Steve Hayner was serving as president of Columbia Seminary and was healthy and fit when he found out he had terminal pancreatic cancer. These pages, including reflections from some of those closest to Steve and his wife Sharol, offer us a hope-filled glimpse into what it means to walk with God in honesty, with joy, even through great pain.
When she turns 40, Pamela Druckerman - author of the #1 Sunday Times bestseller French Children Don't Throw Food -wonders whether her mind will ever catch up with her face. It's a book for readers of all ages about - finally - becoming yourself. * You know there are no grown-ups.
An autobiographical trilogy of the poet Laurie Lee (1914-1997). It describes his life in the Gloucestershire village of Slad from his earliest years until he was twenty. It tells of thin winters, fat summers, local legends and ghosts, of neighbours and relations, and of growing up against a half-pagan landscape.
A title that was inspired by the author's journey to becoming confident and feeling happy about who she is. It presents the things she has learnt and intends to reveal her top tips on fashion, beauty, love, friendship, YouTube... and more.