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Zorras

by Noemí Casquet

La trilogía erótica de las mujeres libres (primera parte) ¿Estás preparada para unirte al Club de las Zorras? #OrgasmoLiterarioGarantizado Nunca has leído una novela erótica como esta. Una novela en la que tres mujeres -Alicia, Diana y Emily: quédate con sus nombres porque no vas a poder olvidarlas- deciden formar un club para cumplir todas sus fantasías sexuales, más allá de cualquier límite preestablecido. «Somos zorras, malas, libres. Somos la tentación. Somos las dueñas de nuestro cuerpo y nuestras alas. La que nos tocamos dónde y cuándo queremos. Somos las que gritamos en las calles y gemimos en las almohadas. Nos pintamos los labios de rojo y dejamos los de abajo abiertos para explotar de placer. Aquellas a las que llamabas zorras ahora follan con la liberación.» Tienes entre tus manos una novela que empodera y libera; una novela para lectoras valientes dispuestas a descubrir quiénes son realmente y no quienes los demás quieren que sean. Próximas publicaciones: Malas, 3 de septiembreLibres, 5 de noviembre

Zorra 2

by La Marchesa

Historia interesante, atrapante y que deja mucho a la imaginacion lo que Slut siente en cada renglon. Siendo hombre me vi por momentos excitado de saber como contiuaria la historia, y ahora espero la parte 3, seguramente con ecuentros lesbicos.

Zorion klandestinoa

by Clarice Lispector Antton Olariaga Aranburu Iñigo Roque Eguzkitza

Clarice Lispectorrek hizkuntza guztiak dakizki, baita isiltasunarena ere. Claricek maitasunaren bidez izendatzen du. Maitasunaren legea diktatzen du, baina axolagabekeria kaotikoan erori gabe. Ez ditu desberdintasunak erriprimitzen; aitzitik, formulatu egiten ditu, taxua ematen die. Izendatzea da besteei egin diezazkiekegun hamaika keinuetako bat. Laztan egitearen, begiratzearen, isilean dei egitearen parean. Claricek hizkuntza bera lantzen du, eta orobat aztertzen du nolako harremana duen gorputzarekin, zeinen erraz izenda daitezkeen gorputzik eta errealitaterik gabeko gauzak, hitzak besterik ez direlako. Gizaki eta animalien aldea jorratzen du. Kexu da animalia ez izateagatik. Areago, bere baitako animaliaren bila dihardu. Haren lan-eremua ez da zientzia, baizik eta bizitza, heriotza, maitasuna. Hélène Cixous

Zorgan and the Gorsemen: Charmseekers 12

by Georgie Adams

The world of Karisma is in turmoil: storms are raging and crops have failed. Queen Charm blames Zorgan for everything bad that has happened since he threw her charms away, so orders his capture by her soldiers. Zorgan gathers together his own army of Gorsemen - wild savages with hair as prickly as gorse bushes, who live on Heart Moor - bribing them with the promise of rich rewards, to defeat Charm's army. When Sesame arrives in this magical land, she finds herself walking into a raging battle. Once Morbrecia has witnessed Zorgan's explosive demise, Sesame must stop her becoming a powerful sorceress in his place, and find the next charm in a very prickly place.

Zorgamazoo

by Robert Paul Weston

Are You a Believer in Fanciful Things? In Pirates and Dragons and Creatures and Kings? <P><P>Then sit yourself down in a comfortable seat, with maybe some cocoa and something to eat, and I'll spin you the tale of Katrina Katrell, a girl full of courage (and daring, as well!), who down in the subway, under the ground, saw something fantastical roaming around. . . .What was it she saw? I'd rather not say. (Who's ever heard of a Zorgle, anyway?) <P><P>But if you are curious, clever and brave, if intrepid adventure is something you crave, then open this book and I'll leave it to you to uncover the secret of ZORGAMAZOO! <P><P>Join Morty the Zorgle and Katrina on a fantastically illustrated, you'll-wanna-read-every-word-aloud, sophisticated rhyming adventure for kids of all ages!

Zorgamazoo

by Robert Paul Weston

Are You a Believer in Fanciful Things? In Pirates and Dragons and Creatures and Kings?<P> Then sit yourself down in a comfortable seat, with maybe some cocoa and something to eat, and I'll spin you the tale of Katrina Katrell, a girl full of courage (and daring, as well!), who down in the subway, under the ground, saw something fantastical roaming around...<P> What was it she saw? 'd rather not say. (Who's ever heard of a Zorgle, anyway?)<P> But if you are curious, clever and brave, if intrepid adventure is something you crave, then open this book and I'll leave it to you to uncover the secret of ZORGAMAZOO!<P> Join Morty the Zorgle and Katrina on a fantastically illustrated, you'll-wanna-read-every-word-aloud, sophisticated rhyming adventure for kids of all ages!

Zorba the Greek

by Nikos Kazantzakis

The classic novel, international sensation, and inspiration for the film starring Anthony Quinn explores the struggle between the aesthetic and the rational, the inner life and the life of the mind.The classic novel Zorba the Greek is the story of two men, their incredible friendship, and the importance of living life to the fullest. Zorba, a Greek working man, is a larger-than-life character, energetic and unpredictable. He accompanies the unnamed narrator to Crete to work in the narrator's lignite mine, and the pair develops a singular relationship. The two men couldn't be further apart: The narrator is cerebral, modest, and reserved; Zorba is unfettered, spirited, and beyond the reins of civility. Over the course of their journey, he becomes the narrator's greatest friend and inspiration and helps him to appreciate the joy of living. Zorba has been acclaimed as one of the most remarkable figures in literature; he is a character in the great tradition of Sinbad the Sailor, Falstaff, and Sancho Panza. He responds to all that life offers him with passion, whether he's supervising laborers at a mine, confronting mad monks in a mountain monastery, embellishing the tales of his past adventures, or making love. Zorba the Greek explores the beauty and pain of existence, inviting readers to reevaluate the most important aspects of their lives and live to the fullest.

Zora Neale Hurston's Final Decade

by Virginia Lynn Moylan

In 1948, false accusations of child molestation all but erased the reputation and career Zora Neale Hurston had worked for decades to build. Sensationalized in the profit-seeking press and relentlessly pursued by a prosecution more interested in a personal crusade than justice, the morals charge brought against her nearly drove her to suicide.But she lived on. She lived on past her accuser’s admission that he had fabricated his whole story. She lived on for another twelve years, during which time she participated in some of the most remarkable events, movements, and projects of the day.Since her death, scholars and the public have rediscovered Hurston’s work and conscientiously researched her biography. Nevertheless, the last decade of her life has remained relatively unexplored. Virginia Moylan fills in the details--investigating subjects as varied as Hurston’s reporting on the trial of Ruby McCollum (a black woman convicted of murdering her white lover), her participation in designing an "anthropologically correct" black baby doll to combat stereotypes, her impassioned and radical biography of King Herod, and her controversial objections to court-ordered desegregation.

Zora Neale Hurston: Southern Storyteller

by Della A. Yannuzzi

Biography of Zora Neale Hurston. What this young southern African-American woman lacked in material wealth was balanced by a big talent and a strong will to succeed.

Zora and Nicky

by Claudia Mair Burney

Two Hearts, One God.? Should Anything Else Matter?Zora Nella Hampton Johnson knows exactly where she comes from--and her daddy won't let her forget. Of course for that privilege he keeps her in Prada and Kate Spade, Coach and YSL. He chooses her boyfriend, her car, her address, and ignores her love of painting, art, and the old ways of her grandaddy's soulful AME church--where the hymns pleaded, cajoled, and raised the roof. Her daddy may be a preacher, but some-where among the thousands of church members, the on-site coffee house, and the JumboTron, Zora lost God. And she wants Him back.Nicky Parker, a recent graduate of Berkeley and reformed playboy, also suffers the trials of being a preacher's kid, and he can't remember the last time he saw eye-to-eye with his white, racist, Southern Baptist father. What he does remember--and it will be forever burned in his brain despite myriad prayers to Jesus--is the way Zora looked the first time he saw her. Like Nefertiti. Only better. When they meet at a bible study far from their respective home churches, the first churlish, sarcastic sparks that fly sizzle with defensiveness. But God has a special way of feeding the flames and though of different flocks, these two lost sheep will find Him and much, much more.Click here to listen to an interview with Claudia Mair Burney: http://buzzplant.com/zoranicky/ecard1/#/author-interview/

Zora and Me

by Victoria Bond T. R. Simon

A fictionalized account of Zora Neale Hurston's childhood with her best friend, Carrie, in Eatonville, Florida, as they learn about life, death, and the differences between truth, lies, and pretending. Includes an annotated bibliography of the works of Zora Neale Hurston, a short biography of the author, and a time line of important events in her life. Includes bibliographical references.

ZooZical

by Marc Brown Judy Sierra

Winter weather is keeping children from visiting the zoo. So the animals are out of sorts--listless, grumpy, and no longer fun. All except two little friends, a very small hippo and a baby kangaroo. Their hip-hopping, toe-tapping, and rap-rocking soon has the other animals joining in the hip-aroo beat. "Racoons danced in pairs, baboons danced in troops, and snakes joined the dancers as live hula-hoops." Children's favorite songs get a funny new spin--seals bark out "The seals on the bus go round and round"--as the animals create their very own musical.Young readers and listeners will be amazed and delighted at how the animals chase the winter doldrums by getting along as friends, pooling their talents, and pushing themselves to new heights. After all, these are the same clever animals who learned to read in Judy Sierra's and Marc Brown's Wild About Books, an award-winning New York Times #1 bestselling picture book. ZooZical is sure to inspire some "can do" fun in kindergarten and primary grades.From the Hardcover edition.

Zoot-Suit Murders

by Thomas Sanchez

Like his lavishly praised novels Rabbit Boss and Mile Zero, Thomas Sanchez's Zoot-Suit Murders combines a tautly arched narrative with fiercely visual prose and a starkly revisionist view of the American melting pot.

Zöopedagogies: Creatures as Teachers in Middle English Romance

by Bonnie J. Erwin

The human protagonists of medieval romance are works in progress. They are learners, taught by an unexpected set of teachers: non-human animals including horses, hawks, lions, and the various quarry of the hunt. These "creature teachers" show humans how to be more perfectly human—how to love, fight, survive, and live according to medieval culture’s highest ideals. Zöopedagogies explores the pedagogical role of animals in medieval romance, a genre whose fantastical elements enable animal characters to behave in ways inspired by, but not limited to their real-world actions. Situated at the intersection of animal studies and medieval studies, Zöopedagogies claims medieval roots for posthumanism by telling a new story about the role of animals in constructing Western culture. Bonnie Erwin brings together a diverse array of texts, including chivalric romances like Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and popular romances like Bevis of Hampton and Richard Coer de Lyon. She puts these into conversation with medieval texts on natural science, horsemanship, hawking, and hunting that inform the representation of creatures who teach. In so doing, she reveals a rich and nuanced sense of animals as participants in interspecies collaborative culture-making.

Zooming to Zaragon (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading Grade 4)

by Linda Dunlap Kim Herbst

Lenora never imagined she'd ever meet a being from another planet. But Zikon seems far more nervous about the encounter than she does - and needs her help. NIMAC-sourced textbook

Zooman Sam

by Lois Lowry

bookjacket Sam Krupnik has to dress up for future job day at school--but Sam doesn't want just any job in his future! Sam wants to be a zookeeper, just like Zookeeper Jake in his favorite picture book. His innovative mom and sister help him create a memorable costume which he wears ... and wears ... and wears ... long after his firefighter classmates have gone back to their blue jeans. Encouraged by Mrs. Bennett, his teacher, Sam embarks on a lengthy project to teach his preschool class about a zookeeper's responsibilities, from the feeding of cubs to the training of lions. Along the way, often painfully, he learns what the job of teacher really requires: scheduling, perseverance, tact, and the wearing of many different hats. As always, the patient and loving Krupnik family stands by as Anastasia's irrepressible little brother struggles with a set of almost impossible goals. Readers of all ages will cheer for Sam as the embroidery thread that spells ZOOMAN SAM over his heart unravels and quite surprisingly transforms him into something more wonderful than even he could have imagined.

Zooman Sam

by Lois Sue Lowry

It's Future Job Day at Sam's school, and Sam knows exactly what he wants to be when he grows up-a zookeeper, just like Zookeeper Jake in his favorite picture book. His mother and big sister, Anastasia, help Sam create a memorable costume-so memorable that Sam insists on wearing it long after Future Job Day has passed and the rest of his classmates are back in their regular clothes. Encouraged by Mrs. Bennett, his teacher, Sam embarks on a lengthy project to teach his preschool class about a zookeeper's responsibilities, and along the way learns just how difficult a job teaching is. As always, the patient and loving Krupnik family stands by as Anastasia's irrepressible little brother struggles with a set of nearly impossible goals. Children will delight in this latest story featuring the precocious and irresistible Sam.

Zoom at Sea

by Tim Wynne-Jones Eric Beddows

Zoom the cat loves water--not to drink, but to play with. <P><P>A map in the attic leads him to a beautiful woman who lives in a huge old house. <P><P>When, with the turn of a large wheel, mysterious Maria launches him on a wonderful sea voyage, the first of Zoom's amazing adventures begins. <P><P>Images and image descriptions available.

Zoom at Sea (Zoom Trilogy #1)

by Tim Wynne-Jones Eric Beddows

This fanciful nautical adventure stars a winsome cat named Zoom who stays indoors paddling in the sink or sailing in the bathtub all night when other self-respecting cats are out mousing and howling at the moon. One day Zoom finds in his Uncle Roy's diary a map of the sea and how to get there, which leads him to the huge house of the beautiful Maria. When, with the turn of a large wheel, mysterious Maria launches him on a wonderful sea voyage, the first of Zoom’s adventures begins.

Zoom

by Robert Munsch

A child's adventures with her new wheelchair

Zoology

by Ben Dolnick

Zoology is the story of Henry Elinsky, a college flunk-out who takes a job at the Central Park Zoo and discovers that becoming an adult takes a lot more than just a weekly paycheck.

Zoologico Sideral: Los Recolectores de Especimenes

by Phil Price

En el centro de Inglaterra, un pueblo tranquilo se está preparando para su fiesta anual. Calabazas y espantapájaros adornan las casas, y las tiendas bordean las sinuosas calles. Mientras tanto, en un rincón lejano del cosmos, también se está preparando una atracción planetaria para sus nuevos habitantes. Entre ellos se encuentran los residentes de un pueblo tranquilo en el centro de Inglaterra. Su nuevo hogar, una réplica de la aldea de la que fueron secuestrados, es donde los terrícolas deben vivir sus vidas para la diversión de los demás, debajo de cúpulas de cristal que alcanzan las estrellas. Pero cerca, se desata una guerra amarga, ya que un líder rebelde busca destruir todo lo que crean sus enemigos. Pronto, sus mundos se estrellan junto con resultados catastróficos.

The Zookeeper (Fountas & Pinnell Classroom, Guided Reading)

by Jesse James

NIMAC-sourced textbook. Lunch Time at the Zoo. The zookeeper feeds the animals at the zoo. Each animal gets something different.

Zoogaia

by Timothy J. Tate

ZooGaia is a cautionary tale, a fable, describing the effects of a world run amok. It is the first book of the Zoogaia trilogy that describes a world dominated by a lost patriarchy. Aurora, a teenage avatar, is confronted by the pain and distress of earth's precious creatures being killed slowly by man's greed and ignorance. Aurora leads the charge on shifting the literal and mythic landscape of Gaia, our own Mother Earth. Along with the help of the animals living everywhere on the landscape of Gaia's this our ancient and beautiful world, Aurora's attempts to usher in a new and sane age creates an adventure story that both shocks and gives hope.

Zoofari

by Amanda Bybee

16-year-old Jaime Needham can't see anything at night, but she has a grand vision to protect the animals of the San Francisco Zoo from the people of her city. Three years after the death of her mother, a veterinary scientist, Jaime is learning to care for Giraffes who have developed a super virus. She helps to form a similar Plan of Enrichment that saved the Bison of Golden Gate Park from extinction. In exchange for her service, Jaime is given the opportunity for a trial nightglow lens implant to restore her night vision. 21-year-old Spence, Jaime's supervisor from South Africa, is a zoologist conducting behavior research on human and animal interaction. He has constructed human structures which selected study members will enter inside of animal enclosures for leveled interaction, according to rank. When Spence's project is jeopardized, trouble escalates, until it is up to Jaime to act fast to get the key back in safe hands, and find her way, on her own terms, in order to prevent fatal consequences. "The study's test members had endured more than Mark Twain's 'coldest winter...a summer in San Francisco; ' they'd braved a trial fifteen-minute stay in the cold enclosures of lions, tigers, bears, elephants, monkeys, and zebras."

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