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Happy Hour at Home

by Barbara Scott-Goodman

Impress your guests with a delectable spread of pre-dinner treats, or simply transform a weeknight into a happy hour that rivals that of the swankiest bar. Bringing the party home with better-than-bar-quality drinks and snacks just got easier--even the amateur mixologist will be shaking and stirring in no time. Ditch those fussy drink recipes in favor of sure-to-please classics like the Manhattans and mojitos; kick a case of the Mondays to the curb with a refreshing after-work watermelon Cosmo; or start your weekend sipping a brunch-worthy Kimchi Bloody Mary. Happy Hour at Home also includes 90 recipes for a host of delicious treats ranging from Spanish tapas, American bar classics like sliders and oven-baked fries, to French and Italianinspired flatbreads and olives that pair perfectly with cocktails for the ultimate delicious and economical at-home treat!

Happy Hour In Hell

by Tad Williams

Bobby Dollar has a problem or four of epic proportions. Problem one: his best friend Sam has given him an angel's feather that also happens to be evidence of an unholy pact between Bobby's employers and those who dwell in the infernal depths. Problem two: Eligor, Grand Duke of Hell, wants to get his claws on the feather at all costs, but particularly at all cost to Bobby . Problem three: Bobby has fallen in love with Casimira, Countess of Cold Hands, who just happens to be Eligor's girlfriend. Problem four: Eligor, aware of Problem three, has whisked Casimira off to the Bottomless Pit itself, telling Bobby he will never see her again unless he hands over the feather. But Bobby, long-time veteran of the endless war between above and below, is not the type of guy who finds Hell intimidating. All he has to do is toss on a demon's body, sneak through the infernal gates, solve the mystery of the angel's feather, and rescue the girl. Saving the day should just be a matter of an eon or two of anguish, mutilation and horror. If only it were that easy.

Happy Hour of the Damned

by Mark Henry

The Thing No One Tells You About Dying Is Just How Much Fun It Can Be. Alive, ad exec Amanda Feral worked hard to wring enjoyment out of her days. Now that she's a zombie, it's a different story. Turns out, Seattle is home to glamorous undead of every description, and Amanda--stylish and impeccably groomed even in the afterlife--is swigging cocktails and living large (so to speak) among its elite. But there are downsides. Not being able to stomach anything except alcohol and human flesh, for instance. And the fact that someone is targeting Seattle's otherworldly inhabitants for their own sinister reasons.Preying on the undead is seriously uncool. The only option is for Amanda and her zombie BFF Wendy and gorgeous gay vampire pal Gil to unearth the culprit among the legions of Seattle's bloodsuckers, shapeshifters, reapers, succubi, and demons--before they all meet a fate a lot worse than death. . ."Worth a read;priceless, really. Road Trip of the Living Dead can't come soon enough."--Urban Fantasy Land

The Happy Introvert

by Elizabeth Wagele

BE YOURSELFBE INTROVERTEDBE HAPPYAll your life you've heard the myths . . . Introverts are depressed and lonely. Introverts wish they were more outgoing. Introverts lack self-confidence.These stereotypes about introverts have been propagated by the people who do all the loud talking-the extroverts. To counter these (and many more) common misconceptions, author Elizabeth Wagele, a self-proclaimed introvert, offers a book that delivers the truth: The Happy Introvert.This compassionate guide explores the rich inner world you as an introvert enjoy. The insightful advice-presented in a fun format of provocative quizzes wacky cartoons and inspiring quotes-will help you better appreciate your uniqueness.With The Happy Introvert, you'll learn to navigate the extroverted world without compromising your creative, independent self.

Happy Is the New Healthy

by Dave Romanelli

Our lives have become so busy that we are living in a constant state of go, go, go. What did you do last Thursday? What about two weeks ago Monday? Our days are so consumed with emails, telephone calls, errands, status updates, texts, and tweets that entire days go by without one single moment of joy. And we wonder why we are stressed out, anxiety-ridden, tired, walking zombies.Lifestyle and wellness guru Yeah Dave offers a fresh take on what it means to be well and reminds the reader that happiness leads to health, not health to happiness. This book shares simple, immediate ways to feel celebrate life and feel better. This isn't about green juices and crazy diet regimens.To get you started, Dave asks the reader to take one minute out of our day--1:11pm for example--to stop and RELAX. Dave's mantra: The one who celebrates the small victories and simple pleasures wins the game of life over and over again!

Happy Jack and the Princess

by Aurelius Battaglia

The king offered a challenge to find someone who could make his daughter, the princess, laugh. Happy Jack accomplished this and was married to the princess.

The Happy Kid Handbook

by Katie Hurley

With all the parenting information out there and the constant pressure to be the "perfect" parent, it seems as if many parents have lost track of one very important piece of the parenting puzzle: raising happy kids. Parenting today has gotten far too complicated. It's never been the easiest job in the world, but with all the "parenting advice" parents are met with at every corner, it's hard not to become bewildered. It seems that in the past it was a good deal simpler. You made sure there was dinner on the table and the kids got to school on time and no one set anything on fire, and you called it a success. But today everybody has a different method for dealing with the madness--attachment parenting, free-range parenting, mindful parenting. And who is to say one is more right or better than another? How do you choose? The truth is that whatever drumbeat you march to, all parents would agree that we just want our kids to be happy. It seems like a no-brainer, right? But in the face of all the many parenting theories out there, happiness feels like it has become incidental. That's where The Happy Kid Handbook by child and adolescent psychotherapist and parenting expert Katie Hurley comes in. She shows parents how happiness is the key to raising confident, capable children. It's not about giving in every time your child wants something so they won't feel bad when you say no, or making sure that they're taking that art class, and the ballet class, and the soccer class (to help with their creativity and their coordination and all that excess energy). Happiness is about parenting the individual, because not every child is the same, and not every child will respond to parenting the same way. By exploring the differences among introverts, extroverts, and everything in between, this definitive guide to parenting offers parents the specific strategies they need to meet their child exactly where he or she needs to be met from a social-emotional perspective. A back-to-basics guide to parenting, The Happy Kid Handbook is a must-have for any parent hoping to be the best parent they can be.From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Happy Lion

by Roger Duvoisin Louise Fatio

The lion at the little French zoo is a favorite of all the townspeople. Every day they stop by to feed him tidbits and say, "Bonjour, Happy Lion." Naturally, when the lion finds his door open, he decides it would only be proper to visit all his friendly neighbors in return. But, wait--sacré bleu! Why is everyone fleeing in terror?"Louise Fatio's timeless tale about friendship still sparkles and Roger Duvoisin's elegant illustrations are as engaging as ever in this 50th Anniversary edition." --School Library Journal

Happy Little Family

by Rebecca Caudill

It is a good thing that mothers understand what no one else seems to when you are the youngest child in the family, and are finally four years old. Bonnie is more than ready to join her older sisters and brother in the many adventures she sees come their way, whether it be sliding along the ice, searching for arrowheads, or going on that journey of all journeys-across the swinging bridge to SCHOOL. Winter or summer, something is always happening in the Fairchild house, tucked amidst the pine trees of the Kentucky hills one hundred years ago or more. And, four years old or not, Bonnie usually manages to be in the middle of the action!

Happy Mama

by Amy Taylor-Kabbaz

Yes, you can put yourself first sometimes. No, it won't make you a bad mum. Definitely, a happy mama makes for a happy family. Are you struggling to figure out who you are now that you're a mum? Do you sometimes feel like you're coming last in your own life? Do those calm, cellulite-free celebrity mothers make you want to turn toddler and start screaming in the supermarket aisle? It's okay, you're not alone. Journalist and life coach Amy Taylor-Kabbaz was one of those women who put themselves last, until she discovered that putting herself first was better not only for her, but for her kids too. Happy Mama is the collected wisdom from Amy's makeover from strung-out parent to happy, self-loving mum. Including interviews with working mums, psychologists, counsellors and spiritual leaders, it is full of practical and empowering advice that will help you change the way you feel about motherhood so the whole family can flourish.

The Happy Marriage

by Tahar Ben Jelloun

"Ben Jelloun is arguably Morocco's greatest living author, whose impressive body of work combines intellect and imagination in magical fusion." --The Guardian In The Happy Marriage, the internationally acclaimed Moroccan author Tahar Ben Jelloun tells the story of one couple--first from the husband's point of view, then from the wife's--just as legal reforms are about to change women's rights forever. The husband, a painter in Casablanca, has been paralyzed by a stroke at the very height of his career and becomes convinced that his marriage is the sole reason for his decline. Walled up within his illness and desperate to break free of a deeply destructive relationship, he finds escape in writing a secret book about his hellish marriage. When his wife finds it, she responds point by point with her own version of the facts, offering her own striking and incisive reinterpretation of their story. Who is right and who is wrong? A thorny issue in a society where marriage remains a sacrosanct institution, but where there's also a growing awareness of women's rights. And in their absorbing struggle, both sides of this modern marriage find out they may not be so enlightened after all.From the Hardcover edition.

Happy Maths 1: Numbers

by Mala Kumar Angie Upesh

Sankhya and Ganith discover the magic of numbers.

Happy Maths 3: Measurements

by Mala Kumar Angie Upesh

Sankhya and Ganith have fun measuring a lot of things.

Happy Maths 4: Time and Money

by Mala Kumar Angie Upesh

Sankhya and Ganith spend some time learning about money.

Happy Me, Happy You

by Serge Kahili King

This exuberant guide is special among the many books on relationships because of Serge King's seasoned perspective as a master Huna shaman and alternative healer. "The problem between two people is never a 'relationship' that isn't working," he says. "It is always that one or both of them don't know how to relate in a better way. The real problem is behavioral, and it's easier to change behavior than to change an abstraction called a 'relationship.'" King teaches the best methods for creating healthier relationships of all kinds--with family members, friends, lovers and spouses, and the rest of the world as well as with our own body, mind, and spirit. In a warm, conversational style, he shows us how to shift our behavior using holistic techniques based on his shamanistic understanding of consciousness. He also gives the antidotes for specific relationship problems caused by such feelings as fear, anger, and alienation. "Many people spend their entire lives seeking to know the rules of the universe," he says, "so I've decided to save them a lot of time by giving them out now, for free. The better we understand these rules the easier it will be for us to grow, to heal, and to have a good time."

The Happy Medium: Life Lessons from the Other Side

by Kim Russo

The world-famous medium and star of Lifetime Movie Network's #1 rated show The Haunting Of . . . tells her story, shares some astonishing, never-before-revealed details of her celebrity readings, and teaches you how to harness your own energy and access the world beyond our own.When she was nine years old, Kim Russo discovered she had an amazing gift--she could communicate with the dead. Deeply skeptical, she denied her talent for years. But as she gradually reconciled her ability with her religious beliefs, Kim embraced who she is--and ultimately accepted her soul's mission as a voice for the spirit world.Known as the "Happy Medium" for her authenticity, warmth, and her honest, positive readings, Kim has helped people from all walks of life to connect with those who have passed on. Now, this world-renowned medium demystifies the world of the dead for everyone. The key to understanding, she contends, is energy, which cannot be destroyed.The Happy Medium interweaves experiences from Kim's life with some of the best, most astounding behind-the-scenes stories of her celebrity readings from episodes of her Lifetime show, The Haunting Of . . . . In addition, she gives you the tools to access the energy that is all around us, including the experiments and lessons she uses in many of her sold-out appearances and courses around the world.Following her mantra, "Let them lead you," Kim shows you how to let the world of the dead guide you to greater understanding of life's biggest questions.

A Happy Meeting

by Betty Neels

All alone in the world, Cressida had little choice but to accept Aldrik van der Linus's help. He certainly seemed happy to fix her up with a job, and even to assist with her other day-to-day predicaments. Yet she couldn't help but wonder what he would do if she presented him with the most serious problem of all: unrequited love!

Happy Money

by Michael Norton Elizabeth Dunn

If you think money can't buy happiness, you're not spending it right. Two rising stars in behavioral science explain how money can buy happiness--if you follow five core principles of smarter spending. Happy Money offers a tour of new research on the science of spending. Most people recognize that they need professional advice on how to earn, save, and invest their money. When it comes to spending that money, most people just follow their intuitions. But scientific research shows that those intuitions are often wrong. Happy Money explains why you can get more happiness for your money by following five principles, from choosing experiences over stuff to spending money on others. And the five principles can be used not only by individuals, but by companies seeking to create happier employees and provide "happier products" to their customers. Dunn and Norton show how companies from Google to Pepsi to Charmin have put these ideas into action. Along the way, the authors describe new research that reveals luxury cars often provide no more pleasure than economy models, that commercials can enhance the enjoyment of watching television, and that residents of many cities frequently miss out on inexpensive pleasures in their hometowns. By the end of this book, readers will ask themselves one simple question whenever they reach for their wallets: Am I getting the biggest happiness bang for my buck?

Happy Money

by Michael Norton Elizabeth Dunn

After a fairly low threshold, income and material wealth have no measurable effect on happiness. But how we spend our money does. In this groundbreaking book, Dr Elizabeth Dunn and Dr Michael Norton explain the secret to "happiness-efficient" spending. Using their own cutting-edge research, they reveal: - Why it's better to buy concert tickets instead of a new iPhone - Adverts actually make television more enjoyable - Why you should book your next holiday many months in advance - How "time affluence" is more important than a fat pay cheque - Why charitable giving is the best investment you can make A rare combination of informed science writing, wit, and practical pointers for a flourishing life, Happy Money will help you to be more fulfilled for less.

Happy Mother's Day

by Steven Kroll

Mother's Day is extra special when Lenny, Linda, Laurie, Louise, Larry, baby Lester, and Dad pitch in to surprise Mom. They're all hiding in the house, and as Mom goes from room to room, each jumps out with kind deeds and gifts. At the end of her journey, the family celebrates around the table together.

Happy Mother's Day! (Sesame Street)

by Deborah Hautzig

Illus. in full color. Grover feels like a failure because he can't think of the perfect present to give his mother on Mother's Day. What he doesn't realize is that he's already given her the best present: himself!

Happy Never After

by Kathy Hogan Trocheck

Since retiring from the Atlanta Police Department, Callahan Garrity is really cleaning up with her House Mouse housecleaning company -- especially since she added"crime investigation" to the list of services offered. Callahan agrees to locate the missing member of the popular '60s girl group, the VelvetTeens, and she doesn't have to search long. Deloras Carter, the a.w.o.l. singer, is found passed out drunk by a swimming pool near the dead body of the trio's former producer. The smoking gun in Deloras's hand suggests that the VelvetTeens won't be reuniting for a comeback tour anytime in the near future ... unless Callahan and her "Mice" can spotlight -- and survive -- a different killer act.

Happy New Year, Baby Fortune!

by Leanne Banks

Lullabies...and cowboys? USA TODAY bestselling author Leanne Banks kicks off the new Fortunes of Texas continuity with a story of a single mom and the sexy rancher who sweeps her off her feet! As she rings in the new year in Horseback Hollow, Texas, single mom Stacey Fortune Jones tries to count her blessings. She has an adorable baby girl, Piper; supportive parents; good friends. Best of them all is Colton Foster, her longtime neighbor from the ranch next door. He always seems to be around when she needs him. Trouble is, she may be starting to need him a bit too much.... She's off-limits, Colton keeps telling himself. The tall, muscular rancher turns to mush every time he sees Stacey. But falling for his little sister's best friend seems wrong on so many levels. She's on the rebound. She's got a baby. She's...complicated. What's a big-hearted cowboy to do?

Happy New Year, Julie (American Girls Collection Julie Book 3)

by Megan Mcdonald

Julie knows the holidays will be difficult this year, but when her sister, Tracy, refuses to go to Dad's house for Christmas, Julie feels as if her family is falling apart. Over the holidays Julie finds comfort spending time with her best friend, Ivy Ling. The Lings are getting ready for Chinese New Year, and helping with their preparations distracts Julie from her sadness about her own family. Then she learns that her whole family is invited to the Lings's New Year banquet. Julie tries to share Ivy's excitement, but her heart sinks-with Mom, Dad, and Tracy there, how will they all get along?

Happy Now

by Charlie Higson

I do not believe that a man can be truly happy unless he fully understands what he is and can act accordingly ... how can it be wrong to be happy?' These lines are taken from Will's diary, a seemingly innocuous exercise book which details his house-breaking activities. Will carefully selects houses - forty-seven so far - ensuring their owners will be in. As they cook their supper or watch television, Will (wearing surgical gloves and leaving no trace behind) enters not only their houses, but their secret lives. A secret museum, housed in his loft, is 'held together by sex'. All his trophies are carefully catalogued and he keeps a very precise diary of his activities and his thoughts.All his life Tom Kendall had lived as quietly and normally as possible ... but he gave people the creeps ... 'kids didn't like him, or the cat'. When Tom discovers Will's diary he decides to adopt the same quest for happiness. Tom has problems of his own - a difficult temper, problems with his girlfriend, Maddie, and an overwhelming sense of powerlessness. Perhaps Will's diary holds the key?

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