books about: olive
Olive Kitteridge: Fiction
Random House, 2008
A Delightful Read
Olive Kitteridge is a collection of stories bound together by the figure of Olive, a powerful, unbending woman who victimizes her husband and alienates her only son. The stories cover a period of 30+ years and depict the central moments in the lives of Olive and her neighbors, inhabitants of Crosby, Maine. This book is an exploration of the topics of life and death, the loneliness we ...
Holy Bible, American Standard Version (ASV)
Packard Technologies, 2007
Translation being what it is, this book is very well put together. It has nice links to each book of the Bible and then to each chapter. It took me less than 10 seconds to look up John 3:16.
The Magic Touch: How to make $100,000 per year as a Massage Therapist; simple and effective business, ...
Meagan R. Holub
Olive Vine Press
Inspirational and very helpful
I have been in the Massage and Energywork industry since 1995 and this book helped to give me all sorts of great ideas to bring some new excitement and energy into my practice. Reading this book is like having coffee with an experienced and successful friend that is sharing all of her massage business secrets with you. It is well worth reading if you want to step up your massage business to ...
Cold Sassy Tree
Mariner Books, 1983
the cold sassy tree
I'm in the middle of it and its a great book. The book is in great condition and it arrived rather quick.
Meditations for Manifesting : Morning and Evening Meditations to Literally Create Your Heart's Desire
Wayne W. Dyer
Hay House Audio Books
Excellent. Wayne Dyers voice is fine, great CD.
After reading some of the reviews about Wayne Dyer's voice, I checked it out of the library for a test run, expecting to not like it . . although I do like his voice on his other CD's/DVD's. I've listened to it three times yesterday in the car while driving - just to see if I wanted to proceed and use it "properly." I found his voice to be very helpful; I enjoyed doing the meditation WITH him. ...
The House on Olive Street
This is the first book I have read by this author. I was looking for something different and I found it. I could not put this book down. The storyline involves four writers who share a friendship but not really their personal lives with each other. They have come together to sort thru old manuscripts and such for a friend of theirs that past away. You feel compassion, pain, loneliness and just ...
The Sopranos Family Cookbook: As Compiled by Artie Bucco
Grand Central Publishing
Watching the DVDs of the series kept making me hungry!
Recently I rewatched the DVDs of the Sopranos. Without fail there is someone eating or drinking something in every episode. They must have an orange juice company as a client for all the OJ they drank. Anyway - I bought this book and also Carms entertaining cookbook and I like them both very much. I'm PA dutch, not Italian so I did not know about Sunday gravy at all. I learned alot from the ...
The Healing Powers of Olive Oil: A Complete Guide To Nature's Liquid Gold
I really learned a lot from this book and am trying to incorporate this into my health plan.
PCE Student Review
My favorite book would have to be Olive's Ocean. The author is Kevin Henkes. The genre he chose was realistic fiction and the theme he chose was a girl learning to grow up. My favorite character is Martha Boyle. Martha Boyle is a girl that always thinks about a little girl named Olive that died because a truck hit her. Somehow she learns that Olive wanted to friends with her. Mr.Henkes ...
The Lexus and the Olive Tree: Understanding Globalization
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2010
Electronic herds and democratization of finance
Friedman has compared the pre and post cold war worlds. How the power has shifted from nations to the markets. How important have business and markets become in this globalized world. Investors wield enormous power in moving capital around the world, wherever the returns are likely to be maximum. All that with the click of a mouse. It is not just the individual investor. It is a collection of ...
Leaving Cold Sassy
Olive Ann Burns
What a loss: Olive Ann Burns passing
Never have I read such wonderful prose and characters as Olive Ann Burns has created for us In Cold Sassy Tree and sequel, Leaving Cold Sassy. The comparison of her writings to Faulkner, Twain NO exageration. Delightful way to spend time "between the covers". I loved every page. Only regret being this author is no longer on this earth to pleasure her audiences with her works.
The Mysterious Collapse of World Trade Center 7: Why the Final Official Report About 9/11 Is Unscientific and ...
David Ray Griffin
Olive Branch Pr
In the houses of shadow.
What brilliant read is this?!! Here, a litany of LIES found at the heart of the program that committed the atrocity of 911 is nailed to the door of the White House. Here, work of the science conspiracy spun by a corrupt institution lies exposed in all its terrible fraud. Mr Griffin has supplied the world with a belt of information as incendiary as the thermitic materials found in the dust of ...
The Blue Tattoo: The Life of Olive Oatman (Women in the West)
University of Nebraska Press
The Blue Tattoo: I read it cover to cover on Christmas Day
Mifflin's book is fascinating. The story it tells is such a wonderful slice of American history--revolving around the capture of Olive and Mary Ann Oatman, their sale from one tribe to another, the sale of Olive BACK to the whites, then the exploitation of her story, her lecture series, and finally, her attempt to lead a life as a married Anglo woman. I could just envision this story being made ...
Fairy Books (All Twelve) The Blue, The Red, The Green, The Yellow, The Pink, The Grey, The Violet, The ...
This is an electronic edition of the complete book complemented by author biography. This book features the table of contents linked to every chapter. The book was designed for optimal navigation on the Kindle, PDA, Smartphone, and other electronic readers. It is formatted to display on all electronic devices including the Kindle, Smartphones and other Mobile Devices with a small display. ************ Andrew Lang's Fairy Books or Andrew ...
The Olive Tree
I'm Loving This Series
The Olive Farm: A Memoir of Life, Love, and Olive Oil in the South of France You have to start with the first book, The Olive Farm, to get the most out of this account of Carol and Michel's journey to becoming olive farmers. I found Ms. Drinkwater's account of how she and her newly found love, Michel, bought a piece of property that turned them into olive farmer's. It is a love story about ...
The New Pearl Harbor Revisited: 9/11, the Cover-Up, and the Exposť
David Ray Griffin
Olive Branch Press
9/11 - The truth, the lies and the conspiracy
It is true that you may fool all of the people some of the time; you can even fool some of the people all of the time; but you can't fool all of the people all of the time. President Abraham Lincoln Two thousand four hundred years ago Plato warned us for the deformed perspective of people living in a cave. In his story, they saw persons walking by a hole in the upper part of the cave ...
Olives and Oranges: Recipes and Flavor Secrets from Italy, Spain, Cyprus, and Beyond
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
An extraordinary cookbook
I love to cook & buy cookbooks, and Olives & Oranges is a true find. Almost every recipe in the book sounds so tantalizing that I want to make it immediately. When I first bought the book, I planned a whole week's worth of meals from Olives & Oranges, and every dish I've made has been fantastic. Jenkins has a special talent for combining flavors & texture in her dishes, yet keeping the ingredient ...
Olive Trees and Honey: A Treasury of Vegetarian Recipes from Jewish Communities Around the World
One of my favorite cookbooks!
I can't say enough how wonderful this book is. I try to use it as much as possible and so far the recipes I have made have all been stellar. I'm vegan and I was happy to find that many of the recipes are vegan by default. And even the non-vegan recipes can be veganized easily by replacing milk with soymilk and butter with vegan margarine. So far I've made: Sephardic red lentil soup - ...
Don't Get Too Comfortable: The Indignities of Coach Class, The Torments of Low Thread Count, The Never- ...
Rakoff > Sedaris
It's impossible, as many reviewers have noted, not to review Rakoff without mentioning Sedaris. Rakoff is Betty to Sedaris' Veronica - Sedaris is more famous, more popular, has the better press. And yet I've always been a Betty man myself. Unlike Sedaris, Rakoff describes the things he is reviewing and the actions he is seeing and performing, not just how he felt about them. His insights are ...
Blind Spot: A Leader's Guide To IT-Enabled Business Transformation
Excellent book for all C-level executives to improve their business
Charlie Feld's book is an excellent read for all C-level executives to improve their business through IT-Enabled Business Transformation. Charlie is one of the best known and successful CIO's in the US with over 40 years of experience in a variety of organizations including Frito Lay, BNSF Railroad, Delta Air, Southwest Air, and many more. He has developed a developed a detailed business ...
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