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The Book On My Own
The Author Lavez Robinson Sr.
The Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date2013-01
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Pages 288
ISBN 9781479761661
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: This is the story of a once lost black man, giving compelling details of the trials, tribulations, and the ever changing circumstances surrounding him. Cursed from birth with unusual attributes; early on, he was faced with ridicule and constant criticism from not only peers, but also his parents. Desperate to be a part of something in a city plagued with hate, he was determined to escape the detrimental society that had withered away at the lives of so many. Therefore, he enlisted in the armed services after completing high school in hopes of finding his purpose in life.

The Book On My Own
The Author Mary V. Demassa
The Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date2010-01-01
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Pages 446
ISBN 9781450030595
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: I have decided to tell the story of my life. I intend to include information about my parents and my brother, and as I recall various events, I will include stories about other relatives and friends as well. We were an especially close family and our lives always revolved around one another. I believe this closeness was fostered by the love my parents had for each other, and they passed this love to each of us. In addition, Tommy and I were highly respected and encouraged by Mom and Dad all through their lives. They loved to take credit for all we achieved, as well they should have. We always did the best we could. But they gave us the chance and the backing we needed. Especially because Tommy and I were deeply loved by our parents, we gained confidence and assurance. We knew where we stood from the beginning. And we could always count on Mom and Dad for anything we needed. In addition, my parents deeply loved their families. They passed on this love to us through their close relationships with their brothers, sisters, cousins, and relatives in Italy and Romania, as well as their many friends. Family came first all through our lives. There may have been disagreements, but they were only occasional and the closeness returned. We were always thrilled to receive letters from the relatives overseas and the letters were read word for word to each other. I always felt part of the larger family, even though I did not understand the language. My mother interpreted for us, so we knew what was said and what the news was. Since my brother Tommy died so suddenly on November 14, 2003, I have felt a loss so deep I sometimes feel I can barely continue. The hurt never goes away. I want to share the reasons for my closeness to Tommy so our family and friends can better understand. For me, Tommy represented everything in life: my upbringing, my parents, and nearly all the things I experienced up to the present time. He was the one single family member to talk to who understood all of me. I never thought of life without Tommy. It has been a terrible blow, and of course I realize this is true for our family and friends, also. Further, since I have begun to think out what I want to write, I have expanded my goal to include additional stories and descriptions of our family, which will explain and bridge the generations of individuals who made up our lives. Perhaps other cousins and their children, and other friends, too, will be interested in my story. I hope to include pictures, letters, and other materials, which will be a history of our family to leave as my legacy to nieces and nephew and their children and to others. Even now, it is possible that only three great-grandchildren will remember my mother, their great-Grandma, GG. She loved them dearly, and I hope to leave them some wonderful memories and important information they can pass on to their children. I think they need to know where they came from down through our European roots and what our family was like. Otherwise, I am afraid all would be lost. Who will be left to tell our story? There are very few relatives left even now who remember. So, I have decided to try to tell this larger story in addition to describing my life. There are other persons who know some of my life's history, also, and as time permits, I will talk to them to add or correct information namely, Auntie Nina, Mom's sister, or her children; Jennie Ray, my first cousin and friend; and Octavia Lina Hirschmann, Mom's first cousin. Or Octavia's children, Carol Borthwaite (Colorado) or Fred Hirschmann (Alaska). In addition, my sister-in-law, Joann, will be of help as needed to give information about Tommy. Joann will have her story to tell also. As time passes, there are fewer and fewer people to ask about our history, and I hope to be as accurate as possible. Most everyone I have talked to about this project has been supportive. Several have even said that they too would like to leave some history for their families.

The Book On My Own
The Author In-Jin Yoon
The Publisher University of Chicago Press
Release Date2007-12-01
Genre Social Science
Pages 276
ISBN 0226959295
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The Los Angeles riots shattered Korean immigrants’ naive belief in the American dream. As many as 2,300 Korean shopkeepers lost their lifetime investments in one day. Korean immigrants had struggled for years to become economically independent through small businesses of their own. However, the riots made them realize how fragile their economic base is because their businesses are dependent on the impoverished, oppressed, and rebellious classes. In On My Own, In-Jin Yoon combines an intimate fieldwork account of Korean-black relations in Chicago and Los Angeles with extensive quantitative analysis at the national level. Yoon argues that a complete understanding of the contemporary Korean-American community requires systematic analyses of patterns of Korean immigration, entrepreneurship, and race relations with other minority groups. He explains how small business has become the major economic activity of Korean immigrants and how Korean businesses in minority neighborhoods have intensified racial tensions between Koreans and minorities like blacks and Latinos. “A groundbreaking study of Korean-black relations. Yoon’s insights on immigration, entrepreneurship, and race relations significantly enhance our understanding of urban racial tensions.”—William Julius Wilson, Harvard University

The Book On My Own Folklore
The Author LernerClassroom Editorial Staff
The Publisher LernerClassroom
Release Date2009-01-01
ISBN 9780822592044
Language English, Spanish, And French


The Book Making it on My Own
The Author Marlene
The Publisher Author Marlene
Release Date2012-03-06
Genre Drama
ISBN 9780985485603
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book On my own
The Author
The Publisher
Release Date1993
Genre Literary Criticism
Pages 456
ISBN 0840371160
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Consists of short stories revolving around various themes.

The Book On My Own
The Author Diane Rehm
The Publisher Vintage
Release Date2016-02-02
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Pages 176
ISBN 9781101875292
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: In a deeply personal and moving book, the beloved NPR radio host speaks out about the long drawn-out death (from Parkinson’s) of her husband of fifty-four years, and of her struggle to reconstruct her life without him. With John gone, Diane was indeed “on her own,” coping with the inevitable practical issues and, more important, with the profoundly emotional ones. What to do, how to react, reaching out again into the world—struggling to create a new reality for herself while clinging to memories of the past. Her focus is on her own roller-coaster experiences, but she has also solicited the moving stories of such recently widowed friends as Roger Mudd and Susan Stamberg, which work to expose the reader to a remarkable range of reactions to the death of a spouse. John’s unnecessarily extended death—he begged to be helped to die—culminated in his taking matters into his own hands, simply refusing to take water, food, and medication. His heroic actions spurred Diane into becoming a kind of poster person for the “right to die” movement that is all too slowly taking shape in our country. With the brave determination that has characterized her whole life, she is finding a meaningful new way to contribute to the world. Her book—as practical as it is inspiring—will be a help and a comfort to the recently bereaved, and a beacon of hope about the possibilities that remain to us as we deal with our own approaching mortality.

The Book On My Own
The Author Florence Falk
The Publisher Random House
Release Date2010-08-17
Genre Self-Help
Pages 304
ISBN 9781407031026
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: On My Own sends the refreshingly positive, and supportive, message that being alone is not a sign of failure but can be an empowering and liberating experience. Society can be cruel in its assessment of a woman alone, regarding her as defective or deserving of pity. Similar pressures cause women to be ashamed of losing the status of mother, wife or girlfriend, and to dread the prospect of 'going it alone'. But, as the author of this inspiring book points out, being on your own can be a vital, intensely creative experience in which you can find your own voice and live a fulfilling life. The case histories and positive view of On My Own will resonate with every woman, young and old, since it touches on a sensitive nerve shared by women all over the world.

The Book Something on My Own
The Author Glenn D. Smith
The Publisher Syracuse University Press
Release Date2007
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Pages 293
ISBN 081560887X
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: "For over three decades, Berg's "Molly" fluttered about and hung out her kitchen window dispensing motherly advice laced with engaging malapropisms, insights, and lots of "schmaltz." The show offered a warmly comedic look at the lives and dreams of working-class American Jews and subtle insights into the nature of assimilation. While Molly, husband Jake, and Uncle David represent Old World Jewish stereotypes, children Rosalie and Sammy are as American as apple pie. A portrait of the immigrant experience, The Goldbergs offered a mythic idea of the American dream.".

The Book All On My Own
The Author Sarah Dromey
The Publisher AuthorHouse
Release Date2012-12-06
Genre Self-Help
Pages 258
ISBN 9781477249833
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: All on my own is the story of a troubled little girl from Dublin whose family, and in particular her dad, mean everything to her. As a teenager she is very unwell with epilepsy, which is causing big educational and social problems. She learns to kiss down in Wexford, which has become her second home. This leads to some unpleasant sexual incidents. Sarah has made a decision to be a virgin, and about six or seven months after breaking up with her religious boyfriend, she starts a romantic story with a man she picks out of a crowd. Over time, she comes to realise that he’s the only one for her.

The Book On My Own
The Author Canadian Abilities Foundation
The Publisher The Foundation
Release Date2000
Genre Handicapped Life skills guides
Pages 117
ISBN 0968112021
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book On My Own Terms
The Author Darlene Barriere
The Publisher Trafford Publishing
Release Date2004
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Pages 264
ISBN 9781412019293
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: On My Own Terms: A Memoir TWENTY-FOUR-YEAR-OLD DARLENE BARRIERE is borderline anorexic when she enters psychotherapy. She's there to prove she doesn't need professional help, even though she hates everything about herself. She's afraid of being labeled neurotic or psychotic, but mostly, Darlene is afraid that she might be as crazy as her mother. And so begins ten months of grueling sessions with Dr. Stein . . . . Darlene shares and faces the memories that led to a suicide attempt, a planned teenage pregnancy and subsequent abortion, promiscuity, a stint in detention, morbid obesity, eating disorders, and a voluntary tubal-ligation when she was twenty-one years old. But she doesn't share the fact that in her purse are three boxes of Ex-Lax. Darlene must face the reality that her mother hated her. She must come to terms with her love/hate feelings for her violent, lord-and-master father. Twelve years later, Darlene learns her estranged mother has terminal bone cancer. As the family congregates to prepare for their mother's death, Darlene attempts to re-establish the emotional connection she once had with her brothers and sisters. But religious feuds, unresolved childhood squabbles, and Darlene's 'public-trustee-relationship' with her mother take their toll. Now she must deal with what happens when the past collides with the present. For more information, please visit:

The Book Dear Canada To Stand on My Own
The Author Barbara Haworth-Attard
The Publisher Scholastic Canada
Release Date2015-12-01
Genre Juvenile Fiction
Pages 192
ISBN 9781443128155
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The dark threat of polio becomes a reality for a young Prairie girl. In the summer of 1937, life on the Prairies is not easy. The Great Depression has brought great hardship, and young Noreen's family must scrimp to make ends meet. In a horrible twist of fate, Noreen, like hundreds of other young Canadians, contracts polio and is placed in an isolation ward, unable to move her legs. After a few weeks she gains partial recovery, but her family makes the painful decision to send her to a hospital far away for further treatment. To Stand On My Own is Noreen's diary account of her journey through recovery: her treatment; life in the ward; the other patients, some of them far worse off than her; adjustment to life in a wheelchair and on crutches; and ultimately, the emotional and physical hurdles she must face when she returns home. In this moving addition to the Dear Canada series, award-winning author Barbara Haworth-Attard recreates a desolate time in Canadian history, and one girl's brave fight against a deadly disease.

The Book On My Own
The Author Eleanor Roosevelt
The Publisher
Release Date2013-08
Pages 272
ISBN 1258792222
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The Story Of Her Life After April, 1945, Her Family, Friends, Campaign Work, Service In Humanitarian And International Causes. Includes Photographs, Anecdotes, Personal Assessments, And Describes In Intimate Detail The Problems She Had To Solve After Her Husband's Death.

The Book Galen Three Treatises An Intermediate Greek Reader Greek Text with Running Vocabulary and Commentary
The Author Stephen Nimis
The Publisher Faenum Publishing, Limited
Release Date2014-03
Genre Foreign Language Study
Pages 190
ISBN 194099702X
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The aim of this book is to make three of the Roman physician Galen's shorter works (On my Own Books, On the Order of my Own Books, and That the Best Physician is also a Philosopher) accessible to intermediate students of Ancient Greek. The running vocabulary and grammatical commentary are meant to provide everything necessary to read each page. Although Galen can be a little difficult at times, his language gets easier and more predictable with practice, and these three works are a great introduction to this fascinating figure. They are not strictly speaking medical works, but reflections on his own work and thought that throw extraordinary light on the relationship of the medical profession in antiquity to wider currents of thought in the brilliant period of Greek literature known as the "second sophistic."

The Book I Can Do Anything That s Everything All On My Own
The Author Lauren Child
The Publisher Penguin
Release Date2008-01-10
Genre Juvenile Fiction
Pages 24
ISBN 9781101588017
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Today Lola wants to do everything all on her own, but things aren't as easy as she thought they'd be. In the park, when Charlie and his friend Marv explain to Lola that a seesaw won't "see" or "saw" with only one person on it, Lola reluctantly lets them sit on the other end. When Lola soars into the sky, it launches her into an elaborate high-seas fantasy where she saves Marv and Charlie from ever-soevil pirates. All on her own! From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Book On My Own
The Author Melody Carlson
The Publisher Multnomah
Release Date2009-02-04
Genre Young Adult Fiction
Pages 272
ISBN 9780307564856
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: University life isn't what Caitlin expected. Her roommate Liz is hostile to her faith -- tormenting her with raunchy music and sleazy boyfriends. Worst of all, suddenly Caitlin doesn't understand herself anymore. Why has she regressed to being the shy, insecure girl she was in junior high? She doesn't even fit in with her new Christian fellowship group! Caitlin tries not to envy Josh and her friends at Christian colleges, but suddenly all she has are questions and few answers. In the story of Caitlin O'Conner's soul, this frustrating year is the most significant one yet, as the homesick freshman eventually remembers there is one companion she can always trust. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Book A Journey on My Own
The Author Eric H. Vieler
The Publisher Government Institutes
Release Date2009-11-10
Genre History
Pages 130
ISBN 0761848371
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: This book is story of the author, an American raised in Hitler's Germany, where he saw the persecution of Jewish neighbors and experienced the bombing of cities. Vieler tells of his experiences during WWII before repatriating to America and enlisting in the Army during the Korean War.

The Book Out on My Own
The Author Jonathan P. Lamas
The Publisher iUniverse
Release Date2003-08-01
Genre Literary Criticism
Pages 144
ISBN 9780595292110
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: As a follow up to his first book Sanctuary of Expression, accomplished writer Jonathan Patrick Lamas returns with Out On My Own. Chocked full of touching poetry and heartfelt prose, Out On My Own provides a private glimpse into the solitude life of a struggling young writer. Return once again to the busy streets of New York City as Jonathan struggles to find his special place amidst the masses. Experience the bittersweet rendition of first love, and the heart wrenching burden of life's uncertainties. From posh parties atop The Rainbow Room in Manhattan, to late night times in The Village, Jonathan shares poetically with you the ups and downs of being out on his own.

The Book On My Own Now
The Author Donna Lee Schillinger
The Publisher The Quilldriver
Release Date2009-02
Genre Religion
Pages 288
ISBN 9780979163951
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: “Freedom! Finally life on my own!” Excited about making your mark on the world, living life on your own terms and eating ice cream for dinner if you want? Being on your own is so great, but when the decisions get a little more difficult than “Do I wash a black-and-white striped shirt with whites or colors?”, this little book will be invaluable. On My Own Now shows you how to apply biblical wisdom of the ages to choosing everything from friends to underwear; exercising and exorcising (ooh, creepy); juggling commitments and balancing bills; taking mom and dad for all they’re worth (er, uh, we mean like taking their advice and stuff); and waiting, dating and maybe someday mating. On My Own Now is about strengthening young women’s faith and preventing the screw-ups that can brand us for life. Donna Lee Schillinger draws on her eclectic past as a rebellious youth, Peace Corps volunteer, social worker, single mother, court mediator and executive director of a home for single young mothers. She uses gender-reversed Proverbs with real-life applications to wave the red flag of caution for young women, warning against the pitfalls of a post-modern, sexually casual, consumer-is-king society that is indelibly scarring youth with cynicism, sexually transmitted diseases and bad credit. This compact collection of quirky vignettes is great for daily devotions, affirmations, confessions, benedictions and many other religious “tions,” all with the goal of keeping you on the yellow brick road. After all, you’re not in Kansas anymore – you’re on your own now (unless you live in Kansas, then you would still be in Kansas…). “Every once in a while, a book lands in my hands that I know immediately is truly extraordinary. On My Own Now is such a book. Donna Lee Schillinger's writing style absolutely sparkles and is a joy to read just for the sheer pleasure of observing a true wordsmith at work. Then, there's the content, which is absolutely exceptional. If you could put one book into the hands of every young woman you know, this should be the book. And if she applied a fraction of the wisdom contained therein, she'd be spared a mountain of tears. This is an amazing book and I highly recommend it.” Donna Partow, Author, Becoming the Woman God Wants Me To Be: A 90-Day Guide to Living the Proverbs 31 Life.