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20th Century American Short Stories

by Jean A. Mcconochie

The revised edition of this classic text introduces students to American literature through a rich selection of contemporary authors from the 20th century.

21 Proms

by David Levithan Daniel Ehrenhaft

In a collaboration that brings together an impressive array of 21 authors, Levithan and Ehrenhaft have produced a collection worthy of exploration. Ranging from sad to funny to truly disastrous, these memorable stories mark that oh-so-important right of passage for many teenagers. Starting with dress-hating, heel-hating, bra-hating Emilie in Elizabeth Craft's You Are a Prom Queen, Dance Dance Dance; moving on to Daniel Ehrenhaft's Better Be Good to Me, in which aging Zack remembers his prom and being in love with his best friend's girlfriend; and ending with rebel chicks Maggie and Carly, who throw the ultimate anti-prom party in John Green's The Great American Morp, readers are drawn into a wide cross section of prom nights from both male and female perspectives. A celebration of all that is good, bad, and sometimes unforgettable about these events, this fast-paced but carefully strung anthology speaks of pink dresses, tuxedos, first kisses, unrequited love, and the thrill of taking love to its ultimate climax. Clever writing featuring many unexpected twists and turns, as well as a stunning display of each writer's razor-sharp wit, makes this an enjoyable read. Older teens will flock to this book, which undoubtedly features some of the best teen fiction writers of our era

211 Things a Bright Boy Can Do

by Tom Cutler

If you've reached adulthood without knowing how to spin a rope like a cowboy, cure a hangover, or make a citizen's arrest, this is the book you've been waiting for. Funny, far-ranging, and surprisingly handy, the book presents tutorials, including: How to Be a Real Man, Bracing Outdoor Activities, and Amusing Diversions.

211 Things a Clever Girl Can Do

by Bunty Cutler

Anything boys can do, girls can do better. The hysterical, cheeky, female counterpart to the smash hit 211 Things a Bright Boy Can Do. If you've ever wanted to walk on stilts, make sloe gin, ride an ostrich, or forecast the weather like your grandmother used to, this is the book you've been waiting for. This surprisingly handy and delightfully amusing guide includes instructions for: EVERYDAY SURVIVAL SKILLS: How to manage an umbrella in the wind, escape a swarm of vicious bees, spot a love rat, get out of a cab without exposing yourself, and make a little black dress out of a garbage bag. HANDY HOUSEHOLD ADVICE: Learn 17 uses for spare fishnet stockings, how to remove any stain, rescue a meal that's gone wrong, and enforce toilet seat procedure in a shared dwelling place. TOOLS FOR THE HOBBYIST IN THE KNOW: How to groom a horse, read tea leaves, force a cucumber, and bellydance.

21st Century Wicca: A Young Witch's Guide to Living the Magical Life

by Jennifer Hunter

This eye-opening, by a witch with a refreshingly modern attitude toward the ancent intricacies of the Craft, answers common questions about Wicca. Whether you have read a dozen books on witchcraft or are completely new to the subject, you will find here a trove of unique and useful information - from the basics of Wiccan practice to lessons in the practicalities of magic, to the final section, which addresses the complexities of a life in which the magical and mundane are intertwined. The text is highlighted with quotes from practicing Wiccans and Pagans who tell of the magic in their lives. Also featured are exercises to teach grounding and empowerment techniques. By developing their own inherent magical abilities, readers will learn more about themselves - for the ultimate Mystery is that which lies within.

24 Girls in 7 Days

by Alex Bradley

When Jack Grammar was little, his sisters used to dress up and pretend he was their prom date. Now it is two weeks until his senior prom, something he's looked forward to since those days of pretend, and he is dateless. But Natalie and Percy, his two best friends, have a solution. Unbeknownst to Jack, they post an ad in the school's online newspaper and the challenge is on. Who will be Jack Grammar's prom date? Amid much angst, hilarity, and plot twists, Jack dates and discards girl after girl until the fateful day when he must choose. Bradley captures the trials of many nice-guy teenage boys, who are insecure in today's high-school culture of dating and in need of an infusion of self-confidence. Jack and his friends are fully developed characters, full of promise and senioritis. Although the girls who court Jack border on stereotypes, the descriptive details are dead on. A satisfying dose of humor and reality in a "boy romance" that many readers may enjoy but are too embarrassed to request.

The 27 Club

by Kim Karr

From the author of the New York Times bestselling Connections series comes an exciting and passionate new romance....You don't know when...You don't get to choose if...When it's time to join...you'll know.You might think you want to be a member--but trust me, this is one club you don't want to join. It's not a place where people go to live out their deepest, darkest sexual desires--there are no handcuffs or blindfolds.The 27 Club only admits those who die young and tragically. Having just lost my brother to the club, I know there is no doubt. I'm next. This is my destiny... and I was ready to yield.But then I met Nate. He awakened a sensuality in me that had never been explored, never satisfied. I knew then I could no longer accept my destiny. Nate's presence controls me. I'm overwhelmed by his touch, his words; my every thought is consumed by desire. I believe he was brought into my life for a reason.Nate doesn't believe in destiny.But I do.And if there's a way to cheat it--I must.

3,096 Days in Captivity

by Natascha Kampusch

On March 2, 1998, ten-year-old Natascha Kampusch was kidnapped, and found herself locked in a house that would be her home for the next eight years. She was starved, beaten, treated as a slave, and forced to work for her deranged captor. But she never forgot who she was-and she never gave up hope of returning to the world. This is her story.

3-D Band Book: Conductor

by James D. Ployhar George B. Zepp

The 3-D Band Book is a three-dimensional approach to rehearsal preparation. This complete tune up/warm up program will reduce rehearsal stress and permit greater accomplishment with less effort. The overall preparedness that this book provides will make every rehearsal a more rewarding and enjoyable experience. The book is divided into three parts: tune up/warm up, key preparation, and rhythm preparation. In addition, there are three pages of harmony and ear training which will provide the basic knowledge necessary for relating to the exercises and chorales found in the book.

3 Dead Princes

by Alex Cox Danbert Nobacon

Princess Stormy lives in a semi-detached castle with her family and a Fool. When an unhappy neighboring kingdom decides to invade, Stormy must go on her quest, meeting giant Cats, Mermangels, Giggle Monkeys, a Gricklegrack, and Flying Lizards on the way. Oh, and she kills three princes. But that's by accident, and anyway it's their own fault . . .Danbert Nobacon, singer, songwriter, comedian, and "freak music legend," was a founding member of the anarchist punk rock band Chumbawamba. He loves children and animals. This is his first book.Alex Cox is better known for his filmmaking skills. He loves monsters.

30 Days to Getting Over the Dork You Used to Call Your Boyfriend

by Clea Hantman

Even Gwyneth, even Cameron, even Madonna have been on the losing end of love. The part you might not believe is that no matter how brutally your heart's been broken, those wounds will heal.

365 Ways to Become a Millionaire

by Brian Koslow

A self-made millionaire shares the secrets of his success in this updated and repackaged classic Brian Koslow made his first million dollars by the time he was thirty-one, and as an executive coach he's helped others do the same. In 365 Ways to Become a Millionaire, Koslow shares the principles that put him on the road to wealth and invites readers to follow the same path to their own fortunes. Through 365 practical and philosophical tips, Koslow shows people how to build a mind-set for success and turn their wealth-building aspirations into reality. For anyone ready to stop dreaming about wealth and start building it, 365 Ways to Become a Millionaire will show them the way. .

38 Basic Speech Experiences (11th Edition)

by Clark S. Carlile Dana V. Hensley

This book provides guidance on Personal Speeches, Speeches to Share Information, Speaking Persuasively, Social, Speeches for Special Occasions, Contest Speaking, Business and Career Speaking, and The Mass Media.

4 Ingredients Kids: Simple, Healthy Fun in the Kitchen

by Kim Mccosker

4 Ingredients KIDS is the most highly anticipated book in the series so far! Kim McCosker and Rachael Bermingham have six young boys between them and know what it's like for kids to love your spaghetti one night, yet deem it untouchable the next! For the past 4 years, Kim and Rachael have been asked, begged and pleaded with to write 4 Ingredients KIDS. NOW it's finally here and in the famous 4 Ingredients style, it has hundreds of recipes that little (and big) kids will LOVE! 4 Ingredients KIDS has been written to: * Encourage healthier eating * Get KIDS INTO THE KITCHEN having fun and creating their very own recipes that the whole family will enjoy. * Provide that much needed inspiration in the evening when you're rushing to get something sensational and simple on the dinner table that the kids will LOVE. * Not break the bank account! New delicious recipes such as Pizzadilla's, Cinderella's Pumpkin Soup, Chicken Pot Pies, Vegie Ribbon Pasta and Healthy fish 'n' chips; all will soon become fast favourites and add an extra boost to meal times! 4 Ingredients KIDS is simple to read, learn and understand, as each method is less than four lines! Teach your children to prepare their ingredients, in their own kitchen, sharing and tasting healthier food. Cooking is a Life Skill, making learning in the kitchen super easy with 4 Ingredients KIDS, as: * Every recipe has just 4 or less ingredients * Each recipe is explained in 4 or less sentences * The recipes encourage people to cook together, talk together and eat together * Learning how easy it is to cook you own meals and knowing you can is the first step in encouraging healthy habits for life. 4 Ingredients KIDS is an invaluable cookbook with recipes the whole family will enjoy AND eat!

40 Short Stories: A Portable Anthology (4th Edition)

by Beverly Lawn

40 Short Stories, part of the highly successful Bedford/St. Martin's portable series of anthologies and guides, continues to offer a balanced mix of classic and contemporary short fiction for a low price. Editorial features -- such as instruction on how to write about fiction and a glossary of literary terms -- are located in the back of the book so the focus can remain on the stories. The stories themselves are arranged chronologically to help students trace the evolution of the short story genre. This book's small size, low price, and versatility make it the perfect anthology for a variety of classes, including introduction to fiction, composition, creative writing, or introduction to literature.

5 Steps To A 5: AP U.S. History

by Stephen Armstrong

Get ready for your AP exam with this straightforward and easy-to-follow study guide, updated for all the latest exam changes! 5 Steps to a 5: AP U. S. History features an effective, 5-step plan to guide your preparation program and help you build the skills, knowledge, and test-taking confidence you need to succeed. This fully revised edition covers the latest course syllabus and provides model tests that reflect the latest version of the exam. Inside you will find: 5-Step Plan to a Perfect 5: 1. Set Up Your Study Program 2. Determine Your Test Readiness 3. Develop Strategies for Success 4. Develop the Knowledge You Need to Score High 5. Build Your Test-Taking Confidence 2 complete practice AP U. S. History exams 3 separate plans to fit your study style Review material updated and geared to the most recent tests Savvy information on how tests are constructed, scored, and used.

5 Steps to a 5: AP English Language, 2012-2013 Edition

by Barbara L. Murphy Estelle M. Rankin

This book is designed to serve many purposes. It will: -clarify requirements for the AP English Language and Composition exam; -provide you with test practice; -show you models and rubrics on which you can model and evaluate your own work; -anticipate and answer your questions; -enrich your understanding and appreciation of the writing process; -help you pace yourself; and -make you aware of the Five Steps to Mastering the AP English Language and Composition exam.

50 Essays: A Portable Anthology (1st edition)

by Samuel Cohen

"50 Essays: A Portable Anthology" directly addresses students' and instructors' concerns that composition readers are too expensive and too large. "50 Essays" meets the needs of a wide variety of classrooms. The carefully chosen table of contents presents enough familiarity to reassure instructors, enough novelty to keep things interesting, and enough variety to accommodate many different teaching needs. The editorial apparatus has been designed to support that variety of needs without being intrusive.

The 6 Most Important Decisions You'll Ever Make: A Guide for Teens

by Sean Covey

The phenomenal bestselling author of "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens" provides in-depth guidance and practical solutions to six major challenges every teenager faces.

The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective Teens

by Sean Covey

Being a teenager is both wonderful and challenging. In The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, author Sean Covey applies the timeless principles of the 7 Habits to teens and the tough issues and life-changing decisions they face. In an entertaining style, Covey provides a step-by-step guide to help teens improve self-image, build friendships, resist peer pressure, achieve their goals, get along with their parents, and much more. In addition, this book is stuffed with cartoons, clever ideas, great quotes, and incredible stories about real teens from all over the world. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens will engage teenagers unlike any other book.An indispensable book for teens, as well as parents, grandparents, and any adult who influences young people, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens is destined to become the last word on surviving and thriving as a teen and beyond.

7 Steps For Success: High School to College Transition Strategies for Students with Disabilities

by Elizabeth Hamblet

This book gives students the proper preparation for college by empowering them to pursue success-- not just at college, but after graduation, too.

The 8:55 to Baghdad

by Andrew Eames

In 1928, Agatha Christie, the world's most widely read author, was a thirty-something single mother. With her marriage to her first husband, Archie Christie, over, she decided to take a much needed holiday; the Caribbean had been her intended destination, but a conversation at a dinner party with a couple who had just returned from Iraq changed her mind. Five days later she was off on a completely different trajectory. Merging literary biography with travel adventure, and ancient history with contemporary world events, Andrew Eames tells a riveting tale and reveals fascinating and little-knowndetails en route in this exotic chapter in the life of Agatha Christie. His own trip from London to Baghdad--a journey much more difficult to make in 2002 with the political unrest in the Middle East and the war in Iraq, than it was in 1928--becomes ineluctably intertwined with Agatha's, and the people he meets could have stepped out of a mystery novel. Fans of Agatha Christie will delight in Eames' description of the places and events that appeared in andinfluenced her fiction--and armchair travelers will thrill in the exotica of the journey itself. .

A.d. 381

by Charles Freeman

A provoking and timely examination of one of the most important periods in Church history In A. D. 381, Theodosius, emperor of the eastern Roman empire, issued a decree in which all his subjects were required to subscribe to a belief in the Trinity of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. This edict defined Christian orthodoxy and brought to an end a lively and wide-ranging debate about the nature of God; all other interpretations were now declared heretical. It was the first time in a thousand years of Greco-Roman civilization free thought was unambiguously suppressed. Why has Theodosius's revolution been airbrushed from the historical record? In this groundbreaking book, acclaimed historian Charles Freeman argues that Theodosius's edict and the subsequent suppression of paganism not only brought an end to the diversity of religious and philosophical beliefs throughout the empire, but created numerous theological problems for the Church, which have remained unsolved. The year A. D. 381, as Freeman puts it, was "a turning point which time forgot. " .

A+ Guide to Managing and Maintaining Your PC

by Jean Andrews

Written by best-selling author and instructor Jean Andrews, this edition maps fully to CompTIA's new 2006 A+ Exam objectives. This full-color guide is designed to be the most complete, step-by-step book available for learning the fundamentals of supporting and troubleshooting computer hardware and software. Video clips are available on the accompanying CD so readers can watch the author bring concepts and technical topics to life via live demonstrations.

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