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Author: Garth Nix
Publisher: Pymble, NSW ; New York, NY : HarperCollins e-books, 2008.
ISBNISSN: 9780007279159, 0007279159
Genre: Electronic books, Fantasy fiction, Fiction, Juvenile works, Juvenile fiction
Responsibility: Lady Friday
Edition: eBook : Document : Elementary and junior high school : Fiction : English
West Creek wet camp --
My hometown --
Boyhood friends --
Roundup time at Dempsey Creek --
Ora Hendricks' raspberry patch --
Hawthorne fishing hole --
Teaching Press a lesson --
Lava Hot Springs Elementary --
The Beula Lake Scouts --
Camping at Garden Creek --
Walking the point --
Breaking the Benson colt --
The horse bite --
Potato war of '53 --
Lew Johnson's coffee --
The old metal toboggan --
The toughest dog in town --
Snotty bombs and other explosive devices --
The Walt Garthon takedown --
Crystal Springs shortcut --
The 24-mile Scout camp --
The Greek Alley shortcut --
Deer hunters --
School bus sabotage --
Milking pleasures --
The lost lunch --
The Lauri Jo Miracle. A collection of stories about growing up in Lava Hot Springs, Idaho, in the 1950s. Sharing his adventures of friendship, fishing, horseback riding, camping, and mischief making, the author makes Lava come alive as we meet Bo and Press and Till, Bake and Eggs, the mammoth bully Walt Garthon, and the dread teacher Mrs. Frankstein. Translation of Lutte armée en Afrique. Cover title. pt. 1. Philosophy as dialogue. Becoming authentically human : the consciousness of dialogue / Maurice Friedman --
Sharing the narrow ridge : Maurice Friedman and Martin Buber / Richard Stanton--
Meaning and non-meaning : Maurice Friedman's dialogue with existentialism / John-Raphael Staude --
pt. 2. Literature as dialogue. The poetics of dialogue : the human image / Maurice Friedman --
Maurice Friedman's dialogue with religion and literature / Pat Boni --
Interior dialogue and the human image / Kenneth P. Kramer --
pt. 3. Religion as dialogue. Religion and the religions : touchstones of reality / Maurice Friedman --
Encountering the ineffable : Maurice Friedman's dialogue with God / Donald Moore --
Maurice Friedman's dialogue with Asian religions / Nathan Katz --
You are my witnesses : Maurice Friedman and Abraham Joshua Heschel / Harold Kasimow --
Touchstones of reality : understanding genocide and the absence of dialogue / Royal E. Alsup --
Strelisk / Elie Wiesel --
Strelisk, introduced by a dialogue on Hasidism between Elie Wiesel and Maurice Friedman --
pt. 4. Psychotherapy as dialogue. Healing through meeting : dialogical psychotherapy : the seminal influence of Maurice Friedman / Richard Hycner --
Engagement : the strict sacrament of dialogue / Barbara R. Krasner --
Studying communication, confirmation, and dialogue : in dialogue with Maurice Friedman / Kenneth N. Cissna --
Conclusion. Confirmation through conflict? Some questions for the dialogue of touchstones/ Paul F. Knitter --
Conflict in the dialogue of the touchstones : Response to Paul F Knitter / Maurice Friedman. Ants, collectives and impulses --
Plato and Aristotle : historical playmakers --
Bishops and kings --
The Renaissance : prelude to freedom --
Enlightenment and Reformation --
Hegel and Kierkegaard : the state and the self --
Romanticism and individualism --
Existentialism : a moment of freedom --
Self-negation and determinism --
The national community --
Communitarianism and its skeptics --
Humanocracy : the future ant-hill? Previous edition: published as by Judith Cipolla, Dorothy Benson McGowan and Mary Ann Yanulis. 1992. "Including Annapolis, the Eastern Shore and Northern Virginia"--Cover.
"This insider's guide covers 1,155 of the best places to eat in and around Washington, DC, and Baltimore, including Annapolis, the Eastern Shore and Northern Virginia.
Includes indexes. "A project of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA)." Part I. Free ride --
Cultivation --
Trapeze --
The only thing --
Peruvian --
Women waving to trees --
The writer --
No snow --
Room, pool, piano --
Talk --
Part II. Sand/dollars --
Looking up monster and getting confused --
Interval with Kook --
Debonair --
Forecast --
Coming to that --
A note from the rock --
All Hallows' Eve --
My friend --
At the seaside --
Cedar Fork --
Part III. Tresses --
To the rescue --
For instance --
Artspeak --
Never mind --
Lucky --
Wisdom tinged with joy --
Visit --
Waiting --
Out of the wind --
Zero --
Artist, once. "In this second daring collection, Coming to That, the centenarian painter and poet Dorothea Tanning illuminates our understanding of creativity, the impulse to make, and the longevity of art. Her unique wit and candor radiate through every poem, every line, and her inquisitive mind is everywhere alive and restless."--Publisher's website.