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A Beautiful Cage

Author : Alyson Reuben
ISBN : 9781612170688
Genre : Fiction
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Wanted by the Gestapo, Rebecca Bloomberg is on the run for her life. Sheltering in the home of a reporter who writes absurd lies for a Nazi propaganda newspaper is hardly an ideal solution. Irresistibly drawn to the man, she dares not trust him, until she discovers his journalist position is a mask for involvement in an anti-Nazi resistance ring. Gustav Von Furst has done all he can to perfect his mask. Neither his family nor his close friends know the truth. Hiding a Jewish girl is the most foolish risk, yet there is something about her that makes him want to protect her. Eager to forget the outside world, Rebecca and Gustav are caught up in a private world of forbidden passion'until unexpected danger lands on their doorstep and they're faced with a decision that will change everything. Will love demand a sacrifice too great to give'
Category: Fiction

The Fairy Books Of Andrew Lang

Author : Andrew Lang
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First published in the year 1984, famous writer H. C. Andersen's book 'Andersen's Fairy Tales' is a collection of fairy tales and magical stories.
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Secret Pregnant Dad Comes To Help

Author : Jia Yimingtang
ISBN : 9781647874605
Genre : Fiction
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The goddess had secretly encountered an accident while carrying out a quest, leaving a budding seed in her stomach! "Woman, how dare you steal my seed!" One of the super agents smirked, his big hand lightly struck the other's chest. "Don't touch my mommy, my mommy is mine!" The baby quickly seized Mommy's soft chest, its big head rubbing against its big hand as it pulled at the baby's head and looked at each other with its big and small eyes. "Little girl, I'm your daddy!"
Category: Fiction

The Green Fairy Book Illustrated Edition

Author : Anon E. Mous
ISBN : 9788827512227
Genre : Fiction
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This is the third of the Fairy Books of Many Colours. The stories in all the books are borrowed from many countries; some are However much these nations differ about trifles, they all agree in liking fairy tales. Herein you will find 42 illustrated fairy tales drawn from France, Germany, Russia, Italy, Scotland, England, and China. You will find stories like: The Story of Caliph Stork, The Enchanted Watch, Rosanella, Sylvain and Jocosa, Fairy Gifts, Prince Narcissus and the Princess Potentilla, The Three Little Pigs, A Heart of Ice, The Three Bears, The Enchanted Ring, The Magic Swan, The Story of a Clever Tailor and many, many more. The stories are further enhanced by the over 70 exquisite pen and ink illustrations by H. J. Ford. This book contains many references to fairies. As to whether there are really any fairies or not, is a difficult question. Andrew Lang never saw any himself, but he knew several people who have seen them-in the Highlands - and heard their music. So, if ever you are near Nether Lochaber, go to the Fairy Hill, and you may hear the music your-self, but you must go on a fine day……
Category: Fiction

Fifty Fifty

Author : Julie L Kessler
ISBN : 9781625161499
Genre : Travel
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Fifty-Fifty, The Clarity of Hindsight is a compilation of the lessons learned by a fifty-year-old lawyer, wife, mother, daughter of immigrant parents, traveler, survivor and thriver, though not of course always in that order. Apropos of the title, Fifty-Fifty contains fifty chapters, recounts many fascinating travel vignettes and astute observations, reflects on interesting work-related “war” stories and is often hilarious – as only truth can be – and sometimes heartbreaking, as life sometimes is. First Runner Up Winner at The 2013 Paris Book Festival. "Whether you are 50, 30 or 80, this book will sweep you up in its humor and insight. The author makes her gripping life experiences and relationships relevant to everyone, and humanizes in a way that allows us all to feel that her stories are our stories. Even people who have not traveled as much as the author will find a connection to the feelings and realizations that she draws from her extensive travels. You'll laugh, cry and scream all at once because the lessons are so poignant, so right, and so irreverent. It's a good read!" – Professor Rebecca Brown, USC School of Law "Hindsight is 100 percent." – The Beach Reporter "Reading this book is like listening to an interesting passenger sitting next to you on a flight—someone who knows about where you might be going geographically and where you are coming from in your life. Fifty lessons later you not only have received useful life lessons, but have read a memoir of a life lived well and learned about people and cultures around the world..... The author writes with a sharp wit and a fluid and engaging writing style. There's a lot of extra value in Fifty-Fifty." – Will Lutwick, Author of the award winning book Dodging Machetes. "Upon turning fifty, Julie Kessler recounts ... lessons she learned throughout life in her memoir consisting of fifty well-written essays. I think Fifty-Fifty, The Clarity of Hindsight will give readers the courage to evaluate what they have learned from life." – JD Jung, Editor-In-Chief, UnderratedReads.com
Category: Travel

That S Good Advice From Bandit

Author : Bonnie Bresalier
ISBN : 9781466937918
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This is the second book in the Bandit series. Bandit introduces different family pets and friends pets who tell their own stories and offer advice on different situations.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Inferring Grades 3 4

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ISBN : 9781609967680
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Inferring is an essential reading comprehension skill for all subject areas. Help students understand inferring using Spotlight on Reading: Inferring for grades 3–4. This 48-page book includes a variety of high-interest lessons and activities that make learning fun! The exercises increase in difficulty as the book progresses, so students practice more-advanced skills as they work. With a variety of formats, teachers can provide direct instruction, reinforcement, and independent practice throughout the year. This book is perfect for practice at home and school and includes an answer key. It aligns with state, national, and Canadian provincial standards.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

All Things Bright And Beautiful

Author : James Herriot
ISBN : 9780330529419
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The second collection of memoirs from the author who inspired the BBC series All Creatures Great and Small. Now settled into the sleepy Yorkshire village of Darrowby, and married to Helen the farmer’s daughter, James Herriot thinks he’s finally got himself sorted. But life as a vet in the 1930s was never going to be easy. Quite aside from his unpredictable colleagues, brothers Siegfried and Tristan Farnon, he must contend with new-fangled medical techniques, delivering calves after far too much home-made wine, and a grudge-holding dog called Magnus who never forgets. And then, with Britain on the verge of war, James faces a decision that could separate him from Darrowby – and Helen – for ever . . . Since they were first published, James Herriot’s memoirs have sold millions of copies and entranced generations of animal lovers. Charming, funny and touching, All Things Bright and Beautiful is a heart-warming story of determination, love and companionship from one of Britain’s best-loved authors. This omnibus edition comprises the majority of chapters from Let Sleeping Vets Lie and Vets in Harness.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Charlie S Cage

Author : Virginia Harris
ISBN : 9781434368928
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ABOUT THE BOOK..... Charlie s Cage is an engaging book for Early Readers and Spiritual Readers of all ages. The main character, a parakeet named Charlie, escapes his cage and home and is guided by other birds, animals, and elements of nature through all four seasons on his journey back home. It is a story about responsibility, appreciating what we have, and learning from those who provide support and assistance as we find ourselves in various types of "cages" during our earthly life. The spiritual undertone symbolizes our journeys through the seasons of life on Earth as we learn, grow, and prepare for the Ultimate Homecoming in the spirit realm. As a Native American storyteller, the teachings of the four directions and spiritual symbolism for the various characters, in conjunction with my Christian faith and beliefs, makes Charlie's Cage a tapestry of words to be enjoyed by the children of every season.
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A Life In A Cage

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Walker family experiences without her ugly daugter.
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A Cup Of Tea

Author : Osho
ISBN : 8171827314
Genre : Meditation
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Category: Meditation

The Stone Of Destiny

Author : Elspeth Tavaci
ISBN : 9781781011010
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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DIV For centuries, caravans of camels have travelled Turkey’s Silk Roads piled high with exotic cargoes from India, Arabia and China. When a poor stonecutter called Salahaddin makes a miraculous find, he sets off on a perilous journey along the Silk Road to Istanbul and resorts to telling stories to stay alive. Brimming with scents, sounds and sinister merchants, this rich hoard of stories – including The Prince, the Nightingale and the Silent Princess, All for a Wrinkled Pomegranate, The Salt and The Golden Watermelons – is stylishly illustrated by Paul Hess and makes a sparkling introduction to a land still steeped in mystery. /div
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Squirrel Cage

Author : Agnes Pellier-Galdi
ISBN : 9781481791434
Genre : Fiction
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This novel was written about communism during the years of the Stalin era in former Czechoslovakia from 1948 to 1956. It is a romantic story, having the main focus on how young people reacted to dictatorship in their everyday existence while trying to live a normal life, with love affairs or just enjoying the beauty of the city and all that life has to offer when you are twenty years old. It is the story of a young lady trying to work in offices or taking part in the politics of the moment without being a party member, and her partner, a leading musician in the Czech Philharmonic, for whom acceptance of the regime is easier, as he can escape through his involvement in art. The discussion between her and her lover reveal the differences between individuals accepting or not the demands of that period.
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Leading So People Will Follow

Author : Erika Andersen
ISBN : 9781118431702
Genre : Business & Economics
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A unique take on leadership from a popular Forbes blogger and nationally-known leadership coach Leading So People Will Follow explores the six leadership characteristics that inspire followers to fully support their leaders. Using Erika Andersen’s proven framework, new leaders and veterans alike have increased their capacity for leading in a way that creates loyalty, commitment and results. Step by step, Andersen lays out six key attributes (far-sightedness, passion, courage, wisdom, generosity, and trustworthiness) and gives leaders the tools for developing them. This innovative book offers a practical guide for building the skills to become a truly 'followable' leader. Filled with examples from forward-thinking organizations such as Apple, NBC Universal, Union Square Hospitality Group, and MTV Networks Maps out the six attributes of leadership Includes a free online Followable Leader assessment Author Erika Andersen is one of Forbes' most popular bloggers and coaches some of the most successful leaders in America Using self-assessments, real-world examples, and concrete tools, Leading So People Will Follow helps build timeless core skills that work for leaders in any field.
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John Cage

Author : Professor Marjorie Perloff
ISBN : 0226660575
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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John Cage: Composed in America is the first book-length work to address the "other" John Cage, a revisionist treatment of the way Cage himself has composed and been "composed" in America. Cage, as these original essays testify, is a contradictory figure. A disciple of Duchamp and Schoenberg, Satie and Joyce, he created compositions that undercut some of these artists' central principles and then attributed his own compositional theories to their "tradition." An American in the Emerson-Thoreau mold, he paradoxically won his biggest audience in Europe. A freewheeling, Californian artist, Cage was committed to a severe work ethic and a firm discipline, especially the discipline of Zen Buddhism.
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The Gilded Cage

Author : Susannah Bamford
ISBN : 9781590773710
Genre : Fiction
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December 31, 1889. As the sky over New York City explodes with fireworks on the eve of the new decade, an explosion in the streets causes social tremors that will rock the lives of three women who share a house on Twenty-Third Street: suffragette Columbine Nash, her assistant Bell Huxton, and Marguerite Corbeau, a young woman they’ve adopted from the streets. Lovely noble Columbine, a woman ahead of her time, strives to correct the social ills that are created by her class; lush, beautiful Bell, battered and abused as a child, searches for a true love and a pure philosophy; and Marguerite, a passionate woman of mystery and self-indulgence, attempts to rise above her station and join the glittering stars of New York theatre. Their paths will diverge, but their destinies are entwined in this volatile decade of high contrast, a time when wasp-waisted beauties attend fabulous balls, while underpaid seamstresses talk of anarchy and strike, and in the midst of it all are three women, each living in a gilded cage of her own design, trapped by a difficult past, a promise made in haste, a blind faith in an unbending philosophy, Their liberation is the true story of The Gilded Cage.
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Under The Starfruit Tree

Author : Alice M. Terada
ISBN : 082481553X
Genre : Fiction
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The culture of Vietnam is rich in diversity: its folk literature reflects, shapes, and transmits that culture. This collection of stories contributes to our understanding of the traditions, values, and human qualities of the Vietnamese peoples.
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A Cab Called Reliable

Author : Patti Kim
ISBN : 9781466885936
Genre : Fiction
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An extraordinary debut and exciting new voice in multicultural fiction, Patti Kim's A Cab Called Reliable Winner of the Towson University Prize for Literature Nominated for the Book-of-the-Month Club's Stephen Crane Award for First Fiction Ahn Joo Cho emigrated with her family from Korea to Virginia at the age of seven. Two years later, a cab called 'Reliable' took away her mother and her infant brother forever. Grade by grade in school, Ahn Joo comes of age within an alien society, excelling at creative writing as her home life with her old-fashioned father deteriorates. Language heals her, and saves her. As Ahn Joo enters womanhood, a heart-breaking secret finally sets her free to create her own heritage. This widely celebrated debut novel approaches growing up in America—whether as an immigrant or a native—from an honest, refreshingly authentic perspective.
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