Strangers did not, as a rule, find their way to Chez Dom - a small, rundown Tunisian cafe on Paris' distant fringes. Run by the widow Houria and her young niece, Sabiha, the cafe offers a home away from home for the North African immigrant workers working at the great abattoirs of Vaugiraud, who, like them, had grown used to the smell of blood in the air. But when one day a lost Australian tourist, John Patterner, seeks shelter in the cafe from a sudden Parisian rainstorm, the quiet simplicities of their lives are changed forever
When Alex Miller's mother died she left him her fragmentary journal from the 1920s. Inspired by her exotic tales as a young woman living in Paris and this entree into her emotional life, Miller has written Conditions of Faith. With university behind her, Emily Stanton finds herself on the threshold of life. Introduced to a Scottish engineer, the exoticism of his life in Paris beckons, and she leaves her family home in twenties Melbourne to become his wife.
Das Selbsthypnose-Programm bei Dualseelen-Liebeskummer und Trennungsschmerz.
Making the transition from grade school to middle school can be a very scary experience, but girls don't have to navigate it alone! Here's a book by five savvy and extremely smart girls - written when they were in middle school for girls just like them. With straight-from-the-heart advice on everything from dealing with being popular (or not!) and staying true to yourself, to handling more responsibility at home and at school, this is a girl's ultimate guide to surviving and succeeding in middle school on her own terms.
"Two Men Arrested in Shooting of Black Lives Matter Protesters in Minneapolis" is from the Top Stories section of The Washington Post. It was written by Alex Baumhardt, Lindsey Bever and Michael E. Miller and narrated by Kristi Burns.