Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Any books about young love during the wars?

Okay so I’m reading a book called “A Little Love Song” by Michelle Magorian and I LOVE IT. It’s set in 1943 so the war is going on and it’s the summer holidays. The main character falls in love with a boy who is going off to war and stuff like that. Does anybody know of any books that are similar to this? Just about young love in the 1940s or around? I love reading books like this 🙂 I’m 14 so nothing too challenging haha. Thanks!

Answer by mad
Atonement by Ian mcewan.

Answer by R
dear john.

Answer by Jo Spumoni
There are billions of books about young adults in love during war. To name a few of the better ones:

Atonement
Suite Francaise
The Visible World
Corelli’s Mandolin

Answer by Gossamer (:
Have you read “tomorrow when the war began”
its really good, about a group of teenagers who go camping. Their country is invaded and everyone is captured apart from them , because they were in the bush. They work to free their families and some of them fall in love with each other.

summary:
“Seven Australian teenagers return from a camping trip in the bush to discover that their country has been invaded and they must hide to stay alive”

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I’ve tried wattpad but 4Shared is the best so far for downloading free books online. I really just love reading books and the only library around me is so small it doesn’t have any of the books I want and I don’t have enough money to buy all of them. Are there any good sites that are close to 4shared?

Answer by J
thePiratebay.org

Answer by CἬᾂOϚ
http://scribd.com

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What are your Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day traditions?

I LOVE reading what people do for the holidays. Feel free to write as much as you want!

Answer by Hopee. (:
Well, Thanksgiving I wake up, watch some of the Macy’s Day Parade, then I get ready eat a little at my mom’s house, then I go to my dad’s family and we have a huge dinner. Nothing really big there. But, Christmas my brother and I wake up MEGA early, then wait ’till it’s not super early, and wake up our mom, and open gifts, and all that stuff. We usually have like ham biscuits and stuff too. 🙂 Then we go to our dad’s house open gifts there, and then go back to sleep or something, then get ready and go to my aunt’s house at like three or so, and hang out, eat a huge lunch/dinner, then we open presents, and stuff. 🙂 On Christmas Eve my brother, my mom, and I read ” Twas The Night Before Christmas.” We’ve done that foreeeever.

Answer by Sarah
Thanksgiving: wake up and watch the parade with my mom cuz its her favorite thing to do. we ait till santa comes on to it and then we usually turn it off. then we go to our neighbors house at about 3:00 and eat an early ddinner so my dad can watch the football games with all the other guys there! i usually end up having a sleepovr with someone!
Christmas:SCREAM! wake up my parents they get the camera and we all get to open a first present at the same time. dont usually eat breakfast till presents r done. then we hav everyone come ovr and me and my friends show eachothr wat we got! its always fun!

Answer by Eggster43
Day before Thanksgiving: I marinate the huge Turkey with my mother and grandmother. We then fall asleep.

Thanksgiving Day: It’s usually me, my mother, and grandmother who wake up first at 7am(Well, I wake up at 6am). We put the turkey in the oven and wait. The whole family is downstairs just when the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade begins. Usually, I catch the flu around Thanksgiving but hopefully, I llwill not get sick. After the parade is done, we watch some football(Go Jets!) and then at around 6 or 7pm, the turkey is finished and we all eat as a family(Dad, me, 2 brothers, grandparents, Aunt, Uncle, pet dog.)

Christmas Day: I open up presents that Santa Claus brought us. Usually, on Christmas Eve, we have a HUGE DINNER but with Ham and gravy and potatoes. It’s fun. I love the holidays, all the hustle and bustle, trying to keep warm 10 degree weather, and waiting for it to snow.

Answer by ι’ℓℓ αℓωαуѕ♥♥уσυ ѕтєℓℓу
I live in the UK so i dont celebrate thanksgiving, but a few years ago I was in NYC for thanksgiving day (also the day of my birthday that year) and I got to see the Macys parade, and it was the most amazing thing ever!

On Christmas eve, the whole family will go out for a nice meal somewhere, and through the day me and my dad will do last minute things when my mum tidies the whole house. When we come back from the meal, sometimes I’ll bake biscuits and cupcakes, then I’ll run over to my grandmas (they live accross the street!) and go all hyper. Then I’ll come home, shower and then put my nice jammies on, watch TV until almost midnight then go to bed.
And on Christmas morning we all get up (not super early, since that ruins the day if your tired) open presents, then my grandma, granda and aunties will come to see us, then the rest of my family will come, and my mum puts a little breakfast thing out, then they will go and we get ready and go to my grandmas for dinner.
We’ll come home, put our new pyjamas, slippers and dressing gown on, eat some of the nice sweets and chocolates and snuggle up in bed, sad that christmas is once again, all over and done with

Answer by Smashley
Thanks giving I wake up and hang out with my family then I go and to my grandma for lunch ad i see all my cousins and have super amount of fun. then i go to my great grandmas and see the other side of my family and play with all my cousins over and then i get to go and play till late at night and we go home

Christmas on xmas eve i got with my cousins to outback then we go home and me and my parents each open one gift then we put out the cookie and reindeer food and go to bed on xmas morning i wake up at 830 wait with my dad till 9 to wake up my mom and open the gifts FIRST we open all the stocking then the gifts then we go and see the cookies and reindeer food then we go to my bff house and give gifts and all that then go to my grandmas house and open my stocking there after that around 3 all the family comes over and we give even more gifts
then at the end of the night it’s just plain old boring becasue the stop all xmas music after xmas day and the feeling of christmas is sadly gone >

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I was born with my innate gifts of clairvoyance (see things), clairaudient (hear things), clairsentient (know things). By the time I was 3 I knew there were things that I knew that I could not tell anyone about because they got really weird if I did. At 13 I got my first deck of tarot cards (Ryder – Waite) and started doing readings professionally.

At 16 I had my first near death experience when I was in a pick-up truck that hit a semi-tractor trailer truck. My dad had died several years earlier – and he had been a semi-truck driver. I was fortunate enough to receive my Father as a Spirit Guide that day, My second NDE was when I was 18 – I was in a Piper Cub 2 seater aircraft that did a hard landing into the side of a mountain. I have spent my entire life studying and working with the wyrd and wonderful in all its guises. While not required by any means I enjoy using the Tarot or any of the other divination tools I have at hand you may want to use for your reading.

I have Doctorate Degrees in Divinity (D.Div) and Theology (Th.D.) from Northern Lights Seminary and continue to study. Among some of my other titles are Psychic Minister, Esoteric Minister, High Priestess, Shaman, Spiritual Coach, Psychic Coach, Psychic Healer, Life Coach, Relationship Coach, Small Business Consultant, Paralegal, Executive Director and College student. I am honored to be a “reader’s reader,” meaning that many of the people do readings for are readers or spiritual workers themselves.