This is a Signed CD from Into the Woods the 2002 Broadway Revival Cast. Autographed by Laura Bernati , Kerry O'Malley , Greg Edelman , Christopher Sieber , Melissa Dye , Adam Wylie , Adam Brazier , &amp;amp;amp; Trent Armand Kendall after a show In NY. This CD is signed in Thick Black Marker on the inside cover of the booklet by Laura Bernati , Greg Edelman , Christopher Sieber , Melissa Dye , Adam Wylie , Adam Brazier , &amp;amp;amp; Trent Armand Kendall . Kerry O'Malley signed further into the booklet on her picture. The CD , Booklet &amp;amp;amp; are all in Excellent Condition. Comes with an extra carboard cover that holds both the Jewel case and thick booklet. Fast Shipping. Tracks 1. Prologue: Into the Woods 2. Cinderella at the Grave 3. Hello, Little Girl 4. I Guess This Is Goodbye / Maybe They're Magic 5. Our Little World 6. I Know Things Now 7. A Very Nice Prince / First Midnight / Giants in the Sky 8. Agony 9. It Takes Two 10. Stay with Me 11. On the Steps of the Palace 12. Ever After 13. Prologue: So Happy 14. Agony (Reprise) 15. Lament 16. Any Moment / Moments in the Woods 17. Your Fault / Last Midnight 18. No More 19. No One Is Alone 20. Finale: Children Will Listen
Collects Nomad (1992) #4; Secret Defenders #15-17; Wolverine (1988) #88, 154-155; X-Force (1991) #47, 56; Heroes For Hire (1997) #10-11; material from Avengers (1963) #366; Silver Sable & the Wild Pack #23, 30; Wolverine Annual '95, '99; Contest of Champions II #2; Marvel Comics Presents (2007) #10; Breaking Into Comics the Marvel Way #2.Can't get enough of the Merc with a Mouth? Well, have we got the book for you, collecting Deadpool's incredibly hard-to-find early appearances -- titanic team-ups, anthology antics and gratuitous guest-shots by the sassin' assassin! From hanging with Marvel superstars Nomad and Silver Sable, to giving a much-needed sales boost to losers like Wolverine and the Avengers, the erstwhile Secret Defender (shhh!) and Hero For Hire (sweet Christmas!) sure gets around.
Baba's Daughter: Memoirs of a Persian-American Girl
In 1997, Jessica Shahriari Nicely stepped onstage in the Miss USA pageant and projected poise and confidence to the world. This image, however, masked the pain and anguish of growing up in a turbulent home ruled by an alcoholic, abusive father. Even early on, Jessica knew that life with her Iranian father who ran a nightclub was not typical, nor was it normal for her mother, a stripper, to run off and abandon her family. And yet normalcy was something this girl yearned for, something that spurred her to create a detailed vision for her future. In a matter-of-fact tone, Jessica now tells the story of her life. She begins by recounting a childhood marked by loss and punctuated by physical violence, emotional abuse, and shocking neglect. She dodges bags of rice, recoils from kicks to the body, and somehow catches a kitchen table hurled her way. All the while, help from the outside world is disappointing at best. Yet, as her story continues, you’ll read about how she formed relationships with caring extended family members and friends, and how these provided a sense of stability and hope. You’ll also learn how she developed the fortitude and incredible spirit to not only endure the incredible suffering in her home but to emerge a happy, productive adult who is not afraid to pursue her dreams—and to help others do so as well.In her father—or Daddy, as she calls him—the author portrays the complexity that is found in all human beings. She recalls loving memories of a man who was giving and protective in nature, as well as episodes of terror at the hands of someone prone to bouts of rage and unpredictable violence, with a capacity to incite severe anxiety and downright fear in his family. As Jessica finally escapes the clutches of her father and grows into adulthood, she begins living life on her own terms. In time, she also forms a new relationship with her father and, ultimately, is able to forgive him. She comes to better understand his struggles to assimilate into a new culture and to overcome an addiction, and she fully recognizes the disappointments, shame, and failure he faced time and again during his life. While her new sympathetic view does not erase the pain he inflicted upon her, she finds freedom and peace from letting go of the past. At its core, this is a story of resilience. Shahriari Nicely defies the odds by graduating from university, competing in the Miss USA pageant, and helping hundreds of abused and neglected children through important volunteer work and her own nonprofit organization, Winged Hope. The book offers encouragement, especially, to anyone currently living with abuse, reminding them of their own inner strength to persevere even through dire circumstances and move forward to create and live out their own vision of a normal, happy life.
"The female of the species vanished on the afternoon of the second Tuesday of February at four minutes and fifty-two seconds past four o'clock, Eastern Standard Time. The event occurred universally at the same instant, without regard to time belts, and was followed by such phenomena as might be expected after happenings of that nature."
On a lazy, quiet afternoon, in the blink of an eye, our world shatters into two parallel universes as men vanish from women and women from men. After families and loved ones separate from one another, life continues in very different ways for men and women, boys and girls. An explosion of violence sweeps one world that still operates technologically; social stability and peace in the other are offset by famine and a widespread breakdown in machinery and science. And as we learn from the fascinating parallel stories of a brilliant couple, Bill and Paula Gaunt, the foundations of relationships, love, and sex are scrutinized, tested, and sometimes redefined in both worlds. The radically divergent trajectories of the gendered histories reveal stark truths about the rigidly defined expectations placed on men and women and their sexual relationships and make clear how much society depends on interconnection between the sexes.
Written over a half century ago yet brimming with insight and unsettling in its relevance today, The Disappearance is a masterpiece of modern speculative fiction.
Book 4 Death Comes to Wylie Park: The Adventures of Patricia & Annabelle: Foxy Et Al and Al Eat Foxy (The Adventures of Paticia & Annabelle)
The Adventures of Patricia and Annabelle follow Patricia Foster, known as Foxy, and her friends as they overcome bullies and villains in exciting adventures where children are believable and sometimes flawed heroes.My name is Patricia Foster and I am ten years old. I’m known at school as ‘Foxy’ because of my red hair and because I’m very crafty. I’m going to tell you the story of how my life changed all because of one girl, whose name is Annabelle.I want to be a detective when I grow up just like Hercule Poirot! Together with my best friends, Annabelle, Susan and Peter I have fought against bullies and villains and saved the day, but not without putting ourselves in many exciting but dangerous situations.In Death Comes to Wylie Park we stop terrorists from assassinating my good friend, Sir John Wylie. I wonder if the police managed to catch all the other villains who are after us.... but that's another story...
The Greatest Fishing Stories Ever Told is sure to ignite recollections of your own angling experiences as well as send your imagination adrift. In this compilation of tales you will read about two kinds of places, the ones you have been to before and love to remember, and the places you have only dreamed of going, and would love to visit. Whether you prefer to fish rivers, estuaries, or beaches, this book will take you to all kinds of water, where you'll experience catching every kind of fish.Read on as some of the sport's most talented writers recount their personal memories of catching bass, trout, bluefish marlin, tuna, and more. You'll read about all kinds of fish, and all kinds of fishermen in these pages. Explore the Pacific with Zane Grey, as he fights a 1,000-pound blue marlin, or listen as A.J. McClane explains just what it really means to be an angler. Take a step back in time when you read Ernie Schwiebert's tale of fishing a remote lake in Michigan, when he was still only a young boy. Each of these stories, selected because of its intrinsic literary worth, reinforces the unique personal connection that fishing creates between man and nature.
Management as Consultancy: Neo-bureaucracy and the Consultant Manager
The nature of management is changing: managers are becoming more like consultants, focusing on projects, functional integration, change and 'clients'. This timely book is based on a large-scale, international study of new management practices and examines the emergence of consultant managers. It breaks new ground in our understanding of this hybrid role, uncovering working practices, identities and occupational dynamics, to shed light on both management and consultancy. It unpacks the changing relationship between external consultants and management to reveal important implications for the future of consultancy. Both private and public sectors are covered, with a focus on managers in large and multinational organisations such as former consultants and those in specialisms such as human resource management who adopt consulting roles. In addition to advancing our understanding of changes in management, this book offers a demystifying view of consultancy as a whole, from one of the largest ever studies of this occupation.
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