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Vixen 03 (Dirk Pitt #5)

by Clive Cussler

A Dirk Pitt novel

The Vixen Manual: How to Find, Seduce, & Keep the Man You Want

by Karrine Steffans

Since she exploded on the scene with her two juicy and impossible-to-put-down tell-alls, readers have wanted to know even more about what makes Karrine Steffans tick. How was she able to meet all the high profile politicians, movie stars, and other celebrities that are her close acquaintances? What skills does she possess to keep men wanting more? Finally, Karrine lays it all out and explains exactly what a woman must do to win over the man of her dreams. With chapters like "Never Let Him See You Sweat,""Flirting,""Encouraging His Manhood," and "Give Him What He Wants," this hot and sexy manual is a must-have for every woman's bookshelf.

Vocabulary for Achievement (1st Course)

by Margaret Ann Richek

Definitions for the three hundred words are taught in this textbook. This book guides students on how to use the dictionary, pronounce words and improve their vocabulary.

Vocabulary for the College-Bound Student

by Harold Levine Norman Levine Robert T. Levine

To provide meaningful, organized vocabulary improvement for the high school student whose goals may be college admission, a responsible position, or self-improvement.

Vocabulary from Classical Roots A

by Norma Fifer Nancy Flowers

Ideal for students mastering a growing content-area vocabulary in social studies, science, and mathematics multisyllabic Greek- and Latin-based words help students unlock the meanings of literally thousands of words.

Vocabulary from Classical Roots C

by Norma Fifer

Vocabulary from Classical Roots encourages you to look at words as members of families in the way astronomers see stars as parts of constellations. You will become acquainted with constellations of words descended from Greek and Latin, visible in families that cluster around such subjects as the human being, kinds of mental activity, and aspects of daily life.

Vocabulary Instruction, Second Edition

by Edward Kame'Enui James F. Baumann

This highly regarded work brings together prominent authorities on vocabulary teaching and learning to provide a comprehensive yet concise guide to effective instruction. The book showcases practical ways to teach specific vocabulary words and word-learning strategies and create engaging, word-rich classrooms. Instructional activities and games for diverse learners are brought to life with detailed examples. Drawing on the most rigorous research available, the editors and contributors distill what PreK-8 teachers need to know and do to support all students' ongoing vocabulary growth and enjoyment of reading. New to This Edition Reflects the latest research and instructional practices. New section (five chapters) on pressing current issues in the field assessment, authentic reading experiences, English language learners, uses of multimedia tools, and the vocabularies of narrative and informational texts. Contributor panel expanded with additional leading researchers.

Vocabulary, Spelling, Poetry I (5th edition)

by James A. Chapman

English textbook for religious schools.

Vocabulary Workshop

by Holt Rinehart Winston

Use the context structure sound dictionary (CSSD) strategy to improve your vocabulary, to make new words your own. Use one or more of the strategies to determine the meanings of each words you do not known.

Vocabulary Workshop, Common Core Enriched Edition, Level B

by Jerome Shostak

A publisher-supplied textbook

Vocabulary Workshop: Level E (New Edition)

by Jerome Shostak

Vocabulary workbook that offers pronunciation, definitions, synonyms, and antonyms, as well as good practice.

The Voice Bible

by Thomas Nelson

The VoiceTM is a faithful dynamic equivalent translation that reads like a story with all the truth and wisdom of God's Word. Through compelling narratives, poetry, and teaching, The Voice invites readers to enter into the whole story of God, enabling them to hear God speaking and to experience His presence in their lives. Through a collaboration of nearly 120 biblical scholars, pastors, writers, musicians, poets, and artists, The Voice recaptures the passion, grit, humor, and beauty that is often lost in the translation process. The result is a retelling of the story of the Bible in a form as fluid as modern literary works yet painstakingly true to the original manuscripts. Features include: Two-color text Italicized information added to help contemporary readers understand what original readers would have known intuitively In-text commentary notes that include cultural, historical, theological, or devotional thoughts Screenplay format, ideal for public readings and group studies Book introductions Presentation page for personalization Reading plans for Lent, Easter, Advent, and more Topical Guide to the Notes Topical Guide to the Scripture Part of the Signature Series line of Thomas Nelson Bibles The Voice Bibles sold to date: More than 308,000 Thomas Nelson Bibles is giving back through the God's Word in Action program. Donating a portion of profits to World Vision, we are helping to eradicate poverty and preventable deaths among children. Learn more and discover what you can do at www.seegodswordinaction.com.

A Voice in the Night (Tom and Ricky Mystery Series - Set 2)

by Bob Wright

A high-interest, low vocabulary reader. Everyone has strange dreams sometimes. But why are people all over town having the same strange dream night after night?

The Voice New Testament

by Thomas Nelson

The VoiceTM Bible translation is a faithful dynamic translation of the Scriptures done as a collage of compelling narratives, poetry, song, truth, and wisdom. The Voice calls the reader to step into the whole story of Scripture and experience the joy and wonder of God's revelation. Created for and by a church in great transition, The Voice uniquely represents collaboration among scholars, pastors, writers, musicians, poets, and other artists, giving great attention to the beauty of the narrative. The heart of The Voice is retelling the story of the Bible in a form as fluid as modern literary works yet remaining painstakingly true to the original manuscripts. This translation promotes the public reading of longer sections of Scripture--followed by thoughtful engagement with the biblical narrative in its richness and fullness and dramatic flow. This is an updated and revised version of the New Testament edition, now at an even more affordable price.Features include:Italicized information added to help contemporary readers understand what the original readers would have known intuitivelyIn-text commentary notes include cultural, historical, theological, or devotional thoughtsScreenplay format, ideal for public readings and group studiesBook introductions

Voice of the Demon (The Books of Elita #2)

by Kate Jacoby

The Enemy, the Ally and the Angel of Darkness have been named... and the prophecy of the Key is coming to pass. The Enemy is Robert Douglas, banished because he will neither bow to the will of the ruling council nor use his sorcerous powers to overthrow the usurper King Selar. The Ally is Jenn, now returned to her family and learning to live the life of a noblewoman, whilst using her own powers secretly to help those disobeying the Guide's punitive new laws. The Angel of Darkness masquerades an Alderman, using his position close to the king to foment his own dastardly plans for Lusara. And the Enemy, the Ally and the Angel of Darkness must each face their own greatest weaknesses.

Voice Over

by Paul Auster Celine Curiol Sam Richard

A lonely young woman works as an announcer in Paris's gare du Nord train station. Obsessed with a man attached to another woman, she wanders through the world of dinner parties, shopping excursions, and chance sexual encounters with a sense of haunting expectation. As something begins to happen between her and the man she loves, she finds herself at a crossroads, pitting her desire against her sanity. This smashing debut novel sparkles with mordant humor and sexy charm.

Voiceovers

by Janet Wilcox

Ever been told you have a great voice? Put it to use with a career as a voice-over actor! In Voice-Overs, a veteran voice-over actor, writer, producer, and voice-over teacher provides the inside scoop on the industry and gives all the tools needed for personal training. A treasure trove of exercises, games, and improv and acting techniques helps readers build their skills. Sample scripts from real ads provide practice, and interviews with agents, casting directors, and producers provide insights that will help new voice-over actors get started and get hired. Tips on making a demo, auditioning, getting an agent, interpreting copy, developing a personal marketing plan, and much more mean that soon that great voice will be bringing in income as well as compliments.

Voices from D-Day

by Jon E. Lewis

Voices From D-Day features classic accounts by soldiers such as Rommel and Bradley, together with frontline reports by some of the world's finest authors and war correspondents, including Ernest Hemingway and Alan Melville. Published to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Normandy landings, highlights of this unique collection include the break-out from Omaha beach as told by the GI who led it, a French housewife's story of what it was like to wake up to the invasion, German soldiers' accounts of finding themselves facing the biggest seaborne invasion in history, a view from the command post by a member of Eisenhower's staff, combat reports, diaries and letters of British veterans of all forces and services, and accounts of the follow-up battle for Normandy, one of the bloodiest struggles of the war.

Voices in Our Blood: America's Best on the Civil Rights Movement

by Jon Meacham

Voices in Our Blood is a literary anthology of the most important and artful interpretations of the civil rights movement, past and present. It showcases what forty of the nation's best writers -- including Maya Angelou, James Baldwin, Ralph Ellison, William Faulkner, John Steinbeck, Alice Walker, Robert Penn Warren, Eudora Welty, and Richard Wright -- had to say about the central domestic drama of the American Century. Editor Jon Meacham has chosen pieces by journalists, novelists, historians, and artists, bringing together a wide range of black and white perspectives and experiences. The result is an unprecedented and powerful portrait of the movement's spirit and struggle, told through voices that resonate with passion and strength. Maya Angelou takes us on a poignant journey back to her childhood in the Arkansas of the 1930s. On the front page of The New York Times, James Reston marks the movement's apex as he describes what it was like to watch Martin Luther King, Jr., deliver his heralded "I Have a Dream" speech in real time. Alice Walker takes up the movement's progress a decade later in her article"Choosing to Stay at Home: Ten Years After the March on Washington. "And John Lewis chronicles the unimaginable courage of the ordinary African Americans who challenged the prevailing order, paid for it in blood and tears, and justly triumphed. Voices in Our Blood is a compelling look at the movement as it actually happened, from the days leading up to World War II to the anxieties and ambiguities of this new century. The story of race in America is a never-ending one, and Voices in Our Blood tells us how we got this far--and how far we still have to go to reach the Promised Land.

Voices of a People's History of the United States

by Howard Zinn Anthony Arnove

Here in their own words are Frederick Douglass, George Jackson, Chief Joseph, Martin Luther King Jr., Plough Jogger, Sacco and Vanzetti, Patti Smith, Bruce Springsteen, Mark Twain, and Malcolm X, to name just a few of the hundreds of voices that appear in Voices of a People's History of the United States, edited by Howard Zinn and Anthony Arnove. Paralleling the twenty-four chapters of Zinn's A People's History of the United States, Voices of a People's History is the long-awaited companion volume to the national bestseller. For Voices, Zinn and Arnove have selected testimonies to living history--speeches, letters, poems, songs--left by the people who make history happen but who usually are left out of history books--women, workers, nonwhites. Zinn has written short introductions to the texts, which range in length from letters or poems of less than a page to entire speeches and essays that run several pages. Voices of a People's History is a symphony of our nation's original voices, rich in ideas and actions, the embodiment of the power of civil disobedience and dissent wherein lies our nation's true spirit of defiance and resilience.

Voices of a Summer Day

by Irwin Shaw

A man's past calls to him as he relives his successes and his mistakesBenjamin Federov has lived a thoroughly American life. The son of immigrants, husband to a lovely wife, and father to two healthy sons, he is successful in business, and blessed with good health. During a lazy 1964 summer afternoon at his son's baseball game, Ben reminisces on the triumphs and failures of his past fifty years. He recalls the comedy of his youth and the horrors of World War II, his alienation as a second-generation child in America and the tenderness of his first love. Insightful and evocative, Voices of a Summer Day is an enchanting story about a man's life and an unforgettable look at the power of memory. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Irwin Shaw including rare images and never-before-seen documents from the author's estate.

Voices Of Alzheimer's

by Elisabeth Peterson

Betsy Peterson spent fourteen years caring for her husband who was suffering from dementia, an experience that put her in touch with others inside the struggle to have or to care for someone with the disease. A combination of contributions from patients, their families, friends, and caregivers, Voices of Alzheimer's gathers the poignant stories, funny quotes, and priceless encouragement that Peterson heard and that helped her along the way. Capturing the many dimensions of the Alzheimer experience-the challenges, the struggles, the humor, and even the rewards-aVoices presents a varied, and realistic, look at what it's like to be affected by the disease. With compassion, humor, and grace, it offers the simple advice, wisdom, and understanding of others who have traveled the same uncertain path.

Voices of the Dead

by Elmore Leonard Peter Leonard

Praise for Peter Leonard's Quiver:"A spectacular debut...you will be holding your breath until the final page."- The New York Sun"Memorable characters and dialogue - come to think of it not unlike what Leonard's father, Elmore Leonard, creates."- Seattle Times"Peter Leonard has a good ear for voices, a good eye for detail, and a talent for bringing together elements that can't do anything but explode."- Thomas Perry, New York Times bestselling authorAnd for Trust Me:"Packed with unexpected twists, improbable entanglements and wry, paint-fresh dialogue you could read all day without getting bored."- The Guardian"Breathtaking is a reviewer's cliché. But it is simply the best way to describe the pace of Peter Leonard's latest offering."- The Washington Times"Trust Me is fast, sly and full of twists."- Carl Hiaasen, New York Times bestselling authorPeter Leonard has already begun to establish himself as a distinctive, must-have voice in suspense fiction. Now he delivers his most compelling, most jaw-dropping novel yet, introducing us to a character you're not likely to forget anytime soon.The year is 1971. The place is Detroit. Harry Levin, a scrap metal dealer and Holocaust survivor, has just learned that his daughter was killed in a car accident. Traveling to Washington, DC to claim the body, he learns that the accident was caused by a German diplomat who was driving drunk. This is only the beginning of the horror for Harry, though, as he discovers that the diplomat will never face charges - he has already been released and granted immunity. Enraged and aggrieved, Harry discovers the identity of his daughter's killer, follows him to Munich, and hunts him down. What Harry finds out about the diplomat and his plans will explode his life and the lives of everyone around him.Brimming with action and dark humor, Voices of the Dead, firmly positions Peter Leonard as a writer ever suspense fan needs to read.SPECIAL INTRODUCTION BY ELMORE LEONARD

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