Andromeda stories
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As an artist of manga Takemiya has won awards and also teaches about it at a Kyoto University. Her fluid style offers an enjoyable depiction of a science fiction series written by Mitsuse about the kingdoms of Cosmoralia and Ayodoya and the falling of an evil star. A mysterious female warrior aids the Princess and Prince along with an elderly healer in the forest. After the birth of twin heirs the story accelerates into an amazing adventure.
The Power of Habit
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Why do we do the things we do? According to Charles Duhigg, the answer is habit. Duhigg delves deep into a fascinating world of cues, routines and rewards. With wit, interesting stories and well written prose, Duhigg sheds the light of a journalist into a sea of developing science.
My Friend Dahmer
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Derf Backderf is an award winning political cartoonist. He was also a childhood friend of one of America's most notorious serial killers. Join the author as he tries to unravel, explain but never excuse the events that turned a man into a monster.
Minnie and Moo and the Haunted Sweater
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Here’s another clever, zany adventure with those silly cows Minnie and Moo. It’s the farmer’s birthday, and while Minnie decides to give the farmer one of her cream puffs, Moo knits him a sweater. This sweater though has one sleeve longer than the other, it has a lump in it and it sneezes when washed. Oh, by the way, has anyone seen Elvis?
Elvis the Rooster Almost Goes to Heaven
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Elvis the Rooster has a very high opinion of himself, and rightly so since his crows bring the sun up every morning. But when a bug flies into his mouth so that he fails to crow and the sun rises anyway, Elvis is devastated. He’s ready to go to heaven. Will Little Willie’s zany plan give Elvis his pluck back?
I Must Have Bobo!
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When a young boy wakes up he knows something is very wrong! He can't find Bobo! He does everything with Bobo! Where can he be? Was he kidnapped by pirates?! Or are there more nefarious forces at work here?
The Very Cranky Bear
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Four friends want to find a nice dry, quiet place to play until the rain stops. They look high and low and finally find a nice, cozy, dark cave where they can sit and enjoy a game of cards...but, what they don't know is that there is someone else in the cave with them...and he's not very happy!
Clink
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Clink has a few problems. He's a robot all right, but he's an older model and he can't make cookies or play baseball like his friends. He only plays music and makes toast. And his toast is always burnt. Every day one of his friends is taken home and he just sits there. Until one day when the boy who always looks but never buys starts playing his harmonica...and Clink starts to dance.
Better Homes And Gardens You Can Can
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Great for the first time canner. Easy to follow step-by-step photographs help guide you through the process. Loaded with simple yet delicious canning recipes, the peach chutney is especially good!
Lexie
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This vacation at the sea shore isn’t quite what ten-year-old Lexie expected. Sure, this was the first time after her parents’ divorce and her mom won’t be there, but she didn’t know that her father’s new girlfriend and her two sons were going to be spending the week with them! Beautifully written, this is the story of a girl who discovers that sometimes what seems like a disaster at first, can turn out to be a good thing.
The Adventures of Mark Twain
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A delightful new introduction to Mark Twain for long time fans or first comers, but be careful, you may end up talking like Huck if you don’t watch out!
Lily Renée, Escape Artist
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A very fun, and short, introduction to a brilliant artist. Lily Renee was born in Vienna but when WWII erupted she had to flee to England and then to America where she became a celebrated artist of comic books. Her story is both inspiring and, at times, scary - but ultimately triumphant.

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