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I [love] macarons by Ogita, Hisako.

I [love] macarons

Presents detailed instructions and recipes for making macarons using ordinary baking equipment, including different cookie flavors and fillings, and includes tips on taste combinations and presentation.

Jul 30, 2015
Illustrator CC - 2014 release for Windows and Macintosh by Weinmann, Elaine, author.

Illustrator CC - 2014 release for Windows and Macintosh

A concise, step-by-step guide to Illustrator CC covers everything from the basics of launching the program to the new enhancements and features in this release, including upgrades to the Pencil tool, Swatches and Artboard panels, and new reshaping methods.

Jul 29, 2015
In Order to Live - A North Korean's Journey to Freedom by Park, Yeonmi

In Order to Live - A North Korean's Journey to Freedom

Aug 2, 2015
In trouble again - a journey between the Orinoco and the Amazon by O'Hanlon, Redmond, 1947-

In trouble again - a journey between the Orinoco and the Amazon

The author recounts his experiences traveling through the jungles of southwestern Venezuela, the home of jaguars, assassin bugs, piranha, and the violent Yanomami Indians

Aug 2, 2015
Information Insecurity - Privacy Under Siege by January, Brendan

Information Insecurity - Privacy Under Siege

Aug 2, 2015
Invasive species - what everyone needs to know by Simberloff, Daniel.

Invasive species - what everyone needs to know

Of the 7,000 estimated non-native species present in North America, approximately 1,000 are invasive. Clearly, invasive species are in the minority, but their small numbers don't keep them from causing billions of dollars in economic and ecological harm each year. Policymakers and ecologists continue to try to figure out which species might be harmful, which invasive species are doing the most damage, and which of these might respond best to eradication efforts. Invasive species reports and case

Jul 31, 2015
Jackie, Ethel, Joan - the women of Camelot by Taraborrelli, J. Randy.

Jackie, Ethel, Joan - the women of Camelot

Presents a look into the private lives and passions of three women in the Kennedy family.

Jul 31, 2015
Jane Bull's Get Set, Sew - A Beginners Sewing Machine Book by Bull, Jane

Jane Bull's Get Set, Sew - A Beginners Sewing Machine Book

Aug 2, 2015
Japanese cooking made simple - a Japanese cookbook with authentic recipes for ramen, bento, sushi & more. by

Japanese cooking made simple - a Japanese cookbook with authentic recipes for ramen, bento, sushi & more.

Jul 31, 2015
Keeping an eye open - essays on art by Barnes, Julian, author.

Keeping an eye open - essays on art

"An extraordinary collection--hawk-eyed and understanding--from the Booker Prize-winning, best-selling author of The Sense of an Ending and Levels of Life. As Julian Barnes explains: "Flaubert believed that...great paintings required no words of explanation. Braque thought the ideal state would be reached when we said nothing at all in front of a painting....But it is a rare picture that stuns, or argues, us into silence. And if one does, it is only a short time before we want to explain and und

Jul 31, 2015
Kissinger - 1923-1968- the Idealist by Ferguson, Niall

Kissinger - 1923-1968- the Idealist

Jul 31, 2015
Knit, swirl! - uniquely flattering one piece, one seam swirl jackets by McIver, Sandra.

Knit, swirl! - uniquely flattering one piece, one seam swirl jackets

All swirls share the same basic construction-- an outer circular form that flows into a bodice and sleeve component. Learn to create a wide variety of styles and a wardrobe of possibilities from this unique sweater design.

Aug 2, 2015
Knock wood by Bergen, Candice, 1946-

Knock wood

Candice Bergen provides insight into her privileged--but far from perfect--life as actress, model, photojournalist, and daughter of Edgar Bergen.

Jul 28, 2015
Last night in the OR - a transplant surgeon's odyssey by Shaw, Bud, author.

Last night in the OR - a transplant surgeon's odyssey

"The 1980s marked a revolution in the field of organ transplants, and Bud Shaw, M.D., who studied under Tom Starzl in Pittsburgh, was on the front lines. Now retired from active practice, Dr. Shaw relays gripping moments of anguish and elation, frustration and reward, despair and hope in his struggle to save patients. He reveals harshly intimate moments of his medical career: telling a patient's husband that his wife has died during surgery; struggling to complete a twenty-hour operation as ment

Jul 31, 2015
Last to die - a defeated empire, a forgotten mission, and the last American killed in World War II by Harding, Stephen, 1952-

Last to die - a defeated empire, a forgotten mission, and the last American killed in World War II

Describes the final days of World War II and the tragic death of Sergeant Anthony J. Marchione, the last U.S. soldier killed during the war, based on interviews with people who were there and official histories from America and Japan.

Jul 30, 2015
Latin for dummies by Hull, Clifford A.

Latin for dummies

An introduction to Latin that provides information on grammar, usage, and vocabulary, discusses how it can be used in modern situations, and includes a mini-dictionary and usage examples.

Jul 30, 2015
Le French Oven by Davis, Hillary

Le French Oven

Jul 31, 2015
Lead Belly - the Smithsonian Folkways collection. by Leadbelly, 1885-1949, composer, performer.

Lead Belly - the Smithsonian Folkways collection.

From the swamplands of Louisiana, the prisons of Texas, and the streets of New York City, Lead Belly and his music became cornerstones of American folk music and touchstones of African American cultural legacy.

Jul 30, 2015
Leave your mark - land your dream job, kill it in your career, rock social media by Licht, Aliza, author.

Leave your mark - land your dream job, kill it in your career, rock social media

Provided by publisher.

Jul 30, 2015
Lessons from Tara - life advice from the world's most brilliant dog by Rosenfelt, David, author.

Lessons from Tara - life advice from the world's most brilliant dog

"Rosenfelt's latest work of nonfiction has a slightly misleading title; although Tara, the author's first dog, takes center stage, other dogs--a handful of the hundreds the author and his wife have taken in over the years--do make some appearances. The book's theme is pretty straightforward: here are some of the things I've learned about myself through my dogs. Grieving after Tara's death, for example, allowed Rosenfelt to open up a more emotional side of himself; other dogs have shown him how t

Jul 27, 2015