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Towers Falling

By Jewell Parker Rhodes
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Jewell Parker Rhodes
When her fifth-grade teacher hints that a series of lessons about home and community will culminate with one big answer about two tall towers once visible outside their classroom window, Deja can't help but feel confused. She sets off on a journey of discovery, with new friends Ben and Sabeen by her side. But just as she gets closer to answering big questions about who she is, what America means, and how communities can grow (and heal), she uncovers new questions, too. Like, why does Pop get so angry when she brings up anything about the towers? Award-winning author Jewell Parker Rhodes tells a powerful story about young people who weren't alive to witness this defining moment in history, but begin to realize how much it colors their every day.

This is What a Librarian Looks Like

By Kyle Cassidy
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Kyle Cassidy
In 2014, author and photographer Kyle Cassidy published a photo essay on Slate.com called "This is What A Librarian Looks Like," a montage of portraits and a tribute to librarians. Since then, Cassidy has made it his mission to remind us of how essential librarians and libraries are to our communities. His subjects are men and women of all ages, backgrounds, and personal style-from pink hair and leather jackets to button-downs and blazers. In short, notnecessarily what one thinks a librarian looks like. The nearly 220 librarians photographed also share their personal thoughts on what it means to be a librarian. This is What A Librarian Looks Like also includes original essay by some of our most beloved writers, journalists, and commentators including Neil Gaiman, George R.R. Martin, Nancy Pearl, Cory Doctorow, Paula Poundstone, Amanda Palmer, Peter Sagal, Jeff VanderMeer, John Scalzi, Sara Farizan, Amy Dickinson, and others. Cassidy also profiles a handful of especially influential librarians and libraries
  • The Time-Traveling Fashionista And Cleopatra, Queen Of The Nile

    By Bianca Turetsky
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    Bianca Turetsky
    When Louise Lambert tries on a lavender Grecian gown at the Traveling Vintage Fashion Sale, she feels a familiar tug and falls back in time, arriving at the dusty base of an enormous pyramid. She's landed in Ancient Egypt... or has she? In fact, Louise is on the legendary 1963 Cleopatra film set, in the company of movie star Elizabeth Taylor, but her time there is short lived. When Louise gets her hands on an artifact in the wardrobe tent's box of "source material," she is whisked away once more to historical Alexandria, Egypt. There she quickly learns that life as a handmaiden to real Queen Cleopatra is much more fashionable - and treacherous - than she could have ever imagined.As with the other books in this series, full-color illustrations by professional fashion illustrator Sandra Suy bring to life the styles of Ancient Egypt, old Hollywood, and present day.
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  • The Time-Traveling Fashionista at the Palace of Marie Antoinette

    By Bianca Turetsky
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    Bianca Turetsky
    Louise Lambert's best friend's thirteenth birthday party is fast approaching so the most important question on her mind is, of course, "what am I going to wear?!" Just in time, she receives yet another invitation to the mysterious traveling vintage fashion sale. As Louise slips on a lavish antique gown, she finds herself back in time once again... and speaking French?Swept up in the glory of palace life, fancy parties, and enormous hair as a member of the iconic Marie Antoinette's court, Louise finds that this time she's not alone in her time-travels, and between cute commoner boys and trips to Paris for custom-made couture, Louise must keep her head on straight as she races against the clock to get home. Professional fashion illustrator Sandra Suy is on board once again to fill the pages of this second Time-Traveling Fashionista novel with eye-catching full-color illustrations of the era's sumptuous styles.
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  • Thursday's Children

    By Rumer Godden
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    Rumer Godden
    Doone Penny is a child with a gift - he was born to dance. But though others recognise his talent, there is little encouragement from his family. His mother preens over his pretty sister, Crystal, also a dancer, but fiercely competitive and vain. Doone's father would never allow a son of his to have ballet lessons, and his brothers think he's a sissy.But Doone has passion and ambition beyond his years, and knows he can succeed, if only he is given the chance. If he can make it into Queen's Chase, Her Majesty's Junior Ballet School, he'll show them all . ..
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  • The Time-Traveling Fashionista on Board the Titanic

    By Bianca Turetsky
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    Bianca Turetsky
    When Louise Lambert receives a mysterious invitation to a traveling vintage fashion sale in the mail, her normal life in suburban Connecticut is magically transformed into a time-traveling adventure. After a brief encounter with two witchy salesladies and donning an evening gown that once belonged to a beautiful silent film star, Louise suddenly finds herself onboard a luxurious cruise ship in 1912. As Alice Baxter, the silent film star, Louise enjoys her access to an extensive closet of gorgeous vintage gowns and begins to get a feel for the challenges and the glamour of life during this decadent era. Until she realizes that she's not just on any ship - she's on the Titanic! Will Louise be able to save herself and change the course of history, or are she and her film star alter ego destined to go down with a sinking ship in the most infamous sea disaster of the 20th century? With detailed, full-color fashion illustrations throughout by professional fashion illustrator, Sandra Suy, The Time-Traveling Fashionista series capitalizes on the booming interest and fashion expertise of pre-teen girls today.

    Things to Make and Doodle

    By Tony Payne, Tony Payne
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    Tony Payne
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    Tony Payne
    Encouraging doodlers to take the next step in creativity and craftiness, Things to Make and Doodle is full of numerous animal-related and kid-friendly projects to doodle, colour, cut out, and keep. Each paper project includes much of the doodling and colouring fun that the series is known for, and easy-to-follow steps direct kids how to cut out and fold each piece to be proudly shown off. From big-cat straw-toppers to penguins that stand up by themselves to stylish racing cars, this activity book filled with fun facts has something for everyone.

    Time To Help Your Parents

    By Jacky Hyams
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    Jacky Hyams
    For the first time, pensioners outnumber children in the UK. With limited support for carers and no formal training, this book provides everything you need to know about caring for ageing parentsWe're all living longer than ever. But there is, inevitably, a point when most of us have to face the fact that Mum or Dad - or both - really do need more help. For many, the responsibility of supporting their parents and aiding them to make the right decisions at the right time can be challenging. This book covers the key issues surrounding caring for ageing parents:* What are the main health issues you need to be aware of? * What is really involved in moving into sheltered or residential care?* What happens if it's clear a parent can't cope at home but wants to stay there? This book enables you to tackle the small, practical, problems that crop up daily such as shopping, nutrition, cleaning and reduced mobility, as well at the bigger, more complex issues such as independence, health, changing roles, accommodation and financial issues. The invaluable insights contained in TIME TO HELP YOUR PARENTS will enable you to understand your parents' perspectives and enjoy your relationships with them as they grow older.
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    The Treasure Hunter's Handbook

    By Brian Grove
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    Brian Grove
    Who hasn't dreamed of discovering some immensely valuable piece of buried treasure in a field - and thereby perhaps making a fortune? Brian Grove describes the many different types of treasure that can be found, and where they can be found. There are chapters on: . Metal Detecting. Prospecting for Gold. Dump Hunting. Beachcombing. Fossil Hunting. Wreck Diving. Uniquely, the book combines essential information on the practicalities of treasure hunting with inspiring stories of people who have found valuable hoards - like Eric Lawes who in 1992 discovered the Hoxne Treasure in Suffolk, and received 1.75 million from the British Museum!

    To Catch A Mermaid

    By Suzanne Selfors
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    Suzanne Selfors
    Boom Broom doesn't think his life could get any worse. Ever since his mother was swept away by a twister, his family has gone crazy. They refuse to leave the house and Boom and his sister Mertyle are looked after by Halvor, the Viking descendant who rents the room over their garage. When Boom finds a baby mermaid who seems to grant unlimited wishes, he thinks his luck has turned around. That is, until his sister is hit by the curse of the merfolk. Now Boom and his best friend Winger must find a way to return the merbaby to its mother and save Mertyle before it is too late.

    This Year You Write Your Novel

    By Walter Mosley
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    Walter Mosley
    Is that great novel still a seed in your mind, waiting for just the right time to emerge? When school is finished? When the kids have graduated? When you retire? No more excuses! You can write a novel and in this essential book of tips and practical advice for the aspiring writer, bestselling athor Walter Mosley promises you can write a novel in one year. Intended as both inspiration and instruction, Mosley discusses in very simple terms elements of fiction writing, a writer's discipline and the nuances of editing and rewriting.THIS YEAR YOU WRITE YOUR NOVEL incorporates useful examples and valuable insights from the author of 24 books.
  • Timekeepers

    By Catherine Webb
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    Catherine Webb
    Sam Linnifer returns to continue what he started in Waywalkers and rid the world of the deadly plots and schemes of the elder gods. But with Seth, Jehovah and Thor now in control of the dread Pandora Spirits Sam knows Earth's only hope may rest in his unleashing the Light. But the power bestowed upon him at birth by his father Time could have deadly consequences for Sam himself. For in unleashing the Light, Sam must touch the minds of every human on Earth. To save the world, Sam may have to destroy himself...Timekeepers is the stunning follow up to the acclaimed Waywalkers. You'll meet Firedancers in London on a rainy summer night, walk the Ways between Earth and Heaven with Bhudda, hole up in a sleazy German bar with Adam, and find yourself trusting the one person you never dreamed you would. In a war between Gods, where Earth is the battle ground and humans are expendable, you'll need to have more than just sympathy for the Devil.
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