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Ball Cap Nation

Author : Jim Lilliefors
ISBN : 9781578603404
Genre : Social Science
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As the country grows increasingly diverse and complicated, Americans seek, and occasionally find, a common thread to unite them. And, as Jim Lilliefors reveals in his new book, that common thread is what the baseball cap is made of — indeed, what has transformed it into America’s National Hat. As fads go, it’s no longer even a fad, but a part of the national identity that, for better or worse, is a symbol of America. It feeds an illusion that Americans cherish — that despite their differences, and no matter what position they play — when wearing a baseball cap, they’re all part of the same team. Exploring every aspect of caps and their culture — including the history, manufacturing, and evolution of baseball caps; collecting and caring for caps; cap etiquette; and even cap urban legends — and packed with photos throughout, Ball Cap Nation is a delightful look at a uniquely American phenomenon.

The Boy In A Baseball Cap

Author : Duo Er
ISBN : 1925780961
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The Boy in the Baseball Cap explores a range of subjects, and explores gay and lesbian themes, in a post-Menglong style.

The Shrinking Man

Author : Richard Matheson
ISBN : 9781473211100
Genre : Fiction
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While on a boating holiday, Scott Carey is exposed to a cloud of radioactive spray. A few weeks later, following a series of medical examinations, he can no longer deny the extraordinary truth. Not only is he losing weight, he is also shorter than he was. Scott Carey has begun to shrink. Richard Matheson's novel follows through its premise with remorseless logic, with Carey first attempting to continue some kind of normal life and later having left human contact behind, having to survive in a world where insects and spiders are giant adversaries. And even that is only a stage on his journey into the unknown.

Military Chaplains Review

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ISBN : MINN:30000010453193
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Young World

Author : Frederick Rycroft
ISBN : 1479705624
Genre : Fiction
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FREDERICK RYCROFT retired from the State University of New York at Canton, where he was employed for thirty-five years, last holding the position of Director of Facilities. He and his wife still reside in Canton, New York where they have both spent there entire lives. He enjoys the company of his three children and ten grandchildren. This is his first work of fiction, inspired by the need to share the uniqueness of life in a small rural town in the northern part of New York State. Book two of the of Young World will go to print October 2, 2012

What It Is

Author : Cienna Raine
ISBN : 9781664176508
Genre : Poetry
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i offer you these pages this glimpse into what it is to grieve to hurt to be betrayed to get your heart broken to love to be lost to find yourself again


Author : Jonelle Patrick
ISBN : 9781101578827
Genre : Fiction
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In the wake of a deadly disaster, Tokyo Metropolitan Police Detective Kenji Nakamura and English translator Yumi Hata suspect a killer has seized a perfect opportunity to commit the perfect crime. After an earthquake strikes Tokyo on the day of Yumi’s wedding, her marriage plans are reduced to rubble. But when the dust settles, it’s discovered that the reason the priest was late is because he was dead. Detective Kenji Nakamura is assigned to investigate, but although all clues point to one of Japan’s most idolized pop stars as the prime suspect, he knows that’s impossible––the idol and her band were swept away in the tsunami following the quake. Will Yumi and Kenji be able to act in time to catch a killer who’s desperate to protect a secret that will rock the Japanese entertainment industry more powerfully than any earthquake? Like the other books in the intriguing Only in Tokyo mystery series, Idolmaker takes you behind closed doors into corners of Japan where few foreigners dare to go, and introduces you to fascinating characters you won’t soon forget. Praise for Nightshade: An Only in Tokyo Mystery “[A] fun fast-paced read that will draw you in right away.”—BookinwithBingo “[W]ell written and fast paced. Lots of red herrings included and not the type you eat! The glimpse we get into life in Tokyo, from the food to the locale and events, make the story different…Who knew that wearing a kimono was not comfortable?”— Praise for Fallen Angel: An Only in Tokyo Mystery “If you are looking for an enjoyable read, a clever little puzzle and an exotic location, you will find much to entertain and inform you in Fallen Angel.”—


Author : Harold Seymour
ISBN : 9780195069075
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The first book devoted entirely to the history of baseball outside of the professional leagues.

The Soul Hunters

Author : Chris Bradford
ISBN : 9780241326718
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Have you ever experienced dreams so vivid it seems like you have lived them? Or had déjà vu so strong you're convinced you must have been there before? The explosive first book in a brand new action-packed series from bestselling author Chris Bradford. Late one night a schoolgirl is attacked in a city park. When a stranger rushes to her rescue, Genna Adams believes it's luck that their paths crossed. Then a week later, the same boy saves her from being kidnapped and Genna realises this is no coincidence. But the explanation offered by the boy, Phoenix, is even stranger than she could have imagined - a long-forgotten foe has tracked her across lifetimes to lay claim to Genna's very soul. As the hunters close in, Genna has no choice but to trust her mysterious protector - and soon she is swept into a deadly adventure, racing across time to save herself and, ultimately, the human race. Because for Genna, death is only the beginning...

Edge Of Light

Author : Jay Antani
ISBN : 9780988419322
Genre : Fiction
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2021 IPPY Award Winner (Science Fiction) 2020 INDIES Book of the Year Finalist A riveting blend of apocalyptic YA adventure-thriller and alien-invasion sci-fi for fans of "The Maze Runner," "The Martian," and "The Hunger Games." A discovery of alien origin. A world on the brink. Now the race is on to possess ... what only one boy can protect. On October 23, 2030, a meteor explodes over Los Angeles, triggering chaos and panic. For seventeen-year-old Dev Harrison, the event coincides with a strange, recurring dream in which his long-disappeared physicist-father reveals to him a location high on a Tahoe peak where he's hidden the world's most coveted scientific secret. Eager to see if there's any truth to the dream, Dev hits the road with his best friends Abby and Conner. But their journey across a bleak California is far more dangerous than they imagined as they encounter fanatic separatists, mysterious drones, and a ruthless federal agent. Worst of all are the "crawlers"--not human, not animal, terrifying creatures whose appearance in the wake of the meteor is no coincidence. Courage, loyalty, wits: The friends want for none of these, but their adventure will demand much more. Especially after a conspiracy comes to light, and Dev realizes he's all that stands between protecting his father's legacy and global forces hell-bent on altering the fate of the universe.

The Berry Boys Series

Author : K. F. Berry
ISBN : 9781490870120
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Zeke and his brother Anthony are being constantly bullied on the school bus and at school but are afraid to tell their teachers and the school dean, Mr. Witherspoon. They have been warned by the bullies what happens to snitches and are certain the bullies will carry out their vicious threats. When Mr. Witherspoon learns of the problems between the boys and the bullies, he calls them into his office. Zeke and Anthony are filled with dread and are more terrified of the dean than they are of the bullies, as rumors circulate about what lurks behind Mr. Witherspoons dark glasses and the disappearance of one of the students at Berkshire Xavier School. But upon the sudden return of the missing student, Sherman Buckley everyone is forced to deal with the tragedy of bullying and the consequences of their silence. Frustrated and angry at the bullying, the name callings, the bathroom wedgies, being beaten up on the school bus, Zeke and Anthony finally take a stand. But when their courage and strength failed to ward off the bullies, Zeke begins to seek super powers from a crystal bottle. As he seeks divine help, he is faced with a life changing decisionhe must decide whether to get revenge or to forgive.

Wedding Puzzle

Author : Sallie Muirden
ISBN : 9781925760330
Genre : Fiction
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On the morning of her wedding, 24-year-old Beth Shaw drives down the peninsula to the Portsea Hotel. She is uneasy and confused because she has just learnt something devastating about her fiancé, Jordan, that completely changes her view of him. As Beth's old schoolmates and her relatives arrive for the big day at the bayside idyll, Beth contemplates her childhood in suburbia. She worshipped the school relay runners, one of whom was Jordan’s high school sweetheart. Painful memories of earlier disloyalties and betrayals resurface. Her dreams and wedding threaten to spin out of control. Will the truth ever be known? And must she make a fateful decision about more than just her wedding? Award-winning author Sallie Muirden deftly evokes the contradictions of human behaviour, and growing up in the 70s and 80s. With its Austenesque feel, Wedding Puzzle is an astute, entertaining, and often tense comedy of manners, that considers our choice of partner and the decision to marry as the key moment in our lives.

Cradle Lake

Author : Ronald Malfi
ISBN : 9781504064842
Genre : Fiction
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From the award-winning author of Bone White: “Riveting, idiosyncratic horror at its best . . . Leaves readers breathless with anticipation” (Fresh Fiction). New beginnings . . . In the shadow of the Great Smoky Mountains, an aging house leaves much to be desired, but Alan Hammerstun hopes it will be the fresh start he and his wife, Heather, need after her two miscarriages and later suicide attempt. But Heather remains distant and depressed and Alan is soon drawn to the woods behind the house—and the small lake hidden there. When he sees an injured child healed by its waters after being hit by a car, Alan becomes privy to the town’s greatest secret. But for every benefit the lake bestows, it demands an exacting price. And when Alan dares to defy the warnings, an ancient evil enters his house and his mind, spawning nightmares and paranoia. Soon, nothing is off limits to its malignant power—even Alan’s wife . . . “Malfi deftly maintains the tension and engrossing atmosphere of horror by stepping up the pace and frequency of bizarre events. . . . A tale of sustained terror.” —Publishers Weekly “This is, very often, a haunting and disturbing read. In places genuinely terrifying, it’s also a book concerned with themes of hope, redemption and how your past can poison your present.” —Horror Novel Reviews “A haunting and terrifying novel of madness and despair.” —Horror News Network

Much Ado About Baseball

Author : Rajani LaRocca
ISBN : 9781499812237
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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"Much Ado About Baseball is the best children's book I've read in the past 10 years!" -Brad Thor, New York Times bestselling author of the Scot Harvath series "A moving tale of baseball, magic, and former rivals who come together to solve a problem." -Kirkus Reviews, STARRED REVIEW In this companion novel to Midsummer's Mayhem, math and baseball combine with savory snacks to cause confusion and calamity in the town of Comity. Twelve-year-old Trish can solve tough math problems and throw a mean fastball. But because of her mom's new job, she's now facing a summer trying to make friends all over again in a new town. That isn't an easy thing to do, and her mom is too busy to notice how miserable she is. But at her first baseball practice, Trish realizes one of her teammates is Ben, the sixth-grade math prodigy she beat in the spring Math Puzzler Championships. Everyone around them seems to think that with their math talent and love of baseball, it's only logical that Trish and Ben become friends, but Ben makes it clear he still hasn't gotten over that loss and can't stand her. To make matters worse, their team can't win a single game. But then they meet Rob, an older kid who smacks home runs without breaking a sweat. Rob tells them about his family's store, which sells unusual snacks that will make them better ballplayers. Trish is dubious, but she's willing to try almost anything to help the team. When a mysterious booklet of math puzzles claiming to reveal the "ultimate answer" arrives in her mailbox, Trish and Ben start to get closer and solve the puzzles together. Ben starts getting hits, and their team becomes unstoppable. Trish is happy to keep riding the wave of good luck . . . until they get to a puzzle they can't solve, with tragic consequences. Can they find the answer to this ultimate puzzle, or will they strike out when it counts the most?

The Boy In The Headlights

Author : Samuel Bjork
ISBN : 9781473508651
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'Gives Jo Nesbo a run for his money' Sunday Express 'Intelligent and gripping' The Times ___ Mindless killer? Or do they know exactly what they're doing? Winter 1996. An old man is driving home when his headlights catch an animal on the empty road up ahead. He stamps hard on the brakes. But it is not an animal at all. It is a young boy, frightened and alone, with a set of deer antlers strapped firmly to his head. Fourteen years later, a body is found in a mountain lake. Within weeks, three people have died. Each time, the killer has left a clue, inviting Special Investigations Detectives Munch and Krüger to play a deadly game - a game they cannot possibly win. Against the most dangerous and terrifying kind of serial killer. One who chooses their victims completely at random. To find the killer they must look deep within their own dark pasts, but how can you stop a murderer when you cannot begin to predict their next move? ___ What readers are saying: ***** 'A riveting story, with plenty of dark emotions. Perfect for Scandi-Noir lovers.' ***** 'I was hooked, this tale got my heart racing and in places sat on the edge of my seat and reading late into the night.' ***** 'Ingenious . . . I found it gripping and compulsive.'

Running Against The Tide

Author : Amanda Ortlepp
ISBN : 9781925030655
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The past will always find you. Erin Travers is running away from her life and taking her two sons with her to a small town on the ruggedly beautiful Eyre Peninsula. The close-knit township is full of happy childhood memories for Erin, but she’s bringing a whole lot of baggage with her. When the peaceful community is disrupted by theft and arson, rumours fly about who is responsible. In a small town where lives are tangled too closely together, old grudges flare, fingers are pointed and secrets are unmasked. From the bestselling author of Claiming Noah, Running Against the Tide is brimming with malice and threat and cements Amanda Ortlepp as one of Australia’s most compelling storytellers. Praise for Claiming Noah ‘Emotions run high . . . A gripping, emotionally charged story’ Herald Sun ‘A thrilling and morally fascinating read’ Good Reading

Fabulating Beauty

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ISBN : 9789401202749
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Peter Carey is one of Australia’s finest creative writers, much admired by both literary critics and a worldwide reading public. While academia has been quick to see his fictions as exemplars of postcolonial and postmodern writing strategies, his general readership has been captivated by his deadpan sense of humour, his quirky characters, the outlandish settings and the grotesqueries of his intricate plots. After three decades of prolific writing and multiple award-winning, Carey stands out in the world of Australian letters as designated heir to Patrick White. Fabulating Beauty pays tribute to Carey’s literary achievement. It brings together the voices of many of the most renowned Carey critics in twenty essays (sixteen commissioned especially for this volume), an interview with the author, as well as the most extensive bibliography of Carey criticism to date. The studies represent a wide range of current perspectives on the writer’s fictions. Contributors focus on issues as diverse as the writer’s biography; his use of architectural metaphors; his interrogation of narrative structures such as myths and cultural master-plots; intertextual strategies; concepts of sacredness and references to the Christian tradition; and his strategies of rewriting history. Amidst predictions of the imminent death of ‘postist’ theory, the essays all attest to the ongoing relevance of the critical parameters framed by postmodernism and postcolonialism.

Richmond Son

Author : Peter R Fitton
ISBN : 9781524561208
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Richmond Son is a snapshot of the life and times of a boy during the 1950s. He lives in Richmond, an old and tired suburb on the doorstep of Melbourne. Peter attends St James, North Richmond, a Catholic primary school were the pupils are taught by nuns. Its struggling under the pressures of a burgeoning student population, the effects of the post war immigration boom and the baby boomers. Theres no government funding and few new nuns. A sense of antagonism is swirling just below the surface as Catholics continue to battle under the gaze of an indifferent Protestant majority. But unforeseen changes are about to occur which will ultimately transform this situation. Peters parents were strugglers. Like many of that time, they had been faced by a future without opportunity. First there had been the social, political and educational abyss of the 1930s depression, where adult unemployment reached 30%. Then the war arrived, which led to conscription for my father and factory work for my mother. When wars end finally came, a whole generation would look back upon a fifteen year period that had been laced with fear and despair. By the middle 1950s, our splendid city of Melbourne was on the cusp of great change. The Olympic Games were about to transform it and so was black and white television. Millions of new migrants would complete the transformation. Peter reflects upon how it used to be, seen through the eyes of a boy just eight years old.

Fairy Tales And Fantasies

Author : Irmgard Mokos
ISBN : 1462818374
Genre : Fiction
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Tales From The Oak Hammock

Author : David Charles Gossman
ISBN : 9781469757117
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Other than black and white TV, the baby boomer boys growing up in the little oak hammock east of South Floridas everglades dont have much to entertain them. Personal computers and the Internet are still decades away. Organized youth sports are all but non-existent in their environs. Rock and roll is king but exists only on an AM radio station and a stack of black vinyl disks. So how does a brotherhood of youngsters come of age while manufacturing adventure from an otherwise uneventful existence in the early 60s? How do they spend their summers when girls are still mysterious, undiscovered creatures and the bicycle is the only mode of transportation? And how do they face lifes unanswered questions while anticipating their once-in-a-lifetime trip to the New York Worlds Fair? Tales from the Oak Hammock chronicles the amusing answers to these questions as it recounts the misadventuresand misdemeanorsof boys who sometimes catch a glimpse of lifes meaningbut more often merely observe its puzzling complexities. They are the first generation raised by TV so they surely dont have all the answersbut this one thing they know: Life isnt always fair, but its almost always in black and white!

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