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Blood of the White Witch
Author: Lacey Weatherford
Publisher: Moonstruck Media
Pages: 368
Year: 2010-10-10
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5 out of 5 Stars "Each book keeps getting better and better, I didn't know it was even possible. I have never cried or shouted so much at a book in my life. This is one rollercoaster of a ride, full of ups and downs." Susan, Susan K Mann Reviews 5 out of 5 Stars "Blood of the White Witch is a definite drop everything your doing, sell a kidney if you have to, it’s that important that you read it book!" Belinda, The Bookish Snob & The Romance Reviews 5 out of 5 Stars "Blood of the White Witch is filled with danger, romance, intrigue, trust, deception, and love. The story starts off right where we left off in book two and the plot hits the ground running. Once again Lacey has created a phenomenal story that keeps you turning the pages!" Beverly Sharp, The Wormhole Reviews Overview: A perfect romance. A heartbreaking betrayal. An ancient ritual. A fight to the death. Who will survive? Blood of the White Witch "Forget Team Edward, Team Jacob, Team anybody.... it's all Vance Mangum and Of Witches and Warlocks, baby!" Belinda, The Bookish Snob & The Romance Reviews
Collins Atlas of Military History
Author: Collins UK Staff
Publisher: Harper Perennial
ISBN: 0060849975
Pages: 192
Year: 2006-05-23
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A brand-new history of the world's principal military developments and campaigns, from the Greeks and Romans to the Vietnam War and beyond, illustrated with state-of-the-art mapping. From the dawn of the very first civilizations, people have fought for the control of resources and territory. The Collins Atlas of Military History takes a look at all the military advancements that have made these struggles ever more lethal and at the major military battles throughout the ages. From the Egyptians and Hittites at the Battle of Kadesh to the recent wars in Kosovo, Afghanistan, and the Gulf, the most innovative military tactics, new weaponry, key commanders, and decisive battles are all discussed and analyzed in one comprehensive volume. Chapters cover: The First Military Empires: Egyptians and Hittites to the later Roman Empire War in the Middle Ages, 400–1500 The Military Renaissance, 1500–1650 Warfare Under the Ancient Regime, 1650–1785 The Age of Revolution, 1792–1815 The Dawn of Modern Warfare, 1815–1905 The First World War, 1914–1918 Total Warfare: The Russian Revolution to War in the Pacific The End of "Modern" War, 1946–2003 For anyone with an interest in military history and the politics, society, and culture of the world, the Collins Atlas of Military History is a perfect companion.
A Man of Courage, Robert A. Taft
Author: Caroline Thomas Harnsberger
ISBN: 1258800438
Pages: 384
Year: 2013-08
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Discontinuous Groups and Riemann Surfaces (AM-79), Volume 79
Author: Leon Greenberg
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400881641
Pages: 452
Year: 2016-03-02
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Study 79 contains a collection of papers presented at the Conference on Discontinuous Groups and Ricmann Surfaces at the University of Maryland, May 21-25, 1973. The papers, by leading authorities, deal mainly with Fuchsian and Kleinian groups, Teichmüller spaces, Jacobian varieties, and quasiconformal mappings. These topics are intertwined, representing a common meeting of algebra, geometry, and analysis.
The Roundel
Author: Tamsin Dillon
Publisher: Art Books
ISBN: 1908970014
Pages: 157
Year: 2012
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Marking the 150th anniversary of the birth of London Underground, the first ever subterranean railway, The Roundel presents the companys famous logo rethought and refashioned by one hundred international artists. Artists as diverse as Jeremy Deller, Sir Peter Blake, Roger Hiorns, Cornelia Parker, Yinka Shonibare, Gavin Turk, Susan Hiller and Richard Wentworth offer their personal take on the familiar motif, in photography or paint, drawing or print, collage or sculpture, revealing in their own words what inspired their creation. They follow in the footsteps of the many influential artists over the years, from Man Ray to Eduardo Paolozzi, who have taken the Roundel as a subject for their art, reflecting Londons importance as a capital city of culture. With an introductory essay by design writer Jonathan Glancey and illuminating texts that consider the works within the broader history of transport design and public art, this gem of a book will delight all lovers of London and transport fanatics, as well as those who follow the latest trends in art, design and corporate branding.
A Pickle for the Knowing Ones
Author: Timothy Dexter
Pages: 32
Year: 1848
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Eternally Yours
Author: Christina Marie Palumbo
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1499080506
Pages: 172
Year: 2014-10-10
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Lucressa Marie Douglas-Campbell had been locked away in a white marble wing of her mother’s estate in Los Angeles, California her whole life. She felt as if she were a princess from a fairytale being guarded by an evil dragon or wicked witch. Lucressa never had any friends, though not from a lack of trying. The interpersonal relationship skills that seem to be inherent in others, she found had passed her by. The lack of a social life had given Lucressa ample time to focus on her studies and she graduated from her all-girl magnet high school at age nine. By eleven she had gotten her doctorate in virology and has been since working in a lab her mother had purchased for her downtown. For nearly seven years Lucressa has been working for a cure for H.I.V. but had only succeeded in finding a suppressant, which her mother was able to get on the market, manufacturing it in a pharmaceutical plant she owned. On the eve of her eighteenth birthday her mother tells her the secret she had been keeping from her daughter since she had been born. Lucressa had been vowed to a King, and at 3:54 A.M she was going to be collected. After watching her life go up in flames, literally, she is whisked off to Fairy Paradise, the land of the Notorious Nothings. Faced with a terrifying hoard of everything that goes bump in the night, and the King of Fairy, Lucien, the husband she was vowed to when she was born, Lucressa found she had only one ally. Micah. Forbidden passion reigns hot and freely, and love, solace and comfort are found in each others arms. The fact of the matter is if it is found out that the Bride has allowed another to touch her that would be a death sentence for them both. Lucressa becomes pregnant, a fact she does not tell Micah. Time is against the lovers, and Lucressa’s son. The Elixir of Life, which sustains immortality for only 150 years, will wear off in two months’ time. Lucressa knows that her child will not be viable within that that time so her imminent mortality date will be her child’s doom as well. Lucressa beseeches that Micah, whose abilities supersede what the other Notorious Nothings are aware of, to return her to wholly mortal, and smuggle her away from Fairy. The Elixir of Life actually freezes the aging process of the Bride at whatever age she was at the time it was administered. Lucressa had been eighteen, when aging for her had stopped. That gave her plenty of years left to live, and for her son to live. As Micah opens a portal to the ionic river, Lucressa promises Micah that she is eternally his. She promises him that after the search for her ends they can be together on the mortal coil. She makes promises she knows she cannot keep, for she could not live in any realm without the knowledge that somewhere Micah lives too. And if Micah disappears form Fairy, not only would being away from the wild magic of the land drain him to the point of death, but he, and she would be found and brought back to Fairy to be executed. But he did not need to know that. Besides the love of the child she was carrying superseded all, even the love she bore for Micah. Finding herself in 669 A.D. in Ireland, Lucressa counted her luck stars when she stumbled out of the woods and into a clearing with a village. Thanks to Micah she had the appropriate coinage so she could pay for a room and meals for a long while. She came across Stephen Lohne, Laird of A’voigne and began a conversation as to why she was unattended in the woods. She had studied the time period, the cadence and speech and the language, and had a cover story ready. She had chosen this place and this time period, knowing of A’voigne’s reputation of taking in wayward souls and accepting them. She knew of Laird Stephan Lohne, and his reputation for kindness and mercy. And she played the role of lost soul flawlessly. He took her into A’voigne’s gates and gave her food, shelter and clothes. She told him, when he informed her winter was coming and the pass would be too treacherous to pass for many months that she was a healer and could offer her services to pay for his hospitality. He accepted the offer, stating that A’voigne’s healer had died with no children to teach the craft and no lasses with the skills to heal. A week later Stephen proposes, which was to Lucressa’s relief. Having a child out of wedlock would make Lucressa a pariah, even in A’voigne. They married in a week’s time, much to Lucressa’s relief. But she was right now two and a half months pregnant so she began praying the she was way overdue. Lucressa was a month and a half over due. Unfortunately she birthed several still born babies and only her son Dougrey lived. She almost died in child birth. The Bride can only have children with a Notorious Nothing; apparently if a Bride conceives with a mortal man death happens. Lucressa is informed she is incapable to have any more children. Micah confronts Lucressa about Dougrey being his. He says he waited until the search for her died down and he came for her life she had told him to do. He expresses his rage over finding that a mortal man had stepped in, claiming her and his son for his own. Lucressa tells him that if he ever loved her to leave and never return Dougrey, at twenty-six, fell in love with Maudlin MacDonalad, a lass from an estate a few miles away from A’voigne. Her father, Sir Ivan, had turned every one of the suitors who had come calling for Maudlin’s hand in marriage and terms are agreed to. But soon plots arise that could see them all cold in the grave and Lucressa returned to the hell she had escaped so many years before.
Approaches to Autism
Publisher: National Autistic Society
ISBN: 1905722214
Pages: 72
Year: 2007-03-01
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A NAS guide to the many and varied approaches to autism. It provides a starting point for those who wish to gain an insight into the host of strategies. It also contains references to a range of interventions and therapies, arranged alphabetically in directory style for easy reference. Each entry signposts the way to further information.
The National Health Act 61 of 2003
Author: Brian Honermann
Publisher: SECTION27
ISBN: 1920025251
Pages: 152
Year: 2008
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This title aims to make the NHA easily available and accessible to the public generally.
How to Say No to Drugs
Author: Damian P. Kreske, Ronald J. Brogan
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
ISBN: 0791096998
Pages: 112
Year: 2008
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Helps young readers understand the truth about various drugs, explaining the history of various drugs, their effects on the body, reasons for use, and how to stop using them.
Hairy Little Critters
Author: Buck Wilde
ISBN: 0790116693
Pages: 30
Year: 2001-01-01
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Photographs and facts on a variety of small hairy animals. Describes each animal's physical characteristics and habitat. Suggested level: primary.
Animal Dens
Author: Therese Hopkins
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
ISBN: 1435826981
Pages: 24
Year: 2009-01-15
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Discusses the purpose and construction of animal dens.
How to Start a Business in Maine
Author: Entrepreneur Press
ISBN: 1932156887
Pages: 180
Year: 2004
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How to Start a Business in Maine is your roadmap to avoid planning, legal and financial pitfalls and direct you through the bureaucratic red tape that often entangles fledgling entrepreneurs. This all-in-one resource goes a step beyond other business how-to books to give you a jump-start on planning for your business and provides you with: Quick reference to the most current mailing and Internet addresses and telephone numbers for federal, state, local and private agencies that will help get your business up and running State population statistics, income and consumption rates, major industry trends and overall business incentives to give you a better picture of doing business in Maine Checklists, sample forms and a complete sample business plan to assist you with numerous startup details State-specific information on issues like choosing a legal form, selecting a business name, obtaining licenses and permits, registering to pay for taxes and knowing your employer responsibilities Federal and state options for financing your new venture
Petland Revisited
Author: J. G. Wood
Publisher: Van Rensselaer Press
ISBN: 1444609416
Pages: 324
Year: 2009-03
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
Author: Mary B. Collins
Publisher: Teacher's Pet Publications
ISBN: 1602492514
Pages: 180
Year: 2005-06-15
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Essentially a complete teacher's manual for the book, this LitPlan Teacher Pack includes lesson plans and reproducible resource materials for the book Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli. It includes: 18 Daily Lessons Short answer study questions Multiple choice quiz questions Vocabulary worksheets for each reading assignment 3 detailed writing assignments Individual and group activities Critical thinking discussion questions 5 unit tests (2 short answer, 2 multiple choice, 1 advanced short answer) Evaluation forms Review puzzles & games Bulletin board ideas Reproducible student materials And more! A Note About A Few Of The Many Different Assignments Included: There are three writing assignments in this unit, each with the purpose of informing, persuading, or expressing personal opinions. The detailed writing assignment sheets guide students through the assignments. In the first assignment, students write to inform. They write a "filler" for the newspaper. In the second assignment, students write to persuade Leo to accept Stargirl OR persuade Stargirl to find a better way to fit in with the group OR persuade you that Leo and Stargirl acted appropriately in the book and wouldn't need to be persuaded to do anything differently. The third writing assignment gives students the opportunity to do some creative writing by writing the plot summary for a sequel to the novel Stargirl. Students are assigned to do a project with this unit. Students are members of the Sunflower Club, a club of students who pledges to do something nice each day for someone other than themselves. Students will try to keep this pledge and keep a list of what they did each day. After about two weeks, students will share their experiences with the class. These materials are geared for whole class use but are very easily adapted for independent study work, lit circles or book groups, home school use, or tutoring. If you have never taught this book before, this manual will give you a great foundation of materials on a variety of levels. If you have taught this book before, you might like to know that many veteran teachers have told us they have found our LitPlan Teacher Pack manuals to be much more thorough and more helpful than other materials they have used. All publications are copyrighted materials, with permission to print student materials as needed for ONE teacher's classroom use only, unless otherwise specifically stated. Documents may not be reproduced, displayed, or distributed in any other way without written permission from Teacher's Pet Publications, Inc.