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Patrick Carman The ad promised you'd be able to see into the spirit world. But they couldn't work for real A short story from the collection Guys read: Thriller, edited by Jon Scieszka. The mentor myth : how to take control of your own success. Debby Carreau Mentors are over-utilized, under-trained and, as studies show, under-deliver.
From an employer's perspective, assigning a mentor is often a band-aid to a larger problem. From an employee's perspective, a lack of formal mentorship is seen as a serious, career-inhibiting problem, the equivalent of sailing a boat without a rudder. In The Mentor Myth, Debby Carreau represents this dichotomy, explaining that while a mentor's counsel can be invaluable, it is not the silver bullet human resources professionals often purport it to be.
The opinions of a mentor are one data point, one piece in the much more complex game of navigating a career. In fact, the increasing overreliance on mentorship can actually be a hindrance to a successful career. Instead of continually looking outward for career guidance, aspiring professionals must realize that they possess all the tools necessary to take control of their own careers by using their own strengths, capabilities, and visions of success. Through her years of experience consulting, speaking, and writing about career development, Debby has created a comprehensive, easy-to-implement guide for taking ownership of your professional success.
Debby begins by helping the reader create a professional roadmap, including how to build a personal brand, project the right amount of confidence, and manage time. She addresses mentors in the context of networks and sponsors, advising the reader how to incorporate outward influences rather than be defined by them. A very accidental love story. Claudia Carroll An original, funny and poignant story about those things in life that you just can't plan for. Eloise Elliot is one of the youngest newspaper editors in the country. Respected and revered by her peers, she's at the top of her game.
But, on the eve of her thirtieth birthday, finding herself surrounded by some pathetic looking balloons and mangy sandwiches in The Daily Post's conference room, Eloise is hit but a long sharp pang of loneliness. Suddenly, and with dazzling clarity, she realises what she wants to make her life more complete. A baby. One successful trip to the sperm bank and almost three years later and she is the adoring mother of a gorgeous little girl, Lily.
Juggling a high-powered job with motherhood is not easy and when she finds herself without childcare she sends an SOS to her sister Helen. Yet it's when Lily starts asking about her 'daddy' that Eloise really starts to panic. What will she tell her? So Eloise decides there's nothing for it - she's going to find Lily's father.
After all, she chose the perfect donor so surely there won't be any surprises. Except that there are plenty, and Eloise gets a lot more than she bargained for. A full life : reflections at ninety. Jimmy Carter Jimmy Carter, thirty-ninth President, Nobel Peace Prize winner, international humanitarian, fisherman, reflects on his full and happy life with pride, humour, and a few second thoughts. At ninety, Carter reflects on his public and private life with a frankness that is disarming.
He adds detail and emotion about his youth in rural Georgia that he described in his earlier memoir An Hour Before Daylight. He writes about racism and the isolation of the Carters. He describes the brutality of the hazing regimen at Annapolis, how he nearly lost his life twice serving on submarines, and his amazing interview with Admiral Rickover.
He describes the profound influence his mother had on him, and how he admired his father even though he didn't emulate him. He admits that he decided to quit the Navy and later enter politics without consulting his wife, Rosalynn, and how appalled he is in retrospect. In A Full Life, Carter reveals both what he is proud of and what he might do differently. He discusses his regret at losing his re-election, but how he and Rosalynn pushed on and made a new life and second and third rewarding careers.
He is frank about the presidents who have succeeded him, world leaders, and his passions for the causes he cares most about, particularly the condition of women and the deprived people of the developing world. Fire and rain. Diane Chamberlain When Jeff Cabrio arrives in Valle Rosa with ideas for revitalizing the dying town, he encounters Mia Tanner, a woman intent on escaping her past, and Carmen Perez, an investigative reporter struggling to gain respect.
Diane Chamberlain It is an intergenerational story of love, secrets and suspense. Rachel Huber returns to her home town of Reflection in Pennsylvania Dutch country to care for her ailing grandmother. Twenty years ago, a terrible tragedy occurred in Reflection and the townspeople hold Rachel responsible. Now, she finds herself the object of anger and hostility. She is not without her allies, however. Lily Jackson, a young woman who was personally touched by the tragedy, perplexes everyone by treating Rachel with compassion. And Michael Stoltz, the minister of the Mennonite church, is elated by Rachel's return.
He and Rachel were close friends as children, and that childhood bond quickly evolves into a loving, passionate relationship that must be hidden from the town. It is Rachel's grandmother, Helen, however, who becomes her strongest advocate, surprising Rachel with her wise counsel, and rare strength and with a wealth of secrets she has long been concealing.
The shadow wife. Diane Chamberlain Joelle D'Angelo's best friend, Mara, is left with brain damage after she suffers an aneurysm giving birth to her son. Alone and grieving, Joelle turns to the only other person who understands her pain: her colleague - and Mara's husband - Liam. What starts out as comfort between friends gradually becomes something more Torn by guilt and the impossibility of her feelings for Liam, Joelle sets out determined to find help for Mara, no matter how unconventional the source.
Her search leads her to a mansion in Monterey, California, and into the life of a woman shrouded in mystery. Carlynn Kling Shire is a healer and, according to Joelle's parents, saved Joelle's life when she was an infant. As Joelle is guided down an unfamiliar path by a woman keeping her own shocking secrets, she discovers that while some love is doomed, some love is destined to survive anything.
Rising above a toxic workplace : taking care of yourself in an unhealthy environment Gary Chapman, Paul White, Harold Myra. Offers accounts of workers in emotionally unhealthy work environments and how they coped with the situation or left it behind, with practical advice for readers who find themselves in toxic workplaces. As time goes by. Mary Higgins Clark Television journalist Delaney Wright is on the brink of stardom after she begins covering a sensational murder trial for the six p.
She should be thrilled, yet her growing desire to locate her birth mother consumes her thoughts. When Delaney's friends Alvirah Meehan and her husband Willy offer to look into the mystery surrounding her birth, they uncover a shocking secret they do not want to reveal. On trial for murder is Betsy Grant, widow of a wealthy doctor who has been an Alzheimer's victim for eight years. When her once-upon-a-time celebrity lawyer urges her to accept a plea bargain, Betsy refuses: she will go to trial to prove her innocence.
Betsy's stepson, Alan Grant, bides his time nervously as the trial begins. His substantial inheritance hangs in the balance - his only means of making good on payments he owes his ex-wife, his children, and increasingly angry creditors. As the trial unfolds, and the damning evidence against Betsy piles up, Delaney is convinced that Betsy is not guilty and frantically tries to prove her innocence. Emma's duty. Rosie Clarke The war is over, but Emma's battles continue at home. Emma Reece is slowly adjusting to her husband's return from the war, even though his appalling injuries mean their marriage is in name only.
But then tragedy strikes, and Emma finds she cannot turn to Jack Harvey, her long-standing friend and one-time lover for while he still loves her, he is now a married man. There was a cold lady who swallowed some snow! Lucille Colandro In this variation on the traditional cumulative rhyme, a woman swallows some snow, a pipe, some coal, a hat, a stick, and a scarf. There was an old lady who swallowed a bat! Lucille Colandro In this variation on the traditional cumulative rhyme, a woman swallows a bat, an owl, a cat, a ghost, and other things and creatures associated with Halloween.
There was an old lady who swallowed a bell! Lucille Colandro You won't believe why this old lady swallowed a bell, some bows, some gifts, a sack, a sleigh, and some reindeer! There was an old lady who swallowed a chick! Lucille Colandro Presents a variation on the classic rhyme about an old lady who swallowed a chick and a lot of other strange creatures. There was an old lady who swallowed a shell! Lucille Colandro In this variation on the traditional cumulative rhyme, a woman swallows a shell, a crab, a fish, a gull, a pail, some sand, and a wave.
There was an old lady who swallowed some leaves! Lucille Colandro You won't believe why this old lady swallowed some leaves, a shirt, a pumpkin, a pole, some pants, a rope, and some hay! Read this book to find out! Stop those monsters! I'm trying to get out with the help of three - count them, three - incredible creatures. There's Verity, who looks like a giant hamster. Alfie, who's about as scary as a bag of crisps.
And Zola, a gorgon who can't turn people to stone though she can manage cardboard at a push. We're on a crazy, death-defying quest to escape with our lives. At Hackney, two bank clerks entered the carriage and discovered blood in the seat cushions; also on the floor, windows and sides of the carriage. A bloodstained hat was found on the seat along with a broken link from a watch chain.
The race to identify the killer and catch him as he flees on a boat to America was eagerly followed by citizens both sides of the Atlantic. Kate Colquhoun tells a gripping tale of a crime that shocked the nation. A foreign country. Charles Cumming The master of the modern spy thriller returns with another gripping and suspenseful novel. Six months before she is due to take up her position as the first female head of MI6, Amelia Levene vanishes without a trace.
Former MI6 officer Thomas Kell is called out of retirement and ordered to find her. With only days before the story leaks to the press, Kell must make his way to France and begin to piece together Levene's final movements. Was she kidnapped? Or could Britain's most senior spy have defected?https://ustanovka-kondicionera-deshevo.ru/libraries/2020-07-30/3772.php
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Kell's investigation takes him to North Africa where he discovers an extraordinary secret buried deep in Levene's past. It is a secret which will come back to haunt her and one which could make Kell pay with his life. This is another first-rate intelligent thriller which will cement Cumming's reputation as one of the most engaging British novelists writing today. Sailing, yachts and yarns Tom Cunliffe Tom's love of language and sense of humour shine through as he recalls the wealth of sinners and saints he has met on docksides from Southampton to South America, Greenwich to Greenland and Newtown to New York.
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He has a gift for capturing the magic of sail and finding pearls of practical wisdom in the most unlikely nautical adventures. Sailing, Yachts and Yarns is a lively miscellany of a wit, wisdom and wonder. It will make you laugh and make you think - and make you want to cast off to enjoy the delights of life afloat. The monkey's voyage : how improbable journeys shaped the history of life Alan De Queiroz Scientists have long conjectured that plants and animals dispersed throughout the world by drifting on large landmasses as they broke up, but in The Monkey?
He describes how species as diverse as monkeys, baobab trees, and burrowing lizards made incredible long-distance ocean crossings: pregnant animals and wind-blown plants rode rafts and icebergs and even stowed away on the legs of sea-going birds to create the map of life we see today. Risotto with nettles : a memoir with food Anna Del Conte Sharply observant, evocative, full of tastes and talk of food, hers is a delicious, poignant memoir of an unusual life and the food she loves to cook, which launched a culinary revolution.
She arrived in England in when much of Britain was a culinary wasteland, married an Englishman, and stayed on. Her memories of the time are vividly, hilarious preserved - from the joys of un-rationed horse meat to tomato soup at Lyons Corner House. While bringing up her children, she wrote books that inspired a new generation of cooks.
Voices in stone. Isis, the daughter of a charlatan psychic, can see ghosts - including that of her dead little sister, Angel. Gray is the son of a UFO-chasing conspiracy theorist. The two became friends over the summer, when they fought a deadly ghost together. So why is Gray now ignoring Isis at school? On a field-trip to a local mine, the pupils are 'accidentally' coated in dust, which has very odd side-effects. Could this be related to the ley lines and standing stones which have been calling to Isis with strange, ghostly voices?
The secretive and powerful Organisation know the truth, but can Isis and Gray find out what's really happening, and save a life, with the help of two ghosts? Jamie Doward The mutilated body of a senior banker is found on a remote Kent beach. Could the man's death be linked to the scandal engulfing his employer, a global investment bank created by the CIA to help it track terrorism financing?
Kate Pendragon, a financial analyst seconded to MI5, discovers that the bank is close to collapse, something that threatens to bring down the CIA. Elsewhere, intelligence is gathered on an Islamic terrorist cell intent on triggering a nuclear catastrophe to rig the world's financial markets rigged, it would appear, by the Americans. But will rogue agents in the CIA really allow the disaster to happen in order save their bank? Pendragon believes the intelligence community on both sides of the Atlantic could be falling for a sophisticated hoax.
Only, no one is listening to her. And the clock is ticking. Murder on the hour : a Penny Brannigan mystery. Elizabeth J Duncan The residents of Llanelen are brimming with excitement. Antiques Cymru, a regional take on the popular national TV show, is coming to the Welsh town and people are flocking from miles around, hoping their attic treasures turn out to be worth a fortune.
On the day of filming, quiet local sheep farmer Haydn Williams brings a generations-old long-case clock for evaluation, while the woman he's always admired from afar, Catrin Bellis, turns up with a cherished handmade quilt. Will either hear surprising good news about the value of their family heirlooms? By the end of the day, Catrin turns up dead, her quilt missing.
Who could have wanted this shy, quiet woman - who had been overshadowed by her parents for her whole life - dead? Delving into Catrin's past, spa owner and amateur sleuth Penny Brannigan is surprised to discover that Catrin had at least one enemy. And as Penny's romantic life heats up with a new love interest, she realizes that a mysterious document hidden in Haydn's clock could hold the key to a long-forgotten secret and a present-day murder.
Murder on the Hour is a light-hearted traditional mystery featuring a charming heroine set in an enchanting Welsh town. The picture man. David Eldridge Neil decides he has been pushed too far by the uncaring and often callous behaviour he sees around him. But when he begins to intervene in incidents by taking pictures on his mobile phone, it has disastrous consequences. Readers will have a glimpse of what to learn what has made Steve - and the mystique of his management style - capable of creating tools so extraordinary that they have remade three industries and have transformed the way we create, consume, and communicate with each other.
Jay Elliot worked side by side with Steve as Senior Vice President of Apple and brings us his deep insider perspective of Steve's singular iLeadership style - which encompasses four major principles: product, talent, organization, and marketing. Jay shares the lessons that come out of Steve's intuitive approach to show how the creative and technological brilliance of iLeadership can be utilized to drive breakthroughs in any organization, irrespective of size.
A brief history of the Celts Peter Berresford Ellis Even after their conquest by the Romans, their culture remained vigorous, ensuring that much of it endured to feed an endless fascination with Celtic history and myths, artwork, and treasures. A foremost authority on the Celtic peoples and their culture, Peter Berresford Ellis presents an invigoration overview of their world. With his gift for making the scholarly accessible, he discusses the Celts' mysterious origins and early history and investigates their rich and complex society.
His use of recently uncovered finds brings fascinating insights into Celtic kings and chieftains, architecture and arts, medicine and religions, myths and legends, making this essential listening for any search for Europe's ancient past. The marriage plot Jeffrey Eugenides Madeleine Hanna breaks out of her straight-and-narrow mold when she falls in love with charismatic loner Leonard Bankhead, while at the same time an old friend of hers resurfaces, obsessed with the idea that Madeleine is his destiny. She's running her family newspaper, ready to marry the town's most eligible bachelor, and getting her future locked in.
Then mysterious, high-tech wonder boy Max Holt comes to town. Sexy, wise-cracking Max has turned from computers to crime-stopping. Now he's got a case in Beaumont and a reason to look up Jamie Swift. He finds her impossible. She calls him infuriating. They're a perfect couple Sure enough, someone wants to kill Max. Someone else wants a town bigwig rubbed out. And suddenly Jamie's caught in the crossfire of her own emotions, Max's secrets, and the most irresistible desire High five. Janet Evanovich Smart, sassy Stephanie Plum is at it again in a raucous, new adventure! Out of bail skippers and rent money, Stephanie throws caution to the wind and follows in the entrepreneurial bootsteps of Super Bounty Hunter Ranger, engaging in morrally correct and marginally legal enterprises Hot six.
Dust and shadow. Lyndsay Faye A vintage-style reimagining of the case of Jack the Ripper pits the nineteenth-century serial killer against Sherlock Holmes, who endeavours to identify and outmanoeuvre his adversary against a backdrop of their time and without modern technology. Run fat bitch run Ruth Field Is there a large arse-shaped dent in your sofa? Un-watched workout DVDs gathering dust on your shelves? An eye-wateringly expensive and rarely used gym membership burning a hole in your bank account?
Does the sight of your wobbly thighs leave you cowering under the duvet? Then it's time you faced the truth: the only option is to lace up and hit the ground running. Straight-talking, funny, and brutally honest, Run Fat Bitch Run will give you - yes, you - the push you need to get out of the door, pounding the pavements and shedding pounds in no time. Hate running? No worries. Run Fat Bitch Run will give you all the tools you need to transform that passion into real motivation. Locate your inner grit and long-lost energy. Follow a fuss-free and completely foolproof beginners' program.
Throw away the scales, stock up on pasta and enjoy carbs without guilt. If you want to lose weight, get fit and become an ass-kicking, gets-things-done superwoman, there's only one thing left to do The siege at Peking Peter Fleming The ensuing siege lasted 55 days and shook the world. In this work, Peter Fleming traces its history and impact. Brazilian adventure : a quest into the heart of the Amazon Peter Fleming Journalist Peter Fleming's interest in Fawcett's disappearance led him to answer an advertisement to join an expedition to explore the rivers of Brazil with the aim of ascertaining the explorer's fate.
Though Colonel Fawcett's disappearance remains a mystery to this day, Peter Fleming's wild adventure in the jungles of Brazil is recognized as one of the 20th century's best-loved travel classics. One's company : a journey to China in Peter Fleming Fleming spent seven months with the "object of investigating the Communist situation in South China" at a time when, as far as he knew, "no previous journey had been made to the anti-communist front by a foreigner", and on its publication in , One's Company won widespread critical acclaim.
Packed with classic incidents - brake-failure on the Trans-Siberian Express, the Eton Boating Song singing lesson in Manchuria - One's Company was among the forerunners of a whole new approach to travel writing. Act of treason. Vince Flynn CIA operative Mitch Rapp follows a trail of contract killers leading directly to the heart of our nation's capital in New York Times bestselling author Vince Flynn's eighth explosive thriller.
It's a gorgeous autumn day in Georgetown. The Democratic candidates for president and vice president of the United States are dutifully glad-handing voters and the media outside a grand estate where a national security conference has just been held, bringing together the world's greatest minds to discuss the issues that are threatening the country. It's American politicking at its best. That's when all hell breaks loose. When presidential candidate Josh Alexander's motorcade is ambushed by a group of terrorists, the nation is thrown into turmoil. Two weeks following the attack, Alexander is carried to victory by a sympathy vote, but his assailants have not been found.
On the surface it appears to be the work of al-Qaeda, despite the tremendous job that the U.
While the FBI and the rest of the government begin scouring the world for jihadists, CIA director Irene Kennedy and Special Agent Skip McMahon are presented with classified information so toxic that they consider destroying it altogether, as it contains intelligence pointing to some of the most powerful players in Washington. Consent to kill. Vince Flynn Having earned numerous enemies in his more than fifteen years on the front lines of the war on terror, CIA operative Mitch Rapp is targeted by the influential father of a terrorist who is demanding retribution for his son's death.
Protect and defend. Vince Flynn The action begins in the heart of Iran, where billions of dollars are being spent on the development of a nuclear programme. No longer willing to wait for the international community to stop its neighbouring enemy, Israel launches a creative and daring operation that leaves a radioactive tomb in the middle of Iran's second largest city.
An outraged Iranian government publicly blames both Israel and the United States and demands retribution. Enter Mitch Rapp, America's top counterterrorism operative. Rapp convinces President Josh Alexander to sign off on a risky operation that will push Iran to the brink of revolution.
But when Iran recruits Hezbollah master terrorist Imad Mukhtar, and a CIA effort goes disastrously wrong, Rapp and Mukhtar are set on a collision course that threatens to engulf the entire region in war. With the clock ticking, Rapp is given twenty-four hours, no questions asked, to do whatever it takes to stop Mukhtar, and avert an unthinkable catastrophe. Separation of power.
Vince Flynn CIA director Thomas Stansfield is dead - a fact many individuals in and around the nation's capital are pleased to hear. But their happiness proves to be short-lived once they learn that Stansfield's successor is the late director's close friend and protege, Dr. Irene Kennedy. Her plan of action is to pursue the very goals Stansfield established - something Stansfield's fiercest enemies don't want to hear.
And something they refuse to accept. Meanwhile, Israel has discovered that Saddam Hussein is close to entering the nuclear arms race - and they've vowed to stop the Iraqi madman before he can get his hands on the ultimate weapon. With the Middle East teetering on the precipice of chaos and devastation, the president of the United States is forced to act. The commander in chief's secret weapon? But the window for action on this crucial mission is incredibly tight. Israel has given the United States only two weeks to take the nukes out. After that, they'll do whatever it takes to destroy the weapons themselves.
With the haunting spectre of World War III looming, Rapp races against time and impossible odds - navigating the deadly alleys of Baghdad, tearing through the corruption-riddled street of Washington, D. Meghann Foye Not quite knocked up Like everyone in New York media, editor Liz Buckley runs on cupcakes, caffeine and cocktails. But at thirty-one, she's plateaued at Paddy Cakes, a glossy baby magazine that flogs thousand-dollar strollers to entitled, hypercompetitive spawn-havers.
Liz has spent years working a gazillion hours a week picking up the slack for coworkers with kids, and she's tired of it. So one day when her stress-related nausea is mistaken for morning sickness by her bosses - boom! Liz is promoted to the mommy track. She decides to run with it and plans to use her paid time off to figure out her life: work, love and otherwise.
It'll be her "meternity" leave. By day, Liz rocks a foam-rubber belly under fab maternity outfits. By night, she dumps the bump for karaoke nights and boozy dinners out. But how long can she keep up her charade As her "due date" approaches, Liz is exhausted -and exhilarated - by the ruse, the guilt and the feelings brought on by a totally fictional belly-tenant Lily's war. June Francis Busy bringing up her motherless brothers and sisters, romance is the last thing on Lily Thorpe's mind.
But when the handsome preacher Matt Gibson asks Lily to return with him to Australia as his wife, she finds it very hard to say no. But with rumours of war on the horizon, will she have to choose between her head and her heart? A story of love and loyalty set against a backdrop of wartime Liverpool. The death maze. Ariana Franklin Since she solved a case of child murder using her forensic skills, Adelia Aguilar is deemed too valuable to send back to the School of Medicine in Salerno where she was trained.
This is bad news for Adelia - in free-thinking Salerno, women doctors are accepted, but in twelfth-century England they are regarded as witches. Under suspicion, and with an illegitimate child, Adelia is forced to live and practise in the secrecy of Cambridgeshire's fenland. Meanwhile at Henry's Court, Queen Eleanor is stirring up revolt against her husband, and rumour has it that she poisoned Fair Rosamund Clifford - the King's favourite mistress. If Henry believes the stories, England will be torn apart as King battles Queen.
Relics of the dead. Ariana Franklin England, Beautiful, tranquil Glastonbury Abbey - one of England's holiest sites, and believed by some to be King Arthur's sacred Isle of Avalon - has been burned almost to the ground. The arsonist remains at large, but the fire has uncovered something even more shocking: two hidden skeletons, a man and a woman. The skeletons' height and age send rumours flying - are the remains those of Arthur and Guinevere?
King Henry II hopes so. Struggling to put down a rebellion in Wales, where the legend of Celtic saviour Arthur is particularly strong, Henry wants definitive proof that the bones are Arthur's. If the rebels are sure that the Once and Future King will not be coming to their aid, Henry can stamp out the insurgence for good. Henry's summons comes not a moment too soon, for Adelia has worn out her welcome in Cambridge. As word of her healing powers has spread, so have rumours of witchcraft.
So Adelia and her household ride to Glastonbury, where the investigation into the abbey fire will be overseen by the Church authorities in this case, the Bishop of St. Albans, who happens also to be the father of Adelia's daughter. Sheepish : two women, fifty sheep, and enough wool to save the planet Catherine Friend After all, while shepherding is one of the oldest professions, it's not getting any easier.
The number of sheep in America has fallen by 90 percent in the last 90 years. But just as Catherine thinks it's time to hang up her shepherd's crook, she discovers that sheep might be too valuable to give up. What ensues is a funny, thoughtful romp through the history of our woolly friends, why small farms are important, and how each one of us - and the planet - would benefit from being very sheepish, indeed.
The snow goose Paul Gallico The story of the friendship that develops between a lonely crippled painter and a village girl, when together they minister to an injured snow goose during World War II. From Norvelt to nowhere. Jack Gantos After an explosion, a new crime by an old murderer, and the sad passing of the town's founder, twelve-year-old Jack will soon find himself launched on a mission that takes him hundreds of miles away, escorting his slightly mental elderly mentor, Miss Volker, on her relentless pursuit of the oddest of outlaws.
But as their trip turns south in more ways than one, it's increasingly clear that the farther from home they travel, the more off-the-wall Jack and Miss Volker's adventure becomes, in this raucous road novel about roots and revenge, a last chance at love, and the power of a remarkable friendship.
On the map Simon Garfield From the early sketches of philosophers and explorers through to Google Maps and beyond, Simon Garfield examines how maps both relate and realign our history. His compelling narratives range from the quest to create the perfect globe to the challenges of mapping Africa and Antarctica, from spellbinding treasure maps to the naming of America, from Ordnance Survey to the mapping of Monopoly and Skyrim and from rare map dealers to cartographic frauds. En route, there are "pocket map" tales on dragons and undergrounds, a 19th-century murder map, the research conducted on the different ways that men and women approach a map, and an explanation of the curious long-term cartographic role played by animals.
On the Map is a witty, irrepressible examination of where we've been, how we got there, and where we're going. Sam Gayton 'Have you heard of the tale that's short and tall? There's an island in the world where everything is small! Her clothes are cut from handkerchiefs and stitched with spider silk. For half of her life, she has been trapped in a birdcage while her giant kidnapper sits beside her, writing a leather-bound book the size of a house. Her name is Lily, and tonight she is escaping. She is going home. To Lilliput.
Inspired by "Gulliver's Travels", "Lilliput" is an exhilarating adventure filled with cunning escape plans, evil clockmakers and very talkative parrots. Join Lily as she travels over rooftops, down chimneys and into chocolate shops on a journey to find the one place in the world where she belongs. Cold Comfort Farm.
Stella Gibbons Strong of will and slender of ankle, twenty-year-old orphan Flora Poste is blessed with every virtue save that of being able to earn her own living. Casting around for suitable relatives with whom she can make her home, Flora alights on the mysterious Starkadders and, ignoring the horrified shrieks of her friends, heads down to darkest Sussex. There she is confronted by an exceptionally odd cast of characters: grief-stricken Judith, fervently religious Amos, the lusty, smouldering Seth, wild and mysterious Elfine and, of course, the invisible tyrant Great Aunt Ada Doom who saw something nasty in the woodshed.
Many would be overcome by the simmering passions of the Starkadder family, but not Flora. All they need is a little organising. Churchill : a life. Part 2, Martin Gilbert Here, the drama and excitement of his story are ever-present. Martin Gilbert gives us a vivid portrait, using Churchill's most personal letters and the recollections of his contemporaries, both friends and enemies, to go behind the scenes of some of the stormiest and most fascinating political events of our time.
Part 2 takes us from the end of the First World War to Churchill's death in Christian Rodska reads the second part of Martin Gilbert's epic, definitive biography of Winston Churchill. Part 1, Martin Gilbert Here, the drama and excitement of his story are ever-present. Part 1 takes us from Churchill's birth to the end of the First World War. Christian Rodska reads the first part of Martin Gilbert's epic, definitive biography of Winston Churchill.
Alex Gino When people look at George, they think they see a boy. But she knows she's not a boy. She knows she's a girl. George thinks she'll have to keep this a secret forever. Then her teacher announces that their class play is going to be Charlotte's Web. George really, really, really wants to play Charlotte. But the teacher says she can't even try out for the part because she's a boy. With the help of her best friend, Kelly, George comes up with a plan. Not just so she can be Charlotte but so everyone can know who she is, once and for all.
River Road. Carol Goodman When one of her students is killed in a hit-and-run on River Road, it raises memories of Nan Lewis's own daughter, killed in a similar accident six years prior. And because Nan has damage to her car after hitting a deer while driving home from a faculty holiday party that same night, she becomes a suspect. In the days following the accident, Nan finds herself shunned by the community - and begins to suspect that the two accidents are connected. C W Gortner Marlene reveals the inner life of a woman of grit, glamour, and ambition who defied convention, seduced the world, and forged her own path on her own terms.
Easterleigh Hall at war Margaret Graham England is at war and Easterleigh Hall has been turned into a hospital for the duration of the hostilities. Cook Evie Forbes is determined that everyone will be properly provided for all the while waiting for letters from her fiance; and beloved brother, fighting on the Western Front. Then the worst happens - a telegram arrives with shattering news. And Evie wonders if she'll have the strength to carry on. Prisoner B Alan Gratz Based on the life of Jack Gruener, this book relates his story of survival from the Nazi occupation of Krakow, when he was eleven, through a succession of concentration camps, to the final liberation of Dachau.
The elves and the shoe maker : a classic fairytale Jacob Grimm A poor shoemaker becomes successful with the help of two elves who finish his shoes during the night. The frog prince. The Disney film, The Princess and the Frog, is loosely based on this story. In the tale, a spoiled princess reluctantly befriends the Frog Prince meeting him after dropping a gold ball into a pond , who magically transforms into a handsome prince. Although in modern versions the transformation is invariably triggered by the princess kissing the frog, in the original Grimm version of the story is a a little bit different.
The Princess in Black. The monster alarm! Stopping monsters is no job for prim and perfect Princess Magnolia. But luckily Princess Magnolia has a secret: she's also the Princess in Black! Can Princess Magnolia sneak away, transform into her alter ego, and defeat the monster before the nosy duchess discovers her secret? Princess Magnolia runs to the broom closet and becomes the Princess in Black!
She rushes to the goat pasture, defeats the monster, and returns to the castle before her guests discover her secret. But every time Princess Magnolia is about to open her presents, the monster alarm rings again. Don't those monsters understand that now is not a good time for an attack? But just when they arrive, Princess Magnolia's monster alarm rings. Princess Magnolia and Frimplepants transform into the Princess in Black and her faithful pony, Blacky. But when they get to the goat pasture, all they can see is a field full of darling little bunnies nibbling on grass, wiggling their fluffy tails.
Where are the monsters' Are these bunnies as innocent as they appear? The fear index. Robert Harris His name is carefully guarded from the general public but within the secretive inner circles of the ultra-rich Dr Alex Hoffmann is a legend - a visionary scientist whose computer software turns everything it touches into gold. Together with his partner, an investment banker, Hoffmann has developed a revolutionary form of artificial intelligence that tracks human emotions, enabling it to predict movements in the financial markets with uncanny accuracy.
His hedge fund, based in Geneva, makes billions. But then in the early hours of the morning, while he lies asleep with his wife, a sinister intruder breaches the elaborate security of their lakeside house. So begins a waking nightmare of paranoia and violence as Hoffmann attempts, with increasing desperation, to discover who is trying to destroy him.
His quest forces him to confront the deepest questions of what it is to be human. By the time night falls over Geneva, the financial markets will be in turmoil and Hoffmann's world - and ours - transformed forever. Most of his time is devoted to thwarting a conspiracy to overthrow the state. Underlying this is the rivalry between Cicero and Caesar. As Caesar's power grows Cicero must face the compromises that come from holding power - is it justifiable to use illegal methods in order to save the Republic?
Redemption Road. She is a cop who single-handedly rescued a young girl from a locked cellar and shot two brutal kidnappers dead. But she's also a cop with a history, a woman with a secret. And she's not the only one. Adrian Wall is finally free after thirteen years of torture and abuse.
In the very first room he walks into, a boy with a gun is waiting to avenge the death of his mother. But that is the least of Adrian's problems. He was safer in prison. And deep in the forest, on the altar of an abandoned church, a body cools in pale linen. It is not the first to be found. This is a town on the brink. This is Redemption Road. Brimming with tension, secrets, and betrayal, brilliantly evoking an America of small towns and remote landscapes, of the abandoned, the derelict and the desperate, this is a novel so chillingly suspenseful and a story so full of twists and turns that you simply cannot stop reading.
The go-between. Hartley's finest novel, encounters a world of unimagined luxury. But when his friend's beautiful older sister enlists him as the unwitting messenger in her illicit love affair, the aftershocks will be felt for years. Canoeing the Congo : first source to sea descent of the Congo River Phil Harwood It was a historic first descent from the true source in the highlands of Zambia. Just short of 3, miles long, the Congo River is the eighth longest in the world and the deepest river in the world, with a flow rate second only to the Amazon.
Along the way, Phil encountered numerous waterfalls, huge rapids, man-eating crocodiles, hippos, aggressive snakes and spiders' webs the size of houses. He faced endemic corruption, was arrested, intimidated, bullied, chased and he received numerous death threats. He also collapsed from malaria.
The people were mostly friendly, however, and Phil received tremendous hospitality from a proud and brave people, especially from the riverside fishermen who helped him wherever they could. On one stretch of river known as The Abattoir due to its past history of cannibalism and current reputation for criminal activity, he hired four brothers with a shotgun to accompany him as bodyguards. They paddled and floated for five days and nights on the river. Common questions from locals were, "why haven't you cut his throat yet? We'll share his money. Canoeing the Congo will appeal to fans of adventurous travel writing and people who love the nature and wilderness.
Phil, who is a fan of adventure stories himself, enjoys the work of Ranulph Fiennes and Bill Bryson. Phil has worked all over the world as an ex-Royal Marine Commando, ski-guide, expedition leader, outdoor instructor and development trainer. He is qualified as mountain leader, a level 4 canoe coach, a level 3 kayak coach, a rock climbing instructor, a wilderness emergency medical technician and a first aid instructor.
Turn left at the Trojan Horse Brad Herzog More than just a funny and profound narrative of Brad Herzog's cross-country trek toward a college reunion in Ithaca New York and more than another reimagining of Odysseus's ancient journey he visits places like Troy, OR Iliad, MT Apollo, PA It is the memoir of an Everyman searching for the hero within. False colours Georgette Heyer The Honourable Christopher Fancot, on leave from the diplomatic service in the summer of , is startled to find his entrancing but incorrigibly extravagant mother on the brink of financial and social ruin - and more than alarmed to find that his twin, Evelyn, has disappeared without trace.
Christopher - Kit - is forced into an outrageous masquerade by the tangled affairs of his wayward family: his rigid uncle, Lord Brumby, the surprisingly wily Sir Bonamy Ripple, the formidable old Lady Stavely and Evelyn's betrothed, Cressy. But in the face of Evelyn's continues absence, Kit's ingenuity is stretched to the limit Freaks United. John Hickman Seth, Beefy and Angelo can't believe it when they aren't selected for the football team at their new school. And things only get worse when they are labelled the "freaks" who didn't make it. Do they go home and give up the dream, or do they start their own team?
And so Freaks United is born - and the team plans to live up to its name! Hanging Mary. Susan Higginbotham , Washington City. One has to be careful with talk of secession, of Confederate whispers falling on Northern ears. Better to speak only when in the company of the trustworthy, like Mrs.
A widow who runs a small boarding house on H Street, Mary Surratt isn't half as committed to the cause as her son, Johnny. If he's not delivering messages or escorting veiled spies, he's inviting home men like John Wilkes Booth, an actor who is even more charming in person than he is on the stage.
But when President Lincoln is killed, the question of what Mary knew becomes more important than anything else. Was she a cold-blooded accomplice? Just how far would she go to help her son? Orphan girl. Maggie Hope When tragedy deprives Lorinda of her family, she is sent to live with her aunt Doris. Treated as an unpaid servant, alone and loveless, Lorinda craves affection.
Then she falls in love with Johnny Fenwick, one of her aunt's boarders. When it seems that her relationship with Johnny is doomed to failure, young doctor Tom Gray offers another way out. Trapped in a marriage to a husband whose passion she cannot return, Lorinda believes that she has lost her only chance of happiness. Roses and rot. Kat Howard Imogen and her sister Marin escape their cruel mother to attend a prestigious artists' retreat, but soon learn that living in a fairy tale requires sacrifices, whether it be art or love in this haunting debut novel from "a remarkable young writer" Neil Gaiman.
What would you sacrifice for everything you ever dreamed of? Imogen has grown up reading fairy tales about mothers who die and make way for cruel stepmothers. As a child, she used to lie in bed wishing that her life would become one of these tragic fairy tales because she couldn't imagine how a stepmother could be worse than her mother now. As adults, Imogen and her sister Marin are accepted to an elite post-grad arts program? Imogen as a writer and Marin as a dancer. Soon enough, though, they realize that there's more to the school than meets the eye.
Imogen might be living in the fairy tale she's dreamed about as a child, but it's one that will pit her against Marin if she decides to escape her past to find her heart's desire. Mr Splitfoot. Samantha Hunt Nat and Ruth are young orphans, living in a crowded foster home run by an eccentric religious fanatic. When a travelling con-man comes knocking, they see their chance to escape and join him on the road, proclaiming they can channel the dead for a price, of course.
Decades later, in a different time and place, Cora is too clever for her office job, too scared of her abysmal lover to cope with her unplanned pregnancy, and she too is looking for a way out. So when her mute Aunt Ruth pays her an unexpected visit, apparently on a mysterious mission, she decides to join her. Together the two women set out on foot, on a strange and unforgettable odyssey across the state of New York.
Where is Ruth taking them? Where has she been? And who or what has she hidden in the woods at the end of the road? Ingenious, infectious, subversive and strange, Mr Splitfoot will take you on a journey you will not regret and will never forget. The blood flag. James W Huston The Blood Flag was last seen on October 18, , when Heinrich Himmler displayed it proudly as he commissioned the Volkssturm, the Nazi Party's new militia created to avert the certain defeat that awaited Germany. Hitler believed the Blood Flag, Blutfahne, carried sacred powers.
It held the blood of the first Nazi martyrs, those killed in the Beer Hall Putsch in Munich in , when Hitler first tried to take over Germany. Several Nazis were shot and fell onto the flag, pouring their blood into the already red fabric. That flag - with a white circle and a black swastika in the middle - still lives. But after the ceremony, while travelling through Germany, Kyle and his family encounter neo-Nazis perpetuating the evil philosophy he thought his father's generation had ended once and for all.
Kyle soon discovers that tens of thousands are ready to raise the swastika once more and renew the hatred of the thirties and forties. Baffled and furious, Kyle embarks on a personal mission to bring down the movement. But how? In trying to understand the history of Nazism, Kyle learns of the Blood Flag and knows it is the key to his success. Bones of the hills. Conn Iggulden Genghis Khan is the leader of a nation united from the tribes. He was victorious in the long war against the Chin, the Mongolians' ancient foe. Now trouble arises from another direction.
His embassies to the west are rebuffed, his ambassadors are murdered. The nation must embark on their greatest journey where they face enemies: ancient, powerful enemies. But the khan has chosen a path that will lead to victory or utter destruction. Conn Iggulden From a young scholar to one of history's most powerful warriors, Conqueror tells the story of Kublai Khan - an extraordinary man who should be remembered alongside Julius Caesar, Alexander the Great and Napoleon Bonaparte as one of the greatest conquerors the world has ever known.
It should have been a golden age, with an empire to dwarf the lands won by the mighty Genghis Khan. Instead, the vast Mongol nation is slowly losing ground, swallowed whole by their most ancient enemy. A new generation has arisen, yet the long shadow of the Great Khan still hangs over them all! Kublai dreams of an empire stretching from sea to sea.
But to see it built, this scholar must first learn the art of war. He must take his nation's warriors to the ends of the known world. And when he is weary, when he is wounded, he must face his own brothers in bloody civil war. Empire of silver Conn Iggulden Genghis Khan is dead, but his legend and his legacy live on. His son Ogedai has built a white city on a great plain and made a capital for the new nation.
Now the armies have gathered to see which of Genghis' sons has the strength to be khan. The Mongol empire has been at peace for two years, but whoever survives will face the formidable might of their great enemy, China's Song dynasty. The great leader Tsubodai sweeps into the west: through Russia, over the Carpathian mountains and into Hungary. The Templar knights have been broken and there is no king or army to stop him reaching France. With 8 full page color plates by Jessie Willcox Smith. A very good and honest copy, solid and internally very clean with fine bright plates, the binding a little shaken and mellowed or aged primarily at the spine panel, but well preserved and a pleasing survival.
Her work here, filled with depth and grandeur, ranks among her best. MacDonald touches on many theological and philosophical questions, especially concerning theodicy. It is considered one of his masterpieces. Diamond travels together with the mysterious Lady North Wind through the nights. Diamond also seems to represent Christ, always trying to help others while not completely belonging to this world. With a whimsically decorated title-page and eight colour plates by Jessie Willcox Smith. A very nice copy, internally very clean and fresh, quite fine, the textblock and binding all firm and strong, the cloth just a bit mellowed by time, a little more so to the spine panel, but still an attractive copy.
Having eleven children of his own no doubt gave MacDonald a great deal of practice with this sort of thing. With 9 full page colour plates, illustrated title-page, drawings in sepia throughout the text,and with illustrated endpapers by Jessie Willcox Smith. A handsome copy of this scarce title, with some overall age mellowing to the binding but with the gilt and illustration on the spine and cover still well preserved.
Internally, the pages are in good order with some very occasional offsetting as is usual, the illustrations clean, though one has edgewear, text-block with separation in the middle of the book, also as typical with the binding. A collection of charming verses and illustrations for children. First edition, special issue, limited to copies only. Beautifully designed and illustrated by Rockwell Kent throughout, with woodcut illustrations by the artist.
Each volume also includes its rarely seen original dustjacket of cello with paper tunovers. This wonderfully rendered Moby Dick, perhaps the most famous illustrated edition, was wholly designed by Rockwell Kent under the supervision of William A. This limited edition, has become highly desirable to collectors as it represents one of the great American illustrated books of the twentieth century.
The end-product speaks for itself and this truly handsome book has become a classic in it own right. Fantastically rendered, it ranks among the finest of illustrated novels. Poems by John Burke illustrated by Rockwell Kent. Limited to copies signed by Rockwell Kent printed by the Pynson Printers. Very fine copy in glassine jacket, and slipcase and the original shipping carton. Burke was the pseudonym for Ralph Pulitzer, heir of the famed newspaper publisher, who served for many years as the president of the Press Publishing Company, which published the New York World and the Evening World.
This is copy number 40 and thus being one of the first copies. For this same reason they also have three extra illustrations.
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Vibrantly illustrated throughout by Nonny Hogrogran. A mint, as pristene copy, exceptionally fine. He has never dreamed for himself, until one evening when he has a dream of his own, which contains a mysterious message just for him. To learn the secret of it, it is clear he must go on a journey.
David Kherdian and Nonny Hogrogian have joined talents here to create a mystical modern-day fable. Limited Edition and the First Sloan illustrated Edition. With an introduction by Theodore Drieser and with sixteen original etchings by John Sloan. Limited to copies signed by John Sloan.
Tall 8vo, original speckled cloth with leather spine labels. Fine copy, without the box. Carey is handicapped by a club foot, much as Maugham was handicapped by a severe stammer. One of A. Black title. With wonderful plates either in full colour or selenium-tone by Mortimer Menpes and with sketch illustrations on nearly every page of text.
With gilt lettering to the spine and upper cover and the gilt and black emblems of each of the Menpes, t. An unusually fine and bright copy, with just a bit of the usual fore-edge spotting, otherwise very fresh and clean and especially well preserved and attractive. With fine writing and exceptional painting skills the Menpes take us on a world tour rivaling that of Phileas Fogg. The tour begins in England, meanders through Holland, France, Brittany and Normandy then crosses through Switzerland into Italy, with a stop in Sicily before crossing over to Spain. China is next on the tour, which then enters beautiful Japan before finally arriving in Mexico to tour Tehuantepec, a village and Puebla.
The autograph presentation signed in full from Petersen to James O. With 64 illustrations on full-page plates and within the text, illustrated and decorated endleaves showing the course of the great river, its locks and the steamboats and cargoes that traveled along it as well as the railroad building that came to its ports.
A very fine copy, as pristine, in a fine and very well preserved dustjacket. The history of the steamboat is a romantic one on the Mississippi river. This is a massive, richly documented history of Mississippi steamboating from the voyage of the Virginia in to about It includes experiments of Robert Fulton, steamboats as cargo carriers, steamboats in Indian affairs, during the Civil War, much more.
Large 8vo, 29 by A very pleasing copy, internally very fine and fresh, the binding with some light, expected evidence of age. This impressive suite of engravings depict the history of France from the inauguration of Pharamond circa to the year Moreau had intended to carry on with the engraving work and bring the book up to his own time, but the project was unfortunately never completed.
Morocco - An Especially Scarce A. Forrest, each with a captioned tissue guard. A beautiful copy of the fine De Luxe issue, the exterior uncommonly fresh and bright, especially so for white cloth, only very minor age evident, internally fine and fresh, the hinges strong and the plates and text bright and pristine, a touch of spotting to the prelims and tissue guards only.
This issue stands a full two inches taller than its trade counterpart and the white cloth is far more attractive. In either issue this is one of the most difficult titles to obtain of A. The seventy-four fine colour illustrations seem to leap off of their bright white glossy plates. Vivid and bright in both colour and subject the plates are reproduced from oils and watercolours by well-known landscape and figure painter Archibald Stevenson Forrest.
And while he was exhibited at the principal London galleries, including the Royal Society of British Artists, is best known for his work in these series of books on foreign lands. Doran,  First American edition. A very fine copy, internally as pristine and perfect as new, the cloth very bright and fresh with no fading or wear, the upper pastedown pristine, the silver lettering and decorations on the spine with some flaking as is unfortunately the norm.
This collection of sixteen tales was initiated by Nielsen in , though it was not published until In Nielsen went to work for Walt Disney. He was renowned at the Disney studio for his concept art, and he contributed artwork for many Disney films. The film, however, was not made That film is given credit for breathing life back into the art of animated feature films and remains one of the studios most popular features to date.
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Decorated with a beautiful colourplate pictorial cover, stunning pictorial endleaves and a profusion of very fine colour illustrations throughout by Maxfield Parrish. A very beautiful copy of this lavish book, the best we have ever offered, especially fine and essentially pristine and near mint. Imagination could run riot, bound down by no period, just good fun and all sorts of things. For sixty-five years Parrish worked in widely varied fields--book illustration, magazine illustration, posters and advertisements, paintings and muralsrendering realm of the imagination with sharp-focus realism.
So well known and popular was his work F. Contains sixty-four dazzling full colour plates and over one hundred black and white illustrations.
Fables and Rhymes, Aesop and Mother Goose : Lakeside Literature Series, Book 1 (1898)
A fine copy, the dustjacket also in lovely state of preservation. This illuminating book devotes a detailed, lavishly illustrated chapter to each one of these fields. With 19 illustrations by Gean Smith. The counterpart of this boy is located in every city, village and country hamlet throughout the land. He is wide awake, full of vinegar, and is ready to crawl under the canvas of a circus This book is respectfully dedicated to boys, to the men who have been boys themselves, to the girls who like the boys, and to the mothers, bless them, who like both the boys and the girls.
Boston,: Little, Brown, and Company, Limited First Edition unnumbered, but signed by Pennell and containing an original etching of the New York skyline from the Battery, the etching is signed in pencil. A very near fine copy with just a little rubbing to the edges, in the rare dustjacket that has some staining to the underside and light edgewear and some tears which have been reinforced on the underside, but is still quite attractive.
There are extensive memories of the war years in France and England. Celebrities the reader will encounter along the way include George Cable, W. Howells, G. Shaw, Aubrey Beardsley, Henry James and others. Illustrated throughout with a profusion of full-page plates and photographs throughout the text. A very fine copy in a very fine dustjacket. Crowell, ND circa First edition thus, the original British sheets with the American issue title-page.
Beautifully illustrated with 16 full color tipped-in plates, with wonderful decorative borders and incidental illustrations all by Willy Pogany. A fine fresh copy, highly uncommon in this condition, slight and very small split to the paper at the bottom of the front join of the pastedown to the free-fly. The box with light wear only. With 27 colour illustrations, most on double-sided plates, illustrated endpapers, and and cover decoration all by Beatrix Potter.
A near to fine copy in likewise jacket, each showing just a bit of mellowing or trivial wear. They go to retrieve the clothes he lost there during his first adventure. A fine copy, the book and jacket with just the most trivial evidence of age. Illustrated with 15 colour plates and numerous drawings in woodcut style all by Beatrix Potter.
A near fine copy, the book and jacket with just light evidence of age. Tod, a fox. Brock kidnaps the babies of Benjamin Bunny and his wife Flopsy, intending to eat them. He hides them in Mr. Benjamin, and his cousin Peter Rabbit, have followed Tommy Brock to come to the rescue. Tod and Brock come to blows and the babies use the fight as a distraction and manage to escape. With 27 colour illustrations, most on doublesided plates, illustrated endpapers, and and cover decoration all by Beatrix Potter. A fine copy with only trivial evidence of use, the jacket with just a bit of edgewear. The now beloved endpapers of the Peter Rabbit series were first introduced with this story.
Profusely illustrated by Howard Pyle. Folio, quarter black cloth and beige boards, gilt-lettered spine and pictorial paste-down on the upper cover. An especially nice copy bright, clean and fine all over, inside and out, a beautiful copy. Is there, deep under the accumulated debris of culture, a hidden groundwork of the old-time savage? Is there even in these well-regulated times an unsubdued nature in the respectable mental household of every one of us that still kicks against the pricks of law and order?
To make my meaning more clear, would not every boy, for instance—that is, every boy of any account—rather be a pirate captain than a Member of Parliament? Milan: Edizioni Apollinaire, First Edition, one of copies only. Profusely illustrated, with letters in reproduction by this Nobel Prize winner. A fine copy in the original slipcase, a bit of light wear.
Although these periods are distinct, they are to be seen as a single poetical quest. This quest or exploration for a unique language took him through various stages and various modalities of expression. Subsequently, the translation of authors from Roman and Greek Antiquity enabled him to extend his linguistic toolkit.
This bitterness, however, faded in his late writings, and was replaced by the mature voice of an old poet reflecting upon his world. In and he received honoris causa degrees from the Universities of Messina and Oxford, respectively. In his last years the poet made numerous voyages to Europe and America, giving public speeches and public lectures of his poems, which had been translated in several foreign languages. A very fine, bright, clean and handsome copy. Beautifully preserved. Reports coming back from the Front, eye-witness accounts of devastation, violation, and butchery, were quite enough to suggest to Rackham and his publishers that at this time the Allies could be spared violent images with their family reading at home.
Illustrated with 50 colour plates by Arthur Rackham. A fine and very handsome copy, uncommonly clean, fresh and bright. The green cloth is beautifully preserved, bright and clean, the gilt likewise. An excellent copy with just an occasional bit of the usual foxing to the text-block and end-leaves. Dent and Co. This being one of the copies for sale in England. With 13 impressive colour plates, two black and white illustrations and several line drawings as chapter heading or tail pieces, all by Arthur Rackham. A stunning copy, absolutely brilliant, the cloth as fresh and white as anyone could ever hope to encounter, the text and plates pristine.
A shockingly brilliant copy. This fine deluxe issue included one additional colourplate not included in the trade issues. As his reputation grew, the publisher asked for additional drawings and paintings and issued this new version. Rackham created a fresh set of illus The result was a collection of powerful images with striking emotional contrasts, well-suited to the spectacular travels of Gulliver.
Rackham was able to graphically depict Gulliver kneeling on the floor with the Lilliputian tailors gazing up at him while measuring him for a new suit. Illustrated with 20 remarkable tipped-in colour plates by Frank Reynolds with opaque lettered tissue guards, and with a colour vignette title page and colour illustrated endpapers. A bright, handsome and fresh copy with only very minor evidence of age, the dustjacket also very well preserved with just a bit of edgewear at the tips. On these colourful and energetic pages, the exploits and antics of Pickwick, Tupman, Winkle, and Snodgrass come to life.
And surely, this illustrated edition will provide endless visual delight to its readers as they encounter the four members of the Corresponding Society of the Pickwick Club in their many amusing escapades. With the Very Beautiful Illustrations of W. Heath, illus. With 30 color plates tipped-in within ornamental borders, and with black and white drawings on almost every page, all by W.
Heath Robinson. Large 4to, original royal blue cloth lettered and elaborately decorated in gilt with fine pictorial designs on the upper cover and spine. A fine and very bright, beautifully preserved copy of this lovely book, the textblock clean and the plates all pristine, the cloth and gilt in excellent condition. THE W. The theme underlying much of this collection is that the English are the Chosen under the Lord.
Wonderfully decorated with 16 tipped-in colour illustrations and over 40 others in line by Dora Noyes. Large 8vo, in the original bright green wove cloth lettered and decorated on the upper cover and spine in gilt. An attractive and handsome copy, the colour illustrations all pristine, the binding firm and sound and the cloth unfaded, the gilt on the spine just a touch dulled, some foxing to the edges as is typical.
A fine copy in the dustjacket. As pristine. Most have been translated from the Yiddish.
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Black - 62 Sommerville, Frankfort. Marcel-Clement, and G. A beautiful volume, bright and clean internally, the plates and pages near as pristine. A delightful glance at all things Paris. The 20 finely produced plates give us a wonderful variety; mixing landscapes and landmarks of the City of Lights in with views of the nightlife, theatre, and couture for which the city The wonderful decorated cloth binding is among the more playful of those produced by the Blacks for these travel books.
A handsome copy, internally near fine with bright and clean colour plates, the binding also in pleasing condition and just a bit mellowed by a touch of age-wear.. The colour-plates, by various artist, are reminiscent of those by N. C Wyeth or Frederick Remington. Hardwicke and May Hardwicke. The most elusive book in the series published by A. Only one third as many copies were printed as normal. With sixty very fine colour plates by either J. Large 8vo, in the original blue cloth lettered in gilt and decorated in light blue and cream on both the upper cover and spine, t.
A very bright copy, unusually so, the decorated cloth especially nice with bright gilt and colouring, internally both the textblock and illustrations in very pleasing and very well preserved condition. This title takes us to one of the largest lakes in Western Europe and features chapters on the towns and villages along both the Swiss and French shores. The writings are richly brought to like by the artistic team of John and May Hardwicke Lewis, who provide a full suite of 60 wonderful colourplates. Illustrator], de Coverley, Sir Roger.
With Illustrations by Hugh Thomson. London and New York: Macmillian and Co. A very good copy, quite clean and bright. With a few bumps in the cloth and some minor chips at the spine panel at the hinges. A charming confection. A fine copy beautifully preserved and protected, some light evidence of age. Wyeth Illustrations 67 [Wyeth, illus. Illustrated with 14 colour plates, and colour illustrated endleaves by N.
A very well preserved copy, bright and with the cloth very clean. Dustjacket with a bit of edgewear and light chipping to the head and tail of the spine panel. With 11 illustrations in colour by N. Wyeth, including 8 full-page plates, double-page endpapers, designed titlepage, and the colour-plate paste-down to the upper cover. A well preserved copy. The book is very fine and clean internally, the binding with light evidence of age, the gilt frame to the upper cover rubbed and with a bit of wear to the pastedown, the cloth, spine and tips all well preserved.
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