This illustrated book and Jim Weiss's audio version make the perfect combination: kids learn language and vocabulary when they follow along with the text and illustrations while listening to the audio performance.
Author: Jim Weiss
Publisher: Jim Weiss Audio Collection
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Classic poems about nature, bravery, love, and the wild journeys of the imagination, performed by Jim Weiss and beautifully illustrated by Crystal Cregge. This Bundle includes the illustrated paperback book and the audio CD.
... 1934) Wednesday's Child (RKO, 1934) Off the Horses (Educational short, ... 1944) Hollywood Canteen (Warners, 1944) Shine on, Harvest Moon (Warners, ...
Author: Tom Weaver
Category: Performing Arts
Twenty-eight terrific interviews with some of the sharpest and most talkative stars and movie makers of the classic (and c-r-a-z-y!) SF and horror films of the past: Richard Matheson, Janet Leigh, Acquanetta, Hazel Court, Kim Hunter and others reminisce at length and with great good humor about their days on the sets of Psycho, Planet of the Apes, Superman; the Poe, Hammer and Lewton films, and exploitation greats like Attack of the 50 Foot Woman.
... 163; falling horses like drops in harvest image, 214; food of, 174; galloping horses like bent bamboo springing up, 175; horse of hero does not return, ...
Author: George L. Hart
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Two prominent translators present the first complete English-language edition of one of India's greatest works of classical literature: the Purananuru. This anthology of four hundred poems by more than 150 poets between the first and third centuries CE in old Tamil—the literary language of ancient Tamilnadu—was composed before Aryan influence had penetrated the south. It is thus a unique testament to pre-Aryan India. Beyond its importance for understanding the development of South Asia's history, culture, religion, and linguistics, the Purananuru is a great work of literature, reflecting accurately and profoundly the life of southern India 2,000 years ago. One of the few works of classical India that confronts life without the insulation of a philosophical facade and that makes no basic assumptions about karma and the afterlife, the Purananuru has universal appeal. It faces the world as a great and unsolved mystery, delving into living and dying, despair, love, poverty, and the changing nature of existence. To this hidden gem of world literature George L. Hart and Hank Heifetz add a helpful appendix, an annotated bibliography, and an excellent introduction describing the work and placing it in its social and historical context.
Dead servants ( in profusion ) , struggling horses , the coach upset , and the harvest moon , are depicted in the back ... In the foreground are grouped , the hero himself , a comic servant with a red nose and a fiddle , open trunk ...
Dead servants ( in profusion ) , struggling horses , the coach upset , and the harvest moon , are depicted in the back ... In the foreground are grouped , the hero himself , a comic servant with a red nose and a fiddle , an open trunk ...
Author: George John Whyte-MelvillePublish On: 1869
Dead servants ( in profusion ) , struggling horses , the coach upset , and the harvest moon , are depicted in the which ... In the foreground are grouped , the hero himself , a comic servant with a red nose and a fiddle , an open trunk ...
Short subject films have a long history in American cinemas. These could be anywhere from 2 to 40 minutes long and were used as a "filler" in a picture show that would include a cartoon, a newsreel, possibly a serial and a short before launching into the feature film. Shorts could tackle any topic of interest: an unusual travelogue, a comedy, musical revues, sports, nature or popular vaudeville acts. With the advent of sound-on-film in the mid-to-late 1920s, makers of earlier silent short subjects began experimenting with the short films, using them as a testing ground for the use of sound in feature movies. After the Second World War, and the rising popularity of television, short subject films became far too expensive to produce and they had mostly disappeared from the screens by the late 1950s. This encyclopedia offers comprehensive listings of American short subject films from the 1920s through the 1950s.
The hero's name was Bob not put out of the Council before it was Dragon , whose income , when alive , was said begun to ... The most curious trait of glorious harvest moon , far in her souththe Glasgow goblin horses , was that they went ...
Dead servants (in profusion;, struggling horses, the coach upset. and the harvest moon, are depicted in the back scene, ... In the foreground are grouped, the hero himself, a comic servant with a red nose and a fiddle, an open trunk, ...
Book 4: Serrano Legacy Elizabeth Moon ... Yes, we use horses on Altiplano, but where did you get the idea that they're all white?' “Oh,.
Author: Elizabeth Moon
Publisher: Hachette UK
Esmay Suiza, a very junior-grade lieutenant from a non-Fleet family, had surprised herself and everyone else by becoming the youngest and lowest-ranking member of Fleet ever to win a major battle. Finding herself the senior surviving officer in a mutiny against a treacherous captain, she'd had no choice - it was do or die. And she'd risen to the challenge with flying colours, saving Heris Serrano and her crew in the process. But instead of offering congratulations, Fleet are barraging her with awkward questions. And her actions, successful though they were, have landed her in the firing line of a court martial for treason . . . ONCE A HERO is the fourth volume of The Serrano Legacy, an action-packed science fiction series from an author who has 'established herself as one of the best-known and most acclaimed writers of SF adventure' (PUBLISHERS WEEKLY)
When the harvest-moon began to shine full and bright, lighting up the whole ... And the chiefest honors were everywhere paid to Siegfried the hero-king, ...
Author: James Baldwin
Publisher: 1st World Publishing
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Exciting accounts of Siegfried, the young man who rode through fire to awaken the lovely Brunhild from a deep sleep, and adventure-packed retellings of "The Curse of Gold," "Nibelungen Land," "The War with the North-Kings" and sixteen other timeless tales, transport young readers to a captivating world of dragons, giants, and gods.
There weren't the people or machines around to harvest the grain. But then, there weren't as many animals to eat it either. It did give our horses a change ...
Author: Rick Shelley
Publisher: Jabberwocky Literary Agency, Inc.
When seven moons rise, the world will end. So the prophecy says, and so it is being carried out. In the magical world of Varay, more and more moons rise. On Earth, nuclear war lays the planet to waste. Gil Tyner, Hero of Varay, must make common cause with his sworn enemy, the Elflord, to avert the end of everything. As the boundaries between Earth and the realm of magic begin to blur, Gil must brave dangers in both worlds, until he finally stands against an entity so mighty that their battle will either avert Armageddon, or destroy everything we’ve ever known.
Oh, what excitement this evening would harvest with the surprise party for ... Alan had been riding various horses at some boarding stables for people who ...
Author: J. Laura Chandler
Publisher: LifeRich Publishing
Belle can never outrun her guilt. One irrational act when her emotions were at their most vulnerable has placed her on a collision course with not only the law and the lives of strangers but the hearts of those she loved. Belle realizes her old life has to be placed in the past and her new life lived in total dependence upon God one day at a time or she will ruin the life of her child. She would die for this child, so why shouldnt she live for him? She struggles to protect their privacy when recognition and publicity promote her son as a child star. He becomes known as the Ghost Rider on national rodeo circuits. As Belles life evolves and meshes with a new husband and a daughter of their own, the battles in her head torment her until that dreaded day when her son forces her to face the truth of the past, a past that will release him to choose a new life. From the dark alleys of drugs and crime to the boardrooms of business moguls, you will catch a glimpse of Gods sovereignty and his thread of mercy and grace woven throughout the characters you will come to love.
Tara jumped, but then she saw four horses and a mule, standing patiently with ... The moon will have gone down by the time we get that far but if we're to ...
Author: Elizabeth Laird
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Kiss the Dust by Elizabeth Laird is an unforgettable, award-winning novel of conflict, persecution and the hardships faced by refugees. Tara is an ordinary teenager. Although her country, Kurdistan, is caught up in a war, the fighting seems far away. It hasn't really touched her. Until now. The secret police are closing in. Tara and her family must flee to the mountains with only the few things they can carry. It is a hard and dangerous journey - but their struggles have only just begun. Will anywhere feel like home again?
The phrasing is again effective: the moon 'wrestles against her' ... is enhanced by the metaphorical 'horses' of the sun being put away in darkness.
Author: John Godwin
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Literary Criticism
This is the OCR-endorsed publication from Bloomsbury for the Latin A-Level (Group 4) prescription of Ovid's Heroides, giving full Latin text, commentary and vocabulary for Heroides VI, lines 1–100 and 127–64, and X, lines 1–76 and 119–50. A detailed introduction covers the prescribed text to be read in English, placing the poems in their Roman literary context. The heroines of the Heroides are women in love who can do nothing but write sad verse letters to their faithless lovers across the sea. They tell their stories and express their feelings in poetry of great power and psychological subtlety. Hypsipyle (in VI) and Ariadne (in X) are feminists before feminism, royal ladies who are slaves to their passion – these women are given a voice by Ovid in poetry which is at once simple and sophisticated, heartfelt and yet also full of irony and literary resonance.
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