Lover's Game Reed, J.C.
Paradise under the knife : a wild adventure in tropical medicine and international intrigue Daly, M Allan
Eye on paradise : a Whidbey Island love story Lawler, Rick
You : The Owner|s Manual for Looking Good & Feeling Great Roizen, Michael F., M.D./ Oz, Mehmet, M.D.
Watch your back! : how the back pain industry is costing us more and giving us less--and what you can do to inform and empower yourself in seeking treatment Deyo, Richard A, author.
Yoga for cancer : a guide to managing side effects, boosting immunity, and improving recovery for cancer survivors Prinster, Tari, 1944- author.
"Using yoga to manage the challenges of cancer and its treatment" --
The ultimate guide to puppy care and training : house-training, life skills, and basic care from puppyhood to adolescence Libby, Tracy, 1958-
Taste of Home Slow Cooker Throughout the Year : 475+ Family Favorite Recipes Simmering for Every Season Taste of Home (COR)
The ultimate guide to dog training Anderson, Teoti.
Superlife : The Five Forces That Will Make You Healthy, Fit, and Eternally Awesome Olien, Darin
The story of Fester cat Magrs, Paul, 1969-
"I always knew that the rest of my story is gonna be a good one. I don't know how I knew that, but I always did. Ungow! I am Fester the cat. Welcome to my book, everyone! From when he first ambled into Paul Magrs's yard-skinny, covered in flea bites, and missing all but one and a half teeth-Fester knew he'd found his family. Paul and his partner, Jeremy, thought it was the ragged black-and-white stray, tired from a rough life on the streets, who was in desperate need of support. But clever Fester knew better. He understood that it was his newfound owners who needed the help. Over the course of seven years, the feisty feline turned the quaint Manchester house into a loving home. Through his fierce spirit, strong will, and calming energy, Fester taught Paul and Jeremy how to listen and breathe, how to appreciate the joys of simply sitting and singing (what Fester's purrs sounded like to his silly humans), and how to find joy and contentment in life, even when dealing with hardship. This is the true story of an extraordinary little cat whose gentle charm and trusting soul turned two young men into a family. "--
Small-space vegetable gardens : growing great edibles in containers, raised beds, and small plots Bellamy, Andrea.
Northwest gardener's handbook : your complete guide : select, plan, plant, maintain, problem-solve : Oregon, Washington, northern California, British Columbia Mulvihill, Susan.
The Piper Protocol : The Insider's Secret to Weight Loss and Internal Fitness Piper, Tracy/ Adamson, Eve
The nonstop color garden : design flowering landscapes and gardens for year-round enjoyment Neal, Nellie.
It ain't sauce, it's gravy : macaroni, homestyle cheesesteaks, the best meatballs in the world, and how food saved my life Martorano, Steve.
James Herriot's Favorite Dog Stories Herriot, James/ Holmes, Lesley (ILT)
High-Intensity Interval Training for Women : Burn More Fat in Less Time With Hiit Workouts You Can Do Anywhere Bartram, Sean
Idiot's Guides Vegetable Gardening Not Available (NA)
He wanted the moon : the madness and medical genius of Dr. Perry Baird, and his daughter's quest to know him Baird, Mimi.
Fitness : steps to success Naternicola, Nancy L., 1952-
Gut Gastronomy Vicki Edgson/ Palmer, Adam
Fat witch bake sale : 67 recipes from the beloved Fat Witch Bakery for your next bake sale or party Helding, Patricia, author.
"Fat Witch brownies are a chocolate obsession, not just for the locals from New York City, but also for the many tourists who visit Chelsea Market. Patricia Helding and staff bake tender, moist, classic, and decadent morsels that people are willing to wait in line to buy. And following on the heels of Helding's very successful Fat Witch Brownies, which revealed the author's secret recipe (at long last), comes her new personal collection of yummy brownies, blondies, barks, bars, and more. along with tips and tricks for packaging and selling them at your next bake sale. Here are mouthwatering recipes for Pecan Caramel Brownies, Red Velvet Brownies, Five Layer Chocolate Bars, Jelly Blondies, Cinnamon Bars, Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars, Coconut Macadamia Cookies, uniquely grownup flavors like Fruitcake Brownies and Rum Raisin Spice Bars, and even gluten-free treats like Meringue Drops and Almond Flour White Chocolate Cookies. Packed with astonishingly good, easy-to-bake recipes that will leave your family and friendsagog, Fat Witch Bake Sale will be the go-to recipe source for bake sale season--or anytime"--
The Complete Book of Shelby Automobiles : Cobras, Mustangs, and Super Snakes Comer, Colin
The farm to market handbook : how to create a profitable business from your small farm Hurst, Janet.
Chuck's day off Hughes, Chuck, author.
Bountiful bonsai : create a beautiful indoor container garden with edible fruits, herbs and flowers Bender, Richard W.
Washington River Maps & Fishing Guide 2014 Not Available (NA)
Susan Point : Works on Paper Croes, Dale/ Point, Susan (ART)/ Wyatt, Gary (INT)
Ultimate Guide Fences & Gates Creative Homeowner (COR)
I only read it for the cartoons : The New Yorker's most brilliantly twisted artists Gehr, Richard, 1954- author.
The Genesis Flood : The Biblical Record and It's Scientific Implications Whitcomb, John C./ Morris, Henry M.
Eerie dearies : 26 ways to miss school Chaperon, Rebecca, 1978- author, artist.
Frommer's EasyGuide to Seattle, Portland & the Oregon Coast Olson, Donald
Damron men's travel guide 2014 Gatta, Gina M. (EDT)
Wetter, Louder, Stickier Kirkman, Rick/ Scott, Jerry
Superman : The Golden Age Sundays 1946-1949 Boring, Wayne (COR)
Wesley for armchair theologians Abraham, William J. (William James), 1947-
A student's vocabulary for biblical Hebrew and Aramaic Mitchel, Larry A.
Rick Steves' 2015 London Steves, Rick/ Openshaw, Gene
Running & being : the total experience Sheehan, George.
Religions and Extraterrestrial Life : How Will We Deal With It? Weintraub, David A.
Revival : faith as Wesley lived it Hamilton, Adam, 1964-
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game : Bestiary Bulmahn, Jason
Lunch poems O'Hara, Frank, 1926-1966.
The morning after : the 1995 Quebec referendum and the day that almost was Hébert, Chantal, 1954- author.
A Little Bit Vulnerable : On Hollywood, God, Sobriety, & Politics Turner, Janine
An Introduction to Biblical Aramaic Schuele, Andreas.
Halftime : moving from success to significance Buford, Bob.
Growing up in San Francisco's western neighborhoods : boomer memories from Kezar Stadium to Zim's Hamburgers Dunnigan, Frank.
Do the Birds Still Sing in Hell? : He Escaped over 200 Time from a Notorious German Prison Camp to See the Girl He Loved. This Is the Incredible Story of Horace Greasley Greasley, Horace
Graceful exits : how great beings die : death stories of Hindu, Tibetan Buddhist, and Zen masters Blackman, Sushila (EDT)
Creative Lettering and Beyond Kirkendall, Gabri Joy/ Lavender, Laura/ Manwaring, Julie/ Panczyszyn, Shauna Lynn
Braided Creek : a conversation in poetry Harrison, Jim, 1937-
The Complete Piano Player : Omnibus Edition Baker, Kenneth
Attack on Titan Guidebook Isayama, Hajime
Batman: the Silver Age Newspaper Comics 2 : 1968-1969 Giella, Joe/ Plastino, Al/ Ellsworth, Whitney
An American requiem : God, my father, and the war that came between us Carroll, James, 1943-
Age of TV heroes Hofius, Jason.
All the Way : My Life on Ice Tootoo, Jordin/ Brunt, Stephen
The [un]documented Mark Steyn : don't say you weren't warned Steyn, Mark.
"He's brash, brilliant, and drawn to controversy like a moth to a flame. Mark Steyn is America's most brutally honest columnist, ready to sound off on every hot issue in the news-and always ready to ruffle feathers. Prepare to be shocked and entertained by this curated compendium of Steyn's most provocative, hilarious, and thought-provoking columns"--
Three Felonies a Day : How the Feds Target the Innocent Silverglate, Harvey A.
Thug Kitchen : eat like you give a f*ck. Thug Kitchen Llc (COR)
"Thug Kitchen started their wildly popular web site to inspire people to eat some Goddamn vegetables and adopt a healthier lifestyle. Beloved by Gwyneth Paltrow ("This might be my favorite thing ever") and named Saveur's Best New Food blog of 2013--with half a million Facebook fans and counting--Thug Kitchen wants to show everyone how to take charge of their plates and cook up some real f*cking food.Yeah, plenty of blogs and cookbooks preach about how to eat more kale, why ginger fights inflammation, andhow to cook with microgreens and nettles. But they are dull or pretentious as hell--and most people can't afford the hype.Thug Kitchen lives in the real world. In their first cookbook, they're throwing down more than 100 recipes for their best-loved meals, snacks, and sides for beginning cooks to home chefs. (Roasted Beer and Lime Cauliflower Tacos? Pumpkin Chili? Grilled Peach Salsa? Believe that sh*t.) Plus they're going to arm you with all the info and techniques you need to shop on a budget and go andkick a bunch of ass on your own.This book is an invitation to everyone who wants to do better to elevate their kitchen game. No more ketchup and pizza counting as vegetables. No more drive-thru lines. No more avoiding the produce corner of the supermarket. Sh*t is about to get real. "--
Seeing Red : An Anger Management and Anti-Bullying Curriculum for Kids Simmonds, Jennifer
Teach Yourself Visually OS X Yosemite McFedries, Paul
The Schwarzbein principle cookbook Schwarzbein, Diana, 1960-
Quench : handcrafted beverages to satisfy every taste & occasion English, Ashley, 1976-
Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands : Roof Catchment and Cistern Systems Lancaster, Brad
Playing big : find your voice, your mission, your message Mohr, Tara, 1968-
Money : master the game : 7 simple steps to financial freedom Robbins, Anthony, author.
The New York dog McKenna, Rachael, author.
Meow : I Love Cats McKenna, Rachael Hale (PHT)/ Ledner, Catherine (PHT)/ Vasan, Gandee (PHT)
John Marshall : the chief justice who saved the nation Unger, Harlow G., 1931- author.
"A soul-stirring biography of John Marshall, the young Republic's great chief justice who led the Supreme Court to power and brought law and order to the nation. In the political turmoil that convulsed America after George Washington's death, the surviving Founding Fathers went mad-literally pummeling each other in Congress and challenging one another to deadly duels in their quest for power. Out of the political intrigue, one man emerged to restore calm and dignity to the government: John Marshall. Thelongest-serving chief justice in American history, Marshall transformed the Supreme Court from an irrelevant appeals court into the powerful and controversial branch of government that Americans today either revere or despise. Drawing on rare documents,Harlow Giles Unger shows how, with nine key decisions, Marshall rewrote the Constitution, reshaped government, and prevented Thomas Jefferson from turning tyrant. John Adams called his appointment of Marshall to chief justice his greatest gift to the nation and "the pride of my life." "--
The locust effect : why the end of poverty requires the end of violence Haugen, Gary A.
In the kitchen with Kris : a kollection of Kardashian-Jenner family favorites Jenner, Kris, 1955-
The Hoosier Mama book of pie : deluxe recipes Haney, Paula.
"A guide to making pie from the founder of Chicago's nationally celebrated Hoosier Mama Pie Company. Includes recipes, tips, pie history, and illustrations"--
Heritage Brock, Sean.
BMW F8000 (inc F650) twins service & repair manual : 2006 to 2010 Mather, Phil.
Green River, Running Red : The Real Story of the Green River Killer--America's Deadliest Serial Murderer Rule, Ann
Glass jaw : a manifesto for defending fragile reputations in an age of instant scandal Dezenhall, Eric.
"In boxing terms, a tough-looking fighter who can't take a punch is said to have a "glass jaw," and so it is these days with targets of controversy. Down the rabbit hole of scandal, the weak are strong, the strong are weak. GLASS JAW is a manifesto for these times, written by crisis management warhorse Eric Dezenhall who has spent three decades inside of some of the most intense controversies in recent memory. In the digital age of 24/7 news, information is easily acquired and quickly spread, and this has changed the fundamental nature of controversy, rendering once mighty organizations and individuals powerless against scandal. Think Toyota, Susan G. Komen, Paula Deen, Tiger Woods, Penn State and Joe Paterno, BP, the Duke Lacrosse players, Lance Armstrong, Manti Te'o, and Anthony Weiner. Here Dezenhall defines this new reality where information moves at the speed of light and reputations are tarnished ever faster. In GLASS JAW, he analyzes controversy and scandal from the perspective of the truth-telling crisis management veteran to demystify the paper tiger "spin" industry, offering lessons learned, crucial corrective measures, and counterintuitive insights, such as: How there really is no getting ahead of a bad story The art of the public apologyWhy a crisis is not an opportunity and Hemingway's The Old man and the Sea is the I Ching of crisis management (because the old man survived and nothing more) The problem with "getting it all out there" and The Nixon Fallacy: if only he had just said "I screwed up," the whole thing would have gone away-not a chance Why you are the enemy: the self sabotage of technology, cameras, tweets, and emails "--
Elements of Wit : Mastering the Art of Being Interesting Errett, Benjamin/ Lazarovic, Sarah (ILT)
Finding meaning in the second half of life Hollis, James, 1940-
Ebola : the natural and human history of a deadly virus Quammen, David, 1948- author.
Dark Winter : How the Sun Is Causing a 30-Year Cold Spell Casey, John L.
Dear Luke, we need to talk. Darth : and other pop culture correspondences Moe, John.
"Inspired by the author's wildly popular, long-running McSweeney's column, Pop Culture Correspondences is a hilarious deconstruction of the most iconic pop culture moments of our lifetimes"--
The complete Cook's country TV show cookbook : every recipe, every ingredient testing, every equipment rating from all 7 seasons America's Test Kitchen Editors (COR)/ Keller & Keller (PHT)
The Brewmaster's Table : Discovering The Pleasures Of Real Beer With Real Food Oliver, Garrett
The colder war : how the global energy trade slipped from America's grasp Katusa, Marin.
Beyond book sales : the complete guide to raising real money for your library Dowd, Susan (EDT)/ Boyd, Liz (CON)/ Dowd, Susan (CON)/ Hall, Sue (CON)/ McKinnon, Ann (CON)
Awakening intuition : using your mind-body network for insight and healing Schulz, Mona Lisa.
Bar Tartine : techniques & recipes Balla, Nick.
At home in the whole food kitchen : celebrating the art of eating well Chaplin, Amy.
Star Trek: Gold Key Archives 2 Wood, Dick/ Wein, Len/ Giolitti, Alberto (ILT)
Wolverine. Killable Volume two, Killable Cornell, Paul, author.
East of West. Volume three Hickman, Jonathan, author.
Batman : odyssey Adams, Neal, 1941-
Learn to Program With Minecraft Plugins : Create Flaming Cows in Java Using Canarymod Hunt, Andy
Deadly Secrets Phelps, M. William
The big book of easy baking with refrigerated dough. Wells, Grace (EDT)
Thea Stilton. [Graphic novel #4], Catching the giant wave Artibani, Francesco.
"The Thea Sisters are five fun, lively students at Mouseford Academy on Whale Island, who want to be real, live journalists, just like their hero, Thea Stilton. Between classes, friendships, crushes, and some bizarre mysteries to solve, they find life to be a never-ending adventure! Everyone is talking about Windy Island's new surf center, even Nicky's hero, Australian surf champion Gary Moon! The artificial reef is supposed to create perfect waves. But the Thea Sisters have discovered a dangerous secret: even a surf champion can't face these giant waves! it's up to them to break the story before another reef is built off the shore of their beloved Donkey Beach"--From publisher's web site.
Zillow talk : the new rules of real estate Humphries, Stan.
"What's the best way to spot the next best neighborhood? Is spring or the dead of winter the best time to put your home on the market? Do street names affect price (Swamp Road vs. Gingerbread Lane)? These are the type of real estate truisms that we all think we know the answers to, but we don't. The rules of real estate have changed dramatically in the past five years, and the old rules no longer apply. Enter Zillow, the nation's #1 real estate web site with more than 37 million users each month. Thanksto a treasure trove of proprietary data and a quirky chief economist in Stan Humphries, Zillow is able to spot the trends and truths of today's housing market. The book will explain the science behind the trends in a lively, dinner-party worthy style, soreaders will come away enlightened, entertained and clutching real news-they-can use"--
The World We Create : A Message of Hope for a Planet in Peril Beinecke, Frances/ Deans, Bob (CON)/ Weaver, Sigourney (FRW)
Where to retire : America's best & most affordable places Howells, John, 1928-
"Where to Retire offers the best advice not only on where to relocate in the retirement years, but why people should pick up and move just as life is settling down. Retirement guru John Howells provides well-researched and completely revised and updated information on how to find the ideal home base for the retirement years. To help the decision-making process, the author offers a list of items to consider when selecting the ideal community: safety, climate, housing availability, cultural and recreation opportunities in the area, social compatibility, affordability, medical care, distance from relatives and friends, transportation, and jobs and/or volunteer opportunities. Howells gives readers clear snapshots of life in hundreds of the most affordable, comfortable, and stimulating places to retire in the United States, including locations in Florida, California, the Pacific Northwest, the Gulf Coast, the Ozarks, the Appalachians, the Southwest, and the Rockies. This guide tells not how to retire, but where readers can retire happily"--
Winning Marriage : The Inside Story of How Same-Sex Couples Took on the Politicians and Pundits - and Won Solomon, Marc/ Patrick, Deval (FRW)
Where a man stands : two different worlds, an impossible situation, and the unexpected friendship that changed everything Paysinger, Carter.
Steering Clear : How to Avoid a Debt Crisis and Secure Our Economic Future Peterson, Peter G.
To explain the world : the discovery of modern science Weinberg, Steven, 1933- author.
Social media strategies for investing : how Twitter and crowdsourcing tools can make you a smarter investor Egger, Brian D.
Sapiens : A Brief History of Humankind Harari, Yuval Noah
A Rough Ride to the Future Lovelock, James
Russian tattoo : a memoir Gorokhova, Elena.
"An exquisite portrait of mothers and daughters that reaches from Cold War Russia to modern-day New Jersey, from the author of A Mountain of Crumbs--the memoir that 'leaves you wanting more' (The Daily Telegraph, UK). In A Mountain of Crumbs Elena Gorokhova describes coming of age behind the Iron Curtain and leaving her mother and her Motherland for a new life in the United States. Now, in Russian Tattoo, Elena learns that the journey of an immigrant is filled with everyday mistakes, small humiliations,and a loss of dignity. Cultural disorientation comes in the form of not knowing how to eat a hamburger, buy a pair of shoes, or catch a bus. But through perseverance and resilience, Elena gradually adapts to her new country. With the simultaneous birth ofher daughter and the arrival of her Soviet mother, who comes to the US to help care for her granddaughter and stays for twenty-four years, it becomes the story of a unique balancing act and a family struggle. Russian Tattoo is a poignant memoir of threegenerations of strong women with very different cultural values, all living under the same roof and battling for control. Themes of separation and loss, grief and struggle, and power and powerlessness run throughout this story of growing understanding and, finally, redemption. 'Gorokhova writes about her life with a novelist's gift,' says The New York Times, and her latest offering is filled with empathy, insight, and humor"--
A random walk down Wall Street : the time-tested strategy for successful investing Malkiel, Burton Gordon.
The Powerhouse : Inside the Invention of a Battery to Save the World LeVine, Steve
Overruled : the long war for control of the U.S. Supreme Court Root, Damon, author.
"Can the federal government make you eat your fruits and vegetables? Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan seemed to think so when asked if she thought Congress possessed the constitutional power to force every American to "eat three fruits and three vegetables every day." Kagan laughed and said that while it sounded like "a dumb law," that did not make it an unconstitutional one. In other words, if you don't like what your lawmakers have done, take your complaint to the ballot box, not to the courthouse. Itwas a classic case of judicial restraint, the idea that judges should defer to the will of the majority and refrain from striking down most democratically-enacted laws, even the really dumb ones. Judicial restraint and judicial activism cut across the political spectrum in surprising ways and make for some unusual bedfellows. Judicial restraint is not only a touchstone of the Progressive left, it is also a philosophy adopted by many members of the modern right. The growing camp of libertarians and free-market conservatives, however, has no patience with judicial restraint and little use for majority rule. Chief Justice Roberts' 2012 ruling in favor of Obama's health care law is an excellent case in point, though only the most recent. This is the story oftwo competing visions, each one with its own take on what role the government and the courts should play in our society, a fundamental debate that goes to the very heart of our constitutional system"--
On Your Case : A Comprehensive, Compassionate (And Only Slightly Bossy) Legal Guide for Every Stage of a Woman's Life Green, Lisa
One Nation Under Taught : Solving America's Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Crisis Bertram, Vince M./ Forbes, Steve (FRW)
Ocean Worlds : The Story of Seas on Earth and Other Planets Zalasiewicz, Jan/ Williams, Mark
The Meaty Truth : Why Our Food is Destroying Our Health and Environment-- and Who Is Responsible Castle, Shushana/ Goodman, Amy-lee/ Barnard, Neal, Dr. (FRW)
Liar's poker : rising through the wreckage on Wall Street Lewis, Michael (Michael M.) author.
Life's blueprint : the science and art of embryo creation Shilo, Benny, 1951- author.
Judy : The Unforgettable Story of the Dog Who Went to War and Became a True Hero Lewis, Damien
It Takes a Family : A Cooperative Approach to Lasting Sobriety Jay, Debra/ DuPont, Robert L., M.D. (FRW)
The Joy of Missing Out : Finding Balance in a Wired World Crook, Christina
In wolf country : the power and politics of reintroduction Yuskavitch, James.
Healthcare made easy Katz, Michelle.
How to Make Any Divorce Better : Specific Steps to Make Things Smoother, Faster, Less Painful and Save You a Lot of Money Sherman, Ed
The great Beanie Baby bubble : mass delusion and the dark side of cute Bissonnette, Zac.
" A bestselling journalist delivers the never-before-told story of the plush animal craze that became the tulip mania of the 1990s . In the annals of consumer crazes, nothing compares to Beanie Babies. In just three years, collectors who saw the toys as ameans of speculation made creator Ty Warner, an eccentric college dropout, a billionaire-without advertising or big-box distribution. Beanie Babies were ten percent of eBay's sales in its early days, with an average selling price of $30-six times the retail price. At the peak of the bubble in 1999, Warner reported a personal income of $662 million-more than Hasbro and Mattel combined. The end of the craze was swift and devastating, with "rare" Beanie Babies deemed worthless as quickly as they'd once been deemed priceless. Bissonnette draws on hundreds of interviews (including a visit to a man who lives with his 40,000 Ty products and an in-prison interview with a guy who killed a coworker over a Beanie Baby debt) for the first book on the strangest speculative mania of all time. "--
Great American Railroad Stories : 75 Years of Trains Magazine Rehberg, Randy (EDT)/ Wilson, Jeff (EDT)
Galaxy : Mapping the Cosmos Geach, James
Gods and Kings : The Rise and Fall of Alexander Mcqueen and John Galliano Thomas, Dana
Five-minute relationship repair : quickly heal upsets, deepen intimacy, and use differences to strengthen love Campbell, Susan M., 1941-
"Advice for handling emotional 'triggers,' building communication skills, fostering empathy, and changing reactive habits, including sample scripts. Addresses vulnerability, security, sexuality, self-inquiry, and healing. Authors are long-time relationship therapists"--
The everything investing in your 20s & 30s book : learn how to manage your money and start investing for your future--now! Duarte, Joe.
Dead companies walking : how investing in failure can yield unexpected profits Fearon, Scott.
Deep Space : Beyond the Solar System to the End of the Universe and the Beginning of Time Schilling, Govert (COR)
Crazy Time : Surviving Divorce and Building a New Life Trafford, Abigail
Confronting Political Islam : Six Lessons from the West's Past Owen, John M., IV
The Chimp and the River : How AIDS Emerged from an African Forest Quammen, David
The Caregiver's Toolbox : Checklists, Forms, Resources, and Straight Talk to Help You Provide Compassionate Care Hartley, Carolyn P./ Wong, Peter/ Jeff Herman Agency
Birds of Prey Telander, Todd
The Belly Fat Cure : Discover the New Carb Swap System and Lose 4 to 9 Lbs. Every Week Cruise, Jorge
The Belly Fat Cure : Fast Track; Discover the Ultimate Carb Swap and Drop Up to 14 Lbs. the First 14 Days Cruise, Jorge
1,001 Physics Practice Problems for Dummies Consumer Dummies (COR)
Until the Day Arrives Machado, Ana Maria/ Springer, Jane (TRN)
Trouble according to Humphrey Birney, Betty G.
Humphrey, the pet hamster of Longfellow School's Room 26, relates the ups and downs experienced by his human classmates as they begin a project to create a model town complete with houses and community services.
Theodore Boone, kid lawyer Grisham, John.
hirteen-year-old Theodore Boone has always dreamed of being a great trial lawyer someday, but a sensational murder trial forces him into the arena sooner than expected, and he is determined to see that justice prevails.
The swallow : a ghost story Cotter, Charis, author.
Seeking solace in the attics of their adjoining houses in 1960s Toronto, Polly and Rose develop an unlikely friendship based on Rose's ability to see and talk to ghosts.
Sunshine shimmers Bentley, Sue, 1951- author.
Della is afraid that her summer vacation is going to be totally dull and boring, but when magic puppy Storm appears as a fluffy Yorkshire terrier puppy, Della's summer suddenly looks a whole lot brighter.
A splash of forever Bentley, Sue, 1951- author.
Flame, a magic kitten, helps Alice conquer her fear of swimming to excel in her swimming class.
Sparkling skates Bentley, Sue, 1951- author.
Although her parents deny her request to take figure skating lessons at the local rink, Lauren is able to practice her skating in private when she meets a magic puppy who creates a special ice rink in her bedroom.
A shimmering splash Bentley, Sue, 1951- author.
Lorna feels very lonely while visiting her cousins for the summer, but when magical kitten Flame shows up her vacation changes for the better.
Seaside mystery Bentley, Sue, 1951-
After moving with her parents to a seaside home, Maisie feels lonely until she rescues a magical kitten and the two become instant friends.
Model undercover : Paris : a crime of fashion Axelsson, Carina.
"When top fashion designer Belle La Lune goes missing, and Aunt Venetia becomes a prime suspect, teen-sleuth Axelle Andersen must go undercover as a model during Paris Fashion Week to uncover the truth behind Belle's disappearance and clear her aunt's name"--
The last changeling Yolen, Jane.
"When Prince Aspen and Snail, the midwife's apprentice, realize that they have started the war they meant to prevent, they take on new identities and go on a quest to make things right"--
Humphrey's playful puppy problem Birney, Betty G.
Humphrey, the pet hamster of Classroom 26, is helping Richie with a science project, but Richie's feisty puppy gets in the way.
Itazura Na Kiss Volume 11 (Manga) Tada, Kaoru
Skip Beat! (3-In-1 Edition), Vol. 9: Includes Vols. 25, 26 & 27 Nakamura, Yoshiki
Revenge of Superstition Mountain Broach, Elise.
The Barker brothers and their friend Delilah secretly climb up to Superstition Mountain one last time, hoping to solve the remaining mysteries, including whether the librarian is really the ghost of Julia Thomas, what was their uncle Hank's role in discovering the gold mine, and especially, who is trying to kill them.
Revenge of the bully : a how to beat the bully novel Starkey, Scott.
Rodney Rathbone tries to live up to his reputation as a reluctant hero when he earns a spot on his school football team--along with his arch-nemesis--while trying to regain his girlfriend Jessica's trust and survive his mother's new job as the restaurantreviewer for a local paper.
A puzzle of paws Bentley, Sue, 1951- author.
Flame, a magic kitten, helps Rosie feel better about moving to a new home.
The pursuit of the ivory poachers : Kenya Hunt, Elizabeth Singer.
Nine-year-old secret agent Jack is called to Kenya to help Chief Abasi find out who is killing elephants for their ivory tusks and to stop the poachers before any more of the endangered animals are harmed.
Pinocchio McMullan, Kate.
A lonely woodcutter creates a puppet that comes to life, but Pinocchio is more of a prankster than a pleasure until he learns that being a real boy is much more complicated than simply having fun.
Picture perfect Bentley, Sue, 1951- author.
Orla enters a photography contest to prove she is as good at something as her sister but she has trouble even remembering to take the lens cap off her camera, until Flame comes along and helps her work toward her dream of winning.
Nothing left to ooze Kloepfer, John.
"After the country rezombifies, Zack and the Zombie Chasers head out in search of a new antidote"--
The mummy's curse Warner, Penny.
"A trip to a museum to learn about Ancient Egypt turns into a new case for the Code Busters when they discover that someone may be stealing artifacts and replacing them with cunning forgeries"--
Soul Eater, Vol. 24 Ohkubo, Atsushi
Umineko When They Cry Episode 4: Alliance of the Golden Witch, Vol. 3 Ryukishi07
One Piece, Vol. 73 Oda, Eiichiro
Fairy Tail 46 Mashima, Hiro
Missions of Love 10 Toyama, Ema
A Certain Scientific Railgun Vol. 10 Kamachi, Kazuma
Black Butler, Vol. 19 Toboso, Yana
Case Closed, Vol. 53 Aoyama, Gosho
Alice in the Country of Clover: The Lizard Aide Quinrose
07-Ghost, Vol. 14 Ichihara, Yukino
Horse raid : the making of a warrior Goble, Paul, author, illustrator.
Two young Sioux join in a raiding party to capture horses from some neighboring Crows.
A glittering gallop Bentley, Sue, 1951-
"Zoe is not happy that her mom has sent her away to spend the summer at her grandma's house. She wanted to spend it horseback-riding at home. But when magic calico-colored kitten Flame appears in the orchard behind the house, Zoe's summer begins to gallopby"--
Firelight friends Bentley, Sue, 1951- author.
Flame, a magical kitten, helps cheer up Kara when she is being bullied at camp.
Fairy tale Christmas McLean, Michael, 1952- author.
When the Fairy Tale Villains kidnap Santa Claus, the Fairy Tale Heroes must decide if they will sacrifice their happiness so that Santa can bring Christmas to all the children of the world.
A Christmas surprise Bentley, Sue, 1951-
With the help of a magic kitten, Molly celebrates the perfect Christmas.
Charlie Bumpers vs. The Squeaking Skull Harley, Bill, 1954-
As Halloween nears, Charlie and Tommy hope to get out of taking their little sisters trick-or-treating and go by themselves to Alex's upscale neighborhood instead, then attend a sleepover at Alex's house, but when Charlie learns that partygoers will be watching a very scary horror movie he panics.
Charlie Bumpers vs. the really Nice Gnome Harley, Bill, 1954-
Charlie has looked forward to being in the fourth-grade play, but is not at all happy when Mrs. Burke assigns him the role of the Nice Gnome.
The black stars Krokos, Dan.
When Mason Stark's classmates start to disappear mysteriously and he discovers an ancient, powerful enemy, he calls on his friends--both human and Tremist--to fight as he once again must act as an intergalactic hero.
Babymouse : rock star Holm, Jennifer L.
Move over Mozart! Babymouse has music in her soul...but sadly, not in her flute. Will Babymouse ever hit the right note? Will she be the star of the school concert, or is her musical career all washed up before it's even started?
Babymouse : cupcake tycoon Holm, Jennifer L.
When her school library holds a fundraiser, the imaginative Babymouse is determined to sell the most cupcakes and win the grand prize.
Babymouse : dragonslayer Holm, Jennifer L.
An imaginative mouse who likes to read heroic fantasy novels finds herself on the school math team as it prepares to compete for the coveted Golden Slide Rule.
Audrey (cow) : an oral account of a most daring escape, based more or less on a true story Bar-el, Dan, author.
Longing for a life filled with poetry and the green pastures beyond the farm where she is destined for the slaughterhouse, Audrey the cow enlists the help of human and animal friends to stage a daring escape.
Andi under pressure : an Andi Boggs novel Flower, Amanda.
While attending a prestigious Science Camp, twelve-year-old Andi and her new best friend, Colin Carter, investigate a series of practical jokes being blamed on the mysterious janitor, Polk, which result in a lab explosion that injures a professor.
Theodore Boone : the abduction Grisham, John.
When his best friend disappears from her bedroom in the middle of the night, thirteen-year-old Theo uses his legal knowledge and investigative skills to chase down the truth and save April.
Relationships : a mess worth making Lane, Timothy S., 1966 October 12-
While identifying the deeper issues that keep relationships less than they are designed to be, Tim Lane and Paul Tripp show readers how to experience the other side of relationships as well. They testify of the power of God's presence to bring believers to the place where: conflicts actually get resolved, tough conversations turn out positive, forgiveness is granted and real love is expressed and shared, casual relationships mature into deep friendships, weaknesses are overlooked and strengths are applauded, people are honest without being mean. --from publisher description
The Great Brain at the academy Fitzgerald, John Dennis.
The Great Brain faces the challenge of life at a strict Catholic boarding school with daring exploits and money-making schemes.
Theseus and the Minotaur Davis, Graeme/ Peą, Jose (ILT)
This Blue McLane, Maureen N.
Second Childhood Howe, Fanny
Phantom Terror : Political Paranoia and the Creation of the Modern State, 1789-1848 Zamoyski, Adam
Latin verb tenses Prior, Richard E, author.
Maeve's times : in her own words Binchy, Maeve.
Inside Tracks : Robyn Davidson's Solo Journey Across the Outback Davidson, Robyn/ Smolan, Rick (PHT)
Faithful and virtuous night Glück, Louise, 1943-
The Hobbit : The Battle of the Five Armies Fisher, Jude
Dk Eyewitness Travel Europe Dorling Kindersley, Inc. (COR)
Citizen : an American lyric Rankine, Claudia, 1963- author.
The basic Oxford picture dictionary Gramer, Margot.
Good Health, Good Life 12 Keys to Enjoying Physical and Spiritual Wellness.
Woman With a Gun.
Thirteen Soldiers A Personal History of Americans at War.
A Spool of Blue Thread. Tyler, Anne
Prodigal Son. Steel, Danielle
Motive An Alex Delaware Novel. Kellerman, Jonathan
You and Me Forever : Marriage in Light of Eternity Chan, Francis/ Chan, Lisa
Who knows tomorrow : a memoir of finding family among the lost children of Africa Lovatt-Smith, Lisa, author.
Set your heart free Kirvan, John J.
Snowy tower : Parzival and the wet, black branch of language Shaw, Martin, 1971-
Into daylight Harrison, Jeffrey.
How to meditate : a practical guide to making friends with your mind Chödrön, Pema.
Forgotten Heroes of World War II : Personal Accounts of Ordinary Soldiers|Land, Sea, and Air Simmons, Thomas E.
Hiroshima notes Ōe, Kenzaburō, 1935-
Fighting in the Jim Crow Army : Black Men and Women Remember World War II Morehouse, Maggi M.
Every bitter thing is sweet : tasting the goodness of God in all things Hagerty, Sara, 1977-
Enemy at the gates; the battle for Stalingrad Craig, William, 1929-
The Dream Songs Berryman, John/ Hofmann, Michael (INT)
Don Martin : Three Decades of His Greatest Works E. C. Publications (COR)/ Meglin, Nick (FRW)
Crochet Ever After : 18 Crochet Projects Inspired by Classic Fairy Tales Anderson, Brenda K. B.
Building a Timeless House in an Instant Age Hull, Brent
Chasing the Dragon : One Woman's Struggle Against the Darkness of Hong Kong's Drug Dens Pullinger, Jackie/ Quicke, Andrew
Welcome to Moldy Manor Stilton, Geronimo, author.
When his grandfather finds out he is bankrupt, Geronimo is sent off to Moldy Manor where his miserly Uncle Stingysnout teaches him to be better at saving.
Sweetie Klimo, Kate/ Jessell, Tim (ILT)
Sweet secrets Perelman, Helen, author.
After hearing a secret that could help her win a dress design contest, Berry the Fruit Fairy struggles with whether or not to use this information to cheat.
Moon rising Sutherland, Tui, 1978- author.
"When Moonwatcher, a young NightWing with secret powers, begins school at the academy started by the dragonets of destiny after the end of the war, she soon realizes that someone is attacking the students. Moon must choose whether to help or continue to hide her gifts"--
Heidi Heckelbeck Is Not a Thief! Coven, Wanda/ Burris, Priscilla (ILT)
The Magician's Secret Keene, Carolyn
Grace Casanova, Mary.
Nine-year-old Grace likes having a plan but she must find a way to be flexible and open to new ideas when she goes to Paris with her mother and has trouble getting along with her cousin, while at home her friends start the business she proposed without her.
All for Stilton, and Stilton for all! Stilton, Geronimo, author.
Traveling to France during the reign of Louis XIII, Geronimo and his friends enlist in the "mouseketeers" only to discover that the mouse on the throne is an impostor and together they must find the real Louis.
Far from shore Thorpe, Kiki.
"The Never Girls have heard about a boy who lives in Never Land--a legendary boy who brings adventure wherever he goes. A boy named Peter Pan. Kate can't wait to meet him. But Tinker Bell knows that Peter is also good at causing trouble. Will this be an adventure, or a disaster?"--
Captain Awesome and the Easter egg bandit Kirby, Stan.
When their classmates' decorated Easter eggs go missing, Eugene and his friends turn into Captain Awesome and the Sunnyview Superhero Squad and pursue a supervillain.
The burning horizon Hunter, Erin.
"The four bears are determined to reach Great Bear Lake before the longest day gathering, but when Lusa is separated from the others, she faces difficult questions about her future"--
Shang zhan : Dian shang shi dai
Diamond playgirls Poole, Daaimah S./ Miasha/ King, Deja/ Styles, T./ Miller, Karen E. Quinones (EDT)
Slap tubes and other plosive aerophones : the greatest music-making idea that most people have never heard of Hopkin, Bart, 1952-
A year of living virtuously : weekends off Jordan, Teresa.
Visualization for Weight Loss : The Gabriel Method Guide to Using Your Mind to Transform Your Body Gabriel, Jon
Thoughts are things : turning your ideas into realities Proctor, Bob.
" Thoughts are Things is a wonderful, motivational text from two acclaimed public speakers and accomplished authors-Bob Proctor and Greg S. Reid. What mind-set determines whether or not a person will be successful? Do successful people think differentlythan those who never reach their potential? How can we change our thoughts so that the result of every thought-the offspring of thought-sets us up to win rather than lose? Bob Proctor and Greg S. Reid, authorized by the Napoleon Hill Foundation, delve deeply into the science and psychology of thought, and how thinking is vitally important to a meaningful, successful life. In their interviews with neuroscientists, cardiologists, spiritual teachers, and business leaders, the authors showin Thoughts are Things how we can think to live!"--
Venus signs : discover your erotic gifts & secret desires through astrology Shepherd, Jessica, 1973-
Sex Versus Survival : The Life and Ideas of Sabina Spielrein Launer, John
The Nook Book : An Unofficial Guide Kanouse, Patrick
The Self-made Billionaire Effect : How Extreme Producers Create Massive Value Sviokla, John/ Cohen, Mitch
The mindbody code : how to change the beliefs that limit your health, longevity, and success Martinez, Mario E.
The Karma Queen's Guide to Relationships : The Truth About Karma in Relationships Harra, Carmen/ Harra, Alexandra
Guilt, shame, and anxiety : understanding and overcoming negative emotions Breggin, Peter Roger, 1936-
Four ways to click : rewire your brain for stronger, more rewarding relationships Banks, Amy Elizabeth.
The gift of maybe : finding hope and possibility in uncertain times Carmen, Allison.
Crystals : How to Use Crystals and Their Energy to Enhance Your Life Hall, Judy
Chromebook for Dummies Lafay, Mark
Classical feng shui for romance, sex & relationships : design your living space for love, harmony & prosperity Liotta Dennis, Denise, 1954-
Beyond Willpower : The Secret Principle to Achieving Success in Life, Love, and Happiness Loyd, Alexander
Yellowstone and the Great West : Journals, Letters, and Images from the 1871 Hayden Expedition Merrill, Marlene Deahl (EDT)
Heart of a Hero Webb &. Black, Debra &. Regan
The Immortals of Meluha Tripathi, Amish
The Guard Terrin, Peter/ Colmer, David
Warrior mindset : mental toughness skills for a nation's defenders : performance psychology applied to combat Asken, Michael J.
Young Hollywood Frank, Claiborne Swanson/ Seimetz, Amy (INT)/ Kors, Michael (FRW)
Where did our love go? : the rise and fall of the Motown sound George, Nelson.
Selections From Harry Potter Instrumental Solos (Movies 1-5) : Flute, Level 2-3 Alfred Publishing (COR)
The Rocky Horror treasury : a tribute to the ultimate cult classic musical Piro, Sal, author.
No man knows my history : the life of Joseph Smith, the Mormon prophet Brodie, Fawn McKay, 1915-1981.
Live original : how the Duck Commander teen keeps it real and stays true to her values Robertson, Sadie, 1997-
Knockout knits : new tricks for scarves, hats, jewelry, and other accessories Nelkin, Laura.
Inside the Jesuits : how Pope Francis is changing the Church and the world Kaiser, Robert Blair.
The knight who saved England : William Marshal and the French invasion, 1217 Brooks, Richard, 1949-
"In 1217 England was facing her darkest hour, with foreign troops pillaging the country and defeat close at hand. But, at the battle of Lincoln, the seventy-year-old William Marshal led his men to a victory that would secure the future of his nation. Earlof Pembroke, right-hand man to three kings and regent for a fourth, Marshal was one of the most celebrated men in Europe, yet is virtually unknown today, his impact and influence largely forgotten. In this vivid account, the author blends colourful contemporary source material with new insights to uncover the tale of this unheralded icon. He traces the rise of Marshal from penniless younger son to renowned knight, national hero and defender of the Magna Carta. What emerges is a fascinating story of a mannegotiating the brutal realities of medieval warfare and the conflicting demands of chivalric ideals, and who against the odds defeated the joint French and rebel forces in arguably the most important battle in medieval English history--overshadowing even Agincourt"--Back cover.
The infographic history of the world : the definitive visual guide : from the dawn of civilization to the present day D'Efilippo, Valentina, author, illustrator.
Faithfull : an autobiography Faithfull, Marianne.
The complete C.S. Lewis Signature classics Lewis, C. S. (Clive Staples), 1898-1963.
The Celtic golden dawn : an original & complete curriculum of Druidical study Greer, John Michael.
Bulletproof vest : the ballad of an outlaw and his daughter Venegas, Maria, 1973-
Faces of the Tsunami McDaniel, Bill
El conde de Montecristo Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870.
Esta novela clásica cuenta la historia de un hombre inocente injustamente encarcelado, que elabora un brillante plan para vengarse de los que le traicionaron.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal. Volume 6 Yoshida, Shin, author.
Sex Criminals 2 : Two Worlds, One Cop Fraction, Matt/ Zdarsky, Chip (ILT)
Outcast by Kirkman & Azaceta Kirkman, Robert/ Azaceta, Paul (ILT)/ Breitweiser, Elizabeth (CON)
The graphic canon of children's literature : the definitive anthology of kid's lit as graphics and visuals Kick, Russ (EDT)
"The original three-volume anthology The Graphic Canon presented the world's classic literature--from ancient times to the late twentieth century--as eye-popping comics, illustrations, and other visual forms. In this follow-up volume, young people's literature through the ages is given new life by the best comics artists and illustrators. Fairy tales, fables, fantastical adventures, young adult novels, swashbuckling yarns, your favorite stories from childhood and your teenage years. they're all here, in all their original complexity and strangeness, before they were censored or sanitized"--
Doctors Shaw, Dash
Fu-go : the curious history of Japan's balloon bomb attack on America Coen, Ross Allen.
Wide-Open World : How Volunteering Around the Globe Changed One Family's Lives Forever Marshall, John
Vietnam Sullivan, James/ Leboutillier, Kris (PHT)/ Emmons, Ron (EDT)
The undertaker's daughter Mayfield, Katherine, 1958-
"Kate Mayfield's first foray into nonfiction is a vivid Southern memoir that reads like a novel, about growing up in Jubilee, Kentucky as the daughter of a charismatic but troubled small-town undertaker--imagine Mad Men's Sally Draper growing up in the world of The Help"--
They Eat Horses, Don't They? : The Truth About the French Eatwell, Piu Marie
Thomas Jefferson : uncovering his unique philosophy and vision Holowchak, Mark, 1958-
The Remarkable Education of John Quincy Adams Levin, Phyllis
Peru Rachowiecki, Rob/ Jacobs, Vance (PHT)
Poland : the first thousand years Dabrowski, Patrice M., 1960-
Panama Baker, Christopher/ Mingasson, Gilles (PHT)
Obama's time : a history Keller, Morton.
"Barack Obama came into office in the midst of one of the worst financial crises in American history and had to extract the US from two grinding foreign wars. He succeeded in enacting the most progressive legislative agenda since the Great Society years,and has pivoted American foreign policy toward East Asia. In The Obama Presidency, political historian Morton Keller provides the first major historical assessment of the still-unfolding Obama presidency, examining his presidential persona and governing style, his domestic and foreign policies, and his place in the larger context of modern American politics. Obama came into the presidency with a unique set of assets: the first African-American president, with a transformative, messianic view of what he hoped to accomplish as President, and the capacity to excite the hopes of large segments of the electorate. That expectation has been tempered not only by his Republican opposition, but by larger realities: the play of interests and contingency, and the institutional weight of the presidency. The major tension in Obama's presidency has been between his strong commitment to an active federal government and the powerful counter-forces in contemporary American public life. Obama is in a sense haunted by his presidential predecessors in the twentieth century Democratic reform tradition, and constantly either looks to them or invokes them. But he has had to contend with the unique set of difficulties surrounding the active, centralized, bureaucratic state in ourtime. The eventual outcome of Obama's presidency, and its place in the American political tradition, has still to be determined. But this pioneering attempt at a historical assessment of the Obama presidency highlights the tensions, achievements, and failures that are sure to influence future interpretations"--
Modernity Britain, 1957-1963 : 1957-1962 Kynaston, David
Measure of a man : from Auschwitz survivor to presidents' tailor Greenfield, Martin, 1928-
"He's been called 'America's greatest living tailor' and 'the most interesting man in the world.' Now, for the first time, Holocaust survivor Martin Greenfield tells his incredible life story. Taken from his Czechoslovakian home at age fifteen and transported to the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz with his family, Greenfield came face to face with 'Angel of Death' Dr. Joseph Mengele and was divided forever from his parents, sisters, and baby brother. In haunting, powerful prose, Greenfield remembershis desperation and fear as a teenager alone in the death camp--and how an SS soldier's shirt dramatically altered the course of his life. He learned how to sew, and when he began wearing the shirt under his prisoner uniform, he learned that clothes possess great power and could even help save his life. Measure of a Man is the story of a man who suffered unimaginable horror and emerged with a dream of success. From sweeping floors at a New York clothing factory to founding America's premier custom suit company, Greenfield built a fashion empire. Now 86 years old and working with his sons, Greenfield has dressed the famous and powerful of D.C. and Hollywood, including Presidents Dwight Eisenhower, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama, celebrities Paul Newman, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Jimmy Fallon, and the stars of Martin Scorsese's films. Written with soul-baring honesty and, at times, a wry sense of humor, Measure of a Man is a memoir unlike any other-one that will inspire hope and renew faith in the resilienceof man"--
The lonely war : one woman's account of the struggle for modern Iran Fathi, Nazila, 1970-
"As a nine-year-old Tehrani schoolgirl during the Iranian Revolution, Nazila Fathi watched her country change before her eyes. The revolutionaries--most of them poor, uneducated, and radicalized--seized jobs, housing, and positions of power, transformingIranian society practically overnight. But this socioeconomic revolution had an unintended effect. As Fathi shows, the forces unleashed in 1979 inadvertently created a robust Iranian middle class, one that today hungers for more personal freedoms and a renewed relationship with the outside world. And unless an international confrontation allows Iranian leaders to justify an internal crackdown, this internal pressure for reform will soon set the country on a more stable track. In The Lonely War, Fathi describes Iran's awakening alongside her own, revealing how moderates are retaking the country--and how foreign powers can aid their progress"--
The last rescue : how faith and love saved a Navy SEAL sniper Wasdin, Howard E.
Japan and the shackles of the past Murphy, R. Taggart.
"A penetrating overview of Japan, from a historical, social, political, economic, and cultural perspective"--
Ireland Somerville, Christopher
In Love in New York : A Traveler's Guide to the Most Romantic Destinations in the Greatest City in the World Leffel, Caitlin/ Lehman, Jacob
The Hundred Years War : a people's history Green, David, 1969-
How the World Was Won : The Americanization of Everywhere Conrad, Peter
France Bailey, Rosemary/ Mingasson, Gilles (PHT)
Fodor's 2015 Alaska Fodor's Travel Publications, Inc. (COR)
Fodor's 2015 Montreal & Quebec City Fodor's Travel Publications, Inc. (COR)
First to jump : how the band of brothers was aided by the brave paratroopers of pathfinders company Preisler, Jerome.
Colditz : the full story Reid, P. R. (Patrick Robert), 1910-1990.
The Burma Spring : Aung San Suu Kyi and the New Struggle for the Soul of a Nation Pederson, Rena
Bella's Gift : How One Little Girl Transformed Our Family and Inspired a Nation Santorum, Rick/ Santorum, Karen/ Santorum, Elizabeth (CON)
Believer : My Forty Years in Politics Axelrod, David
Baghdad : city of peace, city of blood--a history in thirteen centuries Marozzi, Justin, 1970- author.
American Reckoning : The Vietnam War and Our National Identity Appy, Christian G.
All Aboard : The Complete North American Train Travel Guide Loomis, Jim
Limbus, Inc. Maberry, Jonathan/ Lansdale, Joe R./ Braunbeck, Gary A.
Carbide Tipped Pens : Seventeen Tales of Hard Science Fiction Bova, Ben (EDT)/ Choi, Eric (EDT)
Thing Music McCann, Anthony
Ted and I : a brother's memoir Hughes, Gerald, 1920-
"Anecdotal and immensely charming, Ted and I is a unique portrait of a shared childhood between Gerald Hughes and his younger brother Ted, one of the finest and best-loved poets of modern times. Ted's love for Gerald was probably one of the most enduringand sustaining forces in his life. Hughes brings alive a period when the two brothers would roam the countryside, camping, making fires, pitching tents, hunting rabbits, rats, wood pigeon and stoats. Ted's fascination with all wildlife subsequently fed directly into his sublime poetry. Gerald describes watching his brother evolving into a great poet and describes them continuing their relationship, even when many miles apart. Containing a great many unique and never-before seen family photographs of TedHughes, as well as unpublished material, this extraordinary memoir is an achingly poignant tale of childhood and youth and togetherness, the tenderness of brotherly love and the development of a poetic mind as Hughes went into the air force, on to Cambridge where he published his first poems and met Sylvia Plath, before settling in Devon with Sylvia, where their children were born. Ted and I also features a foreword by Gerald's niece Frieda Hughes, the daughter of Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath and herself awell-known painter and poet"--
Sympathy for the devil : four decades of friendship with Gore Vidal Mewshaw, Michael, 1943-
"A generous, entertaining, intimate look at Gore Vidal, a man who prided himself on being difficult to know Detached and ironic, a master of the pointed put-down, of the cutting quip, enigmatic, impossible to truly know: This is the calcified, public image of Gore Vidal--one the man himself was fond of reinforcing. "I'm exactly as I appear," he once said of himself. "There is no warm, lovable person inside. Beneath my cold exterior, once you break the ice, you find cold water." Michael Mewshaw's Sympathy for the Devil, a memoir of his friendship with the stubbornly iconoclastic public intellectual, is a welcome corrective to this tired received wisdom. A complex, nuanced portrait emerges in these pages--and while "Gore" can indeed be brusque, standoffish, even cruel, Mewshaw also catches him in more vulnerable moments. The Gore Vidal the reader comes to know here is generous and supportive to younger, less successful writers, he is also, especially toward the end of his life, disappointed, even lonely. Sparkling, often hilarious, and filled with spicy anecdotes about expat life in Italy, Sympathy for the Devil is an irresistible inside account of a man who was himself--faults and all--impossible to resist. As enlightening as it is entertaining, itoffers a unique look at a figure many only think they know"--
The Summit : Bretton Woods, 1944: J. M. Keynes and the Reshaping of the Global Economy Conway, Ed
Rocket and lightship : essays on literature and ideas Kirsch, Adam, 1976-
"A collection of essays from a "great poet-critic-intellectual" (Daily Beast). In these brilliant, wide-ranging essays, published over the last seven years in the New Republic, The New Yorker, and elsewhere, renowned American critic Adam Kirsch explores the intersection of literature with larger questions about ideas, history, and society. Kirsch has been described as "elegant and astute . . . [a] critic of the very first order" (Michiko Kakutani, New York Times). In Rocket and Lightship he examines the work and lives of writers past and present, from intellectuals Susan Sontag, Hannah Arendt, and Walter Benjamin to novelists including E. M. Forster, David Foster Wallace, and Zadie Smith. Kirsch quotes G. M. Hopkins: "Nor rescue, only rocket and lightship, shone." So, according to Kirsch, shines literature: as an unattainable speed, as a moving beacon. Taken together, the provocative and bold essays in Rocket and Lightship show how literature can illuminate questions of meaning, ethics, and politics, andhow those questions shape the way we take pleasure in art" --
The Middle Ages Fried, Johannes.
Luxembourg Skelton, Tim
Letter to Jimmy : on the twentieth anniversary of your death Mabanckou, Alain, 1966- author.
"Written on the twentieth anniversary of James Baldwin's death, Letter to Jimmy is African writer Alain Mabanckou's ode to his literary hero and an effort to place Baldwin's life in context within the greater African diaspora. Beginning with a chance encounter with a beggar wandering along a Santa Monica beach-a man whose ragged clothes and unsteady gait remind the author of a character out of one of James Baldwin's novels- Mabanckou uses his own experiences as an African living in the US as a launchingpad to take readers on a fascinating tour of James Baldwin's life. As Mabanckou reads Baldwin's work, looks at pictures of him through the years, and explores Baldwin's checkered publishing history, he is always probing for answers about what it must havebeen like for the young Baldwin to live abroad as an African-American, to write obliquely about his own homosexuality, and to seek out mentors like Richard Wright and Ralph Ellison only to publicly reject them later. As Mabanckou travels to Paris, readsabout French history and engages with contemporary readers, his letters to Baldwin grow more intimate and personal. He speaks to Baldwin as a peer-a writer who paved the way for his own work, and Mabanckou seems to believe, someone who might understand his experiences as an African expatriate. "--
Lost and Found : Adrift in the Canadian Rockies Glasnovic, Jamey
Journeys Home : Inspiring Stories, Plus Tips and Strategies to Find Your Family History McCarthy, Andrew
Into the Woods Sondheim, Stephen (CRT)/ Lapine, James
Islands of Eden : St. Vincent & the Grenadines Mt̀,̌ Ferenc (PHT)
How to Be a Husband Dowling, Tim
Hell and Good Company : The Spanish Civil War and the World It Made Rhodes, Richard
Herzl's Vision : Theodor Herzl and the Foundation of the Jewish State Avineri, Shlomo/ Watzman, Haim (TRN)
Good Sam 2015 North American Rv Travel Guide & Campground Directory : The Must-have Rv Travel Resource! Good Sam Enterprises (COR)
Berlitz Cruising & Cruise Ships 2015 Ward, Douglas
Displacement Knisley, Lucy
Voyage Collins, Billy, author.
Strongheart : the world's first movie star dog McCully, Emily Arnold, author, illustrator.
When silent movie director Larry Trimble decides to put Strongheart, a police dog, into his movies as the lead actor, he must first train him to play with toys and walk like a regular dog, but Strongheart becomes a sensation until his military training leads to trouble, and possibly the end of his career. Includes author's note on the real Strongheart.
Ping wants to play Gudeon, Adam.
"Ping and Pong are friends, even though they like to do different things"--
Penguin and Pumpkin Yoon, Salina, author.
Curious about what fall is like in places that are not always white, Penguin and his friends fly to a pumpkin farm and bring back a surprise for Penguin's brother, Pumpkin, who couldn't come with them.
Little Elephant's blocked trunk Archer, Dosh, author, illustrator.
"An elephant has being playing with his toys and putting all of them away in the wrong place. Soon his mother notices that something is not quite right with her little one's trunk"--
100 things that make me happy Schwartz, Amy, author, illustrator.
Lists a wide variety of items, from red socks to peekaboo, that can make one happy.
Window-Shopping Through the Iron Curtain Hlynsky, David/ Langford, Martha/ Berland, Jody
What My Daughter Wore Williams, Jennifer/ Bee, Olivia (FRW)
When bad things happen to good quilters : survival guide for fixing & finishing any quilting project Ford, Joan, 1961-
Watercolor fairy art Burrier, Sara, author.
The urban sketching handbook : architecture and cityscapes : tips and techniques for drawing on location Campanario, Gabriel.
"Award-winning illustrator Gabriel Campanario first introduced his approach to drawing in The Art of Urban Sketching, a showcase of more than 500 sketches and drawing tips shared by more than 100 urban sketchers around the world. Now, he drills down intospecific challenges of making sketches on location, rain or shine, quickly or slowly, and the most suitable techniques for every situation, in The Urban Sketching Handbook series. It's easy to overlook that ample variety of buildings and spaces and the differences from city to city, country to country. From houses, apartments and shopping malls to public buildings and places of worship, the structures humans have created over the centuries, for shelter, commerce, industry, transportation or recreation, are fascinating subjects to study and sketch.In The Urban Sketching Handbook: Architecture and Cityscapes, Gabriel lays out keys to help make the experience of drawing architecture and cityscapes fun and rewarding. Using composition, depth, scale, contrast,line and creativity, sketching out buildings and structure has never been more inspirational. This guide will help you to develop your own creative approach, no matter what your skill level may be today. As much as The Urban Sketching Handbook: Architecture and Cityscapes may inspire you to draw more urban spaces, it can also help to increase your appreciation of the built environment. Drawing the places where we live, work and play, is a great way to show appreciation and creativity"--
Walt Disney Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck : Return to Plain Awful Rosa, Don
Things Chinese : Antiques, Crafts, Collectibles Freeman, Michael (PHT)/ Knapp, Ronald G.
Stitching With Two-Hole Shaped Beads Jensen, Virginia
Shojo Fashion Manga Art School, Boys Flores, Irene/ Mcspadden, Krisanne
Rodin Le Normand-Romain, Antoinette, author.
"With more than 350 pictures, many never before seen, Rodin reveals in great beauty and detail the genius of the man known as the father of modern sculpture. The stories of Rodin's sculptures are told through each stage of development from plaster casts to the glorious end result"--
Painting Successful Watercolours from Photographs Kersey, Geoff
Models of Influence : 50 Women Who Reset the Course of Fashion Barker, Nigel
Mini scarves & wraps : 6 easy projects to knit and wear Moss, Jean (Knitwear designer)
The last fisherman : witness to the endangered oceans Rotman, Jeffrey L.
Invisible City : Invisible City Schles, Ken
Gold Jones, Kathryn/ Scott, Jennifer/ Porter, Lauren
History of international fashion Grumbach, Didier.
French General: A Year of Jewelry : 36 Projects With Vintage Beads Meng, Kaari
Drawing secrets revealed : basics Parks, Sarah, author.
Everyone Can Draw Barber, Barrington
Drawing Manga People and Poses Hirata, Ryo
Draw Manga Faces for Expressive Characters : Learn to Draw More Than 900 Faces Aya, Hosoi
Decorating with Plants : The Art of Using Plants to Transform Your Home Kawamoto, Satoshi
Crewel Intentions : Fresh Ideas for Jacobean Embroidery Blomkamp, Hazel
Daily painting : paint small and often to become a more creative, productive, and successful artist Marine, Carol.
"A unique system for jump-starting artistic creativity, encouraging experimentation and growth, and increasing sales for artists of all levels, from novices to professionals. Too many artists find themselves in a frustrating rut: unable to sell paintingshanging in galleries, bogged down by projects they can't finish or abandon, and using any excuse to avoid working in the studio. Author Carol Marine was herself suffering from painter's block--until she discovered "daily painting." The idea is simple: doart (usually small) often (how often is up to the individual) and, if you desire, post it and sell it online. Today Marine is among the best and most celebrated daily painters, and the curator of the popular online gallery dailypaintworks.com. In her debut, Daily Painting, Marine reveals the tips and tricks that helped her and other daily painters pick up the paintbrush and start creating beautiful, bountiful, marketable work"--
CraftFail : when homemade goes horribly wrong Mann, Heather.
Cartoon academy : cartoon faces : how to draw faces, features & expressions Hart, Christopher, 1957-
"Make a face--a funny face! The personality of a cartoon character begins with the face: the head, the features, the expressions. Get that right and you can create a memorable personality. Bestselling how-to-draw author Christopher Hart presents the ultimate tutorial on the topic in masterful detail, covering characters both male and female, from babies to adults, in all shapes and sizes. His accessible, step-by-step demonstrations go through all the features and explain how to build a character"--
Triathlon Training Katai, Steve/ Barr, Colin
Steve Mcqueen : Full Throttle Cool Lane, Tim
The sound of music story : how one young nun, one handsome Austrian captain, and seven singing Von Trapp children inspired the most beloved film of all time Santopietro, Tom.
Silver screen fiend : learning about life from an addiction to film Oswalt, Patton, 1969-
"Between 1995 and 1999, Patton Oswalt lived with an unshakable addiction. It wasn't drugs, alcohol or sex: it was film. After moving to L.A., Oswalt became a huge film buff (or as he calls it, a sprocket fiend), absorbing classics, cult hits, and new releases at the New Beverly Cinema. Silver screen celluloid became Patton's life schoolbook, informing his notion of acting, writing, comedy, and relationships. Set in the nascent days of L.A.'s alternative comedy scene, Oswalt's memoir chronicles his journeyfrom fledgling stand-up comedian to self-assured sitcom actor, with the colorful New Beverly collective and a cast of now-notable young comedians supporting him all along the way"--
Slut : A Play and Guidebook for Combating Sexism and Sexual Violence Cappiello, Katie/ Mcinerney, Meg/ Baumgardner, Jennifer (FRW)/ Gilligan, Carol (AFT)
Rich Man, Poor Man Nolte, Nick
Punk rock blitzkrieg : my life as a Ramone Ramone, Marky, author.
"The inside story behind one of the most revered bands in music history during the early days of punk rock in New York, from legendary drummer Marky Ramone. Rolling Stone ranked the Ramones at #26 on its list of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time." They received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011 and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002. And Marky Ramone played a major part in this success--his "blitzkrieg" style of drumming drove the sound the Ramones pioneered. Now, fans can get the inside story. Before he joined the Ramones, Marc Bell was already a name in the New York music scene. But when he joined three other tough misfits, he became Marky Ramone, and the rhythm that came to epitomize punk was born. Having outlived his bandmates, Marky is the only person who can share the secrets and stories of the Ramones' improbable rise from obtuse beginnings to induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But it wasn't all good times and hit songs, and Marky doesn't shy awayfrom discussing his own struggles, including the addiction to alcohol that led him to be temporarily kicked out of the band. From the cult film Rock 'n' Roll High School through "I Wanna Be Sedated" through his own struggle with alcoholism, Marky Ramonesets the record straight, painting an unflinching picture of the dysfunction behind the band that changed a generation. With exclusive behind-the-scenes photos, Punk Rock Blitzkrieg is both a cultural history of punk and a stirring story that millions offans have been waiting for"--
Peter, Paul, and Mary : fifty years in music and life Yarrow, Peter/ Stookey, Noel Paul/ Travers, Mary/ Kerry, John F. (FRW)
"Finally. here is the first and only book that visually tells us the intimate story of Peter, Paul, and Mary and their music, with stirring images that follow their passionate, fifty-year journey to the center of America's heart. The very best of thousands of photographs, many rare and never before published, taken over five decades by some of the world's top photographers, follow them from their earliest performances in the 1960s, when Mary was the most desired, beautiful, and charismatic performer and anew role model for women. Follow the trio as they lead America to discover the passionate soul of folk music. Join the struggle for racial equality, social justice, and freedom in this memorable journey, from the historic 1963 March on Washington with Martin Luther King, Jr., to the trio's appearance before a half million people in 1969 to end the Vietnam War, to their singing at the Hollywood Bowl for Survival Sunday in 1978, helping to launch the anti-nuke movement, the world's first international environmental movement. Through these images, you can feel and almost hear the trio's songs calling for a more caring, better world as you see them performing with a courage and conviction that became for so many the embodiment and sound track of their generation's awakening to conscience, to activism, and to a new dream for all of humankind. Peter, Paul, and Mary's songs of defiant hope and a certain unmasked innocence are still a powerful part of our American consciousness, and this book reenacts the history of how the trio marked our lives with their indelible stamp of honesty of the sort we yearn to recapture and recreate in our own time--for ourselves, our children, and the generations to come"--
Led Zeppelin on Led Zeppelin : interviews and encounters Bordowitz, Hank (EDT)
Krav Maga : real world solutions to violence Keren, Gershon Ben.
The Jesus and Mary Chain : barbed wire kisses Street Howe, Zöe.
It's what I do : a photographer's life of love and war Addario, Lynsey.
Ironfit Triathlon Training for Women : Training Programs and Secrets for Success in All Triathlon Distances Fink, Melanie/ Fink, Don
It's the pictures that got small : Charles Brackett on Billy Wilder and Hollywood's golden age Brackett, Charles, 1892-1969.
Interstellar : Beyond Time and Space Cotta Vaz, Mark
I'll Have What She's Having : My Adventures in Celebrity Dieting Harrington, Rebecca
How to be a heroine : or, what I've learned from reading too much Ellis, Samantha.
"Debating literature's greatest heroines with a friend, playwright Samantha Ellis has a revelation--"My whole life, I'd been trying to be Cathy, when I should have been trying to be Jane." With this discovery, she embarks on a retrospective look at the literary ladies--the characters and the writers--whom she has loved since childhood. From early obsessions with the March sisters to later idolizations of Sylvia Plath, Ellis evaluates how her heroines stack up today. And, just as she excavates the storiesof her favorite characters, Ellis also shares a frank, often humorous account of her own life growing up in a tight-knit Iraqi Jewish community in London. Reflecting on the girls, the women, and the books that she loves the most, here a life-long reader explores how these heroines have shaped all of our lives"--
The Hobbit: the Battle of the Five Armies Chronicles: Art & Design : Chronicles: Art & Design Weta (COR)
The Hobbit : The Battle of the Five Armies Official Movie Guide Sibley, Brian
From the New World : Poems 1976-2014 Graham, Jorie
Guinness World Records 2015 : Gamer's Edition Guinness World Records (COR)
The Fender archives : a scrapbook of artifacts, treasures, and inside information Wheeler, Tom (Thomas Hutchin)
The art of Big Hero 6 Julius, Jessica.
The Big Book of Minecraft Triumph Books (COR)
A walk through the fire Muller, Marcia.
Dangerous to know Bradford, Barbara Taylor, 1933-
Come to grief Francis, Dick.
The Unicorn Incorporated : Curtis R. Barnes Danzker, Jo-Anne Birnie (EDT)
Vainglory : the forgotten vice DeYoung, Rebecca Konyndyk.
Serenity Prayers : Prayers, Poems, and Prose to Soothe Your Soul Cotner, June
The secret of your immortal self : key lessons for realizing the divinity within Finley, Guy, 1949-
Pulpit & politics : separation of church & state in the Black church McMickle, Marvin Andrew.
The science and practice of humility : the path to ultimate freedom Gregory, Jason, 1980- author.
"Humility, being open and receptive to all experience, is the key to becoming one with the spontaneous patterns of the universe. Integrates classic teachings of Hinduism and Buddhism with principles of quantum physics to reveal the science of the enlightened masters. Reveals how we are each capable of shifting from the aggressive path of the warrior to the humble path of the sage. Explains how the key to catching the current acceleration of conscious evolution is humility. From Krishna and Lao-tzu to Buddha and Jesus, each enlightened master discovered how being receptive to all experience was the key to becoming one with the universe and its spontaneous patterns of order and chaos. Revealing humility as the purest expression of this receptivity, Jason Gregory integrates classic teachings of Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and Hermeticism with principles from quantum physics to explain the science of humility as practiced by the ancient masters. The author shows how, driven by fear, the human mind creates theego. In its greedy and arrogant quest to protect the self and its desires, the ego forges the illusion of separation, weaving complex patterns of reality that shield us from our unity with all beings and result in attitudes of aggression, selfishness, and competition. He reveals how the iconic clash between this complex, aggressive "path of the warrior" and the simple "path of the sage" is reflected in the polarized state of the modern world. Yet this state also reflects the accelerating wave of conscious evolution we are now experiencing. The key to catching this evolutionary wave is humility: the reversal of complexity into simplicity, the ancient science of mental alchemy that represents the Great Work of Eternity"--
The Pendulum : Come Back Swinging Through the Difficult Times Rush, Rickie/ Jakes, T. D. (FRW)
John Lennon : The Collected Artwork Lennon, John (CON)
The new rules for love, sex, and dating Stanley, Andy.
Idiot's Guides Catholicism Alpha Books (COR)
Gay and Catholic : accepting my sexuality, finding community, living my faith Tushnet, Eve.
Creating Abstract Art : Ideas and Inspirations for Passionate Art-Making Nimmer, Dean
The fall of language in the age of English Mizumura, Minae.
The chutzpah imperative : empowering today's Jews for a life that matters Feinstein, Edward, 1954-
"Judaism assigns a uniquely important role to the human being, the role of partner with God in creating a world of oneness. This theme, the singular message of Judaism, runs throughout the Jewish tradition, but it has been largely lost to our modern day'sleaning toward Jewish ethnic identity and culture. In this clarion call for a new way to "do Judaism," award-winning spiritual leader Rabbi Edward Feinstein urges us to recover this message of Jewish self-empowerment--or chutzpah--to reshape the world. Feinstein begins with the early chapters of Genesis. He then describes how the idea was encoded into the Jewish national narrative through biblical law, and how the Rabbis of Talmud embraced that conviction as the center of Judaism, demonstrating the Rabbis' sense of their own self-empowerment to reshape their religious tradition in response to the destruction of the Temple. Turning to the mystics of medieval Spain and the European Hasidic tradition, Feinstein shows how chutzpah found its expression in thetraditions of Kabbalah. Finally, he explores the theme of empowerment in modernity, as the centerpiece of Zionism and post-Holocaust thought. Inspiring Jews of all denominations, Feinstein presents a bold reminder of the Jewish responsibility to repair the world and a new way to conceive of Jewish community life, Jewish education, prayer and religious activism"--
But God : Changes Everything Cooper, Herbert/ Groeschel, Craig (FRW)
Atheist mind, humanist heart : rewriting the Ten commandments for the twenty-first century Bayer, Lex, 1978-
Beginning anew : four steps to restoring communication Chan Khong, Sister, author.
Atheist awakening : secular activism and community in America Cimino, Richard P.
Artists under Hitler : collaboration and survival in Nazi Germany Petropoulos, Jonathan.
""What are we to make of those cultural figures, many with significant international reputations, who tried to find accommodation with the Nazi regime?" Jonathan Petropoulos asks in this exploration of some of the most acute moral questions of the Third Reich. In his nuanced analysis of prominent German artists, architects, composers, film directors, painters, and writers who rejected exile, choosing instead to stay during Germany's darkest period, Petropoulos shows how individuals variously dealt with the regime's public opposition to modern art. His findings explode the myth that all modern artists were anti-Nazi and all Nazis anti-modernist. Artists Under Hitler closely examines cases of artists who failed in their attempts to find accommodation withthe Nazi regime (Walter Gropius, Paul Hindemith, Gottfried Benn, Ernst Barlach, Emil Nolde) as well as others whose desire for official acceptance was realized (Richard Strauss, Gustaf Gründgens, Leni Riefenstahl, Arno Breker, Albert Speer). Collectivelythese ten figures illuminate the complex cultural history of Nazi Germany, while individually they provide haunting portraits of people facing excruciating choices and grave moral questions"--
America's pastor : Billy Graham and the shaping of a nation Wacker, Grant, 1945-
Alphabetical : how every letter tells a story Rosen, Michael, 1946-
"How on Earth did we fix upon our twenty-six letters, what do they really mean, and how did we come to write them down in the first place? Michael Rosen takes you on an unforgettable adventure through the history of the alphabet in twenty-six vivid chapters, fizzing with personal anecdotes and fascinating facts. Starting with the mysterious Phoenicians and how sounds first came to be written down, he races on to show how nonsense poems work, pins down the strange story of OK, traces our five lost lettersand tackles the tyranny of spelling, among many many other things. His heroes of the alphabet range from Edward Lear to Phyllis Pearsall (the inventor of the A-Z), and from the two scribes of Beowulf to rappers. Each chapter takes on a different subject -whether it's codes, umlauts or the writing of dictionaries. Rosen's enthusiasm for letters positively leaps off the page, whether it's the story of his life told through the typewriters he's owned or a chapter on jokes written in a string of gags and word games. This is the book for anyone who's ever wondered why Hawaiian only has a thirteen-letter alphabet or how exactly to write down the sound of a wild raspberry"--
Tsubasa Omnibus 2 Clamp (COR)/ Flanagan, William (TRN)/ Hayward, Dana (ILT)
Monster 3 : The Perfect Edition Urasawa, Naoki
Marvel universe : the end Starlin, Jim.
Here McGuire, Richard.
"Richard McGuire's Here is the story of a corner of a room and the events that happened in that space while moving forward and backward in time. The book experiments with formal properties of comics, using multiple panels to convey the different moments in time. Hundreds of thousands of years become interwoven. A dinosaur from 100,000,000 BCE lumbers by, while a child is playing with a plastic toy that resembles the same dinosaur in the year 1999. Conversations appear to be happening between two people who are centuries apart. Someone asking, "Anyone seen my car keys?" can be "answered" by someone at a future archeology dig. Cycles of glaciers transform into marshes, then into forests, then into farmland. A city develops and grows into a suburban sprawl.Future climate changes cause the land to submerge, if only temporarily, for the long view reveals the transient nature of all things. Meanwhile, the attention is focused on the most ordinary moments and appreciating them as the most transcendent"--
Itsy bitsy yoga : poses to help your baby sleep longer, digest better, and grow stronger Garabedian, Helen.
Drink : A Cultural History of Alcohol Gately, Iain
Being Both : Embracing Two Religions in One Interfaith Family Miller, Susan Katz
Poets in Their Youth : A Memoir Simpson, Eileen
The walking dead. Volume 22, a new beginning Kirkman, Robert, creator, author.
The World we knew is gone. The world of commerce and frivolous necessity has been replaced by a world of survival and responsibility. An epidemic of apocalyptic proportions has swept the globe, causing the dead to rise and feed on the living. In a world ruled by the dead, we are forced to start living. Alexandria has been destroyed. Can Rick rally the other communities against Negan's army?
Thanos, Redemption Starlin, Jim, author.
"After decades of malevolent misdeeds and vile villainy, could the Mad Titan be attempting to redeem himself? Scorned by his paramour Death and changed by his recent battles with the universe's cosmic powers, Thanos may have just decided to turn over a new leaf. But in order to make good on his vow, Thanos must face the world devourer Galactus, the all-consuming universal Hunger, the unimaginably powerful Beyonder, and the unknown threat of the Fallen One!"--Amazon.com.
Mathematicians are people, too : volume 2 : stories from the lives of great mathematicians Reimer, Luetta.
Located near fileboxes in curriculum section of the library.
Mathematicians are people too. Volume 1 : stories from the lives of great mathematicians Reimer, Luetta.
Sunrise, Sunset : 52 Weeks of Awe & Gratitude Weiss, Kim (PHT)/ Canfield, Jack (CON)/ Shimoff, Marci (CON)/ Ford, Arielle (CON)/ Ruiz, Don Miguel, Jr. (CON)
Shut up, stop whining, and get a life : a kick-butt approach to a better life Winget, Larry.
Losing our way : an intimate portrait of a troubled America Herbert, Bob, 1945-
"In a searing indictment of America's decline, former New York Times columnist Bob Herbert profiles struggling Americans--casualties of decades of government policies that have produced underemployment, inequality, and pointless wars--and offers a ringingcall to arms to restore justice and the American dream. The United States needs to be reimagined. Once described by Lincoln as the last best hope on earth, the country seemed on the verge of fulfilling its immense promise in the mid 1960s and early 1970s: unemployment was low, wages and profits were high, and the nation's wealth--by today's standards--was distributed in a remarkably equitable fashion. America was a society confident that it could bring a middle-class standard of living (at the very least) and the full rights of citizenship to virtually everyone. This sense of possibility has evaporated. In this book longtime New York Times columnist Bob Herbert combines devastating stories of suffering Americans with keen political analysis to show where decades of corporate greed, political apathy, and short-term thinking have led: America's infrastructure is crumbling, our schools fail our children, unnecessary wars maim our young men, and underemployment plagues a generation. He traces how the UnitedStates went wrong, exposing the slow, dangerous shift of political influence from the working population in the 1960s to the corporate and financial elite today, who act largely in their own self-interest. But the situation isn't entirely hopeless. Herbert argues that by tapping the creative ideas of people across the country who are implementing solutions at the local level, the middle class can reassert its power, put the economy back on track, and usher in a new progressive era"--
Liberalism : the life of an idea Fawcett, Edmund.
The idiot factor : the 10 ways we sabotage our life, money, and business Winget, Larry.
Iced tea : 50 recipes for refreshing tisanes, infusions, coolers, and spiked teas Thompson, Fred, 1953-
Hot chocolate : 50 heavenly cups of comfort Thompson, Fred, 1953-
Classic salmon fly patterns Radencich, Michael.
Mixed Messages Miller, Linda Lael/ Maynard, Janice
Windowsill Art : Creating One-of-a-Kind Natural Arrangements to Celebrate the Seasons Hugo, Nancy Ross
Women in the Holocaust Ofer, Dalia (EDT)/ Weitzman, Lenore J. (EDT)
Windows on the world : fifty writers, fifty views Pericoli, Matteo/ Stein, Lorin (FRW)
"In Windows on the World: Fifty Writers, Fifty Views, architect and artist Matteo Pericoli brilliantly explores this concept alongside fifty of our most beloved writers from across the globe. By pairing drawings of window views with texts that reveal--either physically or metaphorically--what the drawings cannot, Windows on the World offers a perceptual journey through the world as seen through the windows of prominent writers: Orhan Pamuk in Istanbul, Daniel Kehlmann in Berlin, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie in Lagos, John Jeremiah Sullivan in Wilmington, North Carolina, Nadine Gordimer in Johannesburg, Xi Chuan in Beijing. Taken together, the views--geography and perspective, location and voice--resonate with and play off each other"--
The ultimate unofficial guide to Minecraft strategies : everything you need to know to build, explore, attack, and survive in the world of Minecraft Instructables.com (COR)/ Smith, Nicole (EDT)
Collects expert advice and detailed instructions for mastering the computer game, covering such topics as how to defend against zombies and building basic utilities, with Minecraft-themed projects, including a pickaxe lamp and an enderman plush.
The Ultimate Guide to Trail Running and Ultramarathons : Expert Advice, and Some Humor, on Training, Competing, Gummy Bears, Snot Rockets, and More Robillard, Jason
The Treasures of the Impressionists Kear, Jon
The Ultimate Guide to Deer Hunting Skills, Tactics, and Techniques Cassell, Jay (EDT)
The Treasures of Leonardo Da Vinci : The Story of His Life & Work Landrus, Matthew
Tragedies and Mysteries of Rock 'n' Roll Primi, Michele
Swedish Knits : Classic and Modern Designs in the Scandinavian Tradition Hammerskog, Paula/ Wincent, Eva/ Westman, Rikard (PHT)
The Reagan Paradox : The Conservative Icon and Today's Gop Cannon, Lou/ Time Contributors (COR)/ Scarborough, Joe (INT)
Islam and Romanticism : Muslim Currents from Goethe to Emerson Einboden, Jeffrey
Ibn 'abd Al-wahhab Crawford, Michael
The Greatest Albums You'll Never Hear Macdonald, Bruno (EDT)
Good grief! : life in a tiny Vermont village Stimson, Ellen, 1962-
The Fly-fisher's Companion : A Fundamental Guide to Tackle, Casting, Presentation, Aquatic Insects, and the Flies That Imitate Them Martin, Darrel
Extraordinary Projects Bible : Duct Tape Tote Bags, Homemade Rockets, and Other Awesome Projects Anyone Can Make Instructables.com (COM)
First wilderness : my quest in the territory of Alaska Keith, Sam.
"Sam Keith followed his dream to Alaska where he met Dick Proenneke. He was searching for adventure and acceptance, and found it hunting and fishing with Dick and other colorful characters who shared a love of outdoors, hard work, and self-reliance. His experiences--harrowing, funny, fascinating--are detailed in this memoir"--Provided by publisher.
The Essence of Buddhism : An Introduction to Its Philosophy and Practice Kyabgon, Traleg/ His Holiness the Seventeenth Karmapa (FRW)/ Rinpoche, Sogyal (FRW)
Descubra sus Fortalezas de Emprendedor Clifton, Jim/ Badal, Sangeeta Bharadwaj
Designa : Technical Secret of the Traditional Visual Arts Wooden Books (COR)
Cool Flowers : How to Grow and Enjoy Long-Blooming Hardy Annual Flowers Using Cool Weather Techniques Ziegler, Lisa Mason
Cleansing the fatherland : Nazi medicine and racial hygiene Aly, Götz, 1947-
Behind the Burly Q : The Story of Burlesque in America Zemeckis, Leslie/ Starr, Blaze (FRW)
Brick Flicks : A Comprehensive Guide to Making Your Own Stop-motion Lego Movies Herman, Sarah
Beginner's Ukrainian : with interactive online workbook Shevchuk, Yuri, 1961- author.
American Lake Vignettes Covert, Nancy
At Memory's Edge : After-Images of the Holocaust in Contemporary Art and Architecture Young, James E.
Abdullah Gul and the Making of the New Turkey Maclean, Gerald
What you can change-- and what you can't : the complete guide to successful self-improvement : learning to accept who you are Seligman, Martin E. P.
Precalculus demystified Huettenmueller, Rhonda.
"Your solution to mastering pre-calculus!Fully updated throughout, Pre-calculus DeMYSTiFieD, Second Edition features all-new quizzes and test questions, detailed explanations of the exercises, and a completely refreshed design. Author Rhonda Huettenmueller helps you understand the material by organizing the information from simple to complex, and presenting it clearly and concisely. This practical guide covers lines, functions, exponents, logarithms, systems of equations, matrices, conic sections, and more. Step-by-step examples make it easy to understand the topics, and end-of-chapter quizzes and a final exam reinforce key concepts. Pre-calculus DeMYSTiFieD, Second Edition Contains examples, graphs, questions, and answers Helps you prepare for the CLEP(College-Level Examination Program) Pre-calculus test, SATs, or other college placement exams Provides chapter-opening objectives that describe what you'll learn in each step Includes questions at the end of every chapter to reinforce learning and pinpoint weaknesses Offers "Still Struggling?" elements throughout to help you with difficult subtopics Concludes with a final exam for overall self-assessment "--
Outbreak Cook, Robin, 1940-
The Miracle of the Kurds : A Remarkable Story of Hope Reborn in Northern Iraq Mansfield, Stephen
Making the connection between brain and behavior : coping with Parkinson's disease Friedman, Joseph H.
Inside Jokes : Using Humor to Reverse-Engineer the Mind Hurley, Matthew M./ Dennett, Daniel C./ Adams, Reginald B., Jr.
Journey into Healing : Awakening the Wisdom Within You Chopra, Deepak
The Edison gene : ADHD and the gift of the hunter child Hartmann, Thom, 1951-
Building the Columbia River Highway : they said it couldn't be done Willis, Peg, 1946-
Why we live where we live Vermond, Kira, author.
Discusses the many factors that affect where humans choose to live, including the availability of food and water, jobs, and the need for safety.
What makes a tornado twist? : and other questions about... weather Carson, Mary Kay.
"Is each snowflake unique? What comes first: thunder or lightning? What causes the seasons? Whatever the weather question a child has--from sunshine to storms or snow--the fascinating answers are right here! "--
Why is the sea salty? : and other questions about... oceans Richmond, Benjamin, 1986- author.
Answers questions about the ocean, including how water gets to the ocean, what causes waves, and how rubber duckies helped ocean scientists learn more about how the ocean's waters move.
The US Congress for kids : over 200 years of lawmaking, deal-breaking, and compromising, with 21 activities Reis, Ronald A.
"With a focus on dramatic stories, personalities, and turning points, and accompanied by educational, hands-on activities, The US Congress for Kids helps children understand how the government functions and why it matters"--
Up & down Teckentrup, Britta, author, illustrator.
Deciding to visit a friend he has been missing, Little Penguin leaps off his iceberg and embarks on a journey filled with ups and downs and ins and outs before the two are reunited, in a concept story that introduces opposites.
The ultimate unofficial rainbow loom guide : everything you need to know to weave, stitch, and loop your way through dozens of rainbow loom projects Instructables.com
Presents step-by-step instructions for creating handicraft projects using a rainbow loom rubber band system, including jewelry, garden charms, toys, and household objects.
The Ultimate Unofficial Rainbow Loom Handbook : Step-by-step Instructions to Stitching, Weaving, and Looping Colorful Bracelets, Rings, Charms, and More Instructables.com
The Titanic, lost-- and found Donnelly, Judy.
A simple account of the sinking of the Titanic and the discovery of its remains many years later.
Spa projects : you can make and share Bolte, Mari, author.
"Step-by-step instructions teach readers how to create spa products at home, including bath bombs, lotion bars, and other aromatherapy items"--
Take shelter : at home around the world Tate, Nikki, 1962- author.
Examines the wide variety of houses that people from around the world use to take shelter, looking especially at subterranean, mobile, modular, earthen, and innovative dwellings.
Rocketry : investigate the science and technology of rockets and ballistics Mooney, Carla, 1970- author.
Traces the history of rocket development from early Chinese fire arrows to modern-day space shuttles, discussing the science behind rocket flight while outlining projects that use the forces of thrust, gravity, lift, and drag.
The robot book : build & control 20 electric gizmos, moving machines, and hacked toys Mercer, Bobby, 1961- author.
"The 20 easy-to-build robots in this project book can be constructed for little or not cost using common household objects and repurposed materials."--
Ripley's believe it or not! Ripley's Entertainment Inc. (COR)
Presents a collection of strange facts and coincidences about animals and human beings in the worlds of science, art, and entertainment.
The racecar book : build and race mousetrap cars, dragsters, tri-can haulers & more Mercer, Bobby, 1961- author.
My big fast car book. Ticktock (COR)
Provides fun facts about fast cars, including the Bugatti Veyron, Jaguar XK-E, and stock cars.
My big dinosaur book. Ticktock (COR)
Provides fun facts about dinosaurs, including Tyrannosaurus rex, Diplodocus, and Plateosaurus, and identifies the time periods in which they lived.
Malala, a brave girl from Pakistan ; Iqbal, a brave boy from Pakistan Winter, Jeanette.
"A lushly illustrated picture-book biography of two young Pakistani heroes, Malala Yousafzai and Iqbal Masih, from acclaimed nonfiction author/illustrator Jeanette Winter"--
A kid's guide to awesome duct tape projects : how to make your own wallets, bags, flowers, hats, and much, much more! Instructables.com (COR)/ Smith, Nicole (EDT)
Presents step-by-step instructions for creating handicraft projects using duct tape, including clothing, jewelry, games, and school and office supplies.
Howtoons : Tools of Mass Construction Griffith, Saul, Dr./ Dragotta, Nick/ Parker, Jeff/ Simons, Warren/ Jarrel, Sandy (ILT)
How is my brain like a supercomputer? : and other questions about... the human body Stewart, Melissa, author.
"Why do I have a belly button? What happens to the food I eat? Why am I different from everyone else on Earth? All children want to understand how their body works, and this lively illustrated book explains it all, from what DNA is to how their heart pumps blood"--
Fun and festive winter crafts : snow globes, groundhog puppets, and fairy masks McGee, Randel.
"Includes the scientific explanation behind the winter season, a related myth, and step-by-step instructions on how to make eight winter-themed crafts out of various materials"--
How do I use an atlas? Shea, Therese.
Introduces atlases, describing what they are, how they work, and how they can be used.
Fab fashions : you can make and share Bolte, Mari, author.
"Step-by-step instructions teach readers how to create clothing and accessories, including bags, jewelry, shirts, and skirts"--
Does an owl wear eyeglasses? : think about how everyone sees Ziefert, Harriet, author.
"Does an Owl Wear Eyeglasses? explores the eyes and sight-abilities of various animals--and why most don't need or won't ever wear glasses. This leads into an exploration of how humans are able to improve their natural sight (and see things well beyond what 20/20 vision offers) and how people with vision limitations handle their daily lives."--
Does a seal smile? : think about how everyone says hello Ziefert, Harriet, author.
"Does a Seal Smile? explores the meanings of body and facial expressions in wild animals and people. A funny, kid-like question ("Does a coyote smile?") is shown with a realistic scenario (coyote howling), and thoughts/facts about how animals express themselves. Next, waves, smiles, frowns, hugs, kisses, and handshakes are explored, showing how humans express what they want, think, and feel."--
Does a tiger go to the dentist? : think about how teeth stay healthy Ziefert, Harriet, author.
"The ways animals and people use and keep their teeth healthy are explored in this title in Blue Apple's Think About...series. By contrasting the behavior of people and animals, the series helps young children understand what makes humans, and themselves,unique."--
Does a hippo go to the doctor? : think about how everyone keeps healthy Ziefert, Harriet, author.
"Does a Hippo Go to the Doctor? explores and explains why animals in the wild don't go to doctors, that some animals can be cared for by vets--but only people use professional medical services throughout their lifetime."--
Colorful creations : you can make and share Bolte, Mari, author.
"Step-by-step instructions teach readers how to create scrapbook and other paper-related projects"--
Children growing up with war Matthews, Jenny, 1948- author.
Provides a candid look at young lives upended by violence and strife around the world, including such nations as Rwanda, Lebanon, and Afghanistan.
Any questions? Gay, Marie-Louise, author, illustrator.
Answers many of the questions the author receives from children on writing, including where she gets her ideas, how she learned to draw, and how many books she can write in one day.
101 dog tricks: kids edition : fun & easy activities, games, and crafts Sundance, Kyra, author.
Offers instructions to teach the family dog tricks, including peekaboo, hoop jump, and handstand.
Animals that make me say wow! Cusick, Dawn, author.
"Cusick explores how gravity-defying flight, coiled and tubelike tongues, bite-proof armor and other surprising adaptations in animal bodies and behavior provide a competitive edge. This presentation of amazing animal facts is loosely organized into threesections: defense, foraging and anatomy. There's a short introduction for each section followed by a series of boxed explanations interspersed among a gallery of close-up photographs, mostly from the National Wildlife Federation archives. Some images arequite wonderful: a family of cygnets riding a swan's back, a porcupine chewing on a branch, an unidentified moth with a coiled tongue. Others are really too small to see details well. Some images are clearly labeled with the creature's name, others can be guessed from the nearby text, but some will be mysteries (perhaps better than the "great egret" caption for the snowy egret picture). Readers are asked some thought-provoking questions as well as offered cool facts. Scavenger-hunt challenges in the concluding section call for both inside and outside research. A companion volume, Animals That Make Me Say OUCH!, follows the same format, but its third section deals with adaptations for hostile environments. Both titles feature lively, colorful design. Bestfor browsers who like their facts fast" --
My Little Pony, Friendship Is Magic. [Volume 5] Cook, Katie/ Price, Andy (ILT)
The music of zombies French, Vivian.
When Prince Albion's celebration is thrown into chaos, a romantic bat and a greedy butler, Gracie Gillypot, Prince Marcus, and their companions endeavor to stop a fiddling zombie from wreaking havoc throughout the Five Kingdoms.
Murphy, Gold Rush dog Hart, Alison, 1950-
"In 1900, a dog named Murphy wants to help Sally and Mama build a new life in Nome, but life in the mining town is not easy. Can the three of them find a home--and maybe a fortune?"--
Little man Mann, Elizabeth, 1948-
On a small Caribbean Island, Albert must face middle school, where he is one of the shortest students, without his best friend who just moved away, but he is able to move past the teasing after getting involved in a troupe of Mocko Jumbies--Stiltwalkers--following a tradition brought by African slaves.
The magic box Falcone, L. M. (Lucy M.), 1951- author.
Max Monroe, after discovering a detective agency in his grandfather's backyard, befriends the ghost of his great-uncle and the two join forces to solve the mystery of a missing birthday girl.
Jim Henson's the Musical Monsters of Turkey Hollow Langridge, Roger (ADP)
House of robots Patterson, James, 1947-
"Fifth-grader Sammy Hayes-Rodriguez struggles to fit in when his inventor mother requires him to take her latest creation, a robotic 'brother,' to school with him to learn to become a student"--
The hole to China Rex, Michael, author, illustrator.
"He's digging a hole to China, in his backyard. He found a free toilet in someone's garbage. He fell into a pigpen with a muddy mega-pig. Icky Ricky is up to his eyeballs in trouble--and ick"--
The haunted library Butler, Dori Hillestad, author.
When his haunt is torn down and he is separated from his ghost family, Kaz befriends human Claire, who has the ability to see ghosts, and helps her investigate a haunting at the local library.
The end of the world Rex, Michael.
"Icky Ricky is up to his eyeballs in trouble and in ick--giving a funeral for a pizza, dealing with a one-eyed squirrel, and dressing up as Bigfoot"--
Dirk Daring, secret agent Becker, Helaine, 1961- author.
The dead disco raccoon Rex, Michael, author, illustrator.
"Icky Ricky has a lot of explaining to do--why he cleaned a house with a leaf blower, why he's storing money in his armpit, and why he let a stuffed dead raccoon drive his soapbox car"--
Curse of the Iris Fry, Jason
The Curse of the Buttons Ylvisaker, Anne
Costume Quest : Invasion of the Candy Snatchers Gorman, Zac/ Chu, Charlie (EDT)
Cool Beans : the further adventures of Beanboy Harkrader, Lisa.
"This sequel to The Adventures of Beanboy combines comic illustrations, a small-town bully facing off against a budding artist, and a rousing, decisive game of dodge ball"--
The broken spell McGann, Erika.
Bored with studying pure theory, Grace and her four best friends jump at the chance to learn practical witchcraft from the glamorous Ms. Gold, but they make a magical mistake that drags the past into the present.
Bombs over London Moss, Marissa.
Instructed by her time-traveling mother to travel to World War I London and steal a German spy's briefcase, thirteen-year-old Mira enjoys meeting famous suffragists and such writers as Arthur Conan Doyle, but soon begins to struggle with whether the changes she has been working for are the right thing to do, or if history should be allowed to unfold without interference.
Blood in the water London, C. Alexander, author.
Cory McNab is a member of the Navy's Marine Mammal Program where he is partnered with a search-and-recovery dolphin named Kaj, and their new mission is to help locate a spy submersible lost in North Korean waters--but first they have to win the trust of the Navy SEALs who are assigned to deal with the problem.
Blockbuster Larry, H. I.
Zac is invited to the premiere of a new spy movie in Hollywood, but after discovering a mysterious microchip with brainwashing technology, he must stop the evil plot from unfolding.
Ariol : Bizzbilla hits the bullseye Guibert, Emmanuel, author.
Ariol visits Dr. Cantharide, the ophthalmologist, and his friend Bizzbilla's father, for his annual eye test, but finds that Bizzbilla has a different idea about the appointment.
Aw Yeah Comics 2 Baltazar, Art/ Baltazar, Franco (ILT)
Autumn's secret gift Allen, Elise, author.
In Mother Nature's realm, sisters Autumn, Winter, Spring, and Summer are nature's royalty, responsible for each magical turn of the seasons, but Autumn has lost a special gift from Mother Nature and her sisters must help her find it.
Ambassador Alexander, William (William Joseph), 1976-
Appointed Earth's ambassador to the universe, twelve-year-old Gabe Fuentes faces two sets of "alien" problems when he discovers his parents are illegal aliens and face deportation and the Earth is in the path of a destructive alien force causing multiplemass extinctions.
Adventure time. Volume 5 North, Ryan, 1980- author.
When one of her experiments goes wrong while Jake and Finn are away, threatening all of the land of Ooo, Princess Bubblegum must clean up her own mess.
The (totally not) guaranteed guide to friends, foes & faux friends McCafferty, Megan.
"Twelve-year-old Jessica Darling receives another cryptic list from her older sister, Bethany. While hosting a slumber party and planning a Halloween costume, Jessica tries to navigate the seventh grade social scene, with mixed results"--
Zombie elementary : the real story Whitehouse, Howard, 1958- author.
After he is almost eaten by one of his classmates, zombie-hunting fourth grader Larry Mullet and his friends fight back against the zombies who have invaded their school.
The year of the rat : a novel Lin, Grace.
In the Chinese Year of the Rat, a young Taiwanese American girl faces many challenges: her best friend moves to California and a new boy comes to her school, she must find the courage to forge ahead with her dream of becoming a writer and illustrator, andshe must learn to find the beauty in change.
Winx Club 1-9 : Magic Collection Yu, Amy (EDT)
Winter's flurry adventure Allen, Elise.
When Flurry, a pet polar bear, becomes jealous and runs off to play with the Weeds, who are always causing trouble, the adventurous Winter will need the help of all of her enchanted Sparkle Sisters to get him back.
Where's Waldo? Handford, Martin.
The reader follows Waldo as he hikes around the world and must try to find him in the illustrations of some of the crowded places he visits.
Where's Waldo now? Handford, Martin.
The reader follows Waldo as he travels through different time periods in history and must try to find him in the illustrations of some of the crowded events in which he participates.
War of the world records : a Fantastic family Whipple novel Ward, Matthew (Children's writer)
When the rivalry between the Whipples and the Goldwins escalates to an all-out war as the World Record World Championships draw near, recordless Arthur Whipple and his unlikely ally Ruby Goldwin unravel the mystery of the Lyon's Curse and the secrets of their fathers' shared past.
Viminy Crowe's comic book Jocelyn, Marthe, author.
When Wylder Wallace spills his lunch on Addy Crowe at ComicFest then discovers that her uncle is a steampunk comic artist, Wylder embarks on a series of adventures with Addy involving the loss of her pet rat and the unfolding of a comic book story.
Walking home Walters, Eric, 1957- author.
When sudden political violence gets their father killed and destroys their home in Kenya, siblings Muchoki and Jata travel hundreds of kilometers in a desperate search for their last remaining family.
Then there were five Enright, Elizabeth, 1909-1968.
A summer that promises to be eventful turns into something extra special when the four Melendy children become friends with the orphaned Mark Heron.
Tales of the great beasts Mull, Brandon/ Eliopulos, Nick/ Merrell, Billy/ Brown, Gavin/ Seife, Emily
Follows the adventures of four noble animals who sacrifice everything to protect their homes from a mad king in the world of Erdas.
Stage fright Cabot, Meg.
Allie's theatrical hopes are crushed when, instead of being cast as the princess, she is given the role of the evil queen in the fourth-grade class play.
Spring's sparkle sleepover Allen, Elise, author.
Although Spring is nervous about her first sleepover, Winter's Snowflake Slumber Party is great fun until a storm frightens Spring into leaving early, but she musters her courage to lead her sisters into the Barrens when the Weeds steal Mother Nature's scepter.
Spiderweb for two : a Melendy maze Enright, Elizabeth, 1909-1968.
Left alone when Rush, Mark, and Mona go away to boarding school, Randy and Oliver are lonely and bored until a mysterious letter brings the first of many clues to a mystery that takes all winter to solve.
Showcase presents Captain Carrot and his amazing zoo crew! Thomas, Roy/ Conway, Gerry/ Shaw, Scott/ Andru, Ross (CON)/ Smith, Bob (CON)
"Shouldn't you be in school?" Snicket, Lemony, author.
Young Lemony Snicket investigates a rash of fires that have plagued the town of Stain'd-by-the-Sea, revealing secrets that involve the Department of Education and the notorious villain Hangfire.
Rogue Knight Mull, Brandon, 1974-
When the hunt for his lost friends leads Cole Randolph to the kingdom of Elloweer, he and new friends Mira, Twitch, and Jace team up with the resistance movement to search for Mira's sister, Honor, but enemies abound and Cole and Mira must use a new kindof magic to protect themselves.
Return to Gone-Away Enright, Elizabeth, 1909-1968.
Eleven-year-old Portia and her family return with cousin Julian to the site they visited the previous summer, this time to take possession of a large Victorian house, unoccupied for fifty years and full of treasures and secrets.
The Pushcart War Merrill, Jean.
The outbreak of a war between truck drivers and pushcart peddlers brings the mounting problems of traffic to the attention of both the city of New York and the world.
Poppy's return Avi, 1937-
Poppy, accompanied by her troublesome son Junior, his skunk friend, and Uncle Ereth the porcupine, responds to a summons to return to her ancestral home, Gray House, to save the mice there from destruction by a bulldozer.
Poppy and Rye Avi, 1937-
When their home next to a brook is destroyed by beavers, a large family of golden mice is aided by Poppy the deer mouse and her grumpy porcupine friend, who in the process forges a relationship with the son he had abandoned.
Poppy and Ereth Avi, 1937-
After a long, hard winter in Dimwood forest, Poppy the deer mouse finds new adventure thrust upon her while rescuing Ereth the porcupine from the mud.
The paper cowboy Levine, Kristin (Kristin Sims), 1974-
In a small town near Chicago in 1953, twelve-year-old Tommy faces escalating problems at home, among his Catholic school friends, and with the threat of a communist living nearby, but taking over his hospitalized sister's paper route introduces him to neighbors who he comes to rely on for help.
The new girl Cabot, Meg.
Guided by her rules, nine-year-old Allie works to get past being just the new girl at school, eagerly awaits the arrival of her kitten, and faces turmoil when her grandmother visits while the family is still settling into their new home.
Flute Quartet in C Major - A Score for Flute, Violin, Viola and Cello K.Anh.171 Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
The Complete Poetical Works of John Greenleaf Whittier Whittier, John Greenleaf
Sister Parish : American Style Wood, Martin
Tarzan - the Broadway Musical Collins, Phil (COP)
Seeing Gray in a World of Black and White : Thoughts on Religions, Morality, and Politics Hamilton, Adam
The rough guide to the Dordogne & the Lot Dodd, Jan, author.
Rat pack confidential Sirett, Paul.
Quilt as-you-go made modern : fresh techniques for busy quilters Brandvig, Jera, 1985-
The New York Regional Mormon Singles Halloween Dance Baker, Elna.
The presence : experiencing more of God Rowlands, Alec.
My Tibetan childhood : when ice shattered stone Naktsang Nulo.
Mitten Strings for God : Reflections for Mothers in a Hurry Kenison, Katrina
My Flourescent God Guppy, Joe
Minding the earth, mending the world : Zen and the art of planetary crisis Murphy, Susan, 1950- author.
"Shunryu Suzuki Roshi founded the San Francisco Zen Center in 1962, and after fifty years we have seen a fine group of Zen masters trained in the west take up the mantle and extend the practice of Zen in ways that might have been hard to imagine in thosefirst early years. Susan Murphy, one of Robert Aitken's students and dharma heirs, is one of the finest in this group of young Zen teachers. She is also a fine writer, and following on the teaching of her Roshi she has engaged her spiritual work in the ordinary world, dealing with the practice of daily life and with the struggles of all beings. We know that our earth is in crisis, but is the situation beyond repair? Are we on a path of planetary disaster where the only proper response is to prepare for our melancholic dystopian future? Is there a way out of our suspicious cynicism? In the tradition of Thomas Berry, using this spiritual opportunity to change the very nature of our crisis, Susan Murphy offers a profound message, subtly presented with clarity and assurance, showing that engaged Buddhism provides a possible path to the necessary repair and healing"--
Masterful marks : cartoonists who changed the world Beauchamp, Monte (EDT)
"In a first-of-its-kind collection, award-winning illustrators celebrate the lives of the visionary artists who created the world of comic art and altered pop culture forever. No one has told the story of comic art in its own medium, until now. In Masterful Marks, top illustrators--including Drew Friedman, Nora Krug, Denis Kitchen, and Peter Kuper--reveal how sixteen visionary cartoonists overcame massive financial, political, and personal challenges to create a new form of art that now defines our world. Superhero comics didn't exist until two teenagers from Cleveland created the first superhero of all time: Superman. Advertising artist Theodor Geisel released his first book in 1937 as Dr. Seuss--and children's literature was never the same. Charles M.Schulz's perseverance and passion gave the world Peanuts, the world's most famous comic strip. Featuring these tales, and profiling such giants as Walt Disney, Robert Crumb, and the creators of MAD, Tintin, and manga, Masterful Marks illustrates how graphic storytelling became such a rich and popular medium. Masterful Marks is a stunning portrait of the comic art's aesthetic heritage and a powerful story of how creative vision can change the world"--
Margaret Callahan : Mother of Northwest Art Callahan, Tobey
How to Quinoa : life lessons from my imaginary well-dressed daughter Beveridge, Tiffany, author.
The Holy Land key : unlocking end-times prophecy through the lives of God's people in Israel Bentley, Ray (Pastor)
Choupette : the private life of a high-flying fashion cat Lagerfeld, Karl, photographer.
Dordogne, Bordeaux & the southwest coast Boireau-Tartarat, Suzanne, author.
Charles M. Russell : the life and legend of America's cowboy artist Taliaferro, John, 1952-
Aladdin : Broadway Musical: Piano Menken, Alan (COP)
Beyond belief : finding the strength to come back Hamilton, Josh, 1981-
Across this land : a regional geography of the United States and Canada Hudson, John C.
52 uncommon dates : a couple's adventure guide for praying, playing, and staying together Southern, Randy.
" We know we should do it. We talk about it and acknowledge the benefits, yet most couples find praying together is somewhat awkward, intimidating, or something we lack the time for. It's time to experience a breath of fresh air... in prayer. 52 Uncommon Dates ignites a prayerful and playful connection in a way that feels natural for couples to schedule and relate to real life. Fun, creative, and spiritually engaging, this powerful resource will revive the relational, physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of your relationship, one date at a time"--
Widow's walk off-grid to self-reliance : an inspiring, true story of courage and determination Dodds, Anne
On the historicity of Jesus : why we might have reason for doubt Carrier, Richard, 1969- author.
Tales of the Batman : Len Wein Wein, Len.
"These tales from the 1970s are written by Len Wein, co-creator of Swamp Thing and Wolverine and writer of BEFORE WATCHMEN: OZYMANDIAS. In this new hardcover, Batman battles the villainy of The Joker, The Riddler, Catwoman, Mr. Freeze, Ra's al Ghul and many others. Collects Detective Comics #408, #444-448, #466, #478-479, #500, #514, Batman #307-310, #312-319, #321-324, #326-327, World's Finest Comics #207, DC Retroactive Batman - The 70s, Untold Legends of the Batman #1-3, Batman Black and White #5"--
Agatha Heterodyne & the hammerless bell : a gaslamp fantasy with adventure, romance & mad science Foglio, Kaja.
Frostbite : a Vampire Academy graphic novel Dragoon, Leigh.
Retold in graphic novel format, guardian-in-training Rose faces everything from misunderstandings between friends to fights among factions of Moroi during a school skiing trip as reports of horrific Strigoi attacks raise tensions, ultimately leading Roseand some of those closest to her into a battle that teaches her much about life, death, and love.
Castle waiting. The Definitive Edition Volume II Medley, Linda.
Batman: Arkham Asylum : living hell, the deluxe edition Slott, Dan, author.
"ARKHAM ASYLUM: LIVING HELL examines the dark underbelly of Gotham's notorious "House of Madness!" Warren White, one of Gotham's most successful financiers, thought he could beat his jail rap by pleading insanity. Now he's finding out why you don't cop aninsanity plea in Gotham! Expect appearances by Batman, The Joker, Two-Face, Poison Ivy, Killer Croc, and the rest of Arkham's regulars -- plus the debut of several new Rogues! This new deluxe edition collects the miniseries in hardcover for the first time, and features new sketch material from superstar artist Ryan Sook"--
The graphic canon. Volume 3 : from Heart of Darkness to Hemingway to Infinite Jest
The graphic canon. Volume 2 : from "Kubla Khan" to the Brontë Sisters to The picture of Dorian Gray
The graphic canon. Volume 1 : from the epic of Gilgamesh to Shakespeare to Dangerous liaisons
Contemporary artists and illustrators reimagine great works of literature from around the world.
By Night the Mountain Burns Laurel, Juan Tomas Avila/ Soutar, Jethro (TRN)
What did you eat yesterday? 4 Yoshinaga, Fumi, 1971- author, artist.
Think Tank 3 Hawkins, Matt/ Ekedal, Rahsan (ILT)
Sherlock Bones 7 Ando, Yuma/ Sato, Yuki (ILT)
The Sixth Gun 7 : Not the Bullet, But the Fall Bunn, Cullen/ Hurtt, Brian (ILT)/ Crabtree, Bill (ART)
The rise of Aurora West Petty, J. T. (John T.) author.
Aurora West, daughter of Arcopolis's last great hero, seeks to uncover the mystery of her mother's death, and to find her place in a world overrun with monsters and corruption.
Phantom thief Jeanne. 4 Tanemura, Arina, author, artist.
Is this a zombie? 8 Saachi, artist.
Goong : the royal palace. Vol. 16 Pak, So-hŭi, 1978- author, artist.
Five Weapons: Tyler's Revenge 2 Robinson, Jimmie/ Tavishati, Laura (EDT)
Buddha 6 Tezuka, Osamu, 1928-1989.
The Cartoon Guide to Algebra Gonick, Larry
Buddha 2 Tezuka, Osamu, 1928-1989.
Slow dancing with a stranger : lost and found in the age of Alzheimer's Comer, Meryl.
"A profoundly personal, unflinching account of Meryl Comer's husband's battle with Alzheimer's disease that serves as a much-needed wake-up call to better understand and address a progressive and deadly affliction"--
Saving Baby : how one woman's love for a racehorse led to her redemption Normile, Jo Anne.
The world of late antiquity : AD 150-750 Brown, Peter Robert Lamont.
White girls Als, Hilton, author.
Weaving together his brilliant analyses of literature, art, and music with fearless insights on race, gender, and history. The result is an extraordinary, complex portrait of "white girls," as Als dubs them--an expansive but precise category that encompasses figures as diverse as Truman Capote and Louise Brooks, Malcolm X and Flannery O'Connor. In pieces that hairpin between critique and meditation, fiction and nonfiction, high culture and low, the theoretical and the deeply personal, Als presents a stunning portrait of a writer by way of his subjects, and an invaluable guide to the culture of our time.
The serpent handlers : three families and their faith Brown, Fred W., 1941-
Saved by the Bell Guide to Life Running Press (COR)
Salvation on Sand Mountain : snake handling and redemption in southern Appalachia Covington, Dennis.
San Diego then & now Hendrickson, Nancy, 1947 February 9-
Rotherham Emphasized Bible : A Literal Translation Rotherhan, Joseph B.
Nicholas Nixon : 40 Years of the Brown Sisters Nixon, Nicholas (PHT)/ Meister, Sarah Hermanson (AFT)
The private sketchbook of George T. Morgan : America's silver dollar artist Lee, Karen M.
My grandfather's gallery : a family memoir of art and war Sinclair, Anne, author.
"A singular man in the history of modern art, betrayed by Vichy, is the subject of this riveting family memoir On September 20, 1940, one of the most famous European art dealers disembarked in New York, one of hundreds of Jewish refugees fleeing Vichy France. Leaving behind his beloved Paris gallery, Paul Rosenberg had managed to save his family, but his paintings--modern masterpieces by Ce,zanne, Monet, Sisley, and others--were not so fortunate. As he fled, dozens of works were seized by Nazi forces andthe art dealer's own legacy was eradicated. More than half a century later, Anne Sinclair uncovered a box filled with letters. "Curious in spite of myself," she writes, "I plunged into these archives, in search of the story of my family. To find out whomy mother's father really was. a man hailed as a pioneer in the world of modern art, who then became a pariah in his own country during the Second World War. I was overcome with a desire to fit together the pieces of this French story of art and war."Drawing on her grandfather's intimate correspondence with Picasso, Matisse, Braque, and others, Sinclair takes us on a personal journey through the life of a legendary member of the Parisian art scene in My Grandfather's Gallery. Rosenberg's story is emblematic of millions of Jews, rich and poor, whose lives were indelibly altered by World War II. Sinclair's journey to reclaim her family history paints a picture of modern art on both sides of the Atlantic between the 1920s and 1950s that reframes twentieth-century art history"--
Man-Eaters of Kumaon Corbett, Jim
The man called Cash : the life, love, and faith of an American legend Turner, Steve, 1949-
Hyrule Warriors : Prima Official Game Guide Prima Games (COR)
Ghosts of Gone Birds : Ressurrecting Lost Species Through Art Aldhous, Chris/ Martin, Jim (EDT)
God and gold : Britain, America, and the making of the modern world Mead, Walter Russell.
"An illuminating account of the birth, the rise, and the continuing rise, of a global political and economic system that rested first on the power of Britain and rests today on that of the United States--and now faces a new set of formidable challenges"--Provided by publisher.
The game plan : the art of building a winning football team Polian, Bill, author.
The five silent years of Corrie ten Boom Moore, Pamela Rosewell.
Edgar A. Poe : mournful and never-ending remembrance Silverman, Kenneth.
Did Muhammad Exist? : An Inquiry into Islam's Obscure Origins Spencer, Robert
Ancient Egypt : State and Society Lloyd, Alan B.
Breatheology : The Art of Conscious Breathing Severinsen, stig Avall/ Goldsmith, Mark Colberg (EDT)/ Kampf, Constance (EDT)/ Trubridge, Brittany (EDT)
Weight in America: Obesity, Eating Disorders, and Other Health Risks Gale
World Poverty Gale
Minorities: Race and Ethnicity in America Gale
Space Exploration: Triumphs and Tragedies Gale
Health and Wellness: Illness Among Americans Gale
Death and Dying: End-Of-Life Controversies Gale
Endangered Species: Protecting Biodiversity Gale
Careers and Occupations: Looking to the Future Gale
What the fork are you eating? : an action plan for your pantry and plate Sacks, Stefanie.
"When your grocery list is full of items labeled "low-fat," "sugar-free," and even "natural," it's easy to assume that you're making healthy choices. Yet even some of those seemingly wholesome offerings contain chemical preservatives, pesticides, and artificial flavors and coloring that negatively affect your health. In WHAT THE FORK ARE YOU EATING?, a practical guide written by certified chef and nutritionist Stefanie Sacks, we learn exactly what the most offensive ingredients in our food are and how wecan remove (or at least minimize) them in our diets. Sacks gives us an aisle-by-aisle rundown of how to shop for healthier items and create simple, nutritious, and delicious meals, including more than forty of her own recipes"--
Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to Sharpening Lie-nielsen Toolworks (COR)
Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to Using Woodworking Tools Lonnie Bird, Inc. (COR)
Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide to Jigs & Fixtures Nagyszalanczy, Sandor
Selling Your House : Nolo's Essential Guide Bray, Ilona/ Schroeder, Alayna
Real Life Paleo : 175 Gluten-free Recipes, Meal Ideas, and an Easy 3-phased Approach to Lose Weight & Gain Health Toth, Stacy/ McCarry, Matthew/ Buxton, Aimee (PHT)/ Ballantyne, Sarah (FRW)
The Practitioner's Guide to Web Development General Assembly/ Toksu, Kerime B.
The Practitioner's Guide to User Experience Design General Assembly/ Miller, Luke
Pocket Pies : Mini Empanadas, Pasties, Turnovers & More Clark, Pamela
The Opposite of Spoiled : Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money Lieber, Ron
Nolo's essential guide to buying your first home Bray, Ilona M., 1962-
Natural Beauty Dorling Kindersley, Inc. (COR)
Living well, spending less : 12 secrets of the good life Soukup, Ruth, 1978-
"Ruth Soukup is the very successful founder and writer of the popular blog Living Well, Spending Less. In this, her first book, she shares some of her own journey to finding the Good Life and also provides her readers with all the practical advice and real life help they need to give their family a truly abundant life on a realistic and healthy budget"--
Logic Pro X for dummies English, Graham, author.
Getting Started With Cnc Ford, Edward
Garlic, an edible biography : the history, politics, and mythology behind the world's most pungent food : with over 100 recipes Cherry, Robin.
"Garlic weaves a colorful, engaging story about one of the world's timeless ingredients--perfect for food lovers, devoted eaters, and readers of culinary narrative. Garlic is the Lord Byron of produce, a lusty rogue that charms and seduces you, but runs off before dawn leaving a bad taste in your mouth. Called everything from "rustic cure-all" to "Russian penicillin," "Bronx vanilla," and "Italian perfume," garlic has been loved, worshiped, and despised throughout history. Robin Cherry's Garlic is an "edible biography" of one of the foundational ingredients of world cooking. While this book does not claim that garlic saved civilization (though it might cure whatever ails you), it does take us on a grand tour of garlic's fascinating role in history, medicine, literature, and art, its controversial role in bigotry, mythology, and superstition, and its indispensable contribution to the great cuisines of the world. But just to make sure the appetite doesn't feel slighted, over 75 recipes that feature garlic are included too, from Italy's Pasta Aglio Olio to China's Good Fortune Garlic Lettuce. Garlic is a compelling story about an elemental, earthy, and rustic food with truly deep roots"--
Flourishing enterprise : the new spirit of business Laszlo, Christopher, author.
The Everyday Supermodel : My Beauty, Fashion, and Wellness Secrets Made Simple Sims, Molly
Cupcakes and Mini Cakes Dorling Kindersley, Inc. (COR)
Clutter free Lipp, Kathi, 1967-
Couture Sewing : The Couture Skirt: More Sewing Secrets from a Chanel Collector Shaeffer, Claire B.
The American vice presidency : from irrelevance to power Witcover, Jules.
Theseus and the Minotaur Pommaux, Yvan.
While you were napping Offill, Jenny, 1968-
A child tells an outlandish tale of what took place while a younger sibling was taking a nap.
The terrible two Barnett, Mac.
When master prankster Miles Murphy moves to sleepy Yawnee Valley, he challenges the local, mystery prankster in an epic battle of tricks but soon the two join forces to pull off the biggest prank ever seen.
Survive! inside the human body. the circulatory system Song, Seok-young, author.
Dr. Brain and Geo are still trapped inside Phoebe and take an unwilling ride through her circulatory system.
Fear the amoeba Holm, Jennifer L.
Afraid to watch horror movies with his friend, Pod, Squish the amoeba feels better after learning that even comic book superheroes get scared sometimes.
Strike of the sweepers Whitesides, Tyler, author.
Spencer, Daisy, and their team witness a Sweeper warlock eat Professor DeFleur whole and they must once again launch into a fight against evil.
Squanto and the miracle of Thanksgiving Metaxas, Eric.
Describes how the Massachusetts Indian Squanto was captured by the British, sold into slavery in Spain, and ultimately returned to the New World to become a guide and friend for the Pilgrims.
Sonic saga series. Mogul Rising 6, Mogul rising Flynn, Ian, 1982- author.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 : The Chase Sonic Scribes (COR)
Skating Shoes Streatfeild, Noel
Second chances Schwab, Victoria, author.
Assisting Caroline, who is being bullied at an all-girls' prep school, guardian angel Aria works to uncover the hidden pain that afflicts both Caroline and her former best friend, who has become the bullies' ringleader.
Singer Trilogy Miller, Calvin
Seasons Blexbolex, 1966-
Explores, through brief text and illustrations, various aspects of each season of the year.
Searching for Silverheels Mobley, Jeannie.
In Colorado during World War I, a young, romantically minded girl and an old, bitter woman suffragist debate a local legend and examine the role of women in a time of war and prejudice.
Rush Revere and the American Revolution : time-travel adventures with exceptional Americans Limbaugh, Rush H.
When substitute middle-school history teacher Rush Revere takes his students back in time to eighteenth-century Massachusetts, they witness the Battle of Lexington and learn about the Declaration of Independence.
Rainmaker Markey, Kevin.
The Rambletown Rounders want to end their last season together with a fun-filled rafting trip and a championship win, but star pitcher Slingshot Slocum hits a slump, believing the drenching rains that threaten to ruin their adventure are his fault.
The redcoats are coming! Hering, Marianne, author.
Cousins Beth and Patrick travel back to colonial Massachusetts to deliver a letter to Paul Revere, but are soon accused of being Loyalist spies.
The problem with not being scared of monsters Richards, Dan, 1966- author.
A young boy discovers that not being afraid of monsters complicates his life when they become a bit too friendly, until he comes up with a solution for dealing with the cast of misbehaving monsters.
The Niagara Falls mystery Warner, Gertrude Chandler, 1890-1979.
While sightseeing in Niagara Falls, the Boxcar children investigate a rash of souvenir store thefts. Includes related puzzles, games, and activities.
Never talk to strangers Joyce, Irma.
Discusses different situations to help make important distinctions between people who are "safe" and people to avoid.
Magic at the Bed & Biscuit Carris, Joan Davenport.
The family of animals at the Bed and Biscuit are expected to welcome and help protect Malicia, a mean-spirited city chicken who tours with a magic show, but all are afraid of her temper and powers.
The mystery in New York Warner, Gertrude Chandler, 1890-1979.
While visiting a friend in New York City, the Aldens investigate the theft of a valuable diamond.
Kiss the dust Laird, Elizabeth.
Her father's involvement with the Kurdish resistance movement in Iraq forces thirteen-year-old Tara to flee with her family over the border into Iran, where they face an unknown future.
Letters of the West : an ABC book of the many plants, animals, and other curious features of the West Walch, Michelle, author.
"Flora and fauna of the wilderness is captured in this artistic alphabet book by author Michelle E. Walch and artist John Maddin. Filled with a variety of landscape marvels, Letters of the West invites younger readers to learn their ABCs through delightfully bold and whimsical illustrations."--
Kingdom Hearts 358 Amano, Shiro, author.
Even though Xion is left unconscious and out of commission after failing her last mission, Roxas doesn't have time to worry about his friend because he's been ordered to go to Wonderland with Organization XIII's No. 10: the Gambler of Fate, Luxord.
The kids book of Canadian history Hacker, Carlotta.
Looks at the history of Canada, from its early indigenous inhabitants and their first contact with Europeans to the contemporary cultural and scientific achievements of the Canadian people.
Island of legends McMann, Lisa, author.
Divided by their society into Wanted and Unwanted at thirteen, estranged twin brothers Aaron and Alex have both run into trouble--as mage of Artime, Alex must defend the island from attack, while Aaron continues to scheme to take over the islands and getrid of the Unwanteds altogether.
I sing a song of the saints of God Scott, Lesbia.
A page of music is included for this hymn praising the saints who have gone before us and those we meet in our daily lives. Also includes brief biographies of six saints.
The great shark mystery Warner, Gertrude Chandler, 1890-
While visiting an aquarium in Florida, the Aldens discover that the Ocean Adventure Park's great white shark has a very human enemy.
The home run mystery Warner, Gertrude Chandler, 1890-1979.
The Aldens discover that one of Pikesville's little league coaches has been cheating all season, which is somehow related to a plan to raze the town's historic baseball field.
Everblaze Messenger, Shannon.
Sophie's talents are getting stronger and, with the elusive Black Swan group ignoring her calls for help, she is determined to find her kidnappers but a daring mistake pushes her world to the edge of war, and soon she has exposed a major conspiracy that could threaten all she loves.
The Dark Portal Foley, E. G.
The contract Jeter, Derek, 1974- author.
In Kalamazoo, Michigan, eight-year-old Derek Jeter, who dreams of playing for the New York Yankees, learns what it takes to be a champion on and off the field.
Clara and Davie Polacco, Patricia.
Cast away on the letter A : a Philemon adventure Fred, 1931- author, artist.
"Young dreamer Philemon lives in the countryside, until one day he falls down a well and finds himself in a parallel world of islands that form the letters of the word Atlantic Ocean. Together with the strange characters he meets there, Philemon must findhis way home"--
The candy factory mystery Warner, Gertrude Chandler, 1890-1979.
When the Aldens have the chance to work at a candy factory, they try to find out who is sabotaging the candy and why.
Book of Elements : Air & Earth Grosset & Dunlap (COR)
The bone trail Stewart, Paul, 1955- author.
Micah and his friends continue to protect the dragon-like Wyrmes of the Wyrmeweald from the Kith bandits that hunt them for profit, even as the Kith attacks grow bolder and the Whitewyrm calls for the Wyrmes to prepare for a battle.
Bloodhoney Stewart, Paul, 1956- author.
While Micah, Eli, and wryme-rider Thrace stay safely sheltered in a winter den, a brutal assassin hunts for them fueled by bloodhoney and vengenance.
Bird & Squirrel on ice Burks, James (James R.) author, artist.
When Bird and Squirrel crash land in the South Pole during a raging blizzard, Bird is taken away by a horde of penguins intent on feeding him to a killer whale as a sacrifice, and Squirrel must hatch a crazy plan to escape.
Black Stallion's Filly Farley, Walter
Big Nate, Mr. Popularity Peirce, Lincoln, author, illustrator.
When Nate decides to run for school office, he asks for Francis's help in triumphing over the popular kids.
Behind the bit Burhkart, Jessica.
Sasha is excited to attend an exclusive equestrian clinic over midwinter break, but becomes worried when she discovers rivals Callie, Heather, Alison, and Julia have also been invited.
5,000 awesome facts (About everything!) 2 Beer, Julie, author.
Provides five thousand facts about everything from water parks and hair to manners and fossils.
The Whole30 Handbook : Your Official Guide to the Whole30 Program Hartwig, Dallas/ Hartwig, Melissa
Unichef : Top Chefs Unite in Support of the World's Children Gumbel, Hilary/ Meyers, Kate/ Mowbray, Scott/ Kaye, Danny (FRW)
Train wreck : the forensics of rail disasters Bibel, G. D. (George D.)
Sweet treats for the holidays : edible creations for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and more! Cox, Norene, 1965-
The top technologies every librarian needs to know Varnum, Kenneth J., 1967-
Supernatural : meetings with the ancient teachers of mankind Hancock, Graham.
The author investigates ancient shamanic traditions in order to understand what gave birth to civilization and the modern human mind.
Riches within your reach! : containing : The god in you, The magic word, The secret of power, and The law of the higher potential Collier, Robert, 1885-1950.
Perfect poison : a female serial killer's deadly medicine Phelps, M. William.
Ravens in Winter Heinrich, Bernd
The pastor's wife : the true story of a minister and the shocking death that divided a family Fanning, Diane.
Nourishing broth : an old-fashioned remedy for the modern world Fallon, Sally.
"The follow-up book to the hugely best-selling Nourishing Traditions, which has sold over 500,000 copies, this time focusing on the immense health benefits of bone broth by the founder of the popular Weston A Price Foundation. NOURISHING BROTH: An Old-Fashioned Remedy for the Modern World Nourishing Traditions examines where the modern food industry has hurt our nutrition and health through over-processed foods and fears of animal fats. NOURISHING BROTH will continue the look at the culinary practicesof our ancestors, and it will explain the immense health benefits of homemade bone broth due to the gelatin and collagen that is present in real bone broth (vs. broth made from powders). NOURISHING BROTH will explore the science behind broth's unique combination of amino acids, minerals and cartilage compounds. Some of the benefits of such broth are: quick recovery from illness and surgery, the healing of pain and inflammation, increased energy from better digestion, lessening of allergies, recovery fromCrohn's disease and a lessening of eating disorders because the fully balanced nutritional program lessens the cravings which make most diets fail. Diseases that bone broth can help heal are: Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, Psoriasis, Infectious Disease, digestive disorders, even Cancer, and it can help our skin and bones stay young. In addition, the book will serve as a handbook for various techniques for making broths-from simple chicken broth to rich, clear consommé, to shrimp shell stock. A variety of interesting stock-based recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner from throughout the world will complete the collection and help everyone get more nutrition in their diet. "--
Learn or die : using science to build a leading-edge learning organization Hess, Edward D.
Never Trust a Skinny Italian Chef Bottura, Massimo/ Francescana, Osteria/ Benvenuto, Carlo (PHT)/ Graziani, Stefano (PHT)
Kitten Clone : Inside Alcatel-Lucent Coupland, Douglas
How to be rich : compact wisdom from the world's greatest wealth-builders including Napoleon Hill, Joseph Murphy, Wallace D. Wattles, Robert Collier, and more Hill, Napoleon/ Murphy, Joseph/ Wattles, Wallace D./ Collier, Robert/ Horan, Patricia G. (EDT)
Designing training Hawks, Melanie.
Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness for the Family Bradley, Arthur T., Ph.D.
Crapitalism : liberals who make millions swiping your tax dollars Mattera, Jason.
"New York Times bestselling author and ambush journalist Jason Mattera sets his sights on his next big target: crony liberals, including Al Gore, Carlos Slim, Harry Reid, and Jay Z, whose riches come at taxpayer expense. From billionaire business tycoonslike George Soros and Warren Buffett to movie industry moguls like Jeffrey Katzenberg and Stephen Spielberg, American liberals are using government breaks and shortcuts to pervert the free market. These "rich bastards" leverage crony connections to bag millions for phony "green companies" that go bust, vacuum public coffers to build glitzy stadiums, utilize little-known tax loopholes to loot $1.5 billion for Hollywood movies, and more. They use government to rig the game in their favor and leave taxpayers holding the bill. And when government gets in the business of picking winners and losers through bailouts and tax breaks, free market competition begins to atrophy. That's what big government leftists--and corporate Republicans-in-name-only--want to happen. In this explosive, funny-as-hell investigative expose,, Mattera reveals the infuriating schemes that result when the filthy rich combine cronyism and capitalism. Crapitalism pulls back the curtain on a cast of cronyites who make millions taking advantage of taxpayers--and still brag about how they're looking out for the little guy"--
Conspiracy Theory in America Dehaven-Smith, Lance
Cicchetti : and other small Italian plates to share Wildsmith, Lindy.
The Brother : The Untold Story of the Rosenberg Case Roberts, Sam
Beating the lunch box blues : fresh ideas for lunches on the go! Hirsch, J. M.
"Nobody wants a lunch cookbook. Especially not a lunch box cookbook. Because in the morning rush most of us aren't going to break out a recipe to bang out a brown bag special. What busy people need are ideas. And lots of them. If they're healthy, fun, easy and fall on the hipper end of the foodie spectrum, even better. That's what Beating the Lunch Box Blues is - an idea book to inspire anyone daunted by the daily ordeal of packing lunch. This is an un-cookbook, a collection of 180 delicious ideas for thinking outside the (lunch) box. The format is user friendly -- photos with tips and ideas, not recipes. Because you don't need a recipe to know that a grilled cheese with manchego and fig jam with a side of fruit salad splashed with balsamic is a deliciouslunch. Or that kids and adults will go nuts for a DIY taco kit made from leftover chicken or steak, whole-wheat tortillas, shredded cheese, sour cream and veggies. The result is a cookbook-meets-flipbook approach to thinking about lunch, allowing parentsand kids to page through fresh, healthy ideas for awesome meals. Hirsch also slipped in 30 recipes for fast and flavorful dinners. Because great lunches often are built from the leftovers of killer suppers"--
Ancient Aliens on the Moon Bara, Mike
Around the table : recipes and inspiration for gatherings throughout the year McBride, Martina, author.
Where treetops glisten : three stories of heartwarming courage and Christmas romance during World War II Goyer, Tricia/ Putman, Cara/ Sundin, Sarah
Poisoned apples : poems for you, my pretty Heppermann, Christine.
"Christine Heppermann's powerful collection of free verse poems explore how girls are taught to think about themselves, their bodies, their friends--as consumers, as objects, as competitors. Based on classic fairy tale characters and fairy tale tropes, the poems range from contemporary retellings to first person accounts set within the original stories. From Snow White cottage and Rapunzel's tower to health class and the prom, these poems are a moving depiction of young women, society, and our expectations. Poisoned Apples is a dark, clever, witty, beautiful, and important book for teenage girls, their sisters, their mothers, and their best friends"--
The midnight zoo Hartnett, Sonya.
Twelve-year-old Andrej, nine-year-old Tomas, and their baby sister Wilma flee their Romany encampment when it is attacked by Germans during World War II, and in an abandoned town they find a zoo where the animals tell their stories, helping the children understand what has become of their lives and what it means to be free.
Type talk : the 16 personality types that determine how we live, love, and work Kroeger, Otto.
Life of Fred : geometry Schmidt, Stanley F. (Stanley Fredric), 1944- author.
Zillions of practice problems advanced algebra Schmidt, Stanley F. (Stanley Fredric), 1944-
Life of Fred : beginning algebra Schmidt, Stanley F. (Stanley Fredric), 1944-
Life of Fred : pre-algebra 2 with economics Schmidt, Stanley F. (Stanley Fredric), 1944-
Life of Fred : pre-algebra 1 with biology Schmidt, Stanley F. (Stanley Fredric), 1944-
Life of Fred : pre-algebra 0 with physics Schmidt, Stanley F. (Stanley Fredric), 1944-
Zang di mi ma : Shen sheng da jie ju = The tibet code. 10 He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma. 9 : yi bu guan yu Xizang de ba ke quan shu shi xiao shuo He, Ma.
Cang di mi ma. Di er ji zhi 7, Qian zai chuan shuo He, Ma.
Ikari : 1 Yoshida, Shūichi.
Ikari : 2 Yoshida, Shūichi.
Zang di mi ma. Zhi 9, Guang zhao xia de cheng bao He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma. Zhi 10, Sheng di Xiangbala He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma. Zhi 1, Zi qi lin chuan shuo He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma. Zhi 2, Pa ba la shen miao He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma. Zhi 7, Guge lain yu He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma. Zhi 8, Si wang xi feng dai He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma 2 : Yi bu quan yu Xi zang de bai ke quan chu shi xiao shuo He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma. 3 He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma. 4 : yi bu quan yu Xi zang de bai ke quan chu shi xiao shuo He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma. Zhi 11, Ming he zhi lu He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma 5 : Yi bu quan yu Xizang de bai ke quan chu shi xiao shuo He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma. Zhi 12, Xiangbala zhi ye He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma di er ji. Zhi 1, Jue hu chong du He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma di er ji. Zhi 2, Que mu wang cheng He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma di er ji. Zhi 4, Wan lang qun xiao He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma di er ji. Zhi 3, Jing jian cao shou shi He, Ma.
Cang di mi ma di er ji zhi 5 : lang zu jin di He, Ma, zhu.
Cang di mi ma He, Ma zuo.
Zang di mi ma. 6 : yi bu guan yu Xizang de bai ke quan shu shi xiao shuo = The Tibet code. 6 He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma. 7 : yi bu guan yu Xizang de bai ke quan chu shi xiao shuo He, Ma.
Zang di mi ma = The tibet code. 8 He, Ma.
Bad bites Beck, Jessica, author.
"When Chief Martin's brother, Chester, is murdered on the day he is supposed to retire, Suzanne's boyfriend, state police inspector Jake Bishop, steps in to take over the case"--Page 4 of cover.
Deadly donuts Beck, Jessica.
A mysterious stranger shows up at Donut Hearts threatening to reveal a deadly secret about Suzanne's late father. Then the stranger is murdered before he can share what he knows. Suzanne and her mother are the main suspects, but it turns out that there are plenty of other people who wouldn't mind seeing the stranger dead!
Custard crime Beck, Jessica, author.
"When the chief of police's ex-wife is found dead, some folks think it was an accident, but Suzanne Hart's boyfriend, State Police Inspector Jake Bishop, knows better"--Page 4 of cover.
Deep fried homicide Beck, Jessica, author.
When Suzanne's boyfriend, Jake, is shot in the line of duty, he comes to April Springs to recuperate. The only problem is the that the man Jake was trying to capture has a partner, a very bad man now intent on seeking revenge. Add another villain returning from Suzanne's own past into the mix, and the donut shop owner's normally tranquil world is suddenly turned upside down.
Sweet suspects Beck, Jessica, author.
Suzanne and Grace must track down a killer when one of their old classmates is murdered at their high school reunion. There are plenty of suspects gathered back together in April Springs for the big event, and more than one former student's secrets thought long buried in the past may end up coming back to haunt them all.
Glazed murder Beck, Jessica.
"Meet Suzanne Hart, owner and operator of Donut Hearts coffee shop in April Springs, North Carolina. After her divorce from Max, an out-of-work actor she's dubbed 'The Great Impersonator,' Suzanne decided to pursue her one true passion in life: donuts. So she cashed in her settlement and opened up shop in the heart of her beloved hometown. But when a dead body is dumped on her doorstep like a sack of flour, Suzanne's cozy little shop becomes an all-out crime scene. Now, everyone in town is dropping by for glazed donuts and gruesome details--and they're all suspects. Soon Suzanne--who finds snooping as irresistible as donuts--is poking holes in everyone's alibis..."--P.  of cover.
Kingdom conspiracy : returning to the radical mission of the local church McKnight, Scot.
Dorothy Parker in her own words Parker, Dorothy, 1893-1967.
The whole life fertility plan : understanding what affects your fertility to help you get pregnant when you want to Phillips, Kyra.
"A proactive and comprehensive guide to help you understand and preserve your fertility options. Does stress affect your fertility? Should you be worried about chemicals in your lipstick? Should you avoid materials made with plastic? How does diet affectyour chance of conception? Should you be eating only organic food? Does acupuncture increase your chances? How old is too old? In THE WHOLE LIFE FERTILITY PLAN, Kyra Phillips and Dr. Jamie Grifo answer all your pressing questions about fertility health-and address things you didn't even know to ask-whether you're planning to wait to have kids or are starting the process now. Phillips spent hers 20s and 30s building her career, and wasn't ready to start a family until she turned 40. She met with Dr. Grifo, the director at the renowned NYU Fertility Health Center, and after an uphill (but ultimately successful) battle on the road to conception, she learned that there were a number of things-simple things-she could have been doing differently over the years that would have made the process smoother. For too long, women have believed that when it came to their fertility, their bodies would cooperate when the time was right. But fertility is not unlike heart health, it's important to be proactive. As womenare becoming increasingly aware of their fertility health and waiting longer to have children, they are starting to take control of their fertility long before they are ready to start trying. Whether you're in your 20s, 30s or 40s, and want to start a family now or down the line, don't leave it up to chance-educate yourself about what affects your fertility so that you can get pregnant when you want to. A proactive and comprehensive guide to help you understand and preserve your fertility options. Doesstress affect your fertility? Should you be worried about chemicals in your lipstick? Should you avoid materials made with p"--
Tactical Fitness : The Elite Strength and Conditioning Program for Warrior Athletes and the Heroes of Tomorrow Smith, Stewart
Start a community food garden : the essential handbook Joy, LaManda.
Rewire Your Anxious Brain : How to Use the Neuroscience of Fear to End Anxiety, Panic, and Worry Pittman, Catherine M./ Karle, Elizabeth M.
Pleasurable weight loss : the secrets to feeling great, losing weight, and loving your life today La Flamme, Jena.
My mysterious son : a life-changing passage between schizophrenia and shamanism Russell, Dick.
"What a father will do to fight the mental illness that has destroyed his son. What does a father do when hope is gone that his only son can ever lead anything close to a 'normal' life? That's the question that haunted Dick Russell in the fall of 2011, when his son, Franklin, was thirty-two. At the age of seventeen, Franklin had been diagnosed with schizophrenia. For years he spent time in and out of various hospitals, and even went through periods of adamantly denying that Dick was actually his father. Amixed-race child, Franklin was handsome, intelligent, and sensitive until his mental illness suddenly took control. After spending the ensuing years trying to build some semblance of a normal father-son relationship, Dick was invited with his son, out ofthe blue, to witness the annual wildlife migration on Africa's Serengeti Plain. Seizing this potential opportunity to repair the damage that both had struggled with, after going through two perilous nights together in Tanzania, ultimately the two-week trip changed both of their lives. Desperately seeking an alternative to the medical model's medication regimen, the author introduces Franklin to a West African shaman in Jamaica. Dick discovers Franklin's psychic capabilities behind the seemingly delusional thought patterns, as well as his artistic talents. Theirs becomes an ancestral quest, the journey finally taking them to the sacred lands of New Mexico and an indigenous healer. For those who understand the pain of mental illness as well the bond between a parent and a child, My Mysterious Son shares the intimate and beautiful story of a father who will do everything in his power to repair his relationship with a young man damaged by mental illness"--
Lentil underground : renegade farmers and the future of food in America Carlisle, Liz.
Make a Raspberry-Pi Controlled Robot : Building a Rover With Python, Linux, Motors, and Sensors Donat, Wolfram
The Irest Program for Healing PTSD : A Proven-Effective Approach to Using Yoga Nidra Meditation and Deep Relaxation Techniques to Overcome Trauma Miller, Richard C.
How to mulch : save water, feed the soil, and suppress weeds Campbell, Stu.
In this moment : five steps to transcending stress using mindfulness and neuroscience Strosahl, Kirk, 1950-
" Little daily hassles can add up to big, big stress. Whether you're stuck in traffic, hauling your kids out the front door in the morning, dealing with a demanding boss, or worrying about money, it's easy to become overwhelmed. Stress is a normal part ofdaily life, but over time, chronic stress can take its toll on both your mental and physical health, leading to everything from anxiety and depression to weight gain and disease. So how can you move past the little hassles that get in the way of fully enjoying life? In This Moment will show you how to find a sense of calm and serenity using a breakthrough, evidence-based program grounded in mindfulness and neuroscience. Imagine feeling stressed, and being able to work through it by paying attention to your thoughts and feelings, moment by moment, no matter where you are or what you're doing. It's not as difficult as it sounds! Written by cofounder of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) Kirk Strosahl and pioneering behavioral health researcher Patricia Robinson, the mindfulness exercises in this book will help you strengthen the parts of your brain that support vitality and a sense of being fully present in the here and now. And with a little practice, you will learn to combat stress in healthy ways, stay balanced, and live a happier life, no matter what challenges arise"--
Homegrown berries : successfully grow your own strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and more. Timber Press
The HD diet : achieve lifelong weight loss with chia seeds and other hydrophilic foods Gilbert, Keren.
"HD is in high demand these days. It's only natural to want everything in sharp focus. But what about health in HD? The HD Diet shows readers how to choose the right foods to ensure a high-definition life. This 12-week plan provides guidelines on incorporating hydrophilic ("water-loving") foods like oats, beans, artichokes, spinach, and apples, along with nutrient-dense hydro-boosters like chia seeds, into a well-balanced diet. When digested, these foods diminish cravings, maintain digestive health, and encourage weight loss. Keren Gilbert also encourages readers to phase out "IF" foods--infrequent foods such as white bread, processed foods, and refined sugar. Readers will find delicious recipes like cinnamon-chia oatmeal, scallop stir-fry shirataki, andPumpkin Yogurt Parfait. The HD Diet focuses on a mind-body approach to weight loss that is both pleasurable and sustainable. With motivational stories from clients (some have lost up to 30 pounds in 12 weeks), detailed shopping lists, daily menu templates, and a strong emphasis on making healthy decisions for life, The HD Diet ensures that every reader will live life in high definition. "--
Epic tomatoes LeHoullier, Craig.
Grow a little fruit tree : simple pruning techniques for small-space, easy-harvest fruit trees Ralph, Ann (Horticulturist)
Conceiving Healthy Babies : An Herbal Guide to Support Preconception, Pregnancy and Lactation Combs, Dawn
The autoimmune solution : prevent and reverse the full spectrum of symptoms and diseases Myers, Amy (Physician)
20 Pounds Younger : The Life-transforming Plan for a Fitter, Sexier You! Promaulayko, Michele/ Tedesco, Laura
Jonathan Livingston Seagull : The Complete Edition Bach, Richard/ Munson, Russell (PHT)
The Brewer of Preston Camilleri, Andrea/ Sartarelli, Stephen (TRN)
Best New Horror : 25th Anniversary Edition Jones, Stephen (EDT)
Africa39 : New Writing from Africa South of the Sahara Allfrey, Ellah Wakatama (EDT)/ Soyinka, Wole (INT)
The Adventure of the Plated Spoon and Other Tales of Sherlock Holmes Estleman, Loren D. (EDT)
The Wisdom of the Beguines : Medieval Women Seeking Independence Swan, Laura
Where have you been? : selected essays Hofmann, Michael, 1957 August 25-
"A collection of essays on poetry and translation from literary critic Michael Hofmann"--
Whipping Boy : The Forty-year Search for My Twelve-year-old Bully Kurzweil, Allen
Weightless : My Life As a Fat Man and How I Escaped Mcbride, Gregg/ Bauer, Joy (FRW)
Washington's revolution : the making of a leader Middlekauf, Robert.
Snow and steel : the Battle of the Bulge, 1944-45 Caddick-Adams, Peter, 1960-
Veiled Warriors : Allied Nurses of the First World War Hallett, Christine E.
Wiley Cpaexcel Exam Review 2014, 4 vol. set.
Seizing Freedom : Slave Emancipation and Liberty for All Roediger, David
More Love, Less Panic : 7 Lessons I Learned About Life, Love, and Parenting After We Adopted Our Son from Ethiopia Knobler, Claude
Patton at the Battle of the Bulge : how the general's tanks turned the tide at Bastogne Barron, Leo.
New York City restaurants 2015. Michelin Travel Publications (COR)
Lonely Planet Pocket Los Angeles Skolnick, A.
The Memory Book : One Woman's Self-discovery in the Mist of the Austro-hungarian Monarchy Fischer, Linda
Leaving Before the Rains Come Fuller, Alexandra
The Last Escaper Tunstall, Peter
The last days of George Armstrong Custer : the true story of the Battle of the Little Bighorn Hatch, Thom, 1946-
The kindness diaries : one man's epic quest to ignite goodwill and transform lives around the world Logothetis, Leon.
"The incredible journey of one man who sets out to circumnavigate the globe on a vintage motorbike fueled by kindness. Follow the inspirational journey of a former stockbroker who leaves his unfulfilling desk job in search of a meaningful life. He sets out from Los Angeles on a vintage motorbike, determined to circumnavigate the globe surviving only on the kindness of strangers. Incredibly, he makes his way across the U.S., through Europe, India, Cambodia, and Vietnam, and finally to Canada and back to the Hollywood sign, by asking strangers for shelter, food, and gas. Again and again, he's won over by the generosity of humanity, from the homeless man who shares his blanket to the poor farmer who helps him with his broken down bike, and the HIV-positivemother who takes him in and feeds him. At each stop, he finds a way to give back to these unsuspecting Good Samaritans in life-changing ways, by rebuilding their homes, paying for their schooling, and leaving behind gifts big and small. The Kindness Diaries will introduce you to a world of adventure, renew your faith in the bonds that connect people, and inspire you to accept and generate kindness in your own life"--
The Italians Hooper, John
The good war : why we couldn't win the war or the peace in Afghanistan Fairweather, Jack.
Global rules : America, Britain and a disordered world Cronin, James E.
Frommer's Easyguide to Los Angeles and San Diego Delsol, Christine/ Mellin, Maribeth
George W. Bush Mann, Jim, 1946-
The forbidden worlds of Haruki Murakami Strecher, Matthew, author.
" In an "other world" composed of language--it could be a fathomless Martian well, a labyrinthine hotel or forest--a narrative unfolds, and with it the experiences, memories, and dreams that constitute reality for Haruki Murakami's characters and readersalike. Memories and dreams in turn conjure their magical counterparts--people without names or pasts, fantastic animals, half-animals, and talking machines that traverse the dark psychic underworld of this writer's extraordinary fiction. Fervently acclaimed worldwide, Murakami's wildly imaginative work in many ways remains a mystery, its worlds within worlds uncharted territory. Finally in this book readers will find a map to the strange realm that grounds virtually every aspect of Murakami's writing. A journey through the enigmatic and baffling innermost mind, a metaphysical dimension where Murakami's most bizarre scenes and characters lurk, The Forbidden Worlds of Haruki Murakami exposes the psychological and mythological underpinnings of this other world. Matthew Carl Strecher shows how these considerations color Murakami's depictions of the individual and collective soul, which constantly shift between the tangible and intangible but in this literary landscape are undeniably real. Through these otherworldly depths The Forbidden Worlds of Haruki Murakami also charts the writer's vivid "inner world," whether unconscious or underworld (what some Japanese critics call achiragawa, or "over there"), and its connectivity to language. Strecher covers all of Murakami's work--including his efforts as a literary journalist--and concludes with the first full-length close reading of the writer's newest novel, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage. "--
Dk Eyewitness Travel Mexico Dorling Kindersley, Inc. (COR)
Dirty Chick : Adventures of an Unlikely Farmer Murphy, Antonia
Dk Eyewitness Travel Chicago Dorling Kindersley, Inc. (COR)
Cathedral : An Illness and a Healing Henderson, Bill
The Devil Is Here in These Hills : West Virginia's Coal Miners and Their Battle for Freedom Green, James
Beyond the Call : The True Story of One World War II Pilot's Covert Mission to Rescue POWs on the Eastern Front Trimble, Lee/ Dronfield, Jeremy
American queen : the rise and fall of Kate Chase Sprague, Civil War "Belle of the North" and gilded age woman of scandal Oller, John.
America's Bitter Pill : Money, Politics, Backroom Deals, and the Fight to Fix Our Broken Healthcare System Brill, Steven
Chasing dogs Schultz, Jeff
Werner Herzog : A Guide for the Perplexed; Conversations With Paul Cronin Cronin, Paul
Teach yourself visually beadwork : learning off-loom beading techniques one stitch at a time Michaels, Chris Franchetti.
Tacoma's Haunted History Allison, Ross/ Nordheim, Teresa
Stop me if you've read this one : Prairie Lite Kelly, Carla, author.
Collection of columns written for the Valley City times record (Valley City, North Dakota) from 2004 to 2008.
Men to match my mountains : the opening of the Far West, 1840-1900 Stone, Irving, 1903-
Like a Mighty Wind Tari, Mel
London Quiz : How Well Do You Know London: 400 Provocative, Curious and Humorous Questions to Enlighten and Entertain Elborough, Travis/ Rennison, Nick
His bright light : the story of Nick Traina Steel, Danielle.
God's traitors : terror and faith in Elizabethan England Childs, Jessie, 1976-
The gift of cancer : a miraculous journey to healing Michaels, Brenda, author.
Doris Day confidential : Hollywood, sex and stardom McDonald, Tamar Jeffers, author.
Dc Comics: Super-Villains : The Complete Visual History Wallace, Daniel
Defending marriage : twelve arguments for sanity Esolen, Anthony M.
DC Comics : a visual history Cowsill, Alan, author.
A chronological account of DC Comics the company and DC Comics the universe traces the major milestones, from company name changes and its foray into television and movies to the debuts of major characters.
The cruise of the Corwin : journal of the Arctic expedition of 1881 in search of De Long and the Jeannette Muir, John, 1838-1914.
CLEP history of the United States I : early colonizations to 1877 Research and Education Association (COR)
Classical music for dummies Pogue, David, 1963-
Farewell to the East End Worth, Jennifer, 1935-2011.
The Chris Farley show : a biography in three acts Farley, Tom, 1961-
Batman : a visual history Manning, Matthew K, author.
Batman 75th anniversary commemorative collection. The Dark Knight Returns, The Court of Owls, Hush Snyder, Scott/ Capullo, Greg (ILT)/ Loeb, Jeph/ Lee, Jim (ILT)/ Miller, Frank
The Basketball Diaries Carroll, Jim
America's queen : the life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Bradford, Sarah.
Wrestling for My Life : The Legend, the Reality, and the Faith of a Wwe Superstar Michaels, Shawn/ Thomas, David (CON)
You Have to Fucking Eat Mansbach, Adam/ Brozman, Owen (ILT)
When the Facts Change : Essays, 1995-2010 Judt, Tony/ Homans, Jennifer (INT)
Walking New York : reflections of American writers from Walt Whitman to Teju Cole Miller, Stephen, 1941-
"A literary walking tour of New York City as seen through the eyes of American and British writers. It's no wonder that New York has always been a magnet city for writers. Manhattan is one of the most walkable cities in the world. While many novelists, poets, and essayists have enjoyed long walks in New York, not all of them have had favorable impressions. Addressing an endlessly appealing subject, Walking New York is a study of twelve American writers and several British writers who walked the streets of New York and wrote about their impressions of the city in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Seen through the eyes of Walt Whitman, Herman Melville, William Dean Howells, Jacob Riis, Henry James, Stephen Crane, Theodore Dreiser, James Weldon Johnson, Alfred Kazin, Elizabeth Hardwick, Colson Whitehead, and Teju Cole, almost all the works in Walking New York are about Manhattan, with only Whitman and Kazin writing about Brooklyn. Though the writers were often irritated, disturbed, and occasionally shockedby what they saw on their walks, they were still fascinated by the city William Dean Howells called "splendidly and sordidly commercial" and Cynthia Ozick called "faithfully inconstant, magnetic, man-made, unnatural-the synthetic sublime." In this idiosyncratic guidebook to New York, celebrated writers ruminate on questions that are still hotly debated to this day: the pros and cons of capitalism and the impact of immigration. Many imply that New York is a bewildering text that is hard to make sense of.Returning to New York after an absence of two decades, Henry James loathed many things about "bristling" New York, while native New Yorker Walt Whitman both celebrated and criticized "Mannahatta" in his writings. Combining literary scholarship with urbanstudies, Walking New York reveals how this crowded, dirty, noisy, and sometimes ugly city gave these "restless analysts" plenty of fodder for their craft"--
The Total Dirt Bike Manual : 301 Skills You Need Peterson, Pete
Spent : exposing our complicated relationship with shopping Cohen, Kerry (EDT)
"In Spent, editor Kerry Cohen opens the closet doors wide to tales of women's true relationships with shopping, from humorous stories of love/hate relationships with the mall to heartbreaking tales of overspending to fix relationships. With a contributorlist that includes notable female writers like Emily Chenoweth, Ophira Eisenberg, Allison Amend, and Aryn Kyle, the essays each shine light on the particular impact shopping has on all of us. Whether they're cleaning out closets of loved ones, hiding a shoplifting habit, trying out extreme couponing, dividing up family possessions, or buying a brand-new car while in labor, the book's contributors vacillate between convincing themselves to spend and struggling not to. This illuminating anthology links theeffects shopping has on our emotions - whether it fills us with guilt, happiness, resentment, or doubt - our self-worth, and our relationships with parents, grandparents, lovers, children, and friends. "--
The Sound of Music : The Hills Are Still Alive Life (COR)
The Matheny Manifesto : A Young Manager's Old-school Views on Success in Sports and Life Matheny, Mike/ Jenkins, Jerry
Harry Harrison! Harry Harrison! Harrison, Harry, 1925-2012.
"Recollections of one of the grand masters of science fiction, on his storied career as a celebrated author and on his relationships with other luminaries in the field. This memoir is filled with all the humor and irreverence Harry Harrison's readers havecome to expect from the New York Times bestselling author of the uproarious Stainless Steel Rat series. This also includes black and white photos spanning his sixty-year career"--
Letter to a Future Lover : Marginalia, Errata, Secrets, Inscriptions, and Other Ephemera Found in Libraries Monson, Ander
The Greatest Shows on Earth : A History of the Circus Simon, Linda
Grand opera : the story of the Met Affron, Charles, author.
The fall line : how American ski racers conquered a sport on the edge Vinton, Nathaniel.
Changing the game : a history of NHL expansion Laroche, Stephen, author.
Drivel : deliciously bad writing by your favorite authors Scott, Julia (EDT)
"Gillian Flynn, Mary Roach, Dave Eggers, Rick Moody, Chuck Palahniuk...the list goes on. They all sucked once, and they all have the guts to share some of their crappiest early work in Drivel: an uplifting bit of voyeurism, based on the sold-out "Regreturature" stage shows in San Francisco, and brought to you by Litquake and the San Francisco Writers' Grotto. Within these pages you'll find abstruse and esoteric poetry (bad), incoherent and illogical short stories (worse), bumfuzzling proto-journalism (shameful), and pretentious, overwrought journal entries (we'll not speak of this again). Thanks to these courageous but foolhardy writers, the world now knows the real meaning of a work-in-progress. "--
BOMB : the author interviews Bomb Magazine (COR)
"Drawing on 30 years of BOMB Magazine, this anthology of interviews brings together some of the greatest figures of world literature for a brilliant and unforgettable collection of sharp, insightful and intimate author conversations. Here we have a conversation with Jonathan Franzen, still an unkown author, on the eve of the publication of The Corrections, and one with Roberto Bolaño, near the end of his life. Lydia Davis and Francine Prose break down the intricacies of Davis's methods, Edwidge Danticat and Junot Diaz discuss the power of Caribbean diasporic fiction. This anthology brings together some of the greatest figures of world literature for a brilliant and unforgettable collection of sharp, insightful and intimate author conversations"--
Arthur Miller : Collected Plays, 1987-2004 Miller, Arthur/ Kushner, Tony (EDT)
Tax Deductions for Professionals Fishman, Stephen
Unrequited : Women and Romantic Obsession Phillips, Lisa A.
Switching to the MAC : The Missing Manual, Yosemite Edition Pogue, David
Slaying the debt dragon : how one family conquered their money monster and found an inspired happily ever after Lowe, Cherie.
Stand Up to the IRS Daily, Frederick W.
Samsung Galaxy Tabs for Dummies Gookin, Dan
The resilience dividend : being strong in a world where things go wrong Rodin, Judith.
"New York. Athens. Boston. Tohoku. Newtown. Oslo. West. Wenzhou. New Orleans. Dhaka. Moore. Nairobi. These communities are just a few among the many that have been hit hard by one of the "wicked problems" of today's world: natural catastrophe, disease andcontagion, systems or social collapse. If you haven't been directly touched by one of these disruptions yourself, you are sure to have been affected by them in some way. They harm people, destabilize communities, and threaten organizations and even wholesocieties. These problems have become such a part of our world that knowing how to prepare for them, how to respond when they happen, and how to recover from them should be essential skills of modern life for all of us. We have certainly made progress inthis regard, especially in the years since 9/11, but we are still at greater risk than we should be. We can't anticipate every disruption that might come our way, but we can develop an overall approach for dealing with the wicked problems, and formulatespecific plans for areas where we and our communities are particularly vulnerable. The Resilience Dividend is both timely and important important as both the severity and frequency of disruptions are increase. We face extreme weather events, rapid population shifts, and global interconnectedness that make us vulnerable to disruptions wherever they take place. What's more, the list of global risks that we face in the coming years is truly daunting: from cyber-attacks to food shortage crises to extreme volatility in energy price. We can no longer assume we are immune to the world's wicked problems, no matter who we are and where we live. It develops both a way of thinking and practical tools for taking action for protecting the world's people and communities and shows how to create a blueprint for change. "--
Programming Android : Java Programming for the New Generation of Mobile Devices Mednieks, Zigurd/ Meike, G. Blake/ Nakamura, Masumi/ Dornin, Laird
Presidents and their generals : an American history of command in war Moten, Matthew, 1960-
Palestine Speaks : Narratives of Life Under Occupation Malek, Cate (EDT)/ Hoke, Mateo (EDT)
Philosophy Bites Again Edmonds, David/ Warburton, Nigel
My Macbook : Yosemite Edition Ray, John
OS X Yosemite for Dummies Levitus, Bob
My Iphone (Covers Ios 8 on Iphone 6 Miser, Brad
My Iphone for Seniors (Covers Ios 8 for Iphone 6 Miser, Brad
My Ipad Mini Rosenzweig, Gary
My Imac : Yosemite Edition Ray, John
My Ipad for Seniors Rosenzweig, Gary/ Jones, Gary Eugene
My Facebook for Seniors Miller, Michael
Modern Book Collecting : A Basic Guide to All Aspects of Book Collecting: What to Collect, Who to Buy From, Auctions, Bibliographies, Care, Fakes, Investments, Donations, Defi Wilson, Robert A./ Basbanes, Nicholas A. (INT)
Moonshot! : game-changing strategies to build billion-dollar businesses Sculley, John, author.
Man alive : a true story of violence, forgiveness and becoming a man McBee, Thomas Page.
Mind change : how digital technologies are leaving their mark on our brains Greenfield, Susan.
"Google. Facebook. Twitter. Repeat. We live in a world unimaginable even a few decades ago, one like no other in human history. It's a parallel world where we can be on the move in the real world, yet always hooked into an alternative time and place. Andalthough it's a two-dimensional world of sight and sound, it offers instant information, connected identities, and constant novelty. In this world, our screen technologies are increasingly where we work, where we unwind, where we relieve our boredom and where we learn. The subsequent transformation in how we live and think is a vitally important issue, perhaps even the most important issue of our time. When toddlers are given iPads, and adults spend ten hours a day staring at a screen, can we afford to assume that our brave new screen technologies are harmless tools? Blending a wide range of scientific studies, news events, and cultural criticism with brio and verve, Mind Change presents an incisive snapshot of the global 'now.' Greenfield examines how the dawn of the Digital Age has already altered our cultural landscape, fueled an epidemic of oversharing, and transformed how we learn, remember and spread information -- and how these innovations are changing our physical brains. A warning cry, a shot across the bow, and a call to action, Mind Change explores the social, cultural and physiological ramifications of our new digital lifestyle"--
Love and Lies : An Essay on Truthfulness, Deceit, and the Growth and Care of Erotic Love Martin, Clancy
Kindle Paperwhite for Dummies Nicoll, Leslie H.
Liberty for All : A Manifesto for Reclaiming Financial and Political Freedom Newman, Rick
It Wasn't Your Fault : Freeing Yourself from the Shame of Childhood Abuse With the Power of Self-compassion Engel, Beverly
Ipad and Iphone Tips and Tricks : Covers Iphones and Ipads Running Ios 8 Rich, Jason
The Internet for Dummies Levine, John R./ Young, Margaret Levine
The Great Transition : Shifting from Fossil Fuels to Wind and Solar Energy Brown, Lester R.
God, Guns, Grits and Gravy : And the Dad-Gummed Gummint That Wants to Take Them Away Huckabee, Mike
Getting to yes with yourself : (and other worthy opponents) Ury, William.
"William Ury, coauthor of the international bestseller Getting to Yes, returns with another groundbreaking book, this time asking: how can we expect to get to yes with others if we haven't first gotten to yes with ourselves? Renowned negotiation expert William Ury has taught tens of thousands of people from all walks of life--managers, lawyers, factory workers, coal miners, schoolteachers, diplomats, and government officials--how to become better negotiators. Over the years, Ury has discovered that the greatest obstacle to successful agreements and satisfying relationships is not the other side, as difficult as they can be. The biggest obstacle is actually our own selves--our natural tendency to react in ways that do not serve our true interests. But thisobstacle can also become our biggest opportunity, Ury argues. If we learn to understand and influence ourselves first, we lay the groundwork for understanding and influencing others. In this prequel to Getting to Yes, Ury offers a seven-step method to help you reach agreement with yourself first, dramatically improving your ability to negotiate with others. Practical and effective, Getting to Yes with Yourself helps readers reach good agreements with others, develop healthy relationships, make their businesses more productive, and live far more satisfying lives"--
Getting Started With Web Performance Austin, Daniel
Flashpoints : The Emerging Crisis in Europe Friedman, George
The Encyclopedia of Trouble and Spaciousness Solnit, Rebecca
Designing for Performance : Weighing Aesthetics and Speed Hogan, Lara Callender
Data Mining for Dummies Brown, Meta S.
Deeper Dating : How to Drop the Games of Seduction and Discover the Power of Intimacy Page, Ken
13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do : Take Back Your Power, Embrace Change, Face Your Fears and Train Your Brain for Happiness and Success Morin, Amy
Vulfkholl : [roman] Mantel, Hilary, 1952- author.
Assuming the power recently lost by the disgraced Cardinal Wolsey, Thomas Cromwell counsels a mercurial Henry VIII on the latter's efforts to marry Anne Boleyn against the wishes of Rome, a successful endeavor that comes with a dangerous price.
Samye malenʹkie zhivotnye Beaumont, Emilie.
Malysh i karlson, kotoryĭ zhibët na kryshe : skazochnai︠a︡ povestʹ Lindgren, Astrid.
Adults often wonder why children like Carlson so much. He is nasty, naughty, ill-mannered, and always requiring a delicious meal. Maybe because at every moment, he is ready to play pranks. Bad influence of the street (in this case - the roof), bully and ringleader in risky games, but he is also a rather lonely child who needs affection and family warmth. This book teaches love and tolerance for those who love hard.
Luchshie skazki v kartinkakh Suteeva, V.
This comes from the artist Vladimir Suteeva. His friends - Chicken and Duck, kitten named Woof and many others.
Li︠u︡bimye skazki : uchimsi︠a︡ vmeste : dli︠a︡ deteĭ ot 3 let
Izi︠u︡mka i gnom : skazki Bálint, Ágnes author.
I︠A︡ na solnyshke lezhu Kozlov, S. G. (Sergeĭ Grigorʹevich)
Figurki, igrushki i zveri︠u︡shki v raznykh tekhnikakh : pri︠a︡zha, biser, plastilin, bumaga Belova, Elena.
Clear instructions, detailed diagrams and colorful pictures, representations in the book will help you create a remarkable collection of art objects made in different techniques.
Eni︠a︡i eli︠a︡ olimpiada v volshebnom lesu : skazki, kotorye pomogai︠u︡t deti︠a︡m i roditeli︠a︡m Goncharova, Anna.
This amazing book introduces winter sports and explains the meaning of the words and events related to the Olympic Games. Children reading the wonderful stories about the Olympics in a magical forest can learn a lot of new and interesting things.
Dzhentlʹmeny i sobaki : [roman] Rubina, Dina, author.
Humorous story about a tupsy-turvy adventures of Pen Trikitak.
Vnesite tela Mantel, Hilary, 1952- author.
Sladkai︠a︡ bolʹ Brown, Sandra, 1948- author.
Pravila dolgoletii︠a︡ : 9 urokov o tom, kak zhitʹ dolgo i ne boletʹ Buettner, Dan, author.
Reveals the secrets of diet, behaviour, fitness, and attitude that correspond to a longer, healthier life in communities around the world.
Luchshie bli︠u︡da russkoĭ kukhni Uzun, Oksana, author.
Kulinarnaia kniga moeĭ prababushki : kniga dli︠a︡ chtenii︠a︡ i naslazhdenii︠a︡ Potter, Margaret Yardley, author.
I︠U︡bki, bluzy, zhilety, bolero Rugalʹ, Elena Vasilʹevna.
Grekhi materi Steel, Danielle, author.
Having missed much of her children's lives while she built a home-furnishings empire, Olivia Grayson arranges a family vacation in the Mediterranean in the hopes of rekindling ties only to confront painful interpersonal dynamics and unexpected revelations.
Gotovim dli︠a︡ deteĭ ot 6 mesi︠a︡t︠s︡ev do 3 let : podrobnye poshagovye instrukt︠s︡ii.
Gimnastika dli︠a︡ lenti︠a︡ek : prosto i legko Krasikova, Irina.
Dvoret︠s︡ so sʺekhavsheĭ krysheĭ : [roman] Dont︠s︡ova, Darʹi︠a︡.
Dve polovinki temnoĭ dushi : [roman] Volodarskai︠a︡, Olʹga.
Tanya's siblings return after a long absence and discover a mysterious crime has been committed that must be solved.
Domashniĭ front Hannah, Kristin.
Like many couples, Michael and Joleen Zarkades have to face the pressure of everyday life: children, careers, bills, chores, even as their twelve year marriage is falling apart. Then the Iraq War starts and Joleen's deployment will send her to harm's way and leave defense attorney Michael at home, unaccostomed to being a single parent to their two girls. In her letters, Joleen paints a rose-colored version of her life on the front lines, but the war will change her in ways none of the family could have foreseen. When tragedy strikes, Michael must face his darkest fear and fight a battle of his own for everything that matters to the family.
Domashnie ret︠s︡epty : ot samoĭ populi︠a︡rnoĭ stri︠a︡pukhi Rossii Kalashnik, Elena, author.
Elena Kalashnik, Russia's most popular cooking personality, presents foolproof recipes that anyone can make.
Do kont︠s︡a vremen Steel, Danielle.
In this poignant story of two parallel destinies, a young New York lawyer and his wife link their destinies forever in a follow-your-dream move to rural Wyoming. Thirty-eight years later a Manhattan publisher and a young Amish woman become irresistibly drawn together through her writing. Somehow these two remarkable relationships come together in unexpected and surprising ways, as lovers are lost, and find each other again.
Dnevnik svekrovi : [roman] Metlit︠s︡kai︠a︡, Marii︠a︡, author.
Dʹi︠a︡vol nosit Prada : [roman] Weisberger, Lauren, 1977-
"Andrea Sachs, a small-town girl fresh out of college, lands the job "a million girls would die for." Hired as the assistant to Miranda Priestly, the high-profile, fabulously successful editor of Runway magazine, Andrea finds herself in an office that shouts Prada! Armani! Versace! at every turn, a world populated by impossibly thin, heart-wrenchingly stylish women and beautiful men clad in fine-ribbed turtlenecks and tight leather pants that show off their lifelong dedication to the gym. With breathtaking ease, Miranda can turn each and every one of these hip sophisticates into a scared, whimpering child. The Devil Wears Prada gives a rich and hilarious new meaning to complaints about "The Boss from Hell." Narrated in Andrea's smart, refreshingly disarming voice, it traces a deep, dark, devilish view of life at the top only hinted at in gossip columns and over Cosmopolitans at the trendiest cocktail parties. From sending the latest, not-yet-in-stores Harry Potter to Miranda's children in Paris by private jet, to locating an unnamed antique store where Miranda had at some point admired a vintage dresser, to serving lattes to Miranda at precisely the piping hot temperature she prefers, Andrea is sorely tested each and every day - and often late into the night with orders barked over the phone. She puts up with it all by keeping her eyes on the prize: a recommendation from Miranda that will get Andrea a top job at any magazine of her choosing. As things escalate from the merely unacceptable to the downright outrageous, however, Andrea begins to realize that the job a million girls would die for may just kill her. And even if she survives, she has to decide whether or not the job is worth the price of her soul"--Amazon.com.
Chernyĭ pasodoblʹ : [roman] Danilova, Anna.
Belochka vo sne i nai︠a︡vu : roman Dont︠s︡ova, Darʹi︠a︡.
Akhmatova i Gumilev : S li︠u︡bimymi ne rasstavaĭtesʹ... Alekseeva, Tatʹi︠a︡na (Tatʹi︠a︡na S.), author.
365 ret︠s︡eptov na kazhdyĭ denʹ Vysodkai︠a︡, I︠U︡lii︠a︡.
In a new collection of recipes from the TV show Eat at Home! includes recipes that are cheap and also fairly easy to prepare. Julia Vysotsky said that culinary experiments are available to everyone, and offers to cook interesting and original dishes from inexpensive products - for the holiday table and every day!
100 velikikh zagadok sovremennosti
Dedicated to the mysteries of world history from the XX to XXI century. Sometimes it seems that one century, just recently passed can gives us the most cause for reflection and research material than all the centuries and millennia of human history. Two world wars, many military conflicts, revolutions and civil wars, conspiracies, coups and revolutions, economic "miracles" and severe crises, outstanding cultural achievements and great discoveries, the ups and downs of the human spirit - it all fits onto a relatively small segment of the chronological calendar.
Fun, cheerful Smurfs, the popular cartoon characters - long-time friends of adults and children worldwide. Life in the Magic Forest is full of adventure. After all, besides Smurfs, there are fairies, giants, goblins and the cunning sorcerer Gargamel!
Vasilisa prekrasnai︠a︡ : russkai︠a︡ narodnai︠a︡ skazka
T︠S︡vetik-semit︠s︡vetik Kataev, Valentin, 1897-1986, author.
Teremok Marshak, S. (Samuil), 1887-1964.
Sokrovishche ostrova Buziny : skazochnai︠a︡ istorii︠a︡ Walko.
Skaska o rybake i rybke Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich, 1799-1837.
Ryt︠s︡arskiĭ podvig Jolibois, Christian.
The "Brave chickens" series, sends readers on an unforgettable journey into unpredictable seas, forests, caves ...
Repka : [russkai︠a︡ narodnai︠a︡ skazka]
Russian folk tale about a garden turnip that grew up too big and need everyone in a family to help to pull her out.
Pro myshonka i lunnui︠u︡ korochku ZHdanova, Ekaterina.
Prazdnik polnolunii︠a︡ : skazochnye istorii Huriet, Geneviève.
Noev kovcheg Altschuler, Sally.
The World According to Batman Wallace, Daniel
The World According to the Joker Manning, Matthew K.
Soul survivor : how thirteen unlikely mentors helped my faith survive the church Yancey, Philip.
Upside of fear : how one man broke the cycle of prison, poverty & addiction Long, Weldon.
Songs from Frozen, Tangled and Enchanted : Flute Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation (COR)
Quilt improv : incredible quilts from everyday inspirations Summers, Lucie.
The music producer's handbook Owsinski, Bobby.
Miles of MAC Gager, James/ Aldridge, Miles (PHT)
Living With The Devil : A Mediation on Good and Evil Batchelor, Stephen
Make & give : simple and modern crafts to brighten every day Hung, Steph.
Kinglake-350 Hyland, Adrian
Lilith the First Eve : Historical and Psychological Aspects of the Dark Feminine Hurwitz, Siegmund/ Von Franz, Marie-Louise (FRW)/ Jacobson, Gela (TRN)
Inductive Bible Study : A Comprehensive Guide to the Practice of Hermeneutics Bauer, David R./ Traina, Robert A./ Peterson, Eugene H. (FRW)
Earth is my witness : the photography of Art Wolfe Wolfe, Art, author, photographer.
In love with defeat : the South's undying affair with bad choices Ayers, H. Brandt, 1935-
Dorie : The Girl Nobody Loved Van Stone, Dorie N./ Lutzer, Erwin W./ Christenson, Evelyn (FRW)
Awful first dates : hysterical, true, and heartbreakingly bad Wexler, Sarah Z. (Sarah Zoe)
"From the guy who chews on rocks to the one who has his mom tag along, Awful First Dates is filled with hilarious, cringe-worthy, holy-crap-did-that-really-happen?! stories from the front lines of dating. With dating stories from celebrities like Lauren Conrad and Michael Kors, you'll laugh, you'll cringe--and most importantly--you'll feel better about some of the dates you've been on!"--P.  of cover.
An American history album : the story of the United States told through stamps Worek, Michael.
Art of the national parks : historic connections, contemporary interpretations Stern, Jean, author.
390 traditional stained glass designs Harris, Hywel G.
The Madwoman in the Volvo My Year of Raging Hormones.
Suddenly the cider didn't taste so good : adventures of a game warden in Maine Ford, John, Sr.
"A retired Maine Game Warden writes of his adventures --a collection of true tales, some serious, some humorous, and all heartwarming"--