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All things new - heaven, Earth, and the restoration of everything you love by Eldredge, John, 1960- author. All things new - heaven, Earth, and the restoration of everything you love

Oct 19, 2017
All out war - the plot to destroy Trump by Klein, Edward, 1936- author. All out war - the plot to destroy Trump

Oct 19, 2017
Adventures in Minecraft - Website Associated W/Book by Whale, David/ O'hanlon, Martin Adventures in Minecraft - Website Associated W/Book

Oct 19, 2017
6 below - miracle on the mountain by LeMarque, Eric, 1969- author. 6 below - miracle on the mountain

Oct 19, 2017
You ain't heard nothin' yet - interviews with stars from Hollywood's golden era by Bawden, James, interviewer, editor. You ain't heard nothin' yet - interviews with stars from Hollywood's golden era

Oct 18, 2017
A world of three zeros - the new economics of zero poverty, zero unemployment, and zero net carbon emissions by Yunus, Muhammad, 1940- author. A world of three zeros - the new economics of zero poverty, zero unemployment, and zero net carbon emissions

A winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and bestselling author of Banker to the Poor offers his vision of an emerging new economic system that can save humankind and the planet. Muhammad Yunus, who created microcredit, invented social business, and earned a Nobel Peace Prize for his work in alleviating poverty, is one of today's most trenchant social critics. Now he declares it's time to admit that the capitalist engine is broken--that in its current form it inevitably leads to rampant inequality, mas

Oct 18, 2017
The wizard's cookbook - magical recipes inspired by Harry Potter, Merlin, the Wizard of Oz, and more by Beaupommier, Aurélia, author. The wizard's cookbook - magical recipes inspired by Harry Potter, Merlin, the Wizard of Oz, and more

From Merlin to Harry Potter to Mary Poppins, Aure´lia Beaupommier pays tribute to all sorcerers, fairies, elves, mages, and magicians within this spellbinding cookbook. "The Wizard's Cookbook" includes magical dishes that are both quick and easy to prepare for any occasion. Beaupommier provides a beautiful spread of festive themed dishes to enchant your guests. Recipes are accompanied by beautiful full-page color photographs of the delectable food and drinks. In addition to the sustenance necess

Oct 18, 2017
What to expect before you're expecting by Murkoff, Heidi Eisenberg, author. What to expect before you're expecting

"It's a cover-to-cover revision of America's bestselling guide to getting pregnant, with updated information about genetic screening, ovulation tracking, fertility treatments, and risks like Zika. What to Expect Before You're Expecting, with over 250,000 copies in print, has everything that eager-to-be moms and dads need to know about getting pregnant, from getting their bodies ready to make a healthy baby to getting that healthy baby on board faster. You'll find baby-friendly foods to order up

Oct 18, 2017
Venom - the secrets of nature's deadliest weapon by Jenner, Ronald A., author. Venom - the secrets of nature's deadliest weapon

"The story of venom from ancient origins to modern medicinal use"--

Oct 18, 2017
Under the lights and in the dark - untold stories of women's soccer by Oxenham, Gwendolyn, author. Under the lights and in the dark - untold stories of women's soccer

"Under the Lights and in the Dark takes us inside the world of women's soccer, following players across the globe, from Portland Thorns star Allie Long, who trains in an underground men's league in New York City; to English national Fara Williams, who hid her homelessness from her teammates while playing for the English national team. Oxenham takes us to Voronezh, Russia, where players battle more than just snowy pitches in pursuing their dream of playing pro, and to a refugee camp in Denmark, w

Oct 18, 2017
The turmeric cookbook - discover the health benefits and uses of turmeric, with 50 delicious recipes by Pisani, Nicole, author. The turmeric cookbook - discover the health benefits and uses of turmeric, with 50 delicious recipes

Ancient healer, modern medicine...Turmeric has been harvested for over 5,000 years in its native Indonesia and is a key ingredient in many dishes and medicinal remedies throughout the region. It is now rising quickly in popularity everywhere in the world as wellness seekers of all ages discover the health properties of this incredible food.Considered to be one of nature's most powerful anti-inflammatory ingredients, turmeric is a powerful medicine that has long been used in the Chinese and India

Oct 18, 2017
Too close to me - the middle-aged consequences of revealing a child called "it" by Pelzer, David J. Too close to me - the middle-aged consequences of revealing a child called "it"

"In the blockbuster autobiography A Child Called "It," Dave Pelzer shared the story of his childhood--one of the most dramatic and extreme stories of child abuse ever prosecuted in the state of California. As a child, Pelzer was beaten, starved, and abused both emotionally and physically by his alcoholic and mentally unstable mother. As a man, Pelzer went on to have love, happiness, a fulfilling career, and his own family. To many, Pelzer seemed to have found his happy ending. But for a child ab

Oct 18, 2017
Tokyo geek's guide - manga, anime, gaming, cosplay, toys, idols & more by Simone, Gianni, author. Tokyo geek's guide - manga, anime, gaming, cosplay, toys, idols & more

Tokyo is ground zero for Japan's popular "geek" or otaku culture, a phenomenon that has now swept across the globe. This is the most comprehensive guide to Tokyo's geeky underworld ever produced. It provides a comprehensive run-down on each major Tokyo district where geeks congregate, shop, play and hang out from hi-tech Akihabara and trendy Harajuku to newer and lesser-known haunts like chic Shimo-Kita and working-class Ikebukuro. Dozens of iconic shops, restaurants, cafes and clubs in each are

Oct 18, 2017
Things that join the sea and the sky - field notes on living by Nepo, Mark, author. Things that join the sea and the sky - field notes on living

"The Universe holds us and tosses us about, only to hold us again. With Things That Join the Sea and the Sky, Mark Nepo brings us a compelling treasury of short prose reflections to turn to when struggling to keep our heads above water, and to breathe into all of our sorrows and joys."--

Oct 18, 2017
The testing charade - pretending to make schools better by Koretz, Daniel M., author. The testing charade - pretending to make schools better

For decades we've been studying, experimenting with, and wrangling over different approaches to improving public education, and there's still little consensus on what works and what to do. The one thing people seem to agree on is that schools need to be held accountable - we need to know whether what they're doing is actually working. But what does it mean in practice? High-stakes tests. Lots of them. And that has created a crisis in American schools. Daniel Koretz, one of the nation's foremost

Oct 18, 2017
The taste of empire - how Britain's quest for food shaped the modern world by Collingham, E. M. (Elizabeth M.), author. The taste of empire - how Britain's quest for food shaped the modern world

"...in twenty meals, The taste of Empire tells the story of how the British created a global food trade that moved people and plants across countries...Taking us on a wide-ranging culinary journey from the American frontier to the Far East, from sixteenth-century Newfoundland fisheries to present day celetrations of Thanksgiving, Lizzie Collingham uncovers the decisive role of the British Empire in shaping our modern diet."--Dust jacket.

Oct 18, 2017
Taming the gods - religion and democracy on three continents by Buruma, Ian. Taming the gods - religion and democracy on three continents

For eight years the president of the United States was a born-again Christian, backed by well-organized evangelicals who often seemed intent on erasing the church-state divide. In Europe, the increasing number of radicalized Muslims is creating widespread fear that Islam is undermining Western-style liberal democracy. And even in polytheistic Asia, the development of democracy has been hindered in some countries, particularly China, by a long history in which religion was tightly linked to the s

Oct 18, 2017
Suzanne's children - a daring rescue in Nazi Paris by Nelson, Anne, author. Suzanne's children - a daring rescue in Nazi Paris

"A story of courage in the face of evil. The tense drama of Suzanne Spaak who risked and gave her life to save hundreds of Jewish children from deportation from Nazi Paris to Auschwitz. This is one of the untold stories of the Holocaust. Suzanne Spaak was born into the Belgian Catholic elite and married into the country's leading political family. Her brother-in-law was the Foreign Minister and her husband Claude was a playwright and patron of the painter Rene´e Magritte. In Paris in the late 19

Oct 18, 2017
Sucking up - a brief consideration of sycophancy by Parker, Deborah, 1954- author. Sucking up - a brief consideration of sycophancy

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Oct 18, 2017
Statistics for dummies by Rumsey, Deborah J. (Deborah Jean), 1961- Statistics for dummies

This guide shows you how to collect, graph, and critique data; decipher distributions; calculate confidence intervals and hypothesis tests; analyze data with correlation, regression, and two-way tables; and much more.

Oct 18, 2017

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