Daddy S Girl

Author: Garrison Keillor
Publisher: Hyperion
ISBN: 9781423105145
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O baby won’t you dance with me Little baby bouncing on my knee Wave your hands and shake your feet Ooohh baby you’re so sweet…/DIV DIV From the familiar pleasures of baby’s favorite food to the joy of dancing together, this collection of three songs celebrates the special relationship between a daddy and his little girl.

Daddy S Girl

Author: Lisa Scottoline
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780061797767
Size: 14.38 MB
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Natalie Greco loves being a teacher, even though she can't keep her students from cruising sex.com during class. She loves her family, too, but her boyfriend fits in better with the football-crazy Grecos than she does. Then a colleague, handsome Angus Holt, talks Nat into teaching a class at a local prison, and her world turns upside down. A violent prison riot breaks out, and Nat rushes to save the life of a mortally wounded guard whose last words are: "Tell my wife it's under the floor." Nat delivers the cryptic message, but before she knows it, she's suspected of murder and hiding from cops and killers alike. She is forced on the run to solve the riddle of the dead man's last words and to save her own life—and find real love.

Daddy S Girl

Author: Valerie Walkerdine
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674186019
Size: 38.39 MB
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Reflecting on her own working class roots and taking us into the homes and the confidence of working class girls today, Valerie Walkerdine raises troubling questions about television and parental control, about Freud's seduction theory, and the manipulation of little girls and their thoughts and feelings about themselves and their "place" in their world.

Daddy S Girl

Author: Swati Chaturvedi
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 9352140516
Size: 29.54 MB
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‘What could be worse than a daughter's death?’ Ask the Nalwas, whose nuclear family imploded one night as they became India's no.1 story. Along comes the fiery and feisty investigative reporter Meera—unable to stop herself from following the story, whatever the consequences. She wants justice for Ambika, the young daughter of the Nalwas, because this murder had shaken all her certainties and made her question the sanity of her middle-class life. As she dives into Delhi's dirty, scandalous society, she’s confronted with rich, connected lawyers, manipulative politicians and a crash course on how the levers of power are misused. What she unmasks is a shocking conclusion to the country's most scandalous murder.

Daddy S Little Girl

Author: Mary Higgins Clark
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0731815831
Size: 27.19 MB
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Ellie Cavanaugh was only seven years old when her fifteen-year-old sister, Andrea was murdered. Ellie's testimony was vital to the conviction of Rob Westerfield, son of a wealthy, prominent family. Twenty-two years later Ellie remains convinced of Westerfield's guilt. When he is released on parole and attempts to prove himself the victim of a miscarriage of justice, Ellie begins work on a book she believes will prove Westerfield's guilt beyond doubt. As she delves deeper into her research, she uncovers horrifying facts that shed new light on her sister's murder. And with each new discovery she comes closer to a confrontation with a desperate killer. . .

Daddy S Girl

Author: Helen Foster James
Publisher: Worthykids/Ideals
ISBN: 9780824919986
Size: 50.38 MB
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A sweet padded board book about a very special tea party--and the bond between a girl and her father

Always Daddy S Girl

Author: H. Norman Wright
Publisher: Regal
ISBN: 9780830727629
Size: 32.38 MB
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No matter how old she is, a woman's relationship with her father - whether it was wonderful or painful - had an impact on the person she is today. Her relationship with men, her career and her feelings about herself have all been shaped by her father, whether she realizes it or not. Now, with the help of noted marriage and family counselor H. Norman Wright, women can begin to understand how their fathers had a profound effect on their emotions and behaviors as adults.

Daddy S Girls

Author: Tasmina Perry
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781416546511
Size: 21.78 MB
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"I THINK ONE OF DADDY'S LITTLE GIRLS KILLED HIM." For the four glamorous daughters of Lord Oswald Balcon, money can buy anything. From Fendi handbags to Ivy League educations, they live in a world of designer labels and unrestricted opulence -- their father's money and aristocratic status, coupled with their dazzling good looks, bought them every opportunity and advantage. They are beautiful, blond, and barely thirty, and the world is their luxury playground. Venetia, the sophisticated interior designer, has booming professional success but is desperate for a child and an escape from a loveless marriage. Camilla, the rising political star, is too brilliant and ambitious for any of her unworthy lovers to handle. Sweet yet savvy Cate is living out her ultimate dream, launching her own magazine, with an all-too-handsome business partner. The baby of the family, Serena, is one of the country's most beautiful actresses, on the cusp of international stardom, but her party-girl lifestyle is bringing about more scandal than success. The girls are the darlings of the London paparazzi, but when Lord Balcon turns up dead, the shadow of suspicion falls on his four daughters. A jealous tyrant, Daddy has tried to bring his daughters down all their lives. These four women -- at the top of their careers in show business, publishing, interior design, and politics -- must face an awful accusation, and each other, as they try to discover the truth that lies beneath the glossy surface of their lives. The facade of the Balcon family hides a web of deceit and betrayal, in which a thirty-year-old secret lurks, threatening to destroy them all. From the sun-drenched beaches of the Caribbean to Manhattan's elite society circuit, from the exclusive fashion houses of Milan to the star-studded streets of Cannes, the Balcon sisters play out their lives in a whirl of glitz and the ultra chic. But as tragedy and danger stalk every one of them, the scene is set for a stunning climax.

Daddy S Girl

Author: Janice Kaiser
Publisher: Kismet
ISBN: 9781878702357
Size: 56.93 MB
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Daddy S Girl

Author: L. T. Meade
Publisher: Sai ePublications via PublishDrive
ISBN: 1304873552
Size: 67.79 MB
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Philip Ogilvie and his pretty wife were quarrelling, as their custom was, in the drawing-room of the great house in Belgrave Square, but the Angel in the nursery upstairs knew nothing at all about that. She was eight years old, and was, at that critical moment when her father and mother were having words which might embitter all their lives, and perhaps sever them for ever, unconsciously and happily decorating herself before the nursery looking-glass. The occasion was an important one, and the Angel’s rosebud lips were pursed up in her anxiety, and her dark, pretty brows were somewhat raised, and her very blue eyes were fixed on her own charming little reflection. “Shall it be buttercups, or daisies, or both?” thought the Angel to herself. A box of wild flowers, which had come up from the country that day, lay handy. There were violets and primroses, and quantities of buttercups and daisies, amongst these treasures. “Mother likes me when I am pretty, father likes me anyhow,” she thought, and then she stood and contemplated herself, and pensively took up a bunch of daisies and held them against her small, slightly flushed cheek, and then tried the effect of the buttercups in her golden brown hair. By-and-by, she skipped away from the looking-glass, and ran up to a tall, somewhat austere lady, who was seated at a round table, writing busily. “What do you want, Sibyl? Don’t disturb me now,” said this individual. “It is only just for a moment,” replied the Angel, knitting her brows, and standing in such a position that she excluded all light from falling on the severe-looking lady’s writing-pad. “Which is the prettiest, buttercups or daisies, or the two twisted up together?” she said. “Oh, don’t worry me, child, I want to catch this post. My brother is very ill, and he’ll be so annoyed if he doesn’t hear from me. Did you say buttercups and daisies mixed? Yes, of course, mix them, that is the old nursery rhyme.” The little Sibyl stamped a small foot encased in a red shoe with an impatient movement, and turned once more to contemplate herself in the glass. Miss Winstead, the governess, resumed her letter, and a clock on the mantelpiece struck out seven silvery chimes. “They’ll be going in to dinner; I must be very quick indeed,” thought the child. She began to pull out the flowers, to arrange them in little groups, and presently, by the aid of numerous pins, to deck her small person.