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She's Having a Baby

by James Douglas Barron

Insider tips and advice for men on the roller-coaster ride called pregnancy and childbirth--the ideal gift for any expectant Father's Day James Barron, two-time dad, has written a funny, down-to-earth, and practical book that every man needs when his wife is expecting a baby. He offers suggestions on what to do (and how to act!) from those first moments of anticipation to the main event, including: Helping her deal with her physical and emotional changes Early pregnancy sex (getting used to the new constraints) Keeping up with insurance papers and other forms Dealing with your fears that something will go wrong Middle pregnancy sex (enjoyable surprise!) The top ten things never to say to a pregnant woman Questions you should ask the obstetrician Late pregnancy sex (challenging, but possible) Starting out--the first six weeks of fatherhood This unique book will bring a smile or two to the men--and to the women who love them--while providing precious assistance to make pregnancy the experience of a lifetime.

She's Having a Baby (The Cameo #2)

by Marie Ferrarella

The Cameo - One Special Necklace, Three Charm-Filled Romances! When vivacious MacKenzie Ryan met her dour new neighbor, it was hardly love at first sight.

She's Having His Baby

by Linda Wisdom

"Will you be the father of my baby? Jake Roberts was everything Caitlin O'Hara wanted in her baby's father--he was fun, witty and gorgeous. They'd shared every intimate detail of their lives since kindergarten. Why not a baby? Because friends didn't cross that line. No, Caitlin had to find an anonymous donor. But then, late one evening, overwhelmed by the magic of the moment, Jake gave her the night she had wanted since forever ... and unknown to him, he also gave her the baby. But how was she going to tell him he was going to be a daddy?

She's Having the Boss's Baby

by Kate Carlisle

All Systems Are Go! Ovulation cycle? Check. Estrogen level? Check. Nothing can stop Ellie Sterling's baby-making attempt at the fertility clinic. Nothing but her CEO boss-and good friend-who offers her an alternative to leaving their island headquarters: let's make a baby the old-fashioned way.It isn't that Aidan Sutherland wants to be a baby daddy; he just doesn't want to lose his senior VP. But Aidan's plans for romance and candlelight quickly turn business into pleasure. After one night with his pal Ellie, the bikini-chasing billionaire is dazed, confused and-could it be-in love?

She's in a Better Place (Fairlawn Series, Book 3)

by Angela Elwell Hunt

Jennifer Graham is struggling to make ends meet while running the Fairlawn Funeral Home, raising two children, and studying for her national board exam. Her work takes on a new dimension when Gerald Huffman, her assistant and mentor, reveals that he has a serious illness. When she learns that he and his daughter haven't spoken in years, Jen decides to help them reconcile . . . but things don't go exactly as she planned. Jennifer is longing for stability in her life . . . but she soon discovers that life isn't stagnant; it's always changing. Once again, the mortuary is a setting for lessons of laughter, love, and life.

She's No Angel

by Kira Sinclair

Lexi's Diet Tips for Naughty Girls Chocolatier Lexi Harper shares her secrets for having your cake and eating it-and him-too!1. When a craving hits, give in! It's amazing what you can do with some melted chocolate and an equally melt-in-your-mouth guy. 2. Just a tiny taste will do...unless it's a taste of architect Brett Newcomb with his icy blue eyes and killer body. 3. Then work it off-big-time! Treat yourself to all the wicked-hot sex you can get. No calories! So, go for it. After all, too much of a good thing can be sinfully delicious...

She's No Faerie Princess (The Others #10)

by Christine Warren

Queen Mab's niece, Fiona, has long been bored to tears by the intrigues of Court life. She'd prefer to cut loose at a punk club, knock back a few Thai beers, and hook up with a likely lad of similar interests. But when Fiona goes AWOL, she only gets as far as Manhattan's Inwood Park before a nasty demon nearly puts a permanent crimp in her plans--and a dark stranger sparks her desire... All work and no play make Tobias Walker one cranky werewolf. After six months of doing his part to keep the peace during the delicate negotiations between the Others and humankind, he'd like nothing more than a good night's sleep--preceded by an enthusiastic mating session. The alluring woman he rescues in the park might be the answer to his most lustful prayers, but only if they can both stay alive long enough to find out who wants her dead and why. Now, Fiona and Tobias must unravel a tangled web of treachery that spans branches of the Fae, Other, and mortal worlds, all the while falling into a dangerous attraction that could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship--or the end for them both...

She's Not There

by Mary-Ann Tirone Smith

A few days into her vacation, while biking Block Island's deserted lanes, Poppy Rice comes upon a corpse dumped in the middle of the road.

She's Not There: A Life in Two Genders

by Jennifer Finney Boylan

The exuberant memoir of a man named James who became a woman named Jenny. She's Not There is the story of a person changing genders, the story of a person bearing and finally revealing a complex secret; above all, it is a love story. By turns funny and deeply moving, Jennifer Finney Boylan explores the remarkable territory that lies between men and women, examines changing friendships, and rejoices in the redeeming power of family. She's Not There is a portrait of a loving marriage--the love of James for his wife, Grace, and, against all odds, the enduring love of Grace for the woman who becomes her "sister," Jenny. To this extraordinary true story, Boylan brings the humorous, fresh voice that won her accolades as one of the best comic novelists of her generation. With her distinctive and winning perspective, She's Not There explores the dramatic outward changes and unexpected results of life as a woman: Jenny fights the urge to eat salad, while James consumed plates of ribs; gone is the stability of "one damn mood, all the damn time." While Boylan's own secret was unusual, to say the least, she captures the universal sense of feeling uncomfortable, out of sorts with the world, and misunderstood by her peers. Jenny is supported on her journey by her best friend, novelist Richard Russo, who goes from begging his friend to "Be a man" (in every sense of the word) to accepting her as an attractive, buoyant woman. "The most unexpected thing," Russo writes in his Afterword to the book, "is in how Jenny's story we recognize our shared humanity." As James evolves into Jennifer in scenes that are by turns tender, startling, and witty, a marvelously human perspective emerges on issues of love, sex, and the fascinating relationship between our physical and our intuitive selves. Through the clear eyes of a truly remarkable woman, She's Not There provides a new window on the often confounding process of accepting ourselves.

She's Out of Control (Ashley Stockingdale Series, #2)

by Kristin Billerbeck

After moving out of her apartment, Ashley lives with her friend Kay. When Kay asks her to buy half the house, Ashley agrees. Her boyfriend, Seth, isn't close to proposing, so she sinks her savings into the deal. Then Seth gives her a puppy, and mayhem ensues. But Ashley can handle the chaos---can't she? 288 pages, softcover from Nelson.

She's the One

by Patricia Kay

A MAN THAT ATTRACTIVE OUGHT TO BE A CRIME... But Susan Pickering needed Lieutenant Brian Murphy to help her solve one--a possible case of identity theft. She had her hands full running her antiques shop and trying to keep her younger sister out of trouble. Still, the dedicated, irresistible cop seemed to know the path to a woman's heart.... Working full-time on the force and raising two teenage daughters left Brian little time to hang out with the guys, not to mention a woman. Then Susan came into the station, and Brian just knew. He also knew what happened when you tried to protect the people you loved. But somehow he had to convince Susan that he was on her side, and that their love was worth any sacrifice....

Shetland in the Shed (Animal Ark #20)

by Ben M. Baglio

Mandy is delighted to help her parents care for Polly, a friend's daughter, and the girl's beautiful Shetland pony at Animal Ark. She is surprised, however, to find that Polly has a deep-rooted fear of horses.

The Shetland Pony (Learning About Horses)

by Gail B. Stewart

Describes all aspects from breed specifics to care of these beautiful horses.

The Shetland Sheepdog (Learning About Dogs)

by Charlotte Wilcox

Introduces the history, development, uses, and care of this popular dog breed from the Shetland Islands of Scotland.

Shhh! Don't Wake The Royal Baby!

by Martha Mumford

It's chaos at the Royal Palace; the Royal Baby just won't go to sleep. Waaaaah! Waaaaah! Waaaaah! The Royal Family has tried everything to pacify the little bundle of joy; from proferring the golden royal dummy to death-defying parachute jumps with the Queen. But, just when the little one seems to be settling, another disturbance is just around the corner. From yip-yapping corgis to marching guards and noisy party planning, the palace is awash with noise. Will it ever be peaceful enough to lull the baby off to sleep? A laugh-out-loud celebration of the new addition to the Royal Family, guaranteed to raise a few giggles.

Shhh! It's a Surprise! [On Level, Grade 5]

by Marie Langley Andrew Burdan

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Shhhh!

by Suzy Kline

Constantly hushed by all the older people around her, a little girl finally goes outside and lets loose with all the noises she knows.

Shiatsu

by Corinna Somma

People must have high spiritual development to do this Shiatsu technique, because healing disease is not only by fingertip pressure. You have to have spiritual power to do healing by hand. So wrote the founder of modern Shiatsu, Tamai Tempaku, in his groundbreaking book Shiatsu Ho, published in 1919, and thereby affirmed the spiritual dimension of a highly manual art (Dubitsky, 1992). In my experience, most practitioners of Shiatsu and other forms of manual therapy are attracted to bodywork because it is a ministry of compassion that fosters wholeness, and this is a spiritual matter as much as a physical matter. Nevertheless, though we respond to a spiritual call, most of us invest considerable time, money, and effort in studying and mastering technique, in perfecting the form of the practice, which is what books like this are designed to support. Only much later, and perhaps by grace, we might discover our healing gift, the supernatural side of healing and the substance, heart, or spirit of the practice.

Shield

by Poul Anderson

Light could enter it, but no weapon known to man could penetrate its field. The Martians had given it to Koskinen because, alone among Earthmen, they trusted him. It made him the most protected man on Earth. Also the most wanted. Also the least likely to survive...

Shield of Refuge

by Carol Steward

No on saw the kidnapping--but her. Except. . . there's no evidence the crime ever happened. Officer Garrett Matthews is assigned to keep the "eyewitness," Amber Scott, out of trouble. Like his colleagues, he doesn't believe her claim. Yet when he notices a mysterious car tailing the beautiful party planner, he starts to suspect Amber's story is true. Soon Garrett finds himself getting dangerously close to the sweet lady who was in the wrong place at the wrong time. And protecting her becomes more than just a job--it's now a matter of life and death.

Shield of Stars

by Hilari Bell

Weasel fumbled the cloth aside. It was a shield, steel plate over dark wood, with rotting leather straps. It looked old, and battered, and real. A former pickpocket, Weasel is the type of boy most people would avoid. Certainly, no one would ever trust him -- except for one man. Justice Holis took Weasel off the streets, gave him a home, a job as his clerk, and a key to his house. Weasel's new life may be a bit boring, but for the first time someone actually cares about him. Now Justice Holis is the one in trouble. Arrested for treason, he will surely hang unless someone saves him -- and that someone can only be Weasel. But what can one boy do? Not much without help. So with a mysterious girl named Arisa by his side, Weasel goes in search of the Falcon, the most dangerous bandit in Deorthas, but also the one person who would be able -- and possibly willing -- to stage a prison break. But Weasel's fate changes when he stumbles upon a shield. Could this be the one said to have been lost for centuries, the one that bestows power on whoever holds it? If so, Weasel, once a lowly pickpocket, could be the most powerful person in the land. With extraordinary craftsmanship, Hilari Bell weaves a fantasy adventure story that will have readers captivated from the first word to the last.

Shield of the Sky (Stone God #1)

by Susan Krinard

Ever since witnessing a sacred ritual, Rhenna of the Free People has been isolated. Not outcast, yet not part of her tribe, she walks alone, guarding the land's borders. And growing more troubled by the changes in the wind. Anger and war are rising. The mountain-dwelling shapeshifters - partners to the Free People - are disappearing, and word has come of an evil new god:The Stone God, whose followers are known by the red stones they hold and the chaos that accompanies them. So when Rhenna hears that a shapeshifter has been captured by the Stone God's servants, she must rescue him. Now Rhenna is embroiled in a dangerous game as the forces of evil and nature fight to control humanity's future. Together with a growing band - the enigmatic shaman Tahvo, the panther shapechanger Cian and the rebel Quintus of conquered Tiberia - she must travel the world, seeking to prevent its destruction. Whatever danger lies ahead, the downfall of the Stone God has begun. . . . ;

Shield of Three Lions

by Pamela Kaufman

The return of a classic, by bestselling author Pamela Kaufman."Richly rewarding, superbly written. . . . The richness of the characters, the historical details, and the story as a whole make this novel a memorable reading experience."--Chicago Sun-Times. Eleven-year-old Alix is the daughter of the baron of Wanthwaite, whose lands along the Scottish border are among the best in England. But when her family is killed and her lands seized, Alix is forced to flee from the only home she's ever known. Her one hope of restoring her inheritance is to plead her case to King Richard the Lion Heart, who is far away in France, preparing to go on his Crusade. Alix resolves to follow him. She cuts her hair, dresses as a boy, and takes the road south to London. Disguised as a beautiful young boy, Alix is more than befriended by the handsome and mysterious King Richard, even becoming his favorite page. Their relationship sets tongues wagging and places Alix in considerable danger as the battle for Jerusalem unfolds.

The Shield of Weeping Ghosts (Forgotten Realms: Citadels #4)

by James P. Davis

The past will come back to haunt them...A group of warriors from Rashemen escorts an exiled wizard to a ruined citadel in the City of Weeping Ghosts. Once there, the wizard discovers a barbarian tribe is trying to unlock the secrets of the citadel and the weapon that destroyed it two thousand years ago. A series that centers on the citadels - castles, keeps, fortreeses, and watchtowers - of the Forgotten Realms world, each book in The Citadels series is a self-contained fantasy adventure.

The Shift Age Generations (Entering the Shift Age, eBook 4)

by David Houle

We are leaving the Information Age and transitioning into the Shift Age, a time of transformation and change that offers both great risk and incredible opportunity. In Entering the Shift Age, David Houle identifies and explains the dynamics and forces that have shaped our world and will continue to reshape our world for the next 20 years. He shows how the Shift Age means a world fully global yet focused on the individual, where the speed of change is so fast that change itself is the new norm. He also comments from the front lines of the Shift Age on issues and topics that affect our lives, from business and technology to environment, media and global culture.

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