Aram Pachyan. ARAM PACHYAN GOODBYE BIRD GLAGOSLAV A NOVEL GOODBYE, BIRD ARAM PACHYAN. Front Cover.
Author: Aram Pachyan
Publisher: Glagoslav Publications
For a twenty-eight-year-old young man who returned from the army several years ago but has yet to reacclimatize to ordinary life, every step, gesture, word, and vision is a revelation, which takes him back to the beginning, to a time when reality had lost its shape, and turned into a new and imperceptible world. In his imagination, he embodies a number of different characters, he feels the presence of his girlfriend again, and remembers friends from his childhood and from the army, who are now gone. This is a book of questions, and the answers to these questions are to be found by the reader. The novel is like a puzzle which needs to be pieced together, and the picture is not complete until the last piece is in place, until the last word of the book has been read. Translated from the Armenian by Nairi Hakhverdi.
Hello, hippo! goodbye, bird! / by Kristyn Crow ; [illustrated by Poly Bernatene]. — First edition. pages cm. Summary: A hippo and a bird become unlikely friends. TradeISBN9780553509908—EbookISBN9780553509922 1.
Author: Kristyn Crow
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Category: Juvenile Fiction
A hilarious picture book about a grumpy hippo, a persistent bird, and a delightful friendship! Bird wants to be Hippo’s friend! Hippo wants to be left alone. Bird makes a great hat for Hippo. He tells hilarious hippo jokes. He keeps the bugs away (can you say lunch!?). Hippo wants Bird to GO AWAY. But then the sky gets darker. And darker. Thunder crashes all around. Maybe Hippo could use a friend?
Maybe a splashier bird bath than our old brown one. Is it climate change? Migration shift? Earth wobble? What's the delay? Tune your beaks. Open those gorgeous golden throats. Make music on the bandstand of dawn.
Author: EMILIE GRIFFIN
Emilie Griffin's new collection of poems invites us to share her journey "through the grassland of unknowing." Her hope is for wisdom to flow, for moments of delight, for deeper understandings of joy and sorrow. Here and there readers will find a touch of her characteristic humor, and always, gratefulness. These poems are brief meditations, the fruit of a long life of unexpected challenge and surprise.
Bird turned to wish Barguff goodbye when there was an almighty beating of wings accompanied by a loud screeching. The last thing he saw was a small red cap and a blue coat riding away on an obviously very disgruntled seagull flying away ...
Author: Jeff Mills
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd
Kadavera, the witch, was dead. This should mean a celebration, but for nine-year-old Hugo, his schoolmate, Emma and their strange magical friend, Bird, it is the start of another dangerous adventure. Her death has precipitated the regeneration of not just one but both of her sister witches – and they are both far worse than she ever was.
“I still love you, Lyndon, I want to say it over and over, goodnight, not goodbye, Bird.” By now, she was willing to go to almost any lengths not to lose someone she thought she loved. All marriages are based to some degree on the fear ...
Author: Jan Jarboe Russell
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A revealing biography of Lady Bird Johnson with startling new insights into her marriage to Lyndon Baines Johnson and her unexpectedly strong impact on his presidency. Long obscured by her husband's shadow, Claudia "Lady Bird" Johnson emerges in this first comprehensive biography as a figure of surprising influence and the centering force for LBJ, a man who suffered from extreme mood swings and desperately needed someone to help control his darker impulses. Expertly researched and written, Lady Bird draws from rare conversations with the former First Lady and from interviews with key members of Johnson's inner circle of friends, family, and advisers. With chapters such as "Motherless Child," "A Ten-Week Affair," and "LBJ's Midlife Crisis," Lady Bird sheds new light on Mrs. Johnson's childhood, on her amazing acumen as a businesswoman, and on the central role she played in her husband's life and political career. A vital link to the Kennedys during LBJ's uneasy tenure as vice president and a voice of conscience on civil rights, Lady Bird is portrayed here as a political force, strikingly different from the somewhat minor figure depicted in previous works on LBJ. Especially fascinating today, in light of the enormous attention now focused on the private lives of our leaders, are the personal details about her marriage to a man whose extramarital affairs were widely discussed. In this intimate portrait, Russell shows us the private Lady Bird -- not only a passionate conservationist but a remarkable woman who greatly influenced her husband, his administration, and the country.
“Goodbye.” “I love you, too.” Her throat was constricted, and her heart felt full of lead. “Goodbye.” Bird left the room. She walked along the hall and down the stairs. She wandered through the lobby and out the front door.
Author: Shelley Peterson
Category: Young Adult Fiction
The horse show world is thrown into panic by a spree of cruel acts, and horses are placed in peril. Bird ̓s unique abilities lead her to team up with an undercover officer to catch the perpetrators. But while she races to unravel the mystery, hints about her own past are surfacing, leaving Bird feeling more lost than ever.
'Goodbye, bird?' I suggest. He nods. 'Goodbye, bird. Thank you for coming. And good luck.' He scoops mud over it, but leaves the head uncovered, as if the bird might like to take a last look around. What about the maggots?" he says.
Author: Jenny Downham
Publisher: Random House
Category: Young Adult Fiction
Tessa has just a few months to live. So she compiles her bucket list, her To Do Before I Die list. Number one is sex. Released from the constraints of 'normal' life, Tessa tastes new experiences to make her feel alive while her failing body struggles to keep up. Heartbreaking yet astonishingly life-affirming, Before I Die will take you to the very edge.
“Oh,” said Bird. “How silly we've been.” “We're not brothers at all,” said Crocodile. “I suppose we have to say goodbye,” said Bird. “Goodbye,” said Crocodile. Crocodile swam off to be with the crocodiles. Bird flew off to be with the ...
Author: Alexis Deacon
Publisher: Random House
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Side by side on the sand sat two eggs. With a crack and a rip, the brothers hatch, and out comes a bird and a ... crocodile! But they can't be brothers - can they?
Author: Library of Congress. Copyright OfficePublish On: 1975
Goodbye , my love . EU458684 . EU486101 . EU495723 . Good bye , my son . EU480692 . Goodbye , old friend . EU488411 . Goodbye one and all . EFO - 170308 . Goodbye , people . EU48035i . Goodbye , pretty bird . EU495306 .
For on that fateful day Derrick Bird would also call time on his own life, finally turning the gun, which had killed and maimed so many, on himself.And now it was time for his own family to say goodbye to him. They had kept the time and ...
Author: Clare Leigh
Publisher: Kings Road Publishing
Category: True Crime
On June 2, 2010 Derrick Bird, a 52 year-old Cumbrian cab driver, went on a killing spree, shooting dead 12 people and injuring 11 more. His motivation is still unclear; an argument with colleagues, a family feud, and a previous assault are all said to have possibly tipped the divorced grandfather and father over the edge. Beginning in the early hours of Wednesday morning with the murder of his twin brother David and the family solicitor, Kevin Commons, Derrick then drove to Whitehaven, opening fire at 10:35am and killing two of his colleagues. He then went on a rampage through the villages of Egremont, Gosforth, and Seascale, shooting indiscriminately at passers-by. He ended his frenzied attacks in Boot, abandoning his car and setting off alone and on foot into the woodlands where he took his own life at 1:25pm. As the ambulance service took over 50 emergency calls in three-and-a-half hours, police told people to lock their doors and stay inside. Shops, pubs, banks, and supermarkets pulled strangers off the street to give them shelter. A "quiet lad who had no luck with lasses’, no one will really know what drove Derrick Bird to kill, but the consequences of his actions will remain for years to come as families, friends, and an entire nation come to turns with what he did on an ordinary June morning.