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The Chinese kitchen garden - growing techniques and family recipes from a classic cuisine by Kiang-Spray, Wendy, author. The Chinese kitchen garden - growing techniques and family recipes from a classic cuisine

Jan 20, 2017
Cheech is not my real name - but don't call me Chong! by Marin, Cheech, author. Cheech is not my real name - but don't call me Chong!

A memoir by the counterculture legend discusses how he formed one of the most successful comedy duos of all time, became a representative of the recreational drug movement, forged a successful solo career, and amassed a collection of renowned Chicano art.

Jan 20, 2017
Che Guevara's face - how a Cuban photographer's image became a cultural icon by Smith-Llera, Danielle, 1971- author. Che Guevara's face - how a Cuban photographer's image became a cultural icon

"Discusses the iconic photograph of revolutionary Che Guevara taken in 1960 by Cuban photographer Alberto Korda"--

Jan 20, 2017
Chasing slow - courage to journey off the beaten path by Loechner, Erin, author. Chasing slow - courage to journey off the beaten path

Jan 20, 2017
Charlton Heston - Hollywood's Last Icon by Eliot, Marc Charlton Heston - Hollywood's Last Icon

Jan 20, 2017
Casanova - the world of a seductive genius by Bergreen, Laurence, author. Casanova - the world of a seductive genius

"The remarkable story of Giacomo Casanova (1725-1798), an impoverished abandoned boy who became the notorious libertine, famous writer, and correspondent with figures such as Voltaire, Louis XV, and Catherine the Great in decadent 18th-century Europe."--Provided by publisher.

Jan 20, 2017
Caring for the dying - the doula approach to a meaningful death by Fersko-Weiss, Henry, author. Caring for the dying - the doula approach to a meaningful death

Jan 20, 2017
Capitalism's crisis deepens - essays on the global economic meltdown 2010-2014 by Wolff, Richard D., author. Capitalism's crisis deepens - essays on the global economic meltdown 2010-2014

Jan 20, 2017
Bright line eating - the science of living happy, thin, and free by Thompson, Susan Peirce, author. Bright line eating - the science of living happy, thin, and free

"Over 99% of people who try to lose weight don't succeed. They don't get slender and they don't stay slender long term. The average dieter spends a significant amount of money and makes four or five new attempts each year. Four or five new attempts each year with almost no hope of success. Only 1% of people will get down to their goal weight on traditional diets. Susan Peirce Thompson. Ph.D., suggests that there's something fishy going on here, something important we're not paying attention to.

Jan 20, 2017
Brain-powered weight loss - the 11-step behavior-based plan that ends overeating and leads to dropping unwanted pounds for good by Kingsford, Eliza, author. Brain-powered weight loss - the 11-step behavior-based plan that ends overeating and leads to dropping unwanted pounds for good

Jan 20, 2017
Born both - an intersex life by Viloria, Hida, author. Born both - an intersex life

"From Hida Viloria, writer and intersex activist, a candid, provocative, and eye-opening memoir of life, love, and gender identity as an intact intersex person, as well as a call to action for justice for intersex people. Hida Viloria was raised as a girl but discovered early on that he/r body was different. Unlike most people who are born intersex in the first world--meaning they have genitals, reproductive organs, hormones, and/or chromosomal patterns that do not fit standard definitions of m

Jan 20, 2017
The Body Builders - Inside the Science of the Engineered Human by Piore, Adam The Body Builders - Inside the Science of the Engineered Human

Jan 20, 2017
Bluetooth Low Energy With Android and Arduino - Short-range Wireless Sensor Networking by Gaitatzis, Tony Bluetooth Low Energy With Android and Arduino - Short-range Wireless Sensor Networking

Jan 20, 2017
Bleaker house - chasing my novel to the end of the world by Stevens, Nell, 1985- author. Bleaker house - chasing my novel to the end of the world

"A whimsical blend of memoir and travelogue, laced with wry and indispensable writing advice, Bleaker House is a story of creative struggle that brilliantly captures the self-torture of the writing life. Twenty-seven-year-old Nell Stevens was determined to write a novel, but somehow life kept getting in the way. Then came a game-changing opportunity: she won a fellowship that let her spend three months, all expenses paid, anywhere in the world to research and write a book. Would she choose a gli

Jan 20, 2017
Becoming the iceman by Hof, Wim Becoming the iceman

Jan 20, 2017
Beastly brains - exploring how animals think, talk, and feel by Castaldo, Nancy F. (Nancy Fusco), 1962- author. Beastly brains - exploring how animals think, talk, and feel

"In this fascinating nonfiction account, author Nancy F. Castaldo reveals just what's going on inside the minds of animals, and through understanding animal intelligence we discover more about ourselves, including far more similarities than one might expect. Humans may have the biggest brains, but intelligence is not a quality exclusive to only us!"--

Jan 20, 2017
Ballerina body - dancing and eating your way to a leaner, stronger, more graceful you by Copeland, Misty, author. Ballerina body - dancing and eating your way to a leaner, stronger, more graceful you

The celebrated ballerina and role model shares step-by-step advice for how to reshape the body and achieve a lean, strong physique and maximum health, outlining key recommendations for diet, exercise, and staying motivated.

Jan 20, 2017
The art of memory by Yates, Frances Amelia, author. The art of memory

A revolutionary book about mnemonic techniques, and their relation to culture as a whole, which is itself hard to forget. The ancient Greeks, to whom a trained memory was of vital importance -- as it was to everyone before the invention of printing -- created an elaborate memory system, based on a technique of impressing 'places' and 'images' on the mind. Inherited and recorded by the Romans, this art of memory passed into the European tradition, to be revived, in occult form, at the Renaissance

Jan 20, 2017
Animals strike curious poses - essays by Passarello, Elena, author. Animals strike curious poses - essays

Jan 20, 2017
Android Programming - The Big Nerd Ranch Guide by Phillips, Bill/ Stewart, Chris Android Programming - The Big Nerd Ranch Guide

Jan 20, 2017

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