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Black Spring

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Author: Henry Miller
Number of Pages: 208 
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Black Spring

Black Spring ebook ISBN: 9781847491206
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Author: Henry Miller
Number of Pages: 228 
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Black Spring

Black Spring ebook ISBN: 1101618175
Publisher: Penguin
Author: Christina Henry
Number of Pages: 288 
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A former Agent of death, Madeline Black now has everything to live for, most importantly, her unborn child. But Chicago has become ground zero in a struggle between ancient creatures, and only Maddy can stop the carnage… The mayor of Chicago has announced a plan to round up the city’s supernatural beings and put them in camps. With her due date looming, Maddy’s best move would be to lay low for a while. But not everyone is willing to respect her privacy. Hounded by tentacled monsters, a rogue shapeshifter, and a tenacious blogger, Maddy turns to her most powerful ally, her uncle Daharan, only to find him missing. Just when it seems like things can’t get any worse, Maddy gets an invitation in the mail—to Lucifer’s wedding. Turns out everyone has been invited, friends and enemies alike. And with that kind of guest list, it’s highly unlikely there will be a happily ever after.

Black Spring (The Tournament, #3)

Black Spring (The Tournament, #3) ebook ISBN: 0989940012
Publisher: Griffith Publishing LLC
Author: B. B. Griffith
Number of Pages: 320 
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The Black House gathers power and the remaining teams are divided. The Tournament will fall into the hands of Eddie Mazaryk and Team Black unless Ellie Willmore and Team Blue can stop them. But to stop Black, Ellie needs to pull off a miracle: unite sworn enemies to beat the best of the best. The stakes have never been higher. The winners own the Tournament. The losers forfeit everything...even their lives. Ties of friendship, love, and hate are put to the test under a hail of gunfire in Black Spring, the third installment in the Tournament series.

Black Spring

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Author: Henry Miller (Schriftsteller, USA)
Number of Pages: 249 
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Printemps noir

Printemps noir ebook ISBN: 2849538531
Publisher: La Boite à Bulles
Author: Henry Miller
Number of Pages: 267 
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Black Spring

Black Spring ebook ISBN: 0763667080
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Author: Alison Croggon
Number of Pages: 288 
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Inspired by the gothic classic Wuthering Heights, this stunning new fantasy from the author of the Books of Pellinor is a fiercely romantic tale of betrayal and vengeance. In a savage land sustained by wizardry and ruled by vendetta, Lina is the enchanting but willful daughter of a village lord. She and her childhood companion, Damek, have grown up privileged and spoiled, and they’re devoted to each other to the point of obsession. But Lina’s violet eyes betray her for a witch, and witches are not tolerated in a brutally patriarchal society. Her rank protects her from persecution, but it cannot protect her from tragedy and heartbreak. An innocent visitor stands witness to the devastation that ensues as destructive longing unleashes Lina’s wrath, and with it her forbidden power. Whether drawn by the romantic, the magical, or the gothic, readers will be irresistibly compelled by the passion of this tragic tale.

The Obelisk Trilogy

The Obelisk Trilogy ebook ISBN: 9781596541108
Publisher: olympiapress.com
Author: Henry Miller
Number of Pages: 427 
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Tropic of Capricorn : Riotous, rude and explosive, this book chronicles Henry Miller's early life in New York. The young Miller is angry, passionate, lewd, a fiery prophet of sexual and intellectual freedom, and an incorrigible prankster dedicated to the subversion of America's stale moral code. Read it, and experience for yourself Miller's raw, unbridled love of life in all its filthy, vital glory.

Classic Salmon Fly Patterns

Classic Salmon Fly Patterns ebook ISBN: 0811748596
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Author: Michael D. Radencich
Number of Pages: 352 
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The most complete collection of classic salmon fly patterns ever compiled.

The Indigenous World 2008

The Indigenous World 2008 ebook ISBN: 8791563445
Publisher: IWGIA
Author: Kathrin Wessendorf
Number of Pages: 578 
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This yearbook contains a comprehensive update on the current situation of indigenous peoples and their human rights, and provides an overview of the most important developments in international and regional processes during 2007. Includes religion and country reports covering most of the indigenous world, updated information on international and regional processes relating to indigenous peoples.

The Springs of Florida

The Springs of Florida ebook ISBN: 1561644188
Publisher: Pineapple Press Inc
Author: Douglas R. Stamm
Number of Pages: 114 
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The deepest and largest known springs in the world are found here in Florida. The photographs are the result of hundreds of hours under water. This new edition is completely updated to serve as a guide to Florida's many spring parks and their inhabitants. Vital for canoeists, kayakers, divers, snorkelers, and visitors.

Ecologies of invention

Ecologies of invention ebook ISBN: 1743323573
Publisher: Sydney University Press
Author: Andy Dong,John Conomos ,Brad Buckley
Number of Pages: 188 
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Are artists, designers and musicians inventors? Or does the invention originate from scientific discovery alone? Ecologies of Invention is the first collection of essays that brings together writers and scholars of international standing from the University of Sydney and beyond to examine assumptions underlying notions of inventiveness. The writers explain how inventiveness borne out of aesthetic ambitions is impacting on and changing our culture and society. Ecologies of Invention describes the articulation of inventive capacities across disciplines and across multiple scales, from personal capacities to the social, spatial and network configurations that drive people to produce inventions. The book poses new questions for scholars, artists, architects, designers, historians, engineers, scientists, lawyers and economists about the nature, origins and processes of invention. 'This is a challenging book which confronts traditional thinking around creativity and inventiveness and raises issues that need serious debate'. Barry Jones AO

Frost of Spring Green

Frost of Spring Green ebook ISBN: 1930948913
Publisher: Whispering Pine Press International, Inc.
Author: Karen Jean Matsko Hood
Number of Pages: 230 
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Karen Jean Matsko Hood’s writing is bold and honest. She communicates in a simple, direct way that is sure to captivate readers. If you are not yet familiar with her work, you are in for a treat with this first release in poetry series. The first book in the Frost of Spring Green Series can be read for pure enjoyment or as an insightful examination of our busy world. You may read one of her poems, enjoy its breezy wittiness, and then revisit it months later to discover something altogether fresh and new. This is what ultimately makes her poems lasting treasures: they reveal depth over time. Each reading promises something new, an additional layer of meaning that will enrich your daily life. Drawing from many of her poems already accepted for publication in international journals, Hood, as an emerging American poet and author, brings together unique verses in this, her first book of poetry. Hood’s poems remind us to value our link with nature and the environment in daily living. Her poetry voices outrage toward current social injustices, offers a voice for the downtrodden, and brings hope to the most hopeless of situations. She is optimistic in her quest for dignity for all life, and brings visual impact to her themes of nature. Frost of Spring Green will also be available in international bilingual editions. A collection of poetry ideal for reading time and again, this book makes a great gift for friends and family members.

The Future of Children: Spring 2005

The Future of Children: Spring 2005 ebook ISBN: 9780815721178
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
Author: Cecilia Rouse,Jeanne Brooks-Gunn,Sara S. McLanahan
Number of Pages: 196 
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The Future of Children is a new semiannual publication that provies research and analysis to promote effective policies and programs for children. This first issue focuses on "School Readiness: Closing Racial and Ethnic Gaps." For more than 30 years, researchers have seen white children outperform black and other minority children in tests of reading and math skills. Though there is evidence that the gap has narrowed somewhat, the very persistence of this "racial and ethnic gap" remains a source considerable concern for academics, policy professionals and parents. The ethnic and racial gaps appear to reach back to the preschool years. When children reach the school door, minority children exhibit lower school readiness skills, at least those measured by standardized tests, than their white counterparts. From that point forward, the achievement gap only widens. If policy professionals are to address this disparity in academic achievement (and the consequent disparity in later opportunity), the racial and ethnic gap must be examined in the very earliest years, before students begin school with embedded inequalities. This volume critically summarizes the research on the origin and trajectory of the racial and ethnic gap in the early years from several theoretical perspectives. In particular, research is analyzed to determine when these differences start to emerge, in what areas they appear, what factors contribute to their development by the time children enter grade school and what are the long term effects. Contents: Introducing the Issue of Test Score Ethnic and Racial Disparities, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Sara McLanahan, and Cecilia Elena Rouse Identifying Racial and Ethnic Differences in School Readiness, Donald Rock and Jack Stenner Test Score Gaps: The Contribution of Family and Neighborhood Characteristics, Greg Duncan and Katherine Magnuson Genetic Differences and School Readiness, William T. Dickens Neuroscience Perspectives on Disparities in School Readiness, Kim Noble, B. J. Casey, and Nim Tottenham Low Birth Weight and School Readiness, Nancy Reichman The Impact of Health on School Readiness, Janet Currie Parenting, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn and Lisa Markman Childcare and Early Education, Katherine Magnuson and Jane Waldfogel

Black Nature

Black Nature ebook ISBN: 0820334316
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
Author: Camille T. Dungy
Number of Pages: 387 
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Black Nature is the first anthology to focus on nature writing by African American poets, a genre that until now has not commonly been counted as one in which African American poets have participated. Black poets have a long tradition of incorporating treatments of the natural world into their work, but it is often read as political, historical, or protest poetry--anything but nature poetry. This is particularly true when the definition of what constitutes nature writing is limited to work about the pastoral or the wild. Camille T. Dungy has selected 180 poems from 93 poets that provide unique perspectives on American social and literary history to broaden our concept of nature poetry and African American poetics. This collection features major writers such as Phillis Wheatley, Rita Dove, Yusef Komunyakaa, Gwendolyn Brooks, Sterling Brown, Robert Hayden, Wanda Coleman, Natasha Trethewey, and Melvin B. Tolson as well as newer talents such as Douglas Kearney, Major Jackson, and Janice Harrington. Included are poets writing out of slavery, Reconstruction, the Harlem Renaissance, the Black Arts Movement, and late twentieth- and early twenty-first-century African American poetic movements. Black Nature brings to the fore a neglected and vital means of considering poetry by African Americans and nature-related poetry as a whole. A Friends Fund Publication.

The Mist

The Mist ebook ISBN: 1101211660
Publisher: Penguin
Author: Stephen King
Number of Pages: 240 
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In the wake of a summer storm, terror descends... #1 New York Times bestselling author Stephen King suspends a small town in a haze of terror—as humanity makes its last stand against unholy destruction…

Ecosystem Modeling as a Management Tool for the Black Sea

Ecosystem Modeling as a Management Tool for the Black Sea ebook ISBN: 9780792352433
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Author: Leonid I. Ivanov,Temel Oguz
Number of Pages: 774 
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This text tackles complex scientific problems related to the evolution of the Black Sea ecosystem. This volume contains 27 papers in all, two on the NATO TU Black Sea database and database management system, eight on the Black Sea biogeochemistry, and 17 on the biological structure of the basin.