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The Battersea Dogs and Cats Home: Choosing The Right Dog For You

by Gwen Bailey

The world's oldest and most famous cat and dog home has teamed up with the UK best-selling pet behaviourist to bring you the ultimate guide to choosing the right dog for you and your family.There are over 200 breeds profiled, with details of each dog's temperament, physical statistics, character, exercise requirements and potential health problems. Each profile includes a picture and a list of its key characteristics, making this the most comprehensive breed-profile book on the market.A front section gives advice on what sort of breed you should look for and how to go about finding your dog. It also tells you what to ask, what to consider and ensures you don't make a mistake in your decisions.If you're thinking about getting a dog, or want to learn more about the variety of breeds, cross-breeds and mongrels, then you cannot afford to be without this book.

Blue Mondays Part One

by Emily Dubberley

Part one of an addictive eight-part erotic romance for fans of Sadie Matthews and Sylvia Day. When Lucy Green sees a stranger drop his wallet on the Tube, it?s the beginning of a cat-and-mouse relationship that enlightens, frustrates and arouses her in equal measure. She follows him to give it back, and is soon drawn into a situation she never dreamed possible, behaving in a way she never thought she would. She seems to respond to Ben at some animal level, and it?s frightening. Should she follow her head, say goodbye aNd carry on her way to work? Or go with him and explore her adventurous side? Sensual and romantic, shocking and arousing, BLUE MONDAYS will change the way you think about your commute forever?

Dancing with Dragons

by Lorenda Christensen

If Carol Jenski knows anything, it's fashion-and it's not in fashion to consort with dragons, even though they've coexisted with humans since World War III. Still, she would never have agreed to take part in a plot against them. Now a dragon lord has called for her head, her boyfriend is MIA and she's been abandoned in a foreign country.Only reporter Daniel Wallent is on Carol's side...sort of. He offers his assistance if she helps him investigate his latest story. He'll need Carol's language skills to infiltrate an organization run by one of the most dangerous and secretive dragons in the world.Escaping one sociopathic dragon's claws only to walk into another's is an insane risk-and so is falling for Daniel. Posing as his blushing-and very affectionate-new bride as cover soon leads to an all-too-real attraction. But fighting off dragons and her desire for Daniel may be more of a challenge than Carol can handle...See how it all began in Never Deal with Dragons.72,000 words

Up in Knots

by Gillian Archer

Book two of The Pleasure CodeAfter the loss of her Dom and first love two years ago, the time has come for Kyla to again allow herself the pleasure of giving up control. She isn't looking for anything serious yet, just the comforting embrace of rope and a firm hand on her body for the night.Rope-top Sawyer is extremely skilled and he doesn't do relationships-but he's fascinated by the gymnastics instructor who approaches him at a kink con. By the end of the day he's vowed to help her feel submissive pleasure again, and to introduce her to a few Doms she can choose from.But as Sawyer breaks down Kyla's emotional defenses, his barriers also come down. Soon he can't imagine giving Kyla over to any other Dom-and Kyla can't imagine being with anyone else. When their feelings are put to the ultimate test, they'll learn that while taking risks in the bedroom is easy, taking risks in love is terrifying.54,000 words

Dark Deeds

by Anne Marie Becker

Book four of The MindhuntersWalking away from sexy Detective Diego Sandoval was one of the toughest things security specialist Becca Haney ever had to do. But her past is a direct threat to his future, to the career he's working so hard to rebuild. Now, with a witness from a horrific case implicating Diego, Becca must decide whether to listen to her head or her heart.Diego is a big-city lawman used to cracking the hardest cases, but he'll never understand why Becca ended their passionate affair. When he's assigned to help keep her safe from a human trafficking ring, he's determined to stay by her side and learn about the woman behind the passion-scars and all.But Becca has another admirer. Known only as "the Fan," he believes he's the perfect partner for her-and he'll kill to prove it. When the stakes are raised in the killer's deadly game, Diego will be called upon to save lives-including Becca's.90,000 words

Big Girls Don't Cry

by Brenda Novak

Thanks to a devastating revelation about her husband, Reenie Holbrook's once-perfect marriage is over. For eleven years she had the life she wanted--and now it's gone.Reenie decides that the first step in recovering from her ordeal is to find work; after all, she has three young children to support. She's thrilled when she lands a job at Dundee High teaching history--until Isaac Russell, the man who triggered the unraveling of her marriage, accepts a temporary position teaching science. Then she's tempted to quit. Reenie doesn't care if the whole town admires Isaac...and she won't admit that, secretly, she admires him, too. She doesn't want to see him or his sister in "her" town.But a friendship with the most unlikely woman leads to a relationship with the most unlikely man....

The Other Woman

by Brenda Novak

Elizabeth O'Connell has survived one of the worst betrayals a wife can imagine. Finding out that she wasn't the only woman in her husband's life meant the end of her marriage and a year of personal hell. Now she's focusing on her new business and raising her two kids.Carter Hudson isn't part of her plan. When he's introduced to Liz by well-meaning friends, her dislike is instant. But as she spends time with him, Liz realizes she likes having Carter in her life--more than likes it. However, Carter has secrets in his past that he can't seem to escape, secrets that apparently involve a woman. Liz is sure of one thing--she'll never be "the other woman" again!

Coulda Been a Cowboy

by Brenda Novak

Grandpa Garnier used to say, "Love is like a bucking bronco. It takes guts and determination to hang on, but it's worth the ride. " If only Grandpa was around now to help Tyson Garnier out of this mess. The famous pro football player is suddenly saddled with a very public scandal-- and an illegitimate child. Tyson needs a good nanny "now" if he's going to salvage his career. And plain, no-nonsense Dakota Brown is the ideal candidate. Dakota doesn't care for football-- or for a man who doesn't seem to want his own son. But she needs this job, and that precious little baby needs "her. " Dakota isn't Tyson's kind of woman. But the more he sees of her-- and the more he sees of his son-- the harder he wants to hang on.

Administration of Programs for Young Children

by Phyllis M. Click Kimberly A. Karkos Cathie Robertson

ADMINISTRATION OF PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN is a tried and true guide for early childhood education students who want to be directors, as well as a comprehensive resource for those who are already directors. The text emphasizes the role of leaders/managers and their function in relation to new staff, while simultaneously addressing the needs of children, parents, and other staff. Coverage includes a wide variety of information about relevant program elements as well as methods and principles related to supervising student teachers, assistant teachers, teachers, parents, and volunteers. Real-life scenarios equip working directors with problem- solving techniques; readers also learn best practices in child care program management. Highlights include a fresh new design, a new chapter diversity, up-to-date technology information, and new TeachSource Videos integrated into each chapter.

The Bootlegger (Isaac Bell Series #7)

by Clive Cussler Justin Scott

Detective Isaac Bell is back, in the extraordinary new adventure in the #1 New York Times-bestselling series. For six books, Clive Cussler has dazzled fans with the stories of Detective Isaac Bell, the dapper, cunning operative whose adventures bring to stunning life the upheavals of the early twentieth century. About The Striker, critics said: "[Might] be the best yet in the series ... A great action thriller" (Associated Press). Bell's next assignment, however, may be his most harrowing--and most personal-- to date. It is 1921, and both Prohibition and bootlegging are in full swing. When Isaac Bell's boss and lifelong friend Joseph Van Dorn is shot and nearly killed leading the high-speed chase of a rum-running vessel, Bell swears to him that he will hunt down the lawbreakers, but he doesn't know what he is getting into. When a witness to Van Dorn's shooting is executed in a ruthlessly efficient manner invented by the Russian secret police, it becomes clear that these are no ordinary criminals. On a trail that leads from the ravages of post--World War I Europe to the speakeasies of New York to the lawless streets of Detroit and Florida's lavish beachside resorts, Isaac tracks the footsteps of a criminal enterprise more ingenious and far-reaching than any he has ever known. For this is no mere bootlegging operation, but a powerful international organization with the very downfall of America in its sights.... Packed with daring escapades and incredible heroics, The Bootlegger is Clive Cussler at his best.

A History of Western Society: Since 1300 For Advanced Placement

by John Buckler John P. Mckay Bennett D. Hill Clare Haru Crowston Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks Joe Perry

A History of Western Societyremains the most popular AP European history textbook available because it captures students' interest in the everyday life of the past and ties social history to the broad sweep of politics and culture. The tenth edition has been thoroughly revised to strengthen the text's readability, heighten its attention to daily life, and incorporate the insights of new scholarship, including a strengthened treatment of European exploration and a thoroughly revised post-1945 section. With a dynamic new design, new special features on visual evidence, and a completely revised and robust companion reader, this significant revision will help AP students master the concepts and content of European history.

Beauty is a Verb: The New Poetry of Disability (1st Edition)

by Sheila Black Jennifer Bartlett Michael Northen

Beauty is a Verb is the first of its kind: a high-quality anthology of poetry by American poets with physical disabilities. Poems and essays alike consider how poetry, coupled with the experience of disability, speaks to the poetics of each poet included. The collection explores first the precursors whose poems had a complex (and sometimes absent) relationship with disability, such as Vassar Miller, Larry Eigner and Josephine Miles. It continues with poets who have generated the Crip Poetics Movement, such as Petra Kuppers, Kenny Fries and Jim Ferris. Finally, the collection explores the work of poets who don't necessarily subscribe to the identity of 'crip-poetics' and have never before been published in this exact context. These poets include Bernadette Mayer, Rusty Morrison, Cynthia Hogue and C. S. Giscombe. The book crosses poetry movements--from narrative to language poetry--and speaks to and about a number of disabilities including cerebral palsy, deafness, blindness, multiple sclerosis and aphasia due to stroke, among others.

The War of the Worlds

by H. G. Wells Malvina G. Vogel Brendan Lynch

First published by H.G. Wells in 1898, The War of the Worlds is the granddaddy of all alien invasion stories. The novel begins ominously, as the lone voice of a narrator intones, "No one would have believed in the last years of the nineteenth century that this world was being watched keenly and closely by intelligences greater than man's. " Things then progress from a series of seemingly mundane reports about odd atmospheric disturbances taking place on Mars to the arrival of Martians just outside of London. At first, the Martians seem laughable, hardly able to move in Earth's comparatively heavy gravity, even enough to raise themselves out of the pit created when their spaceship landed. But soon the Martians reveal their true nature as death machines 100 feet tall rise up from the pit and begin laying waste to the surrounding land. Wells quickly moves the story from the countryside to the evacuation of London itself and the loss of all hope as England's military suffers defeat after defeat. With horror, the narrator describes how the Martians suck the blood from living humans for sustenance and how it's clear that man is not being conquered so much as corralled.

A Concise History of Hungary

by Miklós Molnár

This book offers a comprehensive thousand-year history of the land, people, society, culture and economy of Hungary, from its nebulous origins in the Ural Mountains to the 1988 elections. It tells above all the thrilling story of a people who became a great power in the region and then fought against--and were invaded by--Ottomans, Germans and Soviets. The Hungarian people preserved nevertheless a continuous individuality through their Ural-born language and a specifically Hungaro-European culture.

A Histroy of Iraq

by Charles Tripp

To understand Iraq, Charles Tripp's history is the book to read. Since its first appearance in 2000, it has become a classic in the field of Middle East studies, read and admired by students, soldiers, policymakers and journalists. The book is now updated to include the recent American invasion, the fall and capture of Saddam Hussein and the subsequent descent into civil strife. What is clear is that much that has happened since 2003 was foreshadowed in the account found in this book. Tripp's thesis is that the history of Iraq throughout the twentieth-century has made it what it is today, but also provides alternative futures. Unless this is properly understood, many of the themes explored in this book - patron-client relations, organized violence, sectarian, ethnic and tribal difference - will continue to exert a hold over the future of Iraq as they did over its past.

Beneath the Skin

by Burgess Amy Lee

The Wolf Within, #1 If you could shift into a wolf, what would you discover about yourself? Two years after the deaths of her bond mates, Constance Newcastle is ready to start over. The problem? The rest of the Great Pack, gathered in Paris to shift into wolves together, is not so sure she deserves the chance. Although the Great Council ruled the car crash an accident, even Constance blames herself. She was driving, after all. Treated like a pariah by those she longs to rejoin, Constance reunites with an old lover. Everything looks promising until he mysteriously dies. Accused of his murder and desperate to clear her name, Constance joins forces with handsome, confident Liam Murphy, a former Alpha pack leader with a past as tragic and troubled as her own. Guided by the mysterious Councilor Jason Allerton, Constance and Liam discover they are not alone-- throughout the Great Pack, people are dying. Can all the deaths be accidents, or is something more sinister going on?

The First Ghost

by Marguerite Butler

The dead have no respect for anyone trying to have a life. Portia Mahaffey always liked that she was the only woman in her family without a psychic 'gift'. But a concussion awakens her latent ability to see ghosts. And one of those ghosts is prepared to haunt her until Portia agrees to convince the police her death was no accident. With no choice but to help Corinne, Portia reluctantly uses her new gift and some good old-fashioned detection to track down the truth. Seeing the dead is just the beginning. Portia's world becomes filled with hungry demons, mercenary shadow beings, vengeful poltergeists...and one very alive murderer willing rank her among the dead. Who knew hanging with the dead could be so hazardous to the living? WARNING: Contains mild sexual escapades, ghosts, demons, and flatulent pugs. 76,991 Words

Hidden In Plain Sight

by Burgess Amy Lee

The Wolf Within, #3 As Stanzie discovers her wolf, she learns being herself is more dangerous than ever. Where is Bethany Dillon? The seventeen year-old girl is missing from the Maplefair pack and Constance Newcastle--Stanzie--and Liam Murphy must find her. Fast. A serial killer still has not been caught. Bethany could have run away, or killed herself. But no one in her pack seems to know the truth. Or, they're just not telling. Constanceís knack for uncovering secrets leads her into peril, and to save Bethany, she must break every rule. She risks losing everything, including Liam...and her life. 90,135 Words

Like Pizza and Beer

by Elle Parker

Dino Martini Mysteries, #1 Working for his ex and his boyfriend, Dino's past and present cross. Dino is caught off guard when his ex shows up out of the blue asking for help. His current lover, Seth, is pushing him to find dirt on his sister's boyfriend. Juggling between two cases - and his boyfriend and ex - isn't easy, but what choice does he have?Working with his ex takes Dino on a trip down memory lane, raising a few doubts and stirring up Seth's jealousLike Pizza and Beer by Elle Parkery. Now he must save his ex's restaurant and his relationship with Seth before it's too late WARNING: Explicit sexual situations, M/M sex and mild violence. 72,777 Words

Lifelong Learning Imperative in Engineering: Summary of a Workshop

by National Academy of Engineering Debasish Dutta

The 21st century is witnessing a rapid increase in the pace of knowledge creation in the sciences and engineering. Competing in this global economy requires a science and engineering workforce that is consistently at the technological forefront. Dr. Charles Vest, President of the National Academy of Engineering, in a speech at the University of Michigan on October 15, 2007, put it simply: prospering in the knowledge age requires people with knowledge. The purpose of the Lifelong Learning Imperative Workshop, summarized in this volume, was to consider learning opportunities for the engineering professional. The participants in the workshop addressed the necessity of lifelong learning, the history of continuing education, possible delivery systems, systems used by other professions, and the current state of learning when viewed in the light of the rapid rate of technological change.

Nutrient Control Actions for Improving Water Quality in the Mississippi River Basin and Northern Gulf of Mexico

by National Research Council of the National Academies

A large area of coastal waters in the northern Gulf of Mexico experiences seasonal conditions of low levels of dissolved oxygen, a condition known as hypoxia. Excess discharge of nutrients into the Gulf of Mexico from the Mississippi and Atchafalaya rivers causes nutrient overenrichment in the gulf's coastal waters and stimulates the growth of large algae blooms. When these algae die, the process of decomposition depletes dissolved oxygen from the water column and creates hypoxic conditions. In considering how to implement provisions of the Clean Water Act to strengthen nutrient reduction objectives across the Mississippi River basin, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requested advice from the National Research Council. This book represents the results of the committee's investigations and deliberations, and recommends that the EPA and U.S. Department of Agriculture should jointly establish a Nutrient Control Implementation Initiative to learn more about the effectiveness of actions meant to improve water quality throughout the Mississippi River basin and into the northern Gulf of Mexico. Other recommendations include how to move forward on the larger process of allocating nutrient loading caps -- which entails delegating responsibilities for reducing nutrient pollutants such as nitrogen and phosphorus -- across the basin.

Observations on the President's Fiscal Year 2001 Federal Science and Technology Budget

by Compature Science Telecommunications Board National Research Council Institute of Medicien

A report on the Observations on the President's Fiscal Year 2001 Federal Science and Technology Budget

Existentialism And Contemporary Cinema

by Enda Mccaffrey Jean-Pierre Boula

At the heart of this volume is the assertion that Sartrean existentialism, most prominent in the 1940s, particularly in France, is still relevant as a way of interpreting the world today. Film, by reflecting philosophical concerns in the actions and choices of characters, continues and extends a tradition in which art exemplifies the understanding of existentialist philosophy. In a scholarly yet accessible style, the contributors exploit the rich interplay between Sartre's philosophy, plays and novels, and a number of contemporary films including No Country for Old Men, Lost in Translation and The Truman Show, with film-makers including the Dardenne brothers, Michael Haneke, and Mike Leigh. This volume will be of interest to students who are coming to Sartre's work for the first time and to those who would like to read films within an existentialist perspective.

Offspring: Human Fertility Behavior In Biodemographic Perspective

by National Research Council of the National Academies

Despite recent advances in our understanding of the genetic basis of human behavior, little of this work has penetrated into formal demography. Very few demographers worry about how biological processes might affect voluntary behavior choices that have demographic consequences even though behavioral geneticists have documented genetics effects on variables such as parenting and divorce. Offspring: Human Fertility Behavior in Demographic Perspective brings together leading researchers from a wide variety of disciplines to review the state of research in this emerging field and to identify promising research directions for the future.

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