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The Truth about Poop

  • Susan E. Goodman
  • 24.08.2016

Did you know that sharks produce spiral poop? That the average Japanese woman uses 2 1/2 miles of...

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The Tamarisk Hunter

  • Paolo Bacigalupi
  • 24.08.2016

The logical conclusion of already occurring events. California (and specifically the LA area) has...

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Matchmaking Mom

  • J.T. Marie
  • 24.08.2016

Karen has always suspected her son Brian is gay. When he comes out to her his junior year of high...

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The Dragon's Child

  • Laurence Yep
  • 24.08.2016

Did you want to go to America?Pop: Sure. I didn't have a choice. My father said I had...

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Wanted

  • Mark Millar
  • 24.08.2016

What if everything in your life was out of your hands and those around you propelled your fate?...

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Sin the Absence of Love

  • Daniel Stevens
  • 24.08.2016

Most evangelical Christians have a reasonable grasp on the Bible, especially the New Testament. The...

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Now I Know My 1,2,3's

  • Nora Gaydos
  • 23.08.2016

With more than 100 magnetic pieces!-- Building early reading skills-- Building early math...

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Memoir Project

  • Marion Roach Smith
  • 23.08.2016

A recent study revealed that the Number 1 thing that baby boomers want to do in retirement is write...

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Data Structures

  • Richard F. Gilberg
  • 23.08.2016

This second edition expands upon the solid, practical foundation established in the first...

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Japanese Cabinetry

  • David Jackson
  • 23.08.2016

Originating from Japan's Edo period (1615-1867), tansu refers mostly to wooden cabinets, boxes and...

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Colorado Melodies

  • Darlene Franklin
  • 23.08.2016

Visit colorful Colorado through the stories of three couples longing for love’s sweet song. One...

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We Called It Paradise

  • Blake Mitchell
  • 23.08.2016

A memoir of life in a two-room shack in the 1920s-1940s on the Arizona desert in what is now...

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My Dad the Dragon

  • Jackie French Koller
  • 23.08.2016

Horace's dad is not like other dads. He has silver wings and a green and orange tail. But that's...

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Der Einzige Gast

  • Hans-Ulrich Treichel
  • 23.08.2016

Hans-Ulrich Treichel has quickly developed a literary reputation in Germany for writing which is...

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Social Justice

  • Andrew Shepherd
  • 23.08.2016

Social Justice is the first book that comprehensively covers various conceptions of justice, both...

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La costola di Adamo

  • Antonio Manzini
  • 23.08.2016

«Il vicequestore sorrise nel pensare alla somiglianza che sentiva tra lui e quel cane da punta»....

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Dragonfly

  • K.R. Dwyer
  • 23.08.2016

This book is actually by Dean Koontz and it is one of his first novels. In fact if you looked at...

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Cold War Constructions

  • Christian G. Appy
  • 23.08.2016

The end of the Cold War inspired a has wave of exciting new scholarship about the central...

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A Glass

  • Etienne Delessert
  • 23.08.2016

Sometimes the most basic of objects can come to represent so much more. In the simple yet beautiful...

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Zig*Zag, Volume 1

  • Yuki Nakaji
  • 23.08.2016

I really liked this volume. Some of the chibi faces made LOL. Of course you tell that there are...

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Boudicca

  • Marguerite Johnson
  • 23.08.2016

Boudicca (Boadicea), Leader of the Iceni, is synonymous with rebellion and feminine strength, yet...

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Hidden Object Games

  • George Mason
  • 23.08.2016

Play the Best Collection of Hidden Object Games on your device today. The crime scene investigation...

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The Dreables

  • Rhys A. Jones
  • 22.08.2016

Sam Jones’ holiday with Gran is all baking and cats (yawn). But when she gets a cry for help from...

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Looking at Growing Up

  • Jackie Gaff
  • 22.08.2016

LOOKING AT GROWING UP: HOW DO PEOPLE CHANGE? explores how people grow and what they can do to...

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Prep and Landing

  • Nola Buck
  • 22.08.2016

A holiday-themed 8x8 tied into the magical new half-hour primetime Disney Animation Studios special...

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The Thing from the Lake

  • Eleanor Marie Ingram
  • 22.08.2016

In the 1920s, New York composer Roger Locke purchases a home near a lake in the Connecticut...

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Bracia Karamazow

  • Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  • 22.08.2016

Contrary to widespread rumor, this is a far from bleak book. While every character has his or her...

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The Call of Everest

  • Conrad Anker
  • 22.08.2016

Gripping and sumptuous, this is the definitive book on the history, mystique, and science of Mount...

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The Barefoot Executive

  • Carrie Wilkerson
  • 22.08.2016

Carrie Wilkerson offers the opportunity to live life on your terms. Want to start your workday with...

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Hide and Seek

  • Peter A. Huchthausen
  • 22.08.2016

Through dramatic incidents tells for the first time the full story of the development of Cold War...

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Sound and Sentiment

  • Steven Feld
  • 22.08.2016

Now in its second edition, "Sound and Sentiment" is an ethnographic study of sound as a cultural...

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Open

  • Raymond Gastil
  • 22.08.2016

Open: New Designs for Public Space puts forth the simple proposition that new public...

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We Killed

  • Yael Kohen
  • 22.08.2016

More than fifty years of iconic comediennes, unmediated and unfilteredIn...

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