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Bats (Nature's Children)

by Amy-Jane Beer

Describes the physical features, habits and natural environment of all kinds of bats, the only mammal that can fly.

Bats (Nature's Friends)

by Ann Heinrichs

Describes different types of bats and their physical characteristics, methods of motion, feeding habits, and life cycles. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Bats of the Republic

by Zachary Thomas Dodson

Bats of the Republic is an illuminated novel of adventure, featuring hand-drawn maps and natural history illustrations, subversive pamphlets and science-fictional diagrams, and even a nineteenth-century novel-within-a-novel--an intrigue wrapped in innovative design. In 1843, fragile naturalist Zadock Thomas must leave his beloved in Chicago to deliver a secret letter to an infamous general on the front lines of the war over Texas. The fate of the volatile republic, along with Zadock's future, depends on his mission. When a cloud of bats leads him off the trail, he happens upon something impossible... Three hundred years later, the world has collapsed and the remnants of humanity cling to a strange society of paranoia. Zeke Thomas has inherited a sealed envelope from his grandfather, an esteemed senator. When that letter goes missing, Zeke engages a fomenting rebellion that could free him--if it doesn't destroy his relationship, his family legacy, and the entire republic first. As their stories overlap and history itself begins to unravel, a war in time erupts between a lost civilization, a forgotten future, and the chaos of the wild. Bats of the Republic is a masterful novel of adventure and science fiction, of elliptical history and dystopian struggle, and, at its riveting core, of love.From the Hardcover edition.

Bats Out of Hell

by Barry Hannah

Three works from one of the most original and universally praised American writers of this century. Love and torment, lunacy and desire, tenderness and war- these stories provide a brilliant, dazzling odyssey into American life. No one but Barry Hannah could create these vivid worlds with such poetic detail.

The Batsford Book of the Siamese Cat

by Phyllis Lauder

From the Book Jacket: This beautifully illustrated book celebrates the Siamese. The spectacular and strong affectionate nature and intelligence have made the Siamese far and away the most popular breed of cat. Long and slim, with dazzling blue eyes, its creamy coat is highlighted by a variety of color "points" - Blue, Lilac, Red, Chocolate and the traditional Seal. A full and knowing text gives the reader a history of the breed and a complete tour of the many varieties found within the Siamese family including the newer strains, such as the "Tortie Points" and the Si-Rex. In addition, there are many inside tips about health, care, kittens, breeding and grooming. For the ambitious, there is a chapter on Showing. A special feature of the book is the comparison of American and British standards. The author of the standard work on the Siamese, Phyllis Lauder, has been a judge and breeder on the international scene for many years. This book is further proof of her lifelong love affair with the Siamese cat. 90 Photographs, 24 in full color

Batter Off Dead

by Tamar Myers

From the national bestselling author of Butter Safe Than Sorry Magdalena Yoder gets caught up in a case of hotcake homicide. . . During the annual church breakfast, Minerva J. Jay slumps over dead after ingesting stacks and stacks of pancakes. Police Chief Ackerman wonders if the serving of fatal flapjacks is a case of assault and batter. He turns to Magdalena for help, but first she has to make a special delivery of her own. . . .

Battered and Buttered Waffle (The Diner of the Dead Series #2)

by Carolyn Q. Hunter

SUMMER PRESCOTT BOOKS is thrilled to present:Battered and Buttered Waffle - Book 2 in The Diner of the Dead Series. Owning a diner in the small town of Haunted Falls has been a bit of a hair-raising experience for Sonja, and things go from bad to worse when a reality TV film crew comes to town. Wanting nothing more than to create her crisp, buttery waffles, Sonja find herself caught up once again in a murder investigation that leads to some decidedly "otherworldly" experiences.

Battered to Death

by Gayle Trent

The third "entertaining...and tasty read" (Entertainment Weekly) in the Daphne Martin Cake mystery series. Daphne Martin's life is pretty sweet right now--she has a loving boyfriend, a popular cake decorating company, and has recently entered into a cake competition in town. But when she attends a class with a famously ornery celebrity chef, all of that threatens to change. The chef is found beaten to death with a cake stand after his first lesson, and he has more enemies than anyone can count. So it's a shock to Daphne when she immediately comes under police suspicion. And on top of that, her boyfriend tells her he's considering a career move--to Kentucky. To a company run by an old girlfriend! And, there's still the cake competition Daphne has to win. Daphne will need to put her wits to the test again--with the help of her nosy friend Myra--in order to clear her name, win the competition, and salvage her romance.

Battered Woman

by Lenore E. Walker

"A major contribution to this subject. She is thorough, practical, compassionate, and authoritative. It is a reading must."--Phyllis Chesler

Battered Women

by Lane Voipe

Discusses different aspects of wife abuse, includes personal narratives.

The Batterer: A Psychological Profile

by Susan K. Golant Donald G. Dutton

What kind of man deliberately hurts the woman he loves? Drawing on his pathbreaking studies of more than seven hundred abusive men, as well as therapy with hundreds more, Dutton paints a dramatic and surprising portrait of the man who assaults his intimate partner.

The Batterer: A Psychological Profile

by Susan K. Golant Donald G. Dutton

A book for mental health professionals for working with men who physically abuse women.

Batteries for Sustainability

by Ralph J. Brodd

Batteries that can store electricity from solar and wind generation farms are a key component of a sustainable energy strategy. Featuring 15 peer-reviewed entries from the Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology, this book presents a wide range of battery types and components, from nanocarbons for supercapacitors to lead acid battery systems and technology. Worldwide experts provides a snapshot-in-time of the state-of-the art in battery-related R&D, with a particular focus on rechargeable batteries. Such batteries can store electrical energy generated by renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, and hydropower installations with high efficiency and release it on demand. They are efficient, non-polluting, self-contained devices, and their components can be recovered and used to recreate battery systems. Coverage also highlights the significant efforts currently underway to adapt battery technology to power cars, trucks and buses in order to eliminate pollution from petroleum combustion. Written for an audience of undergraduate and graduate students, researchers, and industry experts, Batteries for Sustainability is an invaluable one-stop reference to this essential area of energy technology.

Batteries Required

by Jennifer Apodaca

Frothy fun. -- Publishers Weekly on Ninja Soccer Moms If only life came with operating instructions. Samantha Shaw's dating service, Heart Mates, is barely paying the bills, and her relationship with private investigator Gabe Pulizzi isn't exactly a ringing endorsement of her knack for romance. And now Sam's friend Angel has disappeared just as she was about to launch a new lingerie business, leaving behind a ransacked, bloodstained house. Detective Logan Vance--alias romance novelist R. V. Logan--is busy fending off the advances of a lovesick fan so, with Gabe in tow, Sam questions Angel's ex-husband, Hugh Crimson. Sam knows her friend's divorce has been filed under unpleasant but she can't believe Hugh's capable of ex-wife-napping--or murder. If Hugh isn't a killer, who messed up Angel's house--and why? Where is Angel? And what's Sam going to say when Gabe insists she make a decision about their relationship? Solving this case will require every ounce of energy Sam's got, and she's going to unearth some high-voltage surprises along the way. . . Jennifer Apodaca grew up in southern California and still makes it her home. She loves creating characters with attitude and then getting them into all kinds of trouble. The unlimited support of her husband and three sons has made writing a joy. Jennifer is hard at work on the next Samantha Shaw book.

The Battle

by Nancy Rue

Book 6 in the Christian Heritage Series, The Williamsburg Years. Despite the war, Thomas is more frustrated with having to take orders from people he doesn't like and not getting along with his friends. He wonders if anything will turn out right.

Battle

by Michelle West

The weeks since Jewel Markess ATerafin has been acclaimed ruler of her House have not been peaceful; four assassination attempts have been made on her life, and one of the most important members of her House Council has been forced to retire, leaving a seat empty at a time when she requires trusted allies. The war in the distant South has ended; the armies, victorious, have returned to Averalaan. During the victory parade of the Kings' armies, the fifth assassination attempt occurs--in full view of the Ten, the Kings, and thousands of spectators. To survive, Jewel takes to the sky on the back of a winged cat; she returns to the Terafin Manse, leaving demonic destruction in her wake, the demon itself in pursuit. In the forest behind her manse, she has the power-barely-to stand against the demon; she does not have the power to destroy it. In the aftermath of the Terafin's funeral, the Kings have demanded an audience with the newest ruler of House Terafin. A single, careless command given to the elemental earth on the day of the funeral has caused unexplained and disturbing changes to the palace itself. But before Jewel can answer the summons, she falls prey to the strange, sleeping plague that has felled citizens across the city of Averalaan-from the poorest of holdings to the wealthiest of mansions across the Isle. It is there-in the uneasy land of dreams-that Jewel discovers the reason for the sickness, and there that she begins to understand the forces arrayed against both her House and the Empire; if she can survive the traps set by the Warden of Dreams and by her deadly, former allies, she will wake to a changed world-if she wakes at all. .

Battle

by John A Lynn

Battle: A History of Combat and Culture spans the globe and the centuries to explore the way ideas shape the conduct of warfare. Drawing its examples from Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, East Asia, and America, John A. Lynn challenges the belief that technology has been the dominant influence on combat from ancient times to the present day. In battle, ideas can be more far more important than bullets or bombs. Carl von Clausewitz proclaimed that war is politics, but even more basically, war is culture. The hard reality of armed conflict is formed by - and, in turn, forms - a culture's values, assumptions, and expectations about fighting. The author examines the relationship between the real and the ideal, arguing that feedback between the two follows certain discernable paths. Battle rejects the currently fashionable notion of a "Western way of warfare" and replaces it with more nuanced concepts of varied and evolving cultural patterns of combat. After considering history, Lynn finally asks how the knowledge gained might illuminate our understanding of the war on terrorism.

The Battle against Anarchist Terrorism

by Richard Bach Jensen

This is the first global history of the secret diplomatic and police campaign that was waged against anarchist terrorism from 1878 to the 1920s. Anarchist terrorism was at that time the dominant form of terrorism and for many continued to be synonymous with terrorism as late as the 1930s. Ranging from Europe and the Americas to the Middle East and Asia, Richard Bach Jensen explores how anarchist terrorism emerged as a global phenomenon during the first great era of economic and social globalization at the end of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth centuries and reveals why some nations were so much more successful in combating this new threat than others. He shows how the challenge of dealing with this new form of terrorism led to the fundamental modernization of policing in many countries and also discusses its impact on criminology and international law.

The Battle Against The U-Boat In The American Theater [Illustrated Edition]

by Richard P. Hallion

Includes 20 IllustrationsIn 1942 the Allied powers faced the most serious challenge to their control of the seas encountered in the Second World War: the menace of the U-boat. Fast, well- armed, and long-ranged, Hitler's submarines attacked shipping throughout the North Atlantic, often within sight of America's coastal towns and cities.Eventually, the combination of intelligence, land and sea- based air power, and surface vessel operations from both North American and British bases ended this threat, making possible the Allied build-up for the invasion of Europe in 1944.Flying radar-equipped long-range patrol planes, AAF airmen demonstrated the value of land-based air power against naval threats. This success has been reaffirmed consistently since the Second World War, from Vietnam and crises such as the Mayaguez incident to operations in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. The Harpoon-armed B-52s of our present-day global Air Force are the heirs of a sea-control tradition dating to the AAF's A-29s and B-24s of the Second World War.

Battle Angel

by Scott Speer

It's going to take a lot more than fame to save the Immortal City in its darkest hour. . . . With Maddy torn between two loves, Guardian Jackson and heroic pilot Tom, and Angels and humans on the brink of an epic war, the Immortal City is more vulnerable than ever. And when demons descend upon Angel City with the intent to destroy, the humans don't stand a fighting chance without the Angels on their side. Will Jacks find the strength and forgiveness to enter the fray and fight the demons as a stronger-than-ever Battle Angel? Or has the damage been so great that the Guardians will set off for the next place, abandoning Angel City in its darkest hour? It all comes down to love-wrecked half-Angel Maddy and the strength of her bond with Jackson in this game-changing, thrice-as-sultry series finale that blends beautiful themes of redemption and renewal with heart-pounding action scenes and jaw-dropping twists.

Battle Born

by Dale Brown

Author of an extraordinary string of New York Times bestselling novels, Dale Brown is the undisputed master of the aerial techno-thriller. Filled with explosive adventure, unforgettable characters, and authentic technology set against political scenarios so real they often anticipate world events, each of Dale Brown's novels is a major event. Now he returns to the airspace only he can truly call his own, in a blockbuster novel about a world on the brink of World War III and a new generation of brash young heroes...Patrick McLanahan is back. The veteran navigator-bombardier and brigadier general in the U.S. Air Force has been sent to a B-1B Lancer unit in Nevada to develop and train a tactical strike unit designed to seek out and destroy enemy missiles. He has his pick of the most aggressive Type A personalities in the flying game, though it may take years to pull this bunch of mavericks together to fight as a team.Then time runs out. The fragile peace in Asia is shattered when what was supposed to be a joint U.S.-Japan-South Korea mock bombing raid turns lethal. Instead of hewing to the script, South Korean fighter-bombers streak north to destroy several North Korean command-and-control, special forces, and secret police centers in support of a massive people's revolt against the Communist regime. To the world's surprise, the raids are a complete success. The North Korean military surrenders. The borders are thrown wide open and the United Republic of Korea is born.But this United Korea is also the world's newest nuclear power. It refuses to destroy thousands of captured nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons, which it sees as potent protection against the massive threat of China to its north. Vowing never again to be anyone's puppet, it is ready to defy the United States and even attack China in order to preserve its sovereignty.Thus begins a conflict that threatens to embroil all of Asia. Enter McLanahan's raw, audacious team. Sent into the fray both to protect United Korea and to stop it from touching off World War III, Patrick's small but potent hunter-killer bomber force has the world's newest, most powerful nonnuclear weapon at its disposal--if its aces ever stop fighting each other long enough to start fighting the enemy....Relentlessly paced, filled with the you-are-there feel of supersonic flight, Battle Born delivers the technology, action, and drama that Brown fans savor. It is this marvelous storyteller's most exciting and satisfying novel yet.From the Hardcover edition.

Battle Born (Patrick McLanahan Series #8)

by Dale Brown

Patrick McLanahan is back -- and this time he faces his most difficult challenge. He must pull together a team of aggressive, maverick young pilots to face a world on the brink of massive nuclear conflict. It begins with a joint U. S. -Japanese-South Korean mock bombing raid. But the South Korean fighter pilots don't stick to the script. Instead, they race across the border into North Korea to support a massive people's revolt against the Communists. Virtually overnight, the fledgling United Korea is the world's newest nuclear power, igniting a fuse that threatens to blow Asia apart and trigger World War III. Only McLanahan has the top-secret aviation technology and the brash young heroes to stop the coming inferno -- if he can get them to stop fighting each other and start fighting as a team before the world is reduced to cinders!

Battle Champions: Academy Attack

by Jack Carson

Tommy 'Titch' Darwin enrols at Marshall Johnson's Battle Academy. Training is tough, but Titch is determined to become a battle champion and follow in his father's footsteps. As battle lessons commence, Titch and his fellow students are unaware that baddie Wyatt Thorne is watching. He has two grudges - against Marshall Johnson and Titch (whose father defeated Wyatt on his first attempt to become a mech champion). Can Titch save the Academy from Wyatt and make the grade? Or will he never make it as a mech fighter in time for the championship trail?

Battle Champions: Canyon Clash

by Jack Carson

Titch Darwin and his Battle Champions team, Martha and Finn, have graduated from the Mech Academy and are finally on the Championship Trail! Titch hopes that following in his missing father's footsteps will help him discover the truth about his disappearance, but first he has to fight his own battles. The first battle round sees the gang overcome their rookie nerves and reach the final, but now they face fighting one of the deadliest mechs of all: Scorpion. Before they can compete, Titch and his trusty Mech, LoneStar, come across a group of school children trapped in a rock fall. Titch knows he has to save them - but if he does, he risks forfeiting his place in the competition. Can he beat the odds and still win?

Battle Champions: Swampland Slam

by Jack Carson

Titch Darwin and his Battle Champion crew are on the championship trail again! This time the fight takes them to deadly swamplands, and the team must work together to fight some of their fiercest opponents yet. Once again, Titch's trusty Mech - LoneStar - must compete in the ultimate test of man and machine.As every fight takes Titch nearer to finding out the truth about his missing father he must rise-up to the challenge and follow in his father's footsteps, fulfilling his destiny to be the ultimate Battle Champion.

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