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Orphan Black The Official Coloring Book

Author : Insight Editions
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Featuring exciting scenes and dynamic characters, Orphan Black: The Official Coloring Book will let fans get up close and personal with all the adventures from the hit show. This action-packed coloring book is filled with ready-to-color illustrations of the most iconic moments from the show Orphan Black. From Sarah’s first encounters with her “sisters” to their daring encounters with sinister organizations Dyad and Neolution, all the pulse-pounding action fans love is detailed in this interactive book. Featuring the stylish interpretations of all the different characters and their distinctive clothing, including Sarah’s edgy punk outfits and Allison’s bright suburban wardrobe, everyone’s favorite clones are yours to design and color. © 2017 Orphan Black Productions Limited

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Coloring Book

Author : L. Frank Baum
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Color the Yellow Brick Road and much more in 61 drawings adapted from W. W. Denslow's originals, accompanied by an abridged version of the text. A selection of the Common Core State Standards Initiative.

Official Guide to Flea Market Prices

Author : Harry Rinker
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Provides information on identifying, finding, and evaluating flea markets and their offerings, listing current prices for thousands of collectibles, including pottery, toys, books, glassware, buttons, posters, and memoribilia.

The Official Rinker Price Guide to Collectibles

Author : Harry L. Rinker
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Illustrated with nearly five hundred photographs, an updated, authoritative price guide covers more than 425 categories of collectible items made after 1920--ubckydubg action figures, Pez dispensers, and Depression glass--listing forty thousand prices, discussing the latest market trends, and offering collecting tips. Original. 10,000 first printing.

Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
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Warman s Antiques and Their Prices 26th Ed

Author : Harry L. Rinker, Jr.
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In addition to providing the most accurate descriptions and prices for over 50,000 items on an annual basis, this is the "first source" for historical information, references, collector's clubs, and reproduction information for over 500 major collecting categories. Now updated with a detachable 16-page Pocket Reference.

Coloring Book

Author : Elizabeth Bright
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Reflections in an Orphan s Eye

Author : A. L. Provost
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The author practices Optometry in the Atlanta area, and serves as a legal consultant to optometrists and related health care professionals. He holds an undergraduate degree in Physics-Mathematics, and post-graduate degrees in Law and Optometry. Dr. Provost is a member of The Florida Bar and The Georgia Bar, and is licensed to practice Optometry in Florida and Georgia. He lives in an Atlanta suburb with his wife Evelyn, an attorney, and their four champion Persians, who have replaced in both intelligence and charm, four talented children who have gone on to careers in Optometry, teaching and real estate. The author graduated from Berry College near Rome, Georgia in 1961. While at Berry College in the late fifties the author was President of the Freshman Class, Treasurer of the Sophomore Class, Secretary, Vice-president and finally President of the Men's Student Government. At the end of his Junior year he became the first ever recipient of the Jessie Pritchett Parish Student Leadership Award, presented to the one student among the entire student body who best demonstrated leadership qualities on campus. While at Berry College the author rewrote the Berry College Handbook for Men. Following graduation in 1961, the author enlisted in the U. S. Army. He served two tours of duty in South Korea, the first as the feature writer for The Pacific Stars and Stripes newspaper, distributed daily to more than 37,000 U. S. soldiers in South Korea. The young reporter covered all meetings of the Military Armistice Commission (MAC) held at Panmunjom, and traveled freely throughout South Korea in his assigned Jeep, writing about anything of a military or civilian nature that interested him or that might be of interest to his readers. At age 24 the author was accepted as a student at the prestigious Defense Language Institute, located at Monterey, California, where he studied the Korean language for a year, graduating first in his class of thirty students. Following months of instruction at the U. S. Army Intelligence Center located at Ft. Holabird, Maryland, the author was stationed with the 502 Military Intelligence Battalion in Seoul, South Korea. As the youngest of the five prisoner interrogators and intelligence analysts, the specialist daily interrogated captured North Korean espionage agents and their 'minders" who had failed in their attempt to infiltrate the irregular coastline of South Korea. These experiences are the subject of the author's soon to be published book entitled The Wall at Inchon. In 1965 the author received an Honorable Discharge from the U. S. Army, and in 1967 was accepted as a student at the University of Houston College of Optometry. Dr. Provost graduated in 1972 with the degree Doctor of Optometry, and began his private practice of Optometry in the Ft. Lauderdale, Florida suburb of Plantation. In 1977 Dr. Provost was accepted into Nova Southeastern University College of Law, graduating in 1980 with the degree Juris Doctor. He has practiced Optometry since 1972 and Law since 1980, in Georgia and Florida. The author was born in Kinston, North Carolina in 1939, the knee baby of seven children. Following the sudden death of his father, a wartime U. S. civil service engineer, in February 1947 the seven-year-old was sent to live for a decade in historic Oxford Orphanage, located northeast of Raleigh. Dr. Provost's Reflections in An Orphan's Eye-A Decade at Oxford is the first book written about the historic 132-year-old institution since Nettie Bemis' popular Life at Oxford, published in1925. However, whereas Nettie Bemis' work centered around the history and campus life at Oxford, Dr. Provost's work, while recounting the history of the institution, is a factual, bittersweet narrative of a youngster's decade-long odyssey spent growing up 'inside the hedges." This work is a moving account of how tradition rich Oxford Orphanage and its four hundred students and staff grabbed a timid, disillusion

Representations of Political Resistance and Emancipation in Science Fiction

Author : Judith Grant
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In a world in which political opportunity and liberation seem far away, the genre of science fiction grows in cultural importance and popularity. The contributors to this collection are political and social theorists from a range of disciplines who use science fiction as inspiration for new theories and examples of speculative politics. In dystopian governments, they find locations and forms of resistance. Representations of Political Resistance and Emancipation in Science Fiction explores a range of political and social theoretical concerns for the twenty-first century. Contributors analyze themes of post-humanism, resistance, agency, political community making, and ethics and politics during the Anthropocene.

Information Services for People with Developmental Disabilities

Author : Linda Lucas Walling
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Overviews the information needs of people with developmental disabilities and tells librarians how to meet them.