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Moon Craving

by Lucy Monroe

New from the national bestselling author of Moon Awakening When Talorc-laird of the Sinclair clan and leader of his werewolf pack- must wed an Englishwoman, he's shocked to find that she is his mate. Deaf since childhood, Abigail hopes to keep her affliction from Talorc as long as possible, just as he has no intention of telling her that he's a werewolf. But when Abigail learns that the husband she's begun to love has deceived her, it will take all his warrior's strength-and his wolf's cunning-to win his wife back.

Moon Cuba

by Christopher P. Baker

Award-winning travel writer Christopher P. Baker highlights Cuba's best lesser-known local hotspots, including Finca Manacas (the birthplace of Fidel), Parque Lennon, and Rumba de Salvador's Alley. He also offers fun and creative travel suggestions, such as A Week in Havana; 10 Best Scenic Drives; and Cars, Cigars, and Cabarets. With in-depth information on Havana and complete coverage of the island, Moon Cuba gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.

Moon Dance (Enright Series #3)

by Mariah Stewart

The bestselling suspense author shows her softer side in this endearing love story of two searching hearts. . . . Georgia Enright has dedicated her life to dance. But at age twenty-six, her hopes of becoming a lead dancer are dashed. So she ventures to Pumpkin Hill, an old farm owned by her newly found half sister, Laura Bishop, to contemplate her future. There, discovering an affinity for country life -- and a barn just perfect for giving dance lessons -- Georgia enjoys an oasis of peace . . . until Matthew Bishop arrives. An abandoned child taken in by the same parents who adopted Laura, Matt has plans of his own for that barn -- plans that include a veterinary clinic, not a ballet studio! The only thing the rugged doctor resents more than Laura's interest in her birth family is his having to share the premises with one of them. Yet he can't deny there's something about Georgia that has brightened his world -- and if he's not careful, she just may dance into his heart.

Moon-Dark

by Patricia Wrightson

Moon-Dark is a 170 page fantasy novel written by the award-winning Australian author Patricia Wrightson and first published in 1987. Margaret K. McEldery Books provides the following summary: From the ancient land of Australia comes this story of a wild community: kangaroos, bush rats, bandicoots, goanna, possums, flying foxes-and the fisherman's dog, Blue. A new settlement brings new strains to the human and the wild communities. The settlers become defensive, and war breaks out between bush rats and bandicoots. Only the worried Ranger, whose territory this is, understands the problem; but only the animals, helped by an ancient magic of the country, can solve it. And so, one mystical night in the dark of the moon, their plan is accomplished. Through hard work and age-old magic, the balance is restored and peace returns. Told with a rare economy of style, intimate knowledge of Australian wild life, remarkable ability to characterize creatures without overly humanizing them, with mounting dramatic tension and an ever-present sense of humor, this book by one of our finest contemporary writers, not only makes a strong ecological statement but draws the reader into a rich, fascinating and not soon-to-be-forgotten world.

Moon Demon (Daughters of the Moon, Book 7)

by Lynne Ewing

Vanessa's sixteenth birthday is coming up. While most girls would be thrilled at the prospect, Vanessa dreads beign one year closer to making the most important decision of her life. Now she is beginning to doubt everything she holds true--her friends, her relationship with Michael, and even her identity. Then she meets Hector, who is more exciting and dengerous than anyone else she knows. Through him , she learns about a side of herself that she never knew existed...

Moon Ecuador & the Galápagos Islands

by Ben Westwood

Seasoned traveler and journalist Ben Westwood leads adventurers to off-the-beaten-path experiences in Ecuador, from riding a train up the steep switchbacks of the famous Nariz del Diablo (Devil's Nose) to diving off of the Galápagos Islands, where the waters are abundant with ocean life. Westwood also includes several trip strategies--such as the Culture and History Tour and the Outdoor Adventure Tour--which cater to the diverse interests of travelers. Complete with information on exploring the colonial architecture of Quito's Old Town and climbing volcanoes in Sangay National Park, Moon Ecuador & the Galápagos Islands gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.

Moon Four Corners: Including Navajo and Hopi Country, Moab, and Lake Powell

by Kathleen Bryant

Arizona resident Kathleen Bryant shares her knowledge of the Four Corners region, from the alien rock formations of Arches National Park to the lightning-swept mesas of Canyonlands. Bryant offers her expert advice on how to make the most of the area's many amazing sights, historical landmarks, and outdoor activities, as well as one-of-a-kind trip strategies-including Soak Up the Scenery and Historic Treasures-for travelers of all interests and budgets. With tips for mountain biking on Slickrock Trail near Moab, driving through breathtaking Monument Valley, and rafting down the Colorado River,Moon Four Cornersgives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.

Moon Glacier National Park

by Becky Lomax

Writer, editor, and avid outdoorswoman Becky Lomax offers an insider's perspective on Glacier National Park, where she once worked shredding lettuce in the kitchen so she could hike nearly 300 miles of park trails during her free time. From hiking through multi-color meadows filled with wildflowers to observing the Sperry Glacier, a victim of global warming that will vanish in less than two decades, Lomax knows the best ways to enjoy the park's one million acres of wilderness. She also includes unique trip strategies for travelers with specific interests and restrictions, including a Wildlife-Watching tour and a whirlwind One Day in Glacier tour. Whether it's biking up Going-to-the-Sun Road or watching a grizzly forage in huckleberries,Moon Glacier National Parkgives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.

The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress

by Robert A. Heinlein

Robert A. Heinlein was the most influential science fiction writer of his era, an influence so large that, as Samuel R. Delany notes, "modern critics attempting to wrestle with that influence find themselves dealing with an object rather like the sky or an ocean. " He won the Hugo Award for best novel four times, a record that still stands. The Moon is a Harsh Mistress was the last of these Hugo-winning novels, and it is widely considered his finest work. It is a tale of revolution, of the rebellion of the former Lunar penal colony against the Lunar Authority that controls it from Earth. It is the tale of the disparate people - a computer technician, a vigorous young female agitator, and an elderly academic - who become the rebel movement's leaders. And it is the story of Mike, the supercomputer whose sentience is known only to this inner circle, and who for reasons of his own is committed to the revolution's ultimate success. The Moon is a Harsh Mistress is one of the high points of modern science fiction, a novel bursting with politics, humanity, passion, innovative technical speculation, and a firm belief in the pursuit of human freedom. The Moon is a Harsh Mistress is the winner of the 1967 Hugo Award for Best Novel.

The Moon Is Down

by John Steinbeck Donald V. Coers

Originally published at the zenith of Nazi Germany's power, Steinbeck's fable THE MOON IS DOWN explores the effects of invasion on both the conquered and the conquerors. Occupied by enemy troops, a small, peaceable town comes face-to-face with evil imposed from the outside and betrayal from within the close-knit community. As he delves into the motivations and emotions of the enemy, Steinbeck uncovers profound and often unsettling truths both about war and human nature.

Moon Kissed

by Michele Hauf

Escaping from bloodthirsty vampires, Belladonna Reynolds ran straight into the arms of a werewolf. As a man Severo drew her in with his dark good looks; as a beast he astounded her with his insatiable sensual appetite. Whether afraid or aroused, Bella fled to his lair when threatened by an evil monster of the night. . . . Severo tried to keep Bella--his mate--safe from the vampiress who held a malicious desire for revenge against him, but he alone wasn't enough. Now Bella had taken the form of his most cursed enemy. How could he desire the very thing he'd spent his life destroying? And even if he did, what would the werewolf do to Bella on the next full moon?

Moon Lander

by Thomas J. Kelly

Chief engineer Thomas J. Kelly gives a firsthand account of designing, building, testing, and flying the Apollo lunar module. It was, he writes, "an aerospace engineer's dream job of the century." Kelly's account begins with the imaginative process of sketching solutions to a host of technical challenges with an emphasis on safety, reliability, and maintainability. He catalogs numerous test failures, including propulsion-system leaks, ascent-engine instability, stress corrosion of the aluminum alloy parts, and battery problems, as well as their fixes under the ever-present constraints of budget and schedule. He also recaptures the exhilaration of hearing Apollo 11's Neil Armstrong report that "The Eagle has landed," and the pride of having inadvertently provided a vital "lifeboat" for the crew of the disabled Apollo 13.From the Hardcover edition.

Moon Magic (Secrets of Droon Special Edition #5)

by Tony Abbott

Eric, Julie, Neal, Keeah, and all their friends are about to discover one of Droon's biggest secrets, in a Special Edition like we've never seen before! The kids are transported to Droon's past and future and we read the story from their different points of view.

Moon Michigan

by Laura Martone

World traveler Laura Martone spends summers with her family on Michigan's Big Bear Lake, and she shares her favorite Michigan experiences, from indulging at the National Cherry Festival in Traverse City to exploring Detroit's rhythmic roots and auto museums. Martone provides itineraries for trekking through the Upper Peninsula, touring lighthouses on the Great Lake shoreline, and splurging on a luxury B&B on the popular Mackinac Island. Moon Michigan is packed with information on dining, transportation, and accommodations. Complete with details on where to ice fish, sample local fudge, and go golfing in the Lower Peninsula, Moon Michigan gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.

Moon Mirror

by Andre Norton

This book is a collection of adventure tales of Norton that have inspired fantasy readers.

Moon Music

by Faye Kellerman

In the bleak wasteland of the Nevada desert, not far from the sparkling, 24-hour neon of the world famous Las Vegas Strip, the body of a once-beautiful showgirl is discovered, horribly mauled and mutilated. It is a horrendous crime, shocking in its brutality, excessive even for a city celebrated for its excess. Seasoned police veteran and Vegas native Detective Sergeant Romulus Poe has seen his fair share of depravity in this mecca of glitz and vice. But there is something about this unfortunate young woman's death -- and in a similar murder that is to follow soon after -- that harkens back to an unsolved slaying and so-called suicide a quarter-century ago. The grim similarities -- along with some frightening new possibilities -- are leading Poe into a night world of dark shadows best left unilluminated and pulling the inquisitive policeman toward secrets from a strange and sordid past that could destroy those closest to him, and drag him over the edge.

Moon National Parks Sampler

by Avalon Travel Publishing

Moon National Parks Sampler provides an overview of some of North America's most iconic destinations. This fun-to-browse eBook offers plenty of inspiration for planning a trip to these beautiful national parks and monuments, including suggested itineraries, maps, and photos. The information in this sampler is excerpted from individual Moon national parks guides; once you've chosen your travel destination, check out the full-length Moon guide to the park of your choice for 250 pages (or more) of detailed coverage and advice. Moon's national parks guidebooks are available in print and as eBooks. Included in this eBook sampler is an overview of: Acadia National Park Blue Ridge & Smoky Mountains Canadian Rockies Four Corners including Mesa Verde and Chaco Canyon Glacier National Park Grand Canyon Mt. Rushmore & the Black Hills Yellowstone & Grand Teton Yosemite Zion & Bryce

Moon National Parks Sampler

by Avalon Travel

Moon National Parks Sampler provides an overview of some of North America's most iconic destinations. This fun-to-browse eBook offers plenty of inspiration for planning a trip to these beautiful national parks and monuments, including suggested itineraries, maps, and photos. The information in this sampler is excerpted from individual Moon national parks guides; once you've chosen your travel destination, check out the full-length Moon guide to the park of your choice for 250 pages (or more) of detailed coverage and advice. Moon's national parks guidebooks are available in print and as eBooks. Included in this eBook sampler is an overview of: Acadia National Park Blue Ridge & Smoky Mountains Canadian Rockies Four Corners including Mesa Verde and Chaco Canyon Glacier National Park Grand Canyon Mt. Rushmore & the Black Hills Yellowstone & Grand Teton Yosemite Zion & Bryce

Moon Nevada

by Scott Smith

Journalist Scott Smith brings detailed knowledge of his adopted home state to the table in Moon Nevada, with information on everything from Vegas' neon-studded attractions to the Native American petroglyphs of the Great Basin. Smith spotlights a great list of original travel strategies, including On the Treasure Trail, Nevada Outdoors, and Nevada's Past, and gives comprehensive coverage of recreation activities in Tahoe and serene nature retreats located just outside the hubbub of Sin City. From Reno's Bucket of Blood Saloon to Humboldt Valley's sprawling Black Rock Desert,Moon Nevadagives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.

Moon New Mexico

by Zora O'Neill

New Mexico native Zora O'Neill gives you her insider's perspective on New Mexico, from museum-hopping in Santa Fe to visiting organic farms. Zora includes a variety of unique trip ideas, including Nuclear New Mexico and 14-Day Grand Tour. Packed with information on dining, transportation, and accommodations, Moon New Mexico has lots of options for a range of travel budgets. Complete with details on Santa Fe, Taos, Albuquerque, and more, Moon New Mexico gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.

Moon Oaxaca

by Justin Henderson

This full-color guide includes vibrant photos and helpful maps.Traveler and author Justin Henderson covers the best of Oaxaca, from bargaining at the Mercado Juárez to exploring the Castillo de Moctezuma Aztec pyramid. Henderson offers up unique trip strategies, including Best Beaches and Local Festivals & Native Markets, as well as experienced advice on where to go and what to see. Complete with information on sampling mezcal, Oaxaca's native liquor, and enjoying the vistas and fresh seafood of Puerto Ángel, Moon Oaxaca gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.

The Moon of Gomrath

by Alan Garner

The Moon of Gomrath is a 160 page fantasy novel written by the widely acclaimed children's fantasy author Alan Garner and first published in 1963. It is the sequel of The Weirdstone of Brisingamen. The summary by William Collins Publishers reads as follows: In the woods on Alderley Edge, Susan and her brother Colin chance upon the Elf Lord, who leads them back to Fundindelve and the wizard Cadellin. The elves desperately need Susan's magic bracelet and, against the advice of Cadellin, Susan lends it to them-only to find herself, without its protection, in such terrible danger that even Cadellin cannot help her. The Old Magic from the beginning of the world has been held in check by the High Magic of thoughts and spells, but must now be called upon to save her. But the Old Magic, once awakened, grows more and more powerful and uncontrollable, until finally a band of wild ancient horsemen and old evil spirits are set loose. Colin is captured by a witch. It is up to Susan alone to fight against the evil magic. Alan Garner, winner of the Carnegie Medal, the Guardian Award, and many other honors for his outstanding books for young readers here creates a richly detailed fantasy world drawn from his deep knowledge of folklore and tales of ancient magic. Susan is a heroine all readers will admire, and her final blast on the horn of Angharad Goldenhand is a thrilling climax to an exciting story.

The Moon of the Alligators (Thirteen Moons)

by Jean Craighead George

Describes an alligator's desperate search for food in the Florida Everglades during the month of October. Other books in The Thirteen Moons series are available in this library.

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