she never expected find were the men..

June 29 1999

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June 29 1999
David Wiesner

New edition of the simplified Chinese edition of June 29 1999 by David Wiesner. On June 29 1999, everything suddenly changed. Lets see the giant plants and vegetables appearing in Montana, in Kalamazoo, in New Jersey, all over America! Where did they come from? Wiesner is a three time Caldecott Medal and two time Caldecott Honor winner. In Simplified Chinese. Annotation copyright Tsai Fong Books, Inc. Distributed by Tsai Fong Books, Inc.

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Posie Pixie and the Lost Matchbox(Whimsy Wood #2)

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Sarah Hill is a small animal Vet and the childrens author and creator of The Whimsy Wood Series. She gained her Veterinary Medicine degree at Bristol University in 1999 and worked in practice for 10 years. At that point she had her second daughter and soon after, she decided to take a career break. After several years of writing stories from her Whimsy Wood Series, Sarah was taken on by Abela Publishing. Book 1, Posie Pixie And The Copper Kettle was published in July 2013. Book 2, Posie Pixie And The Lost Matchbox was published in November 2013. Book 3, Posie Pixie And The Torn Tunic, was published in February 2014. Book 4, Posie Pixie And The Fireworks Party, was published in May 2014. Book 5, Posie Pixie And The Christmas Tree, was published in October 2014 and book 6, Posie Pixie And The Snowstorm, was published in February 2015.Sarah continues to write her childrens series, Whimsy Wood, at home in Wiltshire, UK, with her husband, two daughters, a baby son, two dogs, two cats and a partridge in a pear tree!

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Tales from Shakespeare (免费公版书)

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I vaguely recall some years ago Venezuela set up a government department called the Ministry of Love. The idea was to inculcate in poor women the understanding that their babies from the very moment they were born would respond to any stimuli. Poverty shouldnt stop mothers from giving their babies experience of smell and sound and touch and...My parents certainly wanted that for us. Knowing how poor we were when I was little, I still marvel at the amazing opportunities they conjured up for us to experience so much of the world in an utterly non-judgmental fashion. There was nothing we wouldnt go to, car races or the football as readily as the art gallery or the library. But for me the best, the most wonderful thing we did, was theatre.I was maybe seven, and the oldest of four children, when we went to our first Shakespeare. We were so lucky that my parents had a brilliant understanding of how to make this easy. We always read the story - Charles Lamb, of course - first and wed discuss it. Then my father would play a game with us. He knew quite a few Shakespeare plays by heart and wed get to test him. Well, being the oldest and best at reading, I got the supporting role. Id read a line from the play and hed say who said it and when. He was always right, Id be reduced to trying things like Halt and wed wait with breath bated while he decided if that was guard one or guard two. It was exciting! Once we got there, wed sit in the front row, entranced. How could Shakespeare not be the most wonderful thing after that start?

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Valhalla(Hannah Peters #3)

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2015. Spitzbergen – der nördlichste Siedlungspunkt der Menschheit. Eine Welt aus Eis und Schnee, überschattet von vier Monaten Polarnacht. Dort plant Archäologin Hannah Peters, geheimnisvolle Strukturen unter dem arktischen Eis zu untersuchen: Das Abschmelzen der Gletscher hat mutmaßlich Fundamente eines mythischen Nordreiches zutage gefördert. Doch Hannah ist nicht die Erste, die diese Ruinen erkundet ...1944. Im annektierten Norwegen, fernab jeder Siedlung, reift ein Projekt, das grauenvoller ist als alles, was Menschen je ersonnen haben. Eine biologische Zeitbombe, verborgen unter dem ewigen Eis. Ihr Codename: Valhalla.

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Frihetstidens inredningar på Stockholms Slott : om bekvämlighetens och skönhetens nivåer

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Kungliga Slottets inredningshistoria under frihetstiden hartill en del ägnats ingående studier, till en del knappast alls. Det som saknat belysning är framför allt den lösa inredningen. Här presenteras nu slottsbyggnadens fasta och lösa inredning i ett sammanhang, våning för våning, efter inledande presentationer av arkitekturteoretisk bakgrund, byggnads-organisation, hovordning och ceremoniel. Författaren, Bo Vahlne är fil. dr i konstvetenskap och har under åren 1972 1999 arbetat vid Kungl. Husgerådskammaren, sedan 1987 som dess chef. Han är förtrogen med de rika samlingarna av möbler, textilier och annat konsthantverk på alla de kungliga slotten.

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The Location of Hell Is Here on Earth: Arguments for and Reasons Why

  10/02/2012       pthbr      0 Comments

This book will explain why the earth we live on very well could be the actual location of hell. Wouldnt it be frustrating to get to heaven and find out that the earth was the location of hell all along? Think of all the things we could do to better enjoy our time here if we had only known. By accepting that earth is the real hell, many people might find it emotionally liberating. Now you know why youve had to suffer through so much as an occupant of this planet. Now you know why years of positive thinking and optimism has still also lead to a surprising amount of pain, sadness and disappointment. What activities can you involve yourself in to make your time here in hell more constructive?

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Plenitude (Issue 2)

  10/02/2012       SClark      0 Comments

My favourite pieces from this issue were definitely Vancouver writer Alex Leslie’s series of unsent love letters with strategically blotted out words. This peculiar strategy manages to increase the wonder and sexiness of early love/lust by leaving those crucial details to the imagination; sometimes you can guess what comes between the words you can read (for example: “bluest ———- seen” seems likely to be “bluest eyes I have ever seen”–but couldn’t it be something else?). It’s amazing, actually, how much of a narrative you can construct with so many of the words blanked out; it’s an exercise in imaginative, interactive reading with such sexy, juicy sentences as: “I——-her—–breast.” Isn’t it more fun to fill in the gaps with your own sexy ideas? It’s like the most ideal erotica, because you can really make it exactly what turns you on. It’s like choose your own adventure lesbian erotica!See the full review at my website:http://caseythecanadianlesbrarian.wor...

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