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Unbound

Unbound

Like Guns, Germs, and Steel , a work of breathtaking sweep and originality that reinterprets the human story. Although we usually think of technology as something unique to modern times, our ancestors began to create the first technologies millions of years ago in the...

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The Boy Who Talked to Dogs

The Boy Who Talked to Dogs

When Martin McKenna was growing up in Garryowen, Ireland, in the 1970s, he felt the whole world knew him as just “that stupid boy.” Badly misunderstood by his family and teachers, Martin escaped from endless bullying by running away from home and eventually...

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The Magic Square

The Magic Square

Learn One Of The Greatest Mental Magic Tricks - in 10 minutes flat! It's quick, it's easy, and it will confuse people for reasons that will be frustrating and alien.This is an example of how your brain can appear to work like a calculator on steroids ...Perform this...

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Lost in the Jungle

Lost in the Jungle

Four travelers meet in Bolivia and set off into the heart of the Amazon rainforest, but what begins as a dream adventure quickly deteriorates into a dangerous nightmare, and after weeks of wandering in the dense undergrowth, the four backpackers split up into two...

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Presidents in Crisis

Presidents in Crisis

Every American president, when faced with a crisis, longs to take bold and decisive action. When American lives or vital interests are at stake, the public—and especially the news media and political opponents—expect aggressive leadership. But, contrary to the...

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Einstein’s Refrigerator

Einstein’s Refrigerator

Useless—and fascinating—information from the man with “the reputation as the science teacher with 1,000 different stories to excite young minds” (ABC News).   Steve Silverman was looking for a way to add some spice to his high school lectures when he realized that...

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Around India in 80 Trains

Around India in 80 Trains

"Crackles and sparks with life like an exploding box of Diwali fireworks." -- William Dalrymple In 1991, Monisha Rajesh's family uprooted from Sheffield to Madras in the hope of making India their home. Two years later, fed up with soap-eating rats, severed human...

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The Sensitive Ones

The Sensitive Ones

“A must-read book for parenting a sensitive child. As a mother who has walked that same path, Heather Nardi’s deeply moving account holds nothing back.” —Jen Harrison, parenting coach and author of Just As You Are “Stop trying to fix me.” Years into her daughter...

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Deadly Lessons

Deadly Lessons

Pamela Smart conspired with her teenage lover to kill her husband. This is her story—told by the acclaimed true crime author of Cellar of Horror.   Pam and Gregg Smart lived a seemingly storybook existence, the newlyweds very much in love. All of this was shattered...

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A Special Kind of Evil

A Special Kind of Evil

The New York Times bestselling coauthors uncover new information in the Colonial Parkway Murders of 1980s Virginia in this true crime investigation.   For four years a killer, or killers, stalked Virginia’s Tidewater region, carefully selecting victims and terrorizing...

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Grocery

Grocery

The New York Times–bestselling author “digs deep into the world of how we shop and how we eat. It’s a marvelous, smart, revealing work” (Susan Orlean, #1 bestselling author). In a culture obsessed with food—how it looks, what it tastes like, where it comes from, what...

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Master Your Mind

Master Your Mind

Do you feel the Panic? Stop BullSh*ting Yourself!  Researchers Say 80% of our daily thoughts are negative! According to the National Science Foundation (NSF.Gov) the average person has around 12,000 – 60,000 thoughts per day and 80% of those are negative – That’s a...

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1001 Would You Rather

1001 Would You Rather

Tough choices. Big laughs. It's a timeless game for everyone. Would you like to know more about your crush, but you’re too shy to make the first move? Do you want to make your regular family get-togethers more intellectually stimulating, yet still be fun? Are you...

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1001 Outrageous Dad Jokes

1001 Outrageous Dad Jokes

Show off your comedic skills with these hysterically cringe-worthy dad jokes Don’t you just love seeing your kids’ exasperated reactions after an expertly delivered one-liner? Isn’t it incredibly satisfying to provoke eyerolls with your intentionally cheesy puns? The...

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From a Bush Wing

From a Bush Wing

This is a long-awaited book about flying the Alaska Bush by the author of Beyond the Killing Tree: A Journey of Discovery. Herein Stephen Santiago Reynolds relates his flying experiences as an Alaska Wildlife Trooper—and those of other officers—while stationed...

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Spiritual Self-Care for Black Women

Spiritual Self-Care for Black Women

A proactive approach to aligning your spirituality with healing, growth, and success is here — Find out how you can become the well-rounded badass you’re destined to be! "Spirituality is a brave search for the truth about existence, fearlessly peering into the...

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Becoming Odyssa

Becoming Odyssa

After graduating from college, Jennifer isn't sure what she wants to do with her life. Through inexperienced and unprepared, she feels drawn to the Appalachian Trail and sets out along on the long-distance footpath that stretches 2, 175 miles from Georgia to Maine....

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12/26/75

12/26/75

For Tony Reid, this case began as a claim of innocence in the murder of Donna Jo Richmond in 1975. While the errors in the original investigation and a flawed trial resulted in a guilty verdict, the reassessment confirmed that the defendant was framed but the question...

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50 States, 5,000 Ideas

50 States, 5,000 Ideas

This richly illustrated book from the travel experts at National Geographic showcases the best travel experiences in every state, from the obvious to the unexpected. Sites include national parks, beaches, hotels, Civil War battlefields, dude ranches, out-of-the-way...

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Ten Drugs

Ten Drugs

“The stories are skillfully told and entirely entertaining . . . An expert, mostly feel-good book about modern medicine” from the award-winning author ( Kirkus Reviews , starred review). Behind every landmark drug is a story. It could be an oddball researcher’s genius...

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Teach, Train, Play

Teach, Train, Play

Are you a first time dog owner? Want to raise a healthy, well behaved pup? Being a first time puppy parent is not an easy job but it can be a smooth experience once you learn the essential tips and tricks for effectively raising your new dog. In Teach, Train, Play:...

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Shortcut to English Collocations

Shortcut to English Collocations

The #1 Best Selling Book on Kindle Downloaded by over 20,000 people... Master 2000+ English Collocations In Used Explained Under 20 Minutes A Day! (5 BOOKS IN 1 BOX SET) Do you want to use the English words more accurately?Do you want your English speaking and writing...

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Scarface

Scarface

Scarface is one of the most quoted movies of all time. Every thirty-seven seconds, 24 hours a day, someone somewhere around the world does a bad Tony Montana impression. The movie’s dialogue litters the lyrics of gangsta rap. Lines like “Don’t get high on your own...

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50 States 5,000 Ideas

50 States 5,000 Ideas

This richly illustrated book from the travel experts at National Geographic showcases the best travel experiences in every state, from the obvious to the unexpected. Sites include national parks, beaches, hotels, Civil War battlefields, dude ranches, out-of-the-way...

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Co-Parenting With a Narcissistic Ex

Co-Parenting With a Narcissistic Ex

Are you desperately trying to understand how to deal with a relationship with a narcissist? Would you like to learn how to recognize if your partner is a narcissist? Eager to know how to protect your child from a toxic relationship? If the answer is YES, then keep on...

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Quantum Physics for Beginners

Quantum Physics for Beginners

? Do you want to reveal the mysteries of how the universe works? ?? Do you want to show off your scientific knowledge to colleagues, friends and family? ?? Do you want everybody to look at you like a physics genius? ? Well, let me give you GREAT news: This book is...

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Shhhh…listen!

Shhhh…listen!

How To Talk and Listen to Your Children: A Practical Workbook for Busy Parents. Most parents will agree that raising children is the hardest job in the world. When you have a baby, you spend those first two years struggling with sleep deprivation, crying, diapering,...

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First Date Stories

First Date Stories

Ellen meets Jim at a posh restaurant, hoping for an evening of fine wine and better conversation. Maria sets out on a walk with a man she's been looking forward to meeting. In First Date Stories , these women, and others, enter into initial liaisons with well-honed...

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Anger Management for Parents

Anger Management for Parents

All I ever seem to do is shout at my kids. Why can’t I get this right? Does your relationship with your children seem like a chain of shouting matches with some dead silences in between? Does the sight of somebody else’s calm, well-behaved son or daughter make you...

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Don’t Tell My Mum!

Don’t Tell My Mum!

Second book in the series.Following on from Don't Look At Me In That Tone Of Voice! - Memories of a Confused Sixties Childhood, we pick up from where the last book left off. It is now 1973 and we follow Alex through her first day at high school, meeting stranger...

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Pursuit of Happiness

Pursuit of Happiness

The intimate memoir of a young woman handed a future she refused to accept, and how she discovered the secret to rewriting her own destiny. Newly divorced and happily single, Mayuri Saxena had just relaunched her life in the Big Apple. She faced many of the challenges...

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