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They will be among close to nationally known writers autographing and selling their books at the festive event scheduled from p. No outside books permitted. Hannah Payne wakes to a nightmare.
She is lying on a table in a bare room, covered only by a paper gown, with cameras broadcasting her every move to millions at home. Her crime: the murder of her unborn child.
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Ellen Brown tells the story of how this iconic novel was developed, marketed, and groomed to become an international phenomenon, and how Mitchell's estate has kept the public interest alive. In this book, Nancy Clarke tells the story of what it was like to serve six presidential administrations over the course of 30 years, and to help each First Lady find her own personal style when it came to planning flower designs, state dinners, and holiday festivities in the White House.
He describes his road to success from his early days knocking on station doors during college, to his years at NPR and on to the launch of his new radio ventures on the XM Satellite Radio network. Clarence Darrow left a promising career as a railroad lawyer during the tumultuous Gilded Age in order to champion poor workers, blacks, and social and political outcasts against big business, Jim Crow, and corrupt officials.
She writes of the first forty days after her mother disappeared, dealing with detectives, false sightings, wild hope, and deep despair. In this autobiography she tells her full story-with all its God, guns, and Gucci glory. For more than three decades, Richard L. Haiku for the Single Girl , Beth Griffenhagen. Not just for single girls but definitely for any fans of Cathy , we promise that even your most poetry averse girlfriends will fall for these sweet, sardonic, funny haikus poking fun at the life of the singleton.
Post-it Note Diaries by Arthur Jones
This fall, her book arrived, full of the dreamlike, often surreal drawings based on real-life searches for the one who got away. This book will make the perfect gift for the friend that checks Missed Connections every time he has a good hair day, those who like quirky illustrations, or anyone with a soft spot for the meet-cute. This is the perfect gift for any literature nerd to give to any science geek.
Plus, nerds, the cover is printed in glow-in-the-dark ink, to light your science projects, reading, or whatever else it is you do at night.
Pantone: the 20th Century in Color , Leatrice Eiseman. Color is one of the most powerful visual signals we perceive, a seemingly purposeless quality that brings with it memories, emotions, and even distinct urges orange makes you hungry, right? This book explores years of art, advertisements, fashion and other aesthetic trends in terms of color, breaking each era down into its respective palate, and musing on what color trends may reveal about our society at large.
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Also appropriate for fans of The Giver. Read More Made entirely from user submissions, the site features a rolling display of people hugging their webcams — and is surprisingly moving.
Users can also create their own videos on YouTube and submit them to the site for possible inclusion. Shot by David Ellis , this first person view of an alpine coaster in Mieders, Austria is pretty spectacular. Saw this on MetaFilter and it just made me laugh and laugh. Taking older, iconic films… he revisits the original filming locations, juxtaposing snippets of the film with contemporary footage. And since he tends to favor movies from over 20 years ago… the aging effect is doubly so. The clips are a bit like the Post-It Note Diaries — but themed around concepts of philosophy and physics.
And it is, in a word: terrifying. The intro is great, but the fusillade of stories starting around is absolutely delightful. For whatever reason, I assumed the stop-motion involved slowly knitting over things, photographing small segments before someone would come in and knit some more.