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Baby Island

Baby Island ebook ISBN: 1442468599
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Author: Carol Ryrie Brink
Number of Pages: 160 
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When a ferocious storm hits their ship, young Mary and Jean become stranded on a deserted island. They’re not the only survivors; with them are four babies. Immediately the sisters set out to make the island a home for themselves and the little ones. A classic tale of courage and dedication from a Newbery Medalist author.

Heron Baby Island

Heron Baby Island ebook ISBN: 1926839994
Publisher: Club Lighthouse Publishing
Author: N.A
Number of Pages: N.A 
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The Baby-Sitters Club Super Special #4: Baby-Sitters' Island Adventure

The Baby-Sitters Club Super Special #4: Baby-Sitters' Island Adventure ebook ISBN: 0545630738
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Author: Ann M. Martin
Number of Pages: 240 
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Dawn and Claudia have been taking sailing lessons and can finally sail without any instructors. Now the girls and three kids they sit for plan to sail to Greenpoint Island for a picnic. But when a storm forces them way off course, they have an adventure they'll never forget.

Whidbey Island

Whidbey Island ebook ISBN: 1625847610
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Author: Elizabeth Guss,Janice O'Mahony,Mary Richardson
Number of Pages: 192 
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For generations, Whidbey Island's vivid beauty has made it a home for those drawn in by a rural landscape and thriving communities. Whether native tribes, pioneers, vacationers or retirees, all have enjoyed the island's legacy. Their stories illustrate Whidbey Island residents' devotion to their home. Authors Elizabeth Guss, Janice O'Mahony and Mary Richardson offer a compelling anthology that captures the history behind the intentional protection and restoration of natural and cultural areas on the island. Each story sheds new light on Whidbey Island's rich heritage. From the early settlements of Native Americans and Europeans, to federal involvement with the Civilian Conservation Corps and the U.S. Navy, continuing through the activism in the 1960s and 1970s, to today, this is the story of Whidbey Island.

Coney Island Baby!

Coney Island Baby! ebook ISBN: 1477170685
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Jonathan Scott
Number of Pages: N.A 
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This collection of pictures, poems, and art is my photography/art statement on OUR Coney Island (mid to late 20s age folks). Picking up after the closing of Astroland amusement park (the last full out park still standing in CI, which is now the re-vamped Luna Park, a throw back to the original circa. early 1900s) into the opening of 2010/2011 Luna Park/Scream Zone and The Wonder Wheel's 90th birthday. This collection shows Coney Island from 2008 to 2011.It's a gritty little Coney now, but with all the classics still alive. The circus, vaudeville, freak shows, and burlesque. Also of-course: The Cyclone, Mermaid Day, The Forth of July & Easter Sunday. Coney is STILL the hot-spot summer destination/family tradition..... with a Hot Dog in one hand, El-dorado arcade tokens, and strong Pina Colada in the other!!!!Coney Island will never lose its attraction and shine. Like a giant magnet pulling those curious and somewhat nervous people in, and they stay here. Once they sense the creativity, regardless if they are an artist or not, Coney will draw it out of them. An inspiration, A muse to creative, to express yourself, to be a little crazy because... It's normal here, and that in itself, will never go out of vogue. Coney Island will keep constantly changing and redeveloping, Yes. but it's been doin' that from the beginning. However, there is something here that can never be torn down nor changed. It's a magical place yet, it ain't Disneyland!

The Presence of the Past in Children's Literature

The Presence of the Past in Children's Literature ebook ISBN: 9780313324833
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
Author: International Research Society for Children's Literature,International Research Society for Child
Number of Pages: 242 
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Explores how children's writers around the world have presented the theme and concept of time past.

Island Baby

Island Baby ebook ISBN: 9780099500612
Publisher: Arrow
Author: Holly Keller
Number of Pages: 32 
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Les amants de Coney Island

Les amants de Coney Island ebook ISBN: 2246817587
Publisher: Grasset
Author: Billy O'Callaghan
Number of Pages: 288 
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La tempête de neige qui s’abat sur la presqu’île de Coney Island, en cet après-midi d’hiver, n’empêchera pas Michael et Caitlin de se retrouver dans un petit hôtel comme ils le font une fois par mois depuis un quart de siècle, mais elle confère à leurs retrouvailles une urgence inhabituelle. Michael et Caitlin sont mariés – chacun de son côté. Depuis tant d’années, leur vie est rythmée par ces rendez-vous clandestins et mensuels, toujours à Coney Island – dans le décor étrange et un peu décati d’une station balnéaire aux allures de parc d’attractions –, puisqu’ils n’ont pas eu le courage de divorcer et de laisser derrière eux un quotidien terne. Mais si cet après-midi-là ils feront l’amour comme à chaque fois, ils devront aussi parler de l’avenir, prendre des décisions peut-être. Car Thomas, le mari de Caitlin, sera sans doute muté dans le Midwest, et la femme de Michael, Barbara, est en train de se mourir d’un cancer. Alors Michael et Caitlin vont-ils enfin oser se projeter dans une vie commune, ou au contraire, vont-ils renoncer ? Pendant que les heures dans cette chambre trop froide s’égrènent, les souvenirs affluent : leur rencontre dans un dancing, le coup de foudre, la mort du bébé de Michael et Barbara, la brève carrière d’écrivain de Caitlin, mais aussi leurs enfances respectives, elle à Brooklyn, lui sur la petite île d’Inishbofin au large du Connemara. Deux êtres qui partagent une intimité radicale dans le secret le plus absolu, deux amants à la croisée des chemins. Et lorsque l’après-midi se finit, tous deux doivent prendre le train du retour... O’Callaghan exprime avec une précision inouïe la force du lien qui unit un homme et une femme, il y parvient à travers l’évocation à la fois sensuelle et hyperréaliste de l’amour physique. Il dit aussi les rêves et les actes manqués, les renoncements et les regrets, mais il chante surtout, et avant tout, le manque et le désir qui vous brûlent, vous coupent le souffle, vous font vivre. Traduit de l'anglais (Irlande) par Carine Chichereau.

Camano Island

Camano Island ebook ISBN: 9780738531359
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Author: Karen Prasse
Number of Pages: 127 
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Camano Island is one of dozens of islands in Puget Sound once covered with immense stands of Douglas fir and Western red cedar. Beginning in 1858, and while the Civil War raged half a continent away, a large mill operated at the northern end of the island where the tall ships anchored to take away spars, pilings, and lumber for export abroad. The mill closed in 1891, and small logging companies took the rest of the big trees over the years. Once a bridge was built in 1909, Camano became the “island you can drive to” for a fishing trip, hunting outing, or a vacation cabin within a few hours of Seattle. In the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountains, Camano has become home to thousands of newcomers who enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the Cascade and Olympic Mountain Ranges from Mount Baker to Mount Rainier. Camano Island is one of dozens of islands in Puget Sound once covered with immense stands of Douglas fir and Western red cedar. Beginning in 1858, and while the Civil War raged half a continent away, a large mill operated at the northern end of the island where the tall ships anchored to take away spars, pilings, and lumber for export abroad. The mill closed in 1891, and small logging companies took the rest of the big trees over the years. Once a bridge was built in 1909, Camano became the “island you can drive to” for a fishing trip, hunting outing, or a vacation cabin within a few hours of Seattle. In the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountains, Camano has become home to thousands of newcomers who enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the Cascade and Olympic Mountain Ranges from Mount Baker to Mount Rainier.

Coney Island baby

Coney Island baby ebook ISBN: 9782844143938
Publisher:
Author: Nine Antico
Number of Pages: 150 
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A travers le récit des vies de Betty Page et de Linda Lovelace, cette bande dessinée évoque le milieu de la pornographie aux Etats-Unis dans les années 1950 à 1970.

Island Baby

Island Baby ebook ISBN: 9780373822584
Publisher:
Author: Anne Marie Winston
Number of Pages: 217 
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The Hearts of Horses

The Hearts of Horses ebook ISBN: 0330515020
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Author: Molly Gloss
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In the winter of 1917, a big-boned young woman shows up at George Bliss's doorstep. She's looking for a job breaking horses, and he hires her. Many of his regular hands are off fighting the war in Europe, and he glimpses beneath her showy rodeo garb, a shy but determined girl with a serious knowledge of horses. So begins the irresistable tale of Martha Lessen, a female horse whisperer trying to make a go of it in a man's world. Along the way, Martha helps a German family, ostracised by the community, to save their horses, gentles another horse for a dying man - a last gift to his young son - and gradually earns the respect and admiration of her new neighbours. With elegant sweetness and a pitch-perfect sense of western life, The Hearts of Horses is a remarkable a story about how people and animals make connections and touch each other's lives in the most unexpected and profound ways.

Dark at the Roots

Dark at the Roots ebook ISBN: 1619020270
Publisher: Catapult
Author: Sarah Thyre
Number of Pages: 319 
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As a middle child raised middle class and stuck out in the middle of Louisiana, hilarious writer and actress Sarah Thyre often found her in-between existence far less than desirable. Even from a young age, Sarah found ways of shirking her own hated identity whether by stealing someone else's or lying about her own. She changed her name, claimed to be a great outdoorsman, and solicited donations for her favorite charity which turned out to be, in fact, her. In addition, Sarah lived through the violent struggles between her parents and their often troubled finances, and the stories with which she emerged populate this charming memoir.

Let's Hear It for the Girls

Let's Hear It for the Girls ebook ISBN: 1101161752
Publisher: Penguin
Author: Erica Bauermeister,Holly Smith
Number of Pages: 240 
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"Bravo! They've given adults and young girls a much-needed treasure map of heroines and 'she-roes'...It blazes an important path in the forest of children's literature."—Jim Trelease.

Creating the Creole Island

Creating the Creole Island ebook ISBN: 0822386917
Publisher: Duke University Press
Author: Megan Vaughan
Number of Pages: 358 
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The island of Mauritius lies in the middle of the Indian Ocean, about 550 miles east of Madagascar. Uninhabited until the arrival of colonists in the late sixteenth century, Mauritius was subsequently populated by many different peoples as successive waves of colonizers and slaves arrived at its shores. The French ruled the island from the early eighteenth century until the early nineteenth. Throughout the 1700s, ships brought men and women from France to build the colonial population and from Africa and India as slaves. In Creating the Creole Island, the distinguished historian Megan Vaughan traces the complex and contradictory social relations that developed on Mauritius under French colonial rule, paying particular attention to questions of subjectivity and agency. Combining archival research with an engaging literary style, Vaughan juxtaposes extensive analysis of court records with examinations of the logs of slave ships and of colonial correspondence and travel accounts. The result is a close reading of life on the island, power relations, colonialism, and the process of cultural creolization. Vaughan brings to light complexities of language, sexuality, and reproduction as well as the impact of the French Revolution. Illuminating a crucial period in the history of Mauritius, Creating the Creole Island is a major contribution to the historiography of slavery, colonialism, and creolization across the Indian Ocean.

The My Little Pony G3 Collector's Inventory

The My Little Pony G3 Collector's Inventory ebook ISBN: 0978606353
Publisher: Priced Nostalgia Press
Author: Summer Hayes
Number of Pages: 188 
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A guide to the third generation of My little pony collectibles, with detailed photos for easy identification.

A Cruising Guide to Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands : Olympia to Port Angeles

A Cruising Guide to Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands : Olympia to Port Angeles ebook ISBN: 9780071420396
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Author: Migael Scherer
Number of Pages: 320 
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"Simply put, every local boater should have a dog-eared, well-thumbed copy [of this guide] as a permanent feature in the nautical library."—48° North A Cruising Guide to Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands has earned an outstanding reputation for the accuracy of its piloting instructions, the clarity of its writing, and the high quality of its information. This second edition includes color photos and nautical chart segments throughout, as well as: Approaches and anchorages for hundreds of bays, harbors, and inlets—many with annotated charts Weather, tides, currents, and commercial traffic patterns Local history and attractions 240 full-color photos 75 color chartlets Larger size and lay-flat binding for ease of use With at-a-glance ratings of every harbor and anchorage, A Cruising Guide to Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands is the definitive resource for Pacific Northwest cruising. "Everything a yachtsman's pilot ought to be: shipshape and workmanlike in its approach, unusually well written, very thoughtfully researched."—Jonathan Raban, bestselling author, Waxwings: A Novel and Passage to Juneau "All the necessary nuts and bolts about navigating local waters is found in A Cruising Guide to Puget Sound. . . . A welcome addition to the library of any Puget Sound sail- or powerboat owner."—Seattle Times "An elegant, beautiful book. . . . For even those few boaters who think they know all Puget Sound has to offer, this invaluable reference guide will introduce them to hundreds of new places yet to explore."—48° North "So complete that veteran cruisers will discover cruising grounds they didn't know existed or didn't consider navigable."—SAIL "An encyclopedic sailing guide to area waters, written with exhaustive first-hand research to almost every cove and inlet, and complemented with a remarkable series of maps, charts, and pictures."—Seattle Post-Intelligencer "Well written and full of tantalizing places."—WoodenBoat "A keeper for my 'to take cruising' box."—Sailing "A monumental book that gives minute details on every bay, waterway, and stretch of navigable salt water from Olympia to Port Angeles, including the San Juan Islands. It does an excellent job of explaining navigational hazards and anchoring peculiarities at each point along the way."—Bellingham Herald

Another Way

Another Way ebook ISBN: 1630875686
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Author: Kevin Brown
Number of Pages: 224 
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Like many young Christians, Kevin Brown had what he believed to be a strong faith, one that provided answers to all the questions he had and might encounter. He even attended a Christian college and considered becoming a youth minister. While there, though, he began having doubts about his faith, began asking questions that came from discussions both in and out of the classroom--questions he couldn't find answers to. When the church told him he shouldn't be asking those questions, he left the church and his faith behind. He kept asking questions, though, and kept looking for a faith that would allow him to have questions and doubts, yet still believe. What he found may offer an answer to the religious divide in our society--one that separates evangelical from progressive Christians, one that separates sacred from secular. In this memoir, Brown describes his spiritual journey from his first faith to the loss of faith to the way he found back to a Christianity where he can ask those questions, a different way than he knew before. He still has questions and doubts, but he also has faith, in spite of and because of those questions and doubts.