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El Secreto Del Bamb

Author : Ismael Cala
ISBN : 9780829701456
Genre : Fiction
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La historia se desarrolla en una remota villa de la amazonia suramericana donde el bambú está presente en todo, el jefe de la comunidad, Huascar era un maestro ya anciano que luego de recorrer el mundo vivía en medio de la selva porque así lo había decidido. Tenía tres hijos, dos varones y una niña de apenas 14 años. Huascar les deja un legado como recuerdo en el que había estado trabajando en su taller por años en secreto y nadie lo ha visto. Todos reciben fabulosos regalos pero la hija menor recibe el regalo en el cual Huascar puso más empeño y que trascenderá en la vida de la pequeña y las de todas las personas en su comunidad.Un mensaje que nos recuerda que lo que más importa en la vida no es precisamente lo que aparenta ser lo más preciado o exótico, sino lo que más nos sirve.Una obra de ficción basada en el descubrimiento de un secreto que un padre había escondido en una vara de bambú para sus hijos y las lecciones que aprenden.

The Harder You Fall

Author : Gena Showalter
ISBN : 9780373788927
Genre : Fiction
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"Millionaire video-game creator Lincoln West has a dark and tragic past. The sought-after bachelor lives by a rigid schedule and a single rule--one relationship per year, lasting no more than two months. No exceptions. When he gave up the big city for a small town, he hoped to escape the worst of his memories--until a brash beauty dredges up long-buried emotions"--Amazon.com.

The Floating Circus

Author : Tracie Vaughn Zimmer
ISBN : 9781599908090
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In 1852 Ohio, twelve-year-old Owen steals aboard a floating circus called the River Palace, with nothing more in mind than catching a little of the show. But then a free black man named Solomon offers to take him on as an assistant animal keeper, and Owen discovers a family among the ragtag members of the circus-including a young elephant named Little Bet. A brush with yellowfever in New Orleans and a devastating storm threaten the boat and its crew. But it's the menace of slave catchers that poses the greatest danger of all, and that will put Owen's loyalty to Solomon and Little Bet to the test. This is a memorable tale of prejudice, race, and the relationships that transcend them. Inspired by the riverboat circuses of the nineteenth century, it also brings little known historical facts to life. TRACIE VAUGHN ZIMMER has worked as a special education teacher and reading specialist. She is also the creator of more than 80 teacher's guides for numerous publishers and has published poetry books as well as the novel Reaching for Sun. Tracie lives outside Cincinnati, Ohio, with her husband and two children. www.tracievaughnzimmer.com PRAISE FOR REACHING FOR SUN: "Like taking slow bites from a piece of homemade lemon pie-sharp sweet and honest." -Linda Sue Park, Newbery Medal winner "Josie's strength shines as she handles sadness and loss as well as recovery and progress."-Kirkus Reviews, starred review

Many Subtle Channels

Author : Daniel Levin Becker
ISBN : 9780674065277
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Main description: What sort of society could bind together Jacques Roubaud, Italo Calvino, Marcel Duchamp, and Raymond Queneau-and Daniel Levin Becker, a young American obsessed with language play? Only the Oulipo, the Paris-based experimental collective founded in 1960 and fated to become one of literature's quirkiest movements. An international organization of writers, artists, and scientists who embrace formal and procedural constraints to achieve literature's possibilities, the Oulipo (the French acronym stands for 0workshop for potential literature0) is perhaps best known as the cradle of Georges Perec's novel A Void, which does not contain the letter e. Drawn to the Oulipo's mystique, Levin Becker secured a Fulbright grant to study the organization and traveled to Paris. He was eventually offered membership, becoming only the second American to be admitted to the group. From the perspective of a young initiate, the Oulipians and their projects are at once bizarre and utterly compelling. Levin Becker's love for games, puzzles, and language play is infectious, calling to mind Elif Batuman's delight in Russian literature in The Possessed. In recent years, the Oulipo has inspired the creation of numerous other collectives: the OuMuPo (a collective of DJs), the OuMaPo (marionette players), the OuBaPo (comic strip artists), the OuFlarfPo (poets who generate poetry with the aid of search engines), and a menagerie of other Ou-X-Pos (workshops for potential something). Levin Becker discusses these and other intriguing developments in this history and personal appreciation of an iconic-and iconoclastic-group.

Little Boy Lost

Author : J. D. Trafford
ISBN : 1503943941
Genre : Fiction
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In a city divided and broken, this revelation will set it on fire… Attorney Justin Glass’s practice, housed in a shabby office on the north side of Saint Louis, isn’t doing so well that he can afford to work for free. But when eight-year-old Tanisha Walker offers him a jar full of change to find her missing brother, he doesn’t have the heart to turn her away. Justin had hoped to find the boy alive and well. But all that was found of Devon Walker was his brutally murdered body—and the bodies of twelve other African American teenagers, all discarded like trash in a mass grave. Each had been reported missing. And none had been investigated. As simmering racial tensions explode into violence, Justin finds himself caught in the tide. And as he gives voice to the discontent plaguing the city’s forgotten and ignored, he vows to search for the killer who preys upon them.

Dharma Girl

Author : Chelsea Cain
ISBN : 1878067842
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Looks back at the author's past, when she lived on an Iowa communal farm and was called Snowbird, detailing her life as a hippie and her mother's more recent bout with skin cancer

Wake Up Sloth

Author : Anouck Boisrobert
ISBN : 159643712X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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In a lush, green forest, a sloth sleeps. Turn the pages of his story--told in a stunning pop-up display--to witness the tragic process of deforestation and watch as a single seed brings new life. Inventive design and bold art illustrate this important lesson about the environment and the rebirth of what was lost.

The Lawn Job

Author : Chuck Caruso
ISBN : 0995465738
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A Neo-noir novel that follows the downward spiral of a two-time loser with poor impulse control.

Eyeseas

Author : Raymond Queneau
ISBN : 097951374X
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"In the United States, Raymond Queneau (1903-1976) is known mainly for his novel Zazie dans le metro, which was made into a film by Louis Malle, for Exercises in Style, and for being the founder and one of the most important members of the literary movement known as Oulipo. In France and much of Europe Queneau is known for his prolific and wide ranging writings. During his lifetime some 18 novels, 10 volumes of poetry, 7 volumes of essays, and countless published writings, commentaries, and reviews kept him in public view (and continue to do so today as much of his writing is still in print in France). His reputation as a writer continues to grow with new biographies, critical writings, and anthologies appearing every year. An explorer of linguistics as well as a mathematician, he often combined his love of both subjects such that the essence of his writings resides not in its "content" but in the sounds and the form of the text. He often argued that the real subject of his work is language itself. Because of this many of his novels, and especially his poems, are virtually impossible to translate into English as they are based on spoken versus literary French, puns, street slang, and complex variations of word play and spelling. Les Ziaux (Eyeseas) presents a survey of his poems as written from his early Surrealist days of the 1920's through to 1943 and is representative of Queneau's range of poetic voices."--BOOK JACKET.

Bhavanakrama Of Kamalasila

Author : Kamalasila
ISBN : OCLC:963483913
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