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Away From the Sun By Sandra W. Burch
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When Phoenix Chamberlain's former lover, Monica Swarovski commits suicide, he learns the truth he never knewhe has a son. Newly wed to Sierra, Phoenix has no place in his heart for his son's... More > guardian, Sue Deveraux, the woman determined to disrupt his life. Yet Phoenix can't ignore the attraction he feels to her. Seeing Sue Deveraux at Seaside Haven is the last thing Sierra Chamberlain expects. She is extremely beautiful and extremely conniving. The city girl's stay is only temporary, and the only way Sue can protect the child is to strike a deal with Phoenix. Will she get more than she bargains for?< Less
A Touch of Sun, and Other Stories By Mary Hallock Foote
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Mary Hallock Foote (1847–1938) was an American author and... More > illustrator. She is best known for her illustrated short stories and novels portraying life in the mining communities of the turn-of-the-century American West.Mary Hallock was born November 9, 1847, in Milton, New York, of English Quaker ancestry. A singular girl and youth, she attended the Female Collegiate Seminary in Poughkeepsie, New York, then studied art in New York City at the new Cooper Institute School of Design for Women. By her early twenties she had become established in New York City as an accomplished artist-illustrator for notable publishers there. In 1876 Hallock married a young mining engineer, Arthur De Wint Foote, then moved cross-continent to live with him at the New Almaden mine near San Jose, California. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Hallock_Foote< Less
The Land of the Changing Sun By Will N. (Will Nathaniel) Harben
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: William Nathaniel Harben (1858–1919) was one of the most... More > popular American authors of the early 20th century. He specialized in stories about the people of the mountains of Northern Georgia. He was sometimes credited as Will N. Harben or Will Harben.Harben was born in 1858 in Dalton, Georgia to a rich family. He grew up to be a merchant in that same town. At age 30, Harben started writing stories. In 1889, he wrote his first bestseller, Slave, a story of a white girl raised in slavery in the American South. After the publication of this novel, moved his family to New York City.Harben's next novel, Almost Persuaded (1890), was a religious novel. The novel gained enough attention that Queen Victoria requested a copy of it. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Harben< Less
Where the Boys (and Girls) Were!: The Fun and Sun History of Fort Lauderdale Beach By Dan Santoro
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Once upon a time there was a sleepy oceanside town in South Florida that came to life for only two weeks every springtime. Then a midwestern English professor wrote a cheeky novel based on... More > his observations of college guys and girls on Spring Break 1959 as they chased each other across the surf and sand in search of that perfect someone. When the novel Where the Boys Are was released in early 1960 and the movie version debuted at the end of that year, it put Fort Lauderdale on the lips and to-do lists of millions of North American college students and other fun-seekers for much of the next three decades. The city dubbed “The Venice of America” welcomed everyone and the party still hasn’t stopped!< Less
Where the Boys (and Girls) Were!: The Fun and Sun History of Fort Lauderdale Beach By Dan Santoro
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Once upon a time there was a sleepy oceanside town in South Florida that came to life for only two weeks every springtime. Then a midwestern English professor wrote a cheeky novel based on... More > his observations of college guys and girls on Spring Break 1959 as they chased each other across the surf and sand in search of that perfect someone. When the novel Where the Boys Are was released in early 1960 and the movie version debuted at the end of that year, it put Fort Lauderdale on the lips and to-do lists of millions of North American college students and other fun-seekers for much of the next three decades. The city dubbed “The Venice of America” welcomed everyone and the party still hasn’t stopped!< Less
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All The Pretty Girls By Katelyn Amos
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Something was wrong. It didn't add up. The bag of bones snags on the bank of the Rideau Canal in the early morning, just as the city drifts awake and the sun filters through the clouds. Inspector... More > Ryan Carr has always thought of the canal, in passing, as a symbol of innocence: children on skates, a pop-up shops with their pastries and hot chocolate. After the bones, nothing is ever the same. When the RCMP calls Ryan and his partner Mark down to the river to investigate, they are blindsided by the possibility of a serial murderer - Ottawa is a big city, but a sleepy city, a friendly city. These things don't happen; except, of course, that they do. With the assistance of anthropologist Harper Rousseau, they piece together the evidence, faced with the grim reality that maybe Ottawa is not as innocent as it seems. Maybe, after all, it's full of darkness, hiding in basements and alleyways, waiting to strike.< Less
Dancer Claire-2020 Calendar By Yung-Kang (Derby) Sun
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Claire Goodill is the General Manager of Expansion for Asia at ClassPass. Other than the management role in the fitness business, she is also the former gymnast, fashion model and actress in the... More > films and shows. She was featured as the Splits Girl in the cyberspace to demonstrate her excellent flexibility and aesthetic athletics under various corners inside the urban environment. This calendar presents many elegant stretches from Claire within the public places at the city to light up the happiness and spirit of love at dance-the most beautiful art form in the holiday season and brand new year.< Less
Lili, Lala, and Lila Are Looking for a Servant Girl Named Tifani Restavèk After the Quake By Joseph J. Charles
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Three adventurous and well-off Haitian girls, Lili, Lala, and Lila set out to rescue a servant girl named Tifani Restavèk from a mean neighbor family who mistreats her and makes her do all... More > kinds of forced labor while their own children, especially KansonFè IronPants, tease her while watching her work her heart out in the stiffling Caribbean sun. These three girls go to private catholic schools in Port-au-Prince. Way before the quake that hit Haiti, the three girls devise a plan to start reading stories to Tifani while she stands by the fence. They want to teach her to read and write. In general, Restaveks (servant boys and girls whose parents can not take care of them and economically forced to let them go live with well-off city dwellers) do not expect to be treated well and go to school. Will these girls ever even get close to Tifani to tell her about their plans? A miracle would have to happen first.< Less
Lili, Lala, and Lila Are Looking for a Servant Girl Named Tifani Restavèk After the Quake By Joseph J. Charles
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Three adventurous and well-off Haitian girls, Lili, Lala, and Lila set out to rescue a servant girl named Tifani Restavèk from a mean neighbor family who mistreats her and makes her do all... More > kinds of forced labor while their own children, especially KansonFè IronPants, tease her while watching her work her heart out in the stiffling Caribbean sun. These three girls go to private catholic schools in Port-au-Prince. Way before the quake that hit Haiti, the three girls devise a plan to start reading stories to Tifani while she stands by the fence. They want to teach her to read and write. In general, Restaveks (servant boys and girls whose parents can not take care of them and economically forced to let them go live with well-off city dwellers) do not expect to be treated well and go to school. Will these girls ever even get close to Tifani to tell her about their plans? A miracle would have to happen first.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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