Eduarda Aivara dzejoļu krājums “Parādības” ir dzejnieka devītais krājums, kurā apkopoti un sakārtoti pēdējo piecu gadu laikā tapušie dzejoļi. Laiks nestāv uz vietas. Dažs cilvēks sakrītas, dažs piebriest, dažs uzkumpst, dažs sportodams staltāks top. Vecās drānas vairs neder, un jāmeklē atkal no jauna. Dzejoļu krājums “Parādības” rāda, ka atkal ir izdevies atrast izteiksmi, kas der kā uzlieta. Dzejas forma netraucē, to pat it kā nemaz nemana, un lasītāju tieši apņem gan īsta brieduma skaidrība, gan joprojām jauneklīgā spēja ļauties brīnumiem, gan rimta dzīves nenovēršamā traģisma apjausma. Jānis Elsbergs Savukārt autors norāda: “”Parādībās” esmu ievērojis savu kompozīcijas principu, radot kulminācijas ar satura un māksliniecisko izteiksmes līdzekļu palīdzību. Arī šajā grāmatā būtisku vietu ieņem dzejoļi ar gariem virsrakstiem, mans jaunievedums. Šādas formas dzejoļiem nav analogu ne tikai šeit, bet arī, cik man zināms, citur pasaulē.”
BFF, that's what Cara thought until Page began her attack Blindsided by Page's new attitued towards her Cara only can do what she feels is best when a friend is mad, give them space and let them come back when their ready. Cara soon learns Page will come back, but only to hurt her more. The bullying Cara endures in her last year of school has cost her her right to graduate. Forced to leave school as Page's personal war now involves the whole school. Cara is left one joy in her life- cooking.
Cara find sheltered in her cupcakes and her father finds profits. Encourged by her father Cara openes a cupcake shop. Page will not leave Cara alone, Cara was alone, until her brother and Greg comes back.
Greg, Page's brother has become Cara's support group. Cara can't help the feelings she has for Greg. She is happy he has the same feelings but she knows her own brother Chris does not agree about the relationship and Page makes her feelings known as she tries to run them over.
2011 Silver Medal Winner for Humor, from the Independent Publisher's Awards. Bad Science: A Brief History of Bizarre Misconceptions, Totally Wrong Conclusions, and Incredibly Stupid Theories takes a humorous look at bloodletting, alchemy, quack devices, the worship of meteorites, faked data, secret testing on people, and all kinds of really ridiculous ideas. From the ancient Greeks to the present, the history of science has been fraught with persecution, fraud, and ignorance on a massive scale--but that doesn't mean we can't laugh about it!
"It’s never too late to follow your passion.
Miriam Kam Weisbrod’s resolute desire to publish her poems developed later in life. Now at the tender age of 95, after writing over 200 poems, her wish has come true. Miriam began writing thirty years ago after her husband died. Writing kept her busy and helped her deal with the loneliness and uncertainty of being widowed after forty years of marriage. The secret to her long life, she says, is having a passion for something and a positive attitude: “Many opportunities are waiting for you / And only you can make them come true.” Miriam beckons us to look at the world the way she sees it, full of beauty and wonder. She shares her love for life with us, in her poems: “Old Man Time, you tricked us / But still, we’re glad you picked us.” Miriam’s poems help us realize how lucky we are to be given this miracle of life and the gift of living it surrounded by the beauty of nature. “To write, you have to be a bit of a dreamer.” This book opens the door to that dream. "
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