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Double Trouble

by Franklin W. Dixon

Another hit trilogy featuring Frank and Joe Hardy!#25: Double Trouble launches the next three-book arc storyline, featuring a teen celebrity being stalked, with a twin brother who adds some interesting complications into the mix.

Double Trouble #1: Show & Tell

by Abby Klein John Mckinley

Look out, second grade -- here comes trouble! From the author of the bestselling Ready, Freddy! series comes a whole new set of adventures! Freddy's twin cousins, Kasey and Kelly, are twice the fun, and DOUBLE the TROUBLE! Kelly and Kasey are twin sisters who share everything -- especially their knack for causing trouble! In the first book of this hilarious new series, the twins can't wait for Pet Day at school. They have so many pets to choose from! Should they bring Zippy the turtle? Honey Buns the rabbit? Skippy the hamster? Harry the tarantula? Whatever they decide, one thing is certain: Pet Day is going to be trouble!

Double Trouble #2: April Fool's Surprise

by Abby Klein John Mckinley

Look out, second grade -- here comes trouble! Twin sisters Kelly and Kasey are always getting into some kind of trouble. So of course April Fool's is their favorite holiday! This year the twins have plans to fool everyone, all day long -- including the ultimate trick. This year, Kelly and Kasey are pulling a twin switcheroo! But can they fool the whole second grade?

Double Trouble In Recovery

by Howard Vogel

Since 1989, clients with severe co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders have found experience, strength, and hope through the Twelve Step group Double Trouble in Recovery (DTR). This is the equivalent to the Alcoholics Anonymous Book for those dealing with severe mental illness and addiction. Priced economically for distribution to group members.

Double Trouble (Magic Kitten)

by Sue Bentley

Kim can't wait for her cousin Mia and her Siamese cat to visit. But when they arrive, neither are as nice as Kim remembers. Mia and her cat soon make Kim miserable, but Kim discovers a silver kitten and things seem to get magically better.

Double Trouble Monsters (The Bailey City Monsters #5)

by Debbie Dadey Marcia Thornton Jones

From the book Jacket: Bailey City is full of some pretty weird grown-ups. It is the perfect place for the spooky Hauntly Manor Inn. Could a mad scientist really be working with Hilda Hauntly on a secret formula to clone monsters? Check out who's visiting Hauntly Manor Inn. Hilda and Professor E. Gore entered the laboratory and went straight over to two large wooden tables. Two long figures, covered by white sheets, lay on the tables. "Those lumps look like they have feet," Annie said nervously. "They look like people," Ben said matter-of-factly. "If they're people," Jane whispered, "they don't look alive." "Oh, no," Annie gasped. "The Hauntlys are making monsters. We are in trouble! Double MONSTER Trouble!"

Double Victory: A Multicultural History of America In World War II

by Ronald T. Takaki

It is no small irony, historian Ronald Takaki observes, that the armed struggle for democracy abroad "was accompanied by a disregard for our nation's declaration that 'all men are created equal' in the form of institutional racism of many kinds, from the segregation of African American units to the imprisonment of Japanese Americans and the refusal to grant asylum to Jewish refugees. In "Double Victory", Takaki examines the many contributions of America's minorities to the war effort, celebrating the work of Mexican farm laborers and Anglo women welders, of Navajo code talkers and Filipino foot soldiers, who proclaimed themselves to be "men, not houseboys", of Chinese American combat nurses and Asian Indian gunners. These men and women, Takaki writes, made extraordinary sacrifices in their battle against enemies without and enemies within. Although their efforts were not always appreciated at the time, they helped set in motion the struggle for civil rights that would explode two decades later.

Double Vision

by Colby Marshall

New from the author of Color Blind...FBI profiler Jenna Ramey has synesthesia, a neurological condition that causes perceptions of color to flash through her mind, triggered by seemingly unrelated stimuli. But she has learned to understand and interpret these associations. They help her do her job. They can help save lives... A little girl has witnessed a mass shooting. What she knows may be the key to finding the man responsible. Jenna has been tasked with drawing her out, figuring out what she saw, what she remembers, what it means. But Molly is an unusual child. She is sweet and bright, and eager to help, but she has a quirk of her own: an intense preoccupation with numbers. It helps her notice things that others don't. It also leads Jenna into a maze of speculation that could turn into a wild goose chase while the body count continues to rise. Jenna and Molly view the world through their own filters. In some ways, they speak different languages. Now Jenna must learn to communicate, to break Molly's code, to understand the mind of a murderer...

Double Vision

by Tricia Sullivan

When shy, psychic bookworm 'Cookie' Orbach watches television, she sees things. But not the things that you or I would see. Cookie sees The Grid - a strange, shifting landscape where human forces battle against an enemy they dare not kill. Her employer, the mysterious Dataplex Corporation, pays her well to watch this war, and asks only that she report her observations but take no direct action, which suits her passive demeanour just fine. But Cookie's quiet life is about to be shattered. Her two very different worlds are threatening to merge in a way that shouldn't really be possible. Everything is about to change. And we do mean everything...

Double Vision: The Alias Men

by F. T. Bradley

In the third book of F. T. Bradley's spy adventure series that ALA Booklist calls "hilarious" and "authentic," troublemaker Linc Baker must infiltrate the set of a Hollywood blockbuster in order to stop a terrorist's plan for worldwide destruction.After his last mission, Linc thought his undercover junior agent days were behind him, and tons of boring studying lay ahead of him. But when super-secret government agency Pandora wants your help, you don't exactly have a choice. Sinister criminal Ethan Melais is on the loose in Tinseltown, and it's up to Linc to find him.While he's on the job, Linc is snagged by a famous director to star in a movie. Add "trying to impress the cute Hollywood starlet Savannah Stone" to Linc's to-do list and this mission has suddenly become more complicated. As always, Linc's look-alike agent nemesis, Ben Green, is hot on Linc's heels, and time is running out. Can Linc nab the felon, charm Savannah, and beat Ben at his own game?

Double Vision: Code Name 711

by F. T. Bradley

Washington, DC. Where spies are everywhere. Lincoln Baker is just a regular kid. Okay, so he had this one undercover mission in Paris and, sure, he might have saved the world, but that's ancient history. He's done being a junior secret agent for Pandora. The trouble is, Pandora isn't done with him. They've received a threat on the president's life from an agent named Dagger. Now they want Linc to go to Washington, DC, to protect the first daughter, Amy. As if that's not enough, George Washington's legendary coat, rumored to make its wearer invincible, is missing. Pandora needs to find it before Dagger does. Unfortunately for Linc, his by-the-book agent nemesis, Ben Green, is already on the case. With Amy's help, Linc will have to dig deep into the history of America's first spies to beat Ben at his own game and stop Dagger before it's too late.

Double Vision (Oxygen Series, #3)

by Randall Ingermanson

Riveting suspense and fascinating scientific speculation combine to create a menacing world of danger and intrigue. Brilliant and driven, scientists Rachel and Dillon are on the verge of developing a quantum computer that could change the world. Suddenly their discovery is sabotaged and the treachery escalates. They have no choice but to run---but are they moving away from or toward the enemy?

Double Wedding

by Rosamond Du Jardin

This is the last book in the Howard series, sequel to showboat summer. Pam and Penny continue their college years. Their friend Gen gets involved with a man Pam doesn't trust, but is her hunch about him wrong? Meantime, the twins have problems to overcome before they can marry their true loves, Jeff and Mike. waiting till graduation seems almost unbearable. then Jeff's problems on the farm and a secret mike is keeping from Penny threaten the girls' happiness. Will the two couples lose their love, or will they have the double wedding the twins have always wanted? This is a satisfying book for teen girls that will please anyone who has read the first three books: double date, Double Feature, and showboat summer.

Double Whammy

by Carl Hiaasen

Thanks to a sportsman's scam that's anything but sportsmanlike, there's a body floating in Coon Bog, Florida -- and a lot that's rotten in the murky waters of big-stakes, large-mouth bass tournaments.

Double Your Money in America's Finest Companies

by Bill Staton Hirsch

A detailed guide to investing in America's Finest CompaniesBill Staton has helped thousands of investors increase their wealth with a commonsense approach to investing. It's simple, and it works: Invest in well-run, profitable companies with long histories of rising annual earnings and dividends. Now, in Double Your Money in America's Finest Companies, Staton shows readers how to achieve this goal. He reveals how to screen public companies, scrutinize their earnings history, and invest in those that consistently pay higher yearly cash dividends. Staton's longstanding method of investing allows readers to take charge of their financial future by following an approach that has proven itself time and again.

Double Your Profits

by Bob Fifer

One of the nations' foremost financial consultants shares 78 proven ways to cut costs dramatically, send productivity through the roof, and, in just six months, double profits.

Doubleblind (The Jax Series #3)

by Ann Aguirre

As a "Jumper" who navigates ships through grimspace, Sirantha Jax is used to kicking ass. So why is she suddenly chosen as an ambassador of peace?

The Doublecross Program

by Chris Bunch

M'chel Riss and the Star Risk, Ltd. team find themselves in the middle of a strange assignment: a staged bank robbery that involves putting money back. But the job soon takes an even stranger turn when they get caught up in a full-fledged war over an addictive new consumer product. The roguish mercenaries will need to rely on every resource possible to make a buck and make it out alive - in this fast-paced tale of hard-hitting action and a double-cross or three . . .

Doubletake (Cal Leandros #7)

by Rob Thurman

Half-human/half-monster Cal Leandros knows that family is a pain. But now that pain belongs to his half-brother, Niko. Niko's shady father is in town, and he needs a big favor. Even worse is the reunion being held by the devious Puck race-including the Leandros' friend, Robin- featuring a lottery that no Puck wants to win. As Cal tries to keep both Niko and Robin from paying the ultimate price for their kin, a horrific reminder from Cal's own past arrives to remind him that blood is thicker than water-and that's why it's so much more fun to spill. .

Doubleweave

by Jennifer Moore

Defy Your Loom's Limits!The conventional use for a shaft loom is to weave one layer of flat fabric, no wider than the loom. Doubleweave blows that convention out of the water. Master weaver Jennifer Moore takes a fresh and logical look at this most intriguing of weave structures while exploring its myriad possibilities. Inside you'll learn how to: Weave a fabric twice, thrice, or four times the width of your loom - with no seam Weave a fabric with intersecting layers Change the tie-up to get many structures on one warp Weave stitched, quilted, and piqué fabricsMake color magic with doubleweave blocks Pick up an infinity of patterns in a variety of structures Weave pockets, a seamless tube, many seamless tubes, a tube within a tube And so much more! With Doubleweave, you'll learn to set up your loom efficiently, to manage your shuttles and layer changes, and to finish your work effectively. Best of all, you'll learn to think in a new way about how doubleweave works on as many shafts as you have so you can apply it in fresh and creative ways. You will be a master of the magic of doubleweave.

Doubleweave

by Jennifer Moore

Defy Your Loom's Limits!The conventional use for a shaft loom is to weave one layer of flat fabric, no wider than the loom. Doubleweave blows that convention out of the water. Master weaver Jennifer Moore takes a fresh and logical look at this most intriguing of weave structures while exploring its myriad possibilities. Inside you'll learn how to: Weave a fabric twice, thrice, or four times the width of your loom - with no seam Weave a fabric with intersecting layers Change the tie-up to get many structures on one warp Weave stitched, quilted, and piqué fabricsMake color magic with doubleweave blocks Pick up an infinity of patterns in a variety of structures Weave pockets, a seamless tube, many seamless tubes, a tube within a tube And so much more! With Doubleweave, you'll learn to set up your loom efficiently, to manage your shuttles and layer changes, and to finish your work effectively. Best of all, you'll learn to think in a new way about how doubleweave works on as many shafts as you have so you can apply it in fresh and creative ways. You will be a master of the magic of doubleweave.

Doubly Dead

by Randall Silvis

Suspense and mystery jump from the page to real life when Edgar Allan Poe finds himself hot on the heels of a serial killer terrorizing Pittsburgh.

Doubt and Skepticism in Antiquity and the Renaissance

by Michelle Zerba

This book is an interdisciplinary study of the forms and uses of doubt in works by Homer, Sophocles, Aristophanes, Cicero, Machiavelli, Shakespeare, and Montaigne. Based on close analysis of literary and philosophical texts by these important authors, Michelle Zerba argues that doubt is a defining experience in antiquity and the Renaissance, one that constantly challenges the limits of thought and representation. The wide-ranging discussion considers issues that run the gamut from tragic loss to comic bombast, from psychological collapse to skeptical dexterity, and from solitary reflection to political improvisation in civic contexts and puts Greek and Roman treatments of doubt into dialogue not only with sixteenth-century texts, but with contemporary works as well. Using the past to engage questions of vital concern to our time, Zerba demonstrates that although doubt sometimes has destructive consequences, it can also be conducive to tolerance, discovery, and conversation across sociopolitical boundaries.

Doubt at Daytona

by Ken Stuckey

Boys 9-14 love fast-paced excitement, whether watching it or reading about it, and NASCAR racing provides pure action. With inside-the-pit detail, Ken Stuckey gives a realistic view of the enormously popular sport of NASCAR, with its death-defying speeds, precisely modified stock cars, fierce competition, and avid fans. Doubt at Daytona joins Doug and Paolo at NASCAR's most prestigious race, the Daytona 500. Orly's crew, which now includes Paolo, must be at their fastest for the fiercely competitive qualifying race. Their encounters with fifteen-year-old Juan-Jesus add a volatile element to the tensest contest the team has ever faced.

Doubt, Atheism, and the Nineteenth-Century Russian Intelligentsia

by Victoria Frede

The autocratic rule of both tsar and church in imperial Russia gave rise not only to a revolutionary movement in the nineteenth century but also to a crisis of meaning among members of the intelligentsia. Personal faith became the subject of intense scrutiny as individuals debated the existence of God and the immortality of the soul, debates reflected in the best-known novels of the day. Friendships were formed and broken in exchanges over the status of the eternal. The salvation of the entire country, not just of each individual, seemed to depend on the answers to questions about belief. Victoria Frede looks at how and why atheism took on such importance among several generations of Russian intellectuals from the 1820s to the 1860s, drawing on meticulous and extensive research of both published and archival documents, including letters, poetry, philosophical tracts, police files, fiction, and literary criticism. She argues that young Russians were less concerned about theology and the Bible than they were about the moral, political, and social status of the individual person. They sought to maintain their integrity against the pressures exerted by an autocratic state and rigidly hierarchical society. As individuals sought to shape their own destinies and searched for truths that would give meaning to their lives, they came to question the legitimacy both of the tsar and of Russia's highest authority, God.

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