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Liquid Raw: Over 125 Juices, Smoothies, Soups, and Other Raw Beverages

by Lisa Montgomery

Discover new ways to eat raw with delicious smoothies, milks, and soups!If you're just starting out in the raw lifestyle, or have been a raw foodie for years, Liquid Raw is your source for fun and exciting meal ideas. Liquid foods are often easier to prepare and digest, providing the perfect transition for those beginning a raw diet. For those experienced in the raw foods lifestyle, Liquid Raw offers a new twist on many staples, as well as inspiration to keep your diet interesting. With a variety of juices, smoothies, dressings, soups, and milks, Liquid Raw offers excellent raw food recipes that are sure to please!Some of the over 125 refreshing and creative recipes featured in Liquid Raw include Green Smoothie, Strawberry Choco-Nanna Smoothie, Un-Egg Nog, Almond Milk, Chocolate-Cherry Shake, Ruby Rejuvenating Juice, Lemon-Zucchini Bisque, Moroccan Tomato Ginger Soup, Strawberry-Mango Pudding, Chocolate Mousse, and much more!Packed with lots of practical and helpful information, Liquid Raw also includes:* Guide to the health benefits of a raw diet* An introduction to juicing* Tips for finding the perfect juicer and blenderWith unique and exciting raw recipes, Liquid Raw is sure to bring your raw diet to new heights!

Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street

by Karen Ho

Financial collapses--whether of the junk bond market, the Internet bubble, or the highly leveraged housing market--are often explained as the inevitable result of market cycles: What goes up must come down. In Liquidated, Karen Ho punctures the aura of the abstract, all-powerful market to show how financial markets, and particularly booms and busts, are constructed. Through an in-depth investigation into the everyday experiences and ideologies of Wall Street investment bankers, Ho describes how a financially dominant but highly unstable market system is understood, justified, and produced through the restructuring of corporations and the larger economy. Ho, who worked at an investment bank herself, argues that bankers' approaches to financial markets and corporate America are inseparable from the structures and strategies of their workplaces. Her ethnographic analysis of those workplaces is filled with the voices of stressed first-year associates, overworked and alienated analysts, undergraduates eager to be hired, and seasoned managing directors. Recruited from elite universities as "the best and the brightest," investment bankers are socialized into a world of high risk and high reward. They are paid handsomely, with the understanding that they may be let go at any time. Their workplace culture and networks of privilege create the perception that job insecurity builds character, and employee liquidity results in smart, efficient business. Based on this culture of liquidity and compensation practices tied to profligate deal-making, Wall Street investment bankers reshape corporate America in their own image. Their mission is the creation of shareholder value, but Ho demonstrates that their practices and assumptions often produce crises instead. By connecting the values and actions of investment bankers to the construction of markets and the restructuring of U. S. corporations, Liquidated reveals the particular culture of Wall Street often obscured by triumphalist readings of capitalist globalization.

Lirael: Daughter of the Clayr (Old Kingdom Series #2)

by Garth Nix

Lirael has never felt like a true daughter of the Clayr. Now, two years past the time when she should have received the Sight that is the Clayr's birthright, she feels alone, abandoned, unsure of who she is. Nevertheless, the fate of the Old Kingdom lies in her hands. With only her faithful companion, the Disreputable Dog, Lirael must undertake a desperate mission under the growing shadow of an ancient evil. Sequel to Sabriel, winner of the Aurealis Award for Excellence in Australian Science Fiction,.

Lisa

by Carol Matas

During the Nazi occupation of Denmark, Lisa and other teenage Jews become involved in an underground resistance movement and eventually must flee for their lives.

Lisa Frank: A Star Is Born

by Helena Mayer

Miss Harmony had the kind of smile that made you feel all warm and tingly inside. Especially when she aimed it directly at you. She had big blue eyes, beautiful bouncy blond hair, and the prettiest voice anyone had ever heard. "The play is called Sleeping Beauty: The Musical" she said, giving the class her award-winning smile. "I wrote the songs myself."

Lisey’s Story

by Stephen King

Lisey Debusher Landon lost her husband, Scott, two years ago, after a twenty-five-year marriage of the most profound and sometimes frightening intimacy. Scott was an award-winning, bestselling novelist and a very complicated man. Early in their relationship, before they married, Lisey had to learn from him about books and blood and bools. Later, she understood that there was a place Scott went -- a place that both terrified and healed him, that could eat him alive or give him the ideas he needed in order to live. Now it's Lisey's turn to face Scott's demons, Lisey's turn to go to Boo'ya Moon. What begins as a widow's effort to sort through the papers of her celebrated husband becomes a nearly fatal journey into the darkness he inhabited. Perhaps King's most personal and powerful novel, Lisey's Story is about the wellsprings of creativity, the temptations of madness, and the secret language of love.

Lishman's Organic Psychiatry

by Marshal Folstein Simon Fleminger Michael Kopelman Anthony David Simon Lovestone John Mellers

"For three decades psychiatrists have turned to Lishman's Organic Psychiatry as the standard neuropsychiatry reference. It stood as the last great single author reference text in medicine, a combination of meticulous, exhaustive research conveyed in a beautifully clear style. Now the mantle has been passed to a group of five distinguished authors and it is to their considerable credit that the attributes which made Organic Psychiatry such a distinctive voice remain. The fourth Edition of Lishman's Organic Psychiatry is a rich blend of detailed clinical inquiry and up to date neuroscience. It should be on every psychiatrist;s book shelf."--Anthony Feinstein, MPhil, PhD., FRCP, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, CanadaOver the past 30 years, thousands of physicians have depended on Lishman's Organic Psychiatry. Its authoritative and reliable clinical guidance was - and still is - beyond compare.The new edition of this classic textbook has now been extensively revised by a team of five authors, yet it follows the tradition of the original single-authored book. It continues to provide a comprehensive review of the cognitive, emotional and behavioural consequences of cerebral disorders and their manifestations in clinical practice. Enabling clinicians to formulate incisive diagnoses and appropriate treatment strategies, Lishman's Organic Psychiatry is an invaluable source of information for practising psychiatrists, neurologists and trainees.This new edition:covers recent theoretical and clinical developments, with expanded sections on neuropsychology and neuroimagingincludes a new chapter on sleep disorders whilst the chapters on Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, Epilepsy, Movement disorders and Traumatic brain injury have been extensively revised reflecting the greatly improved understanding of their underlying pathophysiologiesshowcases the huge advances in brain imaging and important discoveries in the fields of molecular biology and molecular geneticshas been enhanced with the inclusion of more tables and illustrations to aid clinical assessmentincorporates important diagnostic tools such as magnetic resonance brain images.

Lissy's Friends

by Grace Lin

What do you do when you're new in school? If you're Lissy, you make a friend. A paper friend. And to Lissy's surprise, her little origami bird opens its eyes and winks at her! So she quickly makes more friends. Soon Lissy has more friends than she can count! But what do you do when your friends have to leave? If you're Lissy, you make another friend ... but this time one that stays. Utterly imaginative and charming, Lissy's Friends is a wonderfully fresh take on the importance of friendship.

The List

by Anne Calhoun

Who's on top? Matchmaker and stationery shop owner Matilda Davies brings people together. For those on her list, Tilda will find the man or woman of their dreams--whether it's for an hour or a lifetime. But due to a painful past, the British expat has never put her own name on the list. Instead, she limits herself to emotionless and commitment-free hookups. Then she meets Daniel, who wants not just her body, but also her heart... Daniel Logan hides the soul of a poet under the suit and tie of an FBI agent. Specializing in financial crimes, he pieces together stories of greed and ensures justice is done. He plays by the rules--until he meets Tilda. He's drawn in by her passion as well as her mysteriousness. Daniel knows that no matter her secrets, he's the perfect match for Tilda. But even pleasure doesn't come with a guarantee...

The List

by Karin Tanabe

Meet Adrienne Brown, a twenty-eight-year-old Wellesley College grad who recently left her glamorous job at Town & Country for a spot at the Capitolist. Known simply as the List to Beltway insiders, it's the only media outlet in D.C. that's actually on the rise. Taking the job means accepting a painful pay cut, giving up perks like free Louboutins, and moving back in with her parents, but Adrienne is certain that her new position will be the making of her career. And it is--but not at all in the way that she expects. The Capitolist runs at an insane pace: Adrienne's up before five in the morning, writing ten stories a day (sometimes on her BlackBerry, often during her commute), and answering every email within three minutes. Just when it seems like the frenetic workload is going to break her, she stumbles upon a juicy political affair, involving a very public senator--and her most competitive colleague. Discovering that there's much more to the relationship than meets the eye, Adrienne realizes she's got the scoop of a lifetime. But should she go public with the story? Inspired by Washington insider Karin Tanabe's experiences at Politico, The List is a riveting debut novel bursting with behind-the-scenes details about what happens when media and politics collide.

The List

by Lewis Sherri L.

Single and satisfied? Not Michelle, Angela and Lisa. These saved but sexy, successful black women think they're getting too old to keep waiting on God to send their soul mates. Under the protective eye of their more spiritual sister-girlfriend, Vanessa, and the scrutiny of newly saved but still sarcastic manhater, Nicole, the ladies go on a hilarious adventure to "be found" by their husbands. Armed with their list of essential must-haves, would-be-nices, icing-on-the-cakes, and deal-breakers, they start their search . . . but soon encounter issues specific to the saved woman on the dating scene. Is online dating okay for Christians? How long do you wait before you tell the hottie you just met that you're celibate and plan to stay so until married? He's too fine to pass up;how saved does he really need to be? And of course, how do you keep things holy when he's oh-so-sexy?It's not long before they realize they still have to trust God to know what's best for them, and that He loves them enough to send them everything on The List.

The List

by Steve Martini

A bold and successful scheme to outwit the biggest players in publishing and film animates this novel by the bestselling author of The Judge--a suspenseful thriller in which the price of fame becomes terror. Gable Cooper has penned a novel to kill for. Six million dollars in book and film rights are looming just off the table for this unknown author. But there is a problem: Gable Cooper doesn't exist. Abby Chandlis is an attorney turned novelist and the creator of Gable Cooper. In an age when glamour, not grammar, is often the secret to selling books, Abby has an intriguing plan to keep her writing career alive: find a charismatic male face to pose as the phantom author for the knock-dead thriller she has written. Jack Jermaine is a man with dangerous good looks and a shadowy past. Trained by the military to kill, his obsession is to pen a blockbuster book. He has a trunk filled with rejected manuscripts and a gnawing problem that has turned him bitter: Jack can't write. Desperate to find a man to play the role of Gable Cooper, Abby is about to give up when Jack forces his way into her life. Reluctantly she is convinced that Jack's humor and looks will clinch success for her novel. She uses her legal wits and makes a deal with the devil. Jack becomes Gable Cooper. When Jack is propelled into the orbit of celebrity, Abby finds herself at once seduced and trapped by her own creation. Success turns to terror. The story careens from the Pacific Northwest to New York City and finally through the islands of the Caribbean as Abby races for her life to the one person she can trust--the one person who can prove to the world that she wrote the novel, and put an end to the nightmare that was once her dream, the dream of making The List.

The List: A Love Story in 781 Chapters

by Aneva Stout

The blind date with a gluten allergy. The ex who can't stop talking about the French girlfriend who dumped him. The cute young bartender who knows how to make a Manhattan straight up. And, of course, Mr. Right-- who looks like Liam Neeson, writes poetry like e.e. cummings, plays the guitar like Jimmy Page. Until he turns out to be a complete and total jerk. Narrated in 781 chapters-- "The List" is an irresistible look at love, dating, friendship, sex, cats, thongs, and shopping. And a story that's as pleasurable, as interesting, as gossipy, as truthful, as reassuring, as compelling, as sane, as necessary as a late-night phone call to your best friend ever. Pour a cup of tea, curl up on the couch, and read to your heart's content.

Listen

by Rene Gutteridge

Nothing ever happens in the small town of Marlo . . . until the residents begin seeing their private conversations posted online for everyone to read. Then it's neighbor against neighbor, friend against friend, as paranoia and violence escalate. The police scramble to identify the person responsible for the posts and pull the plug on the Website before it destroys the town. But what responsibility do the people of the town have for the words they say when they think no one is listening? Life and death are in the power of the tongue.

Listen!

by Stephanie S. Tolan

Charley knows a lot about pain. She endures it when she walks on her newly shattered leg, she sees it when her father buries himself in an eighty-hour work week, and she runs from it when she sees photographs her mother took before her death. Then one day, Charley meets a wild, abused dog that knows as much about pain as she does, and, despite herself, she feels an immediate connection and vows to help him. But how will one heartbroken girl help mend the battered spirit of an untamable dog?

Listen Again: A Momentary History of Pop Music

by Eric Weisbard

Arguing that pop music turns on moments rather than movements, the essays in Listen Again pinpoint magic moments from a century of pop eclecticism, looking at artists who fall between genre lines, songs that sponge up influences from everywhere, and studio accidents with unforeseen consequences. Listen Again collects some of the finest presentations from the celebrated Experience Music Project Pop Conference, where journalists, musicians, academics, and other culturemongers come together once each year to stretch the boundaries of pop music culture, criticism, and scholarship. Building a history of pop music out of unexpected instances, critics and musicians delve into topics from the early-twentieth-century black performer Bert Williams's use of blackface, to the invention of the Delta blues category by a forgotten record collector named James McKune, to an ER cast member's performance as the Germs' front man Darby Crash at a Germs reunion show. Cuban music historian Ned Sublette zeroes in on the signature riff of the garage-band staple "Louie, Louie. " David Thomas of the pioneering punk band Pere Ubu honors one of his forebears: Ghoulardi, a late-night monster-movie host on Cleveland-area TV in the 1960s. Benjamin Melendez discusses playing in a band, the Ghetto Brothers, that Latinized the Beatles, while leading a South Bronx gang, also called the Ghetto Brothers. Michaelangelo Matos traces the lineage of the hip-hop sample "Apache" to a Burt Lancaster film. Whether reflecting on the ringing freedom of an E chord or the significance of Bill Tate, who performed once in 1981 as Buddy Holocaust and was never heard from again, the essays reveal why Robert Christgau, a founder of rock criticism, has called the EMP Pop Conference "the best thing that's ever happened to serious consideration of pop music. " Contributors. David Brackett, Franklin Bruno, Daphne Carr, Henry Chalfant, Jeff Chang, Drew Daniel, Robert Fink, Holly George-Warren, Lavinia Greenlaw, Marybeth Hamilton, Jason King, Josh Kun, W. T. Lhamon, Jr. , Greil Marcus, Michaelangelo Matos, Benjamin Melendez, Mark Anthony Neal, Ned Sublette, David Thomas, Steve Waksman, Eric Weisbard

Listen, Children, Listen: An Anthology of Poems for the Very Young

by Myra Cohn Livingston

William Shakespeare, Carl sandburg, Langston Hughes, Walter de la Mare, Vachel Lindsay, and William Butler Yeats are just a few of the authors featured in this book. The Lamb, Carol of the Brown Man, Calico Pie, and The Yak are just a few of the poems to be enjoyed.

Listen My Children: Poems for first graders

by The Editors at the CORE KNOWLEDGE FOUNDATION

This book is part of a six-volume series which collects all the poems in the Core Knowledge Sequence for kindergarten through fifth grade. Each volume includes occasional notes about the poems and biographical sketches about the poems' authors, but the focus is really the poems themselves. Some have been chosen because they reflect times past; others because of their literary fame; still others were selected because they express states of mind shared by many children.

Listen My Flowerbud: Mising Tribal Oral Poetry of Assam

by Jiban Narah Moushumi Kandali

Moushumi's work has a number of themes but her strong narrative voice runs through all the stories. In English and Assamese.

Listen, My Son

by Lee Butler Homer Ashby

Straight talk about what it means to be African American men. "Let's have a conversation. Let's talk man-to-man and brother-to-brother. Let's talk about how we grow into adults and what manhood means. Let's talk brother-to-brother and man-to-man about how we relate to one another as we grow into adults. Let's talk about what defines our maleness and our manhood. Let's talk brother-to-brother as African American men. Let's talk openly and honestly about what it means to be black men and American. We can no longer assume that we all know what it means to be African American men. This is a conversation that is long overdue. Let's talk together and listen to one another. This is our time to talk instead of being talked about. It is time for us to shed the unhealthy images and opinions that we have accepted as the standards of what it means to be Black men. The benefits of our talk will transform our souls as well as benefit all the girls and women in our lives." from the book

Listen to the Dead

by Randall Peffer

Inspired by one of the largest unsolved cases of serial killings in the United States, the New Bedford Serial Killings of 1988.Harbormaster Corby Church finds the bones of a human body on Bird Island off Cape Cod. As brassy, young police detective Yemanja Colon struggles with the case, she realizes that Church may know more than he's letting on, and a trip he took to the Bahamas in the '80s may prove the key.

Listen to the Rain

by John Archambault Bill Martin Jr.

Bill Martin Jr. and John Archambault evoke the beauty and the mystery, and the sounds and the silences-- of rain. Listen to the rain, the whisper of the rain, the slow soft sprinkle, the drip-drop tinkle, the first wet whisper of the rain. Their marvelous ear for the melodies and rhythm of language, combined with James Endicott's spare, almost abstract paintings, have created a lyrical book with a haunting power-- perfect for reading aloud on a rainy day. An NCTE Notable Trade Book for the Language Arts.

Listen to the Silence (Sharon McCone Book 20)

by Marcia Muller

In the midst of celebrating a joyous wedding, Sharon McCone gets word that her father has died. As she goes thru the rituals of death, the last one leads to a discovery that will change everything...

Listen to the Warm

by Rod Mckuen

Love, loneliness, alienation, and the need for human contact are the themes of McKuen's poems.

Listen Up, Honey

by Thelma Wells

Thelma Wells is a mentor and a friend. Catch her on the run at a Women of Faith conference, or spend a year in her mentoring class, and you're going to be nourished by someone who understands real life and a real relationship with God. As a child, she suffered abuse; as an adult, she is the personal manifestation of love and acceptance. Inspired by the bumblebee who works hard to sweeten the lives of others, Thelma is the queen bee. With bite-sized morsels of wit and reality-based wisdom, flavored always with kindness and grace, Listen Up, Honey! brings sweetness to life without sugar-coating it.

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