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|Author||: E L James|
|Editor||: Sourcebooks, Inc.|
The #1 New York Times bestseller—a thrilling new romance from E L James, author of the phenomenal bestselling Fifty Shades Trilogy. London, 2019. Life has been easy for Maxim Trevelyan. With his good looks, aristocratic connections, and money, he's never had to work and he's rarely slept alone. But all that changes when tragedy strikes and Maxim inherits his family's noble title, wealth, and estates, and all the responsibility that entails. It's a role he's not prepared for and one that he struggles to face. But his biggest challenge is fighting his desire for an unexpected, enigmatic young woman who's recently arrived in England, possessing little more than a dangerous and troublesome past. Reticent, beautiful, and musically gifted, she's an alluring mystery, and Maxim's longing for her deepens into a passion that he's never experienced and dares not name. Just who is Alessia Demachi? Can Maxim protect her from the malevolence that threatens her? And what will she do when she learns that he's been hiding secrets of his own? From the heart of London through wild, rural Cornwall to the bleak, forbidding beauty of the Balkans, The Mister is a roller-coaster ride of danger and desire that leaves the reader breathless to the very last page.
|Author||: E L James|
|Editor||: Random House|
'Packed with passion ... a love story full of charm, music and soul-mates ... a classic E L James combo of the sweet and erotic with the perfect ending for romantics. I think it’s her best by far!' - Milly Johnson, The Sun ___________________ The thrilling new romance from E L James, author of the phenomenal #1 bestselling Fifty Shades trilogy London, 2019. Life has been easy for Maxim Trevelyan. With his good looks, aristocratic connections, and money, he’s never had to work and he’s rarely slept alone. But all that changes when tragedy strikes and Maxim inherits his family’s noble title, wealth, and estates, and all the responsibility that entails. It’s a role he’s not prepared for and one that he struggles to face. But his biggest challenge is fighting his desire for an unexpected, enigmatic young woman who’s recently arrived in England, possessing little more than a dangerous and troublesome past. Reticent, beautiful, and musically gifted, she’s an alluring mystery, and Maxim’s longing for her deepens into a passion that he’s never experienced and dares not name. Just who is Alessia Demachi? Can Maxim protect her from the malevolence that threatens her? And what will she do when she learns that he’s been hiding secrets of his own? From the heart of London through wild, rural Cornwall to the bleak, forbidding beauty of the Balkans, The Mister is a roller-coaster ride of danger and desire that leaves the reader breathless to the very last page.
|Author||: Fred Rogers|
|Editor||: Quirk Books|
The heartwarming song “It’s You I Like” from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood is transformed into a board book for a new generation of kids. For the first time ever, Mister Rogers’s heartwarming song “It’s You I Like” is in board book form to share with the youngest readers. Featuring a diverse array of families and friendships, the affirming lyrics and illustrations convey Mister Rogers’s singular warmth and belief that every child is special and loved. A welcome follow-up to the best-selling treasuring A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, and published alongside a board book edition of the beloved song “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” these Mister Rogers Poetry books are perfect gifts for the newest and oldest fans alike.
|Author||: Maggie Stiefvater|
|Editor||: Scholastic Inc.|
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Raven Boys, a mesmerizing story of dreams and desires, death and destiny. Something is happening to the source of the dreamers' power. It is blocked. Diminished. Weak. If it goes away entirely, what will happen to the dreamers and those who depend on them? Ronan Lynch isn't planning to wait and find out. Backed by his mentor, Bryde, he is ready to do what needs to be done to save the dreamers and the dreamed . . . even if it takes him far from his family and the boy he loves. Jordan Hennessy knows she will not survive if the dreaming fails. So she plunges into a dark underworld in order to find an object that may sustain her. Carmen Farooq-Lane is afraid of the dreamers -- which is why she's agreed to hunt them down. The closer she gets, though, the more complicated her feelings become. Will the dreamers destroy the world . . . or will the world be destroyed trying to eliminate the dreamers? In the remarkable second book of The Dreamer Trilogy, Maggie Stiefvater pushes her characters to their limits -- and shows what happens when they start to break.
|Author||: Fred Rogers,Mister Rogers|
|Editor||: Hal Leonard Corporation|
(Ukulele). It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood when you're strumming the ukulele! This collection features 24 songs for the uke in standard G-C-E-A tuning from the classic children's show, Mister Rogers Neighborhood. Includes: Are You Brave? * Everything Grows Together * It's Such a Good Feeling * It's You I Like * Sometimes People Are Good * Won't You Be My Neighbor? * You Can Never Go down the Drain * and more.
|Author||: Lois Simmie|
|Editor||: Mister Got to Go|
Got to Go is a large gray cat that lives in an old vine covered hotel across from the beach. One fateful day, Got to Go's pleasant life at the Sylvia Hotel is turned upside down when Arnie -- a very small and very noisy Yorkshire Terrier -- arrives. No more afternoon naps on the warm, wide windowsill; no more brushing his whiskers against the hotel manager's toothbrush; and no way of escaping the constant barking of Arnie! After a series of misadventures, the hotel manager, Mr. Foster, comes up with a plan: Where else would a mischievous dog be happy but in the company of Madame LaTour, Mr. Foster's dear friend from Paris, and her lovely dog Fifi? First published by Raincoast in 2001, Mister Got To Go and Arnie is another successful collaboration by award-winning author Lois Simmie and renowned artist and art teacher Cynthia Nugent, creators of the much-loved bestseller Mr. Got To Go: The Cat That Wouldn't Leave. Simmie's and Nugent's first book was a Canadian Children's Book Centre Our Choice Award winner, the Saskatchewan Book Award's Best Children's Book, and the Alberta Book Award Best Illustrated Book. Nugent and Simmie once again bring to life the world of the spirited cat Got To Go and the splendour of the Sylvia Hotel in this delightful and engaging sequel.
|Author||: Vi Keeland,Penelope Ward|
I met Bianca in an elevator. She was on her way to interview me when we got stuck. The beautiful raven-haired reporter assumed I was a delivery guy because of the way I was dressed. She had no clue I was really Dex Truitt, the wealthy, successful businessman she'd dubbed "Mister Moneybags"―her afternoon appointment.
|Author||: Fred Rogers|
|Editor||: Running Press|
Reassuring and wonderfully accessible, full of child development insight and practical ideas from a trusted friend of both children and adults, this innovative book is a valuable resource for all parents of 2 to 6year-olds who are faced with a variety of new and challenging situations. Charmingly illustrated, it addresses everyday experiences such as bedtime struggles, mealtimes, going to the doctor, as well as difficult times like divorce and death.
|Author||: Tara June Winch|
Winner of the 2020 Miles Franklin Literary Award! "A beautifully written novel that puts language at the heart of remembering the past and understanding the present."—Kate Morton “A groundbreaking novel for black and white Australia.”—Richard Flanagan, Man Booker Prize winning author of The Narrow Road to the Deep North A young Australian woman searches for her grandfather's dictionary, the key to halting a mining company from destroying her family's home and ancestral land in this exquisitely written, heartbreaking, yet hopeful novel of culture, language, tradition, suffering, and empowerment in the tradition of Louise Erdrich, Sandra Cisneros, and Amy Harmon. Knowing that he will soon die, Albert “Poppy” Gondiwindi has one final task he must fulfill. A member of the indigenous Wiradjuri tribe, he has spent his adult life in Prosperous House and the town of Massacre Plains, a small enclave on the banks of the Murrumby River. Before he takes his last breath, Poppy is determined to pass on the language of his people, the traditions of his ancestors, and everything that was ever remembered by those who came before him. The land itself aids him; he finds the words on the wind. After his passing, Poppy’s granddaughter, August, returns home from Europe, where she has lived the past ten years, to attend his burial. Her overwhelming grief is compounded by the pain, anger, and sadness of memory—of growing up in poverty before her mother’s incarceration, of the racism she and her people endured, of the mysterious disappearance of her sister when they were children; an event that has haunted her and changed her life. Her homecoming is bittersweet as she confronts the love of her kin and news that Prosperous is to be repossessed by a mining company. Determined to make amends and honor Poppy and her family, she vows to save their land—a quest guided by the voice of her grandfather that leads into the past, the stories of her people, the secrets of the river. Told in three masterfully woven narratives, The Yield is a celebration of language and an exploration of what makes a place "home." A story of a people and a culture dispossessed, it is also a joyful reminder of what once was and what endures—a powerful reclaiming of Indigenous language, storytelling, and identity, that offers hope for the future.
|Author||: Carter Wilson|
|Editor||: Sourcebooks, Inc.|
How far are you willing to go for Mister Tender? At fourteen, Alice Hill was viciously attacked by two of her classmates and left to die. The teens claim she was a sacrifice for a man called Mister Tender, but that could never be true: Mister Tender doesn't exist. His sinister character is pop-culture fiction, created by Alice's own father in a series of popular graphic novels. Over a decade later, Alice has changed her name and is trying to heal. But someone is watching her. They know more about Alice than any stranger could: her scars, her fears, and the secrets she keeps locked away. She can try to escape her past, but Mister Tender is never far behind. He will come with a smile that seduces, and a dark whisper in her ear... Inspired by the Slender Man crime, this gripping thriller plunges you into a world of haunting memories and unseen threats, leaving you guessing until the harrowing end.
|Author||: Christiane Duchesne|
|Editor||: Pajama Press Inc.|
Every afternoon at four o’clock, Mister Rodriguez steps out of a narrow laneway and strolls through the street. The village children watch him go, ever more curious about the enigmatic old man with the bushy white mustache. Some say they’ve seen him float above the ground. Others say he played a piano without touching a single key. The truth, though, is more beautiful than any of the children could have imagined. Author Christiane Duchesne and TD Canadian Children’s Literature Award-winning illustrator François Thisdale bring a touching story to life with delicacy and heart.
|Author||: Lloyd Jones|
Lloyd Jones' new novel is set mainly in a small village on Bougainville, a country torn apart by civil war. Matilda attends the school set up by Mr Watts, the only white man on the island. By his own admission he's not much of a teacher and proceeds to educate the children by reading them Great Expectations. Matilda falls in love with the novel, strongly identifying with Pip. The promise of the next chapter is what keeps her going; Pip's story protects her from the horror of what is happening around her - helicopters menacing the skies above the village and rebel raids on the ground. When the rebels visit the village searching for any remaining men to join their cause, they discover the name Pip written in the sand and instigate a search for him. When Pip can't be found the soldiers destroy the book. Mr Watts then encourages the children to retell the story from their memories. Then when the rebels invade the village, the teacher tells them a story which lasts seven nights, about a boy named Pip, and a convict . . .
|Author||: Cynthia Voigt|
|Editor||: Knopf Books for Young Readers|
When Max's parents leave the country without him, he must rely on his wits to get by, and before long he is running his own--rather unusual--business. By the Newbery Award-winning author of Dicey's Song.
|Author||: J. a. Huss|
Paxton Vance isn't as cryptic as he thinks. That broody nature and tough-guy exterior aren't fooling me one bit. I know everything about him. I listen in on his most personal phone calls. I read his mail before he does. I even know what his mother got him for Christmas last year. You're the man of my dreams, Paxton Vance. You just don't know it yet. But don't worry, I'll remind you. I'm here to give you everything you need, before you know you need it. So don't get defensive because I take a challenge seriously. You have to open up to someone, and that someone is me. Besides, you can't stay Mr. Mysterious forever. Why play the game if you never want to win?
|Author||: Truus Matti|
When Linus Muller takes over making deliveries for his family's Manhattan grocery store in 1943, including bringing a crate of oranges every other week to an artist from Europe, the two become friends as they discuss war, the future, freedom, and imagination.
|Author||: R. Crumb|
|Editor||: Fantagraphics Books|
A vintage collection starring the white-bearded, diminutive sage-cum-charlatan, Mr. Natural, ranges from the charming, free-wheeling early '70s stories to the disturbing, controversial '90s stories, including the entire "Mr. Natural and Devil Girl" epic. Originally released in paperback.
|Author||: B.J. Scott|
|Editor||: BK Wright|
He was drawn to the young hustler… the boy-for-hire… despite everything. Derek is addicted to being desired by someone new, the object of lust or love, whichever they wanted. He’s a hustler too damaged to be salvaged. Brian is the new “object” in his life, an older man with lots of money. Brian falls in love with the young hustler, but when he learns the truth about him, things change, and Derek must choose… Brian or boy-for-hire. *** Smiling warmly, Derek stood silently peering into Brian’s eyes. He leaned over and whispered, “Why don’t we find a booth in the other room?” Brian knew that soft, solicitous voice well, and once again, Derek seemed like the fresh-faced, young scholarship student he so admired in dance class. But Brian wondered if it was just another opening gambit in a well-practiced negotiation scheme. Briefly he thought about leaving, but he was already hooked, drawn to the young man no matter what the outcome. “Sure, why not.” Derek led them past the pianist to an adjoining room, where booths lined the far wall, empty of customers. Brian leaned over the table, glaring at him. “What the hell are you doing in here?” Derek stiffened. “What do you think I’m doing in here?” “Can’t you do something else, like wait tables, clean apartments… anything else?” Brian paused to catch his breath. “I don’t believe this, Derek.” “Believe it. I gotta eat, and I gotta pay rent,” Derek shot back. “I’ve had my own apartment for over three years, and I’m not giving it up.” “What about AIDS? Have you been tested?” “What for? A woman I slept with for a while was tested recently. She’s negative, so I guess I am too.” Brian couldn’t believe what he heard. “So you think you’ve been tested vicariously?” “Yeah. Look, I only do this if I need money for the rent. So, Brian, what are you looking for tonight?” Derek smiled seductively. “I really don’t know. I’ve walked by this place many times wondering what it was like in here.” Brian settled back in the booth, breathing deeply. “I just wanted to know more about you.” Derek tensed, but said in a gentle tone, “I think you’re a nice man.” “Maybe I am, but let’s face it, I’m an older man.” “You’re not so old. But I’ve got to warn you about something.” Derek’s sudden earnestness surprised him. His shifting emotional anchoring was hard to follow. “Yes.” “I’ve been taken care of by some men, but I’ve never loved any of them. It’s never been in me.”
|Author||: Max Brallier|
Bumble and Bee have some hysterical ideas for an adventurous day on the pond, such as going on a search for treasure and a wacky new version of hide-and-seek. Unfortunately, Froggy wants no part. Will Bumble and Bee's contagious energy be enough to tempt Froggy into joining them for a fun day?
|Author||: Dean Motter|
|Editor||: Dark Horse Comics (Single Issues)|
**Dean Motter's acclaimed series!** Dean Motter and his groundbreaking creation are back in a new series perfect for first-time readers and longtime fans! Radiant City's government has been overtaken in a coup, and only the mysterious Mister X can stop its new masters from using authoritarian psychetecture to remake the minds of every citizen! From visionary artist and designer Dean Motter! A great jumping-on point to the classic series! Features an additional, standalone _Mister X_ tale!
|Author||: Joseph Migirov|
|Editor||: Xlibris Corporation|
... The year, for him, for Mister Broadway, was ending well: he was pronounced "A Person Of The Year" by The Times Square Bulletin (a Midtown Manhattan newspaper). Now the Person was concerned only with how not to get himself into another fine mess in the remaining two days of the year. But so far all went as it was supposed to; now Katya came to him. She is a young reporter with red-blue hair in worn-out jeans and colorful kerchief around her neck, petite, pretty, with great lakes of blue eyes, came to interview the Person of the Year. His features he received from the old tailor from Seventh Avenue (meaning the bronze statute of Garment Worker on 7th Avenue and 40th street). One day the old man was completing yet another job for the Metropolitan Opera: a costume of a king and a costume of a jester for a Shakespearian production. He finished the job but there were scraps, pieces and accessories left. For some reason amongst all of that luxury the three buttons catch the eye. One of the buttons is a large red one, the other two are emerald. Here he noticed the playful touchy being, which had that huge red button in place of its ears. Although it is one, it could turn and, who knows, it could make wishes come true. Spin it, make a wish and here, get your secret wish. The button was becoming bigger than the year-brain, it was becoming a Cosmic Mind. People become from dolls, and dolls from people looking at this wealth mumbled the old man . Thus, Mister Broadway became rainbow colored, a foot and change tall, with emerald eyes and one huge spinning year. ***** Mister Broadway was sitting in his tall chair cross-legged and deeply in his thoughts. "Well, if it's such a "military secret"..." it seemed that Katya was prepared to leave. "Oh, women, women!" the Mister Broadway sighed. "If there is a "military secret" - that's you!" and (what could he do?) he told her about the little adventure yesterday: how he tailed the Sorcerer, how the later sneaked into the dark abandoned house and how he, Mister Broadway, was stopped at the very door by the battered man. "How interesting!" Katya murmured. "Amazing..." her eyes wondered somewhere far away. "Just stepped inside and disappeared?.." "Yes..." "No lights; nothing?.." "Only outside..." "Will you show me the house?" she looked at him quickly. "What for?" "Well, I'm curious, you know..." "And you'll do a piece of reporting on it..." Mister Broadway said half-questioningly. "Of course!" she started. "No, I won't!" he cut off. "Why?!.." she was taken aback. "You have no reason to be there... especially on a New Year's Eve!" "But Mister Broadway, dear..." she turned on some foxy affection. "Maybe there is... a sensation! A mystery!" "Mystery?" "Yes! Mystery!" "Sensation?" "Sensation!" Katya's eyes fired up. "No, I won't!" But in a few minutes, with a slim "police" flashlight in his hand, grumpily mumbling under his breath, he lead her towards that house. The evening was cold, but the streets of Manhattan were awash with lights, smiles and music. The Times Square was filled with thousands, hundreds of thousands of people who were ready to stand there waiting for midnight when The Crystal Ball will descend at the famous 1475 Broadway... The streets on the West Side were not as peopled as in the center, lights became dimmer. But Mister Broadway was recognized and greeted everywhere as though he walked not on a city pavement but on a red carpet of some prestigious film festival. "It's here..." he stopped five yards away from the c