And the Blackbirds Sang

And the Blackbirds Sang Author Patricia J. Lengi
ISBN-10 9781479787425
Release 2013-02-13
Pages 135
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“Hey, David, wait up a sec.” Long golden-blonde hair hid Jillian’s face as she bent over to tie a shoe. “Okay, two more miles before we turn around.” She wiped the sweat off her forehead, took a deep breath, and they resumed the long, seemingly effortless strides of distance runners. The dirt road curved up a hill, and Jillian looked forward to the view from the top. Dust spurted from their footsteps, and their breathing became harder as the road became steeper, but Jillian didn’t notice because she was thinking back to the day, three years ago, when she had first discovered the other side of the hill. Leaving the Bennington City limits behind, Jillian had pedaled her bike as far as she could up the country road, then pushed it slowly, slowly up the steep incline, stopping twice to rest while wondering what lay ahead. Finally, the view from the top had enchanted her. Aspen leaves whirred in the warm breeze, and an old pine shaded her as she settled back against a nearby log. Wild roses and purple lupines filled the air with a sweet scent, and tiny white flowers carpeted the ground where she sat. The Blue Mountains, whose peaks she could glimpse from her bedroom window, were a backdrop for a white cottage nestling near the banks of a stream far below. “Jill, are you in there?” David grinned at her startled expression. “I thought you must be at least on Mars.” “Oh, I’m sorry, David. I guess maybe I was lost in space. Actually, I was thinking about our run. I love going up this road and down the valley.” “Same here, but I’d rather think about winning at the state meet. Seriously, Jill, you have a great chance. I just hope to be in the top ten.” Jillian wrinkled her nose but said nothing as they breasted the hill, and she drank in the familiar scene as they descended the gravelly road and picked up the pace. The stream tumbled and gurgled and muffled their footsteps as they neared the cottage. Mrs. Sheldon, watering chrysanthemums in window boxes, waved hesitantly across to them as they ran by. A blackbird sang among the reeds along the creek, and Jillian sighed. “Do you know you always do that?” David asked. “Do what?”

The Blackbirds

The Blackbirds Author Eric Jerome Dickey
ISBN-10 9781101984123
Release 2017-04-18
Pages 528
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New York Timesbestselling author Eric Jerome Dickey delivers his next delectable erotic romance. They call themselves the Blackbirds. Kwanzaa Browne, Indigo Abdulrahaman, Destiny Jones, and Ericka Stockwell are four best friends who are closer than sisters and will go to the ends of the earth for one another. Yet even their deep bond can t heal all wounds from their individual pasts, as the collegiate and post-collegiate women struggle with their own demons, drama, and desires. Trying to forget her cheating ex-fiance, Kwanzaa becomes entangled with a wicked one-night stand a man who turns out to be one in five million. Indigo is in an endless on-again, off-again relationship with her footballer boyfriend, and in her time between dysfunctional relationships she pursues other naughty desires. Destiny, readjusting to normal life, struggles to control her own anger after avenging a deep wrong landed her in juvi, while at the same time trying to have her first real relationship one she has initiated using an alias to hide her past from her lover. Divorced Ericka is in remission from cancer and trying to deal with two decades of animosity with her radical mother while keeping secret the desperate crush she has always had on Destiny s father . . . a passion with an older man that just may be reciprocated. As the women try to overcome or give in to their impulses, they find not only themselves tested but also the one thing they always considered unbreakable: their friendship."

The blacksmith and the blackbirds

The blacksmith and the blackbirds Author Edith Rickert
ISBN-10 UOM:39076002657414
Release 1928
Pages 46
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The blacksmith was very cross and was known as the cross and crusty blacksmith. He lived near a great woods where the Bojabi tree grew. He had a big garden and a big orchard and grew watermelon and cherries because his children liked them so much. But, so did the blackbirds who couldn't be kept away from the delicious treats, until the king of the blackbirds and the blacksmith came up with a solution both could live with.


Blackbirds Author Chuck Wendig
ISBN-10 9783838724478
Release 2013-04-19
Pages 303
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Miriam hat eine Gabe: Wenn sie einen Menschen berührt, sieht sie den Moment seines Todes. Doch nie konnte sie die Zukunft verhindern. Inzwischen hat sie den Versuch aufgegeben... Als der Trucker Louis Miriam vor einem Überfall rettet, berührt sie seine Hand und sieht das Unvermeidliche: Louis wird in 30 Tagen von einem Killer brutal ermordet und Miriam steht daneben. Ist sie vielleicht das nächste Opfer? Miriam glaubt eigentlich nicht, dass sie die Zukunft ändern kann. Aber sie muss es noch ein Mal versuchen: für ihr Überleben und für seins.

Follow the Blackbirds

Follow the Blackbirds Author Gwen Nell Westerman
ISBN-10 9781628950403
Release 2013-08-01
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In language as perceptive as it is poignant, poet Gwen Nell Westerman builds a world in words that reflects the past, present, and future of the Dakota people. An intricate balance between the singularity of personal experience and the unity of collective longing, Follow the Blackbirds speaks to the affection and appreciation a contemporary poet feels for her family, community, and environment. With touches of humor and the occasional sharp cultural criticism, the voice that emerges from these poems is that of a Dakota woman rooted in her world and her words. In this moving collection, Westerman reflects on history and family from a unique perspective, one that connects the painful past and the hard-fought future of her Dakota homeland. Grounded in vivid story and memory, Westerman draws on both English and the Dakota language to celebrate the long journey along sunflower-lined highways of the tallgrass prairies of the Great Plains that returns her to a place filled with “more than history.” An intense homage to the power of place, this book tells a masterful story of cultural survival and the power of language.

The Blackbirds Applause

The Blackbirds  Applause Author Antonio Vallone
ISBN-10 0913649082
Release 1993
Pages 31
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The Blackbirds Applause has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Blackbirds Applause also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Blackbirds Applause book for free.

The Field of the Blackbirds

The Field of the Blackbirds Author Florian Stone Wells
ISBN-10 0979957710
Release 2010-08-01
Pages 416
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Part mystery and part alternative history, this novel debuts a magnificent historical saga, which takes the reader on a grand adventure during the religious, political, and economic maelstrom that is Eastern Europe in the middle of the 15th Century. The year is 1448 and the epic struggle between the Islamic Empire of the Ottomans and Christendom is at its height. Transylvania and Wallachia, the sword and the shield of the Kingdom of Hungary, are about to be invaded by an immense army under the banner of Sultan Murad II, the man who calls himself the Shadow of Allah upon the World. Lorian Comosicus, the heir to a legacy represented by a mysterious Draconic ring, and his twelve-year-old brother, Silvan, are sent across the border mountains to the fortress of Roter Turm with a secret message from the conspirators who killed Voievod Vlad Dracul of Wallachia for pledging allegiance to the Ottoman Empire. After narrowly escaping capture by the Sultan?s forces, the boys lose their way in the vast forests of Transylvania where they meet Sir Gregor Dahr Altair, an imperial knight who narrowly escaped from Roter Turm before it was destroyed by the Ottomans. Gregor is a powerful force within the Excubitors, a secretive fraternity of royal advisors, financiers, and merchants who could change the outcome of the war through their influential positions within the Ottoman Empire and Christendom. Learning Lorian?s identity and mission, he leads the brothers ahead of the tempest, rushing to reach the great trading city of Hermannstadt before it is surrounded and destroyed by the Sultan's army. The period embraced in this saga generated one of the most dramatic turning points within the ever-changing geo-political divisions and intrigues of the time which can only be called, appropriately to the novel, Byzantine. Using scenes that are carefully and artfully presented lessons in history, the author takes us to a long-forgotten past which, in the intricate tapestry of human history, helped shape the world of today. This exceptional first novel, which will not only interest you in its own right but which will definitely leave you eager for the next installment, is enhanced with a comprehensive glossary that contains terms contemporary to the story and to relevant historical references and characters. The lexicon adds to the interest of the story line by allowing the reader to accurately relate to the people and events in the book.

Mobbin and Bobbin and the Blackbirds

Mobbin and Bobbin and the Blackbirds Author Crispin Thomas
ISBN-10 1904140998
Release 2014-08-15
Pages 28
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The adventures of Mobbin and Bobbin, two small Robins who like to explore their world. Mobbin and Bobbin love to have fun. But when they fly down the chimney of Huntinghall Farm they find out that the Blackbirds don't like sharing the farm with strangers! Written by Crispin Thomas and illustrated in full colour by Lee Holland.

The Blackbirds Tell Stories

The Blackbirds Tell Stories Author Nancy Powell (Poet)
ISBN-10 0996835091
Release 2015
Pages 95
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The Blackbirds Tell Stories has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Blackbirds Tell Stories also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Blackbirds Tell Stories book for free.

Don t Make the Blackbirds Cry

Don t Make the Blackbirds Cry Author R. C. Morris
ISBN-10 1413725066
Release 2004-02-16
Pages 197
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After breaking into the general store, fourteen-year old Cory Sonnet witnesses five men brutally rape and murder three teenage girls; one white and two black. He recognizes the fourth one as the sheriff's son. The fifth remains in the shadows. Terrified, he runs. Who would ever believe him, a boy from the "awful Sonnet family." Twenty years later, with a successful journalistic career and a Pulitzer Prize under his belt, he learns the remains of one of those men had been found in an abandoned well. Latent memories return to haunt him. Tormented, he returns to Mississippi to reveal the killers' identities and disclose the true story. When one of the murderers is the elected sheriff his problems compound. Then the Klan reacts violently, simmering racial hatreds boil over, and corrupt politics interfere. When a killer begins to stalk him, and a new romance jolts him with a surprising jagged edge, his task becomes even more daunting.

The Blackbirds are Calling

The Blackbirds are Calling Author
ISBN-10 0473204401
Release 2012
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The Blackbirds are Calling has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Blackbirds are Calling also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Blackbirds are Calling book for free.

Three Little Black Birds Walking on the Lawn

Three Little Black Birds Walking on the Lawn Author Jennie Duncan
ISBN-10 9781499029734
Release 2014-05-31
Pages 24
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This is a story of three little blackbirds traveling from north to south to escape the dread of winter. Their journey was quite eventful with a few narrow escapes from danger and exciting incidents, until they joined others at the annual blackbird parade. There is suspense, humor, and repetitious lines that make the book an easy read. Ages 7-10 years

Mystery of the Blackbirds at Scotland Neck

Mystery of the Blackbirds at Scotland Neck Author Harold George Scott
ISBN-10 OCLC:951743853
Release 2000
Pages 121
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Follow US Public Health Service Commander George Cinnabar as, at the direction of the Vice President of the United States, he investigates the descent of six million blackbirds upon the village of Scotland Neck, North Carolina and finds there is more to the invasion than had been originally thought.

A Gathering of Blackbirds

A Gathering of Blackbirds Author J. Wellander
ISBN-10 9780595393107
Release 2006-06
Pages 144
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In an age of technology, of reason and certainly intelligence, one would not expect someone's life to follow the path that it does, in which unexpectedly horrific acts are perpetrated by family and others.

March 1939

March 1939 Author Terry Frei
ISBN-10 9781589799257
Release 2014-02-06
Pages 264
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In 1939, the Oregon Webfoots, coached by the visionary Howard Hobson, stormed through the first NCAA basketball tournament, which was viewed as a risky coast-to-coast undertaking and perhaps only a one-year experiment. Seventy-five years later, following the tournament’s evolution into a national obsession, the first champions are still celebrated as “The Tall Firs.” They indeed had astounding height along the front line, but with a pair of racehorse guards who had grown up across the street from each other in a historic Oregon fishing town, they also played a revolutionarily fast-paced game. Author Terry Frei’s track record as a narrative historian in such books as the acclaimed Horns, Hogs, and Nixon Coming, plus a personal connection as an Oregon native whose father coached football at the University of Oregon for seventeen seasons, makes him uniquely qualified to tell this story of the first tournament and the first champions, in the context of their times. Plus, Frei long has been a fan of Clair Bee, the Long Island University coach who later in life wrote the Chip Hilton Sports Series books, mesmerizing young readers who didn’t know the backstory told here. In 1939, the Bee-coached LIU Blackbirds won the NCAA tournament’s rival, the national invitation tournament in New York—then in only its second year, and still under the conflict-of-interest sponsorship of the Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association. Frei assesses both tournaments and, given the myths advanced for many years, his conclusions in many cases are surprising. Both events unfolded in a turbulent month when it was becoming increasingly apparent that Hitler's belligerence would draw Europe and perhaps the world into another war . . . soon. Amid heated debates over the extent to which America should become involved in Europe's affairs this time, the men playing in both tournaments wondered if they might be called on to serve and fight. Of course, as some of the Webfoots would demonstrate in especially notable fashion, the answer was yes. It was a March before the Madness.

Einsame Spur

Einsame Spur Author Nalini Singh
ISBN-10 9783802590573
Release 2013-02-14
Pages 400
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Der SnowDancer-Wolf Riaz fühlt sich unwiderstehlich zu der schönen Adria hingezogen. Doch dann werden die beiden in einen tödlichen Konflikt der Medialen verwickelt, der das Schicksal der ganzen Welt bedroht. Sie müssen eine Entscheidung treffen, die ihre Liebe auf eine harte Probe stellt.

Look to the River

Look to the River Author William A. Owens
ISBN-10 0875650260
Release 1988-01
Pages 119
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Look to the River has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Look to the River also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Look to the River book for free.