Posts Tagged ‘parents’

Hebrew Tutor of Bel-Air by Allan Appel – Dedication

In Books, Novels, Romance, Teen on February 8, 2011 at 3:28 pm

Today we’re visiting Will Smith’s old stomping ground. A 17-year-old compulsive gambler in 1963 Los Angeles travels to Will Smith’s hood to tutor 16-year-old Bat Mizvah trainee Bayla Adler. Chaos ensues –  it’s a matter of life and $20,000. Allan Apel dedicated The Hebrew Tutor of Bel-Air:

To the memory of my parents, Morris and Pearl Appel,

and my teacher Dr. David Lieber

Dr. David Leo Lieber, a rabbi, often advised his fellow scholars: “You can always tell someone to go to hell later.” He graduated from the College of the City of New York (magna cum laude) and served as President of the American Jewish University.

Lord of the Flies by William Golding – Dedication

In Adventure, Books, Classics, Novels on November 13, 2010 at 10:54 am

William Golding dedicated his boys-gone-wild exploration Lord of the Flies:

For my mother and father

…Ironic, in a book devoted to boys who play when their parents are away!

Sex and Drugs with Guns N’ Roses by Steven Adler

In Adventure, Books on August 4, 2010 at 2:13 pm

Steven Adler dedicated his awesome book “My Appetite for Destruction: Sex and Drugs and Guns N’ Roses” ~

To my grandmother “Big Lilly,”

my grandfather “Stormin’ Norman,”

and to my beloved wife, Carolina, whose

love and support made this book possible.

To the millions of faithful Guns N’ Roses

fans all over the world,

I thank you for your eternal devotion.

Special thanks to:

  • the Adler family,
  • the Ferreira family,
  • the Hudson family,
  • the Canter family,
  • Steve Sprite,
  • Dr. Drew Pinsky,
  • Dr. Charles Sophy,
  • Bob Forrest,
  • Ronald “Ronnie My Boy” Schneider,
  • Chris Green
  • Robert Espinoza,
  • James Vanderweilen, and
  • Brad Server.

And lastly to my dogs

Shadow, Midnight, and Chichi.

Their unconditional love saw me through.

Leading Outside the Lines by Jon Katzenbach and Zia Khan – Dedication

In Books, Business on July 28, 2010 at 3:28 pm

Leading Outside the Lines has two dedications ~

Jon: To Marvin Bower, whose memory never fades

Zia: To my parents for their steadfast love and support

I’m Down by Mishna Wolff — Dedication

In Biography, Books on June 23, 2010 at 6:17 pm

Now that’s an afro.

Mishna Wolff dedicated “I’m Down” (her memoir about growing up ivory in an impoverished ebony neighborhood) ~

To my mom and dad, who gave me the best childhood I

would never have been smart enough to ask for.

We especially liked the parts about the GSCC (Government-Sponsored Charity Club) and the amazing 80s photos of her dad in short shorts.

Master’s Thesis by John P. Hays

In Academics on March 22, 2010 at 12:00 pm

To my parents, Fred and Sherry Hays, And all of my friends, Without whom none of my success would be possible.

– Master’s Thesis by John P. Hays

Caffeine for the Creative Mind by Mumaw and Oldfield

In Books, Psychology on March 5, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Wendy Lee Oldfield:

This book is dedicated
to my greatest
heroes in the world.

My Mom and Dad.

Stefan Mumaw:

In life, you get few
opportunities to forge
friendships that you pray
will last the remainder
of your days here on
Earth. God has blessed
me with not one, but
three. This book is
dedicated to Rob,
Umahl and Joe.

My Best Friends.

Caffeine for the Creative Mind by Stefan Mumaw and Wendy Lee Oldfield

A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving

In Books, Classics, Novels on March 4, 2010 at 12:00 pm

This book is for Helen Frances Winslow Irving

& Colin Franklin Newell Irving

my mother & father.

– A Prayer for Owen Meany (literary inspiration for the film Simon Birch) by John Irving

Life of Pi by Yann Martel

In Books, Novels on March 3, 2010 at 12:00 pm

– Life of Pi by Yann Martel is dedicated to:

á mes parents et a mon frere

(to my parents and to my brother)

Making Love to the Minor Poets of Chicago by James Conrad

In Uncategorized on February 18, 2010 at 4:32 am

Dedication in Making Love to the Minor Poets of Chicago by James Conrad

For my parents, Phyllis and Harold Conrad, Alison and Mike, and especially Paul, and Jenny of course.

– Making Love to the Minor Poets of Chicago by James Conrad

2Y&Y: James A Conrad’s remarkable ungoogleability leaves us bewildered about everyone except Phyllis and Harold, who donated generously to the University of Minnesota.

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