Frank Cascio was a close friend of tragic superstar Michael Jackson for more than twenty-five years. In My Friend Michael, Cascio offers a deeply personal, behind-the-scenes look at the Michael Jackson he knew. Filled with never-before-told stories and intimate details, My Friend Michael is the most candid, moving, and provocative portrait of the “King of Pop” to date—a fair and loving portrait of a true American pop music icon and of a remarkable friendship that endured through triumph and struggle, scandal and controversy.
My friend Michael is about teaching children about autism in a friendly way. It's about a young 8 year old and his new friend who happens to have Autism. At just 8 years old he realizes their differences but notices they have even more in common. He realizes how much of a great friend Michael is. This book is about showing children to accept differences and be your self. We should accept people for who they are and get to know them. You just may find your best friend.
Author: Michael Jacobshagen
Release Date: 2013
As a child Michael Jacobshagen spent time on the move with Michael Jackson. He met Michael Jackson the first time 1995 in Paris, the beginning of a friendship that stretched over years. They visited the famous Circus Krone in Munich, stayed 1998 two weeks in that city, went shopping and spent private time together in hotel suites and elsewhere. When Michael Jackson roamed Europe on his legendary 1997 History Tour, he invited the 13 year old Michael Jacobshagen time and again to various cities his concerts took place in. Now, 16 years later, Michael Jacobshagen lets other fans participate and talks for the first time in detail about his marvelous experiences with Michael Jackson in a profoundly open and personal manner. Among the stories: how they became friends in Munich, played hide and seek, threw water balloons to the fans outside and went on shopping tours.
"Get off your phone and read Jess Kimball Leslie's funny book!" ---Andy Cohen, host of Bravo's Watch What Happens Live I LOVE MY COMPUTER BECAUSE MY FRIENDS LIVE IN IT is a hilarious memoir of growing up in the early days of the Internet and celebrating technology's role in our lives. Coming of age in suburban Connecticut in the late '80s and early '90s, Jess Kimball Leslie looked to the nascent Internet to find the tribes she couldn't find IRL: fellow Bette Midler fans; women who seemed impossibly sure of their sexuality; interns trudging through similarly soul-crushing media jobs. Through effortlessly comedic storytelling and looks at tech through the ages (with photos!), Jess takes you on a journey through the hilarious times that technology and the Internet changed her life. From accounts of the lawless chat rooms of early AOL to the perpetual high school reunions that are modern-day Facebook and Instagram, Jess's essays paint a clear picture: That each of us has a much more twisted, meaningful, emotional relationship with the online world than we realize or let on.
Author: Richard J. Williams
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date: 2012-05-08
Throughout the centuries there have been many wonderful stories told. Stories of gods, heroes, monsters and the individuals who have changed their own fates, and the story that is about to be told is no different. This is the story of an average boy who will learn what it means to be a hero and how to change fate, not only his own but that of others as well. While the main character may seem like an unlikely hero, he has all of the qualities that many great heroes have had in the past. Within this young man beats the heart of a champion, but like many champions he will be tested. This young mans name is Michael Richardson and he is about to go on the journey of a lifetime.
Author: Michael Powell
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Release Date: 2003-09
Genre: Family & Relationships
You don¿t always know when you¿re going to need a friend, but you do know she¿ll always be there. 1000 Reasons You¿re My Friend is a thoughtful way to show a trusted confidante how much you appreciate and cherish her. Just like friendship, this sweet little book is full of joy, beauty, and humor.
Author: Amos Oz
Publisher: Random House
Release Date: 2015-02-28
One of Amos Oz's earliest and most famous novels, My Michael was a sensation upon its initial publication in 1968 and it has an enduring power to surprise and mesmerize. ‘His characters...ride the river of history’ New Yorker 'A beautiful work of great depth and lingers in the mind as a lyric song to his country's people as much as a moving love story' Arthur Miller 1950s Jerusalem. Hannah Gonen has just married and is thrilled and pained by her young well-meaning husband, Michael. Haunted by her dreams of two boys who disappeared from Jerusalem after the establishment of the state of Israel, Hannah gradually withdraws from her husband into a private world of fantasy and suppressed desires. This 2015 edition includes an updated introduction from the author.
Author: Michael Ramirez
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Release Date: 2011-01-13
Genre: Business & Economics
In Everyone Has the Right to My Opinion, Michael Ramirez, the internationally known editorial cartoonist for Investor's Business Daily, offers a comprehensive collection of his award-winning cartoons, accompanied by an introduction to the images highlighted throughout the book. Each cartoon shows that a picture is worth a thousand words and transforms the news of the day into eye-catching, provocative, and hilarious images that draw people into the democratic process. His commentary on everything from the economy and markets to politics and international affairs offers a unique perspective on today's issues.
Author: Paul J. Mirabile
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date: 2008-04-02
In this page turning novel, Michael Trent discovers a new world. Michael Trent meets new friends and becomes enchanted with the beauty of colors he has never seen before and the sounds of music he has never heard before. As Michael Trent deals with his inner trials and tribulations he is guided by those of greater wisdom and knowledge. Soon, Michael Trent learns to accept his new environment and fate. Only at the end of this plot twisting story will the reader understand the true meaning of "going home" again.
A friend named Jay is a book about a young male, who has become a vile product of his sordid surroundings. The once kind, caring, and loving Michael has finally succumbed to the drugs that surround his grotesque world, and is losing himself within. Alone again, Michael sees an incongruous cloud floating out of the sky toward him. He then meets a stranger with an unshaved face and long hair. Since then, things just have not been the same.
The Wolves of Trapper's Bluff is a story of desires, sacrifices, persistency and challenges intertwined within the disharmonized tonalities of life. Moments of desperation conflict with episodes of triumph. Heart-melting emotional outpours succumb under the cold steeliness of grief. Fear-the constant sojourner-permeates throughout and love as a sublime universal bond underpins all the hopes. A soul warming "aha" triumphs at the end-as a testimony to an unbridled courage in faith.