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Frosty A Raccoon To Remember

by Harriett E. Weaver

An orphaned Raccoon is raised by a forest ranger, and They have many adventures together.

Frozen

by Jay Bonansinga

Inspired by the fascinating true story of the "Otzi" Ice Man found in the Italian Alps, this thriller introduces a troubled FBI profiler who unlocks a terrifying secret when he learns that a recent archaeological discovery is linked to a series of recent unsolved murders.

Frozen

by O'Reilly Morgan Q.

Destiny waits for all... especially a headstrong princess Royal blood can take a princess only so far in life. Sooner or later destiny will sweep her off her feet. If she's lucky, he's tall, blond, fun to push around, and helps her save their ice ball planet from a killer comet. WARNING: This is a sexy hot read that has graphic sex, lots of ice, hot springs and touch of bondage for fun. This is a futuristic, Sci-Fi, with erotic and paranormal elements.

Frozen

by Robin Wasserman

An acclaimed dystopian tirlogy gets new covers, a new format--and new titles.A repackage of the first book Kirkus Reviews called "a convincing and imaginative dystopia."It's two months after the end of Shattered, 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, 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. Then Jude resurfaces, and brings some scandalous information with him. Is BioMax really an ally to the mechs? Or are they using the technology for a great evil...and if so, can Auden really be a part of the plan? Meanwhile, Lia also learns a shocking truth about the accident that resulted in her download...a truth that forces her to make a decision she can never reverse.

Frozen Assets: Cook for a Day, Eat for a Month

by Deborah Taylor-Hough

The best-selling freezer-based cookbook, with more than 22,000 copies sold. This breakthrough cookbook delivers a program for readers to cook a week or month's worth of meals in just one day by using easy and affordable recipes to create a customized meal plan. Deborah Taylor-Hough, who saved $24,000 on her family's total grocery bill during a five-year period, offers up kid-tested and family-approved recipes in Frozen Assets, plus bulk-cooking tips for singles, shopping lists, recipes for two-week and 30-day meal plans, and a ten-day plan to eliminate cooking over the holidays. Cooking for the freezer allows you to plan ahead, purchase items in bulk, cut down on waste, and stop those all-too-frequent trips to the drive-thru. The hands-down authority on once-a-month cooking, Frozen Assets gives you a step-by-step plan to simplify and revolutionize the way you cook. "Finally, a realistic way to combine the cost-effectiveness of cooking from scratch with the convenience of quick and easy meals!" -Mary Hunt, author of The Financially Confident Woman"Belongs in every family's kitchen! One of the best time - and money - savers a busy family can have. " -The Dollar Stretcher"Offers relief to those tired of eating restaurant fare or expensive, over-packaged convenience foods at the end of a hard day. " -Library Journal

Frozen Assets (Gunnhilder Mystery #1)

by Quentin Bates

A body is found floating in the harbor of a rural Icelandic fishing village. Was it an accident, or something more sinister? It's up to Officer Gunnhildur, a sardonic female cop, to find out. Her investigation uncovers a web of corruption connected to Iceland's business and banking communities. Meanwhile, a rookie crime journalist latches onto her, looking for a scoop, and an anonymous blogger is stirring up trouble. The complications increase, as do the stakes, when a second murder is committed. Frozen Assets is a piercing look at the endemic corruption that led to the global financial crisis that bankrupted Iceland's major banks and sent the country into an economic tailspin from which it has yet to recover.

Frozen Assets Lite and Easy: Cook for a Day, Eat for a Month

by Deborah Taylor-Hough

Cook for a day and eat for a month with the help of this one-stop resource. "Frozen Assets Lite and Easy" offers a step-by-step plan for spending less time in the kitchen without sacrificing nutritional value. Included are 20 one-week meal plans cooks can prepare in advance.

The Frozen Face

by Anne Schraff

Laura is the only one who can see the ghost of Todd Smith and discover the truth about his mysterious death.

Frozen Fear (Zac Power #4)

by H. I. Larry

A spy for the Government Investigation Bureau, twelve-year-old Zac is sent to Great Icy Pole to learn why planes are suddenly making frequent flights over a remote research station.

Frozen Fire

by Bill Evans Marianna Jameson

Frozen Fire, an edge-of-the-seat thriller, mixes atmospheric science with cutting-edge technology. Eager to exploit a potentially lucrative energy source, billionaire Dennis Cavendish has begun to tap the crystalline methane under the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. Eco-terrorism kills his science team and releases gigatons of poisonous methane into the water and atmosphere, causing untold deaths. If the release isn't stopped, all life on Earth will soon disappear. Suspected of the sabotage and marooned far from home, Cavendish's beautiful and brainy security chief, Victoria Clark, along with methane expert Dr. Sam Briscoe and the US government, must find a way to seal the break in the ocean floor and nullify the methane that is already poisoning the planet.

Frozen Fire: A Tale of Courage

by James A. Houston

Determined to find his father who has been lost in a storm, a young boy and his Eskimo friend brave wind storms, starvation, wild animals and wild men during their search in the Canadian Arctic. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

Frozen in Time

by Mitchell Zuckoff

The author of the best-selling Lost in Shangri-La recounts the November 1942 crash of a U. S. cargo plane into the Greenland Ice Cap, the loss of the B-17 sent to find it, and the loss of a Grumman Duck amphibious plane that had managed to rescue one B-17 crew member. The remaining crew endured 148 days of Arctic winter before finally being rescued. With a 200,000-copy first printing.

The Frozen Limit

by John Russell Fearn Volsted Gridban

Defying the Medical Council, Dr. Robert Cranston, helped by Dr. Campbell, carries out an unauthorized medical experiment with a 'deep freeze' system of suspended animation. The volunteer is Claire Baxter. But when Claire undergoes deep freeze unconsciousness, they cannot restore her. She is barely alive and Cranston and Campbell find themselves charged with murder...

The Frozen Planet

by A. J. Merak

In the early years of the 21st century, the first starship, Alpha 1, is being built on Pluto. This is the story of the first crew, their training and their adventures. Their challenges begin on Pluto the farthest and harshest planet in the solar system. Their first jump to the stars is the short hop to Proxima Centauri, but it takes them to astonishing new worlds. Their first competition was against time and the Eastern bloc of their own planet. But out in beyond are the overwhelming armadas of the Amrivan.

Frozen Solid: A Novel

by James Tabor

The most dangerous place on Earth A devious and deadly plan to save humanity from itself A lone scientist battling the clock and ruthless enemies to avert global catastrophe The Deep Zone was hailed as "an absolutely phenomenal read by the new Michael Crichton" (Brad Thor), a book that "should come shrink-wrapped with a seat belt" (Steve Berry). Now, bestselling author James M. Tabor ups the ante and the action in his second extreme thriller, as brilliant and battle-tested heroine Hallie Leland confronts intrigue and murder in the most unforgiving place on Earth. The South Pole's Amundsen Scott Research Station is like an outpost on Mars. Winter temperatures average 100 degrees below zero; week-long hurricane-force storms rage; for eight months at a time the station is shrouded in darkness. Under the stress, bodies suffer and minds twist. Panic, paranoia, and hostility prevail. When a South Pole scientist dies mysteriously, CDC microbiologist Hallie Leland arrives to complete crucial research. Before she can begin, three more women inexplicably die. As failing communications and plunging temperatures cut the station off from the outside world, terror rises and tensions soar. Amidst it all, Hallie must crack the mystery of her predecessor's death. In Washington, D.C., government agency director Don Barnard and enigmatic operative Wil Bowman detect troubling signs of shadowy behavior at the South Pole and realize that Hallie is at the heart of it. Unless Barnard and Bowman can track down the mastermind, a horrifying act of global terror, launched from the station, will change the planet forever--and Hallie herself will be the unwitting instrument of destruction. As the Antarctic winter sweeps in, severing contact with the outside world, Hallie must trust no one, fear everyone, and fight to keep the frigid prison from becoming her frozen grave. "A taut page-turner . . . Tabor's not the first genre writer to take advantage of the forbidding conditions at the South Pole, but few have done so to better effect."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)From the Hardcover edition.

Frozen Stiff

by Annalise Ryan

Deputy coroner Mattie Winston knows everyone in the charmingly small town of Sorenson, Wisconsin--except the latest body discovered in a desolate field. If a woman this attractive had moved into town, the news would have surely hit the gossip mill in record time. So who was the murdered femme fatale? Whose knife was left planted in her chest? The mystery deepens when detective Steven Hurley takes one look at the body and turns as white as the newly fallen snow. . .and excuses himself from the case. It'll take all of Mattie's forensic skills to unravel the increasingly bizarre clues and find the killer. . .before she herself becomes just another cold case in a frigid Midwest winter! "Has it all: suspense, laughter, a spicy dash of romance..." --Tess Gerritsen"The funniest deputy coroner to cut up a corpse since, well, ever." --Laura Levine"Mattie Winston is a likable, humorous heroine. . .lighthearted and fun." --Romantic Times

Frozen Summer

by Mary Jane Auch

It's 1816 and Remembrance "Mem" Nye and her family are going through a cold, hard summer in their new home in western New York. There's barely any food since Papa's crops were destroyed by the late season frosts.

Frozen Treats

by Helen Perelman Erica-Jane Waters

Melli the Caramel Fairy is off to help with an ice cream celebration, and she needs a little help from her friends in this sweet Candy Fairies adventure.Melli the Caramel Fairy has been chosen to go to Ice Cream Isles to help with the preparation for the Summer Spectacular, an exciting annual event with a parade--of ice cream floats! Prince Scoop has invited Melli to his family's castle to try her hand at a new caramel dipping sauce for the ice cream. All the other candy fairies are jealous, but Melli is feeling unsure about going by herself. And if she makes new friends, will they get along with her old ones? Find out in this delicious scoop of frozen treats and good friends.

The Frugal Foodie Cookbook

by Alanna Kaufman Alex Small

Grilled Peach & Shrimp Crostini Colorful Risotto-Stuffed Peppers Butternut Squash & Apple Soup Cooking great meals at home doesn't have to cost a fortune. Written by two foodies who refused to let their eat-in kitchen or tiny budget disappoint their taste buds, this creative collection proves you don't have to be wealthy to enjoy fine food! Alanna Kaufman and Alex Small, founders of the popular blog TwoFatAls. com, offer you 200 mouthwatering recipes that will please their palates and their pocketbooks, such as: Pomegranate Fig Bites Balsamic Grilled Artichokes Honey-Thyme Pear & Goat Cheese Sandwiches Seared Tuna with Fennel Apricot Brandy-Baked French Toast, and more! Complete with tips on how to affordably stock and maintain a frugal pantry, as well as price breakdowns for each serving, this cookbook shows how to eat well'without breaking the bank!

Frugal Innovation

by Jaideep Prabhu Navi Radjou

Frugal innovation is a way that companies can create high-quality products with limited resources. Once the preserve of firms in poor markets, Western companies are now seeking ways to appeal to cost-conscious and environmentally-aware consumers at home. With an estimated trillion-dollar global market for frugal products, and with potentially huge cost savings to be gained, frugal innovation is revolutionizing business and reshaping management thinking. This book explains the principles, perspectives and techniques behind frugal innovation, enabling managers to profit from the great changes ahead. The book explains: How to achieve mass customization, using low-cost robotics, inexpensive product design and virtual prototyping software. How consumers and other external partners can help develop products How to implement sustainable practices, such as the production of waste-free products How to change the corporate culture to become more frugal

Fruit from Space

by Carol Pugliano-Martin Claire Louise Milne

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Fruit [Kindergarten]

by Will Mcgovern

NIMAC-sourced textbook

The Fruit of Her Hands: The Story of Shira of Ashkenaz

by Michelle Cameron

Based on the life of the author's thirteenth-century ancestor, Meir ben Baruch of Rothenberg, a renowned Jewish scholar of medieval Europe, this is the richly dramatic fictional story of Rabbi Meir's wife, Shira, a devout but rebellious woman who preserves her religious traditions as she and her family witness the rise of anti-Semitism in Europe. Raised by her widowed rabbi father and a Christian nursemaid in Normandy, Shira is a free-spirited, inquisitive girl whose love of learning shocks the community. When Shira's father is arrested by the local baron intent on enforcing the Catholic Church's strictures against heresy, Shira fights for his release and encounters two men who will influence her life profoundly--an inspiring Catholic priest and Meir ben Baruch, a brilliant scholar. In Meir, Shira finds her soulmate. Married to Meir in Paris, Shira blossoms as a wife and mother, savoring the intellectual and social challenges that come with being the wife of a prominent scholar. After witnessing the burning of every copy of the Talmud in Paris, Shira and her family seek refuge in Germany. Yet even there they experience bloody pogroms and intensifying anti-Semitism. With no safe place for Jews in Europe, they set out for Israel only to see Meir captured and imprisoned by Rudolph I of Hapsburg. As Shira weathers heartbreak and works to find a middle ground between two warring religions, she shows her children and grandchildren how to embrace the joys of life, both secular and religious.Vividly bringing to life a period rarely covered in historical fiction, this multi-generational novel will appeal to readers who enjoy Maggie Anton's Rashi's Daughters, Brenda Rickman Vantrease's The Illuminator, and Geraldine Brooks's People of the Book.

Fruit of the Month

by Abby Frucht

A dozen stories deal with the motivations, feelings, and impulses behind unexpected moments of jealousy, loneliness, and violence.

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