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Mr. Fixit

by Jo Ann Algermissen

TEMPTATION WEARS A TOOL BELT Texan Molly Winsome was through with macho males. Never again would she attempt to trade her work boots for dainty Cinderella slippers. Instead, she'd stand tall-six feet tall-in a man's world. And she'd sure-as-shootin' stand alone! So darn Brandon Corral's handsome hide! He was insufferably sexy...and suspiciously helpful when Molly underwent business woes. His lean, masculine angles and strong, sheltering arms made her feel every inch a woman. But was Brandon a handyman who mended hurting hearts? Or a blue-jeaned devil tempting Molly to take a mighty painful fall?

A Mr. Food Christmas: Homemade and Hassle-free

by Art Ginsburg

Mr. Food knows you're running all over town buying gifts and preparing for the holidays, so he's put together simple, tasty menus using readily available ingredients, many of which are already on your pantry shelves. The recipes in Mr. Food 's menus can be mixed and matched with one another and with your own classic holiday recipes. There's Fiesta Shrimp, Edible Tree Ornaments, and other goodies for your tree decorating party. From quick meals for the days before Christmas to make-ahead Christmas breakfast recipes, it's all here, even a Christmas Dinner complete with everything from Angel Biscuits to Apple-Glazed Turkey. A Mr. Food Christmas: Homemade and Hassle-Free has all the recipes you'll need to celebrate a tasty Christmas with family and friends and ring in the New Year with a hearty "OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!."

Mr Galliano's Circus

by Enid Blyton

Jimmy's adventures with the circus

Mr. Gatling's Terrible Marvel: The Gun That Changed Everything and the Misunderstood Genius Who Invented It

by Julia Keller

A Pulitzer Prize winner explores the role of the first machine gun in transforming America into a superpower. Although it was little used during the American Civil War -- the time in which it was invented -- the Gatling gun soon changed the nature of warfare and the course of world history. Discharging two hundred shots per minute with alarming accuracy, the world's first machine gun became vitally important to protecting and expanding America's overseas interests. Its inventor, Richard Gatling, was famous in his own time for creating and improving many industrial designs, from bicycles and steamship propellers to flush toilets. A man of great business and scientific acumen, Gatling actually proposed his gun as a way of saving lives, thinking it would decrease the size of armies and, therefore, make it easier to supply soldiers and reduce malnutrition deaths. The scientists who unleashed America's atomic arsenal less than a century later would see it much the same way.

Mr. George Baker

by Amy Hest

With subtlety and tenderness, Amy Hest tells the tale of an elderly man and a young boy linked by the common pursuit of learning to read. George can't read. A hundred years old, and he never learned how. "That must be corrected," says George. George Baker and Harry don't seem the likeliest of friends. But sitting side by side on George's porch in the morning, waiting for the school bus to come, the two have plenty in common -- this hundred-year-old musician with the crookedy fingers going tappidy on his knees and the young schoolboy whose shoelaces always need tying. They're both learning to read, and it's hard. What's easy is the warm friendship they share. In an inspired pairing, a best-selling author and illustrator pay quiet tribute to the power of language and intergenerational bonds.

Mr. Granite Is From Another Planet! (My Weird School Daze #3)

by Dan Gutman

It's the start of a new school year, and A.J.'s third-grade teacher, Mr. Granite, is out of this world! He's a genius who talks weird, acts weird. He knows everything. Is he a computer posing as a person, or does he come from another planet?

Mr. Gumpy's Outing

by John Burningham

"Mr. Gumpy's little scow becomes a miniature ark when he takes two children and one each of various domestic animals for a ride .... The water appears so warmly inviting, and the tea they all share so satisfying, that the promise of the first glowing page is fulfilled. Burningham's sketchy yellow lines make the sun shine on his pages, and his animals--sometimes jaunty, more often appealingly hesitant--are his alone, unostentaciously distinctive. Mr. Gumpy has bumbling charm, and his outing is an unqualified pleasure." Kirkus Reviews This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy.

Mr. Hall Takes A Bride

by Marie Ferrarella

Handsome, ruthless attorney Jordan Logan had an amazing track record: he'd never lost a case. So when he agreed to do a favor for his sister and become a substitute lawyer at Advocate Aid, he thought it would be a piece of cake. What Jordan didn't expect was the all-consuming passion he felt for his work-and for the one-ofa-kind office manager, Sarajane Gerrity. As suspicious of him as she was stunning, Sarajane was full of surprises. And the biggest surprise of all was allowing herself to fall for a man like Jordan. But the jury was still out on whether this romance could be for real. -

Mr. Hands

by Gary A. Braunbeck

The Book also includes Braunbeck's International Horror Guild Award-winning novella, Kiss of the Mudman featuring characters from Mr. hands.

Mr. Happy (Mr. Men Book)

by Roger Hargreaves

Mr. Miserable is the saddest person in the land. Will Mr. Happy be able to help him? Other books in the Mr. Men and Little Miss series are available from Bookshare. This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy.

Mr Honey's Beginner Dictionary (English-German)

by Winfried Honig

This is a work in progress dictionary of phrases commonly used. This book contains English and equivalent German phrases. We are releasing two versions of this book, sorted for the English reader and sorted for the German reader.

Mr Honey's Beginner Dictionary (German-English)

by Winfried Honig

This is a work in progress dictionary of phrases commonly used. This book contains English and equivalent German phrases. We are releasing two versions of this book, sorted for the English reader and sorted for the German reader.

Mr Honey's Correspondence Dictionary (German-English)

by Winfried Honig

This is a work in progress dictionary of phrases commonly used. This book contains English and equivalent German phrases. We are releasing two versions of this book, sorted for the English reader and sorted for the German reader.

Mr Honey's First Banking Dictionary (English-German)

by Winfried Honig

This is a work in progress dictionary of phrases commonly used. This book contains English and equivalent German phrases. We are releasing two versions of this book, sorted for the English reader and sorted for the German reader.

Mr Honey's First Touristic Dictionary (German-English)

by Winfried Honig

German-English dictionary for tourists

Mr Honey's Insurance Dictionary (English-German)

by Winfried Honig

English-German insurance dictionary

Mr. Impossible

by Roger Hargreaves

Can you jump over a house? Mr. Impossible can! he can do some other impossible things too! Find out what they are and what happens when he goes to school with William. Contains picture descriptions. Other books by Roger Hargreaves are available from Bookshare. This file should make an excellent embossed braille copy.

Mr. Ives’ Christmas

by Oscar Hijuelos

Mr. Ives is a devoutly religious man and a successful advertising illustrator. With wife Annie, and children Robert and Caroline, Ives' world is perfect. When seventeen-year-old Robert is gunned down by a teenage thug at Christmas, he doubts his belief in God.

Mr. Jefferson and the Giant Moose: Natural History in Early America

by Lee Alan Dugatkin

In the years after the Revolutionary War, the fledgling republic of America was viewed by many Europeans as a degenerate backwater, populated by subspecies weak and feeble. Chief among these naysayers was the French Count and world-renowned naturalist Georges-Louis Leclerc de Buffon, who wrote that the flora and fauna of America (humans included) were inferior to European specimens. Thomas Jefferson--author of the Declaration of Independence, U. S. president, and ardent naturalist--spent years countering the French conception of American degeneracy. His Notes on Virginia systematically and scientifically dismantled Buffon's case through a series of tables and equally compelling writing on the nature of his home state. But the book did little to counter the arrogance of the French and hardly satisfied Jefferson's quest to demonstrate that his young nation was every bit the equal of a well-established Europe. Enter the giant moose. The American moose, which Jefferson claimed was so enormous a European reindeer could walk under it, became the cornerstone of his defense. Convinced that the sight of such a magnificent beast would cause Buffon to revise his claims, Jefferson had the remains of a seven-foot ungulate shipped first class from New Hampshire to Paris. Unfortunately, Buffon died before he could make any revisions to his Histoire Naturelle,but the legend of the moose makes for a fascinating tale about Jefferson's passion to prove that American nature deserved prestige. In Mr. Jefferson and the Giant Moose,Lee Alan Dugatkin vividly recreates the origin and evolution of the debates about natural history in America and, in so doing, returns the prize moose to its rightful place in American history.

Mr. Lincoln Goes to War

by William Marvel

"The Civil War's master historical detective" reveals how Lincoln blundered into war.Stephen Sears has called William Marvel "the Civil War's master historical detective," and in this groundbreaking book Marvel investigates the mystery of how the war began, reconsidering the big question: Was it inevitable? He vividly recreates President Lincoln's first year in office, from his inauguration through the rising crisis of secession and the first several months of the war. Drawing on original sources and examining previously overlooked factors, Marvel leads the reader inexorably to the conclusion that Lincoln not only missed opportunities to avoid war but actually fanned the flames--and often acted unconstitutionally in prosecuting the war once it had begun. The story unfolds with Marvel's keen eye for the telling detail, on the battlefield as well as in the White House.This is revisionist history at its best, as Marvel recreates the true story of our nation's greatest crisis--not sparing anyone, even Abraham Lincoln.

Mr. Lincoln's Drummer

by G. Clifton Wisler

Recounts the courageous exploits of Willie Johnston, an eleven-year-old Civil War drummer, who became the youngest recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor.

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