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Knowing of her love for the Reliant brand, the author initially approached the Princess Royal about writing a foreword for a previous book, The Reliant Motor Company, a complete history of Reliant, which she did.
The duchess says in her foreword for Together: Our Community Cookbook: "I immediately felt connected to this community kitchen; it is a place for women to laugh, grieve, cry and cook together."
It's an honour for me as an author and for Hema ji also that it is perhaps the first time that an active Prime Minister has written a foreword for a book on a Bollywood actor."
Foreword Reviews, a media company focusing on independently published books, announced the winners of its INDIES Book of the Year Awards today during the American Library Association's Annual Conference in Chicago.
In the foreword, Kate writes she is "immensely" proud of her grandmother, Valerie Glassborow, who, with her twin sister Mary, was part of the Allied effort to break Nazi codes.
It's difficult to say how many readers bother with a foreword: They are infamously misspellable and skippable :
Mandela: An Audio History provides an introduction by Mandela, a foreword by Joe Richman, and over an hour's history recounting Mandela's struggle against apartheid, and is hosted by Desmond Tutu in a documentary from Radio Diaries that features first-person accounts from those who fought with Mandela.
"Custer's Last Battle" contains all the beautiful illustrations of the original (44 original color ledger-style paintings by the author), a slightly modified layout that allows a column of text to be integrated into each two page illustration, a new author's introduction, a Foreword by Joe Medicine Crow, the Crow tribal historian and oldest living member of the Crow tribe whose grandfather was one of Custer's scouts, and a revised and updated text.
Now he has praised a string of north-east authors for their work and written a foreword to the book, which it is hoped can raise PS3500 for the training of a puppy through the charity.
The Foreword states that "for most of the twentieth century Poles comprised the state's second-largest ethnic group." Possibly the beginning of the road for a researcher analyzing the reasons why Poles have been virtually excluded from the circles of political power in Wisconsin (and in the nation).
by Martin Hannan, foreword by Neil Lennon), the other from that of a Rangers' fan (Follow, Follow by Iain Duff, foreword by Lee McCulloch), have been published to celebrate classic Old Firm clashes and RP Sport have been given five copies of each that any supporter of either team would love to get their hands on.
Told and illustrated by Paul Goble; Foreword by Albert White Hat Sr., Paul Goble; THE BOY AND HIS MUD HORSES; World Wisdom, Inc, World Wisdom (Children's Picture Book) $14.95 ISBN: 9781935493112