The reptile room /
By Snicket, Lemony,
After narrowly escaping the menacing clutches of the dastardly Count Olaf, the three Baudelaire orphans are taken in by a kindly herpetologist with whom they live happily for an all-too-brief time.AR LevelAccelerated Reader AR
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Washington, DC /
By Burke, Susan
Introducing Washington, DC. Four great days in Washington, DC ; Putting Washington, DC on the map ; The history of Washington, DC ; Washington, DC at a glance ; Washington, DC through the year -- Washington, DC, area by area. Capitol Hill ; The Mall ; Penn Quarter ; The White House and Foggy Bottom ; Georgetown ; Farther afield ; Three guided walks ; Beyond Washington, DC -- Travelers' needs. Where to stay ; Restaurants, cafes, and bars ; Shopping in Washington, DC ; Entertainment in Washington, DC -- Survival guide. Practical information ; Travel information ; Washington, DC street finder.
© c2010., DK Pub.,
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Washington, D.C.
Issue for 2003 also called 1st American ed.
© c2003-, DK Pub.,
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Dragons of a vanished moon : the War of souls, volume III /
By Weis, Margaret
© c2002., Wizards of the Coast,
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Where have all the flowers gone? : the diary of Molly Mackenzie Flaherty /
By White, Ellen Emerson.
In 1968 Massachusetts, after her brother Patrick goes to fight in Vietnam, fifteen-year-old Molly records in her diary how she misses her brother, volunteers at a Veterans' Administration Hospital, and tries to make sense of the war in Vietnam and the tumultuous events in the United States. Includes historical notes.
© 2002., Scholastic,
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The witchcraft of Salem village /
By Jackson, Shirley,
Uneasiness of Salem Village -- Devil comes closer -- Black man from Boston -- Great noises by the afflicted -- Road to Gallows Hill -- Devil departs.Describes the social and religious conditions surrounding the Salem witch hunts, the extensive trials and executions and the aftermath of the hysteria.
© 1984, c1956, Random House,
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Biohistory : decline and fall of the West /
By Penman, Jim,
Includes bibliographical references.1. Of science and temperament -- 2. Food restriction -- 3. The civilization factor -- 4. Aggression -- 5. Infancy and childhood -- 6. The rise of the West -- 7. The civilization cycle -- 8. Lemming cycles -- 9. War -- 10. Recession and tyranny -- 11. Why regimes fall and civilizations collapse -- 12. Rome -- 13. The stability factor -- 14. China and India -- 15. The triumph of the fundamentalists -- 16. The decline of the West -- 17. The future.Western civilisation is on a path to destruction. In coming decades, economies will shrink, democracy will retreat and nations crumble. The long-term result will be grinding poverty, superstition and disease. This isn't scaremongering - it is science. In 'Biohistory: the decline and fall of the West', Dr Jim Penman, details a revolutionary new theory about why civilizations collapse. For the first time, Penman directly links human biology with the rise and fall of civilisations - a cataclysmic relationship that brought the Romans, the ancient Greeks and all other Empires to their knees. Based on pioneering scientific research, Penman reveals the deadly, invisible forces at play across human and animal history - and why the West will be the next victim. Biohistory makes use of the latest findings in epigenetics, the study of how the environment affects our genes. Presented in easy-to-digest language, it draws on history, biology, anthropology and economics to explain the real drivers of social change and how evolutionary mechanisms designed to adapt animal social behaviour to changing food conditions determine the fate of civilisation. The West's only hope of avoiding catastrophe lies with the biological sciences, but is it already too late to change the course of history?
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An American in Paris /
DVD; region 1; NTSC; Dolby Digital mono.Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron, Oscar Levant, Georges Guetary, Nina Foch.Choreography by Gene Kelly ; director of photography, Alfred Gilks ; ballet photographed by John Alton ; art directors, Cedric Gibbons and Preston Ames ; film editor, Adrienne Fazan ; recording supervisor, Douglas Shearer ; set decorations, Edwin B. Willis ; special effects, Warren Newcombe, Irving G. Ries ; costumes designed by Orry-Kelly ; Beaux Arts Ball costumes designed by Walter Plunkett ; ballet costumes designed by Irene Sharaff ; orchestrations, Conrad Salinger ; musical direction, Johnny Green and Saul Chaplin.Not rated by MPAA.An ex-GI loves Paris and loves even more an alluring, but engaged, perfume-shop clerk.Academy Award (1951): Best art direction, Best cinematography, Best costume design, Best music, Best picture, Best writing.Disc side 1. Movie -- disc side 2. Special features.
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Fluxx : the card game with ever-changing rules /
For 2-6 players, ages 8+.Place the Basic Rules card on the table, deal three cards to each player, and follow the Basic Rules, adapting to new rules as they appear on the cards played. Continue until a player meets the most recently played Goal.
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Coup /
In a future where the government is run for profit, all but a privileged few live lives of poverty and desperation. The Resistance rises out of these oppressed masses in revolt and throws the government into chaos. Many see hope for a brighter future for the first time in their lives. Others see opportunity for absolute power. To take command, you must destroy the influence of your rivals and drive them into exile. Only one can survive.Ages 13+
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The bounty hunter [videorecording] /
DVD ; anamorpic widescreen (2.35:1) presentation ; Dolby digital 5.1 surround.Dorian Missick, Gerard Butler, Jennifer Aniston, Matt Malloy, Christine Baranski.Music, George Fenton ; editor, Troy Takaki ; director of photography, Oliver Bokelberg.MPAA rating: PG-13; for sexual content including suggestive comments, language and some violence.Milo, a down-on-his-luck bounty hunter, gets his dream job when he is assigned to track down his bail-jumping ex-wife, reporter Nicole. He thinks it's an easy payday, until she gives him the slip to chase a lead on a murder cover-up. Milo soon realizes that nothing is ever simple with him and Nicole. As the two continue to one-up each other, they find themselves on the run for their lives. If they thought their promise to love, honor, and obey was tough, staying alive will be a lot tougher!
© c2010., Sony Pictures Home Entertainment,
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Bette : a novel /
By Cote, Lyn
"A woman coming of age during World War II becomes involved in anti-Nazi espionage"--Provided by publisher.
© c2005., Warner Faith,
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Summer of promise : a novel /
By Cabot, Amanda,
The last place Abigail wants to spend the summer of 1885 is Fort Laramie in the Wyoming Territory, but can a handsome lieutenant change her mind?
© c2012., Revell,
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Radio [videorecording] /
Director of photography, Don Burgess ; editors, Chris Lebenzon, Harvey Rosenstock ; music, James Horner ; costume designer, Denise Wingate ; production designer, Clay A. Griffith.Cuba Gooding, Jr., Ed Harris, Alfre Woodard, S. Epatha Merkerson, Debra Winger.The story of the relationship between a prominent high school football coach in a small South Carolina town and the illiterate, mentally-challenged man nicknamed Radio whom he mentors. Although their friendship raises some eyebrows at first, Radio's growth under the coach's guidance ultimately inspires the local townsfolk.MPAA rating: PG, for mild language and thematic elements.DVD, region 1, widescreen presentation, Dolby digital.
© c2003., Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment,
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Brass chains /
By Kelly, Donna J.
Kate Stevens hasn't seen Cole Cutchins in years but she sure didn't want to see him like this. Cole, a jazz trumpeter and leader of a band on tour, is caught at the end of an ever-tightening noose as the main suspect in the murder of a fellow musician. Now it's up to Kate to prove him innocent. She and her best friend, Vivi Lawrence, find themselves in the seamy and dangerous world of Fort Worth's nightlife in an all-out attempt to do just that.
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The buggy before the horse /
By Goyer, Tricia.
As Thanksgiving approaches, Cheryl stumbles across the startling discovery: someone is sleeping in Naomi and Seth Miller's winter buggy and helping himself to food from their farmhouse cellar. Could it be the same person who is stealing from businesses up and down Sugarcreek's Main Street? Despite Naomi's insistence on extending the hand of hospitality to their unknown guest, when items are stolen from the Swiss Miss gift shop, Cheryl intends to get to the bottom of these mysteries.
© c2015., Guideposts,
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Where hope dwells /
By Ludwig, Elizabeth.
The Amish of Sugarcreek are experiencing a baby boom! Cheryl Cooper loves the air of excitement these new arrivals bring and as a recent member of the community, she enjoys getting to know her neighbors by delivering congratulatory gifts to the families. She never dreamed that one of these visits would end in an awful discovery--a baby has been snatched from his cradle! When Cheryl happens across a lead that could reunite the child with his mother and put the kidnapper behind bars, she must take matters into her own hands. But will the truth she uncovers spell happily ever after or will it expose a deeper, more sinister problem?
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Blessings in disguise /
By Mehl, Nancy,
Meet Cheryl Cooper who left a banking job in Columbus, Ohio, to run a gift shop, the Swiss Miss, in Sugarcreek while her Aunt Mitzi fulfills an overseas missionary call. Cheryl is just getting over a bad breakup with her longtime fiancé and is looking forward to a slower pace among the Amish community. But as she explores a neighboring corn maze, she overhears a man's menacing voice making serious threats. Upon her return from the unsettling experience, Cheryl discovers an ominous note and then a foreboding message in a Bible. Were they written by the same person she overheard in the maze? Cheryl joins forces with Naomi Miller, the woman who supplies the Swiss Miss with homemade treats to find out the answers. But can they catch the culprit before his frightening intimidations are carried out?
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The azalea bones /
By O'Donnell, Mary M.
Spring knocks on Kate Steven's door with the promise of the renewal of life and hope. Kate's career as a crochet designer and author is on the upswing as she prepares for the publication of her second book and the blooming azalea garden at the home of Rachel Anthony, a well-know widowed judge and close friend of Kate's agent, is the perfect photographic backdrop. The editors and photo crew have the run of Rachel's home in Sage Hills, Texas, during the photo shoot. Little do Rachel, Kate and the rest of the crew realize that the pastoral setting is about to take a macabre twist of fate. When a gardener unearths a tragedy hidden for decades, Kate and her best friend and neighbor, Vivi Lawrence, set out to solve the mystery.
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Ethics in the real world : 82 brief essays on things that matter /
By Singer, Peter,
Includes index.Big questions. The value of a pale blue dot ; Does anything matter? ; Is there moral progress? ; God and suffering, again ; Godless morality / with Marc Hauser ; Are we ready for a "morality pill?" / with Agata Sagan ; The quality of mercy ; Thinking about the dead ; Should this be the last generation? ; Philosophy on top – Animals. Europe's ethical eggs ; If fish could scream ; Cultural bias against whaling? ; A case for veganism ; Consider the turkey: thoughts for thanksgiving ; In vitro meat ; Chimpanzees are people, too ; The cow who ... -- Beyond the ethic of the sanctity of life. The real abortion tragedy ; Treating (or not) the tiniest babies ; Pulling back the curtain on the mercy killing of newborns ; No diseases for old men ; When doctors kill ; Choosing death ; Dying in court -- Bioethics and public health. The human genome and the genetic supermarket ; The year of the clone? ; Kidneys for sale? The many crises of health care ; Public health versus private freedom ; Weigh more, pay more ; Should we live to 1,000? ; Population and the Pope -- Sex and gender. Should adult sibling incest be a crime? ; Homosexuality is not immoral ; Virtual vices ; A private affair? ; How much should sex matter? / with Agata Sagan ; God and woman in Iran -- Doing good. The one-percent solution ; Holding charities accountable ; Blatant benevolence ; Good charity, bad charity ; Heartwarming causes are nice, but let's give to charity with our heads ; The ethical cost of high-price art ; Preventing human extinction / with Nick Beckstead and Matt Wage – Happiness. Happiness, money, and giving it away ; Can we increase gross national happiness? ; The high cost of feeling low ; No smile limit ; Happy, nevertheless – Politics. Bentham's fallacies, then and now ; The founding fathers' fiscal crisis ; Why vote? ; Free speech, Muhammad, and the Holocaust ; The use and abuse of religious freedom ; An honest man? ; Is citizenship a right? ; The spying game ; A statue for Stalin? ; Should we honor racists? -- Global governance. Escaping the refugee crisis ; Is open diplomacy possible? ; The ethics of big food ; Fairness and climate change / with Teng Fei ; Will the polluters pay for climate change? ; Why are they serving meat at a climate change conference? / with Frances Kissling ; Dethroning king coal ; Paris and the fate of the earth -- Science and technology. A clear case for golden rice ; Life made to order ; Rights for robots? / with Agata Sagan ; A dream for the digital age ; A universal library ; The tragic cost of being unscientific -- Living, playing, working : How to keep a New Year's resolution ; Why pay more? ; Tiger mothers or elephant mothers? ; Volkswagen and the future of honesty ; Is doping wrong? ; Is it OK to cheat at football? ; A surfing reflection."In Ethics in the Real World, Singer shows that he is also a master at dissecting important current events in a few hundred words. In this book of brief essays, he applies his controversial ways of thinking to issues like climate change, extreme poverty, animals, abortion, euthanasia, human genetic selection, sports doping, the sale of kidneys, the ethics of high-priced art, and ways of increasing happiness. Singer asks whether chimpanzees are people, smoking should be outlawed, or consensual sex between adult siblings should be decriminalized, and he reiterates his case against the idea that all human life is sacred, applying his arguments to some recent cases in the news."--Cover.
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