The Piper's Gift

Author: Michael L Pummell

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc


Category: Fiction


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While riding his bicycle to work, Ryan Malloy is struck by lightning. In four days, he’ll emerge from a coma completely normal, except for the music he now hears when he eats something. The lightning strike re-wired Ryan’s brain, a little jolt that pushed him into a new undiscovered stage of human evolution. Food now sings to Ryan through chemical communication. Ryan enjoys this new experience, favoring a diet of ice cream and bacon because of the incredible songs they produce. Amy, his chemist girlfriend, is curious about what these songs sound like, so Ryan creates an electronic replica of the ice cream song she can hear. This leads to the shocking discovery that anyone who hears the song instantly craves and experiences the flavor of ice cream. Ryan and Amy are convinced their discovery will make them billionaires, but when the song is accidently unleashed on the public, the results are frightening, and the phenomenon becomes a threat to national security, which leads to serious trouble for both of them.
Biography & Autobiography

What Do You Say?

Author: Tyler Lagasse and Deborah Lagasse

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 374

View: 279

Tyler Lagasse began reading and writing at the age of two. His parents were amazed at how smart he was. When he wouldn’t talk to them, they were concerned. How could someone so smart not interact with their parents? By the age of four, they had their answer. He was diagnosed with a form of autism. Determined not to give up when faced with the challenge of raising a son with autism, Deb Lagasse looked to find a place to “fix” her son. What she discovered through this journey was that her son was not “broken.” He just experienced the world differently compared to most people. Full of insights, struggles, and celebrations, What Do You Say? Autism with Character will enlighten, educate, and, most of all, inspire you to accept the strengths that everyone has and believe in the power to really see those strengths as talents and skills. For the first time, read Tyler’s journal reflections of what he thinks, believes, and does as his mother reflects on those same experiences from a sometimes completely different point of view.

NGK Ultimate U. S. Road Trip Atlas, 2nd Edition

Author: Crispin Boyer

Publisher: National Geographic Children's Books



Page: 144

View: 157

Road trips will be even more fun for the kids with colorful maps, 22 new games, fun facts, photos, and activities that fill the updated and expanded National Geographic Kids Ultimate US Road Trip Atlas. Presented in true Nat Geo Kids style, this bold and lively road atlas is full of fun facts, great information, easy-to-read maps, lots of games, and vibrant pictures of everything from wacky road signs to national monuments.

Gayellow Pages: #37 2015-2016

Author: Frances Green

Publisher: Renaissance House


Category: Travel

Page: 560

View: 669

Please check our website for the latest monthly update (free) and details to buy the annual print edition. We are a directory of resources (business and organizational) for LGBTQI USA, sold in gay-friendly bookstores since 1973 and available online (updated monthly) at no charge. Canada online only at present. "The most reliable Gay print source in the Gay community. I've been using it since the 1970s." -- Dr Charles Silverstein, author of 'The Joy of Gay Sex'.

Rand Mcnally Deluxe Midsize Road Atlas

Author: Rand McNally and Company



Category: Reference

Page: 192

View: 670

This useful book offers many of the same perks of the other editions in a midsize format.

West Point History of World War II

Author: The United States Military Academy

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: History

Page: 384

View: 183

Reader's Digest Endowed Book Fund.
Garden centers (Retail trade)

Gardeners Atlas

Author: Paragraph Publishing



Category: Garden centers (Retail trade)

Page: 324

View: 401


Moon Costa Rica

Author: Christopher P. Baker

Publisher: Hachette UK


Category: Travel

Page: 600

View: 411

This full-color guide includes vibrant photos and detailed maps to help with trip planning. Award-winning travel writer Christopher P. Baker shows travelers the way to the best of Costa Rica—whether it's surfing the beaches of Golfo Dulce, hiking in Corcovado National Park, or dining in the upscale Escazu barrio in San José. Along with his in-depth coverage, Baker includes unique trip ideas for a variety of interests, such as "Sweet Retreats," "Best Beaches," and "Adrenaline Rush." Complete with details that range from where to surf to which spots are the best for seeing wildlife, Moon Costa Rica gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience. Coverage includes: San José The Central Highlands The Caribbean Coast The Northern Zone Guanacaste and the Northwest The Nicoya Peninsula Central Pacific Golfo Dulce and the Osa Peninsula South-Central Costa Rica

To the Top of the Mountain

Author: Arne Dahl

Publisher: Vintage Crime/Black Lizard


Category: Fiction

Page: 400

View: 401

Don’t miss this latest installment in Arne Dahl’s acclaimed thriller series, winner of the German Crime Writing Prize. Stockholm’s Intercrime team—a specialized group created to investigate violent, international crime—has been split up, their leader forced into early retirement, and his officers reassigned to mundane cases. Detectives Arto Söderstedt and Viggo Norlander answer calls around the city, Gunnar Nyberg is on the child abuse team, Jorge Chavez is immersed in dull research tasks, Paul Hjelm and Kerstin Holm are assigned to the meaningless murder of a young soccer supporter in a pub. But a series of precisely targeted bomb attacks—in a high-security prison, a car involved in a drug deal, and a dark suburban street—brings the Intercrime team back together, urgently. There is something dangerous approaching Sweden, and they are the only people who can do anything to stop it.

The Rough Guide to the Italian Lakes

Author: Rough Guides

Publisher: Rough Guides UK


Category: Travel

Page: 384

View: 182

Now available as an epub, the Rough Guide to The Italian Lakes is the most authoritative guide to this exquisitely beautiful region. Clear maps and detailed coverage of every attraction, from dramatic Lake Garda and dreamy Lake Como to scenic journeys and unforgettable hideaways on charming Lake Maggiore and lesser-known lakes such as Orta, Iseo and Lugano. Discover the majestic beauty of Verona, as well as the best shopping in Milan and the finest art in Bergamo and Mantua (Mantova). Itineraries suggest tailored trips, while knowledgeable accounts bring the area's Baroque gardens and Renaissance palaces to life. Rely on up-to-date recommendations of the best restaurants, bars, cafés, shops and hotels for every budget and to suit every taste. Follow epic walks and cycle ways, explore lakeside villas, visit medieval villages. Relax, draw breath and lose yourself in the spectacular Italian Lakes, with sharp, intelligent writing from experienced authors. Make the most of your time on EarthTM with The Rough Guide to The Italian Lakes.

Brilliant Maps for Curious Minds

Author: Ian Wright

Publisher: The Experiment


Category: Reference

Page: 208

View: 652

A singular atlas of 100 infographic maps from thought-provoking to flat-out fun Publisher's note: Brilliant Maps for Curious Minds was published in the UK under the title Brilliant Maps. Which countries don’t have rivers? Which ones have North Korean embassies? Who drives on the “wrong” side of the road? How many national economies are bigger than California’s? And where can you still find lions in the wild? You’ll learn answers to these questions and many more in Brilliant Maps for Curious Minds. This one-of-a-kind atlas is packed with eye-opening analysis (Which nations have had female leaders?), whimsical insight (Where can’t you find a McDonald’s?), and surprising connections that illuminate the contours of culture, history, and politics. Each of these 100 maps will change the way you see the world—and your place in it.
Literary Criticism

Black Atlas

Author: Judith Madera

Publisher: Duke University Press


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 312

View: 267

Black Atlas presents definitive new approaches to black geography. It focuses attention on the dynamic relationship between place and African American literature during the long nineteenth century, a volatile epoch of national expansion that gave rise to the Civil War, Reconstruction, pan-Americanism, and the black novel. Judith Madera argues that spatial reconfiguration was a critical concern for the era's black writers, and she also demonstrates how the possibility for new modes of representation could be found in the radical redistricting of space. Madera reveals how crucial geography was to the genre-bending works of writers such as William Wells Brown, Martin Delany, James Beckwourth, Pauline Hopkins, Charles Chesnutt, and Alice Dunbar-Nelson. These authors intervened in major nineteenth-century debates about free soil, regional production, Indian deterritorialization, internal diasporas, pan–American expansionism, and hemispheric circuitry. Black geographies stood in for what was at stake in negotiating a shared world.

Discovery House Bible Atlas

Author: John A. Beck

Publisher: Our Daily Bread Publishing


Category: Religion

Page: 352

View: 369

With scores of full-color maps, photographs, detailed commentary, and much more, the Discovery House Bible Atlas helps you grasp the vital connection between the land of the Bible and the teachings and events of Scripture. Covering the full sweep of the Holy Land--the Coastal Plain, the Central Mountain Range, the Jordan Valley, and the Transjordan Plateau--this fascinating volume provides big-picture and on-site views that bring new vibrancy and meaning to God’s Word. From little-known cities to famous landmarks, you’ll learn the significance of these locations and why, even today, they are relevant to your relationship with the Lord.
Antique dealers

Leggetts' Antiques Atlas 2000 East

Author: Kim Leggett

Publisher: Three Rivers Press


Category: Antique dealers

Page: 432

View: 702

In this edition Alabama - Connecticut - Delaware - Florida - Georgia - Indiana - Kentucky - Maine - Maryland - Massachusetts - Michigan -Mississippi - New Hampshire - New Jersey - New York - North Carolina - Ohio - Pennsylvania - Rhode Island - South Carolina - Tennessee - Vermont - Virginia - West Virginia The most complete guide to antiquing in the United States, updated every year Over 9,000 listings of antiques stores, malls, shows, auctions, and flea markets with full addresses and phone numbers Where to stay and eat, no matter where you travel Reviews and locations for the most-loved bed and breakfasts, hotels, and country inns throughout America Recommendations for local dining spots Thorough, practical, complete Personal anecdotes from shop owners, with details about their specialties and inventory Dates and reviews of shows and auctions and events Special section listing America's largest antique malls Maps for each state covered, travel suggestions (some off the beaten path), and more Excellent "How to Get There" directions Easy-to-read maps for each state highlighting each town with a source of antiques and collectibles Colorful editorials describing cities and towns to give the unique flavor of each area and to provide suggestions for enjoyable side trips