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Totality - the great American eclipses of 2017 and 2024 by Littmann, Mark, 1939- author. Totality - the great American eclipses of 2017 and 2024

May 26, 2017
Toltecs of the new millennium by Sánchez, Víctor, 1961- Toltecs of the new millennium

Counter Victor Sanchez offers us a rare glimpse into the life and practice of Toltec spiritual warriors. Tracing their lineage to a time before the Aztec, the Toltec recognize Earth as a living being, share a profound communion with their land, and demonstrate unusual powers of perception. Sanchez describes the Toltec tradition living on in the practice of contemporary indigenous people of Mexico, and explains how this wisdom is available to sincere readers. Learn how their indigenous survival s

May 26, 2017
Television series of the 1970s - essential facts and quirky details by Terrace, Vincent, 1948- author. Television series of the 1970s - essential facts and quirky details

From Archie Bunker to John-Boy Walton, this book profiles characters who were featured in some of the most popular television shows of the 1970s. Each entry includes personal details that were revealed during each show's run: names, addresses, maiden names, nicknames, date of births, phone numbers, relatives, and other fascinating details.

May 26, 2017
Stitch, fabric & thread - an inspirational guide for creative stitchers by Healey, Elizabeth, author. Stitch, fabric & thread - an inspirational guide for creative stitchers

This inventive book is a treasure trove of over 40 inspiring practical exercises, a rich and creative exploration of fabric and stitch, and a fascinating all-round read. The exercises draw inspiration from around the world: create corded works of art inspired by Milton Glaser's iconic Bob Dylan album cover; create bold embroidered African masks; layer up and cut away to create Mola applique; use bleach and fabric paint to create Aboriginal dreamtime lizards; create knotted works of art inspired

May 26, 2017
Star, branch, spiral, fan - learn to draw from nature's perfect design structures by James, Yellena, author. Star, branch, spiral, fan - learn to draw from nature's perfect design structures

Provided by amazon.com.

May 26, 2017
The soul of the First Amendment by Abrams, Floyd, author. The soul of the First Amendment

"A lively and controversial overview by the nation's most celebrated First Amendment lawyer of the unique protections for freedom of speech in America... The right of Americans to voice their beliefs without government approval or oversight is protected under what may well be the most honored and least understood addendum to the US Constitution: the First Amendment. Floyd Abrams, a noted lawyer and award-winning legal scholar specializing in First Amendment issues, examines the degree to which A

May 26, 2017
Small gas engine repair by Dempsey, Paul (Paul K.), author. Small gas engine repair

"Fully updated to reflect the latest technologies, this best-selling guide shows how to troubleshoot and repair the engines found in household devices--including lawnmowers, garden tractors, portable generators, and handheld tools. Written by a master mechanic, Small Gas Engine Repair, Fourth Edition, provides easy-to-follow, fully illustrated instructions for complicated diagnostic and repair procedures. The book suggests money-saving alternatives to expensive factory tools and overpriced repla

May 26, 2017
Shake it up - great American writing on rock and pop from Elvis to Jay Z by Shake it up - great American writing on rock and pop from Elvis to Jay Z

"Jonathan Lethem and Kevin Dettmar's Shake It Up invites the reader into the tumult and excitement of the rock revolution through fifty landmark pieces by a supergroup of writers on rock in all its variety, from heavy metal to disco, punk to hip-hop. Stanley Booth describes a recording session with Otis Redding; Ellen Willis traces the meteoric career of Janis Joplin; Ellen Sander recalls the chaotic world of Led Zeppelin on tour; Nick Tosches etches a portrait of the young Jerry Lee Lewis; Eve

May 26, 2017
Resilient grieving - finding strength and embracing life after a loss that changes everything by Hone, Lucy, author. Resilient grieving - finding strength and embracing life after a loss that changes everything

May 26, 2017
The Raqqa diaries - escape from "Islamic State" by Samer, author. The Raqqa diaries - escape from "Islamic State"

May 26, 2017
Queer, there, and everywhere - 23 people who changed the world by Prager, Sarah, 1986- author. Queer, there, and everywhere - 23 people who changed the world

A LGBTQ chronicle for teens shares hip, engaging facts about 23 influential gender-ambiguous notables from the era of the Roman Empire to the present, exploring how they defied convention to promote civil rights, pursue relationships on their own terms and shape culture.

May 26, 2017
Paleo in a nutshell - living & eating the way nature intended by Bond, Geoff, author. Paleo in a nutshell - living & eating the way nature intended

May 26, 2017
Nothing Good Happens at . . . the Baby Hospital - The Strange, Silly World of Pediatric Brain Surgery by Fulkerson, Daniel, author. Nothing Good Happens at . . . the Baby Hospital - The Strange, Silly World of Pediatric Brain Surgery

Provided by amazon.com.

May 26, 2017
Murder in Matera - a true story of passion, family, and forgiveness in Southern Italy by Stapinski, Helene, author. Murder in Matera - a true story of passion, family, and forgiveness in Southern Italy

"Since childhood, Helene Stapinski heard lurid tales about her great-great-grandmother, Vita. In Southern Italy, she was a loose woman who had murdered someone. Immigrating to America with three children, she lost one along the way. Helene's youthful obsession with Vita deepened as she grew up, eventually propelling the journalist to Italy, where, with her own children in tow, she pursued the story, determined to set the record straight" -- provided by publisher.

May 26, 2017
Migrant, refugee, smuggler, savior by Tinti, Peter, author. Migrant, refugee, smuggler, savior

When states, charities, and NGOs either ignore or are overwhelmed by movement of people on a vast scale, criminal networks step into the breach. This book explains what happens next.

May 26, 2017
Medical catastrophe - confessions of an anesthesiologist by Dworkin, Ronald William, author. Medical catastrophe - confessions of an anesthesiologist

May 26, 2017
Maximinus Thrax - from common soldier to emperor of Rome by Pearson, Paul N. (Paul Nicholas), author. Maximinus Thrax - from common soldier to emperor of Rome

"Maximinus was a Thracian tribesman "of frightening appearance and colossal size" who could smash stones with his bare hands and pull fully laden wagons unaided. Such feats impressed the emperor Severus who enlisted Maximinus into the imperial bodyguard whereupon he embarked on a distinguished military career. Eventually he achieved senior command in the massive Roman invasion of Persia in 232 AD, and three years later he became emperor himself in a military coup—the first common soldier

May 26, 2017
Marketing to millennials for dummies. by Padveen, Corey. Marketing to millennials for dummies.

Market effectively to the millennial mindset. Millennials make up the largest and most valuable market of consumers in the United States —but until you understand how to successfully market to them, you may as well kiss their colossal spending power away! Packed with powerful data, research, and case studies across a variety of industries, Marketing to Millennials For Dummies gives you a fail-proof road map for winning over this coveted crowd. Millennials are projected to have $200 billion buyin

May 26, 2017
The many deaths of Jew Süss - the notorious trial and execution of an eighteenth-century court Jew by Mintzker, Yair, author. The many deaths of Jew Süss - the notorious trial and execution of an eighteenth-century court Jew

May 26, 2017
Making sense - the glamorous story of English grammar by Crystal, David, 1941- author. Making sense - the glamorous story of English grammar

In Making Sense, David Crystal confronts the foe of many: grammar. Once taught relentlessly to all students in the English-speaking world, grammar disappeared from most school curricula, so that terms such as "preposition" and "conjunction" now often confound children and adults alike. Explaining the nuts and bolts of grammar presents a special challenge, because - far more than is the case with spelling and punctuation - the subject is burdened with a centuries-old history of educational practi

May 26, 2017

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