Life In A Jar
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📒Life In A Jar ✍ Jack Mayer
✏Life in a Jar Book Summary : Tells story of Irena Sendler who organized the rescue of 2,500 Jewish children during World War II, and the teenagers who started the investigation into Irena's heroism.
📒Life In A Jar ✍ Lorena Melinte
✏Life in a Jar Book Summary : Who is the author of this book? Lorena Melinte loves reading as well as writing stories. She was in grade 8 when she wrote "Life in a Jar", a story inspired by friends and the twisted turn of situations everyone experiences at times. Besides reading and writing, Lorena enjoys studying math and science, as well as hiking and spending time with her family and her dog, Ginger. She hopes to receive our comments and support to continue putting her thoughts on paper for us all.
📒Study Guide ✍ Supersummary
✏Study Guide Book Summary : SuperSummary, a modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, offers high-quality study guides for challenging works of literature. This 103-page guide for "Life In A Jar" by Jack Mayer includes detailed chapter summaries and analysis covering 34 chapters, as well as several more in-depth sections of expert-written literary analysis. Featured content includes commentary on major characters, 25 important quotes, essay topics, and key themes like The Power of the Individual and The Role of History.
📒My Life In A Jar The Book Of Smo ✍ Big Smo
✏My Life in a Jar The Book of Smo Book Summary : Born in Southern California and raised in Middle Tennessee, John Lee Smith followed his childhood dream of becoming a star. While he never set out to become the Boss of the Sticks, he created a style of music for people like himself, earning the title King of the Kuntry. Nicknamed Smo by his childhood buddies, he grew up to become a pioneer in the country rap genre. A captivating tale of coming-of-age, Smo shares his heartaches and successes from signing with a major record label to having his own hit reality tv show. He even includes stories from his loyal fanbase he calls his "Kinfoke". My Life in a Jar: The Book of Smo is a story of one man's dream turned reality and why he's still the Boss of the Sticks. "When the National Enquirer called Smo a 'Country Singer, ' I almost had a f#$king stroke! What did Neil Armstrong say, 'That was one small step for Big Smo, one HUGE step for the Country Rap genre...' " (HAYSTAK, legendary Southern Rapper) "Smo's definitely one of the pioneers. I think what I admired most about Smo was the business sense that he had, and sense to get the reality TV show and get the big deal with Warners. I just remember thinking "That will do a lot for this genre and put this genre on the map where it needs to be." (Clay Sharpe of The LACs) "I would absolutely say he's been a pioneer. When you think about the "pillars" that are in this genre, you've got The LACs, Colt Ford, and the Moonshine Bandits, and Big Smo." (BIRD of the Moonshine Bandits) "I think he's one of the first people who gave alot of these country boys a voice and made them feel like it was cool to be from the sticks." (Demun Jones)
📒Hope In A Jar ✍ Kathy Peiss
✏Hope in a Jar Book Summary : How did powder and paint, once scorned as immoral, become indispensable to millions of respectable women? How did a "kitchen physic," as homemade cosmetics were once called, become a multibillion-dollar industry? And how did men finally take over that rarest of institutions, a woman's business? In Hope in a Jar, historian Kathy Peiss gives us the first full-scale social history of America's beauty culture, from the buttermilk and rice powder recommended by Victorian recipe books to the mass-produced products of our contemporary consumer age. She shows how women, far from being pawns and victims, used makeup to declare their freedom, identity, and sexual allure as they flocked to enter public life. And she highlights the leading role of white and black women—Helena Rubenstein and Annie Turnbo Malone, Elizabeth Arden and Madame C. J. Walker—in shaping a unique industry that relied less on advertising than on women's customs of visiting and conversation. Replete with the voices and experiences of ordinary women, Hope in a Jar is a richly textured account of the ways women created the cosmetics industry and cosmetics created the modern woman.
📒A Jar Of Fingers The Complicated Life Of Deegie Tibbs Book 1 ✍ C.L. Hernandez
✏A Jar of Fingers The Complicated Life of Deegie Tibbs Book 1 Book Summary : Deegie Tibbs is an independent young witch with a funky little shop that sells magical items, a crazy collection of magical friends, and a brand new (haunted) house, complete with ghosts in the walls and a basement with a gallon jar of human fingers and its very own demon. It’s a complicated life…and things are about to get really weird.
📒Cultured Food In A Jar ✍ Donna Schwenk
✏Cultured Food in a Jar Book Summary : In her third cookbook, creator and founder of the Cultured Food Life blog and author of Cultured Food for Life and Cultured Food for Health Donna Schwenk offers over 100 probiotic recipes for the on-the-go lifestyle. These cultured food recipes are easy-to-make and all portable in jars. Schwenk covers everything from the basics like making your own kefir, kombucha, and nondairy milks, to snacks and beverages, to filling, savory meals. Complete with full-color photos and clear, thorough instructions, Cultured Food in a Jar offers an accessible, mouthwatering approach to probiotic eating and gut health.
📒Out Of The Jar ✍ Stephen Robert Sutton
✏Out of the Jar Book Summary : This book is a collection of my poetry over the years inspired by the life I have led working in the care setting and traveling all over the world. I hope you enjoy my work and may find it useful to use in the right settings, for instance “Those in Grief” has been used in funerals. My life has been rather colorful to say the least, and I have been in a few situations facing danger and adventure, bringing me to the present day. Now at sixty-three, I can reflect on this and laugh at the funny events and sigh with relief at actually surviving other situations. I consider each event as a blip in my life and nothing more. Yes, I do have nightmares from my worst experiences as a teenager, but I just thank God that I survived to tell the tale.
📒The Law Of Life And Death ✍ Elizabeth Price Foley
✏The Law of Life and Death Book Summary : Are you alive? Most people believe that some law defines our status as living (or not) for all purposes. But Foley shows that “not being dead” isn’t necessarily the same as being alive, in the eyes of the law. The need for more organ transplants and conservation of health care resources is exerting pressure to expand the legal definition of death.
📒Irena Sendler ✍ Susan Brophy Down
✏Irena Sendler Book Summary : Presents the life story of Irena Sendler who rescued twenty-five thousand Jewish children during the Holocaust by smuggling them out of the Warsaw Ghetto and forging new identities for them.