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The Kangaroo Chronicles
Author: Marc-Uwe Kling
Publisher: Voland & Quist
ISBN: 3863911547
Pages: 272
Year: 2016-05-13
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Marc-Uwe lives together with a kangaroo. The kangaroo is a communist and it is really into Nirvana. It's a classical Berlin flat-sharing community, where the deep questions of life are debated: Is lying in a hammock already a kind of passive resistance? Must the Kangaroo place its pouch onto the conveyor belt at the airport security check? Did the Kangaroo really fight for the Vietcong? And why is it addicted to champagne truffles?
The Kangaroo Chronicles
Author: Marc-Uwe Kling
Publisher: Voland & Quist
ISBN: 3863911547
Pages: 272
Year: 2016-05-13
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Marc-Uwe lives together with a kangaroo. The kangaroo is a communist and it is really into Nirvana. It's a classical Berlin flat-sharing community, where the deep questions of life are debated: Is lying in a hammock already a kind of passive resistance? Must the Kangaroo place its pouch onto the conveyor belt at the airport security check? Did the Kangaroo really fight for the Vietcong? And why is it addicted to champagne truffles?
The Diana Chronicles
Author: Tina Brown
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0385522886
Pages: 368
Year: 2007-06-12
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Years after her death, Princess Diana remains a mystery. Was she “the people’s princess,” who electrified the world with her beauty and humanitarian missions? Or was she a manipulative, media-savvy neurotic who nearly brought down the monarchy? Only Tina Brown, former Editor-in-Chief of Tatler, England’s glossiest gossip magazine; Vanity Fair; and The New Yorker could possibly give us the truth. Tina knew Diana personally and has far-reaching insight into the royals and the Queen herself. In The Diana Chronicles, you will meet a formidable female cast and understand as never before the society that shaped them: Diana's sexually charged mother, her scheming grandmother, the stepmother she hated but finally came to terms with, and bad-girl Fergie, her sister-in-law, who concealed wounds of her own. Most formidable of them all was her mother-in-law, the Queen, whose admiration Diana sought till the day she died. Add Camilla Parker-Bowles, the ultimate "other woman" into this combustible mix, and it's no wonder that Diana broke out of her royal cage into celebrity culture, where she found her own power and used it to devastating effect.
A Ring of Endless Light
Author: Madeleine L'Engle
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
ISBN: 1466814195
Pages: 336
Year: 2008-09-02
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"This wasn't the first time that I'd come close to death, but it was the first time I'd been involved in this part of it, this strange, terrible saying goodbye to someone you've loved." These are Vicky Austin's thoughts as she stands near Commander Rodney's grave while her grandfather, who himself is dying of cancer, recites the funeral service. Watching his condition deteriorate over that long summer is almost more than she can bear. Then, in the midst of her struggle, she finds herself the center of attention for three young men. Leo, Commander Rodney's son, turns to her as an old friend seeking comfort but longing for romance. Zachary, whose attempted suicide inadvertently caused Commander Rodney's death, sees her as the one sane and normal person who can give some meaning to his life. And Adam, a serious young student working at the nearby marine-biology station, discovers Vicky, his friend's little sister, incipient telepathic powers that can help him with his experiments in dolphin communications. Vicky finds solace and brief moments of peace in her poetry, but life goes on around her, and the strain intensifies as she confronts matters of love and of death, of dependence and of responsibility, universal concerns that we all must face. The inevitable crisis comes and Vicky must rely on openness, sensitivity, and the love of others to overcome her private grief. Once again, Madeleine L'Engle has written a story that revels in the drama of vividly portrayed characters and events of the spiritual and moral dimensions of common human experiences. A Ring of Endless Light is a 1981 Newbery Honor Book.
Kangaroo Dundee
Author: Chris Barns
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
ISBN: 1444753339
Pages: 320
Year: 2013-11-21
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Brolga (aka Chris Barns) is the 6ft 7in strong but sensitive Aussie star of the extraordinary BBC series Kangaroo Dundee. Brolga lives in a simple tin shed in the outback where he raises orphaned baby kangaroos. It is a sad fact of life that kangaroo mothers are at the mercy of speeding cars in this part of the world - killed on the road, their young still tucked up in their pouches. These young joeys holding on to life, have been given a second chance thanks to the kindness and dedication of Brolga, who carefully retrieves them and nurses them back to health. Brolga has been rescuing these special creatures for years, slowly and painstakingly creating a kangaroo sanctuary for the many kangaroos he has saved, reared and loved. He has dedicated his life to observing how kangaroo mums care for their babies and does everything he can to replicate this. The baby kangaroos, traumatised by losing their mother so early, are tucked up into pillow cases and kept warm and comforted next to Brolga at night. We see him getting up at 4am to bottle feed them, washing them in a little tub, taking them to the supermarket and generally mothering them with heart breaking tenderness. Charting Brolga's life with the joeys and honing in on his relationship with one or two in particular, Kangaroo Dundee tells the heart-warming, sometimes funny, sometimes poignant story of one man's unique relationship with a group of extraordinary animals.
Harvest Moon
Author: Mercedes Lackey, Michelle Sagara, Cameron Haley
Publisher: LUNA
ISBN: 0373803346
Pages: 384
Year: 2011-09-20
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Collects three new stories set in moonlight, including the case of a mistaken identity during a kidnapping, a thief recruited for a child prostitution sting, and a supernatural hit man escaping from the underworld.
Doorways in the Sand
Author: Roger Zelazny
ISBN: 191144087X
Pages: 240
Year: 2017-09
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Author: Ken Auletta
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0735220875
Pages: 368
Year: 2018-06-05
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An intimate and profound reckoning with the changes buffeting the $2 trillion global advertising and marketing business from the perspective of its most powerful players, by the bestselling author of Googled Advertising and marketing touches on every corner of our lives, and is the invisible fuel powering almost all media. Complain about it though we might, without it the world would be a darker place. And of all the industries wracked by change in the digital age, few have been turned on its head as dramatically as this one has. We are a long way from the days of Don Draper; as Mad Men is turned into Math Men (and women--though too few), as an instinctual art is transformed into a science, the old lions and their kingdoms are feeling real fear, however bravely they might roar. Frenemies is Ken Auletta's reckoning with an industry under existential assault. He enters the rooms of the ad world's most important players, some of them business partners, some adversaries, many "frenemies," a term whose ubiquitous use in this industry reveals the level of anxiety, as former allies become competitors, and accusations of kickbacks and corruption swirl. We meet the old guard, including Sir Martin Sorrell, the legendary former head of WPP, the world's largest ad agency holding company; while others play nice with Facebook and Google, he rants, some say Lear-like, out on the heath. There is Irwin Gotlieb, maestro of the media agency GroupM, the most powerful media agency, but like all media agencies it is staring into the headlights as ad buying is more and more done by machine in the age of Oracle and IBM. We see the world from the vantage of its new powers, like Carolyn Everson, Facebook's head of Sales, and other brash and scrappy creatives who are driving change, as millennials and others who disdain ads as an interruption employ technology to zap them. We also peer into the future, looking at what is replacing traditional advertising. And throughout we follow the industry's peerless matchmaker, Michael Kassan, whose company, MediaLink, connects all these players together, serving as the industry's foremost power broker, a position which feasts on times of fear and change. Frenemies is essential reading, not simply because of what it says about this world, but because of the potential consequences: the survival of media as we know it depends on the money generated by advertising and marketing--revenue that is in peril in the face of technological changes and the fraying trust between the industry's key players.
From the Kane Chronicles: Brooklyn House Magician's Manual
Author: Rick Riordan
Publisher: Disney Electronic Content
ISBN: 1368011896
Year: 2018-05-01
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Greetings, initiate! Carter Kane, here. Congratulations on reaching Brooklyn House in one piece. This accomplishment signals that you're descended from Ancient Egyptian royalty, and you have magic powers. But what good is power without knowing how to use it? That's where this training manual comes in. Packed with quizzes, stories, and insights about Ancient Egyptian deities, creatures (the friendly and the deadly), the mysterious Duat, and more, this primer will prime those with the blood of the pharaohs to take their first steps down the path of the gods. You'll hear from me, other magicians (including my sister, Sadie), and even a few of the gods themselves. But beware of tricks and surprises: anything can happen in the world of Egyptian magic.
Conky the Magic Kangaroo
Author: Ken Holman
ISBN: 1907040323
Pages: 106
Year: 2010
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This magnificent edition of Conky the Magic Kangaroo contains three complete books all endowed with many chapters and illustrations of the wonderful and exciting stories of Conky's feats while depicting the ever changing landscape of the Australian bush and the ever present threat of feral animals introduced by man.
Crimes Against Magic
Author: Steve McHugh
ISBN: 1105714217
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Can It Happen Again?
Author: Roselle K. Chartock, Jack Spencer
Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers
ISBN: 1579122086
Pages: 398
Year: 2001
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This landmark collection of eyewitness accounts, memoirs, documents and writings on the Nazi Holocaust provides unparalleled insight into the darkest chapter in human history. Finally in paperback, with a new foreword and several new essays, CAN IT HAPPEN AGAIN? is a comprehensive volume of documents from eyewitnesses, participants and our most eminent writers, journalists and scholars on the Holocaust. Contributors include Elie Wiesel, Anne Frank, Primo Levi, Albert Speer, Art Spiegelman, Thomas Keneally, Abraham Foxman, Arthur Koestler, George Orwell-and Adolf Hitler himself. Included in this edition are recent selections touching upon the horrors in Cambodia, the Wounded Knee massacre, the dilemma posed by Nazi war criminals and a portfolio of artwork by Si Lewen, a Polish artist whose work reflects the pain and inhumanity of the Nazi camps.
Arthur Spiderwick's Field Guide to the Fantastical World Around You
Author: Tony DiTerlizzi, Holly Black
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416960953
Pages: 142
Year: 2008-01-01
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Presents an introduction to the faerie world, examples of thirty-one faerie species such as boggarts, goblins, sprites and pixies, and instructions on how to prepare for faerie investigations.
Author: Todd Feren
ISBN: 1721268510
Pages: 394
Year: 2018-05-04
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Being a self aware sociopath, Jeffrey Wayne has always observed a world he's never truly felt a part of. His entire life he has been forced to play the role of a human, always hiding the darkness inside of him from the rest of society. When humanity succumbs to flesh eating monsters, Jeffrey is content simply observing the fall of mankind. Then, a small dog shows up and forces its way into Jeffrey's life, turning his world upside down. The two begin an adventure through the heart of a dying world, and Jeffrey must face creatures even darker than the one that lurks inside his human veneer.
Interestingly Enough
Author: Stephany Evans Steggall
Publisher: Nero
ISBN: 1863957588
Pages: 416
Year: 2015-09-23
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For five decades Tom Keneally has been one of Australia’s most loved literary figures. Celebrated as one of the world’s finest writers and known especially for the Booker Prize–winning Schindler’s Ark, he is also respected for his humanitarianism and commitment to republicanism and other causes. The breadth and richness of Keneally’s life and work is brilliantly explored in this engaging authorised biography. Beneath Keneally’s warm and garrulous exterior is a complex man once intermittently troubled by depression and anxiety. The prolific author and popular raconteur has known many ‘dark nights of the soul’. His commitment to Catholicism once led him to train for the priesthood, but serious doubts left him unable to fulfil that ambition. Instead, he became a haunted writer – and then an uninhibited storyteller. The result of deep research and unique interviews with Keneally himself, Interestingly Enough is the definitive account of the life of an extraordinary Australian. ‘Tom stands among our great artists . . . a writer whose writing life parallels, exemplifies and is one of the crowning achievements of the Australian literature that came into being in our lifetime.’—Richard Flanagan ‘A true humanitarian . . . who possesses a special sensitivity and love for the human experience.’—Steven Spielberg ‘Every country needs a Tom Keneally – but we’ve got him!’—Bryan Brown

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