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Can I Build Another Me

Author : Shinsuke Yoshitake
ISBN : 0500650780
Genre : Children's stories
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Can I Build Another Me? follows a child's hilarious, wildly inventive train of thought as he decides to make a clone of himself - and starts to ponder what makes him HIM. Is it the scar on his knee or his sticky palms? Is it his love of acorns or the way he winks? The more he thinks about it, the more complicated it becomes..

Time Flash Another Me

Author : Lana Ayers
ISBN : 9780997083446
Genre : Fiction
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An Enchanting, Romantic Time Travel Adventure "An entertaining, well-written tale offering intriguing speculations and a heroine of courage and determination." --Kirkus Reviews The Granola Diet promises to turn curvy Sara Rodríguez Bloom García into a svelte, new woman in no time. Once it does, her husband’s rekindled passions will be unstoppable—she hopes. “Holy molé salsa!” When Sara reaches for the box of cereal, she travels back in time to a childhood trip to the grocery store with her beloved grandmother. Seeing her dead grandmother alive and well again is wonderful, but Sara may be losing her mind, or much, much more. What starts out as another fad diet, leads Sara on a time travel journey of perilous twists and turns—fraught with double-agents, lusty redheads, and a deadly serum. Sara’s possibly-magical cat, a sexy former crush, tasty meals, and vivid music enliven the darker moments. Fans of The Time Traveler’s Wife and Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series will love Time Flash: Another Me.


Author : Bernard Beckett
ISBN : 9781847248893
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The island Republic has emerged from a ruined world. Its citizens are safe but not free. Until a man named Adam Forde rescues a girl from the sea. Fourteen-year-old Anax thinks she knows her history. She'd better. She's sat facing three Examiners and her five-hour examination has just begun. The subject is close to her heart: Adam Forde, her long-dead hero. In a series of startling twists, Anax discovers new things about Adam and her people that question everything she holds sacred. But why is the Academy allowing her to open up the enigma at its heart? Bernard Beckett has written a strikingly original novel that weaves dazzling ideas into a truly moving story about a young girl on the brink of her future.

Fortune Favors The Bold

Author : Lester C. Thurow
ISBN : 9780061743986
Genre : Business & Economics
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Bestselling author and renowned economist Lester Thurow argues forcefully that globalization is not a done deal and we must seize the moment now if we are to create a new global economy in which all can prosper. In this new book, Thurow examines the newly–forming global economy, with a special focus on the role of the US and the dangers to our own national well–being. He examines such questions as: What's at stake for us in the global economy? Why is it important that the system be equitable and that other countries prosper along with us? What should our goals as a nation be – long term and short term? What are the tough choices that need to be made in our relationship with other countries and world regulatory bodies? What role should we be playing globally? What are the political, economic, social choices / tradeoffs we will have to confront? Thurow contends that the huge and growing US trade deficit poses grave dangers to the value of the dollar and is putting our own economy in jeopardy. As the world economy leaps national boundaries, its hallmark seems to be a rising instability and a growing inequality between the first and third worlds. Financial crises in the third world come ever more frequently and seem to be ever more severe. The first world economies seem to be in ever more frantic boom and bust cycles. Globalization causes riots throughout the world and is one factor in the rise of terrorism against the West. Thurow shows how some nations, including Ireland and China, have embraced the concept of globalization and placed themselves into a position to prosper with growing and productive national economies. He contrasts their positive actions with Japan, whose leaders have allowed the nation to drift into stagnation and have destroyed its prosperity. He argues that this is the time to choose globalization or be left behind, the time to "build a global economy that eliminates the defects," and he provides plenty of ideas for corporations, governments, economists, and citizens to act upon.

The Justice Keepers

Author : Mary Grant
ISBN : 9781469177267
Genre : Fiction
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The Justice Keepers is the final book in the Keeper series. As with the first two books, the twist and turns dont stop until the final chapter. The race is on to stop the sadistic killer known as the Boston Harbor Killer. The FBI and Boston Homicide Division have evidence that Amelia Kent could be the killer. Could the fears of the people that love her be coming true? Has she become what her brother said she would be; a vessel of death? Go on the hunt with the authorities to uncover the truth and find Justice for Amelia.

The Ministry Of Silly Poets I Am Not A Poet

Author : Martin Rothery
ISBN : 9781909015296
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I am not a poet! That is what I keep telling myself anyway! A poet is someone that takes the literary form very seriously and it would appear that I tend to be quite the opposite. I just enjoy playing around with words to create something enjoyable to read, something to make people laugh, something to make you think or just say “what was that?”. Who cares as long as it provokes a reaction? Yes, sometimes they are a bit of fun, sometimes a bit grim, sometimes thought provoking, but at the end of the day what poetry should be? Entertaining! I have been writing “poems” and rhymes for quite a few years now and I didn’t realise how many I’d done until I put them altogether in one place This book is the result of that. There is quite a variety and hopefully something for everyone. There is no theme or message I’m looking to put across, no particular order to read them in and no agenda but for you to take pleasure in the power of words, whatever order they come in! Enjoy!

Risks And Rewards

Author : Duncan Pell
ISBN : 9781496985880
Genre : Fiction
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An Englishman dies in a car bomb explosion in Holland. A professionalassassination with no chance that the killers will be caught. The Dutchinvestigators cannot fi nd a motive for the killing of Simon Craig and pass thefiles to the British police. Newly promoted Chief Inspector Randall is given the task of investigatingSimon Craig's background, family, and friends. He quickly discovers thatCraig was a conceited and ruthless womanizer living a multidimensional lifeand making himself very rich at the expense of his employers. Randall deduces that Craig was also blackmailing his bosses. The evidenceCraig was threatening them with showed the workings of The Club--anillegal cartel. Craig had sent the proof to his solicitor in Penzance forsafekeeping. When Randall visited Susan Robson, she claimed it hadbeen destroyed in a fire. Randall suspends the investigation just as Robson and a friend decide topublish Craig's documents and expose widespread corruption in business andan EU department responsible for competition law compliance.Two more people die before Robson and her friend can be stopped. No onein authority wants the story to break.

The Tiny Red Bathing Suit Of Mr July

Author : Jean Clayton
ISBN : 9781770643062
Genre : Medical
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Most residents of continuing care facilities are dealing with losses and many changes. This book, written by hospital chaplain Jean Clayton, deals with key issues for the chronically ill, aging, and disabled including sexuality, grief, and mental illness. It includes: sample worship services, prayers, hymns, and suggested biblical readings communication tips - from self-care and empathy, to listening skills and healing touch non-technical descriptions of chronic illnesses and diseases, including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's

Orphaned Fostered And Adopted

Author : Marissa Kline-Gonzales
ISBN : 9781465334169
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A true memoir of a child who had seen and experienced it all before age nine, living in the third-world country of the Philippines, her family succumbed to poverty. Her birth mother died when she was seven and was separated from her siblings that she loves. She was put in two foster homes, where one based their child rearing in superstitions, blaming her for every bad thing that happened. She was also put in two orphanages, where she was later adopted by an American couple. She writes of her growing experiences from a girl to a young lady while living in the countryside of Pennsylvania. Life was not easy for this young girl learning the language, culture, and the people around her. Read it to believe it. She will touch your heart. This book will make you realize what she went through as an orphan, foster and adopted child. You will also learn of her struggle to be happy and how she manages to get through her trials and find real love. Marissa Kline-Gonzales lives in Bayonne, New Jersey, with her husband, Al. They were married August of 2006. After graduating from high school in 1998, she went to Word of Life Bible Institute for a year. Now she is a flight attendant for an airline and annually visits her birth family in the Philippines. She not only sees her family but also visits the orphanages where she grew up. Her love for those children will never diminish for she was once like them.

Becoming Human

Author : Gene Brewer
ISBN : 9781479781553
Genre : Fiction
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Becoming Human is the story of a human-like artificial brain created by a team of scientists in a neurology laboratory. As Oscars intellectual capacity increases with the daily addition of hundreds of neurons, he becomes more and more human, eventually becoming deeply involved in the lives of his creators. All of this raises questions about the meaning of being human, of the soul, and of existence itself. Ultimately, however, Oscar must be dismantled and moved to a new laboratory, with surprising and unforeseen results.

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