Author: James L. Garlow, Genre: Religion, Total Page: 192, Publisher: Simon and Schuster, ISBN: 9781621575702

A book to challenge the status quo, spark a debate, and get people talking about the issues and questions we face as a country!

Author: Caroline Boykin, Genre: Religion, Total Page: 145, Publisher: Tate Publishing, ISBN: 9781598867688

Finally! A fresh approach to Scripture memory that really works! "The Well-Versed Family" is a powerful, one-of-a-kind resource designed to inspire and equip your family to know and love God's Word. Filled with original insights and clever ideas, this book is sure to bring the Word to the heart of your home with joy and ease. "The Well-Versed Family" makes Scripture memory do-able for your familya "with practical memory tips and tools, fun and easy memory games, quick family devotions, and 80 preprinted Scripture verse cards. You CAN raise strong kids of faith through the power of Scripture memory! Let "The Well-Versed Family" show you how! 'What a delight ... I cannot think of a greater gift to give our children than the Word of God tucked up in their hearts. You will love this book!' Sheila Walsh Women of Faith Speaker and Author 'Caroline helps equip parents with the most powerful parenting resource of alla "God's Word!! This a spiritual home schooling' resource is a must for every family.' Jim Weidmann Executive Director, Heritage Builders 'The Family Night Guy' 'This is a must read for every parent! It's highly motivational, intensely practicala " and most of all truly biblical!' Dr. Gene A. Getz Pastor Emeritus, Fellowship Bible Church North 'I highly recommend The Well-Versed Family to anyone who genuinely desires to develop an intimate relationship with the Lord and impact those around them.' Edwina Patterson Founder of Redeeming the Time Ministry 'Caroline Boykin shows us how we, as parents, can provide a powerful antidote that will be with our children to protect them for the rest of their lives.' Jim Petersen International Vice President of the Navigators (ret.)"

Author: Cantor Elias Roochvarg, Genre: Poetry, Total Page: 112, Publisher: Xlibris Corporation, ISBN: 9781469104454

The Bible may be called the best seller of all time, but once you get past the familiar stories of Genesis and Exodus, much of the rest is difficult for the modern reader to get into. Well-Versed In Scripture: The First Five Books of the Bible In Contemporary Rhyme, solves that problem. It presents the first five books in lively, contemporary rhyme. So contemporary, in fact, that the chapters can be done either as rap or simply as light verse, alternately inspiring and tongue in cheek, as the text demands.

Author: Minoru Ozawa, Genre: Electronic books, Total Page: 375, Publisher: , ISBN: 4866581794

"This volume of seasonally-arranged poems is a guide to the appreciation and enjoyment of the great variety of modern Japanese haiku. From turn-of-the-century masters to poets of today, 300 of Japan's best modern haiku are introduced by OZAWA Minrou, a leading contemporary haiku poet and critic. Each of the poems, many of them scarcely known, is sensitively discussed together with the background of the poem and the relations between the poets. This volume includes poems from the end of the nineteenth century through the beginning of the twenty-first century by the most important writers of modern haiku. they include the leading lights from grounds surrounding MASAOKA Shiki and his disciple TAKAHAMA Kyoshi as well as poets who experimented with new styles such as seasonless haiku, free form haiku, and multi-line haiku. Alongside these are works by well-known novelists and other cultural figures who were not professional haiku poets but for whom haiku was an important part of their lives, such as KUBOTA Mantarō, AKUTAGAWA Ryūnosuke, and NATSUME Sōseki. The book also features beautiful seasonal photographs at the beginning of each chapter, and an additional 20 haiku by the author." --

Author: Eric Oakley Parrott, Genre: Poetry, Total Page: 270, Publisher: Penguin (Non-Classics), ISBN: 0140112758

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Author: James Muirden, Genre: Literary Criticism, Total Page: 224, Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA, ISBN: 0802719333

In Shakespeare Well-Versed, James Muirden captures the essence of each of the bard's plays in quick-witted, rhyming verse. These clever synopses--with varied rhyme schemes--bring to life the high points and high jinks of all of Shakespeare's plays. Here the best-loved scenes and characters-Romeo and Juliet's impassioned balcony rendezvous, Henry V's speech before the Battle of Agincourt, Hamlet's melancholy soliloquy, the three witches meddling in Macbeth--are given fresh perspective by Muirden's charming, insightful interpretations. Whether you are a lifelong devotee of Shakespeare or one who hasn't read his work since high school, you will be delighted by Muirden's verse and by David Eccles's wickedly clever illustrations that are featured throughout the book. Shakespeare Well-Versed is a smart and entertaining companion to Shakespeare's plays.

Author: Camille Paglia, Genre: Literary Criticism, Total Page: 272, Publisher: Vintage, ISBN: 9780307425096

America’s most provocative intellectual brings her blazing powers of analysis to the most famous poems of the Western tradition—and unearths some previously obscure verses worthy of a place in our canon. Combining close reading with a panoramic breadth of learning, Camille Paglia sharpens our understanding of poems we thought we knew, from Shakespeare to Dickinson to Plath, and makes a case for including in the canon works by Paul Blackburn, Wanda Coleman, Chuck Wachtel, Rochelle Kraut—and even Joni Mitchell. Daring, riveting, and beautifully written, Break, Blow, Burn is a modern classic that excites even seasoned poetry lovers—and continues to create generations of new ones.

Author: Lincoln, Eng. (Diocese). Bishop, 1571-1584 (Thomas Cooper), Genre: Great Britain, Total Page: 447, Publisher: , ISBN: OSU:32435024423063

Author: Eric Salituro, Genre: Computers, Total Page: 410, Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd, ISBN: 9781838828318

A comprehensive introduction to help you get up and running with creating interactive dashboards to visualize and monitor time-series data in no time Key FeaturesInstall, set up, and configure Grafana for real-time data analysis and visualizationVisualize and monitor data using data sources such as InfluxDB, Prometheus, and ElasticsearchExplore Grafana's multi-cloud support with Microsoft Azure, Amazon CloudWatch, and Google StackdriverBook Description Grafana is an open-source analytical platform used to analyze and monitoring time-series data. This beginner's guide will help you get to grips with Grafana's new features for querying, visualizing, and exploring metrics and logs no matter where they are stored. The book begins by showing you how to install and set up the Grafana server. You'll explore the working mechanism of various components of the Grafana interface along with its security features, and learn how to visualize and monitor data using, InfluxDB, Prometheus, Logstash, and Elasticsearch. This Grafana book covers the advanced features of the Graph panel and shows you how Stat, Table, Bar Gauge, and Text are used. You'll build dynamic dashboards to perform end-to-end analytics and label and organize dashboards into folders to make them easier to find. As you progress, the book delves into the administrative aspects of Grafana by creating alerts, setting permissions for teams, and implementing user authentication. Along with exploring Grafana's multi-cloud monitoring support, you'll also learn about Grafana Loki, which is a backend logger for users running Prometheus and Kubernetes. By the end of this book, you'll have gained all the knowledge you need to start building interactive dashboards. What you will learnFind out how to visualize data using GrafanaUnderstand how to work with the major components of the Graph panelExplore mixed data sources, query inspector, and time interval settingsDiscover advanced dashboard features such as annotations, templating with variables, dashboard linking, and dashboard sharing techniquesConnect user authentication to Google, GitHub, and a variety of external servicesFind out how Grafana can provide monitoring support for cloud service infrastructuresWho this book is for This book is for business intelligence developers, business analysts, data analysts, and anyone interested in performing time-series data analysis and monitoring using Grafana. Those looking to create and share interactive dashboards or looking to get up to speed with the latest features of Grafana will also find this book useful. Although no prior knowledge of Grafana is required, basic knowledge of data visualization and some experience in Python programming will help you understand the concepts covered in the book.