Latest issue consulted: Vol. 58, no. 7 (Aug. 12, 2002).
© c1974-, Time,

Southern living.
Issued Feb. 1966-July 1966 as editions of the Progressive farmer.Occasional column entitled: Cooking light, published from 1983-1986, cumulated in the 1986-1987 volumes of the annual publication: Cooking light, published by Oxmoor House. In 1986 the column was then continued by a greatly expanded separate periodical publication entitled: Cooking light, published by Southern Living, Inc. and also cumulated by the annual publication with the same name. Cf. Preface, 1997 issue of Cooking light annual recipes.
© , Southern Living

Oliver Jeffers : the working mind & drawing hand /
By Jeffers, Oliver,
Belfast 1977-2006 -- NYC 2006-2013 -- Brooklyn 2014-2018.Artist Oliver Jeffers gives readers an unprecedented and intimate window into his creative process, weaving his popular works with never-before-seen art and illustrations, alongside his personal story of how he came to art, his love of books, and his bookmaking, fashioned from his personal sketchbooks. This dynamic visual biography is Jeffers's personal chronicle of an artist who blends his love of creating stories with his love of art and his infectious charm, and is a must-have for art lovers and bibliophiles both young and old. Oliver Jeffers takes a dive into Oliver's own origin story, inspirations, art evolution, and passion for storytelling: from growing up loving art and creating stories as a young boy in Belfast, Ireland; to finding a huge audience for his loveable stories; to what led him to his enormously clever found painting; to his collaborations with U2, TED, Colette, and Apple, to his newest meditative dipped painting performances. Oliver Jeffers is a fresh canvas for his imagination, and includes a pass through his most popular work, never-before-published illustrations and art, and a look into his more personal world of sketchbooks and doodles. Oliver's own story, infused with the whimsy and joy his work is famous for, is must-have not only for current fans of Oliver Jeffers's picture books, but also new fans, art lovers, and bibliophiles both young and old.

By Cates, Donny.
Rated T+.Evil is everywhere and the world needs the Sorcerer Supreme more than ever. But the Sorcerer Supreme is now--Loki? Say hello to the Master of the Mischief Arts. The Norse lord of lies has the cloak, the spells--he's even got Zelma Stanton as his assistant (and possibly more?). Is this the chance that Loki needed to become a hero at last, or is the god of mischief dangerously close to unlimited power?

Dead mount death play.
By Narita, Ryōgo,
Rated M for mature."It's a showdown for the ages as the legendary hero takes on the necromancer Corpse God. But when the dust settles, something isn't quite right. In the final moments of their epic confrontation, the Corpse God's last move was wholly unexpected -- reincarnation magic! Across space and time, a boy named Polka Shinoyama awakens feeling ... not quite himself. Who could've anticipated that the climactic battle between good and evil would turn out like this?!" -- Page 4 of cover.

Libeled lady [videorecording] /
Screenplay, Maurine Watkins, Howard Emmett Rogers and George Oppenheimer ; story, Wallace Sullivan ; director, Jack Conway ; producer, Lawrence Weingarten.Jean Harlow, William Powell, Myrna Loy, Spencer Tracy, Walter Connolly.It all starts when society diva Loy slaps newsman Tracy with a libel suit. Tracy enlists fiancée Harlow and down-on-his luck Powell in a counter maneuver involving a rigged marriage, a phony seduction, a fabulously funny fishing scene, fisticuffs, broken promises and hearts and eventually, true love for all.--Container.MPAA rating: Not rated.DVD.
© c2005., Turner Entertainment Co. ; Distributed by Warner Home Video Inc.,

O : the Oprah magazine.
Issue for May/June 2000 called Premiere issue.Latest issue consulted: Vol. 8, no. 12 (Dec. 2007).
© 2000-, Hearst Communications,

After hours.
By Nishio, Yuhta,
Rated T+ for older teen."Emi, Kei and their friends have successfully planned the rave of their dreams, and the experience has filled Emi with an electric need to keep striving. But will Emi’s newfound focus and determination falter when Kei, her mentor and girlfriend, goes AWOL?"--Back cover.

Tokyo ghoul:re /
By Ishida, Sui,
Rated T+ for Older Teen."The Commission of Counter Ghoul is the only organization in the world fighting the Ghoul menace, and it will use every tool at its disposal to protect humanity from the ultimate predator. Its newest weapon in this hidden war is an experimental procedure that implants human agents with a Kagune -- the Ghoul organ of predation -- giving them Ghoul powers and abilities. But both the procedure and the newly formed Qs Squad are untested. Will they become heroes ... or monsters? Haise Sasaki has been tasked with teaching Qs Squad how to be outstanding investigators, but his assignment is complicated by the troublesome personalities of his students and his won uncertain grasp of his Ghoul powers. Can he pull them together as a team, or will Qs Squad's first assignment be their last?" -- Back cover of volume 1.

Bungo stray dogs /
By Asagiri, Kafka,
Having been kicked out of the orphanage, a despairing young man by the name of Atsushi Nakajima rescues a strange man from a suicide attempt--Osamu Dazai. Turns out that Dazai is part of an armed-detective agency staffed by individuals whose supernatural powers take on a literary bent!

Queen's quality.
By Motomi, Kyousuke,
"Kyutaro and Fumi get a taste of just how formidable the Silver Sea Snake is, so they set out to the Holy Ground of the Old Byakko Clan in order to get stronger. However, they're in for an unwelcome surprise when they find out what this mysterious clan has in store for them!"--Rated T for Teen. This volume contains suggestive themes, spooky scenes and violence.

In pieces : a memoir /
By Field, Sally,
My grandmother's daughter -- Dick -- Jocko -- Libbit -- What goes up -- That summer -- Gidget -- Get thee to a nunnery -- Wired -- Together -- Second season -- Peter -- Transition -- Culpable -- Hungry -- Sybil -- The bandit -- Treading water -- Norma -- The end of the beginning -- Me, my mother, and Mary Todd -- Epilogue.One of the most celebrated, beloved, and enduring actors of our time, Sally Field has an infectious charm that has captivated the nation for more than five decades, beginning with her first TV role at the age of seventeen. From Gidget's sweet-faced "girl next door" to the dazzling complexity of Sybil to the Academy Award-worthy ferocity and depth of Norma Rae and Mary Todd Lincoln, Field has stunned audiences time and time again with her artistic range and emotional acuity. Yet there is one character who always remained hidden: the shy and anxious little girl within. With raw honesty and the fresh, pitch-perfect prose of a natural-born writer, and with all the humility and authenticity her fans have come to expect, Field brings readers behind-the-scenes for not only the highs and lows of her star-studded early career in Hollywood, but deep into the truth of her lifelong relationships--including her complicated love for her own mother. Powerful and unforgettable, In Pieces is an inspiring and important account of life as a woman in the second half of the twentieth century.

Mrs. Jeffries serves at six /
By Brightwell, Emily.
Mrs. Jeffries pinches the post -- Mrs. Jeffries pleads her case -- Mrs. Jeffries sweeps the chimney."If you like Downton Abbey, you'll love Mrs. Jeffries! NOW IN ONE VOLUME-THREE VICTORIAN MYSTERIES FEATURING MRS. JEFFRIES A DETECTIVE IN THE HOUSE Everyone's awed by Inspector Witherspoon's Scotland Yard successes, but they don't know about his secret weapon. Her name is Mrs. Jeffries, and she keeps house for the Inspector-and keeps him on his toes. No matter how messy the murder or how dirty the deed, her polished detection skills are up to the task. Because as she knows all too well, a crimesolver's work is never done ... Mrs. Jeffries Pinches the Post The dubious dealings of ruthless businessman Harrison Nye have finally done him in. But with his associate keeping secrets and his maid missing, Witherspoon and Mrs. Jeffries have their work cut out for them as they make it their business to find the culprit ... Mrs. Jeffries Pleads Her Case When the death of Harlan Westover is ruled a suicide after a slipshod investigation, it's up to Mrs. Jeffries and her staff to gently nudge the Inspector in the right direction before a killer gets away with another murder ... Mrs. Jeffries Sweeps the Chimney A dead man dressed like a vicar is discovered outside a church. An address found on the man leads Witherspoon to a dilapidated house where a skeleton is stuffed in the chimney. Luckily he has Mrs. Jeffries to help him sweep up this mess of a case ..."--

Mrs. Jeffries pleads the fifth /
By Brightwell, Emily
"Mrs. Jeffries takes the cake: The evidence was all there: a dead body, two dessert plates, and a gun. As if Mr. Ashbury had been sharing cake with his own killer. Now Mrs. Jeffries will have to do some snooping around to dish up clues...Mrs. Jeffries rocks the boat: Mirabelle had traveled by boat all the way from Australia to visit her sister--only to wind up murdered. Now Mrs. Jeffries must solve the case--and it's sink or swim...Mrs Jeffries weeds the plot: Three attempts have been made on Annabeth Gentry's life. Is it due to her recent inheritance, or was it because her bloodhound dug up the body of a murdered thief? Mrs. Jeffries will have to sniff out some clues before the plot thickens..."--P. [4] of cover.
© 2014., Berkley Pub Group,

Mrs. Jeffries sallies forth /
By Brightwell, Emily,
Mrs. Jeffries Takes the Stage -- Mrs. Jeffries Questions the Answer -- Mrs. Jeffries Reveals Her Art.Mrs. Jeffries, housekeeper to Scotland Yard Inspector Witherspoon, helps solve three murder cases, including one in which a theater critic known for his harsh reviews turns up dead in a canal.

Mrs. Jeffries takes tea at three /
By Brightwell, Emily
Mrs. Jeffries plays the cook -- Mrs. Jeffries and the missing alibi -- Mrs. Jeffries stands corrected."Everyone's awed by Inspector Witherspoon's Scotland Yard success, but they don't know about his secret weapon. Her name is Mrs. Jeffries, and she keeps house for the Inspector--and keeps him on his toes. No matter how messy the murder or how dirty the deed, her polished detection skills are up to the task."--P. [4] of cover.
© 2013., Berkley Prime Crime,

Mrs. Jeffries takes a second look /
By Brightwell, Emily
Everyone's awed by Inspector Witherspoon's Scotland Yard successes, but they don't know about his secret weapon. Her name is Mrs. Jeffries, and she keeps house for the Inspector and keeps him on his toes. No matter how messy the murder or how dirty the deed, her polished detection skills are up to the task. Because as she knows all too well, a crime solvers work is never done.
© 2012., Berkley Prime Crime,

Mrs. Jeffries learns the trade /
By Brightwell, Emily.
The inspector and Mrs. Jeffries -- Mrs. Jeffries dusts for clues -- The ghost and Mrs. Jeffries.The 1st 3 Mrs. Jeffries mysteries.
© �2005., Berkley Prime Crime,

Horimiya = Hori san and miyamura kun.
By Hero
Teen T LV."Something's got the usually quiet Sakura all fidgety! And for once, it's not Tohru! Will sparks fly when Sakura, unexpectedly worked up by a shounen manga, of all things, runs into the equally quiet Yanagi, himself a shounen manga fanboy?!"--Tp verso.

Attack on Titan /
By Isayama, Hajime,
"Rated T for ages 16+"--Page [4] of the cover."For the past century, what's left of mankind has hidden in a giant, three-walled city, trapped in fear of the bizarre, giant humanoids known as the Titans. Little is known about where they came from or why they are bent on consuming human-kind, but the sudden appearance of an enormous Titan is about change everything''--