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📒Say Goodnight Gracie ✍ Ralph Pape
✏Say Goodnight Gracie Book Summary : THE STORY: The place is a shabby apartment in New York's East Village, which Jerry an aspiring young actor, shares with Ginny, a secretary. They are joined by Jerry's high-school friends: Steve, a prankish would-be poet and television writer; and B
📒Say Goodnight Gracie ✍ Julie Reece Deaver
✏Say Goodnight Gracie Book Summary : There are friends we can't imagine living without. Morgan and Jimmy were kids together, whirling around the porch on hot summer days. They've been friends forever, and by now they know each other inside out. They do everything together--from cutting high school to go into the city to coaching each other at dance auditions and acting workshops. They even argue well. A perfect friendship. Best friends. For life. So how could life be so right and then be so wrong? After a terrible accident, Morgan suddenly has to face life alone. Without Jimmy around, though, it's like the best part of her has died. How could he do this to her? And why is love so hard?
📒Say Goodnight Gracie ✍ Jim Cox
✏Say Goodnight Gracie Book Summary : Until the late 1940s, most Americans relied heavily upon radio, the only means of mass communication they knew, for information and entertainment. But with the 1950s came television sets and prosperity enabled more people to afford them. Radio began a decline. This work examines what could be called the final decade of AM network radio and the many factors that contributed to its decline. The first chapter is an overview of AM radio in the 1950s. The second chapter covers 1950 through 1953, when radio was still a popular medium but faced a need to make changes in its programming. Bill Paley and David Sarnoff strongly promoted radio in those years and the networks attempted to increase the ratings of their programs. Chapter three covers 1954 through 1956, three years in which radio experienced losses of its primary audience and some of its most popular shows (because of the pullout of advertisers), and an effort was made by the networks to keep their programs going and to convince audiences the medium was not on its way out. Chapter four, 1957 through 1960, chronicles the “end” of AM radio in homes, the cancellation of almost all remaining programs, network affiliates’ going independent, and the rise in popularity of “drive time” radio. Chapter five covers 1961 to the present and summarizes the major changes that have taken place.
📒Say Goodnight Gracie ✍ Yvonne Jocks
✏Say Goodnight Gracie Book Summary : In 1880s Colorado, clumsy Grace Sullivan tumbles right on top of brawny gold miner Jon Erickson, breaking his leg and stealing his heart. Original.
📒Say Goodnight Cassie ✍ Ryne E. Hancock
✏Say Goodnight Cassie Book Summary : In 2011, the LSU Tigers were one of the best teams in all of college football, capturing the program's 11th SEC championship and earning a spot in the BCS title game against the Alabama Crimson Tide, capturing the hearts of people in and around Baton Rouge and New Orleans. However, a cast of characters, as well as a memorable friendship tied around the 2011 LSU season, are all part of Say Goodnight Cassie. The magical and unsung story of LSU's "Perfect Regular Season." Written by LSU fan and college football writer, Ryne E. Hancock, the story of the 2011 LSU season is told through the eyes of the fans and the media members who covered the team, as well as focuses on themes of friendships and faith wrapped around a season like no other.
📒Radio Journalism In America ✍ Jim Cox
✏Radio Journalism in America Book Summary : "This is a volume of history validating the contributions of radio toward keeping America informed, and surveying radio's diminished effects in the wake of television in the 1950s. The U.S. was dependent on radio as a source of entertainment during the Great Depression and information gained from it during the Second World War had no parallel"--Provided by publisher.
📒Goodnight Gracie ✍ Lloyd Schwartz
✏Goodnight Gracie Book Summary : Includes "Reports of My Death," "In the Mist," "Crossing the Rockies," "Vermeers," and other poems
📒Java Programming For Android Developers For Dummies ✍ Barry A. Burd
✏Java Programming for Android Developers For Dummies Book Summary : Get started creating Android apps with Java in no time! The demand for Android apps is not slowing down but many mobile developers who want to create Android apps lack the necessary Java background. This beginner guide gets you up and running with using Java to create Android apps with no prior knowledge or experienced necessary! Shows you the basic Java development concepts and techniques that are necessary to develop Android apps Explores what goes into creating an Android app to give you a better understanding of the various elements Addresses how to deal with standard programming challenges and debugging Beginning Android Programming with Java For Dummies puts you well on your way toward creating Android apps quickly with Java.
📒Ebay For Dummies ✍ Marsha Collier
✏eBay For Dummies Book Summary : The leading guide for eBay buyers and sellers, updated to give you all the essentials for buying and selling on eBay More than 112 million people regularly use eBay. To find the best deals and make the best profits, you need the guidance in this book from eBay expert Marsha Collier! With more than half a million copies sold in previous editions, it's packed with solid advice to help you get started, navigate the site, make winning bids, and learn to list and sell your own items successfully. This edition explores eBay in the context of sites like Amazon, Facebook, and Pinterest and adds in-depth information on managing multiple auctions, creating a store, knowing the market, marketing your sales, and more. Written by eBay expert Marsha Collier, a highly sought-after speaker and trainer on eBay and social media business topics eBay remains among the leading e-commerce sites with more than 112 million users This is the top-selling eBay reference and the perfect guide for beginners, covering everything you need to know to register, navigate the site, find bargains, make winning bids, and list and sell items Includes important tips about shooting and posting photos, communicating with bidders, shipping items, collecting payment, listing multiple items, knowing your market, and maintaining your privacy Also offers advice on troubleshooting, reporting abuses, joining the eBay community, and services that improve the eBay experience eBay For Dummies, 8th Edition is the latest and greatest go-to guide for anyone interested in finding bargains and making money on eBay.
📒The Swan ✍ Jim Cohee
✏The Swan Book Summary : “Alternately funny, entertaining, and heartbreaking, The Swan is a fictional memoir about love, death and what a family can―and cannot―endure.” —Publishers Weekly Indianapolis, 1957. Ten-year-old Aaron Cooper has witnessed the death of his younger sister, Pookie, and the trauma has left him unwilling to speak. Aaron copes with life’s challenges by disappearing into his own imagination, envisioning being captain of the Kon Tiki, driving his sled in the snowy Klondike, and tiger hunting in India. He is guarded by secret friends like deposed Hungarian Count Blurtz Shemshoian and Blurtz’s wonder dog, Nipper, who protect him from the Creature from the Black Lagoon—who hides in Aaron’s closet at night. The tales he constructs for himself, the real life stories he is witness to, and his mother’s desperate efforts to bring her son back from the brink, all come to a head at an emotional family dinner. “Funny, poignant and as endearing as its central character, The Swan is a wholly original tribute to childhood resilience.” —San Jose Mercury News “Had Kurt Vonnegut, William Saroyan, J. D. Salinger, Carlos Castaneda, Raymond Carver and James Thurber ever gathered at a writer’s workshop to co-author a short novel, the product might well have been The Swan.” —Terre Haute Tribune Star “A surreal study of a grief observed indirectly, The Swan serves as a testament to the unbridled power of childhood vision, even and especially in the wake of tragedy.” —Bloom magazine