• The King in the Tree: Three Novellas

    From the author of "Edwin Mullhouse" and the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Martin Dressier" come three dazzling novellas about the many shapes of love. HTML - The King in the Tree: Three Novellas.html (HTML Webs) PDF - The King in the Tree: Three Novellas.pdf (Portable Documents) LIT - The King in the Tree: Three Novellas.lit (Ebooks Format) EPUB - The King in the Tree: Three Novellas.epub (Mobile Books) Office - The King in the Tree: Three Novellas.docx (Microsoft Office Documents

  • Making Sense of the Industrial Revolution: English Economy and Society 1700-1850
    Making Sense of the Industrial Revolution: English Economy and Society 1700-1850

    This comprehensive and innovative book on the Industrial Revolution uses carefully chosen case studies, illustrated with extracts from contemporary documents, to offer new perspectives on the process and impact of industrialization. The authors look at the development of economic structures, the financing of the Industrial Revolution, technological advances, markets and demand, and agricultural pr

  • White's Dictionary Of The King James Language: (Understanding Bible Words As They Were Used In 1611)

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  • Flying the Hump to China

    A youngster's flying dreams become a reality when he enlists in the Army Air Corps. Flying ever more challenging airplanes, he earns his wings and learns the skills needed to fly the B-24 Liberator. He boards a plane for overseas, his destination being unknown. It turns out to be India, flying 4-engine cargo aircraft hauling gasoline over the Hump to China, where B-29s wait for gas to make bombing

  • House Held Up by Trees
    House Held Up by Trees

    Ted Kooser, Jon Klassen - From Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Ted Kooser and rising talent Jon Klassen comes a poignant tale of loss, change, and nature's quiet triumph.When the house was new, not a single tree remained on its perfect lawn to give shade from the sun. The children in the house trailed the scent of wild trees to neighboring lots, where thick bushes offered up secret places to play. When the children grew up and…

  • A Slip of the Tongue

    Joel Fram, Sandra Salmans - Here is a hilarious compendium of ways in which the high and mighty have fallen-straight from their own mouths. In the spirit of The Darwin Awards, and drawing from leaders in the business, political, and sports arenas, Slip of the Tongue provides a painful panoply of remarks that have derailed careers and soiled reputations. Reluctant contributors include Rush Limbaugh, Bill Maher, Shaquille O’…

  • Requiem for an Elf (Poison Elves, Vol. 1)

    Drew Hayes - - HTML - Requiem for an Elf (Poison Elves, Vol. 1).html (HTML Webs)
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  • Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis
    Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis

    J.D. Vance - From a former Marine and Yale Law School Graduate, a poignant account of growing up in a poor Appalachian town, that offers a broader, probing look at the struggles of America’s white working class. Part memoir, part historical and social analysis, J. D. Vance’s Hillbilly Elegy is a fascinating consideration of class, culture, and the American dream.Vance’s grandparents were “dirt poor and…

  • The Rag and Bone Shop

    Robert Cormier - Terse and terrifying, this final book from Cormier will leave a lasting impression. Jason, almost 13, is a shy, ineffectual child, who takes being bullied as a matter of course--but if he sees someone else being pushed around, he may strike back. When the seven-year-old girl who lives next door is murdered, Jason is horrified. He was the last one to see her alive. He wants to do everything he can …