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📒Coming Home ✍ Lauren Brooke
✏Coming Home Book Summary : The daughter of a respected horse healer, 14 year-old Amy has a powerful connection with horses. With her mother's help, she is developing her skills as a horse whisperer while tending to the animals at Heartland, a refuge for horses that have been emotionally or physically traumatized. But when her mother is killed in a tragic trailer accident, Amy realizes she will never see her world the same way again.
📒After The Storm ✍ Lauren Brooke
✏After the Storm Book Summary : Although Amy is helping out with the horses at Heartland again, she still feels guilty about her mother's death. To make matters worse, she is trying to care for Spartan, the horse she and her mother rescued before the accident. For Amy, Spartan is an everyday reminder of the wreck. And Amy is a reminder for Spartan as well. Finally, Amy realizes that Spartan will never forgive her until she forgives herself.
📒Amy S Journal ✍ Lauren Brooke
✏Amy s Journal Book Summary : A tie-in guide to the HEARTLAND books, told as Amy's own journal. Amy describes how she learned her healing techniques from her mther, and includes hints and tips for horse-lovers. Learn how to read a horse's character from his face by looking at the diagrams of the HEARTLAND horses; find out which alternative remedies cold help your horse; and get the low-down on Amy's favourite horsey books. A great aspirational read for all HEARTLAND fans, whether or not they own a horse.
📒Peoria Stories Tales From The Illinois Heartland ✍ Ken Zurski
✏Peoria Stories Tales from the Illinois Heartland Book Summary : From Ken Zurski, author of The Wreck of the Columbia, comes a collection of stories about people and events which helped shape a city and region. Included are profiles of Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, Charles Lindbergh and many other famous and not so famous figures who played a part in the rich history of Peoria and Central Illinois. Incorporating important historical milestones like the first flights, the rise of the automobile, and radio’s early days, Zurski skillfully intertwines local and national perspectives into each story for a captivating trip back to the past. Peoria Stories will both enlighten and entertain.
📒Out Of The Darkness ✍ Lauren Brooke
✏Out of the Darkness Book Summary : Gallant Prince was a famed and loved race horse before the stable fire. Now he is fierce and withdrawn. Even as his burns begin to heal, his soul does not. And Amy does not know how to help. Amy has never had such a difficult time reaching a horse. Since the first day Gallant Prince arrived at Heartland, he's stayed at the back of his stall, pacing anxiously. Amy knows the fear of the stable fire blazes behind Prince's threats, his bared teeth and haunted eyes. But she doesn't know how she can help a horse that has taken refuge so deep within itself. Amy can't face the fact that even she might not be able to lead Prince out of his darkness.
📒Tomorrow S Promise ✍ Lauren Brooke
✏Tomorrow s Promise Book Summary : When Amy meets Daniel, she is shocked by his coldness, but after she spends time with him, she begins to understand his desire to avoid the spectacle of the show circuit, and his great love for his horse, Amber.
📒A Lynching In The Heartland ✍ NA NA
✏A Lynching in the Heartland Book Summary : On a hot summer night in 1930, three black teenagers accused of murdering a young white man and raping his girlfriend waited for justice in an Indiana jail. A mob dragged them from the jail and lynched two of them. No one in Marion, Indiana was ever punished for the murders. In this gripping account, James H. Madison refutes the popular perception that lynching was confined to the South, and clarifies 20th century America's painful encounters with race, justice, and memory.
📒Heartland ✍ Terri Sedmak
✏Heartland Book Summary : ADVENTURE AND ROMANCE WILL NOT BE DENIED ANYONE WHO HAS THE COURAGE TO BE FREE. WYOMING, 1883... When twenty-year-old Kelley Keaton returns home after five years in New York, she discovers home is not the place it used to be. Her brother is behaving mysteriously. Her childhood nemesis, Luke Taylor, is now connected to her by a controlling organization their families created and call the Alliance. And their neighbor has turned being a nuisance and a bully into something far more sinister and menacing. When one of their own is cold-bloodedly murdered, the Alliance sets out to get justice. Who is responsible? How can they prove their suspicions? How do they cope with conflict over strategy, unexpected romance and unrequited love, the demands of loyalty, and with loss and sacrifice? With each twist and turn of this courageous and passionate adventure it becomes clear that there are no easy answers, as the Alliance families and their friends fight for the truth, for freedom and for each other. In this warm and spirited novel about discerning loyalty, love and freedom in the most trying circumstances, we are taken to a world that has long since passed into legend but at whose heart throbs a timeless pulse. These Liberty & Property Legends have a bold, adventuresome and romantic story to tell, beginning with HEARTLAND On the Side of Angels.
📒Heartland ✍ Timothy Schneider
✏Heartland Book Summary : Young Garrett Darby lived a pleasant life with his mother and father in the Scottish Highlands. That life becomes a memory when Garrett is taken captive by people who call themselves Romans. Garrett eventually discovers that this new home could be more appealing than he originally thought. This happiness proves to be temporary. His life is turned upside down a second time when he finds himself on the wrong end of a political conspiracy. Garrett is again forced to abandon his friends, his family, his home, his Heartland.
📒English Heart Hindi Heartland ✍ Rashmi Sadana
✏English Heart Hindi Heartland Book Summary : English Heart, Hindi Heartland examines Delhi’s postcolonial literary world--its institutions, prizes, publishers, writers, and translators, and the cultural geographies of key neighborhoods--in light of colonial histories and the globalization of English. Rashmi Sadana places internationally recognized authors such as Salman Rushdie, Anita Desai, Vikram Seth, and Aravind Adiga in the context of debates within India about the politics of language and alongside other writers, including K. Satchidanandan, Shashi Deshpande, and Geetanjali Shree. Sadana undertakes an ethnographic study of literary culture that probes the connections between place, language, and text in order to show what language comes to stand for in people’s lives. In so doing, she unmasks a social discourse rife with questions of authenticity and cultural politics of inclusion and exclusion. English Heart, Hindi Heartland illustrates how the notion of what is considered to be culturally and linguistically authentic not only obscures larger questions relating to caste, religious, and gender identities, but that the authenticity discourse itself is continually in flux. In order to mediate and extract cultural capital from India’s complex linguistic hierarchies, literary practitioners strategically deploy a fluid set of cultural and political distinctions that Sadana calls "literary nationality.” Sadana argues that English, and the way it is positioned among the other Indian languages, does not represent a fixed pole, but rather serves to change political and literary alliances among classes and castes, often in surprising ways.