Isabella Greenway: An Enterprising Woman

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University of Arizona Press #ad - She shows national politics played out behind the scenes, Isabella's lifelong friendship with Eleanor Roosevelt, and the drama of a loyal wife caring for a dying husband despite having fallen in love with a younger man. Isabella played a decisive role in franklin roosevelt's nomination to the presidency in 1932; the New York Times called her "the most-talked-of woman at the National Democratic Convention.

She was elected to congress as arizona's only US Representative, and again drew national media attention when she challenged FDR for not being sufficiently progressive. Miller's meticulous biography captures a life of adventure and romance, from southern tobacco country to the ballrooms of New York, from western ranches to the dome of the US Capitol.

Isabella Greenway: An Enterprising Woman #ad - Her infancy was spent on a snow-swept ranch in North Dakota, where young TR was a neighbor and a friend. The book also shows greenway's considerable influence on the development of Arizona's business and politics in the early decades of statehood. An energetic entrepreneur who managed a ranch, an airline, and a resort.

She was at home on the western range and in New York salons. A politician who became a key player in the New Deal. Now kristie miller offers an intimate view of this extraordinary woman. Isabella greenway's life was linked with both Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin D.

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Our Towns: A 100,000-Mile Journey into the Heart of America

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Vintage #ad - The america they saw is acutely conscious of its problems—from economic dislocation to the opioid scourge—but itis also crafting solutions, with a practical-minded determination at dramatic odds with the bitter paralysis of national politics. Visiting dozens of towns, educators, artists, city planners, business people, librarians, public servants, they have met hundreds of civic leaders, students, immigrants, environmentalists, workers, and entrepreneurs to take the pulse and understand the prospects of places that usually draw notice only after a disaster or during a political campaign.

Their view of the country is as complex and contradictory as America itself, but it also reflects the energy, the generosity and compassion, the dreams, and the determination of many who are in the midst of making things better. The fallowses describe America in the middle of one of these creative waves.

Our Towns: A 100,000-Mile Journey into the Heart of America #ad - National best seller***a vivid, surprising portrait of the civic and economic reinvention taking place in America, town by town and generally out of view of the national media. For the last five years, James and Deborah Fallows have been traveling across America in a single-engine prop airplane. Our towns is the story of their journey—and an account of a country busy remaking itself.

A realistically positive and provocative view of the country between its coasts. At times of dysfunction on a national level, reform possibilities have often arisen from the local level.

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Bodega Dreams Vintage Contemporaries

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Vintage #ad - In a stunning narrative combining the gritty rhythms of Junot Diaz with the noir genius of Walter Mosley, Bodega Dreams pulls us into Spanish Harlem, where the word is out: Willie Bodega is king. Need college tuition for your daughter?  Start-up funds for your fruit stand?  Bodega can help. He gives everyone a leg up, in exchange only for loyalty—and a steady income from the drugs he pushes.

Lyrical, inspired, and darkly funny, this powerful debut novel brilliantly evokes the trial of Chino, a smart, promising young man to whom Bodega turns for a favor. Chino is drawn to bodega's street-smart idealism, navigating an underworld of switchblade tempers, turncoat morality, but soon finds himself over his head, and murder.

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The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving: A Novel

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Algonquin Books #ad - But when ben is assigned his first client--a tyrannical nineteen-year-old boy named Trevor, who is in the advanced stages of Duchenne muscular dystrophy--he soon discovers that the endless service checklists have done nothing to prepare him for the reality of caring for a fiercely stubborn, sexually frustrated teenager who has an ax to grind with the whole world.

He is instructed about professionalism, about how to keep an emotional distance between client and provider, and about the art of inserting catheters while avoiding liability. Bursting with energy and filled with moments of absolute beauty, this big-hearted and inspired novel ponders life’s terrible surprises as well as what it takes to truly care for another human being.

The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving: A Novel #ad - In the revised fundamentals of caregiving releasing june 24, jonathan evison, starring paul rudd and selena gomez, Harriet Chance! and the New York Times bestseller West of Here, author of the new novel This Is Your Life, 2016 as a Netflix Original Film titled The Fundamentals of Caring, has crafted a novel of the heart, a story of unlikely heroes in a grand American landscape.

. Over time, which had begun with mutual misgivings, evolves into a close friendship, the relationship between Ben and Trev, and the traditional boundaries between patient and caregiver begin to blur. The bond between them strengthens as they embark on a road trip to visit Trev’s ailing father--a journey rerouted by a series of bizarre roadside attractions that propel them into an impulsive adventure disrupted by one birth, a freakish dust storm, two arrests, and a six-hundred-mile cat-and-mouse pursuit by a mysterious brown Buick Skylark.

Hoping to find a new direction, he enrolls in a night class called The Fundamentals of Caregiving, where he will learn to take care of people with disabilities. For ben benjamin, his family, all has been lost--his wife, his home, his livelihood.

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The Vengeance of Mothers: The Journals of Margaret Kelly & Molly McGill: A Novel One Thousand White Women Series Book 2

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St. Martin's Press #ad - No one expected this program to work. The stunning sequel to the award-winning novel One Thousand White Women: A Novel. Clever and satisfying. Fergus is a superb writer and the characters are as real as any pioneer women who braved the rigors of westering. The denver post"a gripping tale, a history lesson infused with both sadness at the violence perpetuated against the Cheyenne and awe at the endurance of this remarkable group of women.

Booklist, starred review9 march 1876My name is Meggie Kelly and I take up this pencil with my twin sister, Susie. But many of them fell in love with their Cheyenne spouses and had children with them. And became Cheyenne themselves. We have nothing left, less than nothing. Government's "brides for indians" program in 1873, a program whose conceit was that the way to peace between the United States and the Cheyenne Nation was for One Thousand White Woman to be given as brides in exchange for three hundred horses.

The Vengeance of Mothers: The Journals of Margaret Kelly & Molly McGill: A Novel One Thousand White Women Series Book 2 #ad - . The village of our people has been destroyed, our friends butchered by the soldiers, all our possessions burned, our baby daughters gone, frozen to death on an ungodly trek across these rocky mountains. We curse God in his heaven. These "brides" were mostly fallen women; women in prison, prostitutes, the occasional adventurer, or those incarcerated in asylums.

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Lost Without the River: A Memoir

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She Writes Press #ad - Lost without the river is an elegantly wrought memoir of resilience, courage, and reinvention. Eager for adventure, she leaves the farm—first for the Peace Corps and ultimately for the unknown environs of Manhattan’s Upper East Side—but she never truly escapes. The youngest of seven, the strictures of the church, Barbara wrestles against the expectations of her family, and the limits imposed by a male-dominated culture.

Lost Without the River: A Memoir #ad - A portrait of nature at its most beautiful and demanding, it is the story of a girl whose family struggled against Depression-era hardship and personal tragedy to carve out a small farm in rural South Dakota. Lost without the river demonstrates the emotional power that even the smallest place can exert, and the gravitational pull that calls a person back home.

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I Feel Bad About My Neck

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Vintage #ad - Utterly courageous, and unexpectedly moving in its truth telling, uproariously funny, irresistible treat of a book, full of truths, I Feel Bad About My Neck is a scrumptious, laugh out loud moments that will appeal to readers of all ages. With her disarming, a candid, intimate, and dry sense of humor, nora Ephron shares with us her ups and downs in I Feel Bad About My Neck, completely accessible voice, hilarious look at women who are getting older and dealing with the tribulations of maintenance, empty nests, menopause, and life itself.

I Feel Bad About My Neck #ad - Ephron chronicles her life as an obsessed cook, passionate city dweller, and hapless parent. But mostly she speaks frankly and uproariously about life as a woman of a certain age.

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Saint Everywhere: Travels in Search of the Lady Saints

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Prospect Park Books #ad - Catherine of siena and made a resolution: Whenever she was lucky enough to travel, if a shrine dedicated to a female saint was nearby, she'd visit it and learn about her. Over eight quests, carroll takes readers along with her as she seeks to learn something from a few great women of history, while looking for ways to be a better citizen of the world.

What started as a hobby grew into a journey she never expected, doubts and inspiration, one rich with challenges and cappuccinos, glasses of wine with strangers and moments of transcendence. Traveling with—and learning from—the women saints While visiting Siena, Italy, Mary Lea Carroll grew fascinated with the remarkable story of St.

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The A List Ali Reynolds Series Book 14

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Gallery Books #ad - She has a new house, a new husband, and a flourishing cybersecurity company where her team of veritable technological wizards hunts down criminals one case at a time. Tattooed on his arm are the initials of those who put him behind bars, and he won’t stop until every person on that Annihilation List is dead.

In this timely “devilish page-turner” People from New York Times bestselling author J. A. Jance, ali reynolds learns that no good deed goes unpunished. More than ten years after the sudden end of her high-profile broadcasting career, Ali Reynolds has made a good life for herself in her hometown of Sedona, Arizona.

Years may have passed, but Dr. But the death of an old friend brings ali back to the last story she ever reported: a feel-good human interest piece about a young man in need of a kidney to save his life, which quickly spiraled into a medical mismanagement scandal that landed a prestigious local doctor in prison for murder.

The A List Ali Reynolds Series Book 14 #ad - Edward gilchrist has not forgotten those responsible for his downfall—especially not Ali Reynolds, who exposed his dirty deeds to the world. In this gripping suspense novel from “one of the finest practitioners of the suspenseful thriller” The Strand Magazine, Ali Reynolds and her team race against the clock to stop this ruthless killer—before her own name is crossed out for good.

. Life without parole won’t stop him from getting his revenge.

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The Lager Queen of Minnesota: A Novel

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Pamela Dorman Books #ad - It's Blotz. Where edith has a heart as big as Minnesota, Helen's is as rigid as a steel keg. Warm, witty and--like any good craft beer--complex, the saga delivers a subtly feminist and wholly life-affirming message. People magazine   a novel of family, fate and the secrets of making a world-class beer, hard work, from the bestselling author of Kitchens of the Great MidwestTwo sisters, Midwestern values, one farm.

Despite baking award-winning pies at the local nursing home, her older sister, Edith, struggles to make what most people would call a living. She earns a shot at learning the ipa business from the ground up--will that change their fortunes forever, and perhaps reunite her splintered family?Here we meet a cast of lovable, funny, quintessentially American characters eager to make their mark in a world that's often stacked against them.

The Lager Queen of Minnesota: A Novel #ad - . So she can't help wondering what her life would have been like with even a portion of the farm money her sister kept for herself. In this deeply affecting family saga, moved, we're surprised, resolution can take generations, but when it finally comes, and delighted. A family is split when their father leaves their shared inheritance entirely to Helen, his younger daughter.

. If it's not too late. Meanwhile, edith's granddaughter, Diana, grows up knowing that the real world requires a tougher constitution than her grandmother possesses.

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Life After Life: A Novel

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Reagan Arthur Books #ad - On that same cold and snowy night, lets out a lusty wail, to say the least, and embarks upon a life that will be, Ursula Todd is born, unusual. For as she grows, repeatedly, she also dies, in a variety of ways, while the young century marches on towards its second cataclysmic world war. She dies before she can draw her first breath.

Life After Life: A Novel #ad - . Does ursula's apparently infinite number of lives give her the power to save the world from its inevitable destiny? And if she can -- will she? Darkly comic, startlingly poignant, and utterly original: this is Kate Atkinson at her absolute best. What if you could live again and again, until you got it right? On a cold and snowy night in 1910, Ursula Todd is born to an English banker and his wife.

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