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Pipe dreams by Schulman, Anne. Pipe dreams

Bachelor farmer Meany Freeney has simple needs and a healthy bank balance, and he intends to keep it that way until an old flame shows up back in town. If he intends to marry the free-spending Julie, Meany has to loosen his grip on the purse strings. Soon there is talk of central heating, hot running water, even a fancy gas cooker. But Meany has some cost-saving plans that should keep everyone happy. Or so he thinks.

Jan 18, 2018
Practical problems in mathematics for carpenters by Practical problems in mathematics for carpenters

Jan 19, 2018
Putting customers first by Putting customers first

Jan 19, 2018
Reading and learning- a handbook for adults by Reading and learning- a handbook for adults

Jan 19, 2018
Reading-literature - first reader by Treadwell, Harriette Taylor. Reading-literature - first reader

Second volume in the series of Reading-Literature readers, whose purpose is to train children in reading and appreciating literature through the reading of literature. Contains thirteen of the best folk tales, of gradually increasing difficulty, and 33 of the best rhymes and jingles suitable for young children.--Publishers description.

Jan 18, 2018
Reading-literature the Primer by Treadwell, Harriette Taylor/ Free, Margaret/ Richardson, Frederick (ILT) Reading-literature the Primer

Jan 18, 2018
Ripples by Scanlan, Patricia Ripples

Jan 18, 2018
Science experiments you can eat by Cobb, Vicki, author. Science experiments you can eat

"Experiments with food demonstrate various scientific principles and produce an eatable result. Includes rock candy, grape jelly, cupcakes, and popcorn. Revised and updated edition."--

Jan 18, 2018
Science year by year by Science year by year

Packed with fascinating discoveries and facts, this visual reference takes kids on a fantastic journey through time, from stone tools and simple machines to space travel and robots.--

Jan 18, 2018
Sound approach to spelling by Sound approach to spelling

Jan 19, 2018
Spin cycles by Coe, Charles, 1952- Spin cycles

Brilliant, homeless and nearly invisible, a young man wanders through Boston, looking for meaning and hope.

Jan 18, 2018
Standing up for yourself by Standing up for yourself

Jan 19, 2018
Stray Dog by O'callaghan, Gareth Stray Dog

Jan 18, 2018
Taking the extra step by Taking the extra step

Jan 19, 2018
Teaching beginning readers by Campbell, Pat Teaching beginning readers

Jan 19, 2018
Teaching reading to adults- a balanced approach by Teaching reading to adults- a balanced approach

Jan 19, 2018
The bear suit by Maretich, Marta, author. The bear suit

Jan 18, 2018
The giant baby by Foos, Laurie, 1966- The giant baby

Linda and Earl have been happily married and have never had children. One day, Earl finds a set of infant toes in the loam of their garden. They plant them and watch as the garden produces an enormous baby. Now Earl and Linda have to figure out how to be parents, and what to do about the giant baby who eats everything and cries for his mama...

Jan 18, 2018
The great American citizenship quiz - can you pass your own country's citizenship test? by Skolnick, Solomon M., author. The great American citizenship quiz - can you pass your own country's citizenship test?

Presents one hundred questions from the test on United Stated history and civics required of would-be United States citizens, providing background facts and stories on the answers, and includes lists of senators, representatives, governors, and state capitals, the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and amendments, and the Emancipation Proclamation.

Jan 18, 2018
The last body part by Woolf, Sarajane. The last body part

"A woman discovers she has a rogue body part, one she’s never heard of. As she prepares herself for surgery to remove the offense, she travels to London and finds answers to her questions in unexpected places--a locked room in a museum where jars of Victorian body parts are stored, an early 19th century operating room in the attic of a church, and a diary by a woman whose husband dissected a rhinoceros in their flat. Along the way, she ponders the nature of disease, the unfortunate name given to

Jan 18, 2018

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