Cover of I N R I

I N R I

Auhtor: Elizabeth Lee

Language: english

Genres:

classic
Downloads: 344
eBook size: 541Kb

Review by Daniel G. Lebryk, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
Please check the copyright status in your country.

Summary of the Book 'I N R I':

Annabel Jane Elizabeth Karmel MBE is the author of books on nutrition and cooking for babies children and families. Annabels first child died of a rare viral disease aged just three months. Although the illness was not diet related Annabel was determined to give her second child the best possible start in life and she spent two years researching child nutrition and development interviewing leading UK paediatricians and child nutritionists. Her first book was The Complete Baby and Toddler Meal Planner written in 1991. It was endorsed by Great Ormond Street Hospital the UK?s leading children?s hospital. Annabel has since published numerous other books and has worked as a consultant with manufacturers like Marks and Spencer. In August 2006 she launched ?Make Your Own?? A range of equipment for making ones own baby food. Annabel writes regularly for national United Kingdom newspapers including The Times The Daily Mail and the Sunday Mirror as well as contributing to Practical Parenting BBC Good Food and Sainsburys Magazine. She is the children?s celebrity chef on the BBC website and also appears frequently on radio and television as the UK?s expert on nutritional issues including BBC1?s Saturday Kitchen and BBC2?s Working Lunch. She completed a series on the Richard Judy Show as the Foodie Godmother where she travelled around the United Kingdom solving the problems of fussy eaters. She also filmed a 10 part series with Sky Active called Mummy Thats Yummy. In 2007 Annabel launched a range of food products for children called Eat Fussy with Sainsburys supermarket in the UK. In June 2009 Annabel will be one of the celebrity chefs appearing at the Childrens Food Festival in Oxfordshire.

Excerpts from the Book 'I N R I':


... Pharisees met together, and eagerly brought forward a crowd of statutes regarding the culpability of the transgressor. Young Jesus listened attentively ...
... I do not want any. But the other guests do. The host is greatly embarrassed. I wish someone could help him. If they are thirsty, ...
... of the Messiah. What the chief called the key to the kingdom of the Messiah was an army which, scattered over the plain, resembled a dark ...
... the road from behind? There's only one thing I can't part with, but I can take that with me. Then, he turned to the Nazarene, held the tray with ...
... hair was reddish brown, he had brushed it carefully, and cheeks and chin were shaved smoothly. He had felt sure that the day would restore him to ...
... him into his sunny native valley, to the place with the old gabled houses, to his father's house which stood amidst the fruit-trees, and the thread ...
... The people leave their houses, their families, their work, to follow you. What enchantment do you practise on them? They follow the tidings, ...
... arms in order to show them the marvellous man. Some of the boys got through between the people's legs to the front in order to see Him and kiss ...
... coins among the mourners, for he would have liked to throw a gay covering adorned with precious stones over all sorrow and mourning. When he ...
... again Jesus went through His native land to see if the seed of His teaching had sprung up anywhere. But the earth was barren. He was not so much troubled ...
... He feels dismayed, and then you come and make the struggle harder for Him. Stand up, brother we must be strong and cheerful and a support to Him. ...
... in his room, reading the Holy Scriptures and praying. One of the disciples asked him why he was not at work although it was a week-day. The ...
... from his sling, and that was why he rose so high. Now for that reason, and because Joseph, the carpenter, was glad to visit his native town once ...
... a lively conversation. When you lie there and turn cold, they put on a shroud, tie a kerchief round your head, stretch you out on a board, and lament ...
... priesthood of Jerusalem must meet in order to take counsel over this knotty case. As a matter of fact there was nothing they could legally bring ...
... She thought of the wayward children of our first parents, and with her mind's eye saw a dear little descendant of Adam, who was perfectly innocent, ...
... late as the hour was, Jesus was unfastened from the cross and lowered to the ground with cloths. Then the body was anointed with precious oil, wrapped ...
... send for me, my dear Ferleitner, I have come again unasked to see how you fare. You are not ill? Has the sentence come? asked the prisoner. ...
... with his soft fingers. And when the child fell asleep in the flowers, his mother kneeled before him and looked at him. And she gazed and gazed ...
... You know! You keep shadows within and light without. Reverse it. Directly the boy had said that Pharaoh got up, thinner and ...