books about: buried
This series is always a fun brain teaser. It is a good mix of fun and mayhem. Sarah Booth and her ghost are a hoot.
Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left, From Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning
Learning from the Patterns of History
The past is prelude to the present. The same Marxist-socialist strategies developed by Lenin and Trotsky and exported around the world were used by statists to create Italian socialism, Nazi socialism, Chinese socialism, and the march of socialism in dozens of Third World countries from WW2 until today. I was surprised to realize that American socialism owed more to the Mussolini model than it ...
Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense, 2007
Buried Sins(Three Sisters Inn)
Buried Sins (Three Sisters Inn, Book 3) (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense #80)I enjoyed the book very much and would order again. I got my book right in good shape and right on time.
Feelings Buried Alive Never Die
Karol K. Truman
A Must-Have for Any Counselor, Coach, Mental Health Pracitioner
I was introduced to this book about 8 years ago during my first EFT training. In my experience I find Karol Truman's theory is right on target - both for myself and clients with whom I've worked. Her "Script" for releasing those buried feelings is both practical and easily utilized by professional or lay person. I've used it myself very successfully, and have incorporated it into my coaching ...
Classic Starts: Treasure Island (Classic Starts Series)
Robert Louis Stevenson
A Great Introduction to Classic Literature
I am a high school English teacher, and I am a huge fan of the original Treasure Island. That said, I love the Classic Start series as a mother who believes in introducing my children to the classics from a very early age. I began using the series with my daughter when she was five. We have read Black Beauty, The Little Princess, Heidi, and Pollyanna to name a few, so I am very familiar with ...
Public Domain Books, 2006
What an unexpected surprise, I downloaded the Kindle App for my iPod Touch and since this book is public domain, it was a free download. I had never read this book (can't believe it, 55 and I never read it) ... well, not only is the Kindle on the iPod a very nice app the book is outstanding. Now, I much prefer reading any book on the Kindle, I wish the electronic price would come down a bit as ...
Bones: Buried Deep
Great spin on the original series. Would love to see that type of humor and kick ass-ness back in BONES!!
The 39 Clues: The Black Book of Buried Secrets
For the past five hundred years, the Cahills have silently dominated the world. Their desperate hunt for the 39 Clues lies behind some of history?s biggest enigmas ? the curse of the Hope diamond, the race to summit Mt. Everest, the wild life and death of Harry Houdini. And now ? finally ? the secrets are out. With an introduction by Rick Riordan, The 39 Clues: The Black Book of Buried Secrets reveals the shocking truth about history?s most ...
Buried in Treasures: Help for Compulsive Acquiring, Saving, and Hoarding
David F. Tolin
Randy O. Frost
Oxford University Press, USA
Not just another self help book
An easy read, with the acknowledgement of the work required to overcome the problem is not easy. Numerous examples permit recognition of specific motivations involved in the need to acquire and/or not dispose of items. Methods provided for working to overcome these problems set forth in clear action steps.
Thea Stilton and the Secret City (Geronimo Stilton Special Edition)
In this amazing adventure, Thea's friends the Thea Sisters head to Peru, where a good friend of Paulina's is in danger. There, the five mice climb the Andes mountains in search of a mysterious treasure that's hidden in the Secret City of the Incas. Readers will love following the clues to help the Thea Sisters solve the mystery!
Rapture of the Deep
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009
Jacky is my hero ;)
She's off again. Just when fans think she'll never get out of a fix, when all seems lost, Jacky has a way of "bobbing" back up. If you haven't started reading about Jacky 'Mary' Faber yet, please start from the beginning (Bloody Jack, by L.A. Meyer) and work your way up. You will devour it. " 'I'm going shopping... for a ship. A big one.' "Oh it is so very, very good to be rich." Jacky ...
Women's Anatomy of Arousal: Secret Maps to Buried Pleasure
Sheri Winston CNM. RN. BSN. LMT
Mango Garden Press
Women's Anatomy of Arousal
This is the BEST BOOK EVER! I am an owner of a "sexy boutique" - Va Va Vooom - in Asheville NC, designed especially for the pleasures of women. This book is always placed prominently in my store as a "must read". Women's Anatomy of Arousal covers so much territory in such a wonderful way. The author, Sheri Winston, a nurse (RN, BSN), a midwife, and a sex educator, combines visuals of erotic art ...
Treasure Island (A Stepping Stone Book(TM))
Random House Books for Young Readers
Probably the scariest pirate story ever
I was not expecting much when I started to read this book. I have a mostly unfounded fascination for contemporary cultural images of piracy, and I wanted to get this under my belt to earn a little street cred. Turns out, it's amazing. It took me a couple of chapters to pick up the rhythm and vocabulary of Stevenson's style, but once I was able to focus on the story itself, I didn't want it to ...
Pompeii...Buried Alive! (Step-Into-Reading, Step 4)
Edith Kunhardt Davis
Random House Books for Young Readers
Excellent book for educators.
Good children's books on Ancient Rome are hard to find so when I came across Pompeii... Buried Alive!, I bought two copies for my son's and daughter's libraries. The first chapter gives a glimpse into the lives of the people under the rule of the Roman Empire. Mount Vesuvius is introduced along with the assumption that the people of Pompeii were not aware that they were living beside a dangerous ...
Lost Treasure of the Emerald Eye (Geronimo Stilton, No. 1)
My seven year old has read and re-read this series many times.
I personally (as a Mom) don't find Geronimo Stilton books terribly interesting, but they are cute and *punny* and well-illustrated and well-plotted. But my happy second grader LOVES Geronimo Stilton for casual reading -- he just reads them and re-reads them in the car. They are funny -- I've read through a few of them. What a mom notices: Some mild insults, some very funny ...
Myths and Legends of Our Own Land Volume 09 : as to buried treasure
Public Domain Books, 2004
This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.
Written in Bone: Buried Lives of Jamestown and Colonial Maryland (Exceptional Social Studies Titles for ...
Sally M. Walker
Written in Bone is beautiful!
The author does a masterful job of making a technical and possibly ghoulish kind of archaeology accessible to lay and young readers. Though many adults are used to this kind of forensic detective work from TV crime scenes and Patricia Cornwell's heroine, it might not appear so benign to some. I suggest that anyone who is put off by the idea of digging up old skeletons of people buried (some ...
And the series continues!
I read these books growing up, and still go out of my way to pick up any new ones Mr. Jacques manages to crank out. Some of his later books were none-too-enthralling. His writing seems to sway drastically between solid and captivating, and sketchy and poor. I was weary of this book at first. It throws a lot at you and the plot seems far too fantastic at first, but he pulled through with tying ...
Sam Shepard : Seven Plays (Buried Child, Curse of the Starving Class, The Tooth of Crime, La Turista, ...
Dial Press Trade Paperback
When He Wrote Plays
American playwrights aren't good at creating a career of playwriting. Why, I can't say. They write dynamically for a given period and then off they go into putting the holy bible on stage or some such epic. They become mystics, like Allen Ginsberg. Shepard wrote plays for a while and then, I think, Hollywood put the zap on him and he was gone. His occasional pieces today are weak imitations of ...
Who's Buried in Grant's Tomb
Public Affairs, 2010
When it's over and done with....
This book does not immediately give one the impression that it would be as good as it is. My first impression from the cover was that it would be just a compilation of unknown facts and surprises about famous people ,things and places.Then, after noting the sub-title "A Tour of Presidential Gravesites";I thumbed through it and immediately saw it was a very good summary of all the Presidents,their ...
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