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The mother letters - sharing the laughter, joy, struggles, and hope by Haines, Amber C, author.

The mother letters - sharing the laughter, joy, struggles, and hope

Apr 29, 2016
My father and Atticus Finch - a lawyer's fight for justice in 1930s Alabama by Beck, Joseph Madison, author.

My father and Atticus Finch - a lawyer's fight for justice in 1930s Alabama

Apr 29, 2016
The new Arab wars - uprisings and anarchy in the Middle East by Lynch, Marc, 1969- author.

The new Arab wars - uprisings and anarchy in the Middle East

"Less than twenty-four months after the hope-filled Arab uprising, the popular movement had morphed into a dystopia of resurgent dictators, failed states, and civil wars. Egypt|s epochal transition to democracy ended in a violent military coup. Yemen and Libya collapsed into civil war, while Bahrain erupted in smothering sectarian repression. Syria proved the greatest victim of all, ripped apart by internationally fueled insurgencies and an externally supported, bloody-minded regime. Amidst the

Apr 29, 2016
The next pandemic - on the front lines against humankind's gravest dangers by Khan, Ali, MD, author.

The next pandemic - on the front lines against humankind's gravest dangers

A former director of the Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response (PHPR) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lays out his theories on when, where, and how the next major disease outbreak will arrive.

Apr 29, 2016
November project, the book - inside the free, grassroots fitness movement that's taking over the world by Graham, Brogan, author.

November project, the book - inside the free, grassroots fitness movement that's taking over the world

"November Project: The Book is the story of how two irreverent, way-outside-the-box fitness fanatics are flipping the fitness industry on its head and literally making the world a better place, one city at a time. No facility. No machines. Just two dudesand a tribe of thousands. Welcome to November Project's world takeover. What started 4 years ago as a simple monthlong workout pact between two former Northeastern University oarsmen in Boston has grown into an international fitness phenomenon. N

Apr 29, 2016
Nutrition for intuition by Virtue, Doreen, 1958- author.

Nutrition for intuition

"Nutrition for Intuition shows the connection between what we eat and our spiritual abilities. Previous books have spoken about how to become psychic, and how to trust your intuition, through meditation, prayer, and so on. And, of course, these methods are extremely effective. However, this book is different because it recognizes that meditation alone may not change your intuition if you continue to ingest unhealthy, low-vibration foods. Nutrition for Intuition speaks about how to enhance your n

Apr 29, 2016
Off script - an advance man's guide to White House stagecraft, campaign spectacle, and political suicide by King, Josh (Joshua), author.

Off script - an advance man's guide to White House stagecraft, campaign spectacle, and political suicide

"Being a public figure is no walk in the park - the world focuses on every move that politicians make and highlights their every mistake. "Image collapse" can befall anyone whose carefully cultivated persona is pitted against intermediaries in the broadcast booths of cable news networks or behind the photo desks of newspapers, magazines, and today's host of digital platforms. As a world-traveling "advance man," an operative who orchestrates TV- and photo-ready moments involving important politic

Apr 29, 2016
Old age - a beginner's guide by Kinsley, Michael E, author.

Old age - a beginner's guide

"A collection of essays on aging, Parkinson's disease, fame, and the legacy of the Baby Boomer generation"--

Apr 29, 2016
One World Trade Center - biography of the building by Dupré, Judith, 1956- author.

One World Trade Center - biography of the building

In more than 150 photographs, drawings, and plans--most never seen by the public--Judith Dupre´ shares the background on the rise of the building.One World Trade Center showcases the skyscraper's groundbreaking design and engineering, from the initial excavation to the final placement of the spire and captures the hope, resiliency, and pride of those who built it. The book has in-depth explorations of the innovations, including a 360 degree view from the One World Observatory. --Publisher

Apr 29, 2016
Healing Herbs for Women - A Guide to Natural Remedies by Soule, Deb/ Szwed, Susan (ILT)

Healing Herbs for Women - A Guide to Natural Remedies

Apr 29, 2016
Cured - Handcrafted Charcuteria & More by Wekselbaum, Charles

Cured - Handcrafted Charcuteria & More

Apr 29, 2016
Collected poems - 1950-2012 by Rich, Adrienne, 1929-2012, author.

Collected poems - 1950-2012

Apr 29, 2016
Chicken Soup for the Soul The Joy of Less - 101 Stories About Having More by Simplifying Our Lives by Newmark, Amy

Chicken Soup for the Soul The Joy of Less - 101 Stories About Having More by Simplifying Our Lives

Apr 29, 2016
The chew - an essential guide to cooking and entertaining by Archer, Ashley (EDT)

The chew - an essential guide to cooking and entertaining

Offers practical recipes and entertaining advice, as well as wit, wisdom, answers to viewer questions, and photos from the daytime television show, "The Chew."

Apr 29, 2016
Chasing heaven - what dying taught me about living by McVea, Crystal, author.

Chasing heaven - what dying taught me about living

The author recalls how, after her near-death visit to Heaven, her life changed and she embraced a life of love, faith, and passion in this world, and advises readers to adopt the path of faith in order to make the most of the time they have.

Apr 29, 2016
Changing normal - how I helped my husband beat cancer by Henner, Marilu, author.

Changing normal - how I helped my husband beat cancer

Apr 29, 2016
Catastrophic happiness - finding joy in childhood's messy years by Newman, Catherine, 1968- author.

Catastrophic happiness - finding joy in childhood's messy years

The author discusses the bittersweet joy of raising children as she describes her family's own journey.

Apr 29, 2016
Calming your anxious child - words to say and things to do by Trainor, Kathleen, 1955- author.

Calming your anxious child - words to say and things to do

Apr 29, 2016
Bind us apart - how enlightened Americans invented racial segregation by Guyatt, Nicholas, 1973-

Bind us apart - how enlightened Americans invented racial segregation

""All men are created equal" is America's most cherished proposition. But for more than a century after Thomas Jefferson wrote those words, the Founding Fathers and their successors failed to extend the promise of the Declaration of Independence to blacks and Indians. Why? We take refuge in the notion that white people at the time were the prisoners of racist ideas and that we today are more enlightened. In this popular view, the history of America demonstrates how racist beliefs have been slowl

Apr 29, 2016
Bigfoot, Yeti, and the Last Neanderthal by Sykes, Bryan

Bigfoot, Yeti, and the Last Neanderthal

Apr 29, 2016