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Don T Wake The Tiger A Changing Faces Book

Author : Nathan Thoms
ISBN : 1419724738
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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All the animals are sleeping until--with each turn of the page--the reader wakes each of them up! First the tiger is sleeping, then the panda, the lion, and the elephant. Children will be delighted to watch each animal's eyes pop open as its facial features go from asleep to awake.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Don T Wake The Bear Hare

Author : Steve Smallman
ISBN : 1848950330
Genre : Bears
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From deep in the woods came a rumbling sound. So grumbly and loud it was shaking the ground! The animals crept up and what did they see? A huge hairy bear fast asleep in their tree! Oh no! It's the Spring Party today!
Category: Bears

Tigers Of Wrath

Author : Vivek Iyer
ISBN : 9780955062810
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The Tiger S Den

Author : T. Jack Lewis
ISBN : 9781491809020
Genre : Fiction
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This story is not about Japan. It is about all people. It is about tragedy and fear. It is about courage. It is about love, and it is about growth. It is about doing the right thing. It is written in English, but the setting is Western Manchuria early in World War II. The pilots of the Japanese forces are facing their first combat against top notch Russian pilots. They apply their training but find that actual combat is not what the books described. They find comfort in the arms of the women that provide relief... for a price. Manchuria + Mongolia. Russia + Japan. Buddhism + Christianity + Islam. Occupation + Oppression. The World's Oldest Profession + Sympathy and Humanity. Add them all together and you get: A compelling story of a young man thrown into a stark reality. He must grow quickly and learn the hard way. From the fear and danger to: The Tiger's Den
Category: Fiction

Dancing With The Tiger

Author : Lili Wright
ISBN : 9780698197015
Genre : Fiction
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Taut, acidly witty, menacingly erotic, and often absolutely terrifying: this is a literary thriller of propulsive force that introduces a powerful storyteller. *An Edgar Finalist for Best First Novel It begins when a meth-addicted grave robber unearths the death mask of Montezuma, setting off a violent struggle for its possession. There is the drug lord who employs him, who would kill for that mask. There is the expat American collector, sinister and possibly mad. There is the greatly respected curator, who for a fee will provide provenances for his country’s looted artifacts, and his long-suffering housekeeper, a deeply religious lesbian in a culture of machismo, who despises her patron. And there is the looter himself, who has stolen the mask and is now running for his life. Above all, there is Anna Ramsey, an American with a history of bad choices, who has hidden behind a mask all her adult life. A deeply wounded woman, Anna knows that masks protect and conceal. Anna is a heroine for our times, as she searches for the courage to remove her mask and show her true face.
Category: Fiction

A Tale Of Sleepy Numbers

Author : Yamie Chess
ISBN : 9780990885108
Genre : Education
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Educational Assessments "Mathematically, I think the lessons are very well done. I like the emphasis on translating phrases into mathematical expressions and the practice with decimal arithmetic."—Yale Professor Michelle Lacey, PhD, Statistics, Yale University "Math classrooms require a great deal of reading to solve problems and this comic book provides students with an opportunity to dive right into a magical math world."—Monica Burns, Apple Distinguished Educator, 5th Grade NYC math teacher, George Lucas Educational Foundation Contributor "This is really good, a great story that helps students to understand some basic algebra with a focus on prime numbers."—Kirsten van Niekerk, Apple Distinguished Educator, Assistant Head of Senior School (Key Stage 3); Head of Math Faculty, Dulwich College Suzhou, China Math Contents Summary MAYDAY! This is a math SOS, kids! The evil dark chess pieces, Vigdor and the Chromemunchers, have cast a cartoon spell on the 8 numbers along the y-axis of the chess board, sending the numbers 1 to 8 to sleep. With the numbers snoozing, our Yankee hero 8-year-old Kimi, the boy who plays chess in his dreams, can’t complete the 2 grid coordinates for the winning moves he needs to checkmate the dark king, and save his friends. You’re invited to venture onto the high seas with the Yamie Chess cast for a thrilling math lesson about numbers. Learn how to convert English statements into algebra, with Kimi, the light king, Tigermore, and their Boston Red Sox buddy—the very rational number 8. As we journey to Deep Blue, the dark pieces underwater lair, you’ll need to find out the difference between rational and irrational numbers, solve the Sudoku problem, and work out the math puzzles step by step. Just make sure you know your multiplication tables! Information for Parents and Teachers Suitable for students at U.S. grade 3 math level and up, A Tale of Sleepy Numbers is an engaging cartoon math adventure for struggling-to-gifted learners, communicated by professional math teachers in simple, clear and concise language. The material is a short story extension to the Harvard- and MIT-supported Yamie Chess School Assistant for K-8 math education, recommended by School Library Journal and developed by experienced math teachers with decades of classroom teaching experience. Kids will continue the math learning adventures of our young chess hero, Kimi from Queens, New York, and tackle critical math concepts to develop math success in school. The math content can be used as revision or as a new teaching material to supplement important classroom work in number sense and operations. A Tale of Sleepy Numbers addresses integers, rational and irrational numbers, prime numbers, factors and multiples, orders of operation (PEMDAS), place value and the base-10 number system, the commutative property of addition, translating English statements into algebraic expressions, and decimal arithmetic. The integrated classic chess puzzle is adapted from a traditional game that took place between Grandmasters R. G. Nezhmetdinov and O. L Chernikov in Russia in 1962.
Category: Education

English Alive

Author : Alan Etherton
ISBN : 0748785353
Genre : English language
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English Alive is a four-book series designed specifically to meet the needs of English students in Caribbean secondary schools. The series adopts a lively and exciting new approach to the study of English, helping students to become more confident in their use of English and ultimately succeed at their exam.
Category: English language

Gruesome Playground Injuries Animals Out Of Paper Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo

Author : Rajiv Joseph
ISBN : 9781593763893
Genre : Drama
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Rajiv Joseph is one of today’s most acclaimed young playwrights. The winner of numerous awards, including an NEA Award for Best Play and a Whiting Writers Award, he is an artist to watch. This volume gathers together for the first time his three major works to date. Included herein are his latest play, Gruesome Playground Injuries, which charts the intersection of two lives using scars, wounds, and calamity as the mile markers to explore why people hurt themselves to gain another’s love and the cumulative effect of such damage; Animals Out of Paper, a subtle, elegant, yet bracing examination of the artistic impulse and those in its thrall, which follows a world-famous origamist as she becomes the unwitting mentor to a troubled young prodigy, even as she must deal with her own loss of inspiration; and Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, a darkly comedic drama that looks on as the lives of two American soldiers, an Iraqi translator, and a tiger intersect on the streets of Baghdad.
Category: Drama

Awakening The Actor Within

Author : C. Stephen Foster
ISBN : 1462892019
Genre : Self-Help
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"Awakening The Actor Within" is a 12-week workbook aimed at helping actors recover and discover their highest goals and ambitions. It's "The Artist's Way" for actors! It focuses on the subject of helping actors heal from acting "blocks" and getting the courage to act again after being discouraged or disappointed. A spirited workbook that initiates creative expansion and growth for actors. It aims to free an actor's creativity and build a healthy "acting" foundation with a simple, friendly, approach called Acting Practice. The user-friendly workbook teaches actors to form healthy acting habits and rebuild confidence as it guides actors through a series of daily and weekly exercises that empower them with practical tools to overcome their "blocks" (fear, anger, self-loathing, jealousy, self-sabotage, and money). The workbook is set up in a 3 act "screenplay" structure. ACT ONE: Weeks 1-4 focus on dismantling old blocks and creating a solid foundation ACT TWO: Weeks 5-6 focus on working on scripts, character, acting technique and AUDITIONS ACT THREE: Weeks 7-12 focus on marketing and branding your talents.
Category: Self-Help

Tigers Of The Death S Head

Author : Michael Wood
ISBN : 9780811753432
Genre : History
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Detailed history of the Tiger company of Nazi Germany's notorious "Death's Head" panzer division of the Waffen-SS.
Category: History

Bad Guys Don T Have Birthdays

Author : Vivian Gussin Paley
ISBN : 9780226076133
Genre : Education
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Bad guys are not allowed to have birthdays, pick blueberries, or disturb the baby. So say the four-year-olds who announce life's risks and dangers as they play out the school year in Vivian Paley's classroom. Their play is filled with warnings. They invent chaos in order to show that everything is under control. They portray fear to prove that it can be conquered. No theme is too large or too small for their intense scrutiny. Fantasy play is their ever dependable pathway to knowledge and certainty. " It . . . takes a special teacher to value the young child's communications sufficiently, enter into a meaningful dialogue with the youngster, and thereby stimulate more productivity without overwhelming the child with her own ideas. Vivian Paley is such a teacher."—Maria W. Piers, in the American Journal of Education "[Mrs. Paley's books] should be required reading wherever children are growing. Mrs. Paley does not presume to understand preschool children, or to theorize. Her strength lies equally in knowing that she does not know and in trying to learn. When she cannot help children—because she can neither anticipate nor follow their thinking—she strives not to hinder them. She avoids the arrogance of adult to small child; of teacher to student; or writer to reader."—Penelope Leach, author of Your Baby & Child in the New York Times Book Review "[Paley's] stories and interpretation argue for a new type of early childhood education . . . a form of teaching that builds upon the considerable knowledge children already have and grapple with daily in fantasy play."—Alex Raskin, Los Angeles Times Book Review "Through the 'intuitive language' of fantasy play, Paley believes, children express their deepest concerns. They act out different roles and invent imaginative scenarios to better understand the real world. Fantasy play helps them cope with uncomfortable feelings. . . . In fantasy, any device may be used to draw safe boundaries."—Ruth J. Moss, Psychology Today
Category: Education

Tea With The Tiger

Author : Nathan Unsworth
ISBN : 9781927443057
Genre : Fiction
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Set in an AIDS hospital in an undisclosed African nation, Tea with the Tiger concerns itself with medicine and ethics. The novel explores the corrupt alliance between doctors and the pharmaceutical industry in developing countries. The book is narrated by a young schizophrenic orderly who not only battles his own inner demons, but also the “medical” demons surrounding him. A tense and gripping tale, this story blows the whistle on the use of AIDS patients as experimental guinea pigs.
Category: Fiction

The Detroit Tigers

Author : William Martin Anderson
ISBN : 0814334148
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Fourth edition of the popular comprehensive history on Detroit Tigers baseball.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Secret Life Of Lotus

Author : Terri Yogi
ISBN : 9781499037609
Genre : Fiction
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At three months pregnant, eighteen year old Tara is forced to leave her home and the love of her life under the threat of being killed. She escapes to the Hawaiian Islands where she starts a new life and keeps her identity a secret. Years later her past resurfaces and the mysteries of her life unfold in this modern day love story.
Category: Fiction

The Tiger Queens

Author : Stephanie Thornton
ISBN : 9781101607688
Genre : Fiction
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In the late twelfth century, across the sweeping Mongolian grasslands, brilliant, charismatic Temujin ascends to power, declaring himself the Great, or Genghis, Khan. But it is the women who stand beside him who ensure his triumph.... After her mother foretells an ominous future for her, gifted Borte becomes an outsider within her clan. When she seeks comfort in the arms of aristocratic traveler Jamuka, she discovers he is the blood brother of Temujin, the man who agreed to marry her and then abandoned her long before they could wed. Temujin will return and make Borte his queen, yet it will take many women to safeguard his fragile new kingdom. Their daughter, the fierce Alaqai, will ride and shoot an arrow as well as any man. Fatima, an elegant Persian captive, will transform her desire for revenge into an unbreakable loyalty. And Sorkhokhtani, a demure widow, will position her sons to inherit the empire when it begins to fracture from within. In a world lit by fire and ruled by the sword, the tiger queens of Genghis Khan come to depend on one another as they fight and love, scheme and sacrifice, all for the good of their family...and the greatness of the People of the Felt Walls.
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Hong Kong

Author : Stephen Coonts
ISBN : 1429955147
Genre : Fiction
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Following the success of his New York Times bestseller, CUBA, Stephen Coonts once again combines masterful storytelling with a frighteningly plausible scenario set in one of the world's most volatile hot spots. This time, however, for Admiral Jake Grafton the stakes will be chillingly personal. Jake Grafton takes his wife, Callie, along when the U.S. government sends him to Hong Kong to find out how deeply the U.S. consul-general is embedded in a political money-raising scandal. And why not? Jake and Callie met and fell in love in Hong Kong during the Vietnam War, and the consul-general is an old friend from those days, Tiger Cole. The Graftons quickly discover that Hong Kong is a powder keg ready to explode. A political murder and the closure of a foreign bank by the communist government are the sparks that light the fuse . . . and Tiger Cole is right in the middle of the action. When Callie is kidnapped by a rebel faction, Jake finds himself drawn into the vortex of a high-tech civil war. Drawing on the skills of CIA operative Tommy Carmellini, in order to save his wife Jake Grafton must figure out who he can trust-both among the Western factions vying for control of the volatile situation, and among the Chinese patriots fighting for their nation's future-and make sure the right side wins.
Category: Fiction

Elizabeth Cady Stanton Feminist As Thinker

Author : Ellen Carol DuBois
ISBN : 9780814720790
Genre : History
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More than one hundred years after her death, Elizabeth Cady Stanton still stands—along with her close friend Susan B. Anthony—as the major icon of the struggle for women’s suffrage. In spite of this celebrity, Stanton’s intellectual contributions have been largely overshadowed by the focus on her political activities, and she is yet to be recognized as one of the major thinkers of the nineteenth century. Here, at long last, is a single volume exploring and presenting Stanton’s thoughtful, original, lifelong inquiries into the nature, origins, range, and solutions of women’s subordination. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Feminist as Thinker reintroduces, contextualizes, and critiques Stanton’s numerous contributions to modern thought. It juxtaposes a selection of Stanton’s own writings, many of them previously unavailable, with eight original essays by prominent historians and social theorists interrogating Stanton’s views on such pressing social issues as religion, marriage, race, the self and community, and her place among leading nineteenth century feminist thinkers. Taken together, these essays and documents reveal the different facets, enduring insights, and fascinating contradictions of the work of one of the great thinkers of the feminist tradition. Contributors: Barbara Caine, Richard Cándida Smith, Ellen Carol DuBois, Ann D. Gordon, Vivian Gornick, Kathi Kern, Michele Mitchell, and Christine Stansell.
Category: History

Bulletproof Buddhists And Other Essays

Author : Frank Chin
ISBN : 0824819594
Genre : Literary Collections
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Frank Chin is perhaps the most instantly recognizable voice in Chinese American writing today. A self-proclaimed "transcendent Chinaman pagan heathen barbarian," Chin searches out (or stumbles on) the right people and situations, vividly recording the outcome in distinctively American terms. Here are six of his best essays, spanning the past forty years. Making his way across the U.S. to Cuba, Chin is arrested as an American spy some time between Castro's revolution and the missile crisis. He meets Ben Fee, the man who integrated San Francisco, and is introduced to Southeast Asian gangs and culture in San Diego. He discovers Chinese bachelor society along the California-Mexico border and travels to Singapore, where he speculates on the fear and suppression of Chinese culture among Chinese Singaporeans. Back at the home front, he encounters the new white racism along Interstate 5 during the Gulf War.
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