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Three young people--Arthur, Warren, and Junie Moon--have each been marked tragically by life. They decide to pool their meager resources and face the world together. This is an off-beat play about off-beat people and their adventures are sad and happy, comic and tragic.
TELL ME THE NAMES OF YOUR FRIENDS... is the story of Lee Sturgeon Day's year without a voice told through letters she exchanged with friends. Her previous book, A SLICE OF LIFE describes healing cancer through anthroposophic medicine and therapies 20 years ago. Praise for A SLICE OF LIFE. "As with all works of true imagination, we are taken into something universal...through this telling, we are invited to see a new vision - spiritual life is no longer to be found in the secluded monastic life, nor the temple, nor the church, but through the way in which we take up our deepest afflictions." Dr. Robert Sardello, author and director of the School of Spiritual Psychology. "An inspiration to cancer patients and enjoyable reading for anyone with or without cancer. Lee Sturgeon Day engages the big questions and life's trivial absurdities with equal vigor, captivating the reader with rare courage, wisdom and rollicking good humor." Lois Robbins, author of Waking Up in the Age of Creativity. In TELL ME THE NAMES OF YOUR FRIENDS, readers are treated to the courage, wisdom and compassion of Lee's many friends.
"Jam-packed with scary chills." --Booklist The most hated woman in Savannah, Georgia, is about to be set free. Twenty years ago, beautiful Blondell O'Henry was convicted of murdering her eldest daughter, Amity, and wounding her two other children. The prosecution argued that Blondell wanted to be rid of them to be with her lover. But Blondell's son has now recanted his crucial testimony. . . "Absolutely tension filled. . .Jackson is on top of her game." --Suspense Magazine Reporter Nikki Gillette is determined to get the truth, and this time it's personal. Amity was her childhood friend. The night she died, Amity begged Nikki to meet with her, insisting she had a secret to tell, but Nikki didn't go. Now Nikki's fiancé, Detective Pierce Reed, worries for her safety. Because somehow, the events of that tragic night connect to Nikki's own fractured family. "Jackson shows a mastery of the true-crime thriller formula that will please fans." --Kirkus Reviews Is Amity's murderer still at large, or is there a new, darker danger? Soon Nikki will discover what really happened two decades ago, but the answers may come too late to save her life. . .
The unofficial town motto is "Nothing bad ever happens in Rosemont" where twelve-year-old Anna has come to stay with her grandmother, Mim, hoping to forget her worries about her parents' troubled marriage. She'll be busy with the town's annual Flower Festival, a celebration with floats and bands that requires weeks of preparations. But before long, Anna finds herself involved in a very big problem. When she observes a girl her own age who seems to be being held against her will, Anna can't forget the girl's frightened eyes and she is determined to investigate. "When you see something, say something" she's been told—but what good does it do to speak if no one will listen? Luckily, a take-charge girl like Anna is not going to give up. Told with Joan Bauer's trademark mixture of humor and heart, Tell Me will enthrall her many fans and win her new ones.
Represents a scholarly and ambitious attempt to improve the quality of interviews received by the courts and minimize the risks of miscarriages of justice, for victims and defendants This book updates the previous review of research on children’s testimony—reexamining and readdressing how the quality of information provided by young witnesses is affected by the way they are questioned. Drawing upon both experimental and field studies conducted in different countries, it summarizes evidence supporting the effectiveness of the National Institute for Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Protocol and showcases the Protocol’s superiority over other current interviewing techniques for eliciting detailed and forensically useful content from child complainants. Written with both child protection professionals and researchers in mind, Tell Me What Happened: Questioning Children About Abuse offers advice and opinions drawn from actual investigative interviews as well as academic research. Its insightful chapters cover: children’s testimony; interview and questioning strategies; how investigators typically interview alleged victims; the NICHD Investigative Interview Protocols; the impact that following the Protocol has on interviews and children’s responses; interviewing victims under the age of six; interviewing children with developmental disabilities; using tools and props to complement the Protocol; training and maintaining good interviewing practices; and more. Provides a primary source of guidance practitioners and professionals involved in child protection Updates guidance for interviewers by adding consideration of emotional and motivational factors to better understand children’s behavior during interviews Integrates the substantial body of research published over the last decade and reflects upon questions that the field should continue to address Tell Me What Happened: Questioning Children About Abuse deserves to be read by all practitioners involved in child protection, whether as investigators, interviewers, judges, or lawyers.
Experience life in the Old West. Travel to Costa Rica. Find out about life in Tehran before the fall of the Shah. Spanning the world, this eclectic collection of memoirs, travel diaries, love stories, and poems provides an interesting look into a variety of experiences. From the 1800s to the present, the anecdotes in this diverse collection both entertain and educate. Written with clear and distinct voices, the narratives share "top gun" tales from World War I and II and the Korean War, tell of Old West ranch experiences, and report on a one-of-kind journey in the late 1800s with 900 sheep from New Mexico to Alaska's gold fields. Compiled from a variety of writers by Jeanne Wilkins Wilde, author of Lavinia, the selections provide a unique glimpse into both the past and the present. Many of the writers have since passed away, but through Tell Me About ... their stories live on.
An in-depth musical analysis and cultural history of the Beatles focuses on its music, presenting a discography that covers each song and album to reveal the band's true innovations and artistic impact. Reprint.
Amber Scott should be enjoying life as a college freshman. She should be pursuing her dream of becoming a veterinarian. She should be working hard to make sense of her precalculus math class. She shouldn't be waking up her college roommate with screaming nightmares. She shouldn't be flashing back, reliving the three weeks of hell she barely survived last year. And she definitely shouldn't be spending time with sexy player Marcus Reid. But engineering student Marcus is the only one keeping Amber from failing her math course, so she grudgingly lets him into her life. She never expects the king of hookups will share his painful past. Or that she'll tell him her secrets in return, opening up and trusting him in a way she thought she'd never be able to again. When their fragile future together is threatened by a stalker Amber thought was locked away for good, Marcus is determined to protect her—and Amber is determined to protect Marcus…even if that means pushing him away. 85,000 words