The Quotable Giant Days

This iconic trio is also the source of some of the greatest wisdom and insights you could ever ask for--and you did, so we have a whole book full of their advice for you, so you don’t have to take our word for it. (But, uh, this is also ...

The Quotable Giant Days

GIANT DAYS ARE THE BEST DAYS OF ALL. Esther, Susan, and Daisy aren’t just BFFs, or the stars of the hit graphic novel series Giant Days which chronicles their humorous, tragic, adorable, and always memorable adventures as they survive the greatest challenge of all--life. This iconic trio is also the source of some of the greatest wisdom and insights you could ever ask for--and you did, so we have a whole book full of their advice for you, so you don’t have to take our word for it. (But, uh, this is also marketing copy on the back of a book we want you to buy so just remember you’re making a choice, which is also a lesson contained within these pages) Award-winning Giant Days creators John Allison, Lissa Treiman & Max Sarin present the unforgettable guide to getting through the day when every moment is bursting with feelings, collecting some of the most beloved moments from the Eisner Award-winning series and featuring all-new art!

The Quotable Warrior

Of all the days destined to have an impact upon world history, few can equal
December 7, 1941. On the United States mainland, ... throughout the country that
day. At the Polo Grounds, the Giants-Dodgers baseball game was well under
way.

The Quotable Warrior

The Quotable Warrior is quite simply the best collection of quotes from military leaders ever put together, and includes quotations from Thucydides, Julius Caesar, Napoleon, Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, John Pershing, Winston Churchill, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Norman H. Schwarzkopf from the Peloponnesian War to Afghanistan and Iraq, and all wars in-between. This is the most compelling, challenging, and comprehensive collection of quotes about leadership and war ever assembled. It is a rich and balanced collection of the best quotations about war and those who go to war. Here are the reasons that men fight wars, the challenges they face, the tactics and strategies of great battles and campaigns, the horrors of war, the challenge of human courage, and much more.

The Quotable Fisherman

ROMILLY FEDDEN GOLDEN DAYS ( 1919 ) Fly - fishers fail in preparing their
bait so as to make it alluring in the right ... THE ROD AND LINE ( 1847 ) The
existence of such omniscient giants as he , sentient THE QUOTABLE
FISHERMAN.

The Quotable Fisherman

An unexpectedly wide range of writers weigh in on the feline, from Twain, Coward, Dickens, and Beatrix Potter to Hemingway, Yeats, Garrison Keillor, and Erma Bombeck. There are thought-provoking and delightful proverbs, too - such as the sly saying - 'When cat and mouse agree, the farmer has no chance'. An irresistible delight for cat lovers everywhere.

The Quotable Moose

The boat was already heeling sharply , and pitching over even more with each
big wave . Being in a position halfway to ... forever in the memories of those of my
generation during the terrible days following 104 TRAVELER ' S ADVISORIES.

The Quotable Moose

The best of Maine's contemporary authors celebrate their state in poetry, fiction, and essays that comprise a lively sampler as varied as the state that inspired it. A treasury of works --many previously unpublished--it includes Philip Booth, Franklin Burroughs, Carolyn Chute, Robert Creeley, Amy Clampitt, George Garrett, Susan Kenney, Cathie Pelletier, and 32 others.

The Quotable Woman

A Choice Not an Echo, Ch. 1 1964 The moral sickness of the Federal
Government becomes more apparent every day. Public officials are caught in a
giant web of payoffs, bribes, perversion, and conflicts of interest, so that few dare
speak out ...

The Quotable Woman


The Quotable Spurgeon

One by one the giant forest kings were overthrown , but the labor was immense
and incessant . At night when they went to their rest , the day ' s work always
seemed so light , for as they crossed the threshold , Patience , wiping the sweat
from ...

The Quotable Spurgeon

Quotable and FindableCharles Spurgeon! Charles Spurgeon has been widely esteemed as the ultimate pulpiteer in the English language. His mastery of the Scriptures, theology, and pulpit oratory combined to make his London church one of the largest and most influential in nineteenth-century Britain. Today Spurgeon lives on as the most widely published figure in English language. His books yield a treasure trove of apt citations, examples, object lessons, and witty illustrations of the truth. But finding the Spurgeon illumination for a passage has not been easy for modern speakers and readers. Where did Mr. Spurgeon illustrate Galatians 2-20 or Isaiah 55? The Quotable Spurgeonwill locate hundreds of usable quotations from this sacred orator quickly and efficiently. Archaic language has been updated to make the Victorian voice clear to modern ears. The Quotable Spurgeon has been arranged with keys to the Bible as well as to current topics. Using the helpful index of biblical passages, you will find Spurgeon's sonorous eloquence a graceful addition to your other sources for speeches, sermons, and devotional reading.

Monster of the Midway

Bob Curran: Pro Football's Rag Days, Bonanza Books, 1953. Dan Daly and Bob
... Barry Gottehrer: The Giants of New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1963. Richard C.
Lindberg: Quotable Chicago, Loyola University Press, 1996. John Miller and ...

Monster of the Midway

Jim Dent's Monster of the Midway is the story of football's fiercest competitor, the legendary Bronko Nagurski. From his discovery in the middle of a Minnesota field to his 1943 comeback season at Wrigley, from the University of Minnesota to the Hall of Fame, Bronko Nagurksi's life is a story of grit, hard work, passion, and, above all, an unstoppable drive to win. Monster of the Midway recounts Nagurski's unparalleled triumphs during the 1930s and '40s, when the Chicago Bears were the kings of professional football. From 1930, the Bronk's first year, through 1943, his last, the Bears won five NFL titles and played in four other NFL Championship Games. Focusing on Nagurski's 1943 comeback season, and how he miraculously led the Bears to their fourth NFL championship against the backdrop of World War II era Chicago, Jim Dent uncovers the riveting drama of Nagurski's playing days. His efforts were the stuff of legend, and his success in 1943 accomplished in spite of a battered frame, worn-out knees, multiple cracked ribs, and a broken bone in his lower back. While chronicling the drama of the '43 championship chase, Dent also tells of both the Bears' colorful early years and Bronko's improbable rise to fame from the backwoods of northern Minnesota. Woven into the narrative are the sights and smells and sounds of one of the most romantic, flavorful eras of the twentieth century. And laced through it all are stories of legend: Bronko rubbing shoulders with colorful characters like George Halas, Red Grange, Sid Luckman, and Sammy Baugh; Bronko running into (and breaking) the brick wall at Wrigley Field; Bronko winning All-American spots for two positions; Bronko knocking scores of opponents unconscious; and Bronko reaching the heights of football glory and, with rare grace, turning his back on the game after winning his last championship. Rich in unforgettable stories and scenes, this is Jim Dent's account of Bronko Nagurski-arguably the greatest football player who ever lived-and his teammates, the roughest, toughest, rowdiest group of players ever to don leather helmets, and the original Monsters of the Midway.