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Kate

Author : David Olivier
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Kate Hannigan s Girl

Author : Catherine Cookson
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Annie, the illegitimate daughter of Kate Hannigan, battles her way out of the slums of turn-of-the-century England and into the arms of a loving doctor and a poor Oxford-educated man who lives down the road.

Kate Greenaway Illustrations

Author : Kate Greenaway
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Over 300 classic Greenaway illustrations celebrate the art of childhood, innocence, and eternal springtime.

The Secret Keeper

Author : Kate Morton
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Withdrawing from a family party to the solitude of her tree house, 16-year-old Laurel Nicolson witnesses a shocking murder that throughout a subsequent half century shapes her beliefs, her acting career and the lives of three strangers from vastly different cultures. By the best-selling author of The Distant Hours. Reprint. 200,000 first printing.

Kate Hannigan

Author : Catherine Cookson
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Master of romantic fiction Catherine Cookson is world renowned for her enthralling tales of love that triumphs over impossible odds. In Kate Hannigan, her very first novel, Catherine Cookson introduces us to the enduring story of her most charismatic heroine. The moment he lays eyes on Kate, Dr. Rodney Prince is enchanted. He senses in this poverty-stricken patient an intelligence and warmth that's completely unexpected. His own wife, living in the oblivion of velvet cushions and lavish dinner parties, seems crude by comparison. Though they meet only briefly then retreat to their separate worlds, the image of Kate leaves an indelible mark upon his mind. Rodney knows that Kate's spirit has survived life-long suffering at the hands of men. Her father, an embittered dock worker, directed his violent rages toward Kate and her mother. At age eighteen Kate fell victim to a smooth-talking seducer and became the unwed mother of a child she later compromised her dignity to support. Such circumstances only deepen Rodney's desire to rescue Kate and overturn the codes of a society that serve to keep them apart. As the kindhearted Dr. Prince unintentionally wins over the heart of Kate's fatherless daughter, he and Kate begin to acknowledge that the gap between rich and poor might not be so great after all. Available now in the United States, Kate Hannigan remains a timeless tribute to romantic love. England's late, great Catherine Cookson has spun the unforgettable tale of a wealthy man caught in a loveless marriage, a young woman trapped in the slums, and their defiance of the mores of Edwardian society.

William and Kate With Audio Level 1 Factfiles Oxford Bookworms Library

Author : Christine Lindop
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A level 1 Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. This version includes an audio book: listen to the story as you read. Written for Learners of English by Christine Lindop. Everybody took photos of Prince William when he first arrived at the University of St Andrews. Crowds of photographers came to the little Scottish town next to the sea and took pictures of this new student - the nineteen-year-old grandson of the Queen of England. But nobody photographed Kate Middleton on her first day at the university. She moved in quietly, ready to begin her studies in art history. She was just an ordinary student with an ordinary future in front of her. Or was she?

Kate Bush and Hounds of Love

Author : Ron Moy
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The main body of this book consists of a linear track-by-track musical analysis of Kate Bush's albums released between 1978 and 2005. In particular, it pays close attention to the 1985 album Hounds of Love, which forms the centrepiece of the author's musical analysis.

Kate and Meghan Paper Dolls

Author : Eileen Rudisill Miller
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Sixteen full-color plates feature two dolls and a wonderful showcase of the young royals' stunning clothes and accessories by Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander McQueen, Jenny Packham, Givenchy, and other designers.

Brokenburn

Author : John Q. Anderson
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This journal records the Civil War experiences of a sensitive, well-educated, young southern woman. Kate Stone was twenty when the war began, living with her widowed mother, five brothers, and younger sister at Brokenburn, their plantation home in northeastern Louisiana. When Grant moved against Vicksburg, the family fled before the invading armies, eventually found refuge in Texas, and finally returned to a devastated home. Kate began her journal in May, 1861, and made regular entries up to November, 1865. She included briefer sketches in 1867 and 1868. In chronicling her everyday activities, Kate reveals much about a way of life that is no more: books read, plantation management and crops, maintaining slaves in the antebellum period, the attitude and conduct of slaves during the war, the fate of refugees, and civilian morale. Without pretense and with almost photographic clarity, she portrays the South during its darkest hours.

At Home With Kate

Author : E. Considine-Meara
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A new book about Katharine Hepburn that goes where none of its predecessors have been able to go -- beyond the silver screen and into the daily life of the glamorous and mysterious film icon. Eileen Considine-Meara takes readers into Kate's townhouse on 49th Street in New York and introduces the many characters -- friends, neighbors, and fans -- who were welcomed and entertained in it, from Lauren Bacall to Michael Jackson to Stephen Sondheim. We learn that Kate was demanding and at times controlling -- but we also learn of her wonderful intelligence, sense of humor, and her abiding character, generosity, and sense of loyalty to those she loved. She loved to work hard in her garden, she loved to swim at the beach off her estate in Connecticut, and most of all, she loved to read in front of a roaring fire, even in the sweltering summer. This book includes rare photographs, self-portraits drawn by Hepburn, and personal memorabilia that Kate bequeathed to Eileen's mother, Norah Considine, as well as a delightful assortment of tasty and slightly eccentric recipes that Kate, an expert hostess, enjoyed and asked that Norah serve at her frequent cocktail and dinner parties. At Home with Kate is a complete delight.

Here Comes Kate

Author : Judy Carlson
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A girl in a wheelchair learns when to go fast and when to slow down.

Kate Middleton

Author : Emily Mahoney
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Kate Middleton’s dedication to charitable work makes her a role model for all young people. Her role as a member of the British Royal Family has given her a platform to speak for various humanitarian causes, showing readers the importance of helping people who are less fortunate than themselves. Middleton’s amazing life story is presented to readers alongside full-color photographs and informative sidebars. Quotes from Middleton are included to inspire readers. A helpful timeline of the most important events in her life allows readers to place important biographical details in chronological order.

Our Kate

Author : Catherine Cookson
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Waiting For Kate Bush

Author : John Mendelssohn
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This is the b format version of the critically acclaimed book on the singer. In "Waiting for Kate Bush", the reader will not only laugh out loud at Herskovits' attempt to make sense of his life in an alien culture, but also learn in detail what Kate Bush - known alternately as 'the barmiest bird in pop', 'the pre Raphaelite mymph with Minnie Mouse's soprano' and the 'greatest artist of the last 30 years' has been up to in the silent decade - plus - since the release of her last album.

Kate in Waiting

Author : Becky Albertalli
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From bestselling YA rom-com queen Becky Albertalli (author of Love, Simon) comes a new novel about daring to step out of the shadows and into the spotlight in love, life and theatre. [PRINCIPAL CAST LIST] Kate Garfield Anderson Walker Best friends, and contrary to popular belief, not co-dependent. Examples: Carpooling to and from theatre rehearsals? Environmentally sound and efficient. Consulting each other on every single life decision? Basic good judgment. Pining for the same guys from afar? Shared crushes are more fun anyway. But when Kate and Andy's latest long-distance crush shows up at their school, everything goes off-script. Enter Stage Left: Matt Olsson He is talented and sweet, and Kate likes him. She really likes him. The only problem? So does Anderson. Turns out, communal crushes aren't so fun when real feelings are involved. This one might even bring the curtains down on Kate and Anderson's friendship... Praise for Becky Albertalli: 'Heart-fluttering, honest and hilarious' - Stephanie Perkins, author of Anna and the French Kiss 'Touching and passionate... completely lovable with bags of empathy' - The Observer 'Wonderfully charismatic' - Bookseller 'Stunningly three-dimensional' - Entertainment Weekly 'Sharp and funny' - Publishers Weekly 'Funny, moving and emotionally wise' - Kirkus Reviews 'Timeless' - Teen Vogue

Kate Davis

Author : Kate Davis
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This is the first monograph produced on the Glasgow based artist Kate Davis. It charts the development of her work over the last six years culminating in a two person show with Faith Wilding at the CCA Glasgow in April 2010. Through this period, Davis' work has evolved into the production of bodies of work, creating carefully composed environments which incorporate drawings, collages and sculptural objects. These installations seek to pose questions, or seek to manifest Davis' responses to the practice of other artists, whilst commenting on the ever-shifting political, sociological and cultural environments in which art is produced. The monograph will feature a newly commissioned essay by Caoimhin Mac Giolla Leith and is designed by Robert Johnston. Co-published by the CCA, Glasgow and Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow and supported by The Scottish Arts Council.

Keeping Kate

Author : Sarah Gabriel
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The brazen beauty is said to possess fairy magic, and has successfully charmed and seduced English soldiers out of their most carefully guarded secrets to aid her kinsmen. But now the infamous Kate MacCarran has met the one man who seems immune to her legendary allure ... Captain Alec Fraser of The Black Watch has no doubt that Katie Hell is trouble. Hadn't she just drugged him, kissed him, then searched through his belongings? Now the elusive spy is his captive, and it is Alec's duty to transport her to Edinburgh. But the Highland hellion challenges him at every turn, determined to escape with her secrets. Soon Alec discovers that keeping Kate out of mischief may be an almost impossible task ... just as Kate realizes that surrendering to his passionate love may be her most dangerous mission yet.

Kate Shackleton s First Case

Author : Frances Brody
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Yorkshire, 1921. Kate Shackleton, thirty years old, is taking tea with her friend, Doris who is on a visit from London. In the genteel environs of Harrogate's premier tea room, violence is the furthest thing from anyone's mind. But when Doris is set upon by a mystery assailant, it's up to Kate to find out why - and in doing so, she soon develops a taste for detective-work. A heroine ahead of her time, this is the story of how Kate Shackleton became Yorkshire's most tireless private investigator.

Kate Chopin

Author : Per Seyersted
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Forever Kate

Author : Samantha Quinn
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