Cosby

Cosby Author Mark Whitaker
ISBN-10 9781451697971
Release 2014-09-16
Pages 544
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In a book based on extensive research and in-depth interviews with Bill Cosby and more than 60 of his closest friends and associates, the author offers a frank account of the comedian's life and legacy. 75,000 first printing.



Time Flies

Time Flies Author Bill Cosby
ISBN-10 9780553277241
Release 1988
Pages 176
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America's #1 media personality and bestselling author delivers a light-hearted, highly personal yet universally appealing look at the different ages and stages through which we live and learn. A book for every age.



Cosby

Cosby Author Ronald L. Smith
ISBN-10 0896217116
Release 1986-01-01
Pages 321
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A look at the personal hardships and triumphs of the man behind the superstar, from his poor childhood in Philadelphia, to his comedy albums and nightclub acts, to his current television series



Bill Cosby on Fatherhood

Bill Cosby on Fatherhood Author Bill Cosby
ISBN-10 088088181X
Release 2002-01-01
Pages 80
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Try to keep a straight face! Ribbon bookmark.



Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby Author Marianne Ruuth
ISBN-10 0870675966
Release 1993-02-01
Pages 185
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Recounts the life of America's most successful and popular black entertainer.



Love and Marriage

Love and Marriage Author Bill Cosby
ISBN-10 9780553284676
Release 1990
Pages 267
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The reigning King of Comedy demonstrates warmth, wit, and wisdom as he takes on two subjects close to us all. Cosby shares his thoughts on everything from childhood romances and adolescent crushes to first lovers, dating, and the rewards of marriage.



Bill Cosby Is Right

Bill Cosby Is Right Author Merisa Parson Davis
ISBN-10 9781615799923
Release 2010-04
Pages 356
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Merisa Davis & Family Merisa Parson Davis is Dr. Bill Cosby's cousin. She is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, where she earned her Master's degree in Theological Studies. She attends First Redeemer Church in Cumming, Georgia, pastored by Dr. Richard Lee. There, she serves as a Bible teacher, youth worker, and women's conference speaker. She earned her undergraduate degree at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. (Founded by the late Dr. Jerry Falwell) There, she studied television, journalism, and Christian counseling. She is a former news reporter for WVIR-TV NBi29, in her hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia. Merisa has worked in youth ministry since 1998. Currently, she is helping create Liberty University's new Black Worship Studies Program, scheduled to begin classes in fall of 2010. She has been married for 15 years to Marc Davis, who is the owner of the Davis State Farm Insurance Agency, in Stone Mountain, Georgia. She is the proud mother of Charissa Joy and Marc Isaac. She plans to pursue her Ph.D in the near future. "For several years now I have had the joy to see, firsthand, how God is using Merisa Davis to bring a message of inspiration to others. Her book, "Bill Cosby Is Right" is a prescription for those who are seeking to move to a higher place in their work, their lives, and their faith." Dr. Richard Lee, General Editor, "The American Patriot's Bible," Founding Pastor, First Redeemer Church "I have had the opportunity of reading a portion of Merisa's book, "Bill Cosby Is Right." To say the least, it is the best that I have ever seen on the subject. My advice-secure a copy and be both informed and inspired!" Dr. Harold L. Willmington, author, "Willmington's Guide to the Bible," Dean, Willmington School of the Bible, Liberty University



Bill Cosby coming at you

Bill Cosby  coming at you Author Sandra Ziegler
ISBN-10 0895650312
Release 1978
Pages 32
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A biographical sketch of the black comedian famous for anecdotes about his childhood.



Bill Cosby

Bill Cosby Author Michael Schuman
ISBN-10 0894905481
Release 1995
Pages 128
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Describes the life of Bill Cosby from his childhood in Philadelphia through his successful career as a comedian.



The Cosby show

The Cosby show Author James R. Rothaus
ISBN-10 0886820782
Release 1986-10
Pages 31
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A brief biography of the ghetto kid who was a high school dropout and now has a PhD in Education and is among America's leading entertainers; and a description of the Cosby Show, the successful comedy series which is Bill Cosby's latest television venture



Fatherhood

Fatherhood Author Bill Cosby
ISBN-10 0425097722
Release 1987
Pages 178
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In this collection of ruminations, anecdotes, and vignettes, the actor/ comedian covers the paternal gamut from the first child's birth to the challenges of raising teenagers and the ambivalence of watching kids leave home. Reissue.



Why Bill Cosby was Right

Why Bill Cosby was Right Author Eugene Williams (Jr.)
ISBN-10 9780981806037
Release 2008
Pages 184
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Why Bill Cosby was Right has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Why Bill Cosby was Right also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Why Bill Cosby was Right book for free.



Bill Cosby Look Back in Laughter

Bill Cosby  Look Back in Laughter Author James T. Olsen
ISBN-10 0871913569
Release 1974
Pages 29
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A biography of the black comedian famous for anecdotes about his childhood.



Come On People

Come On People Author Bill Cosby
ISBN-10 9781418572051
Release 2009-01-05
Pages 288
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In Come On, People, Bill Cosby and Alvin F. Poussaint tell an inspiring story about human beings fighting hardships and succeeding. It is a story about strong, resilient people who have overcome poverty and mistreatment. Do not be surprised if you find yourself identifying personally with the stories because you see the same struggle in either yourself or in an acquaintance or a relative. It is a stirring call for us all to complete the daunting transition from victims to victors, from helplessness to hope. Come On, People will encourage you to set aside excuses and make a better life today—for you, for your children, for your community, and for your future.



Starring Mandela and Cosby

Starring Mandela and Cosby Author Ron Krabill
ISBN-10 9780226451893
Release 2010-09-15
Pages 199
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During the worst years of apartheid, the most popular show on television in South Africa was " The Cosby Show". Why did people living under a system built on the idea that Black people were inferior and threatening flock to a show that portrayed African Americans as comfortably mainstream? The South African government maintained a ban on television until 1976. Weaving together South Africa's political history and a social history of television, Ron Krabill challenges conventional understandings of globalization, offering up new insights into the relationship between politics and the media.--[book cover]



Is Bill Cosby Right

Is Bill Cosby Right Author Michael Eric Dyson
ISBN-10 9780786722075
Release 2008-07-31
Pages 304
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Michael Eric Dyson took America by storm with this provocative expose of the class and generational divide that is tearing black America apart. Nothing exposed the class and generational divide in black America more starkly than Bill Cosby's now-infamous assault on the black poor when he received an NAACP award in the spring of 2004. The comedian-cum-social critic lamented the lack of parenting, poor academic performance, sexual promiscuity, and criminal behavior among what he called the “knuckleheads” of the African-American community. Even more surprising than his comments, however, was the fact that his audience laughed and applauded. Best-selling writer, preacher, and scholar Michael Eric Dyson uses the Cosby brouhaha as a window on a growing cultural divide within the African-American community. According to Dyson, the “Afristocracy”—lawyers, physicians, intellectuals, bankers, civil rights leaders, entertainers, and other professionals—looks with disdain upon the black poor who make up the “Ghettocracy”—single mothers on welfare, the married, single, and working poor, the incarcerated, and a battalion of impoverished children. Dyson explains why the black middle class has joined mainstream America to blame the poor for their troubles, rather than tackling the systemic injustices that shape their lives. He exposes the flawed logic of Cosby's diatribe and offers a principled defense of the wrongly maligned black citizens at the bottom of the social totem pole. Displaying the critical prowess that has made him the nation's preeminent spokesman for the hip-hop generation, Dyson challenges us all—black and white—to confront the social problems that the civil rights movement failed to solve.



Quiet Hero

Quiet Hero Author Rita Cosby
ISBN-10 1439165610
Release 2010-05-18
Pages 304
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When a father reveals his haunting past, a daughter takes an incredible journey of self-discovery . . . Emmy® award–winning journalist, TV host, and New York Times bestselling author Rita Cosby has always asked the tough questions in her interviews with the world’s top newsmakers. Now, in a compelling and powerful memoir, she reveals how she uncovered an amazing personal story of heroism and courage, the untold secrets of a man she has known all her life: her father. Years after her mother’s tragic death, Rita finally nerved herself to sort through her mother’s stored belongings, never dreaming what a dramatic story was waiting for her. Opening a battered tan suitcase, she discovered it belonged to her father—the enigmatic man who had divorced her mother and left when Rita was still a teenager. Rita knew little of her father’s past: just that he had left Poland after World War II, and that his many scars, visible and not, bore mute witness to some past tragedy. He had always refused to answer questions. Now, however, she held in her hand stark mementos from the youth of the man she knew only as Richard Cosby, proud American: a worn Polish Resistance armband; rusted tags bearing a prisoner number and the words Stalag IVB; and an identity card for an ex-POW bearing the name Ryszard Kossobudzki. Gazing at these profoundly telling relics, the well-known journalist realized that her father’s story was one she could not allow him to keep secret any longer. When she finally did persuade him to break his silence, she heard of a harrowing past that filled her with immense pride . . . and chilled her to the bone. At the age of thirteen, barely even adolescent, her father had seen his hometown decimated by bombs. By the time he was fifteen, he was covertly distributing anti-Nazi propaganda a few blocks from the Warsaw Ghetto. Before the Warsaw Uprising, he lied about his age to join the Resistance and actively fight the enemy to the last bullet. After being nearly fatally wounded, he was taken into captivity and sent to a German POW camp near Dresden, finally escaping in a daring plan and ultimately rescued by American forces. All this before he had left his teens. This is Richard Cosby’s story, but it is also Rita’s. It is the story of a daughter coming to understand a father whose past was too painful to share with those he loved the most, too terrible to share with a child . . . but one that he eventually revealed to the journalist. In turn, Rita convinced her father to join her in a dramatic return to his battered homeland for the first time in sixty-five years. As Rita drew these stories from her father and uncovered secrets and emotions long kept hidden, father and daughter forged a new and precious bond, deeper than either could have ever imagined.