Whispers in the Wind

A heart-warming animal ADVENTURE story about friendship, family and belonging, for 5 to 9 year-olds ★★★★★ "Charming, beautiful, magical!" ★★★★★ "Beautifully written and illustrated.

Author: Deanna Dewey

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ISBN: 0957694105

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A heart-warming animal ADVENTURE story about friendship, family and belonging, for 5 to 9 year-olds ★★★★★ "Charming, beautiful, magical!" ★★★★★ "Beautifully written and illustrated." Worlds collide when Dal, a boy who can talk to animals, meets Whisper, a strange girl, at forbidden Forest Farm. But Dal's best friend, a brave white stag called Treon, is convinced the girl is not all she seems. Neemis, the bossy hare, wants control of the forest. He enlists the help of other animals - determined to stop the new friends from finding out the truth! Can the three friends finally uncover all the secrets and the mystery the forest has been hiding - in time to avoid the terrible danger that awaits? Ideal book to help children with reading as it covers all the words in a school syllabus for this age group. A story of friendship - and finding where you truly belong. Themes include: - * Friendship * Family * Loneliness * Being different ★★★★★ "A lovely well written book. Definitely will be sharing and recommending to my teacher friends." ★★★★★ "Bought for my 9 year old niece - who loved it." ★★★★★ "Fantastic read... look forward to more adventures with Dal and Whisper." ★★★★★ "Has all the elements that children love in a book; adventure, danger, and talking animals, plus a happy ending."

Whispers in the Wind

Riley is a twenty-two-year-old nurse who recently moved back in with her father, who is a travel surgeon, and brother, who is an emergency room doctor.

Author: Sarah Clark

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781796019827

Category: Fiction

Page: 246

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Riley is a twenty-two-year-old nurse who recently moved back in with her father, who is a travel surgeon, and brother, who is an emergency room doctor. Riley is learning to live without fear after getting out of an abusive relationship. Liam continues to stalk her and assault her until she becomes brave enough to face him with the help of Erik, an OB doctor who becomes her boyfriend and helps her through all this, among other things in life.

Whispers in the Wind

Her skin was silken to the touch And in her hand she seemed to clutch The flow upon her auburn hair Like dreams that float upon the air. She bade me take a milky seed To plant in Whispers in the Wind 61 The Whispering Silence.

Author: David Rogers

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462867271

Category: Poetry

Page: 73

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This collection of poetry is an eclectic mix of sonnets, rondeaus, villanelles, cinquains, nonets, free verse, and much more. This is poetry that speaks to the mind as well as the heart. Like a treasure trove, there is a little something for everyone here...

Whispers in the Wind

... alive The hug of my grandchild tells me I am alive The wind in my face tells me I am alive The color of a rainbow ... of my name whispered from your lips The color of your hair glistens warmth Hope Butterflies Fireflies little ones ...

Author: Jahn Michael

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462827586

Category: Poetry

Page: 210

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The dreams, the pain, the longing, the alone, the fears, the abuse, the love, the forgiveness of the survivor. The beauty, the strength, the memories of ordinary people in our lives. A homeless woman and her friends who abandoned her. A young man who cannot leave his room for fear. A "special" friend who whispers he did not think "special" was a good thing. Poems telling a story of fear, love, hatred, abuse, mental illness, depression, homelessness, the pain of loss, and the beauty of the invisible around us.

Whispers in the Wind

Large chunks of ice rain down on the earth, Causing havoc for all they are worth. Strong winds are allowed to become a twister. We're longing to hear God's voice, just a whisper! God's Voice His voice sounds like music to my ears,

Author: Edna Anderson Cooper

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781664237377

Category: Poetry

Page: 44

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God began to speak to her in visions, dreams and daily events which inspired her through the Holy Spirit to write what was given to her through poems. Some of these poems were “birthed” out of the storms and experiences that she has gone through. Her prayer is that you receive a “gift” as you read each poem. Also, her prayer is that you will read the poems and they will act as a “balm” to heal your pain and encourage you to accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of your life!

Whispers on the Wind

The United States and her Allies were closing in from the air, land and sea with hard fought battle after battle with a swelling whisper on the Indochina winds of a coming dragon. Captain Barny Barnstead's “painted dragon” had no direct ...

Author: Mike Hatfield

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781796021394

Category: Fiction

Page: 1020

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Whispers on the Wind follows five families from 1873 into the twentieth century. A young Zeke Martin follows his uncle Lemuel into the West to escape a bitter family feud fueled by the bigotry of the Civil War. His youthful inexperience in life is soon expanded when a group of Crow warriors gives him a captive Sioux Indian woman. Little Walking Buffalo Woman, along with a jealous young Sioux girl, Looks at the Sky, will lead him through the door of manhood. Together, they will face mysteries, adventures, and an onslaught of strangers who will change the West forever. Follow Deputy Marshal Ethan Bullock on his quest for a murdering madman across the West and the Indian Nations. Catherine Bullock is a spoiled, narcissistic daughter arriving in the twentieth century learning nothing from her many trails. Eagle’s Nest House with its dark shadows and deadly supernatural secrets will enslave her selfish soul. Only the Cherokee mystic, Eloise Demmia, knows of the horrors lurking within its walls. Come join them through decades and generations on their journey through time and mystery. This is based on real people and events. This book includes a three book series.

Whispers in the Wind

In the weeks that followed, the March winds howled, and it seemed they were whispering to the trees that moved to and fro like a carefully orchestrated ballet. The bitter cold seemed to creep into the very depths of one's soul.

Author: Carol Gentry Allen

Publisher: Covenant Books, Inc.

ISBN: 9781638148692

Category: Religion

Page: 284

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Katy Gray is a student in college when her parents are suddenly killed in a car crash. In order to continue her education, she has to borrow money. When an opportunity is offered for her to pay back the loans and the rest of her education, she readily accepts. Little did she dream how it would change her life. She was sent to student teach in the Appalachian Mountains, a place she hated and found its people strange. She was bitter toward God for taking her parents and blamed Him for her unhappiness. She befriended a young doctor and preacher who felt their purpose was to work in the place Katy hated. Katy had not counted on a small boy to help her believe in God again. Through him and the mountain people, she learned love and forgiveness. She needed to find God’s purpose for her life and how she felt about the preacher and the doctor.

Whispers in the Wind Shouts in the Storm

Sometimes I shout to You in the storm, and sometimes I whisper in the wind, but whether I shout or whisper, Lord, I feel Your presence with meas my friend. Sometimes life really hurts, Lord, and it is filled with heartache and pain.

Author: Anna Beth Fore

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781490899855

Category: Religion

Page: 188

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Emphasizing a persons relationship with God, Whispers in the Wind, Shouts in the Storm offers a collection of poems that communicates a message of hope and inspiration that God is always present for his children. Author Beth Fore offers whispers in the wind poems as prayers of praise, thanksgiving, reflection, and appreciation of God in nature and in relationships, and she explores themes of Jesus and the Holy Spirit and mans relationship to them. She also shares shouts in the storm poems as a result of the difficulties and challenges in life. Many of the selections are paired with relevant scripture to encourage further Bible study. In Whispers in the Wind, Shouts in the Storm Fore conveys the message that Christians have a God who is creative, powerful, and faithful. He desires a relationship with his children, and we have the privilege and honor to worship him, honor him, and pray to him at any time and under any circumstance.

Whispers in the Wind

Where will the wind blow next?

Author: Al Lacy

Publisher: Multnomah

ISBN: 9780307564238

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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Where will the wind blow next? New York City, 1871. Fourteen-year-old Dane Weston comes home to an empty apartment. A gang of teenage boys has murdered his family, shattering his dream of becoming a doctor. Driven to the streets with other homeless waifs, Dane’s new occupation is begging for food. Worse things await—misunderstandings, imprisonment, and separation from his pretty orphan friend, Tharyn. The gentle breezes of the country seem worlds away, but still they sigh the poor boy’s name. . .

Whispers on the Wind

Inheriting the haunted estate of Cornwall, Belinda Latham encounters the sensual and restless ghost of the late Maximillian Radborne, who fills her nights with passion, and she is torn when the local vicar asks her to marry him. Original.

Author: Donna Fletcher

Publisher: Jove Publications

ISBN: 0515120294

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

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Inheriting the haunted estate of Cornwall, Belinda Latham encounters the sensual and restless ghost of the late Maximillian Radborne, who fills her nights with passion, and she is torn when the local vicar asks her to marry him. Original.

Whispers in the Wind

Whispers in the Wind introduces a new kind of detective hero in Sunny Davis, a smart and tough investigator who solves cases with equal parts deductive logic, psychic perception and spiritual intuition, in a story that portrays grief, ...

Author: Veronica Giolli

Publisher: Linden Publishing

ISBN: 9781610353472

Category: Fiction

Page: 228

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A friend’s suspicious death brings a Native American investigator back home to the reservation, where she faces a puzzling mystery and family conflict. Fraud investigator Sunny Davis returns to her childhood home, an Indian reservation in Nevada, for her best friend Gina’s funeral, and she finds that nothing is what it seems. Sunny can’t believe that Gina would shoot herself in front of her young children. Gina’s family is disengaged and evasive. And when Sunny receives a psychic vision of Gina’s brutal death and senses that Gina’s spirit is contacting her, she becomes determined to find the truth. Sunny’s investigation leads her deep into a complex mystery, her tribal culture’s spiritual beliefs, and the secrets that tore apart Gina’s family and threaten her own. Whispers in the Wind introduces a new kind of detective hero in Sunny Davis, a smart and tough investigator who solves cases with equal parts deductive logic, psychic perception and spiritual intuition, in a story that portrays grief, courage, and compelling insights into Native American families.

Whispers in the Wind

This collection of poetry is her response to her varied experiences, epiphanies and personal observations.

Author: Jeanine Allison

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ISBN: 0759671362

Category: Poetry

Page: 176

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Whispers in the Wind is a song of serenity and solitude by poet Jeanine Allison, whose fascination with images and journeys of the soul are based on spiritual pursuits, life in the Mediterranean and worldwide travels. This collection of poetry is her response to her varied experiences, epiphanies and personal observations. She captures images of the game', candles, many kinds of roads, webs, mirrors, lovers and most significantly cats all of which abound in rhyming couplets and free verse in both short and longer poems. Readers will enjoy Jeanine's simple conversational style, which is strongly influenced by Robert Frost and Walt Whitman, for she is often at one with nature's sights and sounds, echoes and alliteration.