Richard and Junea Lowe said: "Jordan is a healthy and active boy with all the spirit of life and always rises to the challenge
of something new.
Narrator James rises to the challenge
, making this an auditory delight.
But Margo Jefferson, the Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times critic, rises to the challenge
in her new book, ON MICHAEL JACKSON (Pantheon, $20).
But he rises to the challenge
and tries to do an even more spectacular job," says Ira Hall, vice president of alliance management at Texaco and vice president-elect of the Executive Leadership Council, a network of senior-level black corporate executives of which Chenault is a member.
Yet another example of a triple threat, Gabrielle rises to the challenge
of singing and acting as well as dancing in the fifteen-minute dream ballet, convincingly performed by the actors instead of by dancers substituting for them.
Lurie, who was nominated for a Grammy for his Get Shorty sound track, rises to the challenge
of accompanying visuals in a way that produces extraordinarily original music as dramatically variable as life itself.
Alisa Klaus rises to the challenge
in this timely, well-written study whose subtext is the need for better family policies in Western democracies today.
Van Mander has been the subject of some excellent work -- most notably by Hessel Miedema -- and Walter Melion's serious and sensitive study rises to the challenge
of that standard.
She rises to the challenge
, proving to her great-grandfather that she is indeed worthy of being heir to the title of chief.