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Who: Joan Crawford. Note: This comment was directed towards her housekeeper who began to pray aloud. That was a great game of golf, fellers. Who: Bing Crosby , American singer and actor. Note: He was playing the whole 18 holes of golf, even when his doctor said to only do nine. What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.

Who: Crowfoot , chief of the Siksika First Nation. I am confound. Who: Aleister Crowley. British occultist, mystic, poet, mountain climber. This is open to debate, because some sources report Crowley dying alone, and others claim that he said Sometimes I hate myself. That was the best ice-cream soda I ever tasted. Who: Louis Francis Cristillo , an American actor and comedian. Note: Published newspapers reporting his death have him asking the nurse to move him onto his side, and report last words as being "I think I'll be more comfortable.

Je ne le veux pas. Translation: I don't want it. Who: Marie Curie , Polish and naturalized-French physicist and chemist. Note: She had been offered an injection to ease her pain. Hurrah Boys!

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Let's get these last few reds then head on back to camp. I killed the President because he was the enemy of the good people, the good working people. I am not sorry for my crime. Note: He said the second line as he was being strapped on the electric chair. D [ edit ] You got me. Who: John Dillinger , infamous American bank robber. This may be an apocryphal quote. Dillinger died when a bullet passed through his brain, leaving him little opportunity for final speeches. You know, I'm not frightened. It's just that I'll miss you all so much Ow, fuck! Who: Roald Dahl , Welsh novelist, short story writer, poet, screenwriter, and fighter pilot.

Note: First line said to his family. He then appeared to have lost consciousness, and the nurse decided to inject him with a lethal dose of morphine to ease his passing. After she did, Dahl said the second line right before dying. I don't care if I live or die. Go ahead and kill me. Who: Jeffrey Dahmer , serial killer.

Note: According to fellow prisoner Christopher Scarver, who admitted to beating Dahmer to death with a "preacher bar" part of a weight machine , these were his last words. Translation Catalan language : Where is my clock? Who: Jack Daniel , an American distiller and businessman, the founder of the Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey distillery. Mon seul regret est que je parte devant ce rat, Robespierre!

Translation: My only regret is that I'm going before that rat, Robespierre! The last line is a humorous comment on his famous ugliness. I am not the least afraid to die. Who: Charles Darwin , an English naturalist and geologist, best known for his contributions to evolutionary theory. I'd like to let you all know, despite the situation -- I know all of you are still convinced that I'm the person that killed your father, your son and your brother, but I am innocent. The incident that happened that night was not my fault. I did not have a gun that night.

I did not shoot your family member. But I am so sorry for your loss. I really am -- sincerely. All I can ask is that each of you look deeper into this case, so that you really will finally see the truth. I ask my family and friends that you all continue to pray, that you all continue to forgive. Continue to fight this fight. For those about to take my life, may God have mercy on all of your souls.

Who: Troy Anthony Davis , high-profile death row inmate. Notes: Davis was executed by lethal injection in Georgia on September 21, for the murder of Officer Mark Allen MacPhail, despite serious doubts about his guilt that lingered on prior to his death. Wait, maybe. I think maybe I'm just like a little bizarre little person who walks back and forth. Whatever, you know. Who: Terry A. Davis , programmer, creator of TempleOS. Note: Words were spoken on his last video before being struck and killed by a Union Pacific train. Prior to the Black Box failing, Dillard was heard saying these words.

Shortly afterward, the Plane crashed into the ground, killing all onboard including Dillard. That guy's got to stop… He'll see us. Who: James Dean , American actor. Note: Words said before dying in a car accident. Miss, I got what I really went for. Who: Jeremy Wade Delle Note: After this troubled teenager left his Texas classroom under the pretenses of obtaining a late pass, he returned with a gun, uttered these words, and committed suicide in front of his classmates. The incident was later immortalized in the Pearl Jam song "Jeremy.

Who: John Denver Note: Spoken via cockpit radio after transmitting a four digit code. On the ground! Who: Charles Dickens Note: He suffered a stroke on a walk near his home, and asked to be laid down on the ground. Mais comment le diable pensez-vous que cela pourrait me faire du mal? Translation: But how the devil do you think this could harm me?

Who: Denis Diderot , French encyclopedist, upon being warned by his wife not to eat too much. Little Cousins, Called back. Who: Emily Dickinson. Letter to Louise and Frances Norcross, May Source: Johnson, Thomas H. Emily Dickinson Selected Letters. Cambridge: Belknap, I'm going to heaven. Who: Bo Diddley as he lay dying on his deathbed with his family surrounding him. I'll finally get to see Marilyn. I'll be fine. Who: Ronnie James Dio , heavy metal singer. Note: Spoken to his wife while he was in the hospital with stomach cancer, but she stayed with him.

A few days later he went into a coma and he was dead by the end of the week. Kurt Russell. Who: Walt Disney Note: Scrawled on a piece of paper. To this day, nobody knows what he meant by it, not even Kurt Russell, who was 15 at the time. This is the fish of my dreams. Who: Dan Dodds Note: Dodds had caught a lb. He turned to a stranger, said this quote, then fell into the river and died of a heart attack. The salmon was barbecued and eaten at his wake. Ioann zhe uderzhival Yego i govoril: mne nadobno krestit'sya pour Tebya, i Ty li prikhodish' ko mne? No Iisus skazal yemu v otvet: ostav' teper', ibo tak nadlezhit nam ispolnit' vsyakuyu pravdu.

Uslysh'te eto seychas, pozvol'te! Ne sderzhivay menya! Translation: But John forbad him, saying, I have need to be baptised of thee, and comest thou to me? And Jesus answering said unto him, Suffer it to be so now: for thus it becometh us to fulfil all righteousness. Hear now—permit it. Do not restrain me! Who: Fyodor Dostoyevsky. The majority of the quote is the verses Matthew Don't let them put me in one of those bags, I might suffocate. Who: Darragh Doyle spoken before dropping a live grenade at Omaha Beach. Hit the water, hit the water, hit the water! The helicopter stalled and plummeted into the Hudson River while Jane was still on the air, unintentionally broadcasting her final moments all across the metropolitan New York City area.

The helicopter's other occupant was seriously injured, but survived. Shakespeare, I come! Who: Theodore Dreiser. Keep the faith. Remember the death penalty is murder. They are taking the life of an innocent man. My attorney, Ron Kuley, will read my letter at a press conference after this is over. That is all I have to say. Who: Robert Drew, d. August 2, Note: Executed by injection, Texas. Translation: You are going to hurt me, please don't hurt me, just one more moment, I beg you! Who: Madame du Barry Do you hear the rain? Do you hear the rain? Who: Jessica Dubroff , seven-year-old pilot speaking to her mother by telephone as the engines revved for takeoff, she and her flight instructor crashed minutes later in rough weather, April 11, Translation: Farewell my friends, I go to glory!


Who: Isadora Duncan Note: Said before she got in her car to go home. Her scarf got caught around the wheel and strangled her instantly as the driver took off. Stopping for a beer, be there when I can. Who: Ryan Dunn Note: Final text sent to Jackass co-worker Bam Margera, before getting involved in a car crash that would claim his life. Don't, don't, don't! This… this will hurt someone! Do not… Who: R.

Budd Dwyer , Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, before he placed the barrel of a. The press conference was held on what was to be the day before his sentencing. William Smith the witness whose testimony was critical to Dwyer's conviction said he lied under oath to get a lighter sentence. E [ edit ] We are running on line north and south. The above is the last confirmed radio transmission to her headquarters before vanishing.

Okay, just wondering. The rest of the conversation was as follows: Earnhardt- "So, you got any advice for me here coming up? Corral My work is done. Why wait? Who: George Eastman Note: Written in his suicide letter. So on this day of reflection I say again, thank you for going on this journey with me. I'll see you at the movies. Who: Roger Ebert Note: Final paragraph of his last public blog post, written two days before his passing. It's very beautiful over there. Who: Thomas Edison Note: Spoken to his wife as he lapsed in and out of consciousness. There is debate over if he meant the afterlife, or the view from his window.

In einem kurzen Weilchen, meine Herren, sehen wir uns ohnehin alle wieder. Das ist das Los aller Menschen. Es lebe Deutschland. Es lebe Argentinien. Translation: In a short while, gentlemen, we'll meet each other, anyway. That's every human's fortune. Long live Germany! Long live Argentina! Long live Austria! Citater fra… Who: Albert Einstein Note: When Einstein died on April 18, he left a piece of writing ending in an unfinished sentence. These were his last words: I've always loved my wife, my children, and my grandchildren, and I've always loved my country. I want to go. God, take me.

Who: Dwight D. Eisenhower , 34th President of the United States. Who: T. Eliot Note: Valerie was the name of his wife at the time of his death. Papa, I hate you. Who: Carmen Ellis, a three-year-old girl, beaten to death by her mother's boyfriend. Was ist mit mir geschehen? Translation: What has happened to me? Who: Elisabeth, Empress of Austria , stabbed to death on September 10, All my possessions for a moment of time.

Who: Elizabeth I, Queen of England , d. Are you all right? Who: Belinda Emmett , Australian actress. Note: Spoken to her sister, Lesley Arthur. Hurrah for anarchy! This is the happiest moment of my life. Who: George Engel , anarchist, union activist Note: Shouted before his execution at the gallows. Now why did I do that?

Ich sterbe. Translation: I die. Who: Leonhard Euler , Swiss mathematician and physicist. Fuck off. Who: Tony "Spaghetti" Eustace, Australian mobster. Eustace was found by two schoolchildren who were returning home from sports training on 23 April He had been shot six times in the back outside the Airport Hilton in North Arncliffe and was lying beside his gold Mercedes, bleeding profusely.

He was rushed to hospital. Police attempted to speak to him, but Eustace only said those words, and died a short time later. F [ edit ] I've never felt better. Who: Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. December 12, We've reached one of our phase lines after the fire fight and it smells bad — meaning it's a little bit suspicious…Could be an amb— Who: Bernard B. Fall , prominent war correspondent, historian, political scientist, and expert on Indochina during the s and s.

Notes: Dictated into his tape recorder before stepping on a landmine in Vietnam [ Being asked: "Have you ever pondered by yourself what will be your occupation in the next world? Who: Michael Faraday , English chemist and physicist who contributed to the fields of electromagnetism and electrochemistry. Please don't leave me. Who: Chris Farley , American actor and comedian. Said to a prostitute as she left his hotel room following a weekend-long drug and sex binge.

When she turned around, Chris Farley had collapsed. Why aren't you filming this? This is what cancer is. Who: Farrah Fawcett , American actress, model, and artist. Note: Spoken to her friend Alana Stewart, who was filming a documentary about her struggles with cancer. Remember me as a revolutionary communist. Who: Leslie Feinberg , American, butch lesbian and transgender activist, communist, and author.

Swedish Translation: Save me! Who: Count Axel von Fersen. Note: Fersen, who was Swedish marshal of the realm, was attacked in a mob riot during the burial procession of the crown prince, whose death wrongly was blamed on Fersen. The Count called for help from the Guard, but was killed before they could do anything. I'd hate to die twice. It's so boring. Who: Richard Feynman , American physicist. Goddamn the whole fucking world and everyone in it except you, Carlotta. Who: W. Fields , American Actor and Comedian.

Note: "Carlotta" was Carlotta Monti , actress and Fields' mistress. Serbo-Croatian Translation: Death to fascism, freedom to the people! The nourishment is palatable. Note: This was his response when his physician inquired about his food. Nothing soothes pain like human touch. If any of you have a message for the Devil, give it to me, for I am about to meet him! Who: Lavinia Fisher , hanged for murder on February 18, , while wearing her white wedding dress gown. They'll be fine. Who: F.

Scott Fitzgerald , Irish-American novelist and short story writer. Note: His response when asked if he wanted anything besides Hershey bars. Hey, Jimmie! The Chimney Sweeps. Talk to the Sword. Shut up, you got a big mouth! Please come help me up, Henny. Note: Flegenheimer had been fatally shot by another mobster and taken to the hospital.

As police officers interrogated him on his deathbed, he gave them long and frequently incoherent answers, perhaps the most known of which is "A boy has never wept…nor dashed a thousand kin" before finally dying. I am sorry to trouble you chaps. I don't know how you get along so fast with the traffic on the roads these days. Who: Ian Fleming , British author and journalist.

Note: Spoken to the ambulance drivers. I've had a hell of a lot of fun and I've enjoyed every minute of it. I'm awful tired now, Hank. I've got to go to bed. The song Foley had sung was the gospel number "Peace in the Valley. You can stop now; I'm already dead. Who: Abigail Folger Note: Folger said this to her attackers, members of the Manson Family, after being stabbed repeatedly in the home of her friend Sharon Tate.

Folger had first been injured in the house before running to the front lawn and collapsing, where she said her last words and died while being continually stabbed. I'll sleep well tonight. I don't want to leave you guys. I've been very, very busy… being ill! Who: Bruce Forsyth , British presenter, when asked of his whereabouts in the year leading up to his demise.

Translation: I am thankful for the kind treatment during my captivity and I ask God to accept me with mercy. Who: Hans Frank , German war criminal and lawyer who worked for the Nazi Party during the s and s, and later became Adolf Hitler's personal lawyer. Note: At the gallows, Frank, one of the only two war criminals to show true remorse for his crimes during the Nuremberg trials and sentencing, quietly answered to his name and calmly said these words before he was hanged.

A dying man can do nothing easily. Also a leading author, printer, political theorist, politician, postmaster, scientist, inventor, civic activist, statesman, and diplomat. Note: As he lay dying, his daughter suggested that if he lay on his side, he could breathe easier. Es ist gar nichts… es ist gar nichts… Translation: It is nothing… it is nothing… Who: Franz Ferdinand Archduke of Austria-Hungary Whispered to Count Harrach as the Archduke fell unconscious after being shot; he died shortly without ever regaining consciousness.

His assassination and subsequent death in Sarajevo in triggered the outbreak of World War I. Translation: Throw a quilt over her. Who: Frederick II of Prussia , who noticed his greyhound shivering and issued this order to his valet. Das ist nicht wahr! Ich werde in der Montur sterben? Translation: That's not true! I'm gonna die in this suit? Alternatively: No, not quite naked. I shall have my uniform on. Translation: The good meal. Hey, fellas! How about this for a headline for tomorrow's paper?

Who: James French. Note: French, a convicted murderer, was sentenced to the electric chair. He shouted these words to members of the press who were to witness his execution. Sag Anna von unserem Vortrag. Translation: Tell Anna of our talk. Freud had been in agony for some months due to oral cancer and had previously discussed with his physician that he wished to be euthanized rather than endure prolonged suffering. Bitte lass es. Translation: Please leave it. Who: Werner von Fritsch Why fear death? It's life's greatest adventure. Barrie 's "Peter Pan" on the 7th May at pm. Note: Charles Frohman was standing on deck when the torpedo struck the RMS Lusitania, and 18 minutes later, he was dragged under with the ship by the suction.

During then, he saw Rita Jolivet on deck and asked her to hold on to the rail until they knew what to do. His friends escaped and so did Rita, but Charles was among the people who perished in the disaster. She is squeezing my hand! Who: Buckminster Fuller Note: In the period leading up to his death, his wife had been lying comatose in a Los Angeles hospital, dying of cancer. It was while visiting her there that he exclaimed, at a certain point: "She is squeezing my hand!

His wife died 36 hours after he did. G [ edit ] I love you. Who: Zsa Zsa Gabor Kiss my ass! You'll never find the rest! The "rest" refers to the bodies of his other victims, which indeed were all found. Translation: Don't shoot me! Don't shoot me! Don't kill me, my sons! What did I do to you? Do you know right from wrong? What are you doing? It's haraam [forbidden]. It's not allowed in Islamic law. What you are doing is forbidden in Islam!

Who: Muammar Gaddafi Note: All of the above were allegedly heard as Gaddafi was dragged through the streets. As of the 23rd of October , there is no officially accepted version of the death of Gaddafi. Your words never stuck in my throat. Note: Garcia was in rehab and was speaking with Robert Hunter ; it was their final conversation before Garcia died from a heart attack a week later. I'd like to thank my family for loving me and taking care of me. And the rest of the world can kiss my ass. Who: Johnny Frank Garrett, Sr. February 11, Note: Executed by injection, Texas.

Jinkhene baatar! Translation: Hero! A real hero! Let not my end disarm you, and on no account weep or keen for me, lest the enemy be warned of my death. Who: Genghis Khan Note: The first set of words were presumably Genghis Khan's last words according to legend, while the second set were supposed to have been spoken after he fell ill as his forces approached the Tangut capital of Ningxia. Ne pleure pas, Alfred! Translation: Don't cry, Alfred! I need all my courage to die at twenty! Translation: Don't worry, relax! Note: To his security staff, allowing the suicide bomber to go near him as if to give flowers.

Translation: O God! Who: Mohandas Gandhi. Note: These words were reportedly spoken after Gandhi had been shot. According to his assassin Godse, Gandhi "just made a 'Uh …' kind of sound and slid down". The above words were inserted by the Congress. Swaim ] Oh Swaim, there is a pain here. Swaim, can't you stop this? Oh, oh, Swaim! Who: James A. Garfield , 20th President of the United States. I can't breathe! After a few seconds, Pantaleo uses his hands to push Garner's head down on the sidewalk.

As Pantaleo removed his arm from Garner's neck, he said the above line eleven times before going unconscious. Schell began to question the many things in his life. What is the purpose? What are we supposed to be doing? What is the true path to health for my patients and for myself? What is death and what does it mean? Does being a Christian imply that we just g Drake is a dragon like most other dragons.

He enjoys breathing fire and spending time with friends, but things get out of control one day with a very big fire, which scares Drake away from using his talent. Will he ever be brave enough to use his fire again? Follow Drake on his adventure to discover his God-given purpose and find out what he was truly born to do Our America began as a Christian nation.

History is being rewritten, leaving out most of the truths that used to be taken as common knowledge in homes, schools, and communities. Our constitution and our laws are changing rapidly, and not for the better. God said that if you have the faith of a mustard seed, say to this mountain be removed and it shall fall. Dear Child, Listen Close proclaims in sweet love important truths for God's children to hold near and dear to their heart.

It tenderly lays out the heart of God for His precious children. Dear Child, Listen Close covers creation, the importance of reading the Bible, how to properly pray, how not to be tempted by the world, being obedient, the significance of the death and resurrection of Jesus, sp In this book is the answer Priscilla's book, Returning to Intimacy to Rebuild and Restore Hearts to Christ, is about how she got so caught up in works for God that she forgot how to spend that intimate time that He so desired with her.

Holy Spirit took her through a time of spiritual training and rest to humble herself as a child, at the master's feet. This meant putting all else aside and allowing Holy Spirit to teach her Tom the turkey travels worldwide every year to escape from becoming Thanksgiving dinner. Can he do it again? You have to read the book This is not a story. It's not fiction. It is a true happening. It is my testimony.

This covers several years of my life. The main items tell about when Jesus took me home to be with Him for a while. He taught me many things so I could share with others, and so they could learn important issues Christ wants them to know. It will tell you many things that Christ let me see in heaven while I was with Mind, Heart, and Sole draws an analogy between running and traversing the road of life; it highlights the various circumstances and obstacles you will encounter on your journey through life.

We like to remember the Middle Ages as a magical time of knights in shining armor, fair damsels in distress, and heroic quests to worlds unknown. Death was everywhere in the s. Because lives were short and unpredictable, people clung to the hope of eternal life. The Lord put it on my heart to write these studies to help edify and encourage all those who would read it 1 Thessalonians Each week God would whisper to my heart and give me just a title of t No Matter What is based on a true story about life, love, and faith.

Collette, a farm wife, is faced with the most devastating news of her life when her husband Merl is diagnosed with cancer. She is left with running the family farm, and the grief that encompasses her. She has many struggles as she continues to be a mother of three young adult children but still live her own life to the fullest. In the series of books I have written about Maddy and her love for Jesus, I had in mind how can I share my faith with my own children and grandkids.

Maddy will be telling the story of a little girl who is finding out that the bible is more than just a book, and Jesus is not make-believe but real. As she discovers him every day in her life, not only in her good days but also in her very bad days, The apostles in general and the Apostle Paul in particular stressed the importance of studying and teaching sound doctrine. Although there are many important subjects in the Bible, in this book, we have chosen to highlight some that we consider to be very important.

We are all lost and found at some point in our lives. In this first book, Boo Bear gets lost in the park and tries to find his way home. He ends up getting into some sticky situations and meeting a few unexpected park creatures, even a new friend! Although he may seem down on his luck, God has a beautiful and creative plan for Boo Bear's life. What do you think it is? Find healing from betrayals, traumas and transgressions. This study has been a powerful resource in sharing my story and laying down my burden and healing.

Yellowstone National Park is a place of wonderment. From geysers, like Old Faithful to the Artist's Paint Pots of boiling, bubbling mud, there is nowhere else on earth like it. Animals abound such as bison, deer, elk, bears, and wolves in Hayden and La Mar Valleys. Hiking, horseback riding, and exploring are favorite pastimes.

Untold adventure awaits the four cousins in Yellowstone! Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? That was the question that was posed to me when I began my journey of transformation. We all experience pain in one way or another. Pain comes in the form of betrayal, loss, abuse, and so much more.

In order to transform our lives, we need to fight the demons inside of ourselves. Satan whispers in our thoughts, telling us all our faults in order to k This book of poetry exists to inspire faith and hope in the power of God and the love of Jesus Christ. It is one man's testimony of the unfailing commitment that is given to each and every person, no matter their circumstance or history. There is a story of tragedy and how a family chose to respond to it with acts of love and kindness to those in need.

It is filled with love and commitment to duty In a world full of good and evil, right and wrong, the powerful and the weak comes a tale of a struggle as old as time itself. Full of high adventure, love, and intrigue, it will be sure to grip you and never let go. For the past two years, their world has changed for the worst. However, nobody knew what darkness was about to come upon them. The order of Malaki was betrayed and the Dark Ki People get excited discussing bucket lists. It's fun to plan out-of-the-ordinary events or travels.

Obviously, a bucket list contains special things we'd like to accomplish before we are gone. Hence the term "bucket list" because we want to do this or that before we kick the bucket. That's okay, but how often do we think about something we'd like to do to please the Lord before we're gone? Nineteen years after he was charged with murder, Giovanni continues to fight with the courts to prove his innocence. In , Vega was indicted for allegedly causing the death of another human being. An all-white Jury found Vega guilty in , sentencing him to life in prison.

Since the beginning, Vega has maintained his innocence and after his conviction, the medical examiner who performe Graduation from high school in was a turning point for Ann, the author who was known by her middle name during school years. Ann was experiencing a lot of conflicting thoughts and emotions during that day. There was the excitement of graduation, yet there was a great sadness about leaving those friends who she saw daily during school years.

What about the future? She was working at a c When Robin Phillips reluctantly accepts an invitation to attend a revival service with her best friend, she has no idea that her life will be turned upside down. Robin will learn that "we walk by faith, not sig If you can imagine the end of the world, Busilmin is it. Busilmin brings the definition of isolated to life.

It is this isolation, this remoteness, that defines existence in the depths of the rainforest. Death is life. Life is death. Survival is the bridge. It is into the heart of this seclusion that Mission Aviation Fellowship chooses to fly; into depths of this need that we conveyed ou The Christian church has become lukewarm.

God is calling his people to repent and turn from their wicked ways, then Jesus will hear from heaven and heal their land. Jesus will turn the hearts of the fathers to the children and turn the hearts of the children to the fathers. The time is now to have a spiritual awakening. It's time t As a mother of seven, Jaime understands that some days are just plain overwhelming. Join her as she walks you through some of her family's most unforgettable and hilarious memories. You'll be inspired to laugh at the chao Like most people, I wanted a happy and peaceful life.

Having a soul mate and being loved would make it all complete. In the sixties, I found myself in a homosexual lifestyle. I was happy; I was loved and loved back. Along with my partner, I filled my life with things we enjoyed, like softball, bowling, camping, and being outdoors. These things all brought a degree of happiness, but there was no pe Life Quotes by Bethran contains ninety personal quotes from Bethran Akpuchukwu, which address many topics or issues of life that one may be dealing with.

If you approach this book with an open mind and heart, then this book could literally change your life forever Have you ever wanted to do in-depth studies on the truth in God's Word, but you didn't know where to start? Or are you a new Christian who is looking for a solid foundation into the fundamentals of Christianity and even learn about some of the more controversial and difficult topics? Or maybe you are a non-Christian who is just looking into what Christianity is all about. If you fit into any of th In this book, Sara has it all according to worldly possessions.

She has the love of a wonderful man, more money than anyone needs in their lifetime, and the job she had work so hard and always dreamed about having. Sara had all this and still kept a kind heart and wanted to give back to the world. She would help anybody in any way she could. Sara had it all, yet she always felt as if something was If you are trying to figure out what this Christian journey is all about, you need to read this book. This book starts with Genesis and ends with Revelation giving you a clear understanding of your Christian walk.

In this book, you will read about the greatest love story ever told which is the love God has for us. You will learn the importance of the blood of Jesus. There is a section in th The Little Book is the Manifesto. Good thing to know from The Little Book: The everlasting gospel of Jesus Christ is God's grace with good news of the sending of the Promised Messiah into the world to die for our sins. And the fulfillment of the Abraham's covenant and promises, which deal with God's politica Larry has come to understand that there are two basic ways that the Bible can be taught.

The first is the most prevalent. It consists of telling the Christian the things that he or she should be doing and the things that he or she should not be doing, sometimes accompanied with relatively meaningless ways of doing or not doing these things. The second way to teach the Bible is to teach it by revea Four children and their families are anxious as they anticipate a visit from St. Little do they know, he too is experiencing his own excitement and wonders of his own abilities The favor of God is a beautiful thing!

It is written in the. Revelation: Written in Layman's Terms, Volume 2, covers chapters 20 to 22, along with the continuation of the Tribulation Period in detail. It also contains the chronology of the Second Coming of Christ, the battle of Armageddon, the one-thousand-year millennium, and finally, eternity the ages to come! Life for me began at age forty, when I became a believer in Jesus.

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I had been "churched" as a child, but with little understanding of how the Old and New Testaments fit together, let alone how God connected to me. But on January 22, , my husband and I walked into a new church.

When the pastor, Ron Mehl, said, "My words mean nothing unless the Holy Spirit is here and runs you through wi In Appalachia, the mountains seems to be a place where you can sense the presence of God. In the Bible, it says many times that Jesus went up to the mountain to pray. The people that are raised in that area seem to have a desire to serve the Lord. Our life is a battle between God and Satan for our souls.

It's a fight between our flesh, which is the mind, and the spirit, which is our soul. Peace, Beauty and Joy: Come to the Paradise! Shining and beautiful, he reaches out to us in dreams and visions. He gives us words, images, instructions, and adventures on a need-to-know basis. His greatest desire is that we know him and his fathomless love for us.

Through the years as a pastor's wife and teacher, Marjorie has written lessons for Bible studies, the classroom, and speaking engagements. This is her first attempt to write a summary like this one. There are many people who either don't have the time or don't take the time to learn more about their Bibles.

This summary is designed to give the reader a condensed knowledge of each book of th Having lost his parents at an early age, the young bird Jerry finds himself the odd man out at a small pond. Looking for purpose and at his lowest, he meets a red bird who reveals that there's more to him than he even knew. Only by looking up and finding this Red Bird does Jerry find out what it is that God made him for!

This book is for every woman who has felt that getting married over a certain age is hopeless. The truth is that for every one of you, there is another woman out there who has done it! This book was written to give hope to the many women I have met through daily life and travels. So many women were asking me questions about my personal story of getting married after the age of fifty. It actually s On December 30, , declaration of highly disputed presidential election results triggered widespread violence across Kenya. The height of the violence was on January 1, when attackers who were unleashing murderers' violence on supporters of the presidential candidate who had just been declared winner meticulously planned and torched down Kenya Assemblies of God church full of women, childr On the open road is a wonderful place to learn and enjoy the great outdoors.

The awe-inspiring sight of all the domestic and wild animals is an incredible experience. God has created a planet that is sometimes beyond our expectations Seen as a modern-day guide to life and faith, Unscripted is about the journey one takes to self-discovery. Written through the eyes of author, Asaya A. Azah, this book is a collection of writings, covering topics such as the art of saying goodbye, the truth behind sex, and facing the difficult reality of faith burnout.

This collection will not only answer questions few dare to ask, but it w Would you hike through a scary, creepy spider patch for a friend? This is the story of "A Rock and a Hard Place. The school bells are ringing and all the kids in Mrs. Bagby's class are cheering, "Hooray!

Let the summer fun begin! Sista Me is thrilled because her favorite cousin, Joshy, will be visiting from Jamaica. She has a lot of Everett Quinn, a homeless man, befriends Brian Sanchez, a troubled young teen who has no father. As they become good friends, the boy turns his life around through inspiring stories and motivation from this down-and-out homeless man. But not until the homeless man is attacked and in a coma do we find out that he is much more than what he appears to be.

And is that other voice of Everett's w Do the words regular and usual illustrate your life? Are the words "fine" and "good" your response to polite questions? What if regular was really remarkable and the unbelievable could be found in the usual?

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So many people fail to see the incredible worth of their lives. Finding the Extra in Your Ordinary will help you see the true value of your life and the difference you are making in the wor Sometimes, things just don't feel right. Clara, the church bookkeeper and secretary sensed her church was in trouble. She prayed to God for help for both her and the church. The cause of all the troubling items came from sources you would never expect. God answered Clara's prayers, but it took twenty-one days to rectify the horrible mess created It all started with just God and darkness.

But God is so full of love that He wanted to create the universe, allowing Him to share His love with everything He created. Explore the way God created it all and how He was thinking of you from the very beginning of time. God Created It All and Me! What pain can a heart endure before it ceases to beat? What horrors linger in the mind that cannot be forgotten? What soul cannot be redeemed?

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Where can love be found in a world so full of foulness? This story travels through these questions and many more. Come take the journey with June as she navigates through life's toughest choices in search of the love we all long for Life can offer opportunities at the most unusual times, even with a simple request to drive a car and your life is changed forever. The question arises, how do you create a family vacation and conference center out of land that was once homesteaded? You need to construct not only the roads but install all the infrastructure, build the buil Rejected to Accepted is a book for people who have longed for a loving and healthy romantic relationship but have not been able to encounter the "happy ever after" they have desired.

After experiencing domestic violence, a series of failed and unhealthy relationships, the author was left wondering, would anyone ever love her? Rejected to Accepted explores the personal struggles and triumphs This book is a series of incidents recalled at random from my twenty-seven-year career as a city of Austin's professional firefighter.

I worked at many fire stations with many different crews. I started out at Station 8, and in less than three months I was transferred to Station 1, the Central Station, or headquarters. I worked there for seven years. While at Central Station, I work The modern-day teacher, with the vast amount of material available, from an unlimited number of sources, makes the day of using one text obsolete.

Technology has made the teacher capable of producing materials for their class a matter of judgment and choice. Teachers, old and new, can use a useful guide to help pending chaos. For the new teacher instant help would to some extent eliminate the long Finding Lorey is a marvelous story about friends coming together to brave the perils of the wide open Pacific Ocean.

In order to save their home, the Great Barrier Reef, which is dying from a disease, they have been told by wise old Rusty that Lorey has the magic to restore the Reef to its lively old self. Irene Wiggle is an ordinary girl with ordinary feelings. Sometimes she feels inadequate. Sometimes she feels like she wishes she were somebody else. But sometimes she realizes that she is happy just being Irene.

Read to find out what is special about Irene Wiggle, and then think about yourself. What makes you special? What is it about you that is truly unique? Let's see if you can find out why you Pray Like a Pro is an incredible prayer tool in the hands of every believer from the beginner to the seasoned prayer intercessor. There is no greater prayer example to follow than the prayer that Jesus, Himself, prayed and then gave to His disciples. The Lord's Prayer is more than a prayer to recite.

It is an in-depth study of strategic and effective communication that combined with faith will pro It is the third book in a series of twenty-six. The goals of this series are to indicate that in perceived imperfection, there is still grace and perfection; to teach the alphabet and increase vocabulary; to show a love for animals while teaching facts of each; to show that the imagination is a wonderful thing to use; and to The Warrior Inside details the life events of Jeanette Golden.

As a very young girl, Jeanette was caught in a web of poverty and sexual and physical abuse. In spite of her situation, her warrior spirit gave her an inner strength and tenacity to survive. She was determined to be an overcomer and fight for her destiny. This is the story about six organizations who have different stories but ended up in the same place.

Helping those who can't help themselves! Cries of the Heart was inspired by a friend telling me to write down my thoughts, feelings, and prayers. I was going through a very hard time, separation and divorce. The writings inside Cries of the Heart are my cries, discussions, longings, and praises to and with Jesus, my Lord. I was asked to publish the "prayers," so others can read them and know that they are not alone in what Satan has no real power over Christians. He only has doubt. So what if the garden of Eden were underwater, Lucifer tweaked the Ten Commandments, or faith was found in whatever was the acceptable behavior of the majority?

Waiting for the Comeback is a thought-provoking, inspiring, and sometimes controversial look at what we humans are accepting as today's norms. At a time when evil seems to There are many ways for a young boy to grow into a man. Randal Gritzner took his own unique path. His personality and character were influenced by many people. Many of those people offered good Christian influence, and some offered influence of less positive nature.

Randal's parents were strong Christians with exceptional work ethic. Having all four strong Christian grandparents liv Maybe you've never stopped to think about what you really believe. This book takes you through one man's journey of spiritual discovery. David Senften's story describes how foundational and soul searching that experience can be, how revealing it can be to look directly into your own heart and become aware of exactly what y Over two thousand years ago, a man named Jesus of Nazareth lived, preached about love and forgiveness to his friends and followers, ultimately was crucified on a cross, died, and rose on the third day.

It is a story that has been told and retold for millennia. But what do we know about what was happening in the shadows of Christ's cross? The overtly obvious and seemingly malicious maligning of our Founders by many Americans within our systems of education, government, and media is being performed with a greater intensity at the passing of each year. This constant, incessant, and relentless barrage of misinformation and falsehoods about their beliefs, character, and intentions is not only blatantly unjust on its face, it is being d This memoir is about the experiences of this young boy, probably here by accident, stumbling through life, facing many challenges, making probably every mistake possible, learning at an early age the power of God and prayer and then realizing, finally, that so many people, many he never knew, were in his corner, pulling for him to succeed.

Mary Eleanor Wolfe was one of the most delightful people I've ever had the good fortune to know. I can still hear her lilting chuckle and see her sparkling blue eyes! Mary was a prolific writer. Her love for children and vivid imagination makes her, in my mind, a modern-day Hans Christian Andersen. She wrote an entire collection of timele Am I Too Little for God is a story written from the perspective of a young three-year-old child, Matthew. He talks about a Sunday church praise and worship service.

What he observes about the people, how they respond, and how he feels. During the conversation he has with his parents about his observations, he asks his parents the question "Am I too little for God? This book tells some of his journey that. The title chosen for this book originally appeared in a short story which has been reprinted in this. Grown-ups make new years resolutions every year! Why can't children make resolutions too?

This year Amy decides to make her own holiday resolution and her best friend Andy decides to help her out. Even the town superhero joins them to help keep the resolution. The three soon realize that Amy's resolution has changed a lot about their favorite holidays! In chapter , it states: "Blessed is he that 1 readeth, and they that 2 hear the words of this prophecy, and GOD Has Need of You GHNOY is a book of inspirational messages written to encourage, enlighten, inspire and motivate believers and non-believers alike, who are struggling to trust or continue to trust our Heavenly Father GOD, through intense trials, tests, tragedies, and heartbreaks in life.

Some people even struggle to trust HIM in good times. He is excited to spend a perfect summer day with his mama. Unfortunately, many problems pop up along the way: a traffic jam, snack-stealing seagulls, a thunderstorm, and more! How will this blooper-filled day end? This amusing and endearing story reminds us to encourage one another through challenging days.

Somzoas Megini has never been normal a single day in his life. He was born with purple eyes, and there's a dragonfly detective that lives inside of his imagination that communicates with him. When Somzoas thinks he's embarking on a regular New Year's vacation with his friends to Mexico, many strange things begin to happen all around him. Without any choice at all, Somzoas finds himself in a new di God Loves My Skin was written to promote confidence within all children.

This life is a challenge to each of us, though it may come to us in different ways. The adolescent wants to be liked, to fit into the crowd. He struggles with being himself yet feels the pressure by his peers to conformity. The teenager seeks personal significance and meaning. And moving into adulthood, the challenges may change by degree, but they are ever present. The JJ book series is a storybook devotional that tells the stories of a young Christian named JJ who is learning what it means to be a Christian. As young readers see JJ learning about his faith, they will gain tools that will help build theirs and show them how they can live out the teachings in the Bible.

The discussion questions at the end of the book will help parents engage their young ones She is the epitome of what every Christian woman strives to be. This study is intended to define each trait that makes up the character of this amazing woman. It also provides a practical guide on how to become this woman. With advice from multiple Godly married women and guidance from the Scriptures, I invite you to join me in the journey The value or significance of anything, including life, is found in its meaning.

An innate desire to matter which comes from our souls, naturally, causes us to question our value; yet we live in a society where the value and sanctity of human life has increasingly diminished. Slowly, our hearts are becoming desensitized to acts of terrorism, chemical warfare, In a far faraway land, there was a secret. It was a secret because you couldn't see it with your natural eyes or hear it with your natural ears. This secret carried with it all the wonders and answers to the universe, and it looked for anyone who wanted the truth of this here world.

For some children, they dedicated their whole life to knowing all about it. For others, the simplicity of cheap toy Since I had already completed books on two Persons in the Trinity, I decided to complete a "trilogy of the Trinity. The first was a review of what the whole Bible says about the Holy Spirit. I named it The Spirit of Scripture. The second was a devotional study of the book of Hebrews and has turned out Courage is the master keythe power to your success in life. It's the means through which great people winsucceed.

It's the ability that turns on your talents and spiritual gifts. It propels them into actionto work and bear their intended fruits for you, to affect the lives of others and, finally, to glorify your Maker. This book challenges the reader to use God's eyes, not their own, when measuring a persons' worth since it is God who is their true Creator and Author and Finisher of their life Ally's daddy is a fireman, and Ally and her little brother Carter loved going to the fire station where they were allowed to sit in the big fire trucks. One day, things changed when her beloved forest caught fire, leaving it badly burned.

It was a hard reality for a little girl, but she learned that God makes the forest new and that she could be made new too! I sincerely wrote this true story of my childhood life that I may be able to encourage a child or a parent to write about their childhood experiences. Especially if there is something that might be troubling to them. I had a very adventurous childhood with my parents, siblings, and friends.

All I wanted to do was please my parent Holy Collisions is a rollercoaster ride through heaven and hell and each page can't come fast enough! Through the eyes of a child Teresa Laughlin depicts her childhood as different, dangerous and supernatural. Monsters are real and walk among us. He explores how plants and animals live in soil, how soils are formed, how they differ, and the many ways that soil is essential in our lives. Eye to eye Imagine you could soar high in the sky with an eagle or dive into the deep with a majestic blue whale. Come eye to eye with some of nature's most impressive creatures.

Eyes in the dark Poetry, printed in large white font on glossy black pages, describes a variety of Australia's nocturnal birds and animals, all of whom have eyes that stare out of the dark pages. Eyes in the night In a suburban backyard that borders the bush, the night is dark and a storm is coming. Peter leaves the comfort of his house to check his pets and is just in time to save a young owl from the clutches of a feral cat.

Eyes of gray wolf, The Gray Wolf loses his mate and finds a new one during a winter of survival. Fabish, the horse that saved a bushfire Fabish was a handsome, grey racehorse who always tried his hardest. When he retired, Fabish took care of the flighty yearlings, showing them what was expected of a racehorse. One hot summer day, a wild wind blew up and Fabish smelled smoke.

Fire was coming, fast. When the trainer opened the gate, Fabish and the yearlings galloped away. The fire raged through the night as the trainer battled to save the racehorses. The next morning, there were no signs of Fabish or the young horses. Based on a true story during the Black Saturday fires. The excitement of seeing the American soldiers and tanks, the concept of black-outs, bomb shelters and ration coupons are explained.

Fair, brown and trembling: an Irish Cinderella story A lively retelling of an Irish folk tale in the Cinderella tradition. The book is peppered with curious names and whimsical illustrations featuring the costumes of fifteenth century Ireland. Fairytale news Modern retelling of the fairytales. Read all about it in The fairytale news that Jack delivers. Find out how Jack's paper run gets a very interesting customer. Famous artists Anholt series Any two titles read from this series can be included as official Challenge books; up to five more titles can be included as your personal choice books.

Fancy Nancy Meet Nancy who believes that more is always better when it comes to being fancy. From the top of her tiara down to her sparkly studded shoes, Nancy is determined to teach her parents and little sister, Jo Jo, a thing or two about being fancy. Fancy Nancy and the butterfly birthday Nancy thinks butterflies are simply exquisite. That's why she can't wait to go to her friend Bree's butterfly birthday party. It's going to be the fanciest party ever.

But, when Nancy finds out she can't go because of her grandparent's fiftieth anniversary party on the same day, she is furious. Nancy feels she will never get over her disappointment. Here, you can find the fanciest, almost-new outfits, accessories, jewellery, and lots more. The fashion boutique is a huge success but it's also Nancy's little sister's birthday.

And, when it starts to rain, the birthday party might be ruined. Nancy knows she has to come up with an idea, a brilliant one, and fast. Fancy Nancy and the fall foliage Fancy Nancy loves fall -- the fashion, the weather, and especially the colours of the leaves! As Fancy Nancy helps Mum and Dad rake the leaves outside in Fancy Nancy and the Fall Foliage, she gets a stupendous idea to do something unique with the most beautiful leaves she finds.

Join Nancy as she celebrates the changing of the seasons in this storybook adventure! Fancy Nancy and the mermaid ballet Fancy Nancy is ready for the spotlight. Fancy Nancy and her best friend, Bree, could not be more excited about their upcoming dance show. After all, it's all about mermaids and Fancy Nancy knows how to be a fancy, glamorous mermaid. But, when another ballerina wins the coveted role of the mermaid, Nancy is stuck playing a dreary, dull tree. When disaster strikes right before the big ballet, someone steps in to steal the spotlight.

Fancy Nancy and the posh puppy When her family decides to get a dog, Fancy Nancy is certain she can be fancier than ever. After all, a papillon, a small, delicate, fluffy dog, is the ultimate accessory. But, Fancy Nancy's family wants a large, plain dog. How unglamorous. Fancy Nancy and the wedding of the century Not only does Nancy help out the bride, she also gets to attend a fabulous party reception. Nancy will discover how truly special even the simplest wedding can be. Fancy Nancy aspiring artist It's holiday time and Nancy is feeling glum because her best friend, Bree, is out of town.

When her mum brings home a brand-new set of glitter markers, Nancy puts her trademark flair to creative use and devotes herself to becoming a serious artist or artiste, as the French say. After all, everything about being an artist is fancy, fancy, fancy, especially when inspiration strikes. Fancy Nancy explorer extraordinaire In their exclusively glamorous Explorers' Club, Fancy Nancy and her best friend, Bree, set out to explore the fascinating world of wildflowers, trees, leaves, birds and, of course, butterflies.

With recipes for pinecone bird feeders, extra-fancy lemonade, an official club bird and an exclusive map of the territory, Fancy Nancy is one Explorer Extraordinaire. Fancy Nancy fanciest doll in the universe Fancy Nancy's little sister, JoJo, can be naughty and a real pest at times. Even worse, it's in permanent marker so will never come out. When her mother suggests a fancy doll party, Nancy is excited to accept.

But, the doll drama isn't yet over. Fancy Nancy poet extraordinaire Fancy Nancy Clancy is so poetic, even her name rhymes. And, with limericks, couplets, free verse and more, poetry is plenty fancy. So, when her teacher gives Nancy and her classmates an assignment to come up with their very own poems, Nancy is determined to write one that is superb. But, first, Nancy needs an idea and she's having trouble. Fancy Nancy Saturday night sleepover When Nancy's parents go away overnight, she and her little sister, JoJo, get to sleep over at Mrs. DeVine's house. JoJo is a little nervous about sleeping at someone else's house.

Luckily, Nancy is an expert on sleepovers and can help prepare her little sister. The big night arrives and JoJo and Nancy have a blast at Mrs. But, when it's time for bed, it turns out Nancy isn't as prepared as she thought. Good thing there is nothing better than a sister to make you feel better. Fancy Nancy series Any two titles read from this series can be included as official Challenge books; up to five more titles can be included as your personal choice books. Fancy Nancy stellar stargazer Fancy Nancy thinks that everything in the sky is simply stellar, from the sun and the moon to the stars and their constellations that's a fancy word for the shapes that stars make.

So, nothing could make her happier than a special sleepover under the stars with her dad and her little sister, JoJo. Together, they wish on stars, moon bathe and even eat astronaut ice cream. But, Fancy Nancy faces a real challenge when rain clouds cover up the stars. Fancy Nancy tea parties You're invited to join in the fun with hostess extraordinaire, Fancy Nancy.

With a little imagination, you too can create an exquisite tea party that is perfect for your friends and family. Fancy Nancy's favorite fancy words Fancy Nancy thinks that words are simply fascinating. She wonders why people say beautiful when there are fancy words like gorgeous and glamorous. Instead of hello, try bonjour, which is French and so much fancier. An umbrella will keep you dry but a parasol will make you feel like a Hollywood movie star.

Fancy Nancy: Oodles of kittens It is raining cats and dogs, when all of a sudden, Nancy hears a strange sound coming from outside! Nancy and Bree decide to investigate, and what do they find? Lo and behold! It's oodles of adorable kittens! Oodles is fancy for a lot.

After finding some of the kittens good homes, Nancy and Bree each get to keep one for themselves. That is until Nancys new kitten meets her posh pup, Frenchy. Will Nancys two pets ever get along? Will Nancy be able to love them both the same? Fancy Nancy: Ooh la la it's beauty day Fancy Nancy has created a super-deluxe beauty day for her mum's birthday. It's a pampering paradise, right in the backyard. With relaxing music, fragrant lotions, colourful nail polish and foamy mousse, Nancy gives her mum a total makeover.

She even treats her to sumptuous refreshments and special entertainment. But, suddenly, the pampering goes too far. Fancy Nancy: Sand castles and sand palaces It's the best day ever when Mum takes Fancy Nancy and her friends to the beach! They spend the whole day building the most magnificent sand palace imaginable, but when the tide comes in what will happen to their beautiful creation?

Join Nancy as she discovers how the beach is full of spectacular surprises! JoJo's a little nervous about sleeping away from home, but luckily big sister extraordinaire Nancy is there to put her mind at ease. Nancy is an expert at sleepovers. Fancy Nancy: splendiferous Christmas Christmas presents are so fancy. Presents with elegant wrapping paper, festive decorations, Christmas cookies with sprinkles. After all, there is no such thing as too much tinsel. Ooh la la.

This year, Nancy is especially excited about decorating the Christmas tree. She's bought a brand-new sparkly tree topper with her own money and has been waiting for Christmas to come. But, her plans may not be quite as splendiferous as Nancy imagines. Fancy Nancy: Super secret surprise party Shh! Fancy Nancy and her classmates are planning a surprise party -- that means it's top secret! Together Nancy and her friends prepare the treats and decorate the classroom for the party.

Everything has to be kept super secret. Even the cupcakes have a surprise inside! Will you be able to guess who the party is for? Fancy Nancy: The worst secret keeper ever JoJo is telling all Nancy's secrets-she just can't help it! Nancy begins to think she's the worst secret keeper ever. But when Bree comes over to watch a movie that only Nancy has seen before, Nancy realises it's very hard to keep a secret. Could it be that maybe JoJo isn't the worst secret keeper, after all? Fans of Fancy Nancy will delight in this sweet story about understanding and the love between siblings.

Fancy Nancy: Time for puppy school Ooh la la -- school starts soon! Fancy Nancy can't wait to go back, but she'll miss Frenchy very much. Nancy's loved playing with her favorite puppy all summer, but sometimes Frenchy can be a bit naughty. When she gets into trouble one too many times, the Clancys decide that it's time for Frenchy to go to school, too -- puppy school! But will Frenchy change her doggy ways?

He makes beautiful wings of paper and feathers, but never quite manages to fly. When he isn't preoccupied with his dream of flight and air, he scoops his son up and they play along the beach. He always returns to his dream until the day he is called up to war, never to return. His son decides to make his dream come true. Jack climbs the choko vine, the princess meets the cane toad, the Kangaroos Gruff outwits the bunyip under the bridge and Little Red Riding Hood is almost eaten by the dingo.

Father Koala's nursery rhymes Join Father Koala and his little mates as they romp through a selection of Aussie nursery rhymes. Little Miss Golden works on her Holden, Black Swan swims in an old billabong, Jack and Jill check boundary fences, Swaggie puts the billy on and we all have tea. Fearless When a baby is born, it's difficult to know whether it will grow up to be big or small or brave or scared of the dark and spiders. So, sometimes, babies get the wrong name. It's the same with dogs. When a new little puppy is named Fearless, it seems a good name for him.

Except that Fearless isn't. Fearless in love The only thing Fearless can remember his mother telling him is that life is much nicer if you love everyone. For Fearless, the act of loving things equates to devouring them, and loving everyone is much more complicated than he had imagined. Fearless must work out how to be a father and teach them everything he knows. But, not everything goes to plan. Fearsome five, The Toad, Rat, Bat, Hyena and Spider are anything but beautiful but the ugly outcasts learn that beauty comes in many guises.

Feathers for Phoebe Phoebe doesn't want to be ordinary. She wants to turn heads and be noticed. She wants to be fabulous. But, when Phoebe seeks the help of the outrageous and beautiful Zelda, her transformation leads to some unexpected results. Field full of horses, A A beautifully worded book for the horse crazy, with exquisite and accurate illustrations. A story that includes information on how a horse trots, canters, gallops and bucks, their diet and how they are groomed.

Fierce little woman and the wicked pirate, The The fierce little woman lived in a house at the end of a jetty. She knitted socks, played bagpipes, fished and swam. Sometimes, she was lonely. One stormy day, a wicked pirate came to her house on the jetty and tap-tapped on her window. Fiona the pig Fiona's parents wonder why she can't be more like them, that is, more like a pig. Fiona loves ballet, being clean and having tea parties with her dollies. Fiona's parents are desperate to find a solution to this baffling behaviour.

First book of the sea, A From the dust cover, end pages and secret illustrations on the front and back covers, whatever you love about the ocean this book of poetry will have it. The gorgeous illustrations will transport you from harbours and ships, to joyful days at the seaside, and the fascinating world below the waves. These poems use beautiful imagery to explore the mood of the sea. There is a large surprise to find in the centre. Fish for breakfast In possum hat and gumboots, Rebecca collects bait for her first fishing lesson, until a short-sighted sea-eagle spies her.

Suddenly, she is carried away. Brave, resourceful Rebecca must help the sea-eagle and still get home in time for breakfast. Each day when they wake up, they are more uncomfortable because the sofa keeps growing smaller. Or, so they believe. Sent off to war in the Pacific, Flapper is deep in the jungle on Manus Island, on patrol, when he has to evade enemy fire and deliver the message that will save the soldiers to whom Flapper has been assigned.

Flotsam A boy finds a box brownie at the beach. Inside are the photos of all the people who have found this camera in the past and the marine scenes they shot before leaving the camera behind. He can choose to do the same or keep the camera. Fly on the wall series Lots of fascinating information and annotated illustrations about everyday life.

Fly, kite, fly A search for a red-tailed bird leads a young boy to meet with a famous artist. He finds not only what he is looking for but also a friend, in the great Leonardo da Vinci. Fox and fine feathers The various birds of the forest floor, Lyrebird, Coucal, Pitta and Nightjar, have very different feather colours and sounds but they look out for danger and warn each other. When a hungry fox comes looking for food, only plain, dull Nightjar is watching. Frank in time The hero is now looking at history - by going back in time. A day in the local museum can be quite surprising! Frank encounters mummies, dinosaurs, Isaac Newton and some very interesting hair styles.

Frankencrayon The costumes are made, the roles are cast and the pages are all set. But, then, disaster strikes. Someone has scribbled on the page. This picture book is cancelled. Free diving Leaving his family and country behind, a young man joins a crew of a pearl lugger to gather valuable pearl shell. Free diving with no protective suit, he risks his life with every descent. Free to a good home The Smith children collect an old lady from the shops and bring her home. Nobody notifies the police that she is missing and Mr and Mrs Smith need to decide whether she will become their Granny.

Smith also happens to be her last name. Frida Kahlo and the bravest girl in the world When Marianna goes to Frida Kahlo's house to be painted by the famous Mexican artist, she is scared. The beautiful lady keeps exotic pets and she's heard that Frida keeps a skeleton in her bedroom. But, as Frida paints Marianna, their friendship grows. Frida talks about her life while Marianna discovers how love, determination and courage can give you wings to fly. Friends of Emily Culpepper, The Emily is a witch of sorts.

She loves talking to her friends so she miniaturises them into jars. That way she can talk to them whenever she wishes. Gastronauts Sally Tinker is the world's greatest inventor under the age of But when her baby brother Joe swallows her greatest invention to date Sally and her genius biologist friend Charlie will have to shrink themselves to a size small enough to delve deep into the bowels of baby Joe to recover it.

But will they be able to find it and if they do, how are they ever to get back home? Funny and smart this book will gross you out, crack you up and teach you stuff all at the same time! Gecko Welcome to the world of Gecko. He warms up on the sunbaked rocks in the evening before hunting for food. A cockroach makes a yummy snake. Watch out! A hawk is hunting! An exciting introduction to one of the most varied species of lizard on the planet. Gentle giant octopus An information book about a gentle, giant octopus searching for a safe place to lay her eggs.

Discover how she uses her tentacles, why she squirts her ink and the care she takes to guard her babies. Geronimo and Thea Stilton series Any two titles read from this series can be included as official Challenge books; up to five more titles can be included as your personal choice books. The only solution is to replace the engine's batteries by tracking down a rare element.

When a group of mysterious aliens claim they can help, Geronimo is relieved. But are the aliens as friendly as they seem? Ghost of Miss Annabel Spoon, The No matter what hour, she lurked looking sour, be it midnight or mid-afternoon. Her dresses were shabby, her mood always crabby. Her name was Miss Annabel Spoon. The ghost of Miss Annabel Spoon haunts the people of Twee their every waking hour and they've had enough.

But, one day, the brave and practical young Herbert Kettle has a most extraordinary idea. Giants Sweet Pea and Boogaloo are out in the forest when Sweet Pea asks if giants look just like them, only bigger. Boogaloo knows that they're entirely different. Sweet Pea asks if giants are kind but Boogaloo has his negative opinions here too. It takes an ill-advised kick for Boogaloo to realise that giants are just like me and you, only bigger.

Gift, The All the kids in the town followed the Pied Piper into the mountain but one was left behind. This is the story of that child. Gilbert Gilbert is a great, big scaredy-cat. You can't blame him as he was taken from his mother before his eyes were even open and spent his childhood inside a paper bag. He is frightened of just about everything, except paper bags. Gilbert goes outside Gilbert is an inside cat who is determined not to go outside until his owner puts him out against his will.

Gina the dancing queen Gina is a giraffe who desperately wants to dance but she always gets tangled up when she tries. With plenty of determination, Gina joins the Rhythms Dance School. Ginger McFlea will not clean her teeth Ginger McFlea refuses to clean her teeth, no matter what any of her family says or does. A visit to the dentist and a call to the tooth fairy change her mind, with amazing results. Give me a home among the gum trees Australian animals join together to bring to life this classic Australian song about a home amongst the gum trees.

Glasshouse, The Clara's glasshouse world is perfect, growing perfect pumpkins in her pure and flawless home. A stranger arrives and the precious world begins to change. Gloria's voice Gloria Steinem is known as a leader of the feminist movement and a trailblazer who fights for equality for all people. This unofficial biography for young readers tells her story, from being a young girl with big dreams to her inspiring travels in India to the launch of Ms.

Gloria's message of believing in yourself and following your dreams will inspire a whole new generation. Goblin and the empty chair, The In a time long past, in a land far away, a family has suffered an unspeakable loss. Their lives are full of grief and hard work. But, a lonely goblin, a hermit from the world, has been watching. And he knows what to do to help them heal with acts of unnoticed kindness. Little does he know that he is being watched. God is A book that helps to explain spirituality to the very young.

It provides a general look at where God is in all the things that make up a young child's life such as friendship, love, play, family and nature. Good enough for a sheep station As a boy, the author, David Cox, lived on a sheep station in the dusty outback of Queensland. His lessons came in a brown envelope but, out of doors, his dad was his teacher. David learned the stockman's skills of breaking in and riding horses, mustering sheep and cattle, and how to survive the hardships of drought. When they were out riding, his father would tell interesting stories about old times and characters.

Gracie and Josh Gracie and Josh are brother and sister who laugh, play and fight, but they also face a sad world where someone is sick and there are good days and bad days in their family. Grandfather's war, My Sarah loves spending time with her Grandpa, but she knows there is a part of his life that makes him sad. When he was a young man he fought in the Vietnam War. Sarah wants to find out more and her Grandpa shares a story of bravery and friendship, and what impact war has on everyone. Grandfather's wrinkles As Lucy's fingers trace each crease on her Grandad's lined face, she wants to know why Grandad's skin doesn't fit anymore.

He tells her what joyful event caused each wrinkle to appear. Grandma's week off Grandma wakes up one Monday morning and decides to do something more exciting than make marmalade. An incredible week of adventure follows, culminating in a trip to the moon. Grandpa Through Blake's eyes, Grandpa is revealed as a real pain in the neck.

He took over Blake's room, left ash and tobacco everywhere and told boring stories. Grandpa was also really good at mending stuff and he could create wonders out of horseshoe nails. Grandpa Green Grandpa Green wasn't always a gardener. He was a farmboy, a kid with chickenpox, a soldier and, most of all, an artist. Follow Grandpa Green's great-grandson into the garden he created, a fantastic world where memories are handed down in the fanciful shapes of topiary trees, and imagination recreates things forgotten.

Great Australian yarns series Any two titles read from this series can be included as official Challenge books; up to five more titles can be included as your personal choice books. Great bear, The Year after year, a dancing circus bear spends her days in a cage and her nights perfoming for a crowd. The bear longs for freedom. Great lizard trek, The Rocky, an ornate dragon, lives on the granite rocks in the southwest of Australia.

His ancestors have lived in this hot environment for around 10 million years, and for more than 60, years, they have lived alongside Indigenous Australians. Rocky's habitat is under threat, and his desert relatives in the north are facing challenges due to rising temperatures. Using his knowledge of Indigenous culture and language, along with Western science, The Great Lizard Trek follows Rocky in his journey to see what the future may bring.

Great race, The Lever Lapin is a world famous runner, living a celebrity lifestyle. Nate Tortoise is a simple fellow, who just wants to eat in peace at his favourite restaurant. Fed up with Lever's bragging and the intrusion into his life, Nate is overheard muttering that he could beat Lever in a race. So, the challenge is on. Great white man-eating shark, The Norvin, inspired by his own small, sharkish eyes and sharp, sharkish teeth, decides to impersonate a great white man-eating shark so he can have the sea to himself.

His plan comes unstuck when a female shark takes a fancy to him. Greatest treasure of Charlemagne the King, The Charlemagne can have whatever he desires, but nothing interests him. He values learning to read far more than the cavalcade of treasures presented for his interest. Greek hero See life in Ancient Greece with Agathon, a hoplite soldier, who boards a ship bound for home after battle. He is taken under the wing of the merchant, Lykon, who sees potential in the strong, young warrior.

Eventually, Agathon marries Lykon's daughter and later competes in the Olympics. Growing frogs When a mother brings her daughter to a pond to collect some frog spawn, the little girl isn't sure what to expect. Day after day she checks on the jelly-like bubbles until the black dots in their centres turn into slippery tadpoles, and then keep on changing.

Guji-Guji The delightful story of a very different, ugly duckling who learns to be very happy with who he is. Hairy-nosed wombats find a new home, The Based on a true story in Queensland, a colony of wonderfully hairy-nosed wombats decide to move homes. But could there ever be another home to make them happy. Hamid's story With his mother, ten year old Hamid flees Eritrea to escape the war and the government threats to his family. In his own words, Hamid reveals the hardships and suffering experienced by refugees, trying to rebuild their lives.

With little understanding of the language and culture in a new country, Hamid's life is very challenging. Even when things start to get easier, the horrors of the war are never far from his thoughts. Hansel and Gretel A faithful retelling of this famous, dark fairytale but with unique, modern illustrations. Happy birthday to you, you belong in a zoo That meanie, Lewis, always teases Gilbert at school.

When Gilbert receives an invitation to Lewis's birthday party, Gilbert goes, armed with a cheerful grin, a brightly wrapped package and a plan to get even for Lewis's rotten behaviour. But, this birthday has a much bigger surprise in store for Gilbert. Happy Birthday Winnie Cousin Cuthbert's magical trumpet almost ruins the amazing garden party that Winnie is throwing for herself to celebrate her birthday. Winnie must find all her disappearing guests and pull some other magic out of the bag. But, when the unthinkable happens, Harry must learn to say goodbye to his mate.

Harry Highpants People in the town have always worn their pants at different heights. Some wear them low, some a little high and, in Harry Highpants' case, very high. It hasn't been a problem until Roy Bland decides to stand for council and wants everyone to wear their pants the same, 'normal' way.

The town is divided and into the battle comes Harry Highpants.

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Heart of the tiger A boy inherits a toy tiger who shares his experiences of a different world where there were trees. The boy comes to experience a new and vibrant world and learns about destruction of environments, aging, wisdom and new beginnings. Hello, Sydney Explore 15 of Sydney's most iconic locations with the help of six cheeky seagulls on this look-and-find adventure. From Taronga Zoo to Bondi Beach, there are delightful quirks of the city to spot on each page as well as fun facts to discover.

Herbert the brave sea dog Everybody loved Herbert, a small dog, but the person who loved him most was his owner, Tim. One day, Herbert set off on a boat trip with Tim's father but the short journey soon turned into the biggest adventure of Herbert's life. A true story of a remarkable dog's voyage at sea. Here in the garden As the seasons change, a boy shares the magic of his garden with a special friend. Herman and Rosie This is a tale about a big city, hotdogs and music.

It's a tale of ringing on rooftops and it's the tale of Herman and Rosie. Hermelin the detective mouse Hermelin is a special little mouse.

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He was born in a box of cheese and lives in an attic at 33 Offley Street. He can read books and type notes on his typewriter. Most importantly, Hermelin can solve mysteries and the people of Offley Street are in need of a detective. Hey cat Mouse is sure that cat supports his daring and creative lifestyle.

But all is not what it seems. A rollicking cat-and-mouse story with a twist or two in the tale. Hidden forest, The Striking collages, set above and below the water level off the coast of Tasmania, tell the story of Ben, a rather thoughtless boy, who sets out to catch as many fish as he can. Unexpectedly, Ben learns the value of marine life communities. Hole, The If you were walking through the woods and a hole you came upon, would you stop and take a look?

Or simply carry on? Home in the sky Light, a white pigeon, flies away and is lost in the city of New York. He is rescued by a young boy but Light must return to his real owner, Mike, to be free to fly. The story is illustrated with Jeannie Baker's beautiful collages. Horrible Harriet Horrible Harriet lives in the roof of the school. She is mean and nasty and the other children are scared of her. When Athol Egghead arrives in a hot-air balloon, he is her first friend.

Horrible Harriet is one in a million, even that's one too many. How cities work From the cities to the skyscrapers- reveal the secret workings of the city. Lift the flaps to see what is inside buildings and unfold pages to find out what's going on above your head and under your feet. It's the city like you have never seen before.

How did I get here? The unauthorised biography of you, and the story of all of us. Charting from the Big Bang to birth, Philip Bunting takes us on a journey back to the start of time in about the time it takes to eat your breakfast! A hilarious, and beautifully illustrated book, designed to raise more questions than it answers. How does my home work? Flick a switch Press a button Turn the tap Take a drink from the fridge Just how do all these clever things happen in your home?

Go on a fascinating journey, behind the walls and under the floor of this home to find out about the energy that makes it all work.