books by Clare Bell
Don't Panic, Annika!
Juliet Clare Bell
Juliet Clare Bell
Barefoot Books Ltd
Princess Cinnamon Stitch is a tomboy who has no interest in courtly life. To her parents' dismay, she cartwheels through puddles and dances with flea-ridden cats. Discover how she succeeds in teaching the king and queen that there are more important things in life than decorum and show. Laura-Kate Chapman's eye - popping artwork makes this fun, rhyming text soar. Comes with storytime CD featuring narration of text by much-loved actress Imelda ...
An exceptional selection of Lichtenstein’s sculptures from 1968 to the end of the artist’s life, from early ceramic sculptures to large-scale public works. The planned exhibition at the Fondazione Vedova in Venice (Biennale Arte 2013) will encompass Roy Lichtenstein’s sculptural production throughout his career, from the early 1960s through the late 1990s, covering the influential artist’s sculptural œuvre in ceramic, bronze, wood, ...
Twenty-five million years in the past, a society of intelligent cats pushed close to extinction meets an enemy band of raiding predatory cats in a decisive battle which will determine the future for both.
Art Of This Century
Now in Paperback This lavishly illustrated book explores a century of Modern art through the exceptional holdings of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice. Engaging, accessible essays introduce a range of art-historical issues, from the depiction of women in Impressionist works to the Guggenheim's influential role in presenting new artistic currents, such as Minimalist, Conceptual and ...
When Ratha admits an Un-Named stranger to the clan, he brings a change as great as Ratha's taming of fire. Does the orange-eyed newcomer understand the power of Ratha's fire-creature-and the hearts of her people-better than she does? Worship and control of fire may strengthen the Named and expand their domain, yet subjugation to the Red Tongue's tyranny threatens to diminish them. The herding teacher, Thakur, offers a gentler alternative, but ...
Jim Dine : Walking Memory, 1959-1969
Jim] Celant, Germano (editor); Bell, Clare (editor); Frankel, Stephen Rob [Dine
Guggenheim Museum Publications
Book by Stephen Robert (editor) Frankel
Margaret K. McElderry
Two unusual black cheetahs share a mental link, one cat coming from the past to reveal scenes from his life with the young pharaoh Tutankhamen, and one struggling to survive in a future world ravaged by ecological disaster.
The jaguar princess
Mixcatl, a young woman abducted from her people, rises in the Aztec priesthood, until her true, magical nature is revealed and she leads a revolt toppling the vicious Aztec Regime. By the author of People of the Sky.
Ratha's Challenge (Book of the Named)
Twenty-five million years in the past, a clan of sentient, prehistoric big cats called “the Named” have their own language, traditions, and law. Ratha, a female Named, has brought fire to the clan and serves as their leader. In RATHA'S CHALLENGE, Ratha faces a separate clan of hunter cats, entranced by the telepathic song of their leader, True-of-voice. When that clan's future becomes entwined with that of the Named, Ratha faces the ...
Margaret K. McElderry
An encounter with a group of unusual cats helps bring Ratha, leader of the prehistoric cat clan called the Named, and her estranged daughter Thistle to a better understanding of each other.
Fresh Kills, Tales from the Kill Zone
, ..., 2010
Fresh Kills is a collection of original short stories by the authors of the popular literary blog The Kill Zone (http://killzoneauthors.blogspot.com). These killer tales vary from the paranormal to the chilling to the just plain scary. Each delivers a finely crafted tale that will keep you clicking through the pages. In John Gilstrap’s suspenseful “In The After,” an intruder demands the impossible of Tony Emerson—he wants to set the ...
The Named believe that they are the only cats who can think and speak, so they are shocked and intrigued to discover a mammoth-hunting tribe of cats who also speak. The other tribe, united in a kind of group mind, is so different that understanding them appears impossible, and conflict threatens. Should Ratha increase her efforts to talk to these strange cats, or should she destroy them with the Red Tongue so the Named can take their mammoths? ...
Hirschfeld's New York
Harry N. Abrams
"A Hirschfeld vibrates and "pops," capturing a fleeting moment, and never looks back." -Frank Rich Remarkable for their movement and expression, conveyed with only a few well- placed strokes of a pen, the drawings of Al Hirschfeld (b. 1903) have beguiled the American public for nearly 80 years. His deft technical mastery and droll wit have earned him wide recognition as one of the top caricaturists of all time. Coinciding with an exhibition ...
Ratha and Thistle-Chaser
Clare L. Bell
Margaret K. McElderry
Crippled and tortured by paralyzing nightmares, Newt, a solitary cat, finds a new life for herself with the strange tusked creatures of the seashore until her peaceful existence is disrupted by Ratha's scout Thakur who brings welcome companionship but also forces Newt to face her terrifying past.
Rogues And Rakes
Bringing readers into the worlds of six rakish heroes of Regency London, a romance collection includes works by Donna Bell, Julie Caille, Cathleen Clare, Monique Ellis, Valerie King, and Isobel Linton. Original.
Roy Lichtenstein: The Black-and-White Drawings, 1961-1968
Between 1961 and 1968, at the height of the Pop art movement, Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) created about 50 large black-and-white drawings. Not only was their imagery, culled from consumer culture, entirely new--baked potatoes, ads for foot medication and BB Guns--but so was their treatment, which drew on the rudimentary character of cheaply printed commercial drawings. Conceived independently from Lichtenstein's paintings, these drawings recast ...
"Screeching in pain and terror, the rogues backed off, but they didn't flee like the Un-Named raiders did. Something seemed to force them back into the fray, making them ignore their fright and their agony to attack again. The flame-bearers' attack faltered as eyes met eyes and the enemy's ability to withstand the Red Tongue was passed quickly among the Named. Firekeepers ... Above the commotion, Ratha heard an agonizing shriek, so raw that she ...
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