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  • Code Noir

    By Marianne de Pierres
    Authors:
    Marianne de Pierres
    Jamon Mondo may be dead, but don't think that makes Parrish Plessis' life any less complicated. Sure, she's got a shape-changing psycho off her back, but at what cost? The media have a price on her head so high that every scumbag from the Tert to Viva City Central is out to get a piece of her. The neighbouring ganglords are getting antsy for a share of the territory she just liberated. And Cabal Coomera reckon Parrish owes them a blood debt - one that can only be repaid by assassinating Loyl Daac, the only guy to ever majorly interest her. One thing's for sure ... Parrish is gonna need some bigger guns ...
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  • Coyote Frontier

    By Allen M. Steele
    Authors:
    Allen M. Steele
    Two decades have passed since the revolution that won Coyote's independence from Earth. The colony may be free, but its aging computers, aircraft, and medical equipment are badly in need of replacement. The colony's survival is now in question, and help from Earth is imminent. But there are those who fear that aid from the mother world may be more hindrance than help. . .As the second generation of colonists prepare to face the prospect of another battle with Earth's forces, a larger question looms: can humanity settle a new planet without repeating the problems of the world it left behind? An answer must be found soon. Coyote's future hangs in the balance. . .

    Crankenstein

    By Samantha Berger, Dan Santat
    Authors:
    Samantha Berger
    Illustrated by:
    Dan Santat
    He may look like any ordinary, but when faced with a rainy day, a melting popsicle, or an early bedtime, one little boy transforms into a mumbling, grumbling Crankenstein! When Crankenstein meets his match in a fellow Crankenstein, the results could be catastrophic - or they could be just what he needs to brighten his day!

    A Crankenstein Valentine

    By Samantha Berger, Dan Santat
    Authors:
    Samantha Berger, Dan Santat
    CRANKENSTEIN! He's BAAAAACK!See what happens to an ordinary kid on the most lovey-dovey, yuckiest day of the year-Valentine's Day! Cheesy cards, allergy-inducing bouquets, and heart-shaped everything? It's enough to turn anyone into a monster!YECHHHH!But Crankenstein might just find a way to turn his sour day sweet... because even the crankiest monsters have hearts!

    D.W. All Wet

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    Arthur the Aardvark's little sister D.W. stars in the second book (the first was D.W. Flips) of her own series that features the likable, cheeky young heroine. This time D.W. stands in her sunglasses, robe and broad-brimmed sunhat, and adamantly announces, "I don't like the beach, and I don't like to get wet." She asks to leave the minute she arrives, she won't play and she's afraid of getting sunburned. It's Arthur who helps change D.W.'s mind about the beach by unexpectedly tossing her into very shallow water

    D.W. Go To Your Room!

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    When D.W. won't share with her baby sister, Kate, Mom sends D.W. to her room. Her ten-minute time-out seems like forever! At first D.W. sulks, but as the time ticks by, she starts to worry that her family will completely forget about her. What if she starves? What if they don't love her anymore? Every minute D.W. imagines a wild new scenario as she waits out her punishment. Then, just when she decides she might be better off alone, Kate wins her over with her smile, and her own willingness to share.

    D.W. Says Please And Thank You

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    D.W. wants to show her big brother Arthur that she can be perfect! That means having perfect manners. D.W. demonstrates her dining and playground etiquette. She says, 'Excuse me,' and practices good hygiene and hugging. Follow D.W.'s example and you can be perfect too!

    D.W. The Picky Eater

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    There's a whole slew of edibles that D.W. finds disgusting, but spinach is at the top of her list. Dining out with her family, she causes a scene when her parents suggest that she give her salad greens a try - no more restaurants for the picky little aardvark after that. Staying home with a sitter is boring, though, so when she hears about her grandmother's birthday dinner at a fancy restaurant, she wants to come, too. She orders the Little Bo Peep Pot Pie, devours it with relish, amazing everybody, including herself, and learns a lesson. The text is spare and funny, and while all the coloured-pencil illustrations reflect Brown's sense of humour and familiarity with the little details of childhood, some are downright hilarious. Charming endpapers feature some of the foods D.W. loves to hate. Although she wears an expression of pure horror when she discovers the main ingredient of her pie, readers will suspect that she'll keep that delicious spinach down and her mind and mouth open to new eating possibilities in the future.

    D.W.'S Library Card

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    D.W. can't wait to get a library card, but she has to learn how to write her full name first. She practices and practices, and is finally rewarded with a library card of her very own. But when she tries to find the book she wants, it's gone! Somehow D.W. manages to wait a whole week for the book to be returned, only to hear that she can't damage it or her library card will be taken away - forever!

    D.W.'S Perfect Present

    By Marc Brown
    Authors:
    Marc Brown
    It's almost Christmas and D.W. can't wait to see her presents. She searches everywhere but the only presents she finds turn out to be for other people! When D.W. remembers that Christmas is a time for sharing, she starts searching for presents she can give rather than receive. With a little time and creativity, D.W. comes up with gifts for each member of her family-and finds that giving is the best present she can receive!

    The Daddy Book

    By Todd Parr
    Authors:
    Todd Parr
    Some daddies sing in the showerSome daddies wear two different socksAll daddies want you to be who you are!With his trademark childlike art, Todd Parr celebrates all different kinds of fathers. Whether daddies work far away or at home, or have a lot of hair or just a little hair, they are all lots of fun and filled with love.For the first time in board book format, this is the perfect book for celebrating daddies on Father's Day, and all year round.
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    Daddy Hugs

    By Nancy Tafuri
    Authors:
    Nancy Tafuri
    Little ones love daddy hugs.Feathered hugs... whiskered hugs... cozy hugs.Just-daddy-and-me hugs.All across the woodlands, animal daddies and their little ones cuddle up together. From furry bear hugs to silky hare hugs, Nancy Tafuri celebrates all the hugs that are extra special because they are just-daddy-and-me hugs. A special author's note includes a list of critters to seek and find on each page, along with their scientific names.

    Descent

    By Ken MacLeod
    Authors:
    Ken MacLeod
    HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO FOR THE TRUTH?Ball lightning. Weather balloons. Secret military aircraft. Ryan knows all the justifications for UFO sightings. But when something falls out of the sky on the hills near his small Scottish town, he finds his cynicism can't identify or explain the phenomenon. And in a future where nothing is a secret, where everything is recorded on CCTV or reported online, why can he find no evidence of the UFO, nor anything to shed light on what occurred? Is it the political revolutionaries, is it the government or is it aliens themselves who are creating the cover-up? Or does the very idea of a cover-up hide the biggest secret of all?
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