Whispers Through Time

Written by best-selling parenting and children's book author and mother of six, L.R.Knost, 'Whispers Through Time: Communication-Based Parenting' is a rethinking of mainstream parenting's perception of normal childhood behaviors coupled ...

Whispers Through Time

Author: L. R. Knost


ISBN: 9780988995802

Page: 109

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Communication is the key to peaceful, effective interactions between parents and children. When normal childhood behavior is viewed as normal instead of something to be corrected and controlled, communication creates the bridge to developmentally appropriate growth, maturity, and independence. Written by best-selling parenting and children's book author and mother of six, L.R.Knost, 'Whispers Through Time: Communication Through the Ages and Stages of Childhood' is a rethinking of mainstream parenting's perception of normal childhood behaviors coupled with simple, practical approaches to parent/child communication at each stage of development from tots to teens.

Whispers Across Time

She smiled at him and continued to whisper, “You see, I'm broke,” halflaughing a
morbid chuckle under her breath. Meanwhile, thousands of miles west of Geneva
, at a most infamous location in the middle of the North Atlantic, the Deep Quest, ...

Whispers Across Time

Author: Stuart Coates

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781475911435

Page: 312

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The first time Tiffany Abernathy travels through time is in 1898, right before her parents are killed. An automobile runs their carriage off the road. Tiffany is thrown into a nearby tree, while her parents plunge to their deaths at the bottom of a ravine. As Tiffany hangs from its limbs, the tree is struck by lightning; strangely, Tiffany finds herself transported decades into the future. It wont be the last time. Although Tiffany eventually returns to 1898, in 1910, an even bigger shock comes her way. Directly following her wedding, an electric shock sends her to the year 2011. Tiffany understands what has occurred, but her great-granddaughter, Kate Dixon, does not. Suddenly, Kate finds herself transported to the year 1910. Not only that, but she is inhabiting the body of Mrs. Tiffany Abernathy Nichols. A modern science experiment has created a black hole deep beneath the surface of Portland, Maine. Time travel occurs through this black hole, but the ramifications are much more severe than body-swapping. Because of the black hole, the trajectory of Earth in 1910 has been thrown into the path of Halleys Comet and certain destruction. Will Tiffany and Kate be able to fix what has been done, or will they also die, each trapped in the body of the other?

Whispers Through a Megaphone

In the tests that followed, every child in group A achieved better results than they
used to, while the little Bs got lower results and seemed unmotivated. Over time,
motivation levels in group A also began to fluctuate (if you've been labelled ...

Whispers Through a Megaphone

Author: Rachel Elliott

Publisher: Pushkin Press

ISBN: 0992918286

Page: 352

View: 601

LONGLISTED FOR THE BAILEYS WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTION 2016 'Wise, witty and utterly delightful. A book with a big, beating heart' Laurie Penny 'A beautifully written, funny, moving, life-affirming piece of wonder' Julie Hesmondhalgh Miriam hasn't left her house in three years, and cannot raise her voice above a whisper. She still lives in the shadow of her dead mother... But today she has had enough, and is finally ready to rejoin the outside world. Meanwhile, Ralph has made the mistake of opening a closet door, only to discover that his wife Sadie doesn't love him... And so he decides to leave his home. Miriam and Ralph's chance meeting in a wood during a summer storm leads to an unusual friendship, and quirky twists. Rachel Elliott's loveable characters confront the hardest things in life with delicious humour and steady courage. Because sometimes, our over-connected world can seem too much for just one person...

Whispers Across the Pond

These pale purple hours of first light free my mind toswim back through time and
consider a simpler life. This withdrawal intothe wilderness comes ata timewhen
myuniverse needs to pause.Ifeela smile curl wistfully onmy lips as I move down ...

Whispers Across the Pond

Author: Eugene H. Ware

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1477172289

Page: 44

View: 770

Whispers Across the Pond is a book of photography, poetry, and prose by Eugene H. Ware. This is the third book written by Mr. Ware, the others being “The Moods of Presque Isle” and “A Walk on the Park”. The poetry and prose within this book blend to produce reflections and emotions within the reader. In his books, Gene paints with words in order to share with you, the reader, a piece of nature you might otherwise never have had the opportunity to see or consider. Over the last few years, Gene, a financial consultant for over 45 years, has allowed his attention and mind wander into the area of writing. This coupled with his long history of nature photography has led to his authoring of this and his other books. Most of his writing centers on relating, through poetry and prose, how nature affects people and their lives. Presque Isle State Park is the center of most of his writing. The park is located five minutes from his home and its unique beauty and habitat draw more than Four million visitors a year. The park, an eight mile long sand peninsula jutting out into Lake Erie, is a place where solitude, reflection and beauty are allowed to blend with nature and bring nature into visitor’s lives. It is Gene’s hope that as you read each poem, you will be able to slow down, take a minute to reflect on the photography accompanying the words. He believes that if you experience nature, nature will open a new world for your enjoyment. One of Gene’s goals in writing his books is to get people outdoors exploring and enjoying nature themselves. Presque Isle State Park is handy for Gene, however no matter where you the reader live, somewhere nearby lays a natural adventure open for your exploration and enjoyment.

Whispers in Time

Cami's patient was sleeping peacefully by the time she tiptoed from the room.
Cami had caught only a glimpse of Carol and Frank. It seemed to her that these
phantoms of her mind were simply that. Perhaps her anxiety over the duel had ...

Whispers in Time

Author: Becky Lee Weyrich

Publisher: Diversion Publishing Corp.

ISBN: 1626813310

Page: 476

View: 425

A time travel romance of passion and suspense from the winner of the RT Book Reviews Lifetime Achievement Award and author of Almost Heaven. When police business brings renowned psychic Carol Marlowe to sultry New Orleans, an enchanted ride through the bayou sends her deep into the past. Soon, Carol finds herself in the body of a Creole belle, and in the arms of her handsome, renegade lover. Carol is at the mercy of a world rife with scandal and intrigue, caught between her own time and the forbidden passion of the past. But even amidst the dangers of her new world, she finds a love destined to last forever. “Weyrich’s novels are an ingenious blend of history and the stuff of legends.” —Affaire de Coeur

Whispers Across Continents In Search of the Robinsons

The responsibility lies with the balancing act between seeing part of your family
history told in such a wellwritten, ... any part of the family story with Gareth, as it
has been told in the family through time, since I knew that it would be in safe

Whispers Across Continents  In Search of the Robinsons

Author: Gareth Winrow

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 144569140X

Page: 288

View: 294

Through the lens of an extraordinary family, a number of fascinating stories relating to the wider tumult of late 19th century Europe are revealed. Playing an instrumental role in the Ottoman Empire, the story of the Robinsons is an incredible rags-to-riches tale that stretches from the tenant farms of Lincolnshire to the palaces of Constantinople.

Lessons From Joshua

Autism: An Unexpected Trip Into Something Magnificent.

Lessons From Joshua

Author: Barbra Monroe Goggins

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781449092825

Page: 224

View: 152

Autism: An Unexpected Trip Into Something Magnificent. My life's plan changed when I was told that Joshua had autism. I was soon drowning in a flood of therapies, schedules, and raw emotions. I felt lost. All of this felt bigger than I was. Joshua and I began our journey through the world of autism. A teacher in disguise, Joshua taught me how to keep going when times got rough and gave me a new understanding of what love was really about. Little by little, I finally reached my son and in turn discovered how God was trying to reach me.

Whispers to God

My son's response was, “In my opinion God is just like me making mistakes and
starting over to get it right. ... Even though we made wrong decisions God still
came down through time and space to our rescue, by becoming human through ...

Whispers to God

Author: Morningstar7

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781456727765

Page: 112

View: 228

Whispers To God is a book containing many little prayers, thoughts, and stories written to God when life just became so unbearable, or when I smiled, or just to thank the Lord for being my strength. It's a book of comfort that touches on all subjects, our trials, our decisions, our mistakes, our faith, death, and our love for the Almighty.

Dancing Through Time

( Hamodia , May 2001 ) is a game which for generations has brought endless
amusement to children all over the world . In America it is called " broken
telephone . " In England it ' s called “ Chinese whispers . " One child thinks of a
sentence ...

Dancing Through Time

Author: Yehudah Yonah Rubinstein



Page: 299

View: 402

Whispers of Mercy

Will you sit at His feet and rest with me for a while? As you open the pages of this book, breathe in deeply, beloved. He is here. Twelve years ago, Laura Wilcott felt like no matter what she did, she couldn't connect with God.

Whispers of Mercy

Author: Laura Wilcott

Publisher: Tate Publishing

ISBN: 1622950747

Page: 268

View: 827

A still, small voice. A pen in hand. A life forever changed. For the Father to give a fresh glimpse into His heart is grace-undeniably. For Him to open up our minds and our ears to hear is mercy-unquestionably. Will you enter in with me? Will you sit at His feet and rest with me for a while? As you open the pages of this book, breathe in deeply, beloved. He is here. Twelve years ago, Laura Wilcott felt like no matter what she did, she couldn't connect with God. And God, in his infinite mercy, began telling her to repent. In the past, God had spoken to her through Bible verses and circumstances in her life, but this was different. This was direct communication with the God of the universe. Life for Laura would never be the same. Over the years, God began waking her up in the middle of the night and talking to her, and Laura would write down what He said word for word. After filling more than ten journals, Laura felt led to share these encounters with others so they may know that God is way more merciful, loving, and righteous than we could ever imagine. He who spoke the world into existence, who knows our strengths and weaknesses intimately, wants to speak with each one of us and through that communion change our lives forever. Still your mind and let your heart be moved by Whispers of Mercy.

The Book of Whispers

She has a degree in mediaeval literature, and travelled through Turkey and Israel to research The Book of Whispers. ‘The Book of Whispers combines history, fantasy, romance and the brutality of the Middle Ages in a satisfyingly epic novel ...

The Book of Whispers

Author: Kimberley Starr

Publisher: Text Publishing

ISBN: 1922253979

Page: 400

View: 779

Tuscany, 1096 AD. Luca, young heir to the title of Conte de Falconi, sees demons. Since no one else can see them, Luca must keep quiet about what he sees, or risk another exorcism by the nefarious priest Ramberti. Luca also has dreams—dreams that sometimes predict the future. Night after night Luca sees his father murdered, and vows to stop it coming true. Even if he has to go against his father's wishes and follow him on the great pilgrimage to capture the Holy Lands. Far away in Cappadocia, Suzan has dreams too. Consigned with her mute mother to a life in an underground convent, she has a vision of a brown-haired boy riding through the desert. A boy with an ancient book that holds some inscrutable power. A boy who will take her on an adventure that will lead to places beyond both their understanding. Together, Luca and Suzan will realise their true quest: to defeat the forces of man and demon that wish to destroy the world. Kimberley Starr is a teacher and author based in Melbourne. Her debut novel, The Kingdom Where Nobody Dies, won the 2003 Queensland Premier's Literary Award for Best Emerging Author. She has a degree in mediaeval literature, and travelled through Turkey and Israel to research The Book of Whispers. ‘The Book of Whispers combines history, fantasy, romance and the brutality of the Middle Ages in a satisfyingly epic novel.’ Books+Publishing ‘The Book of Whispers is fast paced and bloody in parts, not shying away from the brutality of the period and the atrocities committed during the Crusades; but it also shrewdly challenges the reader to think about religion, extremism and tolerance—particularly in relation to a region where those topics have particular significance.’ Lamont Books ‘One of my favourites of this year.’ Tea in the Treetops ‘This fast paced and well developed story has a little bit of everything to provide you with an interesting foray into a historical journey through time. Grief, love, chaos, adventure, magic, and the Christian crusades into Jerusalem all melded together into a beguiling and beautiful novel.’ Artistic Bent

Whispers in the Wind


Whispers in the Wind

Author: David Rogers

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462867278

Page: 73

View: 568

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 of Grace Filled Blessings from the Mercy Seat

Now might be a good time to wander slowly through the Book of Psalms. Or, at
your own pace, read through the Gospels... Invite the Holy Spirit to travel back in
time with you; back to a time, so very long ago, when Messiah Jesus walked
along ...

Whispers of Grace Filled Blessings from the Mercy Seat

Author: Jan Gantos

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1490856226

Page: 294

View: 835

As a certified inspirational and organizational life coach for the slightly frazzled... mildly burned-out... Princess of Great Destiny, Jan will inspire and encourage you, as you embark on your destiny odyssey-an odyssey God has designed, exclusively for you, His treasured Princess. She presents some Rx coaching strategies that will make room for more great “God Time.” The objective is simply this: To introduce ways a Princess can “De-Stress and De-compress” from her over-loaded, over-committed, energy-depleted, overwhelming, too busy, busy, busy, burned-out, “I need a Gallon of that Calgon Bath Time Take Me Away Stuff... life! God wants His cherished Princesses to experience “Outrageous Tickled-Pink Delight.” So, Princess of Great Destiny, even if your world appears to be falling apart at the seams, God plans on being there to share in your debut: NOW FEATURING... SPARKLING... GLITTERING... SHIMMERING... PRINCESS MOMENTS... INTRODUCING: WELL-RESTED...ENERGIZED...FOCUSED... CREATIVE...LOVING... SIMPLY AMAZING... YOU!

A Dance Through Time

A chill went through her, as if Fate had come up behind her and blown softly on
the back of her neck. She devoured all she could about the ... But that didn't
explain away the whispers of magic in the air. Maybe it was her grandfather's

A Dance Through Time

Author: Lynn Kurland

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101653566

Page: 368

View: 636

From Lynn Kurland, the New York Times bestselling author of the Nine Kingdom series. Scotland, 1311. James MacLeod was the most respected—and feared—laird in all of Scotland. He loved his men like brothers and his land with a passion. And he allowed no women to cross the threshold of his keep... New York City, 1996. With an indifferent fiance and a stalled writing career, Elizabeth Smith found passion and adventure only in the unpublished romance novels that she wrote. Until a Scottish hero began calling to her... Elizabeth longed for the man of her dreams. But she knew she was overworked when she began hearing his voice—when she was awake. To clear her mind, she took a walk in Gramercy Park. She dozed off on a bench—and woke up in a lush forest in forteenth-century Scotland. A forest surrounding the castle of James MacLeod, an arrogant and handsome lord with a very familiar voice. Elizabeth would turn his ordered world upside down and go where no woman had ever gone before: straight into his heart...

Nursing Interventions Through Time

... experiences.24 Sisters' comforting, feeding, and sheltering the sick and dying,
and their whispers of consoling prayers to ... In November of 1897, Incarnate
Word Sisters at Santa Rosa Infirmary wore white veils for the first time during an ...

Nursing Interventions Through Time

Author: Patricia D'Antonio, PhD, RN, FAAN

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826105785

Page: 256

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Named a 2011 Choice Outstanding Academic Title! Designated a Doody's Core Title! "This is a must-read for nurses who are interested in where nursing has been and what nurses have done to get to the present day. " Score: 94, 4 stars --Doody's Nursing has a rich history that consistently informs contemporary practice and standards. This book, by examining pivotal historical interventions across the spectrum of clinical care, allows nurses of today to incorporate the wisdom of the past into their own daily work. Maternal-child health programs, palliative care, tuberculosis, medications, pediatric care, and diabetes care, and more are discussed. This invaluable resource documents how and why specific nursing interventions came about, what aspects of these interventions are utilized today and why, and how nurses of the past have addressed and solved the challenges of practice, from adapting to new technologies to managing the tension of the nurse-physician relationship. Learn how nurses of the past 150 years have combated the challenges of: Providing care to victims of pandemics, such as yellow fever, tuberculosis, and influenza Adapting to new medical practices and technologies throughout the 20th century Integrating cultural sensitivity into clinical care for special populations and underserved communities Bringing public health services to rural communities Fighting for public health policies that support hospice services in the United States

Written Whispers of Words Unspoken

My prayer's R ready 4 use against these trial's, that reel their spiteful head's, &
tempt me 2 5 torn down, while walking through time & mile's. The pinnacle of my
day hits it's peak, & 4 an hour, l get 2 ponder on past & future event's. And i pray
in ...

Written Whispers of Words Unspoken

Author: Roi M. Gonzalez

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1477135677

Page: 224

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Written Whispers Of Words Unspoken by Roi M. Gonzalez

Whispers of God s Love

All things done have their value and reason in their time. I restore what the
cankerworm has eaten; and work all things ... and thus continue an ongoing, rich
life. True memory fails, and tends to forget human failure over time. It is not wise
to use ...

Whispers of God s Love

Author: Angelina Kiena Mascari

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1594679339

Page: 224

View: 289

In this daily Christian devotional guide, Rev. Mascari has sought to share messages intended to lead the reader into a deeper understanding of faith and the strength it might provide in the face of life's challenges. (Prayer/Devotions/Spirituality)

Dreams and Whispers

This dark place of mine Committed eternal Tears no longer find Sorrows sojourn
internal Reduced to mere windows Stranded through time Condemned to depths
low Depression's designed Spatial the glimpses Resistant to fade Engulfi the ...

Dreams and Whispers

Author: V.A. Duna

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1469120712

Page: 235

View: 186

Collection of author's writings primarily on depression, suicide and mental issues.

Congress Whispers Reservation Nations Endure

... was never applied in a robust manner, as its funding was filtered through a
nation~wide competitive system which gave low priority to the delivery of health
services on reservations. ... over time, in its dealings with American Indian tribes.

Congress Whispers  Reservation Nations Endure

Author: B. Lee Wilson

Publisher: Abbott Press

ISBN: 1458205967

Page: 316

View: 713

A unique body of federal actions rests in near silence within the shadowy margins of all other U.S. public law. The reason is simple. It consists of laws that specifically apply to just one group of Americans: members of American Indian tribes. As such, the laws apply most directly to less than 1.5% of our nation’s citizenry, yet they also affect other Americans in important but less obvious ways. These tribe-focused public laws continue to frame New Millennium relationships between American Indian tribes and their state and federal counterparts. CONGRESS WHISPERS, RESERVATION NATIONS ENDURE presents a legislative sample for students and American history buff s to explore. Each piece of legislation was enacted by Congress between 1885 and 1990. This collection offers a civics lesson: it reveals the time-honored pageantry of congressional proceedings through public laws that proved important to the development of several western states, many of the nation’s most beloved national parks, and many of today’s American Indian reservations. Taken together, the votes cast during about one month of congressional law-making left an indelible mark upon the American psyche—and upon the American landscape. At the same time, this collection of laws also offers hope. It hints at a prevailing decency within Congress, a characteristic often evident during this century-long timeline, as lawmakers demonstrated a capacity to learn from their mistakes. Whenever Congress chose to take corrective action, our nation stepped closer to its ideals of Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness.

A Whisper Through Life

I heard your whispers, in the wind. Was that you, stepping on the leaves. I thought
, I felt your gentle hand, Upon my shoulder, the other day. I woke sobbing, on my
pillow last night. The sands of time, will take me, To where you are dwelling, my ...

A Whisper Through Life

Author: Ellen Lou Severs

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 146533095X

Page: 131

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