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Booklovers Guide to American Literary London Laurence Peters
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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For those who love both London and reading this your gift. Most Americans don’t know that most of their classic authors spent significant time in London. Over the centuries,scores of American writers have left the US to live for short or long periods in London. From Ben Franklin to Paul Simon this is the definitive guide to where they stayed and the lives they led in the great city. This book explores the places they lived and the locations in the city they enjoyed or were inspired by. Essential reading for any Anglophile on their first or 20th trip to London.
Books, Twizzlers, and Summer Fun Kayla McMenamy
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Size: 6" x 9"
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Over the summer, I went on a road trip with my mom. We drove through parts of the southern United States, stopping at touristy spots and looking at different colleges and universities. This is the story of that road trip. EXCERPT: A few hours later, as I watched the sun’s rays peek over the tops of the trees and begin to spread its warmth over the land, I couldn’t help but look in awe at the subtle beauty of the fields of Iowa. The soft gold and pink hues of the sun made the tassels of the corn look more golden and the green of the leaves and stems look more vibrant. The little blue brooks, twisting alongside the fields, had threads of pink and purple and gold woven into the slowly ...
Botched Girl Summer: The Unofficial Guide for International Plastic Surgery & Cosmetic Dentistry Xavier Odili
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9781639722068
Traveling for plastic surgery and cosmetic dentistry has increased in volume year after year for over a decade. We see the trend and we think it’s going in the wrong direction. Modern medicine has improved the safety of surgical procedures and improved the beauty of the finished product. Unfortunately, most countries don’t offer the same level of infrastructure and basic standards to offer equivalent quality surgical care. There are a few exceptions, but it is nearly impossible to know where it is safe and where it isn’t unless you are an expert in the field. This book was designed to educate potential patients and guide them through the process of selecting a surgeon that will increase ...
Branson, Missouri Dennis Murphy
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Branson, Missouri The Highly Rated Town and area in the Ozarks. Branson is loaded with History, Adventure, Shows, Attractions, Dining, Camping Grounds, Lodging, Parks, Hiking, Fishing and so much more. This book will tell you all about Branson and how it came to be a top 5 destination in the USA. I also give you photos and because of the cost difference they will be in Black and White. Enjoy Branson Today and I want to personally thank each and everyone who is a Veteran, in the Armed Forces serving, and for all who come to vacation here. It is going to be a great time of fun and adventure for everyone, families will enjoy Min-Golfing, taking a trip through the Aquarium, going swimming, S ...
Bridges of Europe Alan Henrichson
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
ISBN: 9781947778986
Bridges of Europe is fully illustrated with 265 full-color photographs of 70 bridges taken by the author. The bridges chosen for this book are landmark and or significant bridges because of their design, age, height, or length. Bridges are from the Rhine region of Germany Switzerland, Belgium, and the Netherlands. The book contains a description and history of each bridge and a section on bridge basics for easy reference so the reader understands the different bridges, designs, and their uses. Size: 8.5” x 11” Pages: 96
Brushes with History: A Memoir Selwyn Jones
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The story of a man who was out to his family and friends before he heard the word “homosexual” and grew up in a Southern culture at a time when he was accepted and the worst epithet he ever heard was “sissy”. Mr. Jones served in World War II, returning to study art and later taught art at a San Francisco Bay area high school and at the De Young Museum Art School. Living in San Francisco during the sixties and continuing his political activism to this day, Mr. Jones is a fixture in the San Francisco gay and anti-war cultures.
But Granddad, We Haven't Had Lunch Yet! Dudley Benton
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This book is a description of several adventures with his two grandsons, Curtis and Adam Murray. The experiences and his descriptions reveal many lovable aspects of the man they called, Granddad (and I called Dad). He loved life and was always ready to go somewhere interesting. Planning adventures was perhaps his greatest pleasure and he was really good at it, as you will see.
Camping / Vacation Journal Matthew Green
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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This is a journal set up to be used daily on your camping trips or vacations. Its a great way to save the memories of those trips and a nice reference for future trips.
Captured with an Artistic Eye A Collection of Fine Art By: John Thompson
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Size: 8.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9798885673488
At times we travel and walk-through life in such a hurry that we only see fragments of the beauty in the world around us. From the beauty of a morning sunrise to a walk along a lake, there is even glamour in reflective weeds. Award winning photographer, John Thompson, wishes you to stroll along with him through North and Southwestern Pennsylvania and share the unique beauty of which he has found on his journey.
Cincinnati, Ohio: The El Dorado of the German Emigrant Don Heinrich Tolzmann
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ISBN: 9781880788561
Friedrich Gerstacker (1816-72) was an internationally known German travel writer and novelist whose works were bestsellers in German, as well as in translation. His worldwide travels brought him to the U.S., and while there he often came to Cincinnati, Ohio, and wrote of his experiences there. In one of his books he described it as "the El Dorado of the German emigrant." Don Heinrich Tolzmann has selected a range of Gerstacker's writings about Cincinnati where he spent considerable time and for which he had a particular affection. Tolzmann's assemblage includes new translations, and contemporary illustrations, not to mention useful bibliographical material. This book tells us a lot ab ...

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