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Kaleidoscope Eyes: A Novel

by Karen Ball

Wilderness and Weather Are Easily Overcome. But Betrayal? Annie Justice sees things differently. Her unconventional condition, synesthesia, helped make her one of the most sought-after stained-glass artists in the country. And teamed with her German shepherd, she's just as successful in her work with the K-9 Search and Rescue Team, finding people seemingly hidden from others' eyes. But no one knows her expertise for hiding the childhood insecurities that plague her--until Jed Curry comes along. Then the search for a missing child goes awry, and Jed must reveal his true identity. He's prepared for Annie's anger, but not the hurt. And neither of them is prepared for the real trial ahead--something far more sinister and dangerous than their search. Can Jed and Annie overcome their unknown enemy--and the insecurities and secrets keeping them apart--before it's too late? Someone wants Annie to fail... either that, or he wants her dead. Annie Justice has always been different, thanks to a rare condition allowing her to see things others do not. It's a blessing and a curse. The blessing? Annie and her dog, Kodi, have become one of the most effective search-and-rescue teams ever. The curse? It's kept her from the only thing she wants: to fit in. But she doesn't. Not anywhere. Jed Curry, a producer of hit reality TV shows, likes that Annie's different. Different sells. Which is why he wants her on Everyday Heroes. But Annie has no interest in the show. Or the man. Then threatening e-mails kick off events that send Annie and Kodi--and the irritating Jed Curry--straight into the path of danger. Joined in a race against time and a cunning adversary, Annie and Jed struggle to work together. Because if they don't, it could cost them--and a lost little girl in the Oregon wilderness--everything. READER'S GUIDE INCLUDED Story Behind the Book"After my mother died, I realized that the way I lived my life was essentially her legacy. This book grew from that realization. Annot ("Light"), known as Annie, has always felt like the 'odd man out.' For all her success, Annie still doesn't feel like she really belongs. To give the story realism, I drew on my own experience as a member of the Jackson County Search and Rescue organization; on a friend who has Annie's condition of synesthesia; and on my own struggles to find my place in life and to understand God's calling and purpose for the gifts He's given me." --Karen BallFrom the Trade Paperback edition.

Kaline Klattermaster's Tree House

by Peter Brown Haven Kimmel

Kaline Klattermaster LOVES his mom. ADORES his mom. But his mom can be, well, a bit forgetful sometimes. A bit lax. A bit...CRAZY. For instance, she's a bit crazy when she leaves him in the tub for THREE HOURS. Or gives him a chicken leg for breakfast...or forgets that he needs to go to school. AND he's not completely sure his mother understands how time works. She's been even a bit MORE CRAZY since his dad left. So it's a very good thing that the folks in Kaline's tree house are not so crazy. They understand him. They don't mind that he sometimes HAS to play his pretend bugle, and, of course, they are FULL of good advice on how to handle bullies. His mom hints that the tree house is imaginary. Kaline is UNCONVINCED. The New York Times bestselling author of A Girl Named Zippy is delighted to introduce Kaline Klattermaster, a little boy who understands the importance of a few good friends -- make-believe OR otherwise.

Kama Pootra

by Daniel Cole Young

52 Mind-Blowing Ways to Poop The only known translation of an ancient manual instructing readers in the art of enlightened bathroom experience, the Kama Pootra offers a thrilling rediscovery of the tiled path to porcelain nirvana. Willing seekers will find fifty-two progressive positions designed to maximize how you do number two. Every time the bathroom door closes, a new experience awaits.

The Kama Sutra of Vatsyayana

by Sir Richard Francis Burton Margot Anand

Sir Richard F. Burton's translation of The Kama Sutra remains one of the best English interpretations of this early Indian treatise on politics, social customs, love, and intimacy. Its crisp style set a new standard for Sanskrit translation.The Kama Sutra stands uniquely as a work of psychology, sociology, Hindu dogma, and sexology. It has been a celebrated classic of Indian literature for 1,700 years and a window for the West into the culture and mysticism of the East. This Modern Library Paperback Classic reprints the authoritative text of Sir Richard F. Burton's 1883 translation. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Kamasutra: Complete English Translation of Sanskrit Text

by Wendy Doniger Sudhir Kakar Mallanaga Vatsyayana

The Kamasutra is the oldest extant Hindu textbook of erotic love. It is not, as most people think, a book about the positions in sexual intercourse. It is a book about the art of living--about finding a partner, maintaining power in a marriage, committing adultery, living as or with a courtesan, using drugs--and also about the positions in sexual intercourse.

Kami and the Yaks

by Andrea Stenn Stryer

Just before the start of a new trek, a Sherpa family discovers that their yaks are missing. Young Kami, anxious to help his brother and father maintain their livelihood, sets off by himself to find the wandering herd. A spunky deaf child who is unable to speak, Kami attempts to summon the yaks with his shrill whistle. Failing to rout them, he hustles up the steep mountainside to search the yaks' favorite grazing spots. On the way he encounters the rumblings of a fierce storm which quickly becomes more threatening. Surmounting his fear of being alone in the midst of treacherous lightning and hail, Kami uses his heightened sense of observation to finally locate the yaks. Reunited with their animals, the astonished family is once again able to transport their gear and guide the mountain climbers into the majestic terrain.

Kamikaze Diaries: Reflections of Japanese Student Soldiers

by Emiko Ohnuki-Tierney

This moving history presents diaries and correspondence left by members of the tokkotai and other Japanese student soldiers who perished during the war.

Kamishibai Man

by Allen Say

Using two very different and remarkable styles of art, Caldecott medalist Allen Say tells a tale within a tale, transporting readers seamlessly to the Japan of his childhood, when he used to come running with the children of his own neighborhood at the sound of the kamishibai man's clappers.

Kampfflieger: Bomber Crewman of the Luftwaffe 1939-45

by Robert Stedman Adam Hook

The Kampfflieger are relatively unknown within aviation circles, although many of them had careers as distinguished as those of their fighter-pilot counterparts. The men of the bomber crews did not enjoy the luxury of combat tours - they flew until they died or became unfit for combat duty. This book studies the attitudes, beliefs and motivation of the average crewman, following him through recruitment and training to experience on campaign in western Europe, Africa and the Russian front during World War II (1939-1945), detailing the exploits and trials of the famous Ju 87 'Stuka' dive-bomber crews and their own crucial part in Germany's war effort.

Kanada

by Eva Wiseman

Kanada. The name meant untold riches and promise to Jutka, a young Hungarian girl who was captivated by stories of a vast, majestic country where people were able to breathe free of hatred and prejudice. Freedom was in short supply, but hatred was everywhere in Hungary as hundreds of thousands of Jews were deported to concentration camps during the last year of WWII. Jutka, her friends, and her family are sent to Auschwitz.In that hellish place, there was another Kanada. It was the ironic name given to the storehouse at Auschwitz where the possessions -- clothing and jewelry -- stripped from the victims were deposited, and where Jutka was put to work. The war may have ended, but it did not end the suffering of many of the inmates of concentration camps. Many had no homes to go to, and if they did, they were not welcome. Hundreds went back to Poland and were murdered. Famished, diseased, and homeless, they lived in the hopelessness of camps, wondering if they could ever find a home in the world. Some went to Israel, but for Jutka there was only one dream left her -- the dream of a country full of hope, where she would no longer have to live in fear.Eva Wiseman's powerful novel describes the war and its long, difficult aftermath with compassion and tenderness.From the Trade Paperback edition.

Kanban Made Simple

by John M. Gross Kenneth R. Mcinnis

Originally developed at Toyota, the approach to manufacturing known as Kanban has helped revolutionize how corporations and suppliers achieve maximum efficiency in getting products to and from the assembly line. When implemented properly, the Kanban technique minimizes waste, avoids overproduction, and ensures quick response to changes and problems. Kanban Made Simple is the first simple 'how-to' guide for incorporating the just-in-time ingenuity of the Kanban system into any manufacturing environment. From the Japanese word for "visual record," the technique dictates that suppliers deliver parts to the warehouse only as they are needed, reducing storage in the production area. Using before-and-after case studies, this easy-to-follow guide contains information on establishing project goals, forming a Kanban team, and designing the process. Kanban Made Simple helps readers decide if Kanban is right for their organization, then teaches them how to train personnel and administer the program. A ready-to-use CD-ROM, included with the book, guides the Kanban team through the entire implementation process.

The Kandy-Kolored Tangerine-Flake Streamline Baby

by Tom Wolfe

Bestselling author Tom Wolfe introduces the 1960s through essays about extravagant new styles of life, the Beatles, bouffant hairdos, Kar Kustomizers, and much more.

Kane and Abel (Kane and Abel #2)

by Jeffrey Archer

William Lowell Kane and Abel Rosnovski, one the son of a Boston millionaire, the other a penniless polish immigrant-born on the same day near the turn of the century on opposite sides of the world-are brought together by fate and the quest of a dream. Two men - ambitious, powerful, ruthless - are locked in a relentless struggle to build an empire, fueled by their all-consuming hatred.Over sixty years and three generations, through war, marriage, fortune, and disaster, Kane and Abel battle for the success and triumph that only one man can have...

Kanesbrake

by Jennifer Blair

When famous woman reporter Nora Kane offered to let Laurie Masters use the old Mississippi mansion that Nora had inherited, Laurie eagerly accepted. Ever since Laurie lost her husband and child in a tragic accident, the young widow's life had been a nightmare. Perhaps amid the calm and beauty of Kanesbrake her heart would mend. But soon this promise of peace was broken when a dead man's belongings revealed there was a vicious drug ring in the area. Who was the head of it? The handsome doctor who made Laurie's pulse beat a little too fast? The brilliant young lawyer who was clearly out to turn Laurie's head? The chic Southern belle whose sugar-coated words of welcome seemed to conceal a deadly venom? Laurie did not know. She only knew that her life was in grave peril until she discovered who was her friend and who was her deadly enemy.

Kangaroo Care

by Susan Ludington-Hoe

From an internationally-known expert in child health, here is a dramatically new approach to caring for premature babies--and a wonderful new role for parents. Filled with information about the special needs of fragile newborns and illustrated with step-by-step photos.

Kangaroos

by Beverley Randell

This is a great book for kids to learn about kangaroos.

Kangaroos and Other Marsupials (World Book's Animals of the World)

by Julie A. Fenton

Have you always wondered what the difference between a Kangaroo, a Wallabee, and a Wallaroo is? Did you know that when Tasmanian Devils are angry their ears turn bright red? Did you know that Koalas smell like cough drops? Find out the answers to these and other fascinating facts in this informative book on marsupials, animals with pouches.

Kangaroos (Australian Animal Discovery Library)

by Lynn M. Stone

From the book jacket: THE AUSTRALIAN ANIMAL LIBRARY Discover six of the weird and wonderful animals of Australia, the island continent "down under." Read about their curious habits, their conflicts with people, and their future. Crocodiles Dingoes Kangaroos Koalas Tasmanian Devils Wombats

Kangaroos (Nature's Children)

by Bill Ivy

In this book you will learn about the kangaroo and many interesting things about them. Some kangaroos can climb trees, swim and run or rather hop faster than you can.

Kansas

by Patricia D. Netzley

KidHaven's "Seeds of a Nation series provides an understanding of the people, events, and ideas that influenced the creation of each state. Each book looks at a state's history from the original inhabitants to the first explorers to reach the area, to settlement and statehood.

Kansas City Chiefs (NFL Today)

by Loren Stanley

It was fourth and inches. This play would determine the conference championship. Everyone in the stadium, including the defensive team, knew the ball would be given to Smith. The question was, could he be stopped . . . ? Great moments in the National Football League can take the form of many things: a blocked punt, a breathtaking interception, or an explosive run. For fans of professional football, such moments bring to life all the excitement and drama that characterize the best of the sport. Now you can capture these moments in Creative's exciting series called NFL Today. Color photos, lively text, and informative sidebars chronicle the history and drama of the 30 NFL teams. This books catches young readers' interest in pro football and run with it, sparking memories of their favorite plays and most admired players.

Kansas City Christmas

by Julie Miller

A detective with no badge, Edward Kincaid's brooding nature scared medical examiner Holly Masterson, but couldn't dim her holiday spirit. It was when she attracted a stalker that the most wonderful time of the year turned into the most frightening. Working together to reveal a conspiracy too many people had died covering up, Holly found Edward's protection--and powerful embrace--hard to resist. Now, as new clues surfaced, could she bust the case wide open and give her silent knight the Christmas miracle he deserved?

Kansas City Lightning

by Stanley Crouch

Kansas City Lightning: The Rise and Times of Charlie Parker is the first installment in the long-awaited portrait of one of the most talented and influential musicians of the twentieth century, from Stanley Crouch, one of the foremost authorities on jazz and culture in America. Throughout his life, Charlie Parker personified the tortured American artist: a revolutionary performer who used his alto saxophone to create a new music known as bebop even as he wrestled with a drug addiction that would lead to his death at the age of thirty-five. Drawing on interviews with peers, collaborators, and family members, Kansas City Lightning recreates Parker's Depression-era childhood; his early days navigating the Kansas City nightlife, inspired by lions like Lester Young and Count Basie; and on to New York, where he began to transcend the music he had mastered. Crouch reveals an ambitious young man torn between music and drugs, between his domineering mother and his impressionable young wife, whose teenage romance with Charlie lies at the bittersweet heart of this story. With the wisdom of a jazz scholar, the cultural insights of an acclaimed social critic, and the narrative skill of a literary novelist, Stanley Crouch illuminates this American master as never before.

Kansas Troubles (Benni Harper #3)

by Earlene Fowler

What happens when Bennie Harper finally meets her in-laws? Who will turn up dead?

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