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Snoozefest

Author : Samantha Berger
ISBN : 9780698401587
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 49. 56 MB
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Bedtime story meets Coachella in this adorable book about a sloth who packs up his pajamas to attends an arena festival for nappers, dozers, and the very best sleepyheads. Snuggleford Cuddlebun is a champion sleeper. In fact, she's such a good sleeper that she decides to go to Snoozefest, an arena festival that celebrates sleep. There, she lounges in her hammock while bands like the Nocturnal Nesters and the Quiet Quartet serenade the audience with lullabies. There's warm milk and honey to be had, designer pajamas from Diane von Firstinbed, and no one dares be seen without a baby blanket. But before she knows it, the nuzzling, snuggling, and dreaming are over—and Snuggleford has slept through it all. This hilariously endearing bedtime story is perfect for anyone who loves sloths, music festivals, and/or cuddles.

Stage Fright

Author : Meg Cabot
ISBN : 9780545040457
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 50. 94 MB
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Allie's theatrical hopes are crushed when, instead of being cast as the princess, she is given the role of the evil queen in the fourth-grade class play.

Scandal Scions Of The Star Empire 1

Author : Athena Grayson
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Genre : Fiction
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Naked

Author : Gina Gordon
ISBN : 9781101965238
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 71. 10 MB
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In this “fun, sexy, emotional read” (Lisa Renee Jones), one woman discovers the courage to face life’s greatest challenges—and explore her connection with a handsome neighbor. Violet Walker has been hiding. Withdrawn after a terrible car accident, she is worried about going back to her high-pressure job, where she’s expected to project confidence and sleek refinement. Allowing herself a distraction, she’s been watching her sexy neighbor work on his house. But when the shirtless, grinning hunk catches her in the act, Violet is struck by the unmistakable jolt of physical chemistry, a sensation that’s both thrilling and terrifying. Noah Young is used to moving from one construction job to another, never laying a firm foundation. The same goes for the women in his life—until Violet changes all that. His beautiful voyeur embraces his rough edges and shows him a hint of real love. But even Noah can tell that she’s holding back, hiding her body and her heart from what they both truly want. If only he could get a little help convincing Violet to see herself as he sees her: perfect in every way. Praise for Naked “Naked is not to be missed. All I can say is, more Noah please!”—New York Times bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones “A fun, sexy story that will make your heart race, Naked is a great swoony romance!”—New York Times bestselling author A. Meredith Walters “This book hit me straight in the feels. So powerful and sensual. I was hooked from page one. Gina Gordon is now on my one-click list.”—USA Today bestselling author Jamie K. Schmidt “I’m addicted to Gina Gordon, and it only took one page.”—Cassie Mae, author of the All About Love series “Naked is an emotional journey—sprinkled with lots of hot sex! The way Violet confronts her insecurities will move and inspire you.”—Christi Barth, author of Risking It All “Scorching hot! With a wickedly sexy hero and a powerful yet vulnerable heroine, you’ll absolutely devour Gina Gordon’s Naked.”—Jessica Lemmon, author of Forgotten Promises “A wonderfully moving and sensual story of a woman overcoming life’s obstacles—and how better than with a shiver-inducing hero?”—Shana Gray, author of After the Hurt “Naked is irresistible, steamy, and satisfying! It’s easy to identify with Gordon’s high-powered CEO heroine, who hides her deepest longing—to be valued simply for herself—under protective layers. But you know who’s good at stripping layers? A crazy-hot neighbor who works with his hands. Commence the sizzling demolition! You won’t want to miss this bold and sexy wake-up call to love!”—Amanda Usen, author of Impulse Control “Naked is a quick read, mainly due to the fact that I just couldn’t put it down. . . . [The story has] a lot of emotional depth.”—Book Angel Booktopia “For as unsure of herself as Violet is, at the end she gets pretty kick-ass. I enjoyed this book, and I liked the development of Violet coming out of her self-issues.”—The Romance Factor “This is one steamy book. . . . And it’s just the beginning, so this is going to be a great series!”—Once Upon an Alpha Includes a special message from the editor, as well as an excerpt from another Loveswept title.

A Humorous Account Of America S Past 986 To 1898

Author : Richard T. Stanley
ISBN : 9781440130410
Genre : History
File Size : 26. 47 MB
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America was discovered by a few Norwegians who got lost while sailing to Greenland. Had they established a permanent settlement, America might be the United States of Wine-Land. In 1492, Columbus gave the men of San Salvador shiney glass beads, and their women gave his crew syphillus. Who took advantage of whom? If not for the defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588, America today would likely be Spanish and Catholic. Early English explorers were pirates of the Caribbean, and early American colonists were illegal immigrants. The first English colony in America was a lot like Gongral Motore, and the husband of Pocahontas was responsible for lung cancer and slavery in the south. More recently, Teddy Roosevelt and his "Rough Riders" had to run up San Juan Hill--someone forgot to transport their horses! So how did America become the greatest nation on earth? Read my book.

Spring Fling

Author : Sabrina James
ISBN : 0545283264
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 86. 26 MB
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A brand-new comic holiday romance from the author of Secret Santa and Be Mine! Spending the week in Florida with her two best friends is the perfect opportunity for 17-year-old Danielle to shed her shy-girl image. And it turns out she'll be getting lots of help from a houseful of cute guys staying right next door ... Romantic twists, turns, and comic mishaps abound! Will Danielle find love -- and discover who she really is -- before spring break ends?

Fowler S Dictionary Of Modern English Usage

Author : Henry Watson Fowler
ISBN : 9780199661350
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Why literally shouldn't be taken literally. Why Americans think home in on something is a mistake and Brits think hone in is. Is it OK to spell OK okay? What's wrong with hence why? Was Alanis Morrisette ever ironic? Fowler's Dictionary of Modern English Usage is the world-famous guide to English usage, loved and used by writers, editors, and anyone who values correct English since it first appeared in 1926. Fowler's gives comprehensive and practical advice on complex points of grammar, syntax, punctuation, style, and word choice. Now enlarged and completely revised to reflect English usage in the 21st century, it provides a crystal-clear, authoritative picture of the English we use, while illuminating scores of usage questions old and new. International in scope, it gives in-depth coverage of both British and American English usage issues, with reference also to the English of Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, and South Africa. The thousands of authentic examples in the book vividly demonstrate how modern writers tackls debated usage issues. They come on the one hand from established literary figures such as Chinua Achebe, Peter Ackroyd, Raymond Carver, Iris Murdoch, Harold Pinter, and Vikram Seth. On the other, they are drawn from a vast range of newspapers, journals, books, broadcast material, websites, and other digital sources from across the globe, and include references to topical personalities such as Stephen Fry, Prince Harry, Jeremy Paxman, and Wayne Rooney. Based on the evidence and research of the Oxford Dictionaries Programme, this is the most comprehensive and authoritative guide to usage available.

The Chronicles Of Idiot

Author : Erin Berry
ISBN : 9781463759940
Genre : Humor
File Size : 81. 76 MB
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You are correct, there is a government conspiracy. But, the conspiracy is to distract people from things the government may or may not be doing. This is achieved by IDIOT, our very own bureaucracy dedicated to distraction via UFO's, entertainment, e-mail chain letters and Bigfoot. Why else would we be so caught up in voting for the best singer on television but cannot be bothered to vote in an actual government election?

Strapped

Author : Tamara Draut
ISBN : 9780307279798
Genre : Business & Economics
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Drowning in student loans? Can’t afford to get married, buy a home, have children? Up to your ears in credit card debt? At last, a book for the under-35 generation that explains why it’s not their fault, and what can be done about it. Strapped offers a groundbreaking look at the new obstacle course facing young adults. Getting ahead, argues commentator and policy maven Tamara Draut, is getting harder. A college degree is the new high school diploma–and costs a fortune to obtain. Good jobs are scarcer thanks to stagnant wages and disappearing benefits. And, the cost of everything–starter homes, health coverage, child care–keeps going up. Witty and wise, Strapped brims with ideas for fashioning a new kind of America in which every young person can go to college, buy a home, and start a family. The future starts here. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Root Shock

Author : Mindy Fullilove
ISBN : 9780307544384
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 52. 80 MB
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They called it progress. But for the people whose homes and districts were bulldozed, the urban renewal projects that swept America starting in 1949 were nothing short of assault. Vibrant city blocks—places rich in history—were reduced to garbage-strewn vacant lots. When a neighborhood is destroyed its inhabitants suffer “root shock”: a traumatic stress reaction related to the destruction of one’s emotional ecosystem. The ripple effects of root shock have an impact on entire communities that can last for decades. In this groundbreaking and ultimately hopeful book, Dr. Mindy Fullilove examines root shock through the story of urban renewal and its effect on the African American community. Between 1949 and 1973 this federal program, spearheaded by business and real estate interests, destroyed 1,600 African American neighborhoods in cities across the United States. But urban renewal didn’t just disrupt the black community. The anger it caused led to riots that sent whites fleeing for the suburbs, stripping them of their own sense of place. And it left big gashes in the centers of U.S. cities that are only now slowly being repaired. Focusing on three very different urban settings—the Hill District of Pittsburgh, the Central Ward in Newark, and the small Virginia city of Roanoke—Dr. Fullilove argues powerfully that the twenty-first century will be one of displacement and of continual demolition and reconstruction. Acknowledging the damage caused by root shock is crucial to coping with its human toll and building a road to recovery. Astonishing in its revelations, unsparing in its conclusions, Root Shock should be read by anyone who cares about the quality of life in American cities—and the dignity of those who reside there. From the Hardcover edition.

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