Friday Night Lights For Fathers And Daughters
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📒Friday Night Lights For Fathers And Daughters ✍ Mark LaMaster
✏Friday Night Lights for Fathers and Daughters Book Summary : Dads, do you want to connect with your tween or teenage daughter, but aren't sure where to start? Is your daughter growing into a young woman right before your eyes? Do you feel like time is running out before you can teach her life's important lessons? Do you want to help lead her in her faith walk? Friday Night Lights for Fathers and Daughters provides an answer! With turn-key scripts for each Episode, you and your daughter will explore 10, faith-driven life lessons and make memories that will last a lifetime. As directors of your own personal TV series, you and your daughter will cover topics ranging from faith and friendships to social media and self-image. Each Episode is designed for dads who might just need a spark to ignite their creativity. All you need to do is read the Episode, review the material, set a date, and you are ready to go! Each Episode includes the following: - Episode Guide - The Pitch (for Dads) - Behind the Scenes Setup - The Live Shoot! Activity (picnic breakfast, shopping, geocaching, waffles and Wi-Fi, prayer journals, s'mores, and more) - Personalized Pre-Episode Prayers - Backstage Passes - Red Carpet Interview Questions for Dads and Daughters - The Dad'n'Me Awards Ceremony Mark LaMaster is an author, speaker, and coach, whose mission is to help dads develop healthy lifestyles, lead well, and leave a lasting legacy. Mark lives in Minnesota with his bride and two teenage children. Connect at MarkLaMaster.com
📒My Father S Daughter ✍ E.L. Konigsburg
✏My Father s Daughter Book Summary : Poor Little Rich Boy Winston Carmichael has it all: a big house, servants, vacations in Palm Beach, and a fancy private school. But with overprotective parents and a sense of responsibility for his younger sister, Heidi, Winston sometimes feels more as if he's living in a prison than a dream. Then one day a woman appears at the front door claiming to be Caroline -- Winston's half sister, who was kidnapped and presumed dead long before he and Heidi were born. Is she really Caroline? Is she an imposter? Or is she something far more complicated than either? And does she hold the key that could unlock the door to Winston's prison?
📒Her Father S Daughter ✍ Alice Pung
✏Her Father s Daughter Book Summary : Winner, 2011 Western Australian Book Awards At twenty-something, Alice is eager for the milestones of adulthood: leaving home, choosing a career, finding friendship and love on her own terms. But with each step she takes she feels the sharp tug of invisible threads: the love and worry of her parents, who want more than anything to keep her from harm. Her father fears for her safety to an extraordinary degree – but why? As she digs further into her father's story, Alice embarks on a journey of painful discovery: of memories lost and found, of her own fears for the future, of history and how it echoes down the years. Set in Melbourne, China and Cambodia, Her Father's Daughter captures a father–daughter relationship in a moving and astonishingly powerful way. Shortlisted, 2012 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards Shortlisted, 2012 NSW Premier's Literary Awards Shortlisted, 2012 Queensland Literary Awards ‘Pung has an extraordinary story to tell and the finesse to bring it, most movingly to the page.’ —the Monthly ‘A tender, sophisticated sequel to Unpolished Gem, told with humour, compassion, finesse and powerful imagery.’ —Wet Ink ‘Pung is one of the best young writers in Australia. Her Father's Daughter is an exhilarating journey. Take it.’ —Walkley Magazine ‘Pung makes everything she writes about shine’ —the Australian ‘A beautiful exploration of father-daughter relationships.’ —Vogue ‘Remarkably tender and thoughtful.’ —Sunday Age Alice Pung is a writer, editor, teacher and lawyer based in Melbourne. She is the author of Unpolished Gem, Her Father’s Daughter and Laurinda and the editor of the anthology Growing Up Asian in Australia. Alice’s work has appeared in the Monthly, Good Weekend, the Age, The Best Australian Stories and Meanjin. Alice lives with her husband at Janet Clarke Hall at the University of Melbourne, where she is currently the Artist in Residence.
📒A Friday Night Lights Companion ✍ Leah Wilson
✏A Friday Night Lights Companion Book Summary : Called one of the best shows on TV by more than a dozen media publications, including Time and Entertainment Weekly, Friday Night Lights is not just one of the most critically acclaimed shows on air, it’s also one of the most watchable. Despite its focus on high school football, its masterfully crafted characters and honestly portrayed relationships make its portrait of small town Texas life compelling and relatable in ways that have nothing to do with field goals or touchdowns. Love, Loss, and Dillon Football: A Friday Night Lights Companion explores the victories and pitfalls of Dillon, Texas – both the town itself and those who live and love there. Because Friday Night Lights is so much more than just a teenage football drama: it’s about the struggle to not get trapped in the circumstances one is born into. It’s about love, it’s about loss, and, yes, it’s even about football.
📒Television Performance ✍ Lucy Fife Donaldson and James Walters
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📒Broken But Unbowed ✍ Greg Abbott
✏Broken But Unbowed Book Summary : "The Republican governor of Texas describes the devastating accident that caused his paralysis, his achievements as Texas' longest-serving attorney general and his bold plan to restore America to international prominence through Constitutional improvements and leadership,"--NoveList.
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📒The Modern Jewish Mom S Guide To Shabbat ✍ Meredith L. Jacobs
✏The Modern Jewish Mom s Guide to Shabbat Book Summary : Bringing the family together every Friday night for the Shabbat meal has helped many families connect with each other, even as children grow into their teens and beyond. Having experienced the joys of Shabbat and witnessed how it has brought her family together, Meredith L. Jacobs now brings us THE MODERN MOM'S GUIDE TO SHABBAT. Written in conversational style from one modern Jewish mom to another, THE MJM'S GUIDE will be funny and warm, brightly colored and easy to read, filled with delicious, easy recipes and family art projects, while also challenging readers with summaries of the weekly Torah portion and suggested family discussion topics, compelling readers to include discussion in their dinner as a vehicle for connecting with their children–both teaching and learning from them. It will be informative and accessible throughout. Shabbat is a wonderful way to ensure that in this day of ridiculous schedules and pressures, that we have at least one meal per week together as a family. Shabbat is the time we turn the outside world away and connect with each other. Unlike other holidays, Shabbat is not once a year, it's once a week, giving us fifty–two chances a year to connect with our children. Whether you are reform, conservative, or modern orthodox, newly converted or non–Jewish in an inter–faith marriage, THE MODERN JEWISH MOM'S GUIDE TO SHABBAT will teach us about traditions, making new ones, and most importantly, how to connect with our children.
📒Fathers Sons And Daughters ✍ Charles Sohngew Scull
✏Fathers sons and daughters Book Summary : An exploration of fathers and fathering examines the complex relationships between fathers and their children and discusses the changing social and psychological context of fatherhood, historical perspectives, and more. Original.
📒The Dad Book ✍ Jay Payleitner
✏The Dad Book Book Summary : Younger dad, older dad, in-the-middle dad...who couldn't use an easy-access volume of pick-me-up ideas and inspirations called The Dad Book? Especially when it includes entries like aardvarks, Hollywood, and waffles? Though the science of raising children remains a mystery, Jay Payleitner, bestselling author of 52 Things Kids Need from a Dad and veteran dadmeister of five grown kids, will spark new ideas with fresh suggestions for engaging your kids; dad-to-dad humor that will lift to your perspective; reminders that God's in the fathering trenches with you; ways to teach your kids by showing them instead of telling them; and encouragement to connect your kids with the God who knows you and them inside out...and thinks you're all terrific. You'll get a big confidence boost from Jay's straightforward, man-friendly advice. A terrific way to lift your outlook above the fray and help you build lifelong positives into your family!