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Don't Speak to Strange Girls

by Harry Whittington

"Tell yourself the cold truth--she's a tramp!" Clay Stuart flinched. "I guess we've been enemies too long to be polite to each other, Kay." Kay's voice was heated. "For years I've been your doormat, secretary, armor, weapon...everything you needed." But Kay knew that was not entirely true. Even that first time they'd gone to bed--and how many women had he had since?--he'd been a blister of hurt and rages, ready to burst, and even then she'd known he needed something more. And now he had it--in Joanne Stark, tease and tramp. And Joanne Stark was destroying him--destroying Clay Stuart, the guy who was known as Big Daddy Sex, sniffing out all the broads for miles around. "If you ever manage to get rid of her," Kay said, "you'll never know how lucky you are." "Yeah," Clay said. "God knows I'm lucky. I stink with luck."

Don't Stop The Carnival

by Herman Wouk

Norman Paperman buys a hotel and starts new career.

Don't Stress! How to Keep Life's Problems Little

by Nancy Krulik

Children will discover simple ways to manage the demands of school, friends, and family in this collection of fifty-six thoughtful mini essays. Each page contains one easy-to-read suggestion to combat stress.

Don't Sweat The Small Stuff...and it's all small stuff

by Richard Carlson

From the back cover: Don't Sweat the Small Stuff...and it's all small stuff is a book that shows you how to keep from letting the little things in life drive you crazy. Dr. Richard Carlson using an insightful language shows ways to calm down in the midst of your incredibly,hurried, stress-filled life.

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff...and it's All Small Stuff: Simple Ways to Keep the Little Things from Taking Over Your Life

by Richard Carlson

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff... and it's all small stuff is a book that shows you how to keep from letting the little things in life drive you crazy. In thoughtful and insightful language, author Richard Carlson reveals ways to calm down in the midst of your incredibly hurried, stress-filled life. You can learn to put things in perspective by making the small daily changes he suggests, including advice such as "Think of your problems as potential teachers"; "Remember that when you die, your 'in' box won't be empty"; and "Do one thing at a time." You should also try to live in the present moment, let others have the glory at times, and lower your tolerance to stress. You can write down your most stubborn positions and see if you can soften them, learn to trust your intuitions, and live each day as if it might be your last. With gentle, supportive suggestions, Dr. Carlson reveals ways to make your actions more peaceful and caring, with the added benefit of making your life more calm and stress-free.

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff at Work: Simple Ways to Minimize Stress and Conflict While Bringing Out the Best in Yourself and Others

by Richard Carlson

The author reveals tips that will transform your outlook at the office, easing stress there, and also leading to a happier life at home.

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff for Teens: Simple Ways to Keep Your Cool in Stressful Times

by Richard Carlson

This is a self-help book for teens that offers tips on how to manage the small problems in a teen's life so they don't turn into larger ones. Each of the 100 tips is explained, including an example in a short, easy to read, chapter.

Don't Take Any Wooden Nickels (The Million Dollar Mysteries, 2)

by Mindy Starns Clark

From award-winning author Mindy Starns Clark comes the fast-paced and inspirational Million Dollar Mystery series. Attorney Callie Webber investigates nonprofit organizations for the J. O. S. H. U. A. Foundation and awards the best of them grants up to a million dollars. In each book of the series, A young widow, Callie finds strength in her faith in God and joy in her relationship with her employer, Tom. In book number two of The Million Dollar Mystery series, Callie is working to provide quality professional clothes to women who can't afford to buy their own. She soon becomes involved with one young woman who is trying to come out of drug rehabilitation--just as she's charged with murder. What appears to be a routine murder investigation in her hometown on the Chesapeake suddenly becomes complicated amid international intrigue, cutting-edge technology, and deadly deception. A string of heart-pounding events lands her disastrously in the hands of the killer, where Callie finds she has less than a moment for a whispered prayer. Will help arrive in time?

Don't Take Your Snake for a Stroll

by Karin Ireland

Karin Ireland's hilarious verse and David Catrow's wacky visuals just might convince you that sometimes it's best to leave your creatures at home.

Don't Talk Back to Your Vampire (Broken Heart, Oklahoma #2)

by Michele Bardsley

From the back cover: Ever since a master vampire became possessed and bit a bunch of parents, the town of Broken Heart, Oklahoma, has catered to those of us who don't rise until sunset even if that means PTA meetings at midnight. As for me, Eva LeRoy, town librarian and single mother to a teenage daughter, I'm pretty much used to being "vampified." You can't beat the great side effects: no crow's-feet or cellulite! But books still make my undead heart beat - and, strangely enough, so does Lorcan the Loner. My mama always told me everyone deserves a second chance. Still, it's one thing to deal with the usual undead hassles: rival vamps, rambunctious kids adjusting to night school, and my daughter's new boyfriend, who's a vampire hunter, for heaven's sake. It's quite another to fall for the vampire who killed you...

Don't Talk to Brian (Sweet Valley Twins #94)

by Jamie Suzanne Francine Pascal

Elizabeth Wakefield and her friends find out that Brian Boyd, the class bully, is being physically abused by his parents.

Don’t Talk to Strangers

by Bethany Campbell

They were strangers in a seductive game of hide-and-seek. One by one, the women were disappearing. Each had been young, vulnerable. . . and each had been spending time on the Internet "chatting" with a mysterious stranger. It was Carrie Blue's job to track down that stranger, to put herself on the Internet in the guise of a lonely young student, and to smoke out a cunningly seductive killer. But soon Carrie is drawn inexorably into a world where truth is indistinguishable from fiction, where fantasy and reality collide. It proves far more difficult than she ever could have imagined to resist the lure of a twisted mind--one that may already have figured out who Carrie is, and marked her as his next kill.

Don't Tell Alfred

by Nancy Mitford

In this delightful comedy, Fanny--the quietly observant narrator of Nancy Mitford's two most famous novels--finally takes center stage.Fanny Wincham--last seen as a young woman in The Pursuit of Love and Love in a Cold Climate--has lived contentedly for years as housewife to an absent-minded Oxford don, Alfred. But her life changes overnight when her beloved Alfred is appointed English Ambassador to Paris. Soon she finds herself mixing with royalty and Rothschilds while battling her hysterical predecessor, Lady Leone, who refuses to leave the premises. When Fanny's tender-hearted secretary begins filling the embassy with rescued animals and her teenage sons run away from Eton and show up with a rock star in tow, things get entirely out of hand. Gleefully sending up the antics of mid-century high society, Don't Tell Alfred is classic Mitford.From the Trade Paperback edition.

Don't Tell Anyone

by Peg Kehret

Twelve-year-old Megan does not realize that feeding a group of feral cats living in a field near her house will involve her as a witness to a traffic accident and in the dangerous plan of an unstable criminal.

Don't Tell A Whopper on Fridays!: The Children's Truth-Control Book

by Nancy R. Thatch David Melton Adolph J. Moser

Suggesting ways that can help children tell the truth instead of lying, Dr. Moser and David Melton make their point with humorous illustrations and informative text. Full color.

Don't Tell Zoey (Making Out, Book 13)

by Katherine Applegate

At last Zoey's sure she loves Lucas, which leaves Aaron free for Claire. But then beautiful Kate moves into Lucas's house. Is Zoey about to discover how it feels to get hurt? She thinks Lucas is in love with her, so why does she see him with Kate every time she turns around? Claire is happy. She's even being nice. She's ready for the most daring fling of her life. What could go wrong on the big night? Nina thinks she'll finally break through Ben's despair at not regaining his sight. Why is their relationship crashing down around them? Aisha is spending Valentine's night being taunted at the library. Jake is staying clean but he gets two Valentines he doesn't want. In fact, one of them is terrifying. This is the worst Valentine's Day for all but the newest of them. Find out what happened to the teenagers of Chathem Island before this unromantic Valentine's Day and what will happen after. Read all of the 28 books in the Making Out Series available From Bookshare, including: #1 Zoey Fools Around, #2 Jake Finds Out, #3 Nina Won't Tell, #4 Ben's In Love, #5 Claire Gets Caught, #6 What Zoey Saw, #7 Lucas Gets Hurt, #8 Aisha Goes Wild, #9 Zoey Plays Games, #10 Nina Shapes Up, #11 Ben Takes A Chance, #12 Claire Can't Lose, #14 Aaron Lets Go, #15 Who Loves Kate?, #16 Lara Gets Even, #17 Two Timing Aisha, #18 Zoey Speaks Out, #19 Kate Finds Love, #20 Never Trust Lara, and #21 Trouble with Aaron.

Don't Tempt Me

by Loretta Chase

Spunky English girl overcomes impossible odds and outsmarts heathen villains. That's the headline when Zoe Lexham returns to England. After twelve years in the exotic east, she's shockingly adept in the sensual arts. She knows everything a young lady shouldn't and nothing she ought to know. She's a walking scandal, with no hope of a future . . . unless someone can civilize her. Lucien de Grey, the Duke of Marchmont, is no knight in shining armor. He's cynical, easily bored, and dangerous to women. He charms, seduces, and leaves them--with parting gifts of expensive jewelry to dry their tears. But good looks, combined with money and rank, makes him welcome everywhere. The most popular bachelor in the Beau Monde can easily save Zoe's risquÉ reputation . . . if the wayward beauty doesn't lead him into temptation, and a passion that could ruin them both.

Don't Tempt Me

by Sylvia Day

SOMETIMES TEMPTATION. . . A hardened mercenary as adept in bed as in battle, Simon Quinn can have any woman he wants, but he prefers those who know the rules of the game. That way it's easier to leave them behind. . . CAN'T BE AVOIDEDBut Lysette Rousseau is one female he can't figure out. Beautiful, sensual, seductive, she should be the perfect match for Simon, yet something about her ties him in knots. Bold and manipulative one time, sweetly innocent the next, she is an enigma bound to bring trouble. . . impossible to resist. Praise for Sylvia Day and her novels"Bared to You obliterates the competition. . . unique and unforgettable. " -- Joyfully Reviewed "The undisputed mistress of tender, erotic romance. " -- Teresa Medeiros"Boldly passionate, scorchingly sexy. " -- Booklist on The Stranger I Married

Don't Think of an Elephant!

by George Lakoff

Don't Think of an Elephant! is the definitive handbook for understanding what happened in the 2004 election and communicating effectively about key issues facing America today. Author George Lakoff has become a key advisor to the Democratic party, helping them develop their message and frame the political debate. In this book Lakoff explains how conservatives think, and how to counter their arguments. He outlines in detail the traditional American values that progressives hold, but are often unable to articulate. Lakoff also breaks down the ways in which conservatives have framed the issues, and provides examples of how progressives can reframe the debate. Lakoff's years of research and work with environmental and political leaders have been distilled into this essential guide, which shows progressives how to think in terms of values instead of programs, and why people vote their values and identities, often against their best interests. "Don't Think of An Elephant!" is the antidote to the last forty years of conservative strategizing and the right wing's stranglehold on political dialogue in the United States. Read it, take action-and help take America back.

Don't Think of an Elephant! Know Your Values and Frame the Debate

by George Lakoff

Author George Lakoff explains how conservatives think, and how to counter their arguments. He outlines in detail the traditional American values that progressives hold, but are often unable to articulate. Lakoff also breaks down the ways conservatives have framed the issues, and provides examples of how progressives can reframe the debate.

Don't Think Twice (T.Witches #5)

by H. B. Gilmour Randi Reisfeld

Cam's best friend, Bree, is unraveling. She knows all Bree's secrets. But before the twins can help Bree, she is taken away to a private place by a mysterious woman whom Alex and Camryn have been searching for. If only they can get to her.

Don't Throw Away Tomorrow

by Robert H. Schuller

Fifty years ago Robert H. Schuller founded a church on the idea that with faith, focus, and follow-through all of our dreams can become realities. A tireless advocate of this positive message, he built the Crystal Cathedral into one of America's most popular and beloved centers of worship. Dedicating his life to both his family and his ministry, Dr. Schuller has gone on to teach millions the power of belief. A gifted and moving storyteller, he now offers the wisdom he's gained over a lifetime of optimism and devotion. In this personal and inspirational book, Schuller shows us how the universal principles that have formed his life and his work can guide ours as well. Starting with the message of "Don't Throw Away Tomorrow!" this landmark book discusses powerful and universal ideals such as starting with optimism, choosing positive values, keeping focused, clearing the channels of communication, and-most important-looking to the Ultimate Authority. For fifty years Americans have been listening to Schuller's thoughtful guidance and have been inspired by his love of humanity and God. Don't Throw Away Tomorrow is a culmination of his wisdom, delivered directly to the reader-a tribute to the power of possibility thinking.

Don't Throw That Away!

by Jeffrey Yeager

"I call it creative repurposing: Finding an alternative use--or ten--for items we all throw away every day. Of course, I come from a long line of creative repurposers. My grandmother used to make Christmas decorations out of the specimen cups from my grandfather's visits to the urologist. And you wonder why I have issues?" --Jeff Yeager, the Ultimate Cheapskate Prompted by the recession, the growing interest in frugality, and his passion for environmental conservation, Jeff Yeager presents Don't Throw That Away!, a practical and entertaining guide devoted entirely to the second element of the old environmentalist's mantra: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. With the humor and zaniness that readers have come to love from America's beloved Ultimate Cheapskate, Don't Throw That Away!, Jeff's first eBook original (talk about saving money on paper!), offers a slew of creative ways to repurpose all sorts of items that will have you saving money and the earth's resources:· Make a "cheapskate soap-on-a-rope" using a pair of worn out pantyhose and those little slivers of soap you normally discard.· Craft the perfect inflatable travel pillow using the plastic bladder from inside an empty container of "box wine" (bonus: making one will help you fall asleep). · Boil citrus rinds in water for 1 minute on the stove or in the microwave for a natural kitchen air freshener.From bottle caps to dryer lint, latex condoms to sour milk, Yeager proves that there's a way to repurpose it. Seasoned with thought-provoking facts about our disposable society and with short profiles of some true geniuses of creative repurposing (like the guy who covered his house with crushed beer cans to save money on aluminum siding), this eBook original will have you thinking twice before you reach for the garbage can and saying, "Whatever you do, Don't Throw That Away!"

Don't Touch!

by Suzy Kline

When all the grownups constantly say, "Don't touch!" Dan finds something he can safely squeeze, smash, and pound, to his heart's content.

Don't Touch That Doorknob!: How germs can zap you and how you can zap back

by Jack Brown

In this eye-opening guide to invisible foes everywhere, a microbiologist and germ-fighting expert gives readers practical advice on how to lessen their risk of infection.

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