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Catherine J. Holland, Vito A. Canuso III, Diane M. Reed, Sabing H. Lee, Andrew I. Kimmel, Wendy K. Peterson

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Item Description: Entrepreneur Press, 2007. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. N/A. With CD! Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP47867425

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Catherine J. Holland, Vito A. Canuso III, Diane M. Reed, Sabing H. Lee, Andrew I. Kimmel, Wendy K. Peterson

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Item Description: Entrepreneur Press, 2007. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. N/A. Former Library book. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Bookseller Inventory # GRP79544681

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Published by Cambridge University Press (1993)

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Item Description: Cambridge University Press, 1993. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Part I. Introduction: 1. Bereavement research and theory: an introduction to the Handbook Margaret S. Stoebe, Wolfgang Stroebe, and Robert O. Hansson; Part II. The Phenomenology and Measurement of Grief: 2. The course of normal grief Stephen R. Shuchter, and Sidney Zisook; 3. Pathological grief reactions Warwick Middleton, Beverly Raphael, Nada Martinek, and Vivienne Misso; 4. Measurement issues in bereavement Robert O. Hansson, Bruce N. Carpenter, and Sharon K. Fairchild; Part III. Current Theories of Grief, Mourning, and Bereavement: 5. Grief as an emotion and as disease: a social-constructionist perspective James R. Averill, and Elma P. Nunley; 6. Bereavement as a psychosocial transition: processes of adaptation to change Colin Murray Parkes; 7. Grief: the social context of private feelings Paul C. Rosenblatt; 8. Bereavement from the perspective of cognitive-experiential self-theory Seymour Epstein; Part IV. Physiological Changes Following Bereavement: 9. Biobehavioral consequences of loss in nonhuman primates: individual differences Mark L. Laudenslager, Maria L. Boccia, and Martin L. Reite; 10. Neuroendocrine changes following bereavement Kathleen Kim, and Selby Jacobs; 11. Bereavement, depressive symptoms, and immune function Michael Irwin, and Jennifer Pike; Part V. The Psychological, Social, and Health Impacts of Conjugal Bereavement: 12. The mortality of bereavement: a review Margaret S. Stroebe, and Wolfgang Stroebe; 13. Psychological resilience among widowed men and women: a 10-year follow-up of a national sample Robert R. McCrae, and Paul T. Costa, Jr; 14. Determinants of adjustment to bereavement in younger widows and widowers Wolfgang Stroebe, and Margaret S. Stoebe; 15. The impact of spousal bereavement on older widows and widowers Dolores Gallagher-Thompson, Andrew Futterman, Norman Farberow, Larry W. Thompson, and James Peterson; 16. The course of spousal bereavement in later life Dale A. Lund, Michael S. Caserta, and Margaret F. Dimond; 17. Risk factors in bereavement outcome Catherine M. Sanders; Part VI. Grief Reactions to Different Types of Loss: 18. Loss and recovery Robert S. Weiss; 19. The death of a child is forever: the life course impact of child loss Simon Shimshon Rubin; 20. Children's reactions to the death of a parent Phyllis R. Silverman, and J. William Worden; 21. Bereavement following death from AIDS: unique problems, reactions, and special needs John L. Martin, and Laura Dean; 22. Sleep and dreams in well-adjusted and less adjusted Holocaust survivors Hanna Kaminer, and Peretz Lavie; Part VII. Coping, Counseling, and Therapy: 23. The meaning of loss and adjustment to bereavement Camille B. Wortman, Roxane Cohen Silver, and Ronald C. Kessler; 24. Old age and widowhood: issues of personal control and independence Robert O. Hansson, Jacqueline H. Remondet, and Marlene Galusha; 25. The support systems of American urban widows Helena Znaniecka Lopata; 26. The role of social support in bereavement Stanley K. Stylianos, and Mary L. S. Vachon; 27. Bereavemnet self-help groups: a review of conceptual and methodological issues Morton A. Lieberman; 28. Counseling and therapy of the bereaved Beverly Raphael, Warwick Middleton, Nada Martinek, and Vivienne Misso; Part VIII. Conclusions: 29. Contemporary themes and controversies in bereavement research Margaret S. Stroebe, Robert O. Hansson, and Wolfgang Stroebe. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0521448530

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Surprenant, Aimee; Francis, Greg; Neath, Ian

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Item Description: Wadsworth Publishing, 2004. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: PART 1: ATTENTION. 1. Attentional Blink, Temporory suppression of visual processing in an RSVP task: An attentional blink? Jane E. Raymond, Kimron L. Shapiro and Karen M. Arnell. 2. Simon Effect; Reactions toward the source of stimulation. J. Richard Simon. 3. Spatial Cueing; Orienting of attention. Michael I. Posner. 4. Stroop Task; Studies fo interference in serial verbal reactions. J. Ridley Stroop. 5. Apparent Motion; Motion perception: A modern view of Wertheimer's 1912 monograph. Robert Sekuler. Part 2: PERCEPTION. 6. Muller-Lyer Illusion; Perceptual illusions and brain models. R.L. Gregory. 7. Signal Detection; A decision-making theory of visual detection. Wilson P. Tanner and John A. Swets. 8. Visual Search; Features and objects in visual processing. Anne Treisman. Part 3: NEUROCOGNITION. 9. Brain Asymmetry; Some functional effects of sectioning the cerebral commisures in man. Michael S. Gazzaniga, J.E. Bogen and R.W. Sperry. 10. Mapping the Blind Spot; on the filling in of the visual blind spot; Some rules of thumb. Frank H. Durgin, Srimant P. Tripathy and Dennis M. Levi. Part 4: SENSORY MEMORY. 11. Metacontrast Masking; What's new in visual masking? James T. Enns and Vincent Di Lollo. 12. Partial Report; The information available in brief visual presentations. George Sperling. 13. Suffix Effect; Adapting to an irrelevant item in an immediate recall task. Michael J. Watkins and Elizabeth S. Sechler. Part 5: SHORT-TERM MEMORY. 14. Brown-Peterson Task; Short-term retention of individual verbal items. Lloyd R. Peterson and Margaret J. Peterson. 15. Sternberg Task; High-speed scanning in human memory. Saul Sternberg. Part 6: WORKING MEMORY. 16. Working Memory: Irrelevant Speech, Memory Spans, Phonological Similarity; Working Memory, Alan Baddley. 17. Operation Span; Individual differences in working memory capacity: Mmore evidence for a general capacity theory. Andrew R. A. Conway and Randall W. Engle. Part 7: MEMORY PROCESSES. 18. Encoding Specificity; Associative encoding and retrieval: Weak and strong cues. Donald M. Thomson and Endel Tulving. 19. Serial Position Effect; Serial position curves in verbal learning. John J. McCrary, Jr. and Walter S. Hunter. 20. von Restorff Effect; The subtlety of distinctiveness: What von Restorff really did. R. Reed Hunt. Part 8: METAMEMORY. 21. False Memory; Creating false memories: Remembering words not presented in lists. Henry L. Roediger, III, and Kathleen B. McDermott. 22. ForgotIt All Along; Remembering remembering. Michelle M. Arnold and D. Stephen Lindsay. 23. Remember/Know; Memory and consciousness. Endel Tulving. Part 9: IMAGERY. 24. Mental Rotation; Mental rotation of three-dimensional objects. Roger Shepard and Jacqueline Metzler. Part 10: SPEECH AND LANGUAGE. 25. Categorical Perception; Speech perception by the chinchilla: Voiced-voiceless distionction in alveolar plosive consonants. Patricia K. Kuhl and James D. Miller. 26. Lexical Decition; Facilitation in regocnizing pairs of workds: Evidence of a dependence between retrieval operations. David E. Meyer and Roger W. Schvaneveldt. 27. Word Superiority Effect; Perceptual recognition as a function of meaningfulness of stimulus material. Gerald M. Reicher. Part 11: CONCEPTS. 28. Absolute Identification; Anchor effects in absolute judgements. Charles W. Eriksen and Harold W. Hake. 29. Implicit Learning; Can sequence learning be implicit? New evidence with the process dissociation procedure. Arnaud Destrebecqz and Axel Cleeremans. 30. Prototypes; On the genesis of abstract ideas. Michael Posner and Steven W. Keele. Part 12: JUDGEMENT. 31. Risky Decision and Typical Reasoning; Choices, values, and frames. Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky. 32. Wason Selection Task; Natural and contrived experience in a reasoning problem. Peter C. Wason and Diana Shapiro. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0534641202

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Item Description: Christie's - New York, Sale title - American Paintings, Drawings & Watercolors , Date - 23rd May 1994, No. of lots - 317, No. of pages - 90, Illustrated in black and white & colour , Condition - Good, INDEX, Inukai, K. , Johnson, D. , Jonson, R. , Kantor, M. , Keith, W. , Kelly, L. , Kensett, j. F. attributed to , Kerkam, E. , Knapp, C. W. , Koerner, W. H. D. , Kronberg, L. , Lachaise, G. , Lathrop, W. , Latroix, G. de , Leake, E. , Leavitt, E. C. , Lebduska, L. , LeBrun, F. , Lever, R. H. , Levine, D. P. , Lewis, E. D. , Lie,j. , Liebman, A. M. , Longfellow, E. W. , Luks, G. B. , MacRae, E. L. , Marsh, R. , Martini, J. de , Melrose, A. , Merrill, F. T. , Mignot, L. R. , Milman, F. , Minor, R. C. , Moeller, L. C. , Morviller, J. , Mount, W. S. , Mulhaupt, F. j. , Mygatt, R. K. , Nelson, E. D. , Newell, H. , Nichols, H. H. , Noble, T. S. , Nordfeldt, B. j. O. , Nourse, E. , Noyes, G. L. , Owen, R. E. , Pancoast, M. H. , Parrish, M. , Paxton, W. M. , Payne, E. A. , Perkins, G. , Perkins, M. S. , Peterson, J. , Philipp, R. , Phillips, J. , Picknell, W. L. , Preston, M. W. W. , 283 Quartley, A. , Redfield, E. W. , Rehn, F. K. M. , Richards, T. A. , Richards, W. T. , Richards, W. T., attributed to , Riecke, G. , Roberts, j. R. , Robinson, F. V. , Roseland, H. H. , Rothermel, P. F. , Russell, M. , Ryder, C. F. , Ryder, P. P. , Schary, S. , Schultz, G. F. , Schwartz, W. S. , Scott, J. , Sexton, F. L. , Shinn, E. , Shurtleff, R. M. , Sloan, J. , Smith, H. P. , Smith, M. T. , Smith, W. G. , Sonntag, W. L. , Soyer,! , Soyer, M. , Soyer, R. , Speicher, E. , Steele, T. S. , Stella, j. , Sterne, M. , Sully, T. , Sully, T. W. , Tack, A. V. , Tait, A . F. , Tate, G. B. , Teel, L. W. , Thieme, A. , Thompson, W. , Vincent, H. A. , Walkowitz, A. , Warren, j. , Waugh, F.j. , Weldon, C. D. , Whittemore, W. j. , Whittredge, T. W. , Whorf,J. , Wiegand, C. Von , Wiegand, G. , Winter, A. G. , Wood, T. W. , Woodward, M. , Woolf, S. j. , Wyant, A. H. , Zang,j. , Zorach, W. , Adams, W. S. , 120 Dabo, L. 183 American School , Darley, F. O. C. 11 , 54,60, 101, 107, 127, 129, 141 Dasburg, A. 217A , Andrews, A. , 15 Davey, R. 280 , Anshutz, T. P. , 171 Davis, L. M. 191 , Armstrong, W. W. , 103 Dehn, A. A. 276, 290 , Demuth, C. , Dewey, C. M. , Donaghy,J. , Dumond, F. V. , Batchelder,]. L.,Jr. , 149 Durand, A. B. 3 , BeaI, R. , 212, 213 Durand, E. W. 1 , Beaux, C. , 137 Durrie, G. H. 18, 22, 25 , Becher, A. E. , Bellows, A. F. , 23 Eilshemius, L. M. , Benton, T. H. , Berman, E. , 312 Ernst, ]. 224 , Berman, L. , 262 Evergood, P. H. F. 232, 242, 253 , Berthelson, J. , 196 Fairman, j. , Bierstadt, A. , Bishop,!.· , 234, 303 Fisher, H. K. 203 , Bisttram, E. , 228 Fisher, W. M. 142 , Black, H. , 195 Folinsbee, j. F. 143 , Black, O. P. , 121 Fournier, A.]. 123, 144 , Boggs, F. M. , 146,148,177,179 Francis,]. F. 19 , Borenstein, S. , 252, 258 Friedman, A. 247 , Boston, F.]. , 48 Frieseke, F. C. 172 , Boughton, G. H. , Boutelle, de W. C. , 14 Gammell, R. H. 1. 256, 302 , Boyd,j. R. , 136, 153 Gatch, L. 229, 237, 263, 265 , Bradford, W. , 68 Gaul, W. G. 201 , Bricher, A. T. , 51, 64 Gibson, C. D. 200, 205 , Briganti, N. P. , 72 Gifford, R. S. 185 , Brown, C. , 240, 266 Grant, C. R. 86 , Brown, H. B. , 67 Graves, M. 307 , Browne, B. , 245, 309 Gray,]. L. 163, 179 , Burchfield, C. E. , 217,218 Griffin, W. 145, 147 , Burliuk, D. , 249, 261, 264, 291 Gropper, W. 231 , Buttersworth, j. E. , 38 Grose, D. C. 77 , Gross, C. , Grosz, G. , Gruppe, E. A. , Guy,j. M. , Cadmus, P. , 299, 305 Gwathmey, R. 238 , Canadian School , Carlin, j. , 297 Hall,G.H. 12 , Chapman,]. L. , 74 Hamilton, H. 133 , Christy, H. C. , 199,206,207 Hart,]. M. 17 , Cikovsky, N. , 244, 254, 260 Hart, W. M. 31 , Clark, E. , 198 Hartwick, G. 16 , Coleman, C. C. , 71 Haseltine, W. S. 70, 76 , Cooper, A. D. M. , 113 Healy, G. P. A. 5 , Cooper, C. C. , 135 Henry, E. L. 26 , Coppedge, F. 1. , 180 Herzog, H. 96, 99 , Costigan, j. E. , 184 Higgins, E. 197 , Craig, W. , 33 Holmes, W. H. 93 , Crane, F. E. , 173 Ho. Bookseller Inventory # 10451

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Peterson, Andrew

Published by WaterBrook Press (2009)

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Item Description: WaterBrook Press, 2009. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Praise for North! Or Be Eaten "Peterson deserves every literary prize for this fine book. It is obvious that his musical talents have been put to good use as his use of words, plot and narrative read like a well scored film script. A very fine book, by a very fine writer and future talent. Amazing - thrilling and well worth reading again and again." G. P. Taylor,New York Timesbest-selling author ofShadowmancerand The Dopple Ganger Chronicles "Toothy cows are very dangerous. Andrew Peterson convinced me and shivers run down my spine at the very thought of meeting a toothy cow face to face. The author spills characters like Podo and Nurgabog onto the page, then weaves a tale of danger that holds the reader captive. Believe me, you will relish being held captive by this master storyteller. But be sure you don't get caught by the Stranders. Those people just ain't civilized." Donita K. Paul, author ofThe Vanishing Sculptor "In a genre overrun by the gory and the grim, Peterson's bite-sized chapters taste more like a stew of Gorey (Edward) and Grimm (the Brothers). North! Or Be Eaten is a welcome feast of levity--and clearly a labor of love. Andrew Peterson has awakened my inner eight-year-old, and that is a very good thing." Jeffrey Overstreet,author of Auralia's Colors and Cyndere's Midnight "An immensely clever tale from a wonderful storyteller - filled with great values and even greater adventure!" Phil Vischer, creator ofVeggieTales "Thrills, chills, spine-tingling mystery, and lots of smiles. It's not easy to combine heart-pounding danger with gut-busting laughs and make it work, but Peterson pulls it off. For readers who want nonstop action infused with powerful, life-changing themes,North! Or Be Eatenis a must-read." Wayne Thomas Batson, best-selling author of The Door Within Trilogy, Isle of SwordsandIsle of Fire "Andrew Peterson is a gifted storyteller, scene painter and wordsmith who takes you on a rollicking white-water ride of adventure. Readers of all ages are sure to findNorth! Or Be Eatenworthy of a big mug filled with a favorite beverage and a cozy nook near a crackling fire for hours on end. Here there be tales within yarns within stories. Listen, reader, bend your ear, but keep an eye peeled lest the dreaded Fangs of Dang be near!" R. K. Mortenson, author ofLandon SnowandThe Auctor's Riddle. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_1400073871

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Item Description: Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Jackson County, WI, are recalled through colorful tales and factual data in this new 36 page 8 1/2" x 11" spiral-bound booklet, photocopie single-sided on 60 # opaque paper. The front cover is a parchtex card stock, protected with a vinyl sheet. The information comes from a rare 1881 book, entitled History of Northern Wisconsin. We've enlarged the area on a map from the original book, and included it along with two other maps of historic interest. Communities currently listed for this area by the National Association of Counties include: Adams, Albion, Alma, Alma Center, Bear Bluff, Black River Falls (County Seat), Brockway, City Point, Cleveland, Curran, Franklin, Garden Valley, Garfield, Hixton, Irving, Knapp, Komensky, Manchester, Melrose, Merrillan, Millston, North Bend, Northfield, Springfield, Taylor. Some towns may not be mentioned in the booklet.) Among the many subjects included are: Location and Natural Formations like Black River Falls and Silver Bluff; Mineral Resources and Agriculture; Indian Occupation; Early settlers; Logging and Lumbering; First two births, first two deaths and first three marrages in county; Three year stay of Mormons in the area; When "inebriety" was the rule (even in court) and card-playing a popular vice; scarcity of white women; Early 4th of July celebration and a 50-hour dance; Early schools, preachers, hotels, saw-mills, businesses, etc.; Newspapers; Secret Societies; Manufacturing; county buildings and officers; the village of Black River Falls (with a sketch); Arsonist's Destruction of the town in 1860; Brief looks at Alma Center, Hixton, Sechlersville, Melrose and North Bend, with names of many businesses; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: This booklet contains biographies of many county residents of the late 1800s. Some of these are brief, but others include family members, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on area businesses, churches, professions and institutions, and on news events. Those listed are (NOT in alphabetical order): J.H. Allen, H.C. Arnold, N.A. Batcheller, Fredrick Blake, James Chandler, F.R. Chapman, Dr. H.B. Cole, J.W. Cole, Joseph Clancy, Oscar Clapp, Ludovick L. Dimmick, Carl F. W. Erdman, F.M. Goodenough, James Ice, C.R. Johnson, W.C. Jones, Henry Lake, Algeroy LeClair, W.T. Murray, Ulrich Oderbolz, W. R. O'Hearn, John Parsons, G.M. Perry, T.H. Phillips, Carl C. Pope, M.M. Post, A.A. Prestermoen, William Thomas Price, Dr. James Robie, A.E. Sawyer, Andrew Sheppard, Fredrick Simpson, Capt. Peter Trudell, Dr. Fredrick Warner, Charles C. Wason, Rev. Bert E. Wheeler, Edward J. Austin, William H. Bunce, Lester H. Clow, Leander A. Comstock, Isaac E. Darling, N. Davis, Jerome L. Barker; Albridge Eaton, Albian Estey, Rev. Harry M. Hackney, John W. Hamilton, C.H. Ketchum, James L. Loomis, Martin Martens, George B. Marvin, Charles Merrill, Benjamin H. Merrill, Julius H. Miller, Edwin E. Moore, Alonzo H. Owen, Anson W. Prindle, Rev. William C. Ross, George P. Rossman, A. Tuttle, Alvin S. Trow, George R. Watson, Asa Wood, Marshal J. Chapman, Lewis B. Johnson, Charles W. Kenson, Capt. Daniel McSwain, Harvey D. McSwain, George N. Marks, Adison W. Merrill, J.B. Miller, William Miller, Henry W. Northrop, William Burton, Aaron Clinton, Tully Dorronce, Joseph D. Hoffman, Oscar F. Hoffman, Peter Hoffman, Matthew R. Letson, John Peterson, Edmund Pratt, George F. Seger, William D. Sherwood, Dr. Lyman T. Branch, Samuel M. Curran, George M. Hull, James H. Lounsbury, Thomas P. Marsh, Henry Nolop, Isaac B. Richardson, Schuyler H. Van Gorden, David J. Aller, Mrs. Harriet Champlin, Nelson Colburn, Frank G. Davis, Mrs. Hugh Douglas, Mark Douglas, Robert Douglas, A.K. James, Jacob A. Johnson, Vincent B. Newland, William H. Polleys, Eli Tiffany, William A. Sholes, John H. Willard, Lewis F. Crandell, John Glennie, Benjamin F. Gipple, John H. McDonald, H.B. Mills, Nicholas Fifer. Bookseller Inventory # 000412

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PETERSON, Keith

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PETERSON, Keith (KLAVAN, Andrew)

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Item Description: U.K / Vista, 1997. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Keith Peterson is the pseudonym of Andrew Klavan. A paperback in new condition. (201 pages). Bookseller Inventory # 1614

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Peterson, Andrew

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Item Description: WaterBrook Press, 2009. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Praise for North! Or Be Eaten "Peterson deserves every literary prize for this fine book. It is obvious that his musical talents have been put to good use as his use of words, plot and narrative read like a well scored film script. A very fine book, by a very fine writer and future talent. Amazing - thrilling and well worth reading again and again." G. P. Taylor,New York Timesbest-selling author ofShadowmancerand The Dopple Ganger Chronicles "Toothy cows are very dangerous. Andrew Peterson convinced me and shivers run down my spine at the very thought of meeting a toothy cow face to face. The author spills characters like Podo and Nurgabog onto the page, then weaves a tale of danger that holds the reader captive. Believe me, you will relish being held captive by this master storyteller. But be sure you don't get caught by the Stranders. Those people just ain't civilized." Donita K. Paul, author ofThe Vanishing Sculptor "In a genre overrun by the gory and the grim, Peterson's bite-sized chapters taste more like a stew of Gorey (Edward) and Grimm (the Brothers). North! Or Be Eaten is a welcome feast of levity--and clearly a labor of love. Andrew Peterson has awakened my inner eight-year-old, and that is a very good thing." Jeffrey Overstreet,author of Auralia's Colors and Cyndere's Midnight "An immensely clever tale from a wonderful storyteller - filled with great values and even greater adventure!" Phil Vischer, creator ofVeggieTales "Thrills, chills, spine-tingling mystery, and lots of smiles. It's not easy to combine heart-pounding danger with gut-busting laughs and make it work, but Peterson pulls it off. For readers who want nonstop action infused with powerful, life-changing themes,North! Or Be Eatenis a must-read." Wayne Thomas Batson, best-selling author of The Door Within Trilogy, Isle of SwordsandIsle of Fire "Andrew Peterson is a gifted storyteller, scene painter and wordsmith who takes you on a rollicking white-water ride of adventure. Readers of all ages are sure to findNorth! Or Be Eatenworthy of a big mug filled with a favorite beverage and a cozy nook near a crackling fire for hours on end. Here there be tales within yarns within stories. Listen, reader, bend your ear, but keep an eye peeled lest the dreaded Fangs of Dang be near!" R. K. Mortenson, author ofLandon SnowandThe Auctor's Riddle. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_1400073871

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Andrew Peterson

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Item Description: Waterbrook Press (A Division of Random House Inc), United States, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Original. 226 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. Praise for North! Or Be Eaten Peterson deserves every literary prize for this fine book. It is obvious that his musical talents have been put to good use as his use of words, plot and narrative read like a well scored film script. A very fine book, by a very fine writer and future talent. Amazing - thrilling and well worth reading again and again. G. P. Taylor,New York Timesbest-selling author ofShadowmancerand The Dopple Ganger Chronicles Toothy cows are very dangerous. Andrew Peterson convinced me and shivers run down my spine at the very thought of meeting a toothy cow face to face. The author spills characters like Podo and Nurgabog onto the page, then weaves a tale of danger that holds the reader captive. Believe me, you will relish being held captive by this master storyteller. But be sure you don t get caught by the Stranders. Those people just ain t civilized. Donita K. Paul, author ofThe Vanishing Sculptor In a genre overrun by the gory and the grim, Peterson s bite-sized chapters taste more like a stew ofGorey (Edward)andGrimm (the Brothers).North! Or Be Eatenis a welcome feast of levity--and clearly alabor of love.Andrew Peterson has awakened my inner eight-year-old, and that is a very good thing. Jeffrey Overstreet,author ofAuralia s ColorsandCyndere s Midnight An immensely clever tale from a wonderful storyteller - filled with great values and even greater adventure! Phil Vischer, creator ofVeggieTales Thrills, chills, spine-tingling mystery, and lots of smiles. It s not easy to combine heart-pounding danger with gut-busting laughs and make it work, but Peterson pulls it off. For readers who want nonstop action infused with powerful, life-changing themes,North! Or Be Eatenis a must-read. Wayne Thomas Batson, best-selling author of The Door Within Trilogy, Isle of SwordsandIsle of Fire Andrew Peterson is a gifted storyteller, scene painter and wordsmith who takes you on a rollicking white-water ride of adventure. Readers of all ages are sure to findNorth! Or Be Eatenworthy of a big mug filled with a favorite beverage and a cozy nook near a crackling fire for hours on end. Here there be tales within yarns within stories. Listen, reader, bend your ear, but keep an eye peeled lest the dreaded Fangs of Dang be near! R. K. Mortenson, author ofLandon SnowandThe Auctor s Riddle. Bookseller Inventory # AAS9781400073870

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J.H. Battle, W.H. Perrin, G.C. Kniffin

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Item Description: Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". An overview of the early days of Marion County, Kentucky, and biographies of some of the county's prominent residents from the late 1800s, are combined with a brief history of the state in this new 91-page book. The spiral-bound book includes biographies from the 1880's book, Kentucky: A History of the State by J.H. Battle, W.H. Perrin and G.C. Kniffin, excerpts from Kentucky, a Guide to the Bluegrass State, a 1939 product of the WPA Writer's Program, and information from various internet sources. The tri-color front cover is on 80# card stock and has been protected with a vinyl sheet. The text is photocopied on 60# opaque 8.5" x 11" paper. The individual biographies often shed light on the area and the times, including the Civil War era, as well as providing specific genealogical data. A listing for Loretto Academy is among the biographies, which include: Benjamin F. Abell, Franklin Anderson, Samuel Avritt, John Barr, Edward Briscoe Baxter, George W. Beall, Nicholas T. Berry, Charles Beaven, Francis K. Beaven, George D. Boldrick, Edward H. Boarman, George A. Bricken, Col. Charles H. Burns, Judge Robert A. Burton, Christopher C. Cambron, Col. John B. Carlile Sr., Thomas W. Cecil, Paul C. Cleaver, William Wells Cleaver, Hugh P. Cooper, Samuel S. Cooper, Killis Coppage, Uriah Coppage, Anderson Corley, Richard Cummins, J.W. Dant, Dr. Phil. T. Dedman, Ben P. Doom, Major Leven M. Drye, James H. Edelen, Ida Edwards, William O. Edwards, Dr. John B. Evans, Rev. David Fennessy, Jesse P. Fidler, Ebenezer A. Fogle, James M. Fogle, David Harding, Francis M. Head, Victor E. Head, Dr. John Healy, Clement S. Hill, James W. Hopper, Andrew January Grundy, Alexander Johnson, the Kirk family, J. Henry Kirk, Robert E. Kirk, Robert B. Lancaster, Wilson N. Lankford, Albert Lee, William J. Lisle, Dr. Robert C. McChord, George W. McElroy, Paul Irvin McElroy, Buford Mahan, Benjamin F. Mattingly, Dr. William E. Matting, Eusebius S. Mayes, Richard C. Milburn, William B. Milburn, John W. Mouser, George P. Newbolt, Andrew Offutt, Mrs. Virginia Owsley, Dr. Henry B. Peterson, Felix Grundy Phillips, James G. Phillips Jr., William Thompson Purdy, Alson Rawlings, Clement H. Rawlings, Nicholas S. Ray, William E. Ray, John W. Rinehart, Owen Rubel, Andrew K. Russell, Joseph B. Russell, Judge William E. Russell, Finley Shuck, William J. Smith, Mrs. Mary J. (Lancaster) Spalding, Mary Zerelda Spalding, John B. Stiles, John R. Thomas, Daniel T. Thompson, John B. Wathen Jr., James B. Williams (b.1840), James B. Williams (b. 1856), John J. Wood and Richard W. Wright. Bookseller Inventory # 000886

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Monroe County, AR, are recalled in this spiral bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from the 1889 book, Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Eastern Arkansas, and a product of the WPA, Arkansas, A Guide to the State, published in 1941. The 72-page booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a brief history of the county: Transportation -- railroads, etc.; Location, physical features, agriculture, population; Settlers and settlements; County officials; Civil War days; Clarendon -- fraternal organizations, merchants, etc.; Brinkley and other towns; schools and churches, and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: J.T. Andrews, Judge H.B. Bateman, Major John B. Baxter, William L. Benton, Samuel Langley Black, Mrs. Bena Black (widow of Major William Black), A.T. Blaine, William H. Boyce, W.F. Branch, Rev. Thomas J. Brickell, Elijah C. Brown, W.D. Burge, Capt. Hilliard A. Carter, James Allen Cocke, John W. Cooper, Richard N. counts, Robert Craig, S.W. Davis, J.H. Dial, Capt. Parker C. Ewan, S.E. Fitzhugh, J.M. and A. Flora, J.M. Folkes, Dr. J.W. Frazer, Alfred J. Gannon, William H. Govan, Grant Green, Henry D. Green, William Jasper Hall, William Hooker, Wesley H. Hughen, James Benton Hughes, G.W. Hurst, T.H. Jackson, Capt. Benjamin F. Johnson, Capt. William J.F. Jones, Benjamin F. Kerr, W.D. Kerr, L.W. Kizer, Charles B. La Belle, B.J. Lambert, Henry A. McGill, M.J. Manning, M.D. Martin, William Montgomery Mayo, Lawrence Sherod Mayo, John William Mayo, James M. Miles, Charles B. Mills, Dr. L.B. Mitchell, Polk Montgomery, Harry H. Myers, Alfred Owens, James C. Palmer, Robert W. Park, James Park, Dr. William Park, J.T. Parker, W.H. Peterson, Samuel R. Pointer, Dr. W.D. Powell, D.B. Renfro, George A. Rich, J.P. Ridout, James P. Roberts, F.J. Robinson, J.W.B. Robinson, W.F. Sain, Louis Salinger, James S. Seale, Miles A. Simmons, Stephen Simons, Washington Simpson, William K. Sims, William E. Spencer, William Grant Sutton, Judge James S. Thomas, Frank B. Toms, B.P. Vanderford, Capt. Milton H. Vaughan, Capt. J.W. Walker, William B. Wellborn, Dr. Robert M. West, Capt. J.W. Whitfield, Capt. Lewis Williams and Woodfin & Henderson. The WPA section includes stops at West Memphis, Levi, Forrest City, Brinkle, DeVall's Bluff, Hazen, Hughes, Marianna, Clarendon, the Roc-Roe State Game Refuge, and other points of interest in the area. Bookseller Inventory # 000746

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Item Description: Ohara + Citadel + Contemporary. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fair. No Jacket. Ninja and Their Secret Fighting Art (ISBN: 9780739410141) Stephen K Hayes, Tuttle Publishing, 1981, 156p, trade pb, covers bumped/scuffed/creased/chipped, clean text, solid binding + Secrets Of The Ninja, Ashida Kim, Citadel, 1981, 152p, trade pb, covers bumped/scuffed/creased, clean text, solid binding + Ninja: The Invisible Assassins, Adams, Andrew, Ohara Publications, 1986, 190p, trade pb, covers bumped/scuffed/creased, clean text, solid binding + Mind of the Ninja: Exploring the Inner Power, Peterson, Kirtland C., Contemporary Books, 1986, 301p, ex-library hc no dj, w/library marks/stamps, usual xlib abuse, clean text + + THE NINJA AND THEIR SECRET FIGHTING ART, Hayes, O'Hara Pubs, 2001, trade pb,slight covers bumped/scuffed, text tanning/clean, binding solid, nice copy + NINJA, SPIRIT OF THE SHADOW WARRIOR, Hayes, O'Hara Pubs, 2001, trade pb,slight covers bumped/scuffed, text tanning/clean, binding solid, nice copy---12.00 for all. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-1427748206

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McGiffere, Michael, et al

Published by Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, VA (1988)

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Item Description: Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, VA, 1988. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. First Edition. Very good plus condition soft cover book. Ex library reference books with minimal library notations. The book is tightly bound and square. Has a library stamp on the front cover, no card pouch. The pages of the book are very clean. The covers lay flat. Contents include - "Marylando-Hibernus": Charles Carroll the Settler, 1660-1720" By Ronald Hoffman "Dumas Malone: An Appreciation" By Merrill D. Peterson "Jonathan Bryan's Plantation Empire: Land, Politics, and the Formation of a Ruling Class in Colonial Georgia" By Alan Gallay "The World of Hannah Heaton: The Autobiography of an Eighteenth-Century Connecticut Farm Woman" By Barbara E. Lacey "The Study of Colonial American Literature, 1966-1987: A Vade Mecum" By Philip F. Gura "So Who Killed Colonial Literary History?" By Norman S. Grabo "A Survivor's Tale" By David Levin "Text and Context" By Larzer Ziff "The Study of Colonial American Literature: Response" By Philip F. Gura Edward C. Carter II. "Beyond Confederation: Origins of the Constitution and American National Identity" Reviewed by James M. Banner, Jr. Harry S. Stout. "The New England Soul: Preaching and Religious Culture in Colonial New England" Reviewed by J. M. Bumsted Calvin Martin. "American Indian and the Problem of History" Reviewed by Bernard W. Sheehan Yasuhide Kawashima. "Puritan Justice and the Indian: White Man's Law in Massachusetts, 1630-1763" Reviewed by David Thomas Konig Oliver A. Rink. "Holland on the Hudson: An Economic and Social History of Dutch New York" Reviewed by Donna Merwick Douglas Edward Leach. "Roots of Conflict: British Armed Forces and Colonial Americans, 1677-1763" Reviewed by Ira D. Gruber Alan Vance Briceland. "Westward from Virginia: The Exploration of the Virginia-Carolina Frontier, 1650-1710" Reviewed by Warren M. Billings Thomas L. Purvis. "Proprietors, Patronage, and Paper Money: Legislative Politics in New Jersey, 1703-1776" Reviewed by Larry R. Gerlach Elaine Forman Crane. "A Dependent People: Newport, Rhode Island, in the Revolutionary Era" Reviewed by Irwin H. Polishook Noble E. Cunningham, Jr. "In Pursuit of Reason: The Life of Thomas Jefferson" Reviewed by Jack N. Rakove Kym S. Rice. "Are We to Be a Nation?: The Making of the Constitution" Reviewed by Carl E. Prince Ralph Lerner. "The Thinking Revolutionary: Principle and Practice in the New Republic" Reviewed by Paul K. Conkin John R. Nelson, Jr. "Liberty and Property: Political Economy and Policymaking in the New Nation, 1789-1812" Reviewed by Steven R. Boyd Andrew R. L. Cayton. "The Frontier Republic: Ideology and Politics in the Ohio Country, 1780-1825" Reviewed by Malcolm J. Rohrbough Mary-Jo Kline. "A Guide to Documentary Editing" Reviewed by Fredrika J. Teute Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 50819

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Andrew Peterson

Published by Waterbrook Press (A Division of Random House Inc), United States (2009)

ISBN 10: 1400073871 ISBN 13: 9781400073870

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Item Description: Waterbrook Press (A Division of Random House Inc), United States, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Original. 226 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. Praise for North! Or Be Eaten Peterson deserves every literary prize for this fine book. It is obvious that his musical talents have been put to good use as his use of words, plot and narrative read like a well scored film script. A very fine book, by a very fine writer and future talent. Amazing - thrilling and well worth reading again and again. G. P. Taylor,New York Timesbest-selling author ofShadowmancerand The Dopple Ganger Chronicles Toothy cows are very dangerous. Andrew Peterson convinced me and shivers run down my spine at the very thought of meeting a toothy cow face to face. The author spills characters like Podo and Nurgabog onto the page, then weaves a tale of danger that holds the reader captive. Believe me, you will relish being held captive by this master storyteller. But be sure you don t get caught by the Stranders. Those people just ain t civilized. Donita K. Paul, author ofThe Vanishing Sculptor In a genre overrun by the gory and the grim, Peterson s bite-sized chapters taste more like a stew ofGorey (Edward)andGrimm (the Brothers).North! Or Be Eatenis a welcome feast of levity--and clearly alabor of love.Andrew Peterson has awakened my inner eight-year-old, and that is a very good thing. Jeffrey Overstreet,author ofAuralia s ColorsandCyndere s Midnight An immensely clever tale from a wonderful storyteller - filled with great values and even greater adventure! Phil Vischer, creator ofVeggieTales Thrills, chills, spine-tingling mystery, and lots of smiles. It s not easy to combine heart-pounding danger with gut-busting laughs and make it work, but Peterson pulls it off. For readers who want nonstop action infused with powerful, life-changing themes,North! Or Be Eatenis a must-read. Wayne Thomas Batson, best-selling author of The Door Within Trilogy, Isle of SwordsandIsle of Fire Andrew Peterson is a gifted storyteller, scene painter and wordsmith who takes you on a rollicking white-water ride of adventure. Readers of all ages are sure to findNorth! Or Be Eatenworthy of a big mug filled with a favorite beverage and a cozy nook near a crackling fire for hours on end. Here there be tales within yarns within stories. Listen, reader, bend your ear, but keep an eye peeled lest the dreaded Fangs of Dang be near! R. K. Mortenson, author ofLandon SnowandThe Auctor s Riddle. Bookseller Inventory # AAS9781400073870

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Fenner, Carol

Published by Margaret K. McElderry (1995)

ISBN 10: 0689800010 ISBN 13: 9780689800016

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Item Description: Margaret K. McElderry, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. First Edition, 2nd printing. Fine hardcover in fine dustjacket with Silver Newery Honor Book award affixed to front cover. Fresh unsigned bookplate affixed in center of front free endpaper.'Guaranteed reinforced binding' stated at base of DJ flap. Digital image available upon request. Ages 9 and up. From Booklist Gr. 4-6. A beautifully drawn portrait of an African American family that escapes the mean streets of Chicago by moving to a small Michigan town. Nearing the end of first grade, Yolonda's younger brother, Andrew, is still unable to read, and Yolonda's widowed mother worries about him and scoffs at Yolonda's dogged insistence that he is a musical genius. Now Yolonda must use all her physical and mental powers to devise a plan to prove to her mother and the world that Andrew is a child prodigy. Dynamic characters and fresh dialogue combine with a compelling story line to draw readers into Yolonda's world. Preteen girls especially will identify with Yolonda's yearning to be noticed by handsome Stoney Buxton and with the awkwardness she experiences at being the new kid in town. Fenner's expertise is most evident in the implausible ending that she somehow makes totally believable. Lauren Peterson. Bookseller Inventory # 37381

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David G. Slabaugh, C. LeRoy Mobley (editors)

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Item Description: Eastern Oregon College, 1963. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Staple-bound book has very faint crease to front wrap near spine. One small soil spot to front fore edge of wraps. 71 single sided pages. 8.5" x 11" The 10th issue of the literary review (formerly known as the Oregon Collegiate Review) of Eastern Oregon College. Staple-bound in glossy wraps. Very clean and well preserved. Includes poetry and stories by Michael Andrews, Ronald H. Bayes, Alice Beery, Maureen H. Boo, Werner Bruecher, Phyllis Burnett, Connie Jo Clark, Stuart Croghan, John W. Evans, Roy K. Flanagan, Gere Gilkison, Martha Harper, Richard Heilner, Ben L. Hiatt, Sharon HIlton, Donald L. Johnson, Robert Lee, Helen Luz, Joan Merrill, C. Leroy Mobley, Terry Moser, Carol Ore, Milton Peterson, Edith Pounds, Linda Sampson, David G. Slabaugh, Joanne Slatton, Constantine Stathatos, Sarah C. Stein, Thomas Strand, Deanna Talbott, T.J., Richard, Satwant S. Thind, Martha Vance, and Kathy Warren. Includes three pages of biographical notes about the contributors. Bookseller Inventory # 005970

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Pulaski County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data, and individual biographies in this New 125 page booklet, an excerpt reprinted from the rare 1889 book: History of Laclede, Camden, Dallas, Webster, Wright, Texas, Pulaski, Phelps and Dent Counties, Missouri. The spiral bound booklet is 8 1/2 x 11" and is photocopied on 60# paper, with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Communities currently listed for this area by the National Association of Counties include: Crocker, Devils Elbow, Dixon, Fort Leonard Wood, Laquey, Richland (part), Saint Robert, Swedeborg, Waynesville (County Seat). Topics covered in the history of this rural county in central Missouri include: Description of the Land, Early Inhabitants, First White Settlers; Tax list of 1828, when Pulaski was part of Gasconade County (many names); Pioneer Incidents; Early Marriages; Early Politics; Land entries before 1840; County Organization; Townships; County Seat; Early Officials and Official Acts; Railroad; Societies; Judicial and Official History; Court Cases, from murder to "playing croquet on Sunday"; Attorneys; Pulaski County in the Civil War -- at home and away; Towns -- Richland, Dixon, Waynesville, Crocker, etc.; Businesses; Societies; Schools; Newspapers; Churches; and other bits of history and trivia. In addition to the many names mentioned in the first section of the booklet, there are a number of fairly detailed individual biographies. While these are of primary interest to their decendents, they contain many items of general historical interest, particularly accounts of Civil War activities. The biographies include: W. Spencer Adams, Andrew R. Bailey, Bland N. Ballard, Wellington Barlow, Solomon Bartlett, Larkin Rufus Bates, William Addison Bates, William L. Bradford, James A. Bradford, Alexander Bryan, George C. Cain, George R. Cannefax, Elijah Jordan Christeson, Commodore P. Christesson, Robert L. Christeson, Daniel A. Claiborn, John J. Clark, George W. Colley, Daniel B. Colley, William J. Cook, Hiram D. Craft, Charles H. Davis, Henry Decker, James M. Farrar, James K. Foote, Samuel F. Giddens, Hugh Godfrey, L.D. Groom, Samuel R. Hale, Rev. Alexander Hendrix, W.S. Hicks, William Wilson Hobbs, John H. Imboden, James L. Johnson, Anderson Keith, William C. Kelso, Edward Lingsweiler, Joseph Martin Long, Joe McGregor, Samuel J. Manes, George S. Marks, James M. Mays, C. Miller, Richard Miller, John Morgan, John O. Morrison, W.S. Musgrave, William H. Murphy, James B. Overbey, William Pemberton, Loss Peterson, George W. Pippin, John Price, Rev. Henry Roam, James M. Rollins, John A. Schlicht, Oliver W. Shockley, Charles H. Shubert, William A. Skaggs, Albert Smith, James R. Smith, Dr. G.W. Stevenson, John W. Stewart, Alexander P. Sutton, Jacob Teeple, James Titterington, Dr. Alfred W. Titterington, Simeon Traw, Joseph H. Turpin, C.D. Wale, Capt. Henry E. Warren, Rev. John J. Watts, Dr. D.P. Webster, John W. Wheeler, Edward G. Williams, M.W. Wright, William T. Wright, Jacob N. Wrinkle, H.H. Wrinkle, and William J. Yowell. Bookseller Inventory # 000275

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Item Description: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 300 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.7in.Jonathan Lucas had everything in life. He was an internet genius. His website - WHIZ -had made him a millionaire at 24, and in a few weeks when WHIZ went public he could be a billionaire. But he made a foolish mistake driving his new Mercedes drunk during a storm. He was heading to his familys lake house when the storm broke, and being unfamiliar with the new car, was searching for the wipers knob when he struck something. At first, he thought it was a deer. , but it was a young woman runner, instead. Jonathan didnt want to follow his lawyer, Edwin Sloans advice: put the young womans body in the car and drive away. But Sloan was a persuasive force. He didnt get to be the powerful lawyer he was by being weak, and he had too much to lose if Jonathan messed up his life. Jonathan wanted to call the police. He was debating what to do when three teenagers - Benny Boyd, Carly Andrews and Zach Warner drove up in an old truck and asked if they could help. Jonathan took the young womans body to the lake house. He was smitten with the pretty dead girl and dreaded what he was advised to do. Dump Ms. Jones into the lake. After placing JoyJones in the lake - he had found her name on her drivers license in her fanny pack. Jonathan drove north. Any place to get away from the horror he had just witnessed. He drove until he was hungry and found a roadside diner in the mountains. From there he drove to a nearby motel that was ran by a Vietnamese family. He shut himself up in one of the room where he stayed for a week. Every day for a week Carly Andrews, who considered herself an amateur detective, as she had read all the Nancy Drew books, searched the newspapers for any notice of the accidental death. She and the boys had been in awe of meeting Jonathan Lucas. But there was nothing in the papers, or on TV, and she intended to find out why. Jonathan was not the same outgoing person he was before the mishap. He had kept Joy Joness personal items, including her drivers license and fanny pack which included her cellphone. Now he fantasized about Joy Jones. Detectives Edie Francis and Jesse Peterson were assigned to Joy Joness missing persons case. The young woman had disappeared and her live-in boy friend was worried. They were both studying for their final college exams when Joy went missing. Edie had quit smoking and resented the fact that Jesse smoked around her. The car was off limits, so Jesse, enjoying the opportunity to piss Edie off, hung out the window with his cigarette, irritating her further. The detectives got one lead from the roommate. Joy had had a confrontation with one of her professors, who had allegedly made sexual advances to her. The detectives would look into it. Benny Boyd was Carly Andrews boyfriend and he was not happy that Carly wanted to play detective and find out why nothing was mentioned about Jonathan Lucas hitting the girls. Jonathan had given the kids his calling card at the scene - a big mistake on his part. But Carly was unstoppable. She would solve this case. Edie and Jesse met with the professor who had allegedly assaulted Joy Jones, but the detectives were surprised to learn what had happened was the professor and Ms Jones had had a one time sexual encounter and Ms. Jones had blackmailed him. Demanding money, which he had given to her. And, no, he did not kill her. Sloan approached Jonathan, gleefully, with the news he had learned, that Joy Jones, the girl he had fantasized about, mourned about killing, was nothing but a cheap hooker and an embezzler. Now, they could get on with the upcoming public showing of WHIZ. He told the boy he could do more with his money to help people than he could locked up in prison for ten years. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781495311888

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Steven G. Krantz

Published by Cambridge University Press (1999)

ISBN 10: 0521654718 ISBN 13: 9780521654715

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Item Description: Cambridge University Press, 1999. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Part I. Mathematics Education at the University: 1. On the education of mathematics majors H. Wu; 2. The mathematics major at research universities Peter G. Hinman and B. Alan Taylor; 3. On the role of proof in calculus courses Thomas W. Tucker; Part II. Case Studies in Mathematics Education: 4. If I could talk to the animals Dorothy Wallace; 5. The research mathematician as storyteller William Yslas Vlez and Joseph C. Watkins; 6. Redesigning the calculus sequence at a research university: issues, implementation, and objectives Harvey B. Keynes, Andrea Olson, Douglas Shaw, Frederick J. Wicklin; 7. Is the mathematics we do the mathematics we teach? Jerry Uhl and William Davis; 8. Japan: a different model of mathematics education Thomas W. Judson; Part III. The Debate over School Mathematics Education: 9. Reflections on teacher education Anneli Lax; 10. The third mathematics education revolution Richard Askey; 11. Instructional materials for K-8 mathematics classrooms, the California adoption, 1997 Bill Jacob; 12. Beyond the math wars Judith Roitman; Part IV. Reports from the Working Groups: 13. How the working groups worked; 14. The renewal of teaching in research departments Harvey Keynes, Al Taylor, Richard Falk, Leon Henkin, Lars-Ake Lindahl, Richard Montgomery, Dan Shapiro, Donald St. Mary, Donald Martin, Susan Montgomery; 15. The use of technology in the teaching of mathematics Peter Alfeld, Kirby Baker, Angela Cheer, Estela Gavosto, Ben Halperin, Tom Judson, Abel Klein, Gerardo Lafferriere, Charles Lamb, John Orr, Bob Welland; 16. Different teaching methods Greg Baker, David Epstein, Ted Gamelin, Sid Graham, Ole Hald, Delphine Hwang, Suzanne Lewis, Randy McCarthy, Brad Shelton, John Sims, Robert Underwood; 17. The first two years of university mathematics Joseph Ball, Christopher Grant, Peter Lax, Robert Megginson, Kenneth Millett, Wayne Raskind, Thomas Tucker, Joseph Watkins, Hung-Hsi Wu; 18. The mathematics major Jorgen Andersen, John Brothers, Ralph Cohen, Stephen Fisher, Andrew Gleason, James Lin, Lea Murphy, Richard Montgomery, Y. S. Poon, Ken Ross, Anthony Tromba; 19. The education of non-mathematics majors Adeniran Adeboye, Stephen Greenfield, Jean Larson, Ashley Reiter, Dorothy Wallace; 20. Outreach to other departments Chris Anderson, Barbara Bath, Marjorie Enneking, Terry Herdman, Paul M. Weichsel; 21. Outreach to high schools Gunnar Carlsson, Phil Curtis, Dan Fendel, Neal Koblitz, Anneli Lax, Judith Roitman, Tom Sallee, Martin Scharlemann, Alina Stancu, Abigail Thompson, David Wright, William Velez; 22. Research mathematicians and research in mathematics education Hyman Bass, Kenneth Bogart, Michael Fried, Cathy Kessell, Alfred Manaster, Steve Monk, Blake Peterson; 23. Afterword William G. McCallum; Part V. Appendices: A. Sample final exam H. Wu; B. When you find a lemon, make lemonade! Anneli Lax; C. The California math wars Bill Jacob. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0521654718

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Shaun R. Harper, Stephen John Quaye

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Item Description: Routledge, 2008. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Acknowledgments Foreword, Estela Mara Bensimon Chapter 1 Beyond Sameness, with engagement and outcomes for All: An Introduction, Shaun R. Harper and Stephen John Quaye Chapter 2 International Students at Four-Year Institutions: Developmental Needs, Issues, and Strategies, Gregory Anderson, Karen Carmichael, Todd J. Harper, and Tzufang Huang Chapter 3 Beyond Accommodation: Removing Barriers to Academic and Social Engagement for Students with Disabilities, Andrew H. Nichols and Stephen John Quaye Chapter 4 Fostering safe, engaging campuses for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Students, Leah Schueler, Jeffrey Hoffman, and Elizabeth Peterson Chapter 5 Creating Welcoming Campus Environments for Students from Minority Religious Groups, Caitlin J. Mahaffey and Scott A. Smith Chapter 6 Gender-Specific Approaches to Enhancing Identity Development among Undergraduate Women and Men, Frank Harris III and Jaime Lester Chapter 7 Environmental and Developmental Approaches to Supporting Women's Success in STEM Fields, Candace Rypisi, Lindsey Malcom, and Helen Kim Chapter 8 Institutional seriousness Concerning Black Male Student Engagement: Necessary Conditions and Collaborative Partnerships, Shaun R. Harper Chapter 9 Engaging Racial/Ethnic Minority Students in Predominantly White Classroom Environments, Stephen John Quaye, Tracy Poon Tambascia, and Rameen Ahmadi Talesh Chapter 10 Engaging Racial/Ethnic Minority Students in Out-of-Class Activities on Predominantly White Campuses, Viannda M. Hawkins and Heather Larabee Chapter 11 Engaging White Students in a Multicultural Campus: Developmental Needs and Institutional Challenges, Margaret W. Sallee, Moreen E. Logan, Susan Sims, and W. Paul Harrington Chapter 12 Meeting the Needs of Commuter, Part-time, Transfer, and Returning Students, Scott C. Silverman, Sarvenaz Aliabadi, and Michelle R. Stiles Chapter 13 Creating a Pipeline to Engage Low-Income, First-Generation College Students, Jarrett Gupton, Cristina Castelo-Rodrguez, David Angel Martnez, and Imelda Quintanar Chapter 14 Improving Transfer Trajectories for First-Year, First-Generation, Minority Community College Students, Ramona Barrio-Sotillo, Kaneesha Miller, Kuro Nagasaka, and Tony Arguelles Chapter 15 Redefining Championship in College Sports: Enhacing Outcomes and Increaseing Student-Athlete Engagement, Brandon E. Martin Chapter 16 The Changing Academy: Developmental Approaches to Engaging Emerging Populations in Higher Education, Kenechukwu (K.C.) Mmeje, Christopher B. Newman, Dennis A. Kramer II, and Mark A. Pearson Afterword, George D. Kuh About the Editors About the Contributors. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0415988519

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Item Description: Sibling Rivalry Press, LLC, United States, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. In The Queer South, Douglas Ray has assembled over 60 queer-identified voices exploring their experiences of the American South in nonfiction and poetry. From hilarious to heartbreaking, anxious to angry, religious to reluctant, contemplative to celebratory, this anthology expands our ideas of what it means to be queer and what it means to represent the land south of the Mason-Dixon. Included are Dorothy Allison, Shane Allison, John Andrews, Derrick Austin, Jeffery Berg, Richard Blanco, Perry Brass, Dustin Brookshire, Jericho Brown, Joey Connelly, William Cordeiro, C. Cleo Creech, James Croteau, J.K. Daniels, Nick Dephtereos, David Eye, Jason K. Friedman, D. Gilson, Ellen Goldstein, Mirian Bird Greenberg, Elizabeth Gross, Johnathan Harper, Scott Hightower, Matthew Hittinger, Darrel Alejandro Holnes, Rex Leonowicz, Sassafras Lowrey, Tyler Lynn, Bo McGuire, Rangi McNeil, Kelly McQuain, M. Mack, Ed Madden, Jeff Mann, Randall Mann, Mary Meriam, Stephen S. Mills, Cameron Mitchell, Foster Noone, Joseph Osmundson, Eddie Outlaw, Seth Pennington, Evan J. Peterson, Kenneth Pobo, Brad Richard, Hannah Riddle, Laurence Ross, Liana Roux, Kevin Sessums, Del Shores, Erin Elizabeth Smith, Will Stockton, Dan Stone, Christine Stroud, Billie Tadros, TC Tolbert, Dan Vera, Annie Virginia, Valerie Wetlaufer, C.T. Whitley, Scott Wiggerman, Cristan Williams, and L. Lamar Wilson. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781937420802

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Item Description: Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 11" x 8.5". Early days in Oceana County, MI, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data this new 214-page spiral-bound book titled: Oceana County, Michigan, USA This is a reprint of Oceana County Pioneers and Business Men of To-Day, written by L.M. Hartwick and W.H. Tuller and published at Pentwater, MI, in 1890. The tri-color cover is printed on 80# card stock and protected with a vinyl sheet. The book, photocopied on 60# opaque paper, has 214 pages. However, because we use a 2-up format on 11" x 8.5" paper, it contains over 400 pages of the original book. Among the subjects included are: Various conjections as to why the county was named Oceana; Early history; Boundaries established; a list of settlers prior to 1855; Local Government and Society; History of the county in the pre-Civil War era; Enlistment of Indian braves in the Civil War; Trials, elections, newspapers, schools, churches, pigeons, a women's crusade, businesses, L.D. Eaton, Judge Giddings, Judge Littlejohn, the Wreck of the Lamont, the Alonzo Irons mystery including a letter from Allen Pinkerton, a short-lived dog tax, and numerous other items, events and bits of history and trivia too numerous to mention. There is a separate page Called "Gazetteer of the Village of Pentwater" listing businesses. A chapter on municipalities concerns Pentwater, Shelby, Hart, Claybanks, Weare, Benona, Golden, Elbridge, Leavitt, Walkerville, Newfield, Hesperia, Perry, Crystal, Greenwood, Grant, Otto, and Colfax. A Chapter on secret and social organizations has numerous names and sketches of men. The chapter titled Representative and Judicial also has many men mentioned, some with bios and/or drawings. In addition to the many names mentioned throughout the booklet, there are a number of biographies (often with drawings) in the final section, called "Pictorial Gallery of Pioneers and Business Men of Today". These include: Mrs. Olive Byrne, Dr. Thomas Phillips, Alex. S. Anderson, Andrew Brady, Harvey Tower, Mrs. Laura L. Tower, Mrs. L.D. Eaton, Richard E. Cater, Adam Huston, Orin E. Huston, William J. Haughey, Maria O'Hanlon, John Munson, E.T. Mugford, Charles Blanck, William A. Olinder, Hiram E. Russell, Isaac Haggerty, Dr. Ira Jenks, John D. Hanson, Mrs. Betsey Hanson, J.D.S. Hanson, Mrs. John D.S. Hanson, Amos C. Randall, Edgar D. Richmond, Christian Miller Jensen, Oliver K. White, Jason Carpenter, Mrs. J. Carpenter, Josiah Russell, Frederick J. Russell, Mrs. Caroline Wigton, David Dill, William Myron Gardiner, Frederick W. Popkey, Andrew J. Underhill, Thomas Collister, Moses D. Girard, Edwin L. Benton, Jane E. Rouse, William Webb, Charles Dumaw, Asa M. Pringle, John Leak, Hervey S. Sayles, William N. Sayles, Andrew Jackson, George C. Myers, Ahaz A. Darling, John Bamford, Stephen Spellman, A.P. Peterson, Abraham H. Bearss, Charles P. Rathbone, Benjamin S. Garver, Hiram Barron, Walter H. Churchill, Calvin A. Woodworth, J.W. Runner, John M. Runner, Myron A. Gilbert, Henry Abson, Jesse Bearss, William A. Rounds, Charles Serfling, Jacob Williamson, William McMillan, Sidney S. Branch, Daniel W. Crosby, Frederik Nielsen, Charles M. Underhill, Jonathan H. Critchett, Harvey J. Chadwick, William Vaughan, Charles R. Wittington, Edward B. Flagg, Edwin Nickerson, John M. Cahill, Henry J. Marsh, T.S. Gurney, A.L. Carr, William Cooper, Edward B. Gaylord, Joel D. Linsday, James E. Philo, Frank O. Gardner, John B. Gebhart, Jeptha Wright, Samuel E. Lewis, Mrs. William Tuttle, Mrs. Thomas Collister, John W. Robinson, Caleb B. Davis, John R. Butler, William F. Lewis, William Hiles, Archie R. McKinnon, Clark A. Noble, W.D. Ackerson, DeWitt C. Benjamin, John Westbrook, Joseph Tyler, Charles W. Fisher, James H. Slater, Martin Baker, Edwin D. Peck, Edward P. Gregory, Charles Lamont, Fayette Walker, Ralph F. Ames, Jacob Fisher, George W. Imus, Edward A. Wright, Henry Hurley, John H. Moore, Thomas Kelly, William E. Ambler, Mark A. Rice, Orin Wiswell, Joseph Schaner, Christian Andreas, Bookseller Inventory # 000896

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Item Description: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The 20th Alabama Infantry Regiment was organized at Montgomery, with recruits from Bibb, Dallas, Greene, Hale, Jefferson, Perry, Russell, Tuscaloosa, and Washington counties, on 16 September 1861. Proceeding to Mobile in November and to Knoxville in February 1862, the regiment was placed under General Danville Leadbetter of Mobile. Transferred to General Seth M. Barton s Brigade, the 20th operated for some time in east Tennessee and advanced into Kentucky with General Kirby Smith, being in General Alexander Reynolds Brigade, Henry Heth s Division. The regiment was engaged in the constant fighting from Dalton to Atlanta, being conspicuous at Rocky Face Ridge, and losing heavily at Kennesaw. It participated at Jonesboro, suffering severely. It moved into Tennessee with General John Bell Hood, and lost heavily at Nashville. From that field, the 20th passed into North Carolina and fought at Kinston and Bentonville. At the close of the war, the 20th was consolidated with the 30th Infantry Regiment at Smithfield, 9 April 1865. It was surrendered at Salisbury, about 165 rank and file of the original 1100 men with which the 20th took the field. Companies Of The Alabama 20th Infantry Regiment Co. A (Perry County): Alfred S. Pickering (promoted); Leroy E. Davis Co. B (Dallas and Bibb counties): James M. Dedman (wounded, Vicksburg; promoted); Thomas K. Ferguson Co. C (Jefferson County): Mitchell Thomas Porter (promoted); George W. Ayres (KIA, Jonesboro); Andrew J. Tarrant Co. D (Bibb County): Bibb Rifles. Richard Hobson Pratt (captured, Port Gibson, and never exchanged); Lt. William F. Lowrey (transferred to Co. H ) Co. E (Greene County): Robert E. Watkins (resigned, 2 Aug 62); John McKee Gould (detailed to General Pettus staff); 1st Lt. James T. Smith Co. F (Perry and Bibb counties): Lucius J. Lockett (resigned, 2 Aug 62) William H. Sheppard (resigned, 23 Dec 62); Chapman A. Spencer; Isaac W. Parish Co. G (Shelby, Bibb, and Jefferson counties): John W. Davis (promoted); Rufus Monroe De Shazo (resigned, 29 April 1864); George S. Nave (wounded, Marietta; resigned, 18 Dec 64) Co. H (Perry and Bibb counties): John P. Peterson (resigned, 18 Nov 61); Samuel W. Davidson Co. I (Greene County): John G. Harris (promoted); Albert M. Avery (retired, 2 Nov 64); Noah H. Gewin Co. K (Tuscaloosa County): Joseph C. Guild (resigned, 2 Aug 62); Benjamin D. Massingale. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781514376287

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Shannon, Thomas A. [Editor]; Shannon, Thomas A. [Contributor]; Adamson, David [Contributor]; Andrews, Lori B. [Contributor]; Boostanfar, Robert [Contributor]; of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Ethics Committee [Contributor]; Ferre, Cynthia [Contributor]; Francis, Mary M. [Contributor]; Jain, John K. [Contributor]; Jeng, Gary [Contributor]; Meikle, Susan F. [Contributor]; Mor, Eliran [Contributor]; Murray, Thomas H. [Contributor]; Paulson, Richard J. [Contributor]; Pennings, G [Contributor]; Peterson, Herbert [Contributor]; Phillips, J M. [Contributor]; Saadat, Peyman [Contributor]; Schieve, Laura A. [Contributor]; Slater, Cristin C. [Contributor]; Steinbock, Bonnie [Contributor]; Toner, James P. [Contributor]; Tourgeman, Da

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Item Description: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The 20th Alabama Infantry Regiment was organized at Montgomery, with recruits from Bibb, Dallas, Greene, Hale, Jefferson, Perry, Russell, Tuscaloosa, and Washington counties, on 16 September 1861. Proceeding to Mobile in November and to Knoxville in February 1862, the regiment was placed under General Danville Leadbetter of Mobile. Transferred to General Seth M. Barton s Brigade, the 20th operated for some time in east Tennessee and advanced into Kentucky with General Kirby Smith, being in General Alexander Reynolds Brigade, Henry Heth s Division. The regiment was engaged in the constant fighting from Dalton to Atlanta, being conspicuous at Rocky Face Ridge, and losing heavily at Kennesaw. It participated at Jonesboro, suffering severely. It moved into Tennessee with General John Bell Hood, and lost heavily at Nashville. From that field, the 20th passed into North Carolina and fought at Kinston and Bentonville. At the close of the war, the 20th was consolidated with the 30th Infantry Regiment at Smithfield, 9 April 1865. It was surrendered at Salisbury, about 165 rank and file of the original 1100 men with which the 20th took the field. Companies Of The Alabama 20th Infantry Regiment Co. A (Perry County): Alfred S. Pickering (promoted); Leroy E. Davis Co. B (Dallas and Bibb counties): James M. Dedman (wounded, Vicksburg; promoted); Thomas K. Ferguson Co. C (Jefferson County): Mitchell Thomas Porter (promoted); George W. Ayres (KIA, Jonesboro); Andrew J. Tarrant Co. D (Bibb County): Bibb Rifles. Richard Hobson Pratt (captured, Port Gibson, and never exchanged); Lt. William F. Lowrey (transferred to Co. H ) Co. E (Greene County): Robert E. Watkins (resigned, 2 Aug 62); John McKee Gould (detailed to General Pettus staff); 1st Lt. James T. Smith Co. F (Perry and Bibb counties): Lucius J. Lockett (resigned, 2 Aug 62) William H. Sheppard (resigned, 23 Dec 62); Chapman A. Spencer; Isaac W. Parish Co. G (Shelby, Bibb, and Jefferson counties): John W. Davis (promoted); Rufus Monroe De Shazo (resigned, 29 April 1864); George S. Nave (wounded, Marietta; resigned, 18 Dec 64) Co. H (Perry and Bibb counties): John P. Peterson (resigned, 18 Nov 61); Samuel W. Davidson Co. I (Greene County): John G. Harris (promoted); Albert M. Avery (retired, 2 Nov 64); Noah H. Gewin Co. K (Tuscaloosa County): Joseph C. Guild (resigned, 2 Aug 62); Benjamin D. Massingale. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781514376287

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Item Description: Sibling Rivalry Press, LLC, United States, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.In The Queer South, Douglas Ray has assembled over 60 queer-identified voices exploring their experiences of the American South in nonfiction and poetry. From hilarious to heartbreaking, anxious to angry, religious to reluctant, contemplative to celebratory, this anthology expands our ideas of what it means to be queer and what it means to represent the land south of the Mason-Dixon. Included are Dorothy Allison, Shane Allison, John Andrews, Derrick Austin, Jeffery Berg, Richard Blanco, Perry Brass, Dustin Brookshire, Jericho Brown, Joey Connelly, William Cordeiro, C. Cleo Creech, James Croteau, J.K. Daniels, Nick Dephtereos, David Eye, Jason K. Friedman, D. Gilson, Ellen Goldstein, Mirian Bird Greenberg, Elizabeth Gross, Johnathan Harper, Scott Hightower, Matthew Hittinger, Darrel Alejandro Holnes, Rex Leonowicz, Sassafras Lowrey, Tyler Lynn, Bo McGuire, Rangi McNeil, Kelly McQuain, M. Mack, Ed Madden, Jeff Mann, Randall Mann, Mary Meriam, Stephen S. Mills, Cameron Mitchell, Foster Noone, Joseph Osmundson, Eddie Outlaw, Seth Pennington, Evan J. Peterson, Kenneth Pobo, Brad Richard, Hannah Riddle, Laurence Ross, Liana Roux, Kevin Sessums, Del Shores, Erin Elizabeth Smith, Will Stockton, Dan Stone, Christine Stroud, Billie Tadros, TC Tolbert, Dan Vera, Annie Virginia, Valerie Wetlaufer, C.T. Whitley, Scott Wiggerman, Cristan Williams, and L. Lamar Wilson. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781937420802

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Item Description: Sibling Rivalry Press, LLC, 2014. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. LGBT Studies. In THE QUEER SOUTH, Douglas Ray has assembled over 60 queer-identified voices exploring their experiences of the American South in nonfiction and poetry. From hilarious to heartbreaking, anxious to angry, religious to reluctant, contemplative to celebratory, this anthology expands our ideas of what it means to be queer and what it means to represent the land south of the Mason-Dixon. Contributors are Dorothy Allison, Shane Allison, John Andrews, Derrick Austin, Jeffery Berg, Richard Blanco, Perry Brass, Dustin Brookshire, Jericho Brown, Joey Connelly, William Cordeiro, C. Cleo Creech, James Croteau, J.K. Daniels, Nick Dephtereos, David Eye, Jason K. Friedman, D. Gilson, Ellen Goldstein, Mirian Bird Greenberg, Elizabeth Gross, Johnathan Harper, Scott Hightower, Matthew Hittinger, Darrel Alejandro Holnes, Rex Leonowicz, Sassafras Lowrey, Tyler Lynn, Bo McGuire, Rangi McNeil, Kelly McQuain, M. Mack, Ed Madden, Jeff Mann, Randall Mann, Mary Meriam, Stephen S. Mills, Cameron Mitchell, Foster Noone, Joseph Osmundson, Eddie Outlaw, Seth Pennington, Evan J. Peterson, Kenneth Pobo, Brad Richard, Hannah Riddle, Laurence Ross, Liana Roux, Kevin Sessums, Del Shores, Erin Elizabeth Smith, Will Stockton, Dan Stone, Christine Stroud, Billie Tadros, TC Tolbert, Dan Vera, Annie Virginia, Valerie Wetlaufer, C.T. Whitley, Scott Wiggerman, Cristan Williams, and L. Lamar Wilson. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_1937420809

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Item Description: Sibling Rivalry Press, LLC, 2014. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. LGBT Studies. In THE QUEER SOUTH, Douglas Ray has assembled over 60 queer-identified voices exploring their experiences of the American South in nonfiction and poetry. From hilarious to heartbreaking, anxious to angry, religious to reluctant, contemplative to celebratory, this anthology expands our ideas of what it means to be queer and what it means to represent the land south of the Mason-Dixon. Contributors are Dorothy Allison, Shane Allison, John Andrews, Derrick Austin, Jeffery Berg, Richard Blanco, Perry Brass, Dustin Brookshire, Jericho Brown, Joey Connelly, William Cordeiro, C. Cleo Creech, James Croteau, J.K. Daniels, Nick Dephtereos, David Eye, Jason K. Friedman, D. Gilson, Ellen Goldstein, Mirian Bird Greenberg, Elizabeth Gross, Johnathan Harper, Scott Hightower, Matthew Hittinger, Darrel Alejandro Holnes, Rex Leonowicz, Sassafras Lowrey, Tyler Lynn, Bo McGuire, Rangi McNeil, Kelly McQuain, M. Mack, Ed Madden, Jeff Mann, Randall Mann, Mary Meriam, Stephen S. Mills, Cameron Mitchell, Foster Noone, Joseph Osmundson, Eddie Outlaw, Seth Pennington, Evan J. Peterson, Kenneth Pobo, Brad Richard, Hannah Riddle, Laurence Ross, Liana Roux, Kevin Sessums, Del Shores, Erin Elizabeth Smith, Will Stockton, Dan Stone, Christine Stroud, Billie Tadros, TC Tolbert, Dan Vera, Annie Virginia, Valerie Wetlaufer, C.T. Whitley, Scott Wiggerman, Cristan Williams, and L. Lamar Wilson. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_1937420809

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