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What S Inside You Is Inside Me Too

Author : Deslie Quinby
ISBN : 069231038X
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Every child, every person, every living thing is unique, in big part, due to chromosomes. Children with Down syndrome have an extra chromosome. this book informs people about Down syndrome in a fun illustrative way. In the process, it also explains chromosomes and their role in making every living thing special. A valuable tool for educators, siblings, individuals with Down syndrome, advocates and for those innately curious.

The Mask Of Troy

Author : David Gibbins
ISBN : 9780755374311
Genre : Fiction
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Jack Howard becomes part of a terrifying legacy and a race against time, in the action-packed new adventure from bestselling author David Gibbins.Greece. 1871. Heinrich Schliemann, the great archaeologist, raises the Mask of Agamemnon and makes a mind-blowing discovery. Determined to keep it a secret until the time is right, he then dies. Germany. 1945. The liberation of a concentration camp reveals clues to lost antiquities stolen by the Nazis. But the operation is covered up after a deadly secret surfaces. Northern Aegean. Present day. Marine archaeologist Jack Howard discovers a shipwreck with ancient inscriptions that indicate the galley is part of the war fleet of Agamemnon, king of the Greeks. When Jack’s daughter finds a drawing made by a concentration camp survivor that holds a clue to Schliemann’s secret, Jack becomes embroiled in a desperate chase across Europe against a ruthless enemy...
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Author : Jason Wallace
ISBN : 9781849396677
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Zimbabwe, 1994. A group of children spot peculiar lights in the sky over the grounds of their school. From this moment on, six young people's lives are changed forever. Gary hides the anguish he feels now his mum's left, acting out in fury and hatred. Chloe has no words for the thing she fears most every day. Karl is the headmaster's son, now fallen from grace. Tendai knows he can never live up to his grieving father's ideals. And Sixpence watches all, knowing he'll never be like these other children. All of them have seen something they can't explain. In amongst these tangled, tortured lives, comes a group of psychologists to verify the spookily similar claims of every witness. Their daughter, Holly, can tell there's more to it than aliens or mass hysteria – can she reveal the dark truths that haunt them? Inspired by true accounts, this is the long-awaited new novel from Costa-award-winner Jason Wallace.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Hybrid Child

Author : Mariko Ohara
ISBN : 9781452957180
Genre : Fiction
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A classic of Japanese speculative fiction that blurs the line between consumption and creation when a cyborg assumes the form and spirit of a murdered child Until he escaped, he had been called “Sample B #3,” but he had never liked this name. That would surprise them—that he could feel one way or another about it. He was designed to reshape himself based on whatever life forms he ingested; he was not made to think, and certainly not to assume the shape of a repair technician whose cells he had sampled and then simply walk out of the secure compound. Artificial Intelligence is all too real in this classic of Japanese science fiction by Mariko Ōhara. Jonah, a child murdered by her mother, has become the spirit of an AI-controlled house where the rogue cyborg once known as Sample B #3 takes refuge and, making a meal of the dead girl buried under the house, takes Jonah’s form. On faraway Planet Caritas, an outpost of human civilization, the female AI system that governs society has become insane. Meanwhile, the threat of the Adiaptron Empire, the machine race that #3 was built to fight, remains. With the familiar strangeness of a fairy tale, Ōhara’s novel traverses the mysterious distance between body and mind, between the mechanics of life and the ghost in the machine, between the infinitesimal and infinity. The child as mother, the mother as monster, the monster as hero: this shape-shifting story of nourishment, nurture, and parturition is a rare feminist work of speculative fiction and received the prestigious Seiun (Nebula) Award in 1991. Hybrid Child is the first English translation of a major work of science fiction by a female Japanese author.
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Contemporary Armenian Drama

Author : Herand M. Markarian
ISBN : UOM:39015064979134
Genre : Armenian drama
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105010205313
Genre : Church and the world
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Issues for Dec. 1970-Apr. 1972 include section: Hard times.
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Love Is A Couple

Author : Chuck Gallagher
ISBN : 0821564641
Genre : Christian ethics
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Category: Christian ethics


Author : Titus Maccius Plautus
ISBN : 0674990684
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Man And His Measure

Author : Francis Xavier Connolly
ISBN : UCAL:B3607828
Genre : Literature
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A Lost King

Author : Raymond DeCapite
ISBN : UCAL:B87268
Genre : Cleveland (Ohio)
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His mother is dead and his father is now ill. In order to please his father, he tries job after job, but is fired from every job. The only happiness in his life is Peggy.
Category: Cleveland (Ohio)

Across The Running Tide

Author : Michael J. Cohen
ISBN : CORNELL:31924002007080
Genre : Ecology
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The Sweet Death Of Candor

Author : Hannah Lees
ISBN : UOM:39015003341529
Genre : Married women
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105005453605
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An Accidental Autobiography

Author : Barbara Grizzuti Harrison
ISBN : UCSC:32106013168049
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In a provocative memoir of her life, work, the lessons she has learned, and the woman she has become, the author of Italian Days shares a collection of memories in such chapters as "Men and Gods," "Loot and lists and Lust (and Things)," "Home Economics," and "Breathing Lessons." Tour.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Violent Shore

Author : Anton Myrer
ISBN : UCAL:$B104390
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Inside Sports

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105005678136
Genre : Sports
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Breaking The Watch

Author : Joel S. Savishinsky
ISBN : STANFORD:36105028621618
Genre : Business & Economics
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Taking a sociological approach to retirement, the author, a professor of social science focuses on the lives of thirteen men and thirteen women as they make the passage from working to retirement.
Category: Business & Economics