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by Albert J. Nimeth

ePub I Like You Just Because: Thoughts on Friendship download
Author:
Albert J. Nimeth
ISBN13:
978-0819904225
ISBN:
0819904228
Language:
Publisher:
Franciscan Press; 1st edition (1970)
Category:
Subcategory:
Humanities
ePub file:
1364 kb
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1577 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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669

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Nimeth, Albert J. Publication date. Franciscan Herald Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Uploaded by CarriC on August 3, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

Like many inspirational books,. Although this book is classified as a young reader, it has meaning well beyond. Like many inspirational books, its simple thoughts are often more profound with age. It has been a source of joy and of comfort. Its message is timeless. A must read - must have - for both those who question, and for those who value, friendship. This Nimeth Book is a classic-- just because. com User, February 7, 2000. I first read this book as a seventh grader. It was a time when friends were prime in my life. Their acceptance or rejection determined the rest of my day's mood.

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I like you just because. thoughts on friendship. There's no description for this book yet. Published 1970 by Franciscan Herald Press in . Written in English. Sequel: Of course I love you.

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Although this book is classified as a young reader, iAlthough this book is classified as a young reader, it has meaning well beyond. Like many inspirational books, its simple thoughts are often more profound with age. It has been a source of joy and of comfort. Its message is timeless. A must read - must have - for both those who question, and for those who value, friendship.t has meaning well beyond. Like many inspirational books, its simple thoughts are often more profound with age. It has been a source of joy and of comfort. Its message is timeless. A must read - must have - for both those who question, and for those who value, friendship.
  • The usage of "friends" has many meanings. If you want to know what a "friend" is or ought to be this is the one. A keeper.

  • I really love this book. Copy looks good, but I didn't know that this was a second hand copy. In fact, the message to whom the book was given back in the 70s was still there. Pretty cool!

  • I have all of Albert J. Nimeths book. Bought them when they first came out. I was just a young girl when I purchased my first book which at that time sold for $3.50. Unfortunately but fortunately they were in a flood but they survived with lots of damage. Still I have held onto them as I can still read what was written in them. They are insights to live by and deeply moved my heart. What a wonderful man who wrote such books. I will always cherish them.

  • I first read this book as a seventh grader. It was a time when friends were prime in my life. Their acceptance or rejection determined the rest of my day's mood. When everything I said and did and wore and ate had something to do with a friend. It was a time when I pledged loyalty to friends and gave my word with more severity and solemnity than I have ever summoned in my life. (or will ever summon in my life) This book helped me express what I was feeling towards these important people in my life. The gratitude and acceptance it encourages was so appropriate then as now. I came across a copy from the library and re-acquainted myself with the verses of the book. I find out that the verses are so alive that although I understand and see them differently now, I think it's wonderful that this book is universal enough to grow with anyone who reads it.

  • FR. AL WAS MY UNCLE, AND IF IT WASN'T FOR HIM AND HIS BOOKS, I DON'T KNOW HOW I WOULD OF MADE IF THROUGH LIFE!
    HIS WORDS ARE SO INSPERANTIONAL, AND SO HEART WARMING.
    THANK YOU UNCLE AL.
    WE LOVE AND MISS YOU.
    THERESA NIMETH.