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09/22/2019 05 hours
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The Flame of Olympus (Pegasus Book 1)
The Flame of Olympus (Pegasus Book 1)
A young girl, a winged horse, and an Olympian war make for an adventurous start to an exciting trilogy.When Pegasus crashes onto a Manhattan roof during a terrible storm, thirteen-year-old Emily?s life changes forever. Suddenly allied with a winged horse she?d always thought was mythical, Emily is thrust into the center of a fierce battle between the Roman gods and a terrifying race of multiarmed stone warriors called the Nirads. Emily must team up with a thief named Paelen, the goddess Diana, and a mortal boy named Joel in order to return Pegasus to Olympus and rescue the gods from a certain death. Along the way, Emily and her companions will fight monsters, run from a government agency that is prepared to dissect Pegasus, and even fly above the Manhattan skyline?all as part of a quest to save Olympus before the Olympic flame burns out.

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Light Shines in Harlem: New York's First Charter School and the Movement It Led
Light Shines in Harlem: New York's First Charter School and the Movement It Led
A Light Shines in Harlem tells the fascinating history of New York's first charter school, the Sisulu-Walker Charter School of Harlem, and the early days of the state's charter school movement. Told through the experiences of those on the inside?including a hero of the civil rights movement; a Wall Street star; inner-city activists; and real-world educators, parents, and students?this book shows how they all came together to create a groundbreaking school that, in its best years, far outperformed public schools in the neighborhoods in which most of its children lived. It also looks at education reform through a broader public policy lens, discussing recent research and issues facing the charter movement today, describing what makes a public charter school?or any school?succeed or fail, and showing how these lessons can be applied to other public and private schools to make all of them better. The end result is not only an exciting narrative of how one school fought to succeed, but also an illuminating glimpse into the future of education in the United States.

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Teach Me to Be Generous: The First Century of Regis High School in New York City
Teach Me to Be Generous: The First Century of Regis High School in New York City
Teach Me to Be Generous tells the remarkable story of Regis High School, the Jesuit school on New York?s Upper East Side that was founded in 1914 by an anonymous donor as a school for Catholic boys whose families could not otherwise afford a Catholic education. Enabled by the philanthropy of the founding family for nearly a century, and now by alumni and friends carrying on that tradition of generosity, Regis has been able to provide tuition-free, all-scholarship education for its entire history. It also holds the distinction of being the first free-standing Jesuit high school in the United States, with no connection to any Jesuit colleges or universities.Regis High School?s unique story is told by an engaging storyteller and historian who has taught at the school for more than ten years. Father Andreassi offers captivating glimpses into the lives and daily experiences of Regis?s students and faculty while chronicling the development of the school?s educational philosophyand spiritual approach in its first century. Filled with entertaining anecdotes alongside wider historical context and illuminating statistical analysis, Teach Me to Be Generous tracks Regis High School through the decades of the twentieth century to the present day?from the generosity of a devout Catholic widow, through the Depression and World War II, to changes in demographics of the Catholic community and shifts in the landscape of Catholic education in New York City. During the school?s first few decades, Regis admitted thousands of Catholic boys, mostly from poor or lower-middle-class families, helping prepare them for success in college and leadership positions in the professions. Because of the closing of dozens of urban Catholic schools and the general decline of the quality of New York City?s public schools, in more recent years the school has faced the challenge of remaining true to its mission in offering an education to Catholic boys ?who otherwise would not be able to afford a Catholic education.?Teach Me to Be Generous paints a vivid portrait of the first one hundred years of an exceptional institution and looks with hope and confidence to its future.

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THE CHALLENGE
THE CHALLENGE
At seventeen, Jessica struggles with parents who are too strict, a boyfriend who pays her too little attention and at the same time, she's trying to decide what she is going to do with her life after graduation. Nothing seems to be going right in her life. When suddenly challenged to create and run a youth service at her church, she jumps at the chance to finally prove herself to everyone, but fears she's taken on more than she can handle by herself. Ryan Spencer is focused on his future and his plans to head to college as soon as he graduates. Until graduation, he's happy to help Jessica with her new endeavor, but keeps his focus on his dreams.Working together, a friendship forms and both feel God working in their lives like never before, but when a serious accident threatens to take everything away, Jessica and Ryan must turn to their faith and try to hold on to the happiness they have finally found.

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The Catcher in the Rye
The Catcher in the Rye
Anyone who has read J.D. Salinger's New Yorker stories, particularly A Perfect Day for Bananafish, Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut, The Laughing Man, and For Esme--With Love and Squalor, will not be surprised by the fact that his first novel is full of children. The hero-narrator of THE CATCHER IN THE RYE is an ancient child of sixteen, a native New Yorker named Holden Caulfield. Through circumstances that tend to preclude adult, secondhand description, he leaves his prep school in Pennsylvania and goes underground in New York City for three days. The boy himself is at once too simple and too complex for us to make any final comment about him or his story. Perhaps the safest thing we can say about Holden is that he was born in the world not just strongly attracted to beauty but, almost, hopelessly impaled on it. There are many voices in this novel: children's voices, adult voices, underground voices--but Holden's voice is the most eloquent of all. Transcending his own vernacular, yet remaining marvelously faithful to it, he issues a perfectly articulated cry of mixed pain and pleasure. However, like most lovers and clowns and poets of the higher orders, he keeps most of the pain to, and for, himself. The pleasure he gives away, or sets aside, with all his heart. It is there for the reader who can handle it to keep.

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Helping Hand Books: Emily's First Day of School
Helping Hand Books: Emily's First Day of School
What a big day: Emily's going to school for the first time-and she's a little nervous.  Soon, though, Emily meets new friends, and learns that school can be fun. Children will see exactly what to expect on their first day, and parents will find out how to prepare their child for this important transition.

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J World New York Lollipop, Floret
J World New York Lollipop, Floret
* About J World New York Bold patterns and sophisticated designs are J World New York?s Unique features. Inspired by the New York City Lifestyle, each collection accommodates different needs and looks for active and fashion conscious people. Our brand also collaborates with artists from all over the world to further polish and perfect our designs so that we can offer unique and innovative products to our customers. From backpacks and messenger bags to luggage, duffel bags and tote bags, our brand encourages your style personality.  'REVEAL YOUR COLOR WITH J WORLD NEW YORK' * Features · BEST VALUE : PERFECT SIZE BAG for Kids (16 x 12.5 x 6") with Self-Magnetic SPARKLING WHEEL and FREE LUNCH BAG(10 x 7 x 4") · SUPER COMFORT Air Mesh Cushion padded shoulder straps with SLIP-IN system for convenience · SAFETY AT NIGHT: REFLECTIVE TAPE for Increased Night Visibility · TRAVEL WITH EASE: Carefully designed to PERFECTLY fit under the airplane seat or overhead compartment · SUPERIOR QUALITY: DURABLE 600D POLYESTER WATER RESISTANT Bag with RUST-FREE 3 stage aluminum locking handle with COMFORT Padded carry handle · ORANIZING POCKETS : Main Compartment, 2 Side Mesh Pockets & Front pocket organizer with 3 Pencil holder, Key Fob, and Zippered pocket * Specific Information · Dimension: Backpack : 16 x 12.5 x 6 inches/ Lunch Bag : 10 x 7 x 4 inches · Capacity (Volume) : Backpack (20 L /0.7 Cuft)  Lunch Bag(4.6 L / 0.16)  · Weight : 4.5lb [2.0 Kg] · Fabric : 600D Water Resistant Polyester, PU-Coated Fabric (PVC Free)

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