I Go Quiet

I wish this book had been around when I was a child : I would not have felt quite as alone NEIL GAIMAN COM I Go Quiet David Ouimet ' Completely original . Unique , in fact ' PHILIP PULLMAN I Go Quiet David Ouimet CANONGATE. Front Cover.

I Go Quiet

I Go Quiet

SHORTLISTED FOR THE CILIP KATE GREENAWAY MEDAL I Go Quiet is the exquisite story of an introverted girl, struggling to find her place in a noisy world. Through the power of books, creativity and imagination, she begins to see possibilities for herself beyond the present, to a future where her voice will finally be heard.

Get Quiet and Listen

From children's movies to children's songs we go as a classic little ditty speaks to all of us who are forever paddling against the current in life . It encourages us to try this instead : 48 GET QUIET AND LISTEN.

Get Quiet and Listen

Get Quiet and Listen


I Get Loud

This stunning successor to Ouimet's debut, I Go Quiet, follows a girl learning to express herself and connect with others.

I Get Loud

I Get Loud

This stunning successor to Ouimet's debut, I Go Quiet, follows a girl learning to express herself and connect with others.

Frank Leslie s Popular Monthly

My reverie was brought to an end by the sound of the So we found ourselves in a quiet little village of my dinner - bell . I go , for I am ravenously hungry as well as wife's selecting , where we were not likely to be disturbed tired ...

Frank Leslie s Popular Monthly

Frank Leslie s Popular Monthly


Telling Our Stories of Home

Then I hear it: the chokin, cryin, screamin, screamin my name, I hear it a little but most a the sound get lost in the wind. When all go quiet I walk back in the house, fine me some paper.

Telling Our Stories of Home

Telling Our Stories of Home

What is home? The answer seems obvious. But Telling Our Stories of Home, an international collection of eleven plays by and about women from Lebanon, Haiti, Venezuela, Uganda, Palestine, Brazil, India, UK, and the US, complicates the answer. The "answer" includes stories as far-ranging as: enslaved women trying to create a home, one by any means necessary, and one in the ocean; siblings wrestling with their differing devotion to home after their mother's death; a family wrestling with the government's refusal to allow the burial of their soldier-son in their hometown; a young scholar attempting to feel at home after studying abroad; a young man fleeing home due to his sexual orientation only to discover the difficulty of creating home elsewhere, and Siddis (Indians of African descent) continuing to struggle for acceptance despite having lived in India for over 600 years. These are voices seldom represented to a larger audience. The plays and performance pieces range from 20 to 90-minute pieces and include a mix of monologue, duologue, and ensemble plays. Short yet powerful, they allow fantastic performance opportunities particularly in an age of social-distancing with flexible casts that together invite the theme of home to be performed and studied on the page. The plays include: The House by Arzé Khodr (Lebanon), Happy by Kia Corthron (US), The Blue of the Island by Évelyne Trouillot (Haiti), Nine Lives by Zodwa Nyoni (UK), Leaving, but Can't Let Go by Lupe Gehrenbeck (Venezuela), Questions of Home by Doreen Baingana (Uganda), On the Last Day of Spring by Fidaa Zidan (Palestine) Letting Go and Moving On by Louella Dizon San Juan (US), Antimemories of an Interrupted Trip by Aldri Anunciação (Brazil), So Goes We by Jacqueline E. Lawton (US), and Those Who Live Here, Those Who Live There by Geeta P. Siddi and Girija P. Siddi (India)

The Living Age

She can't get over the rocks , you * I am not ! ... ( “ So that was what kept you “ Did you want so very much to get quiet , was it ? " ) ashore ? ... “ Why “ I could not think of troubling you , ” should I go away ?

The Living Age

The Living Age


City of the Lost

“You should get a good night's rest,” he says. Not even going to pretend you weren't ... “I'm going to take off. I'll see you in the morning. ... I nod, and when I go quiet, he gives me that long, cool stare. “Which doesn't mean some ...

City of the Lost

City of the Lost

Welcome to Rockton: a secret town cut off from the rest of the world. If you need a place to hide, this is the perfect place to start again. There's just one catch. You can't leave. Even if there's a killer on the loose. Detective Casey Duncan has a dark past, and it's about to catch up with her. When her best friend Diana is attacked by an abusive ex, the two women realise they have to disappear, fast. Diana's heard of a hidden town that's so remote it's almost impossible to reach. A town that desperately needs a new detective. Casey has barely arrived in Rockton when a body is discovered. A man's been murdered and there's no time to waste. Casey's job won't be easy: everyone in town has a secret. Meanwhile her boss, Sheriff Eric Dalton, is a brooding, troubled man who's hard to read and even harder to please. With no chance of help from the outside world, Casey must rely on her wits and experience to solve the case. But she's running out of time. Rockton's killer is on the hunt, and this deep in the wilderness, no one is safe. Gripping, fast-paced and atmospheric, City of the Lost is the brilliant new thriller from international bestselling author Kelley Armstrong.

Kansas Library Bulletin

QUIET PLEASE signs, flyspecked and dusty, still hanging in many public libraries. If the librarian has to have it that quiet she better get a job in a morgue. If she cannot, in a pleasant way, keep it reasonably quiet when • someone is ...

Kansas Library Bulletin

Kansas Library Bulletin


Marking the Gospel

Quiet places are good investments for those who want to be disciples. however, even Jesus becomes a victim of the “good intentions” syndrome. he wants to get away to a quiet place with his tiny band, but the crowds will not have it.

Marking the Gospel

Marking the Gospel

Join Jody Seymour as he leads us on a journey through the Gospel of Mark. A Senior Minister in the United Methodist Church for many years, Jody has drawn from his learning and his lively imagination to introduce-or reintroduce-you to the hero of this Gospel. This devotional commentary will, when read alongside the Gospel itself, give you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the story of Jesus' life and come closer to the heartbeat of God. Let the words of this first and oldest Gospel make a mark on you, as you discover in a fresh way its power to transform. Includes a guide for personal reflection or group discussion.

Solar geophysical Data

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Solar geophysical Data

Solar geophysical Data


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