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Coping with infertility, miscarriage, and neonatal loss - finding perspective and creating meaning by Wenzel, Amy, author.

Coping with infertility, miscarriage, and neonatal loss - finding perspective and creating meaning

Apr 17, 2014
Crohn's & colitis diet guide - includes 175 recipes by Steinhart, Allan Hillary, 1959- author.

Crohn's & colitis diet guide - includes 175 recipes

Dietary therapy is a high priority for people living with Crohn's desease or ulcerative colitis because it can help to manage IBD symptoms in most cases.--cover.

Apr 17, 2014
Decide - work smarter, reduce your stress, and lead by example by McClatchy, Steve, 1968-

Decide - work smarter, reduce your stress, and lead by example

"How to make better decisions and achieve your goals, what shapes a person's career and life, and what defines them as a leader? Their decisions. We all want to be more productive and deliver our best results. But doing this effectively--and consistently over time--is a significant challenge. Managing it all is hard, and leading in today's hyper-paced world is even harder.The good news is that leadership expert Steve McClatchy makes it easier. In Decide, McClatchy--who works with Fortune 1000 pe

Apr 17, 2014
Brick city - global icons to make from Lego by Elsmore, Warren.

Brick city - global icons to make from Lego

Provides photographs and scale drawings that aid in building the world's landmarks from Lego bricks, including the Golden Gate Bridge, the Louvre, the Coliseum, and the Great Wall of China.

Apr 17, 2014
The best things you can eat - for everything from aches to zzzz, the definitive guide to the nutrition-packed foods that energize, heal, and help you look great by Grotto, David W.

The best things you can eat - for everything from aches to zzzz, the definitive guide to the nutrition-packed foods that energize, heal, and help you look great

"The Best Things You Can Eat will be the first-ever book devoted to food rankings, drawing on the latest research on food and nutrition to provide readers with an irresistible compendium of food knowledge--an authoritative, informative, and enlightening go-to resource that pits one food against and another and reveals the most beneficial foods in a variety of categories. If you've always wondered what varieties of apple pack the biggest antioxidant punch or which foods you should rely on when yo

Apr 17, 2014
The book of odds - from lightning strikes to love at first sight, the odds of everyday life by Shapiro, Amram R, author.

The book of odds - from lightning strikes to love at first sight, the odds of everyday life

Presents over four hundred thousand statements of probability that capture who we are and how we live today, providing statistics on such topics as love, sex, health, education, religion, and drug use.

Apr 17, 2014
The Book of Shiatsu - Vitality and Health Through the Art of Touch by Lundberg, Paul/ Jenkinson, Ruth (PHT)

The Book of Shiatsu - Vitality and Health Through the Art of Touch

Apr 17, 2014
100 hikes in New Mexico by Martin, Craig, 1952-

100 hikes in New Mexico

Apr 17, 2014
Brick wonders - ancient, modern, an natural wonders made from LEGO by Elsmore, Warren, author.

Brick wonders - ancient, modern, an natural wonders made from LEGO

A book with more than 400 full color photos and plans for making the great Wonders of the World out of LEGOs, includes details for such landmarks as The Great Pyramid, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, and the Grand Canyon.

Apr 17, 2014
Better doctors, better patients, better decisions - envisioning health care 2020 by Ernst Strüngmann Forum (2009 : Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

Better doctors, better patients, better decisions - envisioning health care 2020

Apr 17, 2014
A bigger prize - how we can do better than the competition by Heffernan, Margaret, 1955-

A bigger prize - how we can do better than the competition

"Competition has run amok. Social Darwinism, survival of the fittest, is crudely understood as justifying a winner-takes-all culture. If you want get into the best school, land the right job, buy the cool dress, find the perfect partner, be made for life, you have tread underfoot any and all your rivals. Competition has become a simplistic zero-sum game, played without any enjoyment at all. In this book, Margaret Heffernan dispels this myth. Leading readers on a wide-ranging tour of competition

Apr 17, 2014
Big tent - the story of the conservative revolution - as told by the thinkers and doers who made it happen by

Big tent - the story of the conservative revolution - as told by the thinkers and doers who made it happen

Apr 17, 2014
The body fat breakthrough - tap the muscle-building power of negative training and lose up to 30 pounds in 30 days by Darden, Ellington, 1943-

The body fat breakthrough - tap the muscle-building power of negative training and lose up to 30 pounds in 30 days

Accompanied by before-and-after photos from his test subjects, a fitness researcher shares his revolutionary fitness plan, which uses negative training that helps shed pounds fast while building and toning muscle in six weeks.

Apr 17, 2014
Amazing American inventors of the 20th century by Jeffrey, Laura S., author.

Amazing American inventors of the 20th century

"Learn about these amazing inventors of the 20th century: William Lear, Philo Farnsworth, Beatrice Kenner, Gertrude Belle Elion, Gordon Gould, Charles Ginsburg, Robert Shurney, Jack Kilby, Stephanie Kwolek and Lonnie Johnson"--

Apr 17, 2014
The $11 billion year - from Sundance to the Oscars, an inside look at the changing Hollywood system by Thompson, Anne, 1954-

The $11 billion year - from Sundance to the Oscars, an inside look at the changing Hollywood system

Chronicling the making and marketing of movies released in 2012, from low-budget indies to studio blockbusters, a reporter who has written about Hollywood for more than twenty-five years covers every aspect of the billion-dollar global motion picture industry.

Apr 17, 2014
Albert Camus - solitude and solidarity by Camus, Catherine.

Albert Camus - solitude and solidarity

Using selected texts, photographs, and previously unpublished documents, Catherine Camus takes readers through the fascinating life and work of her father, Albert Camus, who, in his defense of the individual, also saw himself as the voice of the downtrodden. Writer, journalist, philosopher, playwright, and producer, he was a shining defender of freedom, whose art and person were dedicated to serving the dignity in humanity.

Apr 17, 2014
Buttermilk and Bible burgers - more stories from the kitchens of Appalachia by Sauceman, Fred William.

Buttermilk and Bible burgers - more stories from the kitchens of Appalachia

Apr 17, 2014
Brian Jones - the untold life and mysterious death of a rock legend by Jackson, Laura, 1957 November 20-

Brian Jones - the untold life and mysterious death of a rock legend

Apr 17, 2014
Albuquerque by O'Neill, Zora, author.

Albuquerque

Apr 17, 2014
Alex's wake - a voyage of betrayal and a journey of remembrance by Goldsmith, Martin, 1952- author.

Alex's wake - a voyage of betrayal and a journey of remembrance

Apr 17, 2014