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Cardboard / by TenNapel, Doug,

Publication: New York : Graphix/Scholastic, 2012 . 283 pages : 24 cm Date: 2012

A great graphic novel, simple enough for a child to read, entertaining for me as a father who likes fantasy, and with interesting artwork. Clean enough for those with higher moral inclinations, with a positive, feel-good ending. Added 04/06/2015 by Eric L. T.

It's Justin Time, Amber Brown / by Danziger, Paula,

Publication: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2001 . 48 p. : 24 cm. Date: 2001

thanks for the book bye

Added 03/07/2015 by Samuel V U.

Red mist / by Cornwell, Patricia Daniels.

Publication: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2012 . 657 p. (large print) ; 22 cm. Date: 2012

As a long-time fan of the Scarpetta series, I was so bored and annoyed by this book, it was an effort to finish it. At the end, I felt that I should have quit much earlier.

The events and conversations are so drawn out that, for the first half of the book, you wonder what exactly the mystery is. The Washington Post described my reaction word for word: "Points are repeatedly repeated until the reader wants to exclaim, 'Get on with it!' "

This is a low point in Patricia Cornwell's career. Added 02/28/2015 by Marie E Y.

The public library /

Publication: 2014 . 191 pages : 24 cm Date: 2014

The many photographs are interesting and well-made. The political commentary in the essays is tiresomely tendentious. Added 02/18/2015 by Alan F B.

A tapestry of hope / by Peterson, Tracie.

Publication: Minneapolis, Minn. : Bethany House Publishers, 2004 . 351 p. ; 22 cm. Date: 2004

This book gave my emotions a surge of emotions.I liked it very much. Added 02/15/2015 by Stephanie Gwen H.

Into the wild / by Hunter, Erin.

Publication: 2003 . 272 pages : 22 cm. Date: 2003

this book is awesome

Added 12/08/2014 by Lydia Rose H.

The File : a personal history by Garton Ash, Timothy.

Publication: Random, 1997 24

* Garton Ash, Timothy. The File: A Personal History. Random. Sept. 1997. c.224p. Garton Ash's (In Europe's Name, LJ 1/94) investigative memoir focuses on the waning days of the Cold War, when espionage and suspicion were the order of the day in Eastern Europe. The author went to Berlin to study in 1978 and soon came under the scrutiny of the Stasi, the notorious East German secret police. In 1993, Garton Ash had the opportunity to examine the secret file kept on him. Comparing the file reports with his private diary of the time, he finds distortions, fabrications, and surprising omissions in the file. There are compelling accounts of visits to his informers and the officers who monitored his case, yet the most revealing aspects of this book center on Garton Ash's search for his "lost self." While marveling at reunited Germany's unprecedented opening of the secret police files, he also analyzes the Germans' attempts to come to terms with their past.

Added 11/22/2014 by Gregory John L.

Dear Committee Members / by Schumacher, Julie,

Publication: Random House Inc 2014 . 180 pages ; 20 cm Date: 2014

This narrator's style evokes a snaggle of barbed wire in a meadow or, as the jacket design suggests, a porcupine displaying its quills. Some readers might respond with a collective "Ouch" or "We are not amused." Others will be laughing from the first page to the last. I laughed. Added 10/30/2014 by Palma M B.

Unfit to practice / by O'Shaughnessy, Perri.

Publication: New York : Delacorte Press, 2002 . 420 p. ; 24 cm. Date: 2002

Set against Lake Tahoe, Casinos, Indian Reservations, the mob, and lawyers with social commentary.... Added 10/09/2014 by Carl S.

Knockout / by Coulter, Catherine.

Publication: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2009 . 417 p. ; 24 cm. Date: 2009

Knockout genes are when the dna terminated for things like the ability to regrow a limb. In this novel, dna that controls telekinesis is activated with catherine coulter at her best!!. Added 10/09/2014 by Carl S.

Resistant / by Palmer, Michael,

Publication: 2014 . 386 pages ; 25 cm Date: 2014

a super page turner about an antibiotic bacteria, who would of thought bacteria could be so exciting Added 10/09/2014 by Carl S.

Tiger shrimp tango / by Dorsey, Tim,

Publication: 2014 . 306 pages ; 24 cm Date: 2014

hilarious !! about a vigilante serial killer, with a societal commentary on the crass urbanization of southern florida Added 10/09/2014 by Carl S.

24: Deadline / by Swallow, James.

Publication: New York : Forge, 2014 . 347 p. ; 25 cm. Date: 2014

every other page bodies drop Added 10/09/2014 by Carl S.

Killer / by Kellerman, Jonathan.

Publication: [New York] : Random House Large Print, 2014 . 448 p. (large print) ; 24 cm. Date: 2014

a very fast read, the two sisters are such nut jobs they are hilarious Added 09/26/2014 by Carl S.

The most complete dinosaur reference ever / by Lessem, Don.

Publication: Hanover, PA : National Geographic Society : | [distributor] Publishers Group UK (Enfield), 2010 . 272 pages : 27 x 22 x 2 cm Date: 2010

This poor book is on it's last leg. My son is in love with it, but we must be extra careful with it. I don't think the binding will hold up much longer. Added 08/13/2014 by Kristin Ann F.

Carsick / by Waters, John,

Publication: 2014 . 322 pages ; 22 cm Date: 2014

Interesting book that makes one want to continue to the next chapter without stopping. Easy to read, which makes it more enjoyable, especially since it is an adventurous novel--probably the fastest book I have read. Waters illustrates in text very well in the novel. This book is best for adults with an open mind who likes an author to extrapolate without holding back in fear of hurting the reader from continuing to read. Loved it! Added 07/19/2014 by Jeffrey Dewayne G.

McGraw-Hill's 10 ACT practice tests.

Publication: New York : McGraw-Hill, 2007 . v. : 28 cm. Date: 2007

i placed a hold on this book 2 months ago and it hasnt come in yet. Added 07/14/2014 by Ruhinder S.

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Feng Shui design : from history and landscape to modern gardens & interiors / by Rossbach, Sarah.

Publication: New York : Viking, 1998 . 192 p. : 24 Date: 1998

This is a brilliant book by a true feng shui master. She has a deep understanding of the subject, and her writing style is smooth and quite easy to read. She uses pictures as they should be used, to convey her messages, unlike some authors who seem to use them in very haphazard ways, making you wonder if perhaps the publisher just put them in to sell their book. Everything Rossbach has written is of the very highest quality. Added 06/12/2014 by Yuri J C.

Every book its reader : the power of the printed word to stir the world / by Basbanes, Nicholas A.,

Publication: New York : HarperCollins, 2005 . xviii, 360 p., [16] p. of plates : 24 cm. Date: 2005

Like everything Basbanes has written, this book is wonderful and brilliantly researched. If you love books, you'll love this book! Added 05/26/2014 by Yuri J C.

The birth of America : from before Columbus to the Revolution / by Polk, William R.

Publication: New York, NY : HarperCollins, 2006 . xxiii, 392 p. : 24 cm. Date: 2006

Extremely well written! Fascinating background with material I've not seen elsewhere. Should be required reading before someone starts to study United States history. Added 05/26/2014 by Yuri J C.

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