This eloquent and gripping addition to the Camelot canon -- written in beautiful verse -- has received glowing, starred reviews and early awards buzz!
Author: Lisa Sandell
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Category: Juvenile Fiction
This eloquent and gripping addition to the Camelot canon -- written in beautiful verse -- has received glowing, starred reviews and early awards buzz! Since the days of King Arthur, there have been poems and paintings created in her name. She is Elaine of Ascolat, the Lady of Shalott, and now there is a book all her own. The year is 490 A.D. and 16-year-old Elaine has a temperament to match her fiery red hair. Living on a military base with her father, brothers, and the rest of Arthur's army, Elaine pines for the handsome Lancelot, and longs for a female friend. But when the cruel, beautiful Gwynivere arrives, Elaine is confronted with startling emotions of jealousy and rivalry. Can Elaine find the strength to survive the birth of a kingdom?
This new Song of the Sparrow tries to sing on like an aging bird whose voice is less insistent, less knowing, a bit intermittent, but still reaching for a full-throated song. —From the Introduction Thirty years after his groundbreaking ...
Author: Murray Bodo
Publisher: Franciscan Media
I hope these words are still sparrow-song, more ragged at the edges, perhaps, but filled with gratitude. This new Song of the Sparrow tries to sing on like an aging bird whose voice is less insistent, less knowing, a bit intermittent, but still reaching for a full-throated song. —From the Introduction Thirty years after his groundbreaking and popular Song of the Sparrow, Murray Bodo revisits this prayer journal. With new insights and a seasoned perspective, he highlights the spiritual path for those new to it and those who, like him, are always rediscovering it. His musings, meditations and messages are a font of inspiration for those seeking new ways to pray.
The song sparrow , though not a colorful bird , has twenty - one different calls and songs . The main call is a nasal “ chimp . ” We have heard the lovely ...
Author: Pamela Kern
Publisher: Danforth Book Distribution
The Song of the Sparrow takes us into the identification and basic care of our backyard friends and then goes beyond. Find out how to keep them happy and returning to your yard. Learn to listen to them and hear what they are telling you. Birds are God's messengers to mankind. They are in the Bible, carrying His words to us. And they are with us everyday, reminding us that just as God sees and loves the little sparrow so, too, does He see and love each one of us. The Song of the Sparrow was born out of Pamela Kern's personal experience with a special bird visitation in her backyard. Soon she heard of others who had also been so blessed. She has gathered these stories and more so you, too, can hear the birds sing!
Author: Carmen Brady-BronstonPublish On: 2017-03-28
“Song sparrows,” he responded, turning to look. Taking a few steps forward, he lifted his camera and shot several pictures. Ten minutes had passed there on ...
Author: Carmen Brady-Bronston
Publisher: WestBow Press
Call of the Song Sparrow is a novel both genuine and captivating in its storytelling as its delicate portrayal of the familial ties that bind parents, children and siblings is cast against the backdrop of a scandalous family secret. The story centers around Ida Mabry and her thirty-nine-year-old illegitimate daughter, Tia, whom she abandoned at birth on the doorstep of her paternal grandparents' home in Oakland, California. Ida, who is white had Tia at 17; Tia, who is bi-racial and half black, was born in 1975 at a time when U.S. race relations were still rather tumultuous. The story begins in 2014 with Tia and Ida meeting for the first time in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ida has never divulged anything to her husband and two grown sons about Tia or her past and does not plan to do so even after establishing a relationship with her daughter, but when a series of unlikely events threaten to unsettle Idas long-held secret, she is forced to lay everything on the line.
In 1904, American naturalist Ferdinand Schuyler Mathews wrote that he heard a song sparrow perform “La donna è mobile” from Verdi's hit opera Rigoletto, ...
Author: Rachel Mundy
Publisher: Wesleyan University Press
Over the past century and a half, the voices and bodies of animals have been used by scientists and music experts as a benchmark for measures of natural difference. Animal Musicalities traces music’s taxonomies from Darwin to digital bird guides to show how animal song has become the starting point for enduring evaluations of species, races, and cultures. By examining the influential efforts made by a small group of men and women to define human diversity in relation to animal voices, this book raises profound questions about the creation of modern human identity, and the foundations of modern humanism.
This is the story of Tsip a little female sparrow .
Author: Revathi Selwyn
Publisher: Partridge Publishing
This is the story of Tsip a little female sparrow . Tsip , is rejected as a fledgling ,after an accidental fall from the nest and is saved by the Bakers daughter .Granma sparrow takes Tsip into her nest , she grows up with the other little sparrows ,Pip ,Puff ,Hob ,Aloe and Pisum . Tsip plays with acorn Tops , Palm carts ,Fruit games and hops around schools along with Pip ,Puff and Hob .One day ,Tsip is forcibly taken back to her parents nest and decides to fly away .On her way back to Granmas nest ,Tsip gets lost and is saved by Gab who is from a different tribe of sparrows . Gab drops her back at Sparrow colony ,Tsip is heart broken and is comforted by Bead. Tsip finds a Wonder Seed that glows. Tsip ,the ordinary little sparrow forgets her losses and pain and cares for orphaned fledglings and elderly sparrows with the help of Wonder Seed . Tsip meets the God who cares for the Sparrows and is given a mission to blow the Trumpet and save the Sparrows . Tsip , Bead and Asher save the sparrows of Steeple Colony from Abaddon and his Alley cats .
Claims of Science and Humanity Joseph Vining. —— —— — —— —— —— —— — Chapter One THE SONG SPARROW AND THE CHILD TRUTH AND.
Author: Joseph Vining
In this thought-provoking book, distinguished legal scholar Joseph Vining traces the complex roots of brutal twentieth-century human experimentation and extermination to worldviews that dehumanize both perpetrators and victims in distinctive ways, stripping them of their individuality as well as their intrinsic dignity and value. Vining finds a disturbing parallel between these worldviews and what he calls total theory. Total theories are beautiful and helpful explanations through attention to system and process that aggressively claim to account for the universe and everything in it. Vining maintains that some of the most gifted intellectuals and scientists of our time profess these theories without necessarily considering the implications of such totalizing worldviews. Using the example of the song sparrow and the child, Vining opens our eyes to the ramifications of total theory. He challenges readers to question casual acceptance of the total theories that are widely and quietly taught in contemporary biology, physics, and mathematics - theories that Vining maintains cannot be and are not actually believed by the people espousing them. This book is an invitation to recall ou