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Birds of a Feather

Author : Jacqueline Winspear
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Total pages :311

When Maisie Dobbs is hired to find the missing daughter of a wealthy grocery magnate, she discovers that three of the heiress's friends have died violently, leading her to investigate the connection between the disappearance and the murders. 25,000 first printing.

Birds of a Feather

Author : Catherine Phillips
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Total pages :304

The symbolism surrounding the bird is unequalled by any other creature. Godlike, mysterious, benevolent or evil, they can be associated with fire, with freedom, with fragility and have been a recurrent symbol in mythology, literature and art through time. Illustrated with a beautiful collection of works from The State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg and other 20th century Russian masterpieces, Birds of a feather , figures the place of birds in human culture. 264 colour illustrations

Birds of a Feather

Author : Lorin Lindner
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"This true story will twist your heart like a sponge and renew your faith in the world." —Lee Woodruff, co-author with Bob Woodruff of the New York Times bestseller In an Instant "A heartwarming book." —Vicki Myron, author of New York Times #1 Bestseller Dewey "Reminds us of the extraordinary ways caring people are helping the men and women who have served our country...and animals along with them." —Maxine Waters "I defy anyone to read it without shedding tears." —Rosemary Low, author of The Complete Book of Parrots "It left me smiling, full of hope, and wishing there were more Lorin Linders out there." —Mary Gauthier Animal lover though she was, Lorin Lindner was definitely not looking for a pet. Then came Sammy – a mischievous and extremely loud bright pink Moluccan cockatoo who had been abandoned. It was love at first sight. But Sammy needed a companion. Enter Mango, lover of humans ("Hewwo"), inveterate thief of precious objects. Realizing that there were many parrots in need of new homes, Dr. Lindner eventually founded a sanctuary for them. Meanwhile, she began to meet homeless veterans on the streets of Los Angeles. Before long she was a full time advocate for these former service members, who were often suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Ultimately, Dr. Lindner created a program for them, too. Eventually the two parts of her life came together when she founded Serenity Park, a unique sanctuary on the grounds of the Greater Los Angeles Veterans Administration Healthcare Center. She had noticed that the veterans she treated as a clinical psychologist and the parrots she had taken in as a rescuer quickly formed bonds. Men and women who had been silent in therapy would share their stories and their feelings more easily with animals. Birds of a Feather is ultimately a love story between veterans and the birds they nurse back to health and between Dr. Lindner and her husband, a veteran with PTSD, who healed at Serenity Park. Full of remarkable people and colorful birds, this book reminds us that we all have the power to make a difference.

Birds of a Feather

Author : Jane Yolen
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Total pages :32

Features poems about various bird species and facts about each.

Birds of a Feather

Author : Marc Acito
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Total pages :80

This play recounts the story of two chinstrap penguins who meet in the Central Park zoo. They partner, adopt an egg, and raise a chick together. Based on the temporarily banned book, 'And Tango makes three,' by Peter Parnell and Justin Richardson.

Birds of a Feather

Author : Darren R. A. Palmer
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Total pages :370

Birds of a Feather

Author : Jacqueline Winspear
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Total pages :307

Maisie Dobbs is back and this time she has been hired to find a wealthy grocery magnate's missing daughter. The case is complicated by the violent deaths of three of the heiress's friends. Maisie discovers that the answers lie in the unforgettable agony of The Great War.

Birds of a Feather Flock Together

Author : Felix Gregory De Fontaine
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Total pages :250

More Birds of a Feather

Author : M. L. Hamilton
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Total pages :192

From their size, color, and the way they see the world, animals are diverse-and so are the delightful stories in this anthology. Ranging from legends and true tales of wildland bears to a memorable veterinary house call and stories of humans who become animals (or act like them), this collection is all about animals and our relationships with them. Meet rabbits, lizards, guinea pigs, potbelly pigs, horses, seals, owls, spiders, coyotes, wolves, elephants, and of course plenty of cats and dogs who will touch your heart and remind you that no matter how many legs we have, we all have much in common.

Toritan: Birds of a Feather, Vol. 1

Author : Kotetsuko Yamamoto
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Total pages :226

Birdsong starts sounding like a love song when bird whisperer Inusaki meets a crow that sounds oddly like a handsome young man he knows! Inusaki can communicate with birds—and some of them are real jerks! Tired of the incessant chatter, he spends most of his day tuning them out. That is until the day he meets an intriguing and strangely handsome crow he just can’t get off his mind! Inusaki, a detective and unwitting jack-of-all-trades for his neighborhood, has the unenviable ability to communicate with birds…and hates it. Yet when he runs into a crow that knows his name, he can’t help but befriend him, naming him "Kuro." Later, when Inusaki seems to hear Kuro’s voice, he finds only the landlord’s son. Why do they sound so similar, and why can’t Inusaki stop blushing whenever Kuro the crow crosses his mind?!

Birds of a Feather Flock Together: Sermons That Use Images from Nature

Author : Jeffrey L. Hunter
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Metaphors are ways of thinking and speaking about God which are based on images. The Bible is full of animal characteristics to describe God. Jesus also describes others by using metaphors. In the Bible God is seen as a Shepherd, Lion, Father, Eagle, Light, Rock, a fortress, the Vinedresser, Our Refuge, the Potter, a Wheel, Fire, etc. These sermons will give Spiritual growth and encouragement. Jeffrey Hunter lives in Columbia, South Carolina where he pastored for serveral years. He has taught in the Religion department of Allen University in Columbia, SC, Limestone College the Columbia SC Campus, and Newberry College in Newberry, SC. He matriculated at Benedict College in Columbia, SC, Lutheran Thelogical Southern Seminary in Columbia, SC, Erskine Theological Seminary in Due West, SC, United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio, and Bethany Theological Seminary in Houston, Alabama.

Birds of a Feather

Author : Catholyn K. Jansen
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Total pages :175

A work of startling imaginative power, this collection of linked short stories about working-class women is set in the small town of Tisol, Ontario. Many of the women spend their weekdays at Beadleman's Poultry Processing Plant and their Saturday evenings at the Tilson Inn. Grittily realistic in its evocation of the lives of working women, 'Birds of a Feather' is also comic in the attention it pays to their unglamorous jobs at Beadleman's and gripping in its account of the fury the women unleash on the town's violent womaniser.

Birds of a Feather

Author : Vanita Oelschlager,Robin Hegan
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Total pages :32

Presents popular animal-based idioms and their meanings, including "raining cats and dogs" and "wild goose chase," with humorous illustrations accompanying each idiom.

Birds of a Feather

Author : Mary Emily Bradley
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Total pages :233

Birds of a Feather

Author : Sita Singh
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Total pages :32

Differences are gorgeously illustrated in a heartwarming picture book about a colorless peacock who learns to love himself in a jungle full of color. Mo has always felt a little different. While all the other peacocks grew bright, bold, beautiful feathers in rich greens and vibrant blues, Mo's feathers grew in a snowy white. And even though Mo's friends try to include him in their playtime, Mo doesn't like to be reminded that he's different from his friends. But when a storm threatens to ruin the group's annual celebration, Mo must learn to stand tall, strut his stuff, and shake his brilliantly glowing tail feathers--in a way only he can--to help his friends and set things right. From debut author Sita Singh, and brought to life by Stephanie Fizer Coleman, comes a story about finding strength in the things that make us different, and beauty in all its forms.

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