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Pennypot Road To Poitiers
Stacy Lipford - High resides in Egg Harbor City, New Jersey with her husband, Phillip. They are the parents of Shannon, Phillip II, Dana and Johnathan. She has written three other books entitled Something of His Own, Themes of Nature, and the prequel to this book entitled Pennypot. She is the daughter of Barbara Lipford and the late Richard...
A Plain And Short Treatise Of An Apoplexy, Convulsions, Colick, Twisting Of The Guts, Poisons, Bleeding At Nose, Vomiting Of Blood, Stone In The Kidneys, Quinsey, Mother-fits, Miscarriage, Hard Labour, Acute Diseases Of Women In Childbed
Excerpt from A Plain and Short Treatise of an Apoplexy, Convulsions, Colick, Twisting of the Guts, Poisons, Bleeding at Nose, Vomiting of Blood, Stone in the Kidneys, Quinsey, Mother-Fits, Miscarriage, Hard Labour, Acute Diseases of Women in Childbed
A Stone In The Road por Jim French
A single-lane, dirt road, 18 miles long, leads to a secondary school in the deep bush of Southern Tanzania. Jim French and his wife Marlyn, CUSO volunteers, journeyed to the end of this road in 1967 for two years of teaching and unexpected adventure. The only Canadians ever at St. Joseph',s College, Chidya, they learned to dodge camel spiders in the bedroom and red ants on the paths, to live with skinks in the attic, and to cope in a region of malaria and poisonous snakes. In dry season they travelled, in rainy they hunkered down with the students and small cohort of staff, trapped by a Chidya road often wrecked by the rains. They witnessed the fine work of missionaries, and engaged with young Tanzanians who competed and celebrated. This Africa memoir is about travel, teaching, beautiful bushland, culture, friendship, growing up &ndash, and about the lurking stone._,