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Robert E. Rich, Sr.
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert E. Rich Sr. (Buffalo, New York, July 7, 1913 February 15, 2006 in Palm Beach, Florida) was a food-processing pioneer who, in 1945, invented the first non-dairy whipped topping made from soybeans that could be frozen. He founded Rich Products Corporation which had sales of $2.5 billion on more than 2,300 products in 2005, the year before he died at age 92. His son, Robert Rich Jr. inherited Rich Products Corporation and is the owner of the Buffalo Bisons baseball team. Rich attended Bennett High School in Buffalo, where his father owned an ice cream plant. He received his undergraduate education from the University at Buffalo, where he was captain of both football and wrestling. He was later was inducted into the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Athletic Hall of Fame. After borrowing money from his father, he started the Wilbur Dairy Company (later renamed the Jones-Rich Milk Company) in 1935.

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Big Nate: Revenge of the Cream Puffs
15,90 CHF *
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A new volume in the bestselling 'Big Nate' series. Here come Nate and his baseball team, the Cream Puffs, as they seek sweet revenge.

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The Man with Two Left Feet
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The Wodehouse series continues?a sparkling story collection from the master of hijinks and social comedy These early stories, first published together in 1917, show Wodehouse perfecting his craft. Characters include a talking dog, a private eye who wants to be an actor, a bank clerk who cannot dance, an ugly policeman, a baseball-mad businessman, and a black cat. The star attraction of the volume for most reders will probably be 'Excruciating Young Gussie, ' the first story to feature Jeeves, though in a minor role. His employer, Bertie (furnished with an Aunt Agatha but no surname) has not yet, like Wodehouse himself, 'appreciated the man's qualities.' All the stories, however, bear the unmistakable imprint of the author's comic genius. With each volume edited and reset and printed on Scottish cream-wove, acid-free paper, sewn and bound in cloth, these novels are elegant additions to the legions of Wodehouse fans? libraries.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Travels with Louis
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'When Louis was home in Queens, neighborhood kids would gather around as he brought them into jazz. His music still vibrantly lives around the world, and his spirit of humaneness lives in Travels with Louis by Mick Carlon, teacher of jazz to the young of all ages.'-Nat Hentoff 'Thanks to his friendship with the great Louis Armstrong, twelve-year old Fred sees his world expand from ice cream and baseball in Queens to jazz at the Village Vanguard, a civil rights sit-in in Nashville, and ecstatic concerts in London and Paris. A wonderful story, which rings true on many levels.'-Michael Cogswell, director, Louis Armstrong House Museum 'Carlon is driven by a love divided evenly between the subject and the act of writing itself.'-Brian Morton, author of The Penguin Guide to Jazz Praise for Mick Carlon's Riding on Duke's Train: 'In schools where students are lucky enough to experience classroom jazz studies, this title, combining rich musical history and a 'you are there' approach, is a natural.'-Kirkus Reviews 'Enthralling. . . . An adventure story with a smart, historical framework.'-ForeWord, Recommended Books for Kids 'A ripping good yarn.'-Brian Morton Queens, 1959. Twelve-year-old Fred loves reading, baseball, and playing trumpet with his neighbor, Louis Armstrong. Fred accompanies Louis to Nashville, where he encounters a Civil Rights lunch counter strike, and to London and Paris. Characters include Langston Hughes, Dizzy Gillespie, and Duke Ellington. Says jazz photographer Jack Bradley, 'Reading this book is like visiting my friend again. This is the way he was, folks.'

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Penny from Heaven
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Newbery Honor-winning, New York Times-bestselling, and as full of fun and adventure as it is of deeper family issues. School's out for summer, and Penny and her cousin Frankie have big plans to eat lots of butter pecan ice cream, swim at the local pool, and cheer on their favorite baseball team-the Brooklyn Dodgers! But sometimes things don't go according to plan. Penny's mom doesn't want her to swim because she's afraid Penny will get polio. Frankie is constantly getting into trouble, and Penny feels caught between the two sides of her family. But even if the summer doesn't exactly start as planned . . . things can work out in the most unexpected ways! Set just after World War II, this thought-provoking novel also highlights the prejudice Penny's Italian American family must confront because people of Italian descent were 'the enemy' not long ago. Inspired by three-time Newbery Honor winner Jennifer Holm's own Italian American family, Penny from Heaven is a story about families-about the things that tear them apart and the things that bring them back together. Includes an author's note with photographs and background on World War II, internment camps, and 1950s America, as well as additional resources and websites. Booklist: 'Holm impressively wraps pathos with comedy in this coming-of-age story, populated by a cast of vivid characters.'

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Liberation of Max McTrue
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Have you ever had an extraordinary day? Max hadn't. Until one winter day when he met a girl. THE LIBERATION OF MAX MCTRUE takes place in a single day. The classic Boy Meets Girl story. Well, sort of: Boy meets homeschooled girl. Boy ditches school. Boy finds his future. And there's an ice cream truck. And archery. It's a bit like what would happen if FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF and THE ALCHEMIST had a kid, well...a kid who was a YA eBook novella. You get the idea. Max took a day off and found his life. Who changed your life today? For Max McTrue, life is not mysterious. He simply does what he's told and that path has served him well, has been easy and free of conflict. He's a good kid. 3.04 grade point average, plays football and baseball, has membership in a couple of school clubs. He's not much of a blip on anyone's radar, a fact he has wholly embraced for all of his seventeen years. Until one winter day when all that changes. That cold February 1st morning at Java Jewel, the café he works in before school, Max meets Clara Jane Ramsey. But Max doesn't know any of this yet. In fact, he sees her only briefly and then goes to class where the only thing (he thinks) of interest is the fact that his student teacher in Senior English has opted not wear a bra that day. Sitting in class, with three thick college application folders on the desk in front of him (college applications he has until five o'clock that day to mail), he sees Clara Jane out toward the baseball field, and for reasons he certainly cannot explain to himself, he raises his hand to ask for the pass, gathers his things, and joins her. Clara Jane is homeschooled and her family is on the last day of their motor-home stop through the small foothill town where Max lives. Max spends the day with Clara Jane and along the way, Clara Jane meets Emerson, Max's best friend who is on Home Hospital for her allergies, has perfect SAT scores, and drives a converted ice cream truck that holds her archery equipment and a portable reading library of used titles. And then there's Darcy, Max's on again off again - he's never quite sure - girlfriend, who puts a slight crimp in the clearly romantic tension that has been building. Clara Jane and Max explore each other's own longings and trappings and ideas. About what it means to learn, what it means to love something, and what it means to seek something. Eventually, the three packets Max has been hauling around become an issue. Why doesn't he just send them? THE LIBERATION OF MAX MCTRUE is the story of a single, crucial day. After seventeen years of a lovely albeit noncommittal existence, Max grabs the reins to his own life.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Remembering Cheltenham Township
19,90 CHF *
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From its founding in 1687 by Quaker settlers searching for religious freedom, Cheltenham Township has been a hub for social history and change. On the edge of Philadelphia, the township was a rallying point for fiery abolitionists such as Lucretia Mott, the sight of the first African American Civil War camp and a retreat for Gilded Age tycoons. Local historian Donald Scott Sr. has compiled a series of vignettes to chronicle the history of a small butinfluential township from its earliest days and into the twentieth century. With tales of a locally born ice cream empire, the early life of Baseball Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson and an exploration of striking neighborhood architecture, Scott pays homage to thisremarkable community.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Paris of the Plains
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From the end of the Great War to the final years of the 1950s, Kansas Citians lived in a manner worthy of a place called Paris of the Plains. The title did more than nod to the perfumed ladies who shopped at Harzfeld's Parisian or the one-thousand-foot television antenna nicknamed the &quote;Eye-full Tower.&quote; It spoke to the character of a town that worked for Boss Tom and danced for Count Basie but transcended both the Pendergast era and the Jazz Age. Author John Simonson introduces readers to a town of vaudeville shows and screened-in porches, where fleets of cream-and-black streetcars passed beneath a canopy of elms. This is a history that smells equally of lilacs and stockyards and bursts with the clamor of gunshots, radio baseball and the distant whistle of a night train.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The Man with Two Left Feet
21,99 € *
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The Wodehouse series continues?a sparkling story collection from the master of hijinks and social comedy These early stories, first published together in 1917, show Wodehouse perfecting his craft. Characters include a talking dog, a private eye who wants to be an actor, a bank clerk who cannot dance, an ugly policeman, a baseball-mad businessman, and a black cat. The star attraction of the volume for most reders will probably be 'Excruciating Young Gussie, ' the first story to feature Jeeves, though in a minor role. His employer, Bertie (furnished with an Aunt Agatha but no surname) has not yet, like Wodehouse himself, 'appreciated the man's qualities.' All the stories, however, bear the unmistakable imprint of the author's comic genius. With each volume edited and reset and printed on Scottish cream-wove, acid-free paper, sewn and bound in cloth, these novels are elegant additions to the legions of Wodehouse fans? libraries.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 20.09.2020
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