Ernie

Ernie
Title Ernie PDF eBook
Author Bud Grace
Publisher Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC
Total Pages 0
Release 1996
Genre Humor
ISBN 9780836221237

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Tegneserie om ungkarlen Ernie, hans aparte familie og bekendte og deres fælles bizarre oplevelser i en dagligdag, hvor alt er vendt på hovedet

Trust Me!

Trust Me!
Title Trust Me! PDF eBook
Author Bud Grace
Publisher
Total Pages 128
Release 1990
Genre American wit and humor, Pictorial
ISBN 9780380760695

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Ernie Out of Control

Ernie Out of Control
Title Ernie Out of Control PDF eBook
Author Bud Grace
Publisher
Total Pages 128
Release 1996
Genre
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Chillax!

Chillax!
Title Chillax! PDF eBook
Author Marcella Marino Craver
Publisher American Psychological Association
Total Pages 64
Release 2011-08-15
Genre Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 1433816032

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Meet Ernie, a typical kid with an everyday life. Ernie has great friends, a great family (except for his annoying sister), and a great school. There is just one problem—Ernie doesn’t just get mad. He gets MAD! In this graphic novel for tweens, Ernie learns about his angry outbursts with the help of a friendly and understanding school counselor and discovers that he has the power to control and calm himself. Once he practices the skills to control and manage his angry outbursts, Ernie finds that he can be a happier person as well as a better friend, brother, and son.

The Collected Ernie Kurtz

The Collected Ernie Kurtz
Title The Collected Ernie Kurtz PDF eBook
Author Ernest Kurtz
Publisher iUniverse
Total Pages 250
Release 2008
Genre Psychology
ISBN 0595520995

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Ernest Kurtz has been the outstanding thinker of the A.A. tradition's second generation, the one who played a constant leadership role in pushing the movement towards the highest professional standards of history writing and supplied some of its most influential interpretive concepts. His ideas are vitally important for anyone who wishes to understand A.A. history during the period following Bill Wilson's death in 1971. As a Ph.D. student at Harvard University in the 1970's, he was the first researcher to be granted full access to the archives of Alcoholics Anonymous. The book that resulted, Not-God: A History of Alcoholics Anonymous (1979), is still the classic work on early A.A. history. His book on the spiritual life-Ernest Kurtz and Katherine Ketcham, The Spirituality of Imperfection: Modern Wisdom from Classic Stories (1992)-is equally well known, and has also been an enduring best seller through the years since it appeared. His work on Shame & Guilt (orig. pub. 1981, rev. ed. 2007) has given a whole new depth to the discussion of those two vital recovery issues. This present book, containing twelve key articles written by Kurtz between 1982 and 1996, gives us a fourth volume from his hand, displaying the impressive range and breadth of his thought on alcoholism, addiction, and spirituality. "Here under one cover is Kurtz at his best: historian, gadfly, teacher, interpreter, and master storyteller . This is must reading for any student of Alcoholics Anonymous and the evolution of spirituality in America." -William L. White, author of Slaying the Dragon: The History of Addiction Treatment and Recovery in America

Deadly Wager

Deadly Wager
Title Deadly Wager PDF eBook
Author Elaine Hatfield; Richard L. Rapson
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Total Pages 294
Release 2005-03-02
Genre Fiction
ISBN 1462809154

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Deadly Wager: A Kate MacKinnon Murder Mystery Elaine Hatfield & Richard L. Rapson Book Description A crack of gunfire and Ace MacKinnon, a Narcotics/Vice detective with the Hawaii Police Department lies dead. A few hours later, his daughter Caitlyn MacKinnon, a Hawaiian Studies graduate student, hears from her mother Annie that her father has been killed. Kate is perplexed to discover that Chief Fixxxa Nishida has advised her mother that, although the evidence suggests that Ace committed suicide, he will arrange things so that the death looks like an accident. What is going on? In the course of Kate’s investigation, she meets an old friend, Detective Sergeant David Ka‘ala Gresham. Although Kate is determined not to get involved romantically with Ka‘ala, he is an invaluable asset in searching for her father’s killer. Their search takes them through the dark political murk of Hawaii politics, cultural clashes, honor-systems within honor-systems, racial tensions, and criminal wheeling-and-dealing in the 50th State. In the end, when Kate and Ka‘ala have given up all hope of ever discovering who killed Ace MacKinnon, they stumble on a crucial bit of evidence—a starburst Christmas decoration—that casts a new and blinding light on Ace’s shocking past. The answer to the mystery of “Who killed Ace MacKinnon” is not one they would have hoped for, however. Deadly Wager is different from most crime stories both in character and locale. Kate and Ka‘ala are both Native Hawaiians. In the course of the investigation we learn a great deal about Hawaiian history and customs, the story of an ancient princess, the Hawaiian sovereignty fight, culture wars, K-bars, police connections to organized crime, illegal gambling, and cockfights. The exotic locale and atmosphere of this detective tale contributes to its fun . . . and suspense. This story is unique, in that (since the Charlie Chan mysteries in the 1930s) there has never been a detective series set in Hawaii. The detectives on the two big TV shows that were produced: Hawaii Five-0 and Tom Selleck’s Magnum PI, were Caucasians; Ka‘ala is a full-blooded Hawaiian and Kate MacKinnon is a part-Hawaiian (a hapa-haoli) and a Hawaiian sovereignty activist. This book will give you a vivid sense of life in 21st century Hawaii.

Unscripted

Unscripted
Title Unscripted PDF eBook
Author Ernie Jr. Johnson
Publisher Baker Books
Total Pages 224
Release 2017-04-04
Genre Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 149340699X

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Ernie Johnson Jr. has been in the game a long time. With one of the most recognized voices in sports broadcasting, he is a tireless perfectionist when it comes to preparing and delivering his commentary. Yet he knows that some of sports' greatest triumphs--and life's greatest rewards--come from those unscripted moments you never anticipated. In this heartfelt, gripping autobiography, the three-time Sports Emmy Award-winner and popular host of TNT's Inside the NBA provides a remarkably candid look at his life both on and off the screen. From his relationship with his sportscaster father to his own rise to the top of sports broadcasting, from battling cancer to raising six children with his wife, Cheryl, including a special needs child adopted from Romania, Ernie has taken the important lessons he learned from his father and passed them on to his own children. This is the untold story, the one Ernie has lived after the lights are turned off and the cameras stop rolling. Sports fans, cancer survivors, fathers and sons, adoptive parents, those whose lives have been touched by a person with special needs, anyone who loves stories about handling life's surprises with grace--Unscripted is for all of these.