishings, the art and the gardens. A complex saga, The House the Rockefellers Built is alive with surprising twists and turns that reveal the tastes of a large family often sharply at odds with one another about the fortune the house symbolized.
Categories: Architecture

Rise How a House Built a Family

Rise  How a House Built a Family

If you were inspired by Wild and Eat, Pray, Love, you’ll love this extraordinary true story of a woman taking the greatest risk of her life in order to heal from the unthinkable.

Author: Cara Brookins

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 9781250095671

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

View: 498

If you were inspired by Wild and Eat, Pray, Love, you’ll love this extraordinary true story of a woman taking the greatest risk of her life in order to heal from the unthinkable. After escaping an abusive marriage, Cara Brookins had four children to provide for and no one to turn to but herself. In desperate need of a home but without the means to buy one, she did something incredible. Equipped only with YouTube instructional videos, a small bank loan and a mile-wide stubborn streak, Cara built her own house from the foundation up with a work crew made up of her four children. It would be the hardest thing she had ever done. With no experience nailing together anything bigger than a bookshelf, she and her kids poured concrete, framed the walls and laid bricks for their two story, five bedroom house. She had convinced herself that if they could build a house, they could rebuild their broken family. This must-read memoir traces one family’s rise from battered victims to stronger, better versions of themselves, all through one extraordinary do-it-yourself project.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The House That Lou Built

The House That Lou Built

"If this book were a house, the rooms would be filled with warmth, family, and friendship.

Author: Mae Respicio

Publisher: Wendy Lamb Books

ISBN: 9781524717964

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 240

View: 509

A coming-of-age story that explores culture and family, forgiveness and friendship, and what makes a true home. Perfect for fans of Wendy Mass and Joan Bauer. Lou Bulosan-Nelson has the ultimate summer DIY project. She's going to build her own "tiny house," 100 square feet all her own. She shares a room with her mom in her grandmother's house, and longs for a place where she can escape her crazy but lovable extended Filipino family. Lou enjoys her woodshop class and creating projects, and she plans to build the house on land she inherited from her dad, who died before she was born. But then she finds out that the land may not be hers for much longer. Lou discovers it's not easy to save her land, or to build a house. But she won't give up; with the help of friends and relatives, her dream begins to take shape, and she learns the deeper meaning of home and family. "If this book were a house, the rooms would be filled with warmth, family, and friendship." --Erin Entrada Kelly, author of the Newbery Medal winner Hello, Universe; The Land of Forgotten Girls; and Blackbird Fly "Equal parts girl-heart, muscle and know-how for today's reader. Endearing to the end." --Rita Williams-Garcia, Newbery-Honor-and-Coretta-Scott King -Award-winning author of the National Book Award Finalist Clayton Byrd Goes Underground "Warm, funny and affirming. As we get to know Lou, her extended Filipino family, and friends, the door opens into her life and, ultimately, her home." --Lisa Yee, author of the Millicent Min trilogy, The Kidney Hypothetical, the DC Super Hero Girls series, and other books "There couldn't be a hero more determined, resourceful or lovable than Lucinda Bulosan-Nelson. Her big dream of a tiny house is irresistible." --Tricia Springstubb, author of Every Single Second, What Happened on Fox Street, Moonpenny Island, and the Cody series "I fell in love with Lou and her wonderful extended family. This story may be about a tiny house, but it has an enormous heart." --Kate Messner, author of The Exact Location of Home
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Faith Crisis

Faith Crisis

HOUSE. THAT. GRACE. BUILT. Salvation. is like a house built beside a broad
and busy highway. Like everyone else, I was born on that highwayand was
spending my life following it to its destination. At first the trip had been exciting
and ...

Author: Ron Dunn

Publisher: David C Cook

ISBN: 9780781444972

Category: Religion

Page: 227

View: 653

Explains how real faith never fails to open the door and achieve its goal, helping well-meaning Christians, who confuse the key of faith with keys that bear a remarkable similarity to faith, understand the real thing and master the art of living by faith. Original. 10,000 first printing.
Categories: Religion