Benjamin Radford - Social Science - 2011 - 216 pages
Among the monsters said to roam the world’s jungles and desolate deserts, none is more feared than the chupacabra—-the blood-sucking beast blamed for the mysterious deaths of thousands of animals since the 1990s.
Martin Weller - Education - 2011 - 200 pages
This book will explore these changes, their implications for higher education, the possibilities for new forms of scholarly practice and what lessons can be drawn from other sectors.
Elizabeth Strout - Fiction - 2013 - 352 pages
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Includes Elizabeth Strout’s never-before-published essay about the origins of The Burgess Boys NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY The Washington Post • NPR • Good Housekeeping Elizabeth Strout ...
Nancy Farmer - Juvenile Fiction - 2013 - 432 pages
As the teenage ruler of his own country, Matt must cope with clones and cartels in this “electric blend of horrors and beauty” (Publishers Weekly), the riveting sequel to the modern classic House of the Scorpion, winner of the National ...
Melissa de la Cruz - Fiction - 2012 - 336 pages
The basis for the hit Lifetime TV series, Witches of East End! The intriguing Beauchamp family, introduced in the New York Times bestselling Witches of East End, returns in Serpent's Kiss, with dizzying plot twists and spellbinding magic.
Vladimir Nabokov - Fiction - 2011 - 208 pages
Pnin is a professor of Russian at an American college who takes the wrong train to deliver a lecture in a language he cannot master.
Amy Spencer - Self-Help - 2014 - 240 pages
This can-do guide brings together little things readers can do that will positively impact their daily life and overall happiness.
Zac Unger - Nature - 2013 - 296 pages
A captivating look at the battle between man and nature from the vantage point of Churchill, Manitoba--the Polar Bear Capital of the World--where natives, conservationists, hunters, scientists, and the most dangerous predators on the planet ...
Judy Blume - Juvenile Fiction - 2011 - 224 pages
Brand-new covers adorn these perennial favorites, and will entice a whole new generation of Fudge—and Judy Blume—fans. “As a kid, Judy Blume was my favorite author, and Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing was my favorite book.”—Jeff ...
James Moore, Paul Nero - History - 2011 - 256 pages
Pigeon-Guided Missiles reveals this and other fascinating tales of daring plans from history destined to change the world we live in, yet which ended in failure, or even disaster.
Holly LeCraw - Fiction - 2015 - 288 pages
Page-turning, lyrical, and ambitious, The Half Brother is a powerful examination of family, loyalty, and love. From the Hardcover edition.
Tan Twan Eng - Fiction - 2012 - 352 pages
But the Garden of Evening Mists remains a place of mystery. Who is Aritomo and how did he come to leave Japan? And is the real story of how Yun Ling managed to survive the war perhaps the darkest secret of all?
van Wessel, Robert - Computers - 2010 - 307 pages
"Given the limitations and uncertainties in the field of IT standardization and standards, this book focuses on the effects of IT standardization and IT standards on a company"--Provided by publisher.
Bruce Fife - Health & Fitness - 2005 - 288 pages
You can enjoy rich, full-fat foods and lose weight without the hassle of counting calories, weighing portions, or suffering from hunger. This book exposes many common myths and misconceptions about fats.
Kathryn Greene-McCreight - Religion - 2006 - 176 pages
How are Christians to respond in the face of mental illness? In Darkness Is My Only Companion, Kathryn Greene-McCreight confronts these difficult questions raised by her own mental illness--bi-polar disorder.