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Henry Hyena Why Won T You Laugh

Author : Doug Jantzen
ISBN : 9781481428231
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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When a hyena can’t find his funny, a friend offers a sweetly surprising solution in this adorable picture book, winner of the General Mills Spoonful of Stories contest. Henry Hyena is feeling blue. He usually chuckles at monkeys swinging from trees, giggles as he chases hares, and belly laughs when he hears an elephant burp. But one day at the zoo, Henry can’t even muster up a smile. Will a visit with a wise old giraffe, Dr. Long, help Henry find the key to laughing harder than ever?

A To Zoo Supplement To The Ninth Edition Subject Access To Children S Picture Books 9th Edition

Author : Rebecca L. Thomas
ISBN : 9781610698207
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This supplement updates the ninth edition of the classic reference with information on children's picture books published in 2014 and 2015. It is an essential guide for collection development and readers' advisory as well as an invaluable resource for program planning. • Offers quick access to subjects of interest to young children • Provides easy-to-understand subject headings that can be used by patrons as well as professionals • Helps in preparing reading lists and organizing storytime themes • Covers a broad range of subjects to meet the needs of librarians, teachers, parents, and homeschoolers • Features user-friendly organization • Includes in-depth indexing and full bibliographical details

The Old Man And The Bird And Other Fictions

Author : David Swartz
ISBN : 9780595416295
Genre : Fiction
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Six dark fictions with a cosmic scope and a delirious immediacy, these shorter pieces (2 novellas and 4 one-acts) are an aspect of Swartz's gift many will find welcome, others hugely unsettling. The Old Man and the Bird, the concluding sequence of a befuddled Harry Ricci, could be taken as a "neo-conservatively-grotesque" parable. From there it is a short stroll to Burt Spew in "Snappers," a madcap Armageddon of its own and parody of "Jaws." We have as well such oddities as "The Damnation of Winston Pollock," the saga of a disgruntled software wizard; "The Gift Horse and the Gift," the comic swan song of a disaffected shooter; "Off the Record," the threnody of "a pedophilic trans-racial hip hop" composer; and "Clippers," the outcry of a small-town American sub-literate, a latter-day, testosterone-laden barber "waiting for [his] Godot." All told, these tales are abundant reminder that it was possible to laugh before 9/11, and to chuckle, even roar, long after, en route to our current Abu Ghraibs or Guantanamos.

The Ladies Garland And Dollar Magazine

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ISBN : MINN:31951000925183F
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The Intimate Henry Miller

Author : Henry Miller
ISBN : UCAL:B4105353
Genre : Authors, American
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American Picturebooks From Noah S Ark To The Beast Within

Author : Barbara Bader
ISBN : 0027080803
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A full-scale survey of children's picturebooks of this century, examining and evaluating numerous notable books and the work of notable illustrators, from E. Boyd Smith and Wanda Gag to Maurice Sendak and Margot Zemach

The Princess And The Prophet

Author : Thomas Quell
ISBN : 9780595282074
Genre : Fiction
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The Princess and the Prophet launches Thomas Henry Quell's new sci-fi trilogy, Guardians of the Light. In the series opener, Quell serves up a fast moving action-adventure tale set in the 28th century, upon a world fifteen thousand light years from Earth. Commander Vernon Shaffer of the Starship Santa Maria battles sword-swinging religious fanatics under the double suns of the planet Abith in search of a priceless techno-access key known as the Crystal Cube. This white-hot story weaves together sci-fi and fantasy, psionic wizardry and deep space battles, with a cast of unforgettable characters. To research his novel, Quell explored European dungeons, climbed castle walls, poured over astronomical texts and Hubble telescope images, and attended WICCA meetings. The result is a sci-fi thriller sizzling with action and great characters. If you're looking for humor, romance and high adventure, The Princess and the Prophet will take you there faster-than-light.

Mark Of The Lion

Author : Suzanne Arruda
ISBN : 9780748120161
Genre : Fiction
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In 1919, when most women only dream of adventure, Jade del Cameron lives it. After driving an ambulance along the front lines of the Great War, Jade can fire a rifle with deadly precision. She may look like a pinup blonde, but she's smart and tough and doesn't shy away from a challenge. So when she agrees to fulfil a fighter pilot's dying wish - that she investigate the death of his father and track down his half brother - she sets off for the wilds of colonial Africa ...never expecting to become involved in murder. Rich with mystery and adventure, Mark of the Lion introduces a fascinating new heroine years ahead of her time, and explores the elusive heart of a compelling and exotic world.


Author : Stephen King
ISBN : 9780743221887
Genre : Fiction
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Once upon a time, in the haunted city of Derry (site of the classics It and Insomnia), four boys stood together and did a brave thing. Certainly a good thing, perhaps even a great thing. Something that changed them in ways they could never begin to understand. Twenty-five years later, the boys are now men with separate lives and separate troubles. But the ties endure. Each hunting season the foursome reunite in the woods of Maine. This year, a stranger stumbles into their camp, disoriented, mumbling something about lights in the sky. His incoherent ravings prove to be dis-turbingly prescient. Before long, these men will be plunged into a horrifying struggle with a creature from another world. Their only chance of survival is locked in their shared past -- and in the Dreamcatcher. Stephen King's first full-length novel since Bag of Bones is, more than anything, a story of how men remember, and how they find their courage. Not since The Stand has King crafted a story of such astonishing range -- and never before has he contended so frankly with the heart of darkness.

The Poet Of Tolstoy Park

Author : Sonny Brewer
ISBN : 0345481968
Genre : Fiction
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“The more you transform your life from the material to the spiritual domain, the less you become afraid of death.” Leo Tolstoy spoke these words, and they became Henry Stuart’s raison d’etre. The Poet of Tolstoy Park is the unforgettable novel based on the true story of Henry Stuart’s life, which was reclaimed from his doctor’s belief that he would not live another year. Henry responds to the news by slogging home barefoot in the rain. It’s 1925. The place: Canyon County, Idaho. Henry is sixty-seven, a retired professor and a widower who has been told a warmer climate would make the end more tolerable. San Diego would be a good choice. Instead, Henry chose Fairhope, Alabama, a town with utopian ideals and a haven for strong-minded individualists. Upton Sinclair, Sherwood Anderson, and Clarence Darrow were among its inhabitants. Henry bought his own ten acres of piney woods outside Fairhope. Before dying, underscored by the writings of his beloved Tolstoy, Henry could begin to “perfect the soul awarded him” and rest in the faith that he, and all people, would succeed, “even if it took eons.” Human existence, Henry believed, continues in a perfect circle unmarred by flaws of personality, irrespective of blood and possessions and rank, and separate from organized religion. In Alabama, until his final breath, he would chase these high ideas. But first, Henry had to answer up for leaving Idaho. Henry’s dearest friend and intellectual sparring partner, Pastor Will Webb, and Henry’s two adult sons, Thomas and Harvey, were baffled and angry that he would abandon them and move to the Deep South, living in a barn there while he built a round house of handmade concrete blocks. His new neighbors were perplexed by his eccentric behavior as well. On the coldest day of winter he was barefoot, a philosopher and poet with ideas and words to share with anyone who would listen. And, mysteriously, his “last few months” became years. He had gone looking for a place to learn lessons in dying, and, studiously advanced to claim a vigorous new life. The Poet of Tolstoy Park is a moving and irresistible story, a guidebook of the mind and spirit that lays hold of the heart. Henry Stuart points the way through life’s puzzles for all of us, becoming in this timeless tale a character of such dimension that he seems more alive now than ever. From the Hardcover edition.

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