|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography|
|Series||Life skills biographies|
|LC Classifications||ML3930.B592 D58 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007012506|
Bono: The Amazing Story of a Rescue Cat Who Inspired a Community - Kindle edition by Brown, Helen. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Bono: The Amazing Story of a Rescue Cat Who Inspired a Community/5(77). This book was about the writer and a black cat called Bono. Fostering Bono for a month and writing a blog to find his forever home helped in the clarification of her own life. This book was well written and very entertaining in parts, also heartfelt descriptions of love and loss. The bond that was formed between Helen and Bono was a joy to read about.4/5. Who Is Bono? On March 2, , the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)—an American organization that fights for civil rights and justice—presented a special award to a rock star. His name was Paul Hewson, but everyone called him Bono. He was being honored for the work he had done to raise money for the poor /5(12). Bono has 47 books on Goodreads with ratings. Bono’s most popular book is Measure What Matters.
An excellent biography of Bono from U2. The book is illustrated with simple black & white line drawings depicting scenes from Bono's life thus far. The books focus is mostly on Bono's work on humanitarian efforts around the world and his belief in /5. Sonny Bono published And The Beat Goes On in without the help of a ghostwriter. This is the story of many ups and downs. Sonny was the offspring of a lower middle class Italian American family growing up in California/5(28). Chaz Bono is an LGBTQ rights advocate, acclaimed author, and the only child of famed entertainers Sonny and Cher. He has written three books, including Transition, his groundbreaking account of a forty-year struggle to match his gender identity with his physical body and his transformation from female to male. Bono lives with his partner in Los Angeles/5(98). This book is layed out in question/answer format making it very easy to leave off and pick up. It is a very addictive read with interesting and inspiring dialogue. There is an openness that the writer pulls out of Bono that reveals his faith, history and philosophy. From it, you discover that Bono is very human and surprisingly down to by: 8.
Bono is a trans man. In , while then identifying as a woman, and several years after being outed as lesbian by the tabloid press, he publicly self-identified as a lesbian in a cover story in a leading American gay monthly magazine, The Advocate, eventually going on to discuss the process of coming out to oneself and to others in two tion: Writer, musician, actor. In this book of conversations between Assayas and the frontman of U2, Bono dives deep into subjects such as the death of his mother, the difficulties of being in a major rock band, and his philanthropic efforts. Collected over various meetings in and , these conversations paint an intimate portrait of Bono.4/5. Bono Goes To School is one of those books that has just always been around. It's a great book to start the year off in kindergarten/TK because of its simplicity and repetition. The illustrations are also clear of distractions and our English Language Learners also find it easy to follow. The book covers on this page for titles up to were designed by Kevin Finn in response to a brief to develop a unified visual language encapsulating Dr. de Bono's work. This was inspired by the arrow graphic on the first book, The Use Of Lateral Thinking (), and because Dr. de Bono uses arrow diagrams in his books and presentations to.