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The Boy Who Made Them Love Again

by Scarlet Wilson

From Dr Storm to devoted dadWhen Luke Storm ended his relationship with Abby Tyler, he thought that he was doing the right thing. Abby so wanted children and Luke knew he could never give them to her. Now, five years later, when he meets Abby again, and with a little boy of her own, Luke is rocked. She's as gorgeous and adorable as ever, but he realises that if he wants Abby back in his life, he has to let her special little son into his heart and become the father he never expected to be...

The Boy Who Met Jesus: Segatashya of Kibeho

by Steve Erwin Immaculée Ilibagiza

It's the greatest story never told: that of a boy who met Jesus and dared to ask him all the questions that have consumed mankind since the dawn of time. No matter what one's faith or religious beliefs are, Segatashya's words will bring comfort and joy.

The Boy Who Returned From The Sea

by Clay Morgan

In the continuation of the popular The Boy Who Spoke Dog, Jack and his beloved dog, Moxie, are reunited on the island where they first met. Jack is not the only human on the island: the mysterious and dangerous Blackburn Jukes is there, too, searching for the valuable amber hidden in the bogs of the island. Moxie and Jack soon realize they must work together to protect themselves and their island from this intruder in an action-filled novel readers won't want to put down.

The Boy Who Saved Baseball

by John Ritter

Tom Gallagher finds himself in a tight spot. The fate of Dillontown rests on the outcome of one baseball game, winner take all. And it's all because Tom had to open his big mouth. If only he could get Dante Del Gato-the greatest hitter to ever play the game-to coach the team. But crazy ol' Del Gato hasn't spoken to folks in years, not after walking away from the game in disgrace just before his team played in its first World Series. Maybe Tom has one more hope: Cruz de la Cruz, the mysterious boy who just rode into town on horseback claiming to know the secret of hitting. Not to mention the secrets of Del Gato . . .

The Boy Who Saved Baseball

by John H. Ritter

Tom Gallagher finds himself in a tight spot. The fate of Dillon town rests on the outcome of one baseball game, winner take all. And it's all because Tom had to open his big mouth. If only he could get Dante Del Gato -- the greatest hitter to ever play the game -- to coach the team. But crazy ol' Del Gato hasn't spoken to folks in years, not after walking away from the game in disgrace just before his team played in its first World Series. Maybe Tom has one more hope: Cruz de la Cruz, the mysterious boy who just rode into town on horseback claiming to know the secret of hitting. Not to mention the secrets of Del Gato... John H. Ritter's new novel celebrates the holy game of baseball, playing larger-than-life games with heroism, redemption, and the making of a legend.

The Boy Who Saved Baseball

by John H. Ritter

Tom Gallagher is in a tight spot. The fate of the Dillontown team rests on the outcome of one baseball game, winner take all. If Tom's team loses, they lose their field too. But how can they possibly win? Just when everything seems hopeless, a mysterious boy named Cruz de la Cruz rides into town and claims to know the secret of hitting. Not to mention the secrets of Dante Del Gato, Dillontown's greatest hitter ever. Since he walked away from the game years ago, Del Gato hasn't spoken a word to anyone. But now he might be Tom's only hope for saving his hometown. From the award-winning author of Over the Wall and Choosing Up Sides comes this imaginative tale of one boy's struggle to preserve the spirit of the game he loves. .

The Boy Who Saved Cleveland: Based on a True Story

by James Cross Giblin

During a malaria epidemic in late eighteenth-century Cleveland, Ohio, ten-year-old Seth Doan surprises his family, his neighbors, and himself by having the strength to carry and grind enough corn to feed everyone. Based on a true story.

The Boy Who Saw Too Much (Romeo Riley, Private Eye #1)

by April M. Whitt

Romeo solves a mystery, gets into mischief, and enjoys his life despite his disabilities. R.L. 3.0

The Boy Who Was Followed Home

by Margaret Mahy

Enjoy a delightful story and practice counting hippopotami! Other books by Margaret Mahy are available in this library.

The Boy Who Would Be a Helicopter

by Vivian Gussin Paley

How does a teacher begin to appreciate and tap the rich creative resources of the fantasy world of children? What social functions do story playing and storytelling serve in the preschool classroom? And how can the child who is trapped in private fantasies be brought into the richly imaginative social play that surrounds him? The Boy Who Would Be a Helicopter focuses on the challenge posed by the isolated child to teachers and classmates alike in the unique community of the classroom. It is the dramatic story of Jason-the loner and outsider-and of his ultimate triumph and homecoming into the society of his classmates. As we follow Jason's struggle, we see that the classroom is indeed the crucible within which the young discover themselves and learn to confront new problems in their daily experience. Vivian Paley recreates the stage upon which children emerge as natural and ingenious storytellers. She supplements these real-life vignettes with brilliant insights into the teaching process, offering detailed discussions about control, authority, and the misuse of punishment in the preschool classroom. She shows a more effective and natural dynamic of limit-setting that emerges in the control children exert over their own fantasies. And here for the first time the author introduces a triumvirate of teachers (Paley herself and two apprentices) who reflect on the meaning of events unfolding before them.

The Boy Who Would Live Forever

by Frederik Pohl

In 1980 Fred Pohl published Gateway which began a series of books about man's discovery of the leavings of a superior civilization who seem to simply have vanished. What do the Heechee look like? Where did they go? What will happen when we make contact? And.... What if someone is trying to destroy the Heechee and all their works? This is vintage Pohl. It is hard to imagine him selling his first stories before World War ii.

The Boy Who Wouldn't Swim

by Deb Lucke

Electric, sherbet-y colors, uniquely comic characters, and a story line filled with high comedy mark this fabulous picture book by new talent Deb Lucke. Eric Dooley just won't swim. If sweating in the hot summer sun while everyone else cools off in the pool isn't bad enough, Eric's younger sister is having the time of her life. When he sees her dog-paddling right across the middle of the pool, under his sunblock he's positively green with envy. Not to mention sweaty. And irritated. But after the babies in the wading pool give him dirty looks for invading their territory, Eric finds a way to conquer his fears. And just like that he goes from being the boy who wouldn't swim . . . to being the boy who won't get out of the pool. Not even in October.

The Boy With No Boots

by Sheila Jeffries

Freddie Barcussy knows hardship and pain. His parents Annie and Levi are struggling to make ends meet, both suffering with illness and poverty. Freddie is an outsider at school, misunderstood and angry. They need their luck to change.Unbeknown to his parents, Freddie holds the key to their future. He has a gift, a gift he has told no one about. If he can learn how to ovecome his fears, he could use it to change all their lives for ever ... Searching to overcome hardship and prejudice, can Freddie find love and happiness or will mistrust ruin his life?For fans of nostalgic saga, this is a gripping saga from the bestselling author of Solomon's Tale.

The Boy With Perfect Hands (Elizabeth Hewitt #2)

by Sheldon Rusch

Now Rusch's heroine, Special Agent Elizabeth Hewitt, comes upon a series of crimes with an unexpected link-the haunting nocturnes of one of the world's greatest composers, stirring a madman with his own visions for beauty, for music, and for death. Victim by victim, note by note, Hewitt is stepping into the darkness to find him-and to experience first-hand the terrifying crescendo of a killer's ultimate inspiration.

The Boy with the Hidden Name

by Skylar Dorset

This is not your average trip to Fairyland. . . Selkie Stewart has just saved her quasi-boyfriend, Ben, from a fairy prison run by the Seelie Court. If they weren't the two most-wanted individuals in the Otherworld before, they definitely are now. Along with Ben and the rest of their ragtag group of allies-Selkie's ogre aunts; a wizard named Will; Ben's cousin Safford; and Kelsey, Selkie's best friend-Selkie is ready to embrace her destiny and bring the Court down. Until she hears the rest of her prophecy: Benedict le Fay will betray you, and then he will die.

Boy21

by Matthew Quick

From Matthew Quick, the author of The Silver-Linings Playbook, comes a powerful young adult novel about basketball, outer-space and friendship.You can lose yourself in repetition--quiet your thoughts; I learned the value of this at a very young age.Basketball has always been an escape for Finley. He lives in broken-down Bellmont, a town ruled by the Irish mob, drugs, violence, and racially charged rivalries. At home, his dad works nights, and Finley is left to take care of his disabled grandfather alone. He's always dreamed of getting out someday, but until he can, putting on that number 21 jersey makes everything seem okay.Russ has just moved to the neighborhood, and the life of this teen basketball phenom has been turned upside down by tragedy. Cut off from everyone he knows, he won't pick up a basketball, but answers only to the name Boy21--taken from his former jersey number.As their final year of high school brings these two boys together, a unique friendship may turn out to be the answer they both need. span

Boy2Girl

by Terence Blacker

Matthew's American cousin, Sam, has come to London to live with the family. Sam is a charismatic kid, but can he be trusted to be a reliable friend? Matthew and his "mates" decide that Sam must undertake a challenge in order to prove himself: he must start off his new year at their school posing as a girl.

Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions

by Omar Barghouti

"Barghouti is the future. He is intelligent, empowered, and non-violent. He is completely impressive. It would help Americans to see such a picture of Palestinian political engagement, when they have such a distorted image of who Palestinians are. Some day they will know him."-Phillip Weiss, author of Mondoweiss: The War of Ideas in the Middle EastTHIRTY YEARS ago, an international movement utilizing boycott, divestment, and sanction (BDS) tactics rose in solidarity with those suffering under the brutal apartheid regime of South Africa. The historic acts of BDS activists from around the world isolated South Africa as a pariah state and heralded the end of apartheid.Now, as awareness of the apartheid nature of the State of Israel continues to grow, Omar Barghouti, founding member of the Palestinian Civil Society Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel, presents a renewed call to action. Aimed at forcing the State of Israel to uphold international law and universal human rights for the Palestinian people, here is a manifesto for change."No one has done more to build the intellectual, legal and moral case for BDS than Omar Barghouti. The global Palestinian solidarity movement has been transformed and is on the cusp of major new breakthroughs."-Naomi Klein, author of The Shock Doctrine and No Logo"I commend this excellent book by Omar Barghouti...BDS is a call to refuse to be silent in the face of military occupation of the Palestinian people by the Israeli regime, apartheid, and colonialism. BDS is a nonviolent way in which each of us and our governments can follow our conscience and rightful moral and legal responsibility and act now to save Palestinian lives by demanding that the Israeli apartheid regime give justice and equality to all."-Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace Laureate (1976)

Boyd: The Fighter Pilot Who Changed the Art of War

by Robert Coram

John Boyd may be the most remarkable unsung hero in all of American military history. Some remember him as the greatest U. S. fighter pilot ever -- the man who, in simulated air-to-air combat, defeated every challenger in less than forty seconds. Some recall him as the father of our country's most legendary fighter aircraft -- the F-15 and F-16. Still others think of Boyd as the most influential military theorist since Sun Tzu. They know only half the story. Boyd, more than any other person, saved fighter aviation from the predations of the Strategic Air Command. His manual of fighter tactics changed the way every air force in the world flies and fights. He discovered a physical theory that forever altered the way fighter planes were designed. Later in life, he developed a theory of military strategy that has been adopted throughout the world and even applied to business models for maximizing efficiency. And in one of the most startling and unknown stories of modern military history, the Air Force fighter pilot taught the U. S. Marine Corps how to fight war on the ground. His ideas led to America's swift and decisive victory in the Gulf War and foretold the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. On a personal level, Boyd rarely met a general he couldn't offend. He was loud, abrasive, and profane. A man of daring, ferocious passion and intractable stubbornness, he was that most American of heroes -- a rebel who cared not for his reputation or fortune but for his country. He was a true patriot, a man who made a career of challenging the shortsighted and self-serving Pentagon bureaucracy. America owes Boyd and his disciples -- the six men known as the "Acolytes" -- a great debt. Robert Coram finally brings to light the remarkable story of a man who polarized all who knew him, but who left a legacy that will influence the military -- and all of America -- for decades to come. Book jacket.

Boyface and the Tartan Badger

by James Campbell

Boyface Antelope has been given a tartan badger for his tenth birthday. As everyone knows, tartan badgers are the worst pets in the world: they live for up to forty years, you can never give them away, they smell of lemony hospitals and need walking twice a day. And one of those times must be in the middle of the night. But even so, when the tartan badger is stolen Boyface enlists the help of his friend Clootie to get him back. But who could the thief be? The only clue is a red clown nose ...

Boyfriend 101: A Gay Guy's Guide to Dating, Romance, and Finding True Love

by Jim Sullivan

You've done the bar thing. You've let your best friend set you up. You've even logged on to a gay dating website. But the man of your dreams is still out there, just waiting for you to find him. What's a gay guy to do? Look no further than this book. Whether you're new to the dating scene or just wanting a refresher course, in Boyfriend 101 you'll find an abundance of practical tips for meeting the right man (and avoiding the wrong ones) and keeping him (and you) interested for the long term. Topics include: *Deciding what you need versus what you want in a boyfriend *Icebreakers that actually work *Expanding your social network *The best places to meet men *Writing a hot personal ad or online profile *First-date protocols (or, Waiting until after the third date to have sex) *Discussing HIV and negotiating safe sex *Maintaining a healthy body image *Overcoming fear of abandonment *Creating healthy lines of communication with your boyfriend From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Boyfriend App

by Katie Sise

From stunning new talent Katie Sise comes an irresistible Cinderella story with a tech twist. Computer whiz Audrey McCarthy feels most at home in a tech lab, surrounded by her fellow geeks. Once popular and fearless, she hasn't been the same since her dad died. And her ex-best friend, gorgeous queen bee Blake Dawkins, has turned into her worst nightmare. Audrey is counting the minutes until high school is over and she can get the hell out of Dodge and go to college--that is, if she can find a scholarship. So when Public Corporation, a giant tech company, announces a contest for the best app developed by a high schooler--with $200,000 in prize money--Audrey is spurred into action. She comes up with an idea so simple, yet so brilliant, she can't believe it hasn't been done: the Boyfriend App. With a simple touch of the screen, romance blooms among the unlikeliest couples at school, and people start to take notice. But it's not quite enough. To beat out the competition, Audrey will have to dig deeper. And she does--right into a scandal that would rock Public to its core. Suddenly the Boyfriend App lands Audrey where she never expected to be: in the middle of the limelight, passionately kissed by the hottest guys in school, causing complete and utter mayhem. But can it bring her true love?

The Boyfriend from Hell

by Avery Corman

Veronica Delaney didn't intend to fall for another bad guy, especially not one who just might be evil incarnate . . .Veronica Delaney is a bright and beautiful, young New York journalist who has had hard luck romantically and professionally. Her latest boyfriend left her for fame (and another woman, of course), and her latest assignment has her covering a bizarre satanic cult. But while following the story, Veronica soon meets the charming, polite, and devilishly handsome occult historian Richard Smith. Soon she's embroiled in an exciting affair--at least until strange relics begin to appear on her doorstep and things start to go terribly wrong. The Boyfriend from Hell is a funny, astute psychological thriller about the mysteries of attraction and love's power to hijack our good sense. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Avery Corman including rare images from the author's personal collection.

The Boyfriend League

by Rachel Hawthorne

The Ragland Rattlers $1 Night $1 baseball cap with home team logo $1 program $1 hot dogs $1 drinks $1 popcorn But how much to get the hot pitcher to notice you exist?

The Boyfriend List

by Jeannie Moon

"Jeannie Moon always delivers a feel-good, warm-your-heart...story,"(New York Times bestselling author Carly Phillips) and now the author of The Second Chance Hero and The Wedding Secret does it again with her new Forever Love Story... Jenna Albanese planned it all out at thirteen when she listed the qualities she wanted in her perfect man. Years later, she thought she'd found him. When all she got was a broken heart, Jenna tucked away the boyfriend list--and her belief in happy ever after. Nate Bayard has a life most people only dream of--he's a handsome high-caliber polo player and partner in a multibillion dollar business. But as intelligent and confident as he is on the field and in the boardroom, he's hopeless with women--until he meets the sweet and funny Jenna. She's just about perfect, and Nate's determined to make her his. There's just one little problem. Jenna's unwelcome past is about to make a comeback. For Jenna, overcoming her mistrust in men--particularly rich ones--isn't going to be easy. Then she comes across that old boyfriend list and realizes that maybe it's time for another look and a few changes to bring a brand new beat to her romantic heart. Be sure to read all of Jeannie Moon's Forever Love Stories from InterMix Praise for the Forever Love Stories "Jeannie Moon writes a sweet, sexy escape."--New York Times bestselling author Jill Shalvis "Emotionally engaging and sexy." --New York Times bestselling author JoAnn Ross "A truly sweet romance...Not to be missed!" --USA Today bestselling author Jane Porter

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