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Thirst: Poems

by Mary Oliver

Thirst, a collection of forty-three new poems from Pulitzer Prize-winner Mary Oliver, introduces two new directions in the poet's work. Grappling with grief at the death of her beloved partner of over forty...


The Truro Bear and Other Adventures: Poems and Essays

by Mary Oliver

The Truro Bear and Other Adventures, a companion volume to Owls and Other Fantasies and Blue Iris, brings together ten new poems, thirty-five of Oliver's classic poems, and two essays all about mammals, insects,...


Broken Angel: A Novel

by Sigmund Brouwer

Her birth was shrouded in mystery and tragedy.

Her destiny is beyond comprehension.

Her pursuers long to see her broken.

She fights to soar.

In the rough, shadowy hills of Appalachia, a nation carved from the United...


Evidence: Poems

by Mary Oliver

Never afraid to shed the pretense of academic poetry, never shy of letting the power of an image lie in unadorned language, Mary Oliver offers us poems of arresting beauty that reflect on the power of love and...


PATAGONIA (INGLES)

by Said, Jaime

The history of Patagonia is a dramatic account of exploration,

endurance, su_ering and survival, full of extraordinary characters and

amazing natural settings. Covering three centuries since the

Renaissance, the...


Kindling

by Nevil Shute

When Henry Warren, director of an English bank, lands by chance in a hospital in a bleak Northern town that has been ruined by the closure of its shipyard, he discovers nothing less than a new purpose for his...


The Neighbors Are Watching

by Debra Ginsberg

Set against the backdrop of the deadly 2007 wildfires that forced the evacuation of half a million San Diego residents, Debra Ginsberg’s new novel, The Neighbors Are Watching, examines the dark side of suburbia—a...


Black Radishes

by Susan Lynn Meyer

Sydney Taylor Honor Award Winner Black Radishes is a suspenseful WWII/Holocaust story, in which one boy learns what it means to be Jewish and French at a time when everything is changing.

     It is March...


A Time of Miracles

by Anne-Laure Bondoux & Y. Maudet

Winner of the Batchelder Award--this tale of of exile, sacrifice, hope, and survival is a story of ultimate love.

Blaise Fortune, also known as Koumaïl, loves hearing the story of how he came to live with Gloria...


The Talent Masters: Why Smart Leaders Put People Before Numbers

by Bill Conaty & Ram Charan

If talent is the leading indicator of whether a business is up or down, a success or a failure (and it is) . . . do you know how to accurately judge raw human talent? Understand a person's unique combination...


Zero Separation

by Philip Donlay

Donovan Nash has a secret he'll do anything to keep.


Drawn to New York: An Illustrated Chronicle of Three Decades in New York City

by Peter Kuper & Eric Drooker

A declaration of love to Peter Kuper’s adoptive city in which he has lived since 1977, this diary is a vibrant survey of New York City’s history. Through Kuper’s illustrations, this book depicts a climb...


Windows to the Womb: Revealing the Conscious Baby from Conception to Birth

by David Chamberlain

Windows to the Womb is an eloquent guide through the first nine months of life from conception to birth. In the past, the invisible physical processes of fetal development were mysterious and largely unexplainable,...


Cooperation and Collective Action: Archaeological Perspectives

by David M. Carballo

"[Cooperation research] is one of the busiest and most exciting areas of transdisciplinary science right now, linking evolution, ecology and social science. . . this is the first major work or collection to...


Came Men on Horses

by Stan Hoig

"Hoig tells this story with a sharp eye for human details--sometimes gruesome but nonetheless compelling details--that bring Coronado, Oñate, and other Spanish soldiers and priests alive in ways that I have...


Mama's Home

by Paul Vos Benkowski & Jennifer Herbert

It's hard to wait for mama to come home. But this fun book, with its humorous illustrations and a lively text are sure to make the time fly by.


Charlotte in New York

by Joan MacPhail Knight & Melissa Sweet

It's 1894. Charlotte and her American family have been living in France for two years where her father has learned the new way of painting called Impressionism. Now her father's paintings are going to be featured...


Charlotte in London

by Joan MacPhail Knight & Melissa Sweet

It's 1895. Charlotte and her family came to France three years ago so that her father could learn to paint in the French style of Impressionism. Now they are traveling to London to see if the famous artist John...


Busting Out: Putting Your Best Breasts Forward

by Shirley Archer & Neryl Walker

Just in time for swimsuit season, Busting Out offers a revolutionary, all-natural program to enhance the breasts. No matter what the cup size (be it double-A or double-D) or shape (post-pregnancy or pre-bikini),...


Charlotte in Giverny

by Joan MacPhail Knight & Melissa Sweet

It's 1892 and Charlotte is bound for Monet's famous artist colony in Giverny, France, where painters like her father are flocking to learn the new style of painting called Impressionism. In spite of missing...