E For England

Author: Elisabeth Rose

Publisher: HarperCollins Australia


Category: Fiction

Page: 172

View: 987

From the author of The Ripple Effect comes a poignant novel about a mother who has given up everything for her kids, and her opportunity to take a risk on something for herself. Annie never thought to use underwear to meet a man, but the trick works on her downstairs neighbour, Hugh. Though he's a handsome English doctor, Annie wants nothing more than friendship. Luckily, neither does Hugh. But their friendship is shaken and their resolve tested when Annie's flatmate, sexy and voracious Leonie, meets Hugh. Annie has no claim on Hugh's nights, but can she bear to lose him to Leonie? And when Annie's husband suddenly reappears, will Hugh fight for the family he didn't know he needed?
Language Arts & Disciplines

E-Learning and the Academic Library

Author: Scott Rice

Publisher: McFarland


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 200

View: 675

Focusing on academic libraries and librarians who are extending the boundaries of e-learning, this collection of essays presents new ways of using information and communication technologies to create learning experiences for a variety of user communities. Essays feature e-learning projects involving MOOCs (massive open online courses), augmented reality, chatbots and other innovative applications. Contributors describe the process of project development, from determination of need, to exploration of tools, project design and user assessment.
Juvenile Fiction

Lulu's Library - Complete Collection: 30+ Stories for Children (Illustrated)

Author: Louisa May Alcott

Publisher: e-artnow


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 215

View: 822

This carefully crafted ebook: “Lulu's Library - Complete Collection: 30+ Stories for Children (Illustrated)” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was an American novelist and poet best known as the author of the novel Little Women and its sequels Little Men and Jo's Boys. Henry James called her "The novelist of children... the Thackeray, the Trollope, of the nursery and the schoolroom." Content: A Christmas Dream The Candy Country Naughty Jocko The Skipping Shoes Cockyloo Rosy's Journey How They Ran Away The Fairy Box A Hole in The Wall The Piggy Girl The Three Frogs Baa! Baa! The Frost King and How The Fairies Conquered Him Lilybell and Thistledown Ripple, the Water Sprite Eva's Visit to Fairyland Sunshine, and Her Brothers and Sisters The Fairy Spring Queen Aster The Brownie and the Princess Mermaids Little Bud The Flower's Story Recollections of My Childhood A Christmas Turkey, And How It Came The Silver Party The Blind Lark Music and Macaroni The Little Red Purse Sophie's Secret Dolly's Bedstead Trudel's Siege “All of these stories were told to my little niece during our quiet hour before bedtime. They became such favorites with her and her friends that I wrote them down in several small blue books, and called them LULU'S LIBRARY. Having nothing else to offer this year, I have collected them in one volume as a Christmas gift to my boys and girls from their old friend.” - L. M. Alcott
Language Arts & Disciplines

The Maker Cookbook: Recipes for Children's and 'Tween Library Programs

Author: Cindy Wall

Publisher: ABC-CLIO


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 237

View: 619

The Maker Movement is hot, and librarians are eager to participate. Even if you feel restricted by budget, staff, or space, this step-by-step guide will help you turn your library into a creativity center. • Makes it easy for you to host Maker programs for children and 'tweens—with "No Makerspace Required!" • Provides clear, step-by-step directions for creating new Maker programming or adding Maker elements to an existing program • Offers alternatives that allow you to customize programs according to the resources available • Suggests curricular tie-ins so the programs can be used in a school setting • Includes appendices chock full of supplemental materials such as book-discussion questions, checklists, and other reproducible participant handouts

B C L A Reporter

Author: British Columbia Library Association



Category: Libraries


View: 156


The Penguin Guide to Blues Recordings

Author: Tony Russell

Publisher: Penguin Group USA


Category: Music

Page: 923

View: 310

A one-of-a-kind new guide to recorded blues This informative, insightful, and easy-to-use A-Z guide surveys the recorded work of more than a thousand blues artists. From towering figures of the past like Charley Patton, Bessie Smith, and Robert Johnson to stars of the modern era such as B. B. King, Buddy Guy, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, this valuable resource provides crisp, expert, and witty reviews of almost six thousand recordings and is required reading for blues aficionados as well as anyone just starting a collection.
Language Arts & Disciplines

The Kovacs Guide to Electronic Library Collection Development

Author: Diane Kaye Kovacs

Publisher: Neal Schuman Pub


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 251

View: 875

Covers how to build an electronic library and how to update and expand it. Each chapter addresses selecting and evaluating web-based resources in subject areas such as business, social science, health, medicine and law, and offers guidelines for an electronic library collection development plan.
Juvenile Nonfiction

Every Kid Needs Things That Fly

Author: Ritchie Kinmont

Publisher: Gibbs Smith


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 136

View: 370

Provides instructions for building a variety of flying machines.
Language Arts & Disciplines

Innovation in Public Libraries

Author: Kirstie Nicholson

Publisher: Chandos Publishing


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 158

View: 400

Innovation in Public Libraries: Learning from International Library Practice examines the recent activities of successful and innovative libraries around the world, presenting their initiatives in areas including library design, events and programs, and creating customer experiences. This timely guide provides an overview of these libraries’ successful experiences and identifies emerging global trends and themes. The author offers library practitioners guidance on how to pursue these trends in their own library environment, identifying achievable goals when planning building and design improvements, and developing customer interactions in order to emulate the experiences of international libraries. Presents a range of successful and innovative practices in one book, covering library innovation in building design, programs and events, and in customer experience and approach Provides an international perspective on library activities, with libraries in different countries discussed Analyzes the experiences of various libraries to identify common trends and themes Provides practical advice for librarians who wish to emulate the activities of the libraries discussed, with recommended goals to action Examines both the big picture of emerging global trends and themes, as well as highlighting the daily experiences of individual libraries

The Web Library

Author: Nicholas G. Tomaiuolo

Publisher: Information Today, Inc.


Category: Computers

Page: 408

View: 889

Describes how to create a digital library of documents, images, articles, indexes, and other free resources found on the World Wide Web.

Library List

Author: National Agricultural Library (U.S.)



Category: Agriculture


View: 675


Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature

Author: Anna Lorraine Guthrie



Category: Periodicals


View: 516

An author subject index to selected general interest periodicals of reference value in libraries.