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The Cobbler's Kids
Author: Rosie Harris
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1446440036
Pages: 368
Year: 2014-04-03
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He was a tyrant. She was his daughter. Kept a virtual stranger by her bullying father, fourteen-year-old Vera Quinn longs for a life of her own. Michael Quinn is admired and liked by his customers, but he rules his family with a rod of iron. After her mother's untimely death, Vera is expected to keep house for both Michael and her brothers Eddy and young Benny. And so begins a life of great hardship and little joy - Michael drinks away anything he earns and even the small wages Vera and Eddy bring in are barely enough to keep the family going. But then one day Michael brings Di Deverill home and life becomes an even greater hell for Vera. Will she ever be saved from a life of drudgery?
Architecture and Patterns for IT Service Management, Resource Planning, and Governance: Making Shoes for the Cobbler's Children
Author: Charles T. Betz
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 008048834X
Pages: 424
Year: 2006-11-17
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Architecture and Patterns for IT Service Management, Resource Planning, and Governance: Making Shoes for the Cobbler's Children provides an independent examination of developments in Enterprise Resource Planning for Information. Major companies, research firms, and vendors are offering Enterprise Resource Planning for Information Technology, which they label as ERP for IT, IT Resource Planning and related terms. This book presents on-the-ground coverage of enabling IT governance in architectural detail, which can be used to define a strategy for immediate execution. It fills the gap between high-level guidance on IT governance and detailed discussions about specific vendor technologies. It provides a unique value chain approach to integrating the COBIT, ITIL, and CMM frameworks into a coherent, unified whole. It presents a field-tested, detailed conceptual information model with definitions and usage scenarios, mapped to both process and system architectures. This book is recommended for practitioners and managers engaged in IT support in large companies, particularly those who are information architects, enterprise architects, senior software engineers, program/project managers, and IT managers/directors.
The Remarkable Christmas of the Cobbler's Sons
Author: Ruth Sawyer, Barbara Cooney
Publisher: Puffin
ISBN: 0140549161
Pages: 32
Year: 1997-10-01
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A poor cobbler and his three sons worry about having food for their Christmas feast, until a playful goblin king pays them a visit, in a traditional Tyrolean folktale, illustrated by a Caldecott Medal-winning artist. Reprint.
Crumbles and Cobblers
Author: Maxine Clark, PETER CASSIDY
Publisher:
ISBN: 1845972139
Pages: 64
Year: 2006
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The fruit crumble has earned a dedicated following. Treat yourself to a spicy Ginger Nectarine Crumble or, if your taste is traditional, choose the Classic Blackberry and Apple. Try a Summer Berry Cobbler with Lemon Scones or, for those with a sweet tooth who don't like to share, bake the Individual Pear, Maple and Pecan Cobblers.
The Shoemaker’s Daughter: A Novel
Author: Helen Martin Block
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1483419606
Pages:
Year: 2016-03-29
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In 1939 Aron is a soldier in the Polish Army. Captured by the Germans his valued skills as a shoemaker protect him until his true identity is revealed. Shipped back for slave labor and certain death, fate reunites him with Gitel, the woman he has long pursued. Midst escalating violence they marry, and soon Gitel has a child. Their decision to hide with the girl jeopardizes the safety of others and the choice they are forced to make turns into tragedy. The Shoemaker’s Daughter is a sensuous groundbreaking story of two poor Jews whose passion and bravado help them elude the Nazi net of terror. But even after being hidden by honorable Poles and the liberation there is still no safety. Now they must chance a dangerous escape to freedom. Gitel carries a precious secret that may derail everything they have fought for ...... and time is not on their side.
The Cobbler's Holiday
Author: Musharraf Ali Farooqi
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
ISBN: 1596432349
Pages: 32
Year: 2008-09-16
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ANY FAN OF FASHION WILL DELIGHT IN THIS GORGEOUSLY ILLUSTRATED CHIC FABLE. Long ago ants only cared about two things—fashion and dancing—and stylish shoes, the link between the two, became their biggest obsession. When the ants’ only cobbler leaves town, the ants find themselves in trouble. How are stylish ants supposed to keep in vogue without new shoes? When one ant finally does the shocking thing: shows up to a dance BAREFOOT, she creates a scandal…and eventually a new fashion trend. A witty tale of change, gracefully matched with chic art depicting high-fashion in ant-sized form.
The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big Round Things
Author: Carolyn Mackler
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1681198002
Pages: 256
Year: 2018-04-03
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A Michael L. Printz Honor Book * An ALA Best Book for Young Adults * A YALSA Teens' Top Ten Book * An NYPL Book for the Teen Age Carolyn Mackler's Printz Honor book--starring the unforgettably funny, body-conscious Virginia Shreves--returns in this 15th anniversary edition featuring text updates and never-before-seen material from the author. Fifteen-year-old Virginia feels like a plus-sized black sheep in her family, especially next to her perfect big brother Byron. Not to mention her best friend has moved, leaving Virginia to navigate an awkward relationship with a boy alone. He might like her now . . . but she has her doubts about how he'll react if he ever looks under all her layers of clothes. In order to survive, Virginia decides to follow a "Fat Girl Code of Conduct,†? which works, until the unthinkable causes her family's façade to crumble. As her world spins out of orbit, she realizes that being true to herself might be the only way back. Told in a perfect blend of humor and heart, this acclaimed Printz Honor winner resonates as much today as it did when it first published, and now features a new author foreword, text updates, and other bonus content.
The Blue Shoe
Author: Roderick Townley
Publisher: Yearling Books
ISBN: 0375847413
Pages: 255
Year: 2011-02-08
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A mysterious stranger commissions a single, valuable shoe from a humble cobbler, changing the cobbler's life and the life of his young apprentice forever.
Giant Meatball
Author: Robert Weinstock
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 054753986X
Pages: 32
Year: 2008-06-01
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A merry meatball is rolling a path of destruction through a small town. He rolls over pets, petunias, and the library--where he refuses to shush. When he rolls over the mayor herself, the townspeople know it's time. Time to invite the meatball to dinner. . . Sly humor abounds in this charming, offbeat story that will appeal to anyone who's ever faced a bully--and, of course, to spaghetti fans of all ages.
Cobbler's Knob
Author: Eleanor M. Jewett
Publisher: Viking Juvenile
ISBN: 0670226394
Pages: 192
Year: 1958
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A Shoemaker's Story
Author: Anthony W. Lee
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 303
Year: 2008
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""A Shoemaker's Story" is a brilliant book that fully conveys the richness of historical meaning common photographs can bring to light in the hands of a skillful interpreter. Anthony Lee's tale of multiple encounters among Yankee townspeople and factory owners, Chinese and French Canadian migrant laborers, and itinerant and studio photographers in North Adams, Massachusetts, is full of insight into the confluence of United States labor history, ethnic studies, and visual culture. Beautifully written as well, it will be required, desired, and inspired reading for anyone's list."--Laura Wexler, Yale University "Combining extraordinary archival work, an acute eye for the visual and social logic of photographs, and knowledge of the experiential history of their subjects, Anthony Lee offers a riveting account of the complex uses of nineteenth-century photography. In his readings, the power of images becomes a matter of complex cultural transactions and negotiations, as images themselves are viewed as critical objects for histories of labor, economic life, racial community, and self-representation. This groundbreaking study will influence scholarship for a considerable time to come."--Sara Blair, author of "Harlem Crossroads" "This book is a pleasure. Lee weaves together the many stories that run through these extraordinary photographs with exemplary deftness. Having dug deep in the archives, he cogently reconstructs the social dynamics of a forgotten community and a fascinating historical moment. His vivid tale should appeal to scholars and general readers alike."--Robin Kelsey, Harvard University "Wonderfully innovative and original. Anthony Lee offers a fascinating story that weaves together the history of manufacturing, labor, immigration, and photography. The photograph here becomes a new kind of historical evidence to be mined and untangled, a constellation of competing forces and desires. Beautifully written in remarkably lucid, playful prose. A real pleasure to read."--Shawn Michelle Smith, School of the Art Institute of Chicago "Through his reading of a single photograph taken of Chinese strikebreakers acquired to work in a shoe factory, Lee leads us on a fascinating exploration of the historical circumstances and social relations that gave rise to that photograph. The book shows an exemplary ambition in its methodological attempts to bring together close reading of visual texts, historical analysis, and archival research. An unflaggingly pleasurable read."--Gary Y. Okihiro, Columbia University
Cooking for Jeffrey
Author: Ina Garten
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
ISBN: 030746489X
Pages: 256
Year: 2016
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Garten has been cooking for her husband Jeffrey since they were married almost fifty years ago. This book is filled with the recipes Jeffrey and their friends request most often as well as stories from Ina and Jeffrey#x0;s many years together. There are traditional dishes that she#x0;s updated, wonderful new recipes, and even a chapter devoted to bread and cheese, with recipes and tips for creating the perfect cheese course.
A Cobbler's Tale
Author: Neil Perry Gordon
Publisher:
ISBN: 1732667705
Pages: 334
Year: 2018-10-15
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A Cobbler's Tale is an adventure story about Pincus Potasznik, a second-generation Jewish cobbler, born in a small shtetl in the province of Galicia, part of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire. In 1910, at the historic height of the massive Eastern European immigration wave to the New World, Pincus decides to leave behind his pregnant wife, and three small children, in order to seek a new life for his family in the burgeoning Lower East Side of Manhattan. On his traumatic voyage across the Atlantic Ocean on the SS Amerika steamship, Pincus meets Jakob Adler, a young man running from an accidental murder of a notorious crime boss in Warsaw. The story also explores the challenges of pregnant Clara Potasznik as she does her best to protect her family, while the bloodiest battles of World War I explode within miles of her family home, a small village called Krzywcza. Moshe, the young son of Pincus and Clara Potasznik, discovers his divine ability to foretell dire events, and to offer real comfort those in pain, taking the reader into the wisdom and mystery surrounding the ancient Jewish mysticism, known as Kabbalah. A Cobbler's Tale is a story of a family's survival against tremendous odds.
America's Most Wanted Recipes Kids' Menu
Author: Ron Douglas
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476734925
Pages: 224
Year: 2015-06-02
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The author of the New York Times bestselling America’s Most Wanted Recipes series reveals the secrets to winning over your kids’ tummies with their favorite restaurant meals made in the comfort of your own kitchen! More than a million home chefs have devoured Ron Douglas’s ingenious copycat recipes. From desserts to low-calorie and grilled meals, he’s proven how simple and cost-effective it is to prepare mouthwatering restaurant dishes at home. In America’s Most Wanted Recipes Kids’ Menu, he shares the ingredients to more than 100 of the most frequently ordered dishes from the country’s most popular children’s menus: Buca di Beppo’s Cheese Manicotti, PF Chang’s Crispy Honey Chicken, Applebee’s Kids’ Mini Hamburger, Chili’s Cinnamon Apples, Così’s Mississippi Mud Pie, Friendly’s Chicken Quesadillas, Panera Bread’s Mac and Cheese, Uno Chicago Grill’s Safari Nuggets, and much, much more. Face it, we all know the best way to make sure our kids are eating right is to prepare their food at home. Restaurant meals are traditionally high in calories, sodium, and fat. The dishes featured in Kids’ Menu were selected and designed to be served as occasional treats and as a fun way to get the family together in the kitchen, comparing the copycat version against the original. By making these dishes at home, parents will have the opportunity to make them healthier by substituting different ingredients and cooking methods. That’s what Kids’ Menu provides. Also included is a section on children’s nutrition and advice on how to balance the foods they love with ingredients that are good for them. Be the ultimate “sneaky chef.” Prepare the meals your family loves, knowing you’re giving them the nutrition they need. America’s Most Wanted Recipes Kids’ Menu will help you save money (no more drive-thru!) and calories, while you indulge in good food and quality time with the people you love around the dinner table.
Clothes in Colonial America
Author: Mark Thomas
Publisher: Childrens Press
ISBN: 0516239325
Pages: 24
Year: 2002
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Simple text and photographs depict the clothes worn by people in Colonial America.