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Too Young to Fight: Memories from Our Youth during World War II

by Priscilla Galloway

World War II began in September, 1939. Now, sixty years later, the publication of Too Young to Fight honors the memories of those times.

Tools of the Trade: A Therapist's Guide to Art Therapy Assessments (Second Edition)

by Stephanie L. Brooke

This new edition with its revised title provides critical reviews of art therapy tests along with some new reviews of assessments and updated research in the field. It is comprehensive in its approach to considering reliability and validity evidence provided by test authors. Additionally, it reviews research on art therapy assessments with a variety of patient populations. The book contains helpful suggestions regarding the application of art therapy assessments. Specific areas covered include individual, group, family, and multicultural assessment techniques. The desirable and undesirable features of a variety of art therapy assessments are deliberated. This book will be a valuable resource for practitioners who use art therapy as an adjunct or primary therapy, and it will serve to enhance clinical skills, making therapy more effective for each patient who participates in the assessment process. The book critiques a series of art therapy assessments-from traditional art therapy approaches to current releases. The goal of this work is to assist mental health professionals in selecting assessments that yield reliable and valid clinical information regarding their clients. Of special interest is the author's approach to writing the results of a series of art therapy assessments in an effort to provide a more complete indication of client dynamics and issues. It will be a valuable resource for practitioners who use art therapy as an adjunct or primary therapy, and it will serve to enhance clinical skills, making therapy more effective for each patient who participates in the assessment process.

Tooth And Claw

by Doranna Durgin

Ntignano was a populated world with a perfect sun -- until the right technology fell into the wrong hands. Now the sun is failing quickly, and theStarship Enterprise has just one chance to evacuate the ?eeing refugees. Captain Jean-Luc Picard must succeed in delicate negotiations with the only people who can help them: a prickly neighboring species known as the Tsorans. To assist in that effort, Commander Will Riker was assigned a very different diplomatic task. As a polite formality and show of good faith, he accompanied a young Tsoran prince to an exclusive hunting preserve. There, technology-damping ?elds and some of the galaxy's deadliest predators were supposed to test the untried noble's ability in thekaphoora-- the hunt. But the shuttlecraft didn't land on Fandre; it crashed. Now, cut off from Tsora and theEnterprise,the survivors of the disaster face the ultimate struggle for survival. Without the aid of tricorders or phasers, Riker, his royal charge, and their would-be rescuers must ?ght for their lives with the only weapons they can muster -- spears andbat'leth,tooth and claw.

Tooth & Nail (Benny Imura Short Story)

by Jonathan Maberry

What happened to Benny Imura and his friends after they reached Sanctuary--and discovered that it was far from the miracle they had thought it would be? Jonathan Maberry shares a glimpse into a formative moment in an exclusive e-short story that also features Joe Ledger (Patient Zero, Extinction Machine) and Iron Mike Sweeney (The Pine Deep Trilogy).

The Tooth of Time

by Sue Henry

"Maxie's cherished independence and her willingness to seek out new experiences alone and single should resonate with fans of cozy and atmospheric mysteries. " - Library Journal. Zigzagging the country in her "Minnie Winnie" (Winnebago) means endless adventures - and sixty-something Maxie McNab is always up for something new. This time, Maxie and her canine companion Stretch head to New Mexico where she plans to learn to weave. But everything goes haywire for the sleepy town when a local woman attempts suicide. A casualty of her husband's mid-life crisis, she was replaced by a newer, sexier model. And to top it off, a sleazy con man has set his sights on the naïve "ex. " Maxie may be on vacation, but she's determined to help the poor woman. With a nose for trouble, Maxie will leave no mesa unturned to make sure the troublemakers are dealt the hand they deserve. Fans of Nevada Barr will love Sue Henry, the Anthony and Macavity Award-winning author of The Serpents Trail, also available from Center Point.

Toothpick House

by Lee Lynch

Irrepressible Annie Heaphy, a cab driver from the bars, meets Victoria Locke, a feminist Yale student, and the love story of the era--and for the ages--ensues.

Toots Underground

by Carol Hughes

Toots is having the worst spring vacation ever. She should be spending every minute playing with her best friend Jemma, but they're having a fight. And there's something wrong with Toots's garden-it's April, but none of the flowers have come up, and the branches of the chestnut tree are still bare. Toots sometimes hears mocking laughter in the wind. If only she could talk to Jemma about it. . . .In this magical sequel to Toots and the Upside-Down House, author Carol Hughes explores the meaning of true friendship and the healing power of forgiveness.From the Hardcover edition.

The Top 10 Distinctions Between Millionaires and the Middle Class

by Keith Cameron Smith

Revealing the knowledge of some of the most successful people on the planet, this title leads readers to the path to becoming both rich and happy. It explains how to develop perseverance and overcome obstacles, embrace change and profit from it, take calculated risks and avoid regrets, and more.

The Top 100 Zone Foods

by Barry Sears

Dr Barry Sears takes you on a tour of the top 100 Zone foods, offering capsule summaries of their nutritional benefits, along with delicious recipes and Zone Food Block information for each food item. Being in the Zone has just been made easier now that The Top 100 Zone Foods is available as a convenient mass market paperback. Dr Barry Sears selects the top 100 Zone foods and shows you how to mix and match them to form perfectly balanced Zone Meals. For each food item there is a brief description of its health and nutritional bragging points followed by one or two easy-to-prepare Zone-approved recipes and the appropriate Zone Block information for foolproof Zone cooking. After explaining how to enter and stay in the Zone, Dr Sears shows why not all foods are created equal - at least from a nutritional and hormonal point of view. Organising the Top 100 into protein, carbohydrates and fats, he shows you how to combine your favourite foods to form hundreds of appropriately balanced and deliciously prepared meals such as Prawn Scampi with Vegetables, Mediterranean-Style Chicken, Spinach Feta Pie, Lemon Meringue, and Strawberry Mousse.

Top 40 Democracy

by Eric Weisbard

If you drive into any American city with the car stereo blasting, you'll undoubtedly find radio stations representing R&B/hip-hop, country, Top 40, adult contemporary, rock, and Latin, each playing hit after hit within that musical format. American music has created an array of rival mainstreams, complete with charts in multiple categories. Love it or hate it, the world that radio made has steered popular music and provided the soundtrack of American life for more than half a century. In "Top 40 Democracy," Eric Weisbard studies the evolution of this multicentered pop landscape, along the way telling the stories of the Isley Brothers, Dolly Parton, A&M Records, and Elton John, among others. He sheds new light on the upheavals in the music industry over the past fifteen years and their implications for the audiences the industry has shaped. Weisbard focuses in particular on formats--constructed mainstreams designed to appeal to distinct populations--showing how taste became intertwined with class, race, gender, and region. While many historians and music critics have criticized the segmentation of pop radio, Weisbard finds that the creation of multiple formats allowed different subgroups to attain a kind of separate majority status--for example, even in its most mainstream form, the R&B of the Isley Brothers helped to create a sphere where black identity was nourished. Music formats became the one reliable place where different groups of Americans could listen to modern life unfold from their distinct perspectives. The centers of pop, it turns out, were as complicated, diverse, and surprising as the cultural margins. Weisbard's stimulating book is a tour de force, shaking up our ideas about the mainstream music industry in order to tease out the cultural importance of "all "performers and songs.

Top Dog! (Puppy Patrol #38)

by Jenny Dale

Neil and Emily are in New York! The Big Apple is abuzz with news of a lost dog-the famous mascot of the Mets baseball team has disappeared. Neil and Emily are in the city to visit their old friends the Hammonds and their dog Delilah, but the story has them hooked. Can they find the missing mutt?

Top Gun Guardian

by Carol Ericson

Buzz Richardson survived as a navy pilot and a covert operative by following one rule: handle the unexpected. Partnering up with Raven Pierce, his ex-fiancée, who's still his sexiest fantasy come true, might be against all the rules. Buzz had already learned the hard way that a family...a husband...had no place in Raven's well-thought-out future. But even with an unknown assassin threatening to take down Raven and the little girl she'd risked her life to hide, Buzz saw a side of the UN translator he'd never thought possible. Keeping this new Raven safe only resurrected the desire between them...and letting her go this time was the one thing he wasn't willing to handle.

The Top Gun's Return

by Kathleen Creighton

Eight years ago, Jessie Bauer's life had changed forever. Now it was about to change back. For the man she had loved with all her heart and soul-the one she had finally learned to live without-was coming home to her at last. Alive and in one piece-or was he?Military pilot Tristan Bauer had spent eight years in a living hell, not sure if he was dead or alive, with only the memory of his beautiful Jessie to keep him going. Now she was in front of him, his for the taking. If only he could. Because in every way that mattered, Tristan knew the husband he'd been had died that day. And left his ghost in his place...

Top of the Feud Chain (Alphas #4)

by Lisi Harrison

Alpha Academy: Where betas get booted.Eccentric billionaire Shira Brazille founded the super-exclusive Alpha Academy on exotic Alpha Island to nurture the next generation of exceptional dancers, writes, musicians, and inventors. It' s a dream come true for one hundred lucky girls, but those not measuring up can be sent home at any time, for any reason. The one left standing will win worldwide fame. Who will it be?Skye HamiltonIs stepping up her game as Shira sheds Alpha Academy girls faster than skin from a will-pumiced foot. There's just one thing standing in her way: island bad boy Taz Brazille. Can Skye keep a dancer's poise, or will Taz throw her off the music once and for all?Allie A. AbbottFinally knows who she really is, and nothing is going to bring her down. Not even AJ, who just can't let go of the past. But she can Bring. It. On. Allie's come too far to be sent home without a fight.Charlie DeeryAfter bouncing like a dashboard hula doll between Allie and Darwin, Charlie finally has her BFF and Brazille beau by her side. But as the competition on Alpha Island reaches its boiling point, will her drive to win make her lose what matters most?If at first you don't succeed, you're not an alpha.

Top of the Heap

by Erle Stanley Gardner

SHE PLAYED THE ODDS - AND LOST!When the beautiful girlfriend of a notorious gangster vanishes, the last man to be seen with her needs an alibi - and fast. Enter Donald Lam of the Cool & Lam detective agency. Donald tracks down the two women with whom his client claims to have spent the night and the client declares the case closed.But it's not. Something about his client's story doesn't add up, and Donald can't resist the temptation to keep digging. Before he knows it, he's dug up connections to a mining scam, an illegal casino, and a double homicide - plus an opportunity for an enterprising private eye to make a small fortune, if he can just stay alive long enough to cash in on it!

Top Secret Restaurant Recipes 2

by Todd Wilbur

The kitchen clone recipe king is back with a new Top Secret Restaurant Recipes collection-the first since his 1997 bestselling Top Secret Restaurant Recipes, which has sold over one million copies. Wilbur takes readers behind the scenes of big-name restaurants like Olive Garden, Applebee's, and Outback Steakhouse, revealing the key ingredients and tricks of the trade they use to keep diners coming back for more. The book will feature 150 recipes, including: Red Lobster® Cheddar Bay Biscuits Cheesecake Factory® White Chocolate RaspberryTruffle® Cheesecake Romano's Macaroni Grill® Penne Rustica® California Pizza Kitchen® Thai Crunch Salad Original Pancake House® Apple Pancake Chili's® Southwestern Eggrolls Houston's® Chicago-Style Spinach Dip Tony Roma's® Baked Potato Soup Forget takeout-with these fun recipes and blueprints, all using ingredients you can buy at your local supermarket, you can re-create your favorite restaurant signature dishes right in your own kitchen. .

Top Tips for Girls

by Kate Reardon

'Top Tip from this girl. . . This book is FANTASTIC!' Donatella Versace 'A winning combination of your grandmother's style wisdom and style secrets. It's invaluable' Jo Malone If you've ever wondered how to get more juice out of a lemon, how to tame a rogue eyebrow or how to throw the best parties, this beautiful, indispensable book has all those answers and many many more including: How to write a thank you letter How to stop yourself calling your ex and How to get rid of slugs on the lawn . . . Top Tips for Girls: Real advice from real women for real life.

Tops & Bottoms

by Janet Stevens

Hare solves his family's problems by tricking rich and lazy Bear in this funny, energetic version of an old slave story. With roots in American slave tales,Tops & Bottoms celebrates the trickster tradition of using one's wits to overcome hardship. [This text is listed as an example that meets Common Core Standards in English language arts in grades 2-3 at http://www.corestandards.org.]<P><P> Winner of the Caldecott Honor

Torch

by John Lutz

When a client dies in an apparent suicide, Florida detective Frank Carver suspects murderDonna Winship is an ordinary woman with a typical problem. No longer in love with her husband, she has taken to spending evenings and long afternoons with a new man. Fearful that her husband will learn the truth and be overwhelmed with jealousy, she contacts Fred Carver, an ex-cop turned PI, and asks him to tail her. Minutes after he agrees, Donna drives her car into a speeding tractor trailer. Dead on impact. The local police are happy to call it a suicide, but Carver is determined to serve his client, even in death. More bloodshed follows, as Donna's husband kills himself and her lover disappears without a trace. No love triangle is simple, but this one could cost Fred Carver his life. This ebook features an illustrated biography of John Lutz including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author's personal collection.

Tories: Fighting for the King in America's First Civil War

by Thomas B. Allen

A Sweeping, Dramatic History of the Americans Who Chose to Side with the British in the Revolution. The American Revolution was not simply a battle between independence-minded colonists and the oppressive British. As Thomas B. Allen reminds us, it was also a savage and often deeply personal civil war, in which conflicting visions of America pitted neighbor against neighbor and Patriot against Tory on the battlefield, the village green, and even in church. In this outstanding and vital history, Allen tells the complete story of these other Americans, tracing their lives and experiences throughout the revolutionary period. New York City and Philadelphia were Tory strongholds through much of the war, and at times in the Carolinas and Georgia there were more trained and armed Tories than Redcoats. The Revolution also produced one of the greatest-and least known-migrations in Western history. More than 80,000 Tories left America, most of them relocating to Canada. John Adams once said that he feared there would never be a good history of the American Revolution because so many documents had left the country with the Tories. Based on documents in archives from Nova Scotia to London, Tories adds a fresh perspective to our knowledge of the Revolution and sheds an important new light on the little-known figures whose lives were forever changed when they remained faithful to their mother country.

The Tormentor

by Bill Pronzini

For Dix Mallory, the reign of terror begins with a series of anonymous phone calls, shortly after his wife is killed in a freak accident. Or did it start before that? Was her death in fact cold-blooded murder? And could the killer be one of their friends? Shock follows shock as the tormentor escalates his campaign of fear in both subtle and dramatic ways. But it's not until a sudden act of violence, as brutal as it is unexpected, that Dix realizes just how monstrous and far-reaching his scheme really is. What follows is a nightmare of terror, suspicion, paranoia ... and death.

Torn

by David Massey

Witnesses to a mystery on the battlefield, a British medic and an American Navy SEAL confront Afghanistan's fog of war. In war-torn Afghanistan, a girl walks right into a hail of bullets: Elinor watches it with her own eyes. The young British army medic risks the line of fire to rescue her, only to realize the girl is gone. To find the missing, mysterious child, Elinor enlists the help of an American Navy SEAL. But in all the confusion, with coalition troops fighting every day to maintain a fragile peace, does Ben have something to hide? Elinor came to Afghanistan with the hope of changing hearts and minds: What she's about to discover will make her question everything she ever believed about love and war. A war thriller. A cross-cultural love story with an undercurrent of magic realism. A powerful debut set in modern-day, battle-scarred Afghanistan. This is TORN.

Torn

by Robin Wasserman

It's two months after the end of Crashed, and Lia is right back where she started: home, pretending to be the perfect daughter. But nothing's the way it used to be. Lia has become the public face of the mechs and BioMax's poster girl for the up-and-coming technology, devoting her life to convincing the world that she--and the others like her--deserve to exist. But then Jude resurfaces, bringing scandalous information that suggests BioMax is using the technology for a great evil. And when Lia learns a shocking truth about the accident that resulted in her download, she is forced to make a decision she can never reverse.

Torn Apart: United by Love, Divided by Law

by Elizabeth Gilbert Judy Rickard

The horrors that thousands of lesbian and gay couples face are detailed in this moving political and personal story of immigration and love. As Judy and Karin's legal battles reveal, when only one half of a gay couple is an American citizen, immigration struggles are confounded by the fact that the partners cannot legally marry in most parts of the United States. With resources that outline which organizations can help and what the challenges and the realities of this situation are, this reference reaches out to couples, their friends and family, and anyone interested in assisting by offering advice and camaraderie on this subset of the gay marriage issue. Royalties from the book, which is published in association with Immigration Equality and Out4Immigration, go to groups working to overcome immigration denial for gay couples.

Torn Loyalties

by Vicki Hinze

Madison McKay doesn't trust anyone. The former military woman and owner of Lost, Inc., learned about betrayal the hard way, in work and in love. That's why she'd never let herself fall for ex-military special investigator Grant Deaver. Yet when Madison is framed for a security breach at a top secret military facility, she's forced to put her life in Grant's hands. But after she discovers that he's been deceiving her, everything will be torn apart unless Grant can convince her to trust him with her life...and her heart.

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