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Why does money matter? by Rachel Eagen

Why does money matter?

Rachel Eagen

"This title explores the role of money in the lives of people around the world, including its necessity for meeting basic needs, as well as the importance for charity. Through authentic examples and engaging scenarios, young readers will learn that money,...

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Caffeine by Amy Francis


Amy Francis

Provides a wide range of opinions on a specific social issue. Offers a variety of perspectives-eyewitness accounts, governmental views, scientific analysis, newspaper and magazine accounts, and many more-to illuminate the issue. Extensive bibliographies...

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Slalom by Lewis Trondheim


Lewis Trondheim

McConey and his buddies can't wait to hit the mountain for winter vacation. Skiing, relaxing, dance parties, and card games... Just what the doctor ordered to get away from it all. Except nothing goes as planned, starting with the mysterious wolf on the...

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Generation Z by Corey Seemiller

Generation Z

Corey Seemiller

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Mandela and the general by John Carlin

Mandela and the general

John Carlin

"Will the Freedom Struggle End in a Bloodbath? Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid hero and first leader of the new South Africa, is an international symbol of the power of a popular movement to fight structural racism. But that nonviolent struggle for...

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The Clockmaker's Daughter by Kate Morton

The Clockmaker's Daughter

Kate Morton

Kate Morton's highly acclaimed novels have sold over 11 million copies worldwide and are number one bestsellers around the world.

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Alter ego. Park by Pierre-Paul Renders

Alter ego. Park

Pierre-Paul Renders

Park, a 25-year-old Korean man, basks in the sweet tropical sun of a luxury residence in the company of various other people of diverse backgrounds. They're all waited on hand and foot by a team of servants and carers. He spends most of his time with...

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Maid of honor by Charlotte MacLeod

Maid of honor

Charlotte MacLeod

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Brick foxhole by Richard Brooks

Brick foxhole

Richard Brooks

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The Dinner List by Rebecca Serle

The Dinner List

Rebecca Serle

If you could invite anyone at all to a fantasy dinner party, who would be on your list?

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The dangers of diet drugs by Christina Gatti

The dangers of diet drugs

Christina Gatti

This book examines the use of diet drugs and the pressure young adults get from friends, family and the media not to become overweight. This volume describes the consequences of taking these pills and provides information about healthy alternatives to...

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The happy runner by David Roche

The happy runner

David Roche

"The Happy Runner breaks down the science of performance psychology, introduces training principles, and provides real-world stories to show how runners can successfully apply the authors' Some Work, All Play (SWAP) principles into their daily runnin...

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Open to reason by Souleymane Bachir Diagne

Open to reason

Souleymane Bachir Diagne

What does it mean to be a Muslim philosopher, or to philosophize in Islam? In Open to Reason, Souleymane Bachir Diagne traces Muslims' intellectual and spiritual history of examining and questioning beliefs and arguments to show how Islamic philosophy...

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Oil, power, and war by Matthieu Auzanneau

Oil, power, and war

Matthieu Auzanneau

"Oil, Power, and War is a sweeping, unabashed history of oil, told by French journalist Matthieu Auzanneau. It provides a detailed account of the people and events that drove the oil industry from its earliest days, and takes a critical look at the way...

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The Crack by Christopher Radmann

The Crack

Christopher Radmann

Gentle but highly strung, Janet must support her Afrikaner husband in his new job as a plain-clothes policeman and specialist interrogator. Hector-Jan heads off to work on New Year's Day, aware that he is unbearably close to a bloody drama about to unfold....

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The reincarnated giant

The reincarnated giant

A new wave of Chinese science fiction is here. This golden age has not only resurrected the genre but also subverted its own conventions. Going beyond political utopianism and technological optimism, contemporary Chinese writers conjure glittering visions...

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Alter ego. Noah by Pierre-Paul Renders

Alter ego. Noah

Pierre-Paul Renders

Can power make you happy? Noah's got everything going for him: he's good-looking, smart, wealthy, arrogant and cynical. And he has every reason to be: he's the son of the most powerful man on the planet, the President of the United States. But right now,...

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Sympathy for the traitor by Mark Polizzotti

Sympathy for the traitor

Mark Polizzotti

An engaging and unabashedly opinionated examination of what translation is and isn't.0For some, translation is the poor cousin of literature, a necessary evil if not an outright travesty -- summed up by the old Italian play on words, traduttore, trad...

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Fatal festival days by Jamie M. Blair

Fatal festival days

Jamie M. Blair

"While planning the winter festival for Metamora, Indiana, Cameron Cripps-Hayman and her Action Agency deal with protestors, missing mascots, and a dead host"--

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The Alchemy of Things by Karen McCartney

The Alchemy of Things

Karen McCartney

Explores the homes of 18 global creatives who take an eccentric, whimsical, curated and clever approach to their living space.

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Guest of honor by Deborah Davis

Guest of honor

Deborah Davis

In this revealing social history, one remarkable White House dinner becomes a lens through which to examine race, politics, and the lives and legacies of two of America's most iconic figures. In 1901, President Theodore Roosevelt invited Booker T. Wa...

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Catching Teller Crow by Ambelin Kwaymullina

Catching Teller Crow

Ambelin Kwaymullina

A totally addictive ghost story, crime story and thriller, told half in prose and half in verse, from two of the most exciting Aboriginal voices in Australia.

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Stefan G. Bucher's Letter Heads by Stefan G. Bucher

Stefan G. Bucher's Letter Heads

Stefan G. Bucher

An innovative alphabet book using 3D modeling software from one of the nation's most prominent graphic designers.

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I have loved me a man by Sharon Mazer

I have loved me a man

Sharon Mazer

"From the Old Mill Disco in Timaru to San Francisco's ACT UP protests, through Jazzercise and drag, AIDS and homosexual law reform, I Have Loved Me a Man takes readers inside the social revolution that has moved New Zealand from the 1960s to the present...

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Cirak's daughter by Charlotte MacLeod

Cirak's daughter

Charlotte MacLeod

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Arguments for a theatre by Howard Barker

Arguments for a theatre

Howard Barker

For more than three decades Howard Barker has argued passionately against the deformation of English theatre by social realism. Insisting on the primacy of tragedy over all art forms in Western culture, his elaboration of a tragic form for our time -...

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Chronic pain by Kelly Gurnett

Chronic pain

Kelly Gurnett

This book describes the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment of chronic pain.

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A vintage death by Mary Ellen Hughes

A vintage death

Mary Ellen Hughes

"When a local bed & breakfast owner is found dead, killed by a pair of vintage scissors, Callie Reed teams up with a visiting author to defend the victim's estranged wife and unearth the real killer"--

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Ronaldo by Matt Oldfield


Matt Oldfield

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Understanding hepatitis by Naheed Ali

Understanding hepatitis

Naheed Ali

Hepatitis afflicts many people and is a growing cause for concern. Naheed Ali, MD, breaks down the history, causes, symptoms, and treatment of hepatitis so readers, both patients and those who love them, can better understand the disease and address the...

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Reduce, reuse, re-imagine by Beth Porter

Reduce, reuse, re-imagine

Beth Porter

People are proud to recycle, but in recent years many have become suspicious the process isn't operating as seamlessly as we'd like to think. Reduce, Reuse, Reimagine makes sense of the complex system for any reader who wants to learn how it works, what...

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The Two Kinds of Righteousness by E. W. Kenyon

The Two Kinds of Righteousness

E. W. Kenyon

This book unfolds a truth that is the key to the faith life, and reveals God's cure for sin consciousness.

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Forbidden mysteries of Faery witchcraft by Storm Faerywolf

Forbidden mysteries of Faery witchcraft

Storm Faerywolf

"Forbidden Mysteries of Faery Witchcraft invites you to walk the bardic path of poetry, art, song, and ecstasy as you cultivate the power of the forsaken shadows. Guiding you through enchantments, reflections, demonic rituals, divine possession, necr...

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Sex, drugs and the electoral roll by Fiona Patten

Sex, drugs and the electoral roll

Fiona Patten

The incredible story of Fiona Patten, in her own inimitable words. Tireless fighter, courageous activist and effective politician who really is making a difference to her world.

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Brain health as you age by Steven P. Simmons

Brain health as you age

Steven P. Simmons

While we may expect to live longer, many wonder if their brains will keep up with their bodies. This book looks at typical functions and declines of an aging brain, the signs and symptoms of problems, the available treatments, the financial responsib...

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Impostors by Scott Westerfeld


Scott Westerfeld

In a world full of social and military tech, power struggles, dictatorships, surveillance, intrigue and the ever-present threat of treachery, Frey is sent on a potentially deadly mission. Impostors is the first book in a new quartet - a thrilling return...

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Medical medium liver rescue by Anthony William

Medical medium liver rescue

Anthony William

William, a medical medium, believes that a problematic liver is yet one more symptom of something much larger. Here he shares his take on the epidemic of illnesses he sees as being related to liver problems, and offers a life-changing toolkit to bring...

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Zero harm by Craig Clapper

Zero harm

Craig Clapper

"From the nation's leading experts in healthcare safety the first comprehensive guide to delivering care that ensures the safety of patients and staff alike. One of the primary tenets among healthcare professionals is, "First, do no harm." Patient an...

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Beginning robotics programming in Java with Lego Mindstorms by Wei Lu

Beginning robotics programming in Java with Lego Mindstorms

Wei Lu

This book will show you the difference between making a robot move and making a robot THINK. Using Mindstorms EV3 and LeJOS, an open source project for Java Mindstorms projects, you'll learn how to create Artificial Intelligence for your bot. Your robot...

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Tree by David Suzuki


David Suzuki

A new edition of a contemporary natural history classic, with a new foreword by Peter Wohlleben, author of The Hidden Life of Trees.

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Bone by George C. Chesbro


George C. Chesbro

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Collecting old glass by J. H. (James Henry) Yoxall

Collecting old glass

J. H. (James Henry) Yoxall

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The Book of Snakes by Mark O?'Shea

The Book of Snakes

Mark O?'Shea

The Book of Snakes profiles 600 significant species from all 32 families, to create a beautiful collector's piece that is both a significant resource for enthusiasts and scholars.

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Murdoch by Ron Palenski


Ron Palenski

The story of Keith Murdoch is the story that won't go away. Ejected from the All Blacks' long tour of 1972-73 because of a run-in with a security guard, Murdoch thereafter chose the solitary life of a nomad, much of it in the Australian. Other rugby ...

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No weigh! by Shelley Aggarwal

No weigh!

Shelley Aggarwal

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The lost battalions by Tom Gilling

The lost battalions

Tom Gilling

A little known story of two Australian battalions abandoned in Java during World War II and the heroes who kept them alive in the worst of Japan's prisoner of war camps.

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What should we eat?

What should we eat?

"Gluten, red meat, fish, insects--all things we do or don't eat, but could. But should we? This title in the At Issue series, What Should We Eat?, explores how best to sustain ourselves, from organic food to fast food."--

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The boys. Volume twelve, The bloody doors off by Garth Ennis

The boys. Volume twelve, The bloody doors off

Garth Ennis

The war is over and the world is saved. The supes have been beaten down so far they'll never get up again. So why would anyone want one hundred and eighteen metric tons of the only substance on earth that can kill them all stone dead? Bad days start ...

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Does the Internet increase anxiety?

Does the Internet increase anxiety?

Provides a wide range of opinions on a specific social issue. Offers a variety of perspectives-eyewitness accounts, governmental views, scientific analysis, newspaper and magazine accounts, and many more-to illuminate the issue. Extensive bibliographies...

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Raising the baton by Bruce Herschensohn

Raising the baton

Bruce Herschensohn

When Christopher Straw was a little boy in Fort Littleton, Pennsylvania, he wanted to be the first man to land on the moon. That was before the advent of Astronauts. He never reached the moon but when he grew up he was heavily involved in the new industry...

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Provides a wide range of opinions on a specific social issue. Offers a variety of perspectives-eyewitness accounts, governmental views, scientific analysis, newspaper and magazine accounts, and many more-to illuminate the issue. Extensive bibliographies...

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Blacksad. Arctic nation by Juan Díaz Canales

Blacksad. Arctic nation

Juan Díaz Canales

Oldsmill, the town's head honcho, is a white tiger. Karup, the chief of police, is a white bear. Huk, Karup's henchman, a white fox. Along with the other animals of immaculate pelt, they form the WASP association (W for White, AS for Anglo-Saxon, P f...

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Desert star. Volume 1 by Stephen Desberg

Desert star. Volume 1

Stephen Desberg

Our story starts in Washington, 1870. Matthew Montgomery has an important post at the Ministry of Defense. He's rather an inflexible man who always respects the rules, which is why he warned his daughter, Helen, not to leave with that idiot, Glover. Of...

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Blacksad. Silent Hell by Juan Díaz Canales

Blacksad. Silent Hell

Juan Díaz Canales

It's 1950s New Orleans, and Mardi Gras is in full swing. Thanks to Weekly, a Jazz producer going by the name of Faust sets up a meeting with Blacksad. Faust asks Blacksad if he could look into the disappearance of Sebastian, one of his musicians. There's...

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Olympia by Bastien Vivès


Bastien Vivès

Meet Sam and Alex, two hip BFFs left over from a trio of highly skilled and fearless cat burglars who specialize in breaking into the world's greatest museums to steal priceless works of art. When a botched job lands them in big trouble with a mafia boss,...

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The eye that never sleeps by Marissa Moss

The eye that never sleeps

Marissa Moss

Using bold panels of art, this book tells the story of Allan Pinkerton's Detective Agency and its pursuit of the truth.

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Blacksad. Amarillo by Juan Díaz Canales

Blacksad. Amarillo

Juan Díaz Canales

Blacksad is in New Orleans, looking for work. He just so happens to come across a rich Texan who asks him to drive his car back down to his hometown. Perfect! An easy job and good money, not to mention the beautiful car! So the detective accepts. But,...

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Blacksad. Red Soul by Juan Díaz Canales

Blacksad. Red Soul

Juan Díaz Canales

Blacksad is in Las Vegas, with both his finances and morale at rock bottom, working for a wealthy gambling man. However, an unexpected encounter shakes up his new life: his friend Otto Lieber, a high-profile scientist, is in town for a nuclear conference....

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A talent for sin by Lavinia Kent

A talent for sin

Lavinia Kent

She was blessed with a gift of temptation. Violet, Lady Carrington, possesses everything a spirited woman could want out of life. Money (and lots of it). The freedom to make her own choices, with no husband to rule her. And a delightfully attentive y...

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