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It S Raining Uber

Author : Jasmine Jean-Pierre
ISBN : 9781480801233
Genre : Fiction
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Rain or shine, they will always be best friends, and since one loves the rain and the other loves the sun, the friends agree for one day that they will try to enjoy what the other loves to do most. Cloudy Rain loves to do cartwheels, backflips and splash puddles in the rain. But not Rain Forrest, he hates the rain. He doesn’t want to play in it, nor go outside when it pours down from the highest clouds in the sky, and he certainly doesn’t want his soggy friend close by when he’s been soaked by the rain. Yet, on any sunny day, it’s Rain Forrest whose brightness shines. He doesn’t want a shady old oak tree, a big beach umbrella, or creamy creams. He simply wants to bake in the sun until he glows like Saturn because according to him “the sun is the mother who tans me.” Cloudy Rain fulfills his part of the agreement. While the best friends have many exciting and life changing adventures that will test just how strong their friendship really is, Rain Forrest hasn’t stepped up to fulfill his end of the agreement. When the best friends are separated by one of their adventures, and there’s a possibility they will never reunite, Rain Forrest steps up, and he takes the biggest of leaps to search for his best friend.

Inspired By The Word

Author : Elwell Sage
ISBN : 194547016X
Genre : Art
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Experience Bible stories as seen through the eyes of some of the greatest master artists of all times

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Leaving Cancer For The Circus

Author : Danny Clinkscale
ISBN : 1537368710
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"So I was sitting there in the car, and I did what you might do a few times a day-scratched a little itch on the left side of my face. But this time I felt something under the surface of the skin, a small lump. In other circumstances, I wouldn't have thought anything of it. I had led a remarkably healthy life, and seldom thought about health issues. But this time I did, and it was the discovery of the bump on the left side of my face that ignited the process which led to my odyssey." Kansas City sportscaster Danny Clinkscale tells the story of a year in his life that combines discovery, surgery, and treatment of cancer, covering two World Series, and embarking on a solo trip through the upper Midwest. It was, simply, a journey at the conclusion of a journey. In Leaving Cancer for the Circus, Clinkscale takes the reader through the struggles of his radiation treatment, its side effects, and the changes it made to his life. Throughout the ordeal, Clinkscale worked on-air, and it was during this time that he conceptualized his plan and goal of taking a trip after his health began to normalize. The solo trip is the heart of the story-tales of small towns, beautiful vistas, and the unique people and places he encountered on the way. Woven into the narrative are reminiscences of a long career in broadcasting, as well as biographical chapters highlighting important events that shaped his full life, a life forever altered by cancer. Despite the serious nature of the inspiration for the story, Leaving Cancer is mostly an upbeat and sometimes humorous account of many places and times. It is also, at its heart, a love story, detailing the author's faith that his wife would understand his whimsy.

The Haunting Of Sunshine Girl

Author : Paige McKenzie
ISBN : 9781447287094
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The Haunting of Sunshine Girl is the first in a frighteningly good new series based on the popular YouTube sensation The Haunting of Sunshine Girl Network, created by Paige McKenzie. In that place where you're more asleep than awake any more, I hear something else. A phrase uttered in a child's voice, no more than a whisper: Night Night. Something freaky's going on with Sunshine's new house . . . there's the chill that wraps itself around her bones, the giggling she can hear in the dead of night, and then the strange shadows that lurk in her photographs. But the more weird stuff that happens, the less her mum believes her. Sunshine's always had a quirky affiliation with the past, but this time, history is getting much too close for comfort . . . If there is something, or someone, haunting her house, what do they want? And what will they do if Sunshine can't help them? As things become more frightening and dangerous, and the giggles she hears turn to sobs and screams, Sunshine has no choice but to accept what she is, face the test before her and save her mother from a fate worse than death.

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

The Year A Royal Dream Came True

Author : Jason Sivewright
ISBN : 0692667148
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The Year A Royal Dream Came True tells the story of the 2015 Kansas City Royals. A team destined for the crown ever since that flick of the bat by Salvador Perez in the 2014 AL Wild Card Game. The magic that began then carried on, and led the boys in blue to ultimately hoisting the trophy and celebrating in royal fashion.

Rain Rain Go Away

Author : Caroline Jayne Church
ISBN : 9781338167450
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Caroline Jayne Church makes a splash with this popular preschool song! RAIN, RAIN, GO AWAY is already a well-loved preschool favorite. Now this board book with a full-foil cover will catch everyone's eye (rain or shine!) as Church's toddlers and stuffed animals are as adorable as ever in colorful rain gear. A pitch-perfect song for rainy days, sunny days, or any day!

Stead S Review

Author : William Henry Fitchett
ISBN : CHI:79373723
Genre : Australian periodicals
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Neuropsychological Assessment

Author : Muriel Deutsch Lezak
ISBN : 9780190240806
Genre : Psychology
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Now in its Fifth Edition, Neuropsychological Assessment reviews the major neurobehavioral disorders associated with brain dysfunction and injury. This is the 35th anniversary of the landmark first edition. As with previous editions, this edition provides a comprehensive coverage of the field of adult clinical neuropsychology in a single source. By virtue of the authors' clinical and research specializations, this book provides a broad-based and in-depth coverage of current neuroscience research and clinical neuropsychology practice. While the new edition is updated to include new features and topics, it remains true to the highly-regarded previous editions. Methods for obtaining optimum data are given in the form of hypothesis-testing techniques, clinical tips, and clinical examples. In the seven years since the previous edition, many advancements have been made in techniques for examining brain function and in our knowledge about brain-behavior relationships. For example, a surge of functional imaging data has emerged and new structural imaging techniques have provided exquisite detail about brain structure. For the first time, this edition includes examples of these advancements, many in stunning color. This edition also includes new tools for clinicians such as a neuroimaging primer and a comparison table of the neuropsychological features of progressive dementias. The chapters on assessment procedures include discussion of issues related to test selection and reviews of recently published as well as older test batteries used in general neuropsychological assessment, plus newly developed batteries for specific issues.

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