Salamanca Cave is an entertaining piece by the famous Spanish writer, poet and playwright Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547-1616), the world-famous writer, poet and playwright. Don Pancrasio is forced to leave his house for a few days to get to his sisters wedding. His wife Leonard is very upset, she does not want so long to part with her beloved and makes a tearful farewell. But as soon as the husband leaves the threshold, all the sadness from his wife as a hand removes, and they with the maid anticipate the upcoming party and entertainment ... Cervantess world fame was brought to him by his works The Watchful Guardian, The Impostor of Biscay, The Scammy Widow, Trampagos, The Two Chatters, The Election of the Alcalds in Daganso, Intermedia, Numancia, The Jealous Old Man, Theater of Wonders. Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra is a classic of world literature, the king of Spanish poets. His works have been translated into many languages ??of the world and for several centuries continue to win the hearts of readers. ????????, ?????????, ?????????, ????.
Little Good Boy had just finished eating the last of five rice cakes called dango, that had been strung on a skewer of bamboo and dipped in soy sauce, when he said to his little sister, called Chrysanthemum: O-Kiku, it is soon the great festival of the New Year. What shall we do then? asked little O-Kiku, not clearly remembering the festival of the previous year. Thus questioned, Yoshi-san had his desired opening to hold forth on the coming delights, and he replied: Men will come the evening before the great feast-day and help Plum-blossom, our maid, to clean all the house with brush and broom. Others will set up the decoration in front of our honored gateway. They will dig two small holes and plant a gnarled, black-barked father-pine branch on the left, and the slighter reddish mother-pine branch on the right. They will then put with these the tall knotted stem of a bamboo, with its smooth, hard green leaves that chatter when the wind blows. Next they will take a grass rope, about as long as a tall man, fringed with grass, and decorated with zigzag strips of white paper.
Naomi´s Gift by Amy Clipston: Naomi has started to think that she isn´t meant to find love, but she might receive more than she ever hoped for this Christmas. Twenty-four-year-old Naomi King, who has been burned twice by love, has all but given up on marriage and children. As Christmas approaches - a time of family, faith, and hope for many others - Naomi is more certain than ever her life will be spent as an old maid, helping with the family´s quilting business and taking care of her eight siblings. Then she meets Caleb, a young widower with a seven-year-old daughter, and her world is once again turned upside down. An Unexpected Joy by Ruth Reid: Abigail has driven other suitors away, but can Micah find a way to show her he cares? Abigail Kemp has managed to frighten off everybody who´s ever driven her home from a singing. Sure she will live to be an old maid, Abigail starts saving her money to buy a horse so she can at least have some independence. Micah Zook is looking for a caregiver for his grandmother, and Abigail needs a new job. He never expected that Abigail would talk so much...or that his grandmother would keep finding ways to set the two of them up. Despite Abigail´s constant chatter, she and Micah become friends - until Micah makes a decision that leaves Abigail feeling betrayed. With Christmas in their midst, can Micah find a way to reconcile with Abigail and to reveal what´s on his heart? A Christmas Visitor by Kelly Irvin: Frannie Mast returns to Bee County for Christmas, but her heart stays back in Missouri with an Englisch farmboy. Frannie knows her parents have the best of intentions when they send her back to Bee County, Texas, to live with her aunt Abigail and her husband, Mordecai. After all, she knows nothing can come of a relationship with Rocky, the handsome but Englisch farmer boy back in Missouri. It´s best to put those feelings asi... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kimberly Farr, Charity Spencer, Kristin James. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tnwd/000512de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Abigail has driven other suitors away, but can Micah find a way to show her he cares? Abigail Kemp has managed to frighten off everyone who´s ever driven her home from a singing. Sure, she will live to be an old maid. Abigail starts saving her money to buy a horse, so she can at least have some independence. Micah Zook is looking for a caregiver for his grandmother, and Abigail needs a new job. He never expected that Abigail would talk so much...or that his grandmother would keep finding ways to set the two of them up. Despite Abigail´s constant chatter, she and Micah become friends - until Micah makes a decision that leaves Abigail feeling betrayed. With Christmas in their midst, can Micah find a way to reconcile with Abigail and to reveal what´s on his heart? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kristin James. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tnwd/000510de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
On a certain morning, just a week before Christmas, the little world of school at Chilcombe Hall was awake and stirring at an unusually early hour. Long before the slightest hint of dawn showed in the sky the lamps were lighted in the corridors, maids were scuttling about, bringing in breakfast, and Jones, the gardener, assisted by his eldest boy, a sturdy grinning urchin of twelve, was beginning the process of carrying down piles of hand-bags and hold-alls, and stacking them on a cart which was waiting in the drive outside. Miss Walters, dreading the Christmas rush on the railway, had determined to take time by the forelock, and meant to pack off her pupils by the first available trains, trusting they would most of them reach their destinations before the overcrowding became a serious problem in the traffic. The pupils themselves offered no objections to this early start. The sooner they reached home and began the holidays, so much the better from their point of view. It was fun to get up by lamp-light, when the stars were still shining in the sky; fun to find that rules were relaxed, and for once they might chatter and talk as they pleased; fun to run unreproved along the passages, sing on the stairs, and twirl one another round in an impromptu dance in the hall. The particular occupants of the Blue Bedroom had been astir even before the big bell clanged for rising, so they stole a march over rival dormitories, performed their toilets, packed their hand-bags, strapped their wraps, and proceeded downstairs to the dining-hall, where cups and plates were just being laid upon the breakfast-table. It was quite superfluous energy on the part of Lilias, Dulcie, Gowan, and Bertha, for as a matter of fact not one of them was on the list of earliest departures, but the excitement of the general exodus had awakened them as absolutely as the advent of Santa Claus on Christmas mornings. They stood round the newly-lighted fire, warming their hands, chatting, and hailing fresh arrivals who hurried into the hall. You going by the 6.30, Edith? You lucker! My train doesnt start till ten! I begged and implored Miss Walters to let me leave by the early one, and wait at the junction, but she would not hear of it, so Ive got to stop here kicking my heels, and watch you others whisked away. Isnt it a grisly shame?