A joyful and uplifting picture book about finding happiness in the smallest of things, from picture book star Sophy Henn - World Book Day illustrator and shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize.
Genre: Juvenile Fiction, Editor: Penguin UK, Pages: 32 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780141385952

The middle play in the trilogy begun by Wednesday to Come and set amongst the Waterfront Lockout of the 1950's.
Genre: Drama, Editor: Victoria University Press, Pages: 62 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9780864737892

When his best friend, Cow, gets stuck in a fence, Bee asks for help from Frog, triggering an increasingly wacky string of misinterpreted facts as the message about Cow's dilemma is passed along to other animals.
Genre: Juvenile Fiction, Editor: , Pages: 40 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 1609051882

On the morning of H. Jackson Brown's fifty-first birthday, he jotted down a few of the important things more than half a century of living had taught him. He enjoyed the exercise so much that he made it a weekly project. Later, a friend said he would like to try. Other joined in. Contributions from kindergarten kids, high school students, young married couples, and senior citizens made Brown realize that wisdom knows no age and that truth is truth no matter where you find it. What ultimately comes through in the contributions to Live and Learn and Pass It On is a sense of cheerfulness, resolve, and the importance of keeping things in perspective. A forty-two-year-old father wrote, "I've learned that a shoeshine box made by my eight-year-old son at Vacation Bible School is my most prized possession." "That's as powerful a statement about priorities and what makes life worth living as you will ever read," says Brown. This edition contains all three volumes of the book that spent more than 28 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list.
Genre: Self-Help, Editor: Thomas Nelson, Pages: 400 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781418571849

WHAT IS PASS IT ON? Pass It On is a personal journal of your thoughts and feelings expressed in a book that you may share with someone. Its a simple tool that allows someone else of your choosing to get to know you better and know your thoughts and feelings. Pass It On is book of poetry and questions that will help you to document what you believe and feel. What you think about the world around you. And what you know about yourself. Pass It On is an exercise to increase your communication skills by documenting your thoughts and memories. Pass It On is a creative process that can be used in many ways to educate others about you. It can bring a better understanding of who you are. It can also bring about a closer bond between you and who you allow to read it. Pass It On is easy to use, but can be as challenging as you would want it to be- depending on how you decide to answer the questions. Trying to figure out what you want to say and then allowing someone to read your thoughts can be challenging to some. Pass It On is about bridging gaps and developing new wonderful relationships. Its about bringing positive supports to the table-for the sole purpose of growing closer to those you love or enriching a new relationship. Pass It On is a creative way to express who you are!
Genre: Poetry, Editor: AuthorHouse, Pages: 198 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781481778640

The poems in Rachel Hadas's new book are united by a common preoccupation with passage--passage variously construed. In Section I, the four seasons are glimpsed in turn through the lenses of several types of personal associations, especially parenthood. As spring gives way to fall and winter, separation looms; diverse kinds of temporary and permanent renewal come with spring, and the fifth poem in this section steps outside this cycle. In Section II, the phrase "pass it on" recalls the game "telephone," in which a word is whispered by one speaker to another. Here the poems focus on tradition, primarily as it is transmitted through teaching, but also through art and again parenthood. Thoughts on teaching specific texts (the Iliad, Dickinson's poems, Sophocles' Philoctetes) alternate with more personal moments of contemplation. Finally, in Section III "pass it on" comes to signify transition--whether between spring and summer, city and country, youth and age, presence and absence, or life and death. From "Three Silences": Of all the times when not to speak is best, mother's and infant's is the easiest, the milky mouth still warm against her breast. Before a single year has passed, he's well along the way: language has cast its spell. Each thing he sees now has a tale to tell. A wide expanse of water-cean. Look! Next time, it seems that water is a brook. The world's loose leaves, bound up into a book. Originally published in 1989. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
Genre: Poetry, Editor: Princeton University Press, Pages: 86 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781400859900

In Pass It On: The Second Alarm, Chief Billy Goldfeder has once again gathered leading firefighters, fire officers and chiefs from all over the country to share their wisdom and insight through short personal stories, life experiences and anecdotes. Including more than 80 contributors, Second Alarm delivers tactics, operations, tragedy, humor, knowledge, and personal perspectives from a very wide range of extremely diverse personalities. Anyone from rookie to chief (and anyone who knows or plans to be a firefighter) will find loads of great stuff in this book. In cooperation with all of this books contributors, Chief Goldfeder is donating 100% of his royalties equally between the DC Raymond Downey Scholarship Charity Fund, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, and the Firefighter Cancer Support Network.
Genre: Technology & Engineering, Editor: Fire Engineering Books & Videos, Pages: 448 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781593703790

“A book that is filled with wonderful stories and reveals the warmth and wisdom of one of America’s great entrepreneurs.” —Robert L. Shook, New York Times–bestselling author In 1963, Mary Kay Ash opened a door of opportunity for millions of women when she founded her own company, Mary Kay Inc. Through her business model and actions as founder, Ash empowered women who wanted to take control of their own careers, while still being able to keep their faith and families at the top of their priority lists. In this passionate memoir, Mary Kay Museum director emeritus Jennifer Bickel Cook celebrates the international legacy of her friend, mentor, and boss—a woman whose incredible journey in faith shaped her own. With color and vivacity, Pass It On: What I Learned from Mary Kay Ash shares Ash’s productivity habits, eccentricities, and Christian faith. From struggling single mother to founder of a successful Dallas-based company, discover how Ash lived out her personal ideology through the varied stages of her career in this in-depth close-up of the woman behind the makeup. “An affectionate account of her former boss’ life and work.” —New York Post “What great memories! . . . a tremendous tribute to a very special woman.” —Tom Ziglar, CEO of Ziglar, Inc., and proud son of Zig Ziglar “This book is an inspiration to everyone who is blessed to read it! It’s filled with wisdom, timeless principles, and true stories of how Mary Kay Ash deeply impacted the lives of countless thousands by living out her faith testimony in life and in business!” —Kathy Helou, Inner Circle National Sales Director and Emerald National Sales Director
Genre: Biography & Autobiography, Editor: BrownBooks.ORM, Pages: 264 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781612545738

It has been so long, but he is gone. Pass It On started by me attending a volunteer session to work on the temple at 4th and State in Pine Bluff, Ar. I did not know that I would begin my education in masonry there. I was challenged by Howard Woods on what I was wearing. He said I did a good job of answering the question, but that masonry was much deeper than emblems. He said, "If you want to learn, I will be here every Saturday to teach." The teaching was great but also provided a meal on Saturday, and that made it the greatest to a college student. I went on to be the president and founder of the Haygood 357 study club on the campus of University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. And from that point, I have continued in masonry to this day.
Genre: Philosophy, Editor: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc., Pages: 33 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9798885403627

Full of first-person accounts and primary source material, this portrait of Bill W. recounts his journey from Vermont youth to army officer to Wall Street success story to hopeless drunk — until a series of remarkable events leads him to stop drinking and to meet Dr. Bob, with whom he would found Alcoholics Anonymous. We follow Bill through his tireless work for Alcoholics Anonymous: the publishing of the Big Book, the development of the Twelve Traditions, the formation of the General Service Conference. Closing chapters walk us through Bill's final years of challenge and change. With every word documented and every source checked, ‘Pass It On’ is the definitive biography of a fascinating yet enigmatic individual whom we get to know better in these pages. For the A.A. history buff as well as the member simply curious about Bill W., ‘Pass It On’ offers a wealth of information that sheds light on how the unique movement that is Alcoholics Anonymous came to be what it is today. With 39 archival photographs. ‘Pass It On’ is General Service Conference-approved.
Genre: Self-Help, Editor: A. A. World Services, Inc., Pages: 310 in PDF, Epub, Mobi, ISBN: 9781940889856