[bksvol-discuss] Re: Sunrise Song

If you can't get it from them I can get the book from the library, but who is 
the author and what is the edition? The isbn would be helpful
Cindy
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--- On Wed, 4/15/09, KGnfOnWheels@xxxxxxx <KGnfOnWheels@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> From: KGnfOnWheels@xxxxxxx <KGnfOnWheels@xxxxxxx>
> Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Sunrise Song
> To: bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Wednesday, April 15, 2009, 1:49 PM
> 
> 
>  
>  
> 
> 
>  
> I need page 18 of Sunrise Song.  Is Susan
> Glodas  or solstice singer here?
>  
> 
> In a message dated 4/15/2009 12:13:14 A.M. Central
> Daylight Time,
> ecartis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
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>     [bksvol-discuss] Re: New Books List
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>   [bksvol-discuss] Fw: History and Current Events April
> 2009
>    
>       [bksvol-discuss] 6 books submitted one with
> a hold
>  
>         [bksvol-discuss] Planning to scan
>      
>     [bksvol-discuss] Re: paco and the witch
>        
>   [bksvol-discuss] Re: just submitted the Secret of the
> Pink    
>   
>         [bksvol-discuss] Re: just
> submitted the Secret
>   of the Pink 
>   
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> Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: New Books
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> Sorry, I goofed.  It
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> Try that.  I didn't notice that
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> Sue S.
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> Hi.  His
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> 
> From: "Amber
>   Wallenstein" <amber.wallens@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Fw:
>   History and Current Events April 2009
> Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 08:55:08
>   -0400
> 
> New and Recently Released!
> The Lost City of Z: A Tale of
>   Deadly Obsession in the Amazon - by David Grann
> Publisher:
>   Doubleday
> Check Library Catalog
> Pub Date: 2/24/2009
> ISBN-13:
>   9780385513531
> ISBN-10: 0385513534
> In 1925, British explorer Percy
>   Fawcett voyaged up the Amazon in search of a lost city he
> called Z. Although
>   Fawcett was a longtime and expert adventurer,
> he and his two companions
>   (including his 21-year-old son) were never seen again.
> When journalist David
>   Grann heard Fawcett's story, he joined the ranks
> of those trying to learn
>   what happened to him--about 100 of whom have lost their
> own lives in the
>   process. Grann's foray into the jungle--and
> elsewhere--to
> discover the
>   truth is interwoven with Fawcett's adventures, which
> are based on the
>   explorer's diaries and other accounts. Featuring
> blow-darts, giant
>   snakes,
> and hostile locals, this thrilling narrative reads
> "with all the
>   pace and excitement of a movie thriller" (The New
> York Times).
> Table of
>   Contents
> 
> The unforgiving minute : a soldier's education -
> Mullaney,
>   Craig M.
> Publisher: Penguin Press
> Check Library Catalog
> Pub Date:
>   02/19/2009
> ISBN-13: 9781594202025
> ISBN-10: 1594202028
>   Craig M.
>   Mullaney's education had been relentlessly preparing
> him for this moment. The
>   four years he spent at West Point and the harrowing test
> of Ranger
> School
>   readied him for a career in the Army. His subsequent
> experience as a Rhodes
>   scholar at Oxford couldn't have been further from the
> Army and his
>   working-class
> roots, and yet the unorthodox education he received there
>   would be surprisingly relevant as a combat leader. Years
> later, after that
>   unforgettable experience
> in Afghanistan, he would return to the United
>   States to teach history to future Navy and Marine Corps
> officers at the Naval
>   Academy. He had been in their
> position once, and he had put his education
>   to the test. How would he use his own life-changing
> experience to prepare
>   them.  The Unforgiving Minute is
> the extraordinary story of one
>   soldier's singular education.
> 
> Hunting Eichmann: How a Band of Survivors
>   and a Young Spy Agency Chased Down the World's Most
> Notorious Nazi - by Neal
>   Bascomb
> Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
> Check Library
>   Catalog
> Pub Date: 3/11/2009
> ISBN-13: 9780618858675
> ISBN-10:
>   0618858679
> In this gripping chronicle of the 15-year hunt for Nazi war
>   criminal Adolf Eichmann, author Neal Bascomb utilizes
> interviews and other
>   research to illuminate
> how Eichmann was able to elude capture and escape
>   from Europe. In addition, he also details the efforts of
> the German, U.S., and
>   especially Israeli governments
> and their spy agencies to turn up clues and
>   bring Eichmann back to Israel for trial. It's a
> thrilling and suspenseful
>   story in its own right, but you'll
> also learn about the early days of
>   Israel's legendary Mossad agency. If you're
> interested in the Holocaust, war
>   crimes, or Israeli history, you'll want
> to pick up Hunting
>   Eichmann.
> 
> Cleveland's Lighthouses - Janice B. Patterson
> Publisher:
>   Arcadia Pub
> Check Library Catalog
> Pub Date: 03/02/2009
> ISBN-13:
>   9780738560564
> ISBN-10: 0738560561
> Missionary-geographer John Heckewelder
>   was prophetic in the 1790s when he mapped the place where
> the Cuyahoga River
>   flows into Lake Erie. He wrote, "Cujahaga
> will hereafter be a place of
>   great importance."  In 1796, surveyors arrived
> to plot a new town and
>   named it after their superintendent, Moses Cleaveland.
> Soon Cleveland (the
>   a was omitted on early maps) was a magnet for inventors
> and entrepreneurs. By
>   1829-1830, a lighthouse was necessary to support lake
> traffic spurred by
>   shipbuilding, shipping, and population growth.. A
> succession of taller,
>   brighter structures has guided mariners into the
> Cleveland harbor,
> creating
>   a splendid history. Remarkable people have tended these
> sometimes-silent
>   sentinels through decades of calm nights and dramatic
> storms,
>   subtly
> contributing to the region's growth and prosperity.
> 
> Joker
>   One: A Marine Platoon's Story of Courage, Sacrifice,
> and Brotherhood - by
>   Donovan Campbell
> Publisher: Random House
> Check Library Catalog
> Pub
>   Date: 3/10/2009
> ISBN-13: 9781400067732
> ISBN-10: 1400067731
> As a
>   junior at Princeton, Donovan Campbell decided to attend
> Marine Corps Officer
>   Candidate School as a résumé-builder. Though he
> didn't enjoy it, he
>   ultimately
> decided to join the Marines because of the challenges it
>   offered. Three years later, in 2004, the platoon he led
> was sent to Ramadi,
>   one of Iraq's most
> dangerous cities. For seven months Lt. Campbell and his
>   men patrolled the streets, defended themselves in
> ambushes, fought insurgents,
>   and managed to retain
> control of their area. His depiction of the
>   interpersonal dynamics of his team, the horrors of
> combat, and his
>   ground-level view of the war in Iraq combine
> to present a "valuable
>   supplement to big-picture histories of the war's
> first year" (Kirkus
>   Reviews).
> 
> The Third Reich at War - by Richard J. Evans
> Publisher:
>   Penguin Press
> Check Library Catalog
> Pub Date: 3/19/2009
> ISBN-13:
>   9781594202063
> ISBN-10: 1594202060
> In this third volume in a trilogy on
>   the history of Nazi Germany, historian Richard Evans
> traces the collapse of
>   the Third Reich. In addition to following
> the rise and fall of the
>   military, Evans explores the ways in which the Nazis
> gained compliance and
>   support and examines Hitler's campaign of racial
> subjugation
> and genocide.
>   Unsurprisingly, Booklist calls this comprehensive tome
> "a chilling and often
>   downright sickening account of savagery on a gigantic
> scale,"
> but also
>   applauds Evans' range and his efforts to describe how
> the war affected
>   ordinary people. At nearly a thousand pages, this is no
> quick read,
>   but
> it's well worth the effort for those interested in
> World War II
>   history.
> It Happened in April
> 
> The Fall of Berlin, 1945 - by Antony
>   Beevor
> Publisher: Penguin Books
> Check Library Catalog
> Pub Date:
>   5/1/2003
> ISBN-13: 9780142002803
> ISBN-10: 0142002801
> Though this
>   compelling chronicle of the last days of the Third Reich
> covers from January
>   to May, 1945, it was in late April that Soviet forces
> entered Berlin.
> In
>   addition to parsing out retribution for recent Nazi
> atrocities, they hoped to
>   capture German scientists and gain the knowledge
> necessary to build
>   an
> atomic bomb--a motivation that Allied forces were unaware
> of. The
>   Soviets and their brutal approach on Berlin are the focus
> of The Fall of
>   Berlin, 1945,
> but military historian Antony Beevor also attends to the
>   miserable conditions of Berlin's three million
> starving citizens, the
>   desperate maneuvers by Nazi
> leaders, and the actions taken by American and
>   British forces.
> First Chapter
> Table of Contents
> 
> April 4, 1968:
>   Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Death and How It Changed
> America - by Michael Eric
>   Dyson
> Publisher: Basic Civitas Books
> Check Library Catalog
> Pub Date:
>   3/24/2008
> ISBN-13: 9780465002122
> ISBN-10: 0465002129
> Forty years
>   after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.,
> author and activist
>   Michael Eric Dyson reassesses the late civil rights
> leader's influence
> on
>   American society and his role as a black leader. In
> addition to discussing the
>   impact of King's violent death on himself and others
> (he writes,
>   "The
> bullet that shattered King's jaw lodged fragments of
> fear deep inside
>   my psyche."), Dyson examines the model that King
> left for other black leaders
>   to
> aspire to; Jesse Jackson, Barack Obama, Al Sharpton, and
> Oprah Winfrey
>   are all scrutinized. If you are interested in black
> history, leadership, or
>   the
> contemporary state of racial politics, give April 4, 1968 a
>   try.
> Table of Contents
> 
> For Liberty and Glory: Washington, Lafayette,
>   and Their Revolutions - by James R. Gaines
> Publisher: W.W. Norton &
>   Company
> Check Library Catalog
> Pub Date: 9/30/2007
> ISBN-13:
>   9780393061383
> ISBN-10: 0393061388
> The relationship between George
>   Washington and the Marquis de Lafayette began during the
> American Revolution,
>   when Lafayette was just 19. Lafayette served
> as both a general and a
>   diplomat for the fledgling republic, and later went on to
> play an important
>   role in the French Revolution. In For Liberty and Glory,
> author James
>   Gaines gives a narrative account of the "sister
> revolutions," and reveals the
>   connections between the conflicts, while discussing the
> close
> but complex
>   relationship between Washington and Lafayette. And the
> April connection? On
>   April 18, 1775, as Paul Revere was making his way to
> Lexington,
> a riot
>   broke out in France over the price of flour.
> Table of Contents
> 
> The
>   First Heroes: The Extraordinary Story of the Doolittle
> Raid--America's First
>   World War II Victory - by Craig Nelson
> Publisher: Penguin Books
> Check
>   Library Catalog
> Pub Date: 9/1/2003
> ISBN-13: 9780142003411
> ISBN-10:
>   0142003417
> After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, U.S. President Roosevelt
>   asked Air Force colonel James A. Doolittle to plan the
> first bombing raid on
>   Japan, which took
> place four months later, in April, 1942. The planes--16
>   B-52 bombers crewed by volunteers--flew halfway across
> the Pacific Ocean
>   before reaching their
> targets; after deploying their bombs, they carried on
>   towards unoccupied China. Though there were casualties,
> the Doolittle Raid was
>   a definite success
> for the U.S., not only in military terms but because
>   U.S. confidence lifted while Japanese morale was damaged.
> First-person
>   accounts pepper this enthusiastic
> look at an important, if little-known,
>   event in World War II history.
> 
> Manhunt: The Twelve-Day Chase for
>   Lincoln's Killer - by James L. Swanson
> Publisher: William Morrow
> Check
>   Library Catalog
> Pub Date: 2/1/2006
> ISBN-13: 9780060518493
> ISBN-10:
>   0060518499
> This fascinating account of the escape of Abraham
> Lincoln's
>   assassin takes readers on the intense 12-day search for
> John Wilkes Booth that
>   began on the
> streets of Washington, D.C., careened through the swamps of
>   Maryland, and continued into the forests of Virginia.
> Thanks to rare archival
>   materials, the
> dramatic April hunt comes into focus, as do the federal
>   agents and Union cavalry who pursued Booth. Lincoln fans,
> assassination buffs,
>   and anyone who likes
> a good chase story will enjoy this taut, suspenseful
>   work. Keep a lookout for Manhunt's eventual
> appearance in theaters, as
>   Hollywood has already optioned
> this story.
> First Chapter
> Table of
>   Contents
> 
> April 1865: The Month that Saved America - by Jay
>   Winik
> Publisher: Harper Perennial
> Check Library Catalog
> Pub Date:
>   8/15/2006
> ISBN-13: 9780060899684
> ISBN-10: 0060899689
> In April, 1865,
>   during the last month of the U.S. Civil War, the divided
> country saw the fall
>   of Richmond, General Lee's surrender at the
> Appomattox courthouse
> in
>   Virginia, and President Lincoln's assassination. In
> addition to shedding light
>   on these events and others during the collapse of the
> Confederacy and
> the
>   end of the war, historian Jay Winik also explores how
> that April marked a
>   decisive turning point in the history of the U.S.--it was
> after the
>   Civil
> War that bonds between the individual states tightened to
> form a
>   stronger United States. Don't miss this engaging look
> into the people and
>   events of the
> Civil War.
> First
>   Chapter
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> From: "Shelley L.
>   Rhodes" <guidinggolden@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [bksvol-discuss] 6 books
>   submitted one with a hold
> Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 16:42:52 -0400
> 
> Hi
>   everyone,
> 
> Here are six fairly easy proofreadings, smile, that have
> been
>   read through.
> 
> I know that Cat lover Laurie wanted the first one but the
>   rest are up for 
> grabs.
> 
> The Presbyterian handbook
> 
> And up for
>   grabs by anyone, again these have been read through.
> 
> The Madness of
>   Usher's Coping with Deafness and Blindness
> By Dorothy Steifel
> 
> And
>   four from Nature's Children
> 
> Camels
> Dugongs (if you don't know what
>   one is might want to read this, smile)
> Llamas
> Vultures
> 
> 
> But
>   happy proofing.
> 
> Shelley L. Rhodes, M.A., VRT
> And Guinevere: Golden
>   Lady Guide Dog
> guidinggolden@xxxxxxxxx
> Guide Dogs for the
>   Blind
> Alumni Association
> www.guidedogs.com
> 
> The people who burned
>   witches at the stake never for one moment thought of 
> their act as
>   violence;
> rather they thought of it as an act of divinely mandated
>   righteousness.
> The same can be said of most of the violence we humans have
>   ever 
> committed. -Gil Bailie, author and lecturer (b.
>   1944)
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> From: "Shelley L.
>   Rhodes" <guidinggolden@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Planning
>   to scan
> Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 16:51:59 -0400
> 
> Planning to scan or
>   perhaps have scanned the following.
> 
> The Presbyterian Source
> How Do
>   you Spell Presbyterian
> 
> Everyday Life in Old Testament
>   Times
> 
>       Nerds : who they are and why we need
> more of
>   them  Anderegg, David,
> 
> 
>       Buzzed : the
>   straight facts about the most used and abused drugs from
> 
> alcohol to
>   ecstasy  Kuhn,
> 
>             Twinkie,
>   deconstructed : my journey to discover how the 
> ingredients found in
>   processed foods are grown, mined (yes, mined), and 
> manipulated into what
>   America eats  Ettlinger, Steve
>      
>   Cynthia
> 
> 
> 
> Shelley L. Rhodes, M.A., VRT
> And Guinevere: Golden
>   Lady Guide Dog
> guidinggolden@xxxxxxxxx
> Guide Dogs for the
>   Blind
> Alumni Association
> www.guidedogs.com
> 
> The people who burned
>   witches at the stake never for one moment thought of 
> their act as
>   violence;
> rather they thought of it as an act of divinely mandated
>   righteousness.
> The same can be said of most of the violence we humans have
>   ever 
> committed. -Gil Bailie, author and lecturer (b.
>   1944)
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009
>   20:57:15 -0400
> Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: paco and the witch
> From:
>   Jamie Yates <mirxtech@xxxxxxxxx>
> 
> I think I already got the pages
>   from Paco and the Witch that were needed..
> -- 
> Jamie in
>   Michigan
> Currently Reading: Lost Lake by Phillip
>   Margolin
> www.michrxtech.com/books.html
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date:
>   Tue, 14 Apr 2009 20:59:14 -0400
> Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: just
>   submitted the Secret of the Pink     Carnation
> From: Jamie Yates
>   <mirxtech@xxxxxxxxx>
> 
> I sent the chapter headings with page
>   numbers and the first couple of words
> of each to E today.
> -- 
> Jamie
>   in Michigan
> Currently Reading: Lost Lake by Phillip
>   Margolin
> www.michrxtech.com/books.html
> 
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Date:
>   Tue, 14 Apr 2009 22:02:00 -0400
> From: "E."
>   <thoth93@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: just submitted
>   the Secret of the Pink      Carnation
> 
> Got them. 
>   Thanks.
> 
> Elizabeth
> 
> 
> At 08:59 PM 4/14/2009, you wrote:
> >I
>   sent the chapter headings with page numbers and the first
> couple 
> >of
>   words of each to E today.
> >
> >--
> >Jamie in
>   Michigan
> >Currently Reading: Lost Lake by Phillip
>   Margolin
> ><http://www.michrxtech.com/books.html>www.michrxtech.com/books.html
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
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