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Extreme you - step up. Stand out. Kick ass. Repeat. by O'Hagan, Sarah Robb, author. Extreme you - step up. Stand out. Kick ass. Repeat.

"...Training program for developing the drive, originality, and fierce attitude to become the best version of you."--Jacket flap.

May 20, 2017
Eating promiscuously - adventures in the future of food by McWilliams, James E., author. Eating promiscuously - adventures in the future of food

"The human practice of farming food has failed. There are 7,500 known varieties of domesticated apples; we regularly eat about five. Seventy-five percent of the world's food derives from five animals and twelve plants. Factory farmed meat is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions (about 14 percent, larger than transportation) and consumes 75 percent of the water in drought-prone regions such as the West. We are struck in a rut of limited choices, ad the vast majority of what we eat is detrim

May 20, 2017
Dronescapes - the new aerial photography from Dronestagram. by Dronescapes - the new aerial photography from Dronestagram.

May 20, 2017
Down the up staircase - three generations of a Harlem family by Haynes, Bruce D., 1960- author. Down the up staircase - three generations of a Harlem family

May 20, 2017
Down below by Carrington, Leonora, 1917-2011, author. Down below

"In 1937 Leonora Carrington--later to become one of the twentieth century's great painters of the weird, the alarming, and the wild--was a nineteen-year-old art student in London, beautiful and unapologetically rebellious. At a dinner party, she met the artist Max Ernst. The two fell in love and soon departed to live and paint together in a farmhouse in Provence. In 1940, the invading German army arrested Ernst and sent him to a concentration camp. Carrington suffered a psychotic break. She wept

May 20, 2017
Crossing the River Kabul - an Afghan family odyssey by McLean, Kevin, author. Crossing the River Kabul - an Afghan family odyssey

In Crossing the River Kabul, author Kevin McLean tells the true story of Baryalai Popal's amazing excape from Afghanistan during the Communist takeover and his return after 9/11.

May 20, 2017
The Crimean nexus - Putin's war and the clash of civilizations by Pleshakov, Konstantin, author. The Crimean nexus - Putin's war and the clash of civilizations

Provides an account of the major international crisis in Crimea and explains the missteps made on all sides.

May 20, 2017
The creative writer - level one- five finger exercises by Fishman, Boris, 1979- The creative writer - level one- five finger exercises

May 20, 2017
The cellulite myth - it's not fat, it's fascia! by Black, Ashley, author. The cellulite myth - it's not fat, it's fascia!

Presents exercises intended to rid the body of cellulite by manipulating fascia.

May 20, 2017
The cell - discovering the microscopic world that determines our health, our consciousness, and our future by Rappoport, Joshua Z., 1974- author. The cell - discovering the microscopic world that determines our health, our consciousness, and our future

"Your body has trillions of cells, and each one has the complexity and dynamism of a city. Your life, your thoughts, your diseases, and your health are all the function of cells. But what do you really know about what goes on inside you? The last time most people thought about cells in any detail was probably in high school or a college general biology class. But the field of cell biology has advanced incredibly rapidly in recent decades, and a great deal of what we may have learned in high scho

May 20, 2017
Building community - new apartment architecture by Webb, Michael, 1937- author. Building community - new apartment architecture

May 20, 2017
Breaking Mad - the insider's guide to conquering anxiety by Williamson, Anna, author. Breaking Mad - the insider's guide to conquering anxiety

Breaking Mad is packed with coping methods and solutions for those everyday moments where you need a helping hand. From recognizing the first warning signs of anxiety, to coping with a panic attack, or social anxiety, Anna and Reetta will be with you every step of the way, offering practical strategies and straightforward guidance whenever and wherever you might need it. Whether at home, on the bus, at college, just before a meeting, or even having a meltdown in the work toilet cubicle, Breaking

May 20, 2017
Bit rot - stories + essays by Coupland, Douglas, author. Bit rot - stories + essays

"Bit Rot, a new collection from Douglas Coupland that explores the different ways 20th-century notions of the future are being shredded, is a gem of the digital age. Reading Bit Rot feels a lot like bingeing on Netflix ... you can't stop with just one. 'Bit rot' is a term used in digital archiving to describe the way digital files can spontaneously and quickly decompose. As Coupland writes, 'Bit rot also describes the way my brain has been feeling since 2000, as I shed older and weaker neurons a

May 20, 2017
Big hunger - the unholy alliance between corporate America and anti-hunger groups by Fisher, Andy, 1963- author. Big hunger - the unholy alliance between corporate America and anti-hunger groups

May 20, 2017
The Ayurveda way - 108 practices from the world's oldest healing system for better sleep, less stress, optimal digestion, and more by Ajmera, Ananta Ripa, author. The Ayurveda way - 108 practices from the world's oldest healing system for better sleep, less stress, optimal digestion, and more

May 20, 2017
The art of Marvel Studios Guardians of the galaxy vol. 2 by Johnston, Jacob, author. The art of Marvel Studios Guardians of the galaxy vol. 2

May 20, 2017
Adulthood for beginners - all the life secrets nobody bothered to tell you by Boyle, Andy, author. Adulthood for beginners - all the life secrets nobody bothered to tell you

Provided by amazon.com.

May 20, 2017
Acquacotta - recipes and stories from Tuscany's secret silver coast by Davies, Emiko, author. Acquacotta - recipes and stories from Tuscany's secret silver coast

Acquacotta is a celebration of the traditional cuisine of a lesser known part of Tuscany, the Silver Coast, which forms part of the territory of Maremma. Acquacotta, literally meaning "cooked water", is Maremma's most famous dish, a soup made of slowly simmered tomatoes and onions and poached eggs. There are countless variations and every town has its own. The book includes personal stories memories and lessons from the people (producers, winemakers, breeders, fisherman) Emiko has met. The Silve

May 20, 2017
The 100 photographs that changed the world by The 100 photographs that changed the world

The 100 most famous photographs in contemporary history, the shots that showed the world epoch-making moments and points of no return, the images that through their expressive force moved consciences and set off changes in politics and society: from giants like Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Capa to great reporters like Elliott Erwitt, Eugene Smith, and Kevin Carter, a sequence of images that will certainly leave an impression.

May 20, 2017
Virginia by Gaaserud, Michaela Riva. Virginia

May 22, 2017

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