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xiv, 209 pages ; 22 cm
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"When Caitlin Henderson fell in love with a farmer, she learned the important skills of life through refinement in the ever-changing seasons as a mother and farmer's wife. Because Caitlin didn't grow up on a farm, there was a period of adjustment and struggle--intermixed with humorous mishaps--as she learned to navigate this different way of life. Faith, Farming, and Family is filled with stories and the lessons God taught her along the way about His goodness, grace, love, and redemption. From the big lessons like facing your fears to the simpler ones like the impact of hospitality, adventures such as run-ins with cows, wayward tractors, and a squeaky farmhouse enliven each enthralling story. Woven through every chapter are the scriptures that our weary souls need to be refreshed and strengthened in truth. Caitlin shares how God used the challenges that arise on a farm to refine her, but that each season is one that any wife and mother like you can relate to--even if you're far removed from the rural way of life. Whether you are in the middle of a wheat field, or in the heart of the city, you can grab hold of these moments and lessons as you reflect on a simpler way of life"-- Provided by publisher.
9780525654186 (hardcover)
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xviii, 876 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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"A Vintage Books original." -- title page verso.
Introduction / by Ann and Jeff Vandermeer -- Ten rounds with grandfather clock / Maurice Richardson -- The circular valley / Paul Bowlew -- Signs and symbols / Vladimir Nabokov -- The Zahir / Jorge Luis Borges -- Liane the wayfarer/ Jack Vance -- Poolwana's orchid / Edgar Mittelholzer -- The man who sold rope to gnoles / Margaret St. Clair -- O ugly bird! / Manly Wade Wellman -- The gopherwood box / Abraham Sutzkever -- My life in the bush of ghosts (excerpt) / Amos Tutuola -- A very old man with enormous wings / Gabriel García Márquez -- The anything box / Zenna Henderson -- Lean times in Lankhmar / Fritz Leiber -- The dreaming city / Michael Moorcock -- Cronopios and Famas / Julio Cortázar -- Kaya-Kalp (metamorphosis) / Intizar Husain -- The last dragon in the world / Tove Janson -- The drowned giant / J. G. Ballard -- The monster / Satu Waltari -- Narrow valley / R. A. Lafferty -- The sinister apartment / Mikhail Bulgakov -- The origin of the birds / Italo Calvino -- The prey / Bilge Karasu -- The topless tower / Silvina Ocampo -- The barbarian / Joanna Russ -- the youngest doll / Rosario Ferre -- The ones who walk away from Omelas / Ursula K. Le Guin -- Ark of bones / Henry Dumas -- Winged creatures / Sylvia Townsend Warner -- Linnaeus forgets / Fred Chappell -- The erl-king / Angela Carter -- The great night of the trains / Sara Gallardo -- The tale of dragons and dreamers / Samuel R. Delany -- The white horse child / Greg Bear -- The dreamstone / C. J. Cherryh -- Five letters from an Eastern empire / Alasdair Gray -- The ice dragon / George. R. R. Martin -- One time / Leslie Marmon Silko -- Sister light, sister dark / Jane Yolen -- The luck in the head / M. John Harrison -- Warlock at the wheel / Diana Wynne Jones -- Mrs. Todd's shortcut / Stephen King -- On the dark side of the station where the train never stops / Pat Murphy -- After the hurricane / Edgardo Sanabria Santaliz -- The girl who went to the rich neighborhood / Rachel Pollack -- The bystander / Leena Krohn --
Wild boys: variations on a theme / Karen Joy Fowler -- The mole king / Marie Hermanson -- What the tapster saw / Ben Okri -- The fool / David Drake -- The flying creatures of Fra Angelico / Antonio Tabucchi -- A Mexican fairy tale / Leonora Carrington -- The boy in the tree / Elizabeth Hand -- TV people / Haruki Murakami -- Alice in Prague or the curious room / Angela Carter -- Moon songs / Carol Emshwiller -- The life and adventures of shed number XII / Victor Pelevin -- The fellowship of the dragon / Patricia McKillip -- Troll bridge / Terry Pratchett -- Longing for blood / Vilma Kadleckova -- A brief visit to Bonnyville / D. F. Lewis -- Travels with the Snow Queen / Kelly Link -- The neurosis of containment / Rikki Ducornet -- The darktree wheel / Rhys Hughes -- Foetus / Shelley Jackson -- Tan-Tan and dry bone / Nalo Hopkinson -- Where does the town go at night? / Tanith Lee -- Pop art / Joe Hill -- State secrets of Aphasia / Stepan Chapman -- The window / Tatyana Tolstaya -- The wight of words / Jeffery Ford -- All the water in the world / Han Song -- The kite of stars / Dean Francis Alfar -- Mogo / Alberto Chimal -- The malady of ghostly cities / Nathan Ballingrud -- End of the line / Aimee Bender -- I left my heart in Skaftafell / Victor LaValle -- The grassdreaming tree / Sheree Reneé Thomas -- La peau verte / Caitlín R. Kiernana -- A hard truth about waste management / Sumanth Prabhaker -- Bufo Rex / Erik Amundsen -- The arrest of the Great Mimille / Manuela Draeger -- Aunts / Karin Tidbeck -- For life / Marta Kisiel -- The spring of Dongke Temple / Qitongren -- The wordeaters / Rochita Loenen-Ruiz -- Creature / Ramsey Shehadeh -- Beyond the sea gate of the scholar-pirates of Sarsköe / Garth Nix -- The bear dresser's secret / Richard Bowes -- Table with ocean / Alberto Chimal -- The jinn / Musharraf Ali Farooqi.
"Return to the sumptuous, global feast of fantasy fiction with Ann and Jeff VanderMeer's selection of modern masterpieces. From the swinging sixties to the strange, strange seventies, the over-the-top eighties to the gnarly nineties--and beyond, into the twenty-first century--the VanderMeers have found the stories and the writers from around the world that reinvented and revitalized the fantasy genre after World War II. From Jorge Luis Borges to Ursula K. Le Guin, Michael Moorcock to Angela Carter, Terry Pratchett to Stephen King, the full range and glory of the fantastic are on display in these ninety-one stories in which dragons soar, giants stomp, and human children should still think twice about venturing alone into the dark forest."-- Provided by publisher.
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VanderMeer, Ann.
VanderMeer, Jeff.
9780525563860 (pbk.)
0525563865 (pbk.)
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1 videodisc (approximately 103 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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DVD, region 1, anamorphic widescreen (2.39:1) presentation; 5.1 Dolby Digital.
English or Spanish dialogue; English or Spanish subtitles; subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing (SDH); descriptive audio.
Lin Shaye, Angus Sampson, Leigh Whannell, Josh Stewart, Caitlin Gerard, Kirk Acevedo, Marcus Henderson, Bruce Davison, Javier Botet.
Director of photography, Toby Oliver ; editor, Tim Alverson ; music, Joseph Bishara.
Originally released as a motion picture in 2018.
Based on characters created by Leigh Whannell.
Sequel to: Insidious, chapter 3.
Anamorphic wide screen (2.39:1).
MPAA rating: PG-13; for disturbing thematic content, violence and terror, and brief strong language.
Parapsychologist Dr. Elise Rainier faces her most fearsome and personal haunting yet; in her own family home.
Special features: alternate ending; 8 chilling deleted scenes; Dive into the Insidous universe; going into the Further; Becoming Elise; Meet the new demon--unlocking the keys.
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Robitel, Adam, 1978- film director.
Whannell, Leigh, 1977- screenwriter, film producer, actor.
Shaye, Lin, 1944- actor.
Sampson, Angus, actor.
Stewart, Josh, 1977- actor.
Gerard, Caitlin, actor.
Acevedo, Kirk, actor.
Davison, Bruce, 1946- actor.
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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment (Firm)
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Container of (work): Insidious, the last key (Motion picture)
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