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The Seasons of the Year Value Set 1 Big Book 6 Little Books

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Seasons of the Year Set

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From snowball fights to summertime fun, our changing seasons form an important part of kids' lives. Our Seasons of the Year series offers young readers a first look at the four seasons through a combination of easy-to-read text and carefully selected photos. Glossary terms and sources for further information encourage kids to continue their investigations. An index and an introduction to the author are also included.

The Seasons

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United States Congressional Serial Set

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The Seasons A New Edition Adorned with a Set of Engravings from Original Designs To which is Prefixed an Essay on the Plan and Character of the Poem by J Aikin

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Seasons of Love Box Set

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Spring Seasons of Love follows forty years in the lives of two men, Sidney Wilks and Grady Nash, from the Spring of their relationship when love is new and shiny through to the Winter of their partnership when thirty years of being a couple has begun to lose its sheen. On the day of his mother's funeral, ten-year old Sidney Wilks is silently comforted by the presence of one man, ranch hand Grady Nash. Little did Sidney know that Nash would become the only stable figure in his life for the next forty years. Years later, after an evening of typical college fun, Sidney is involved in a serious car wreck. It's Nash who once again steps in to rescue Sidney and nurse him back to health. While trying to get close enough to Sidney to help him heal, Nash's feelings begin to change towards the twenty-one year old. For him, loving Sidney was nothing new, but when his body begins to desire the small man, Nash is forced to re-evaluate his protective instincts. What kind of future could the two men possibly have? Nash's life is centred on horses and cattle, while Sidney has dreams of escaping the small-town Kansas life to build skyscrapers. Can two men who want opposite lifestyles come to a compromise, or will Nash be forced to allow Sidney to spread his wings without him? Summer As Spring gives way to the heat of Summer, Sidney Wilks and Grady Nash settle into their new lives in a Chicago suburb. In an attempt to fit in to his new surroundings, Nash becomes friends with his co-workers at the garage. The only hitch is he has to go back into the closet he'd finally escaped. With Sidney working long hours, Nash doesn't feel the need to expose his relationship to guys who wouldn't understand. The dual-life leads to misunderstandings and hurt feelings, forcing Nash to make life-changing decisions. With Nash battling to find a purpose away from the ranch he loves, Sidney's busy enduring long hours in an office he hates. With his prize-winning building completed, Sidney's creativity is put to use designing buildings that don't inspire him. When an opportunity to design the building of his dreams presents itself, Sidney's loyalties are put to the ultimate test. Will he reach for his dream and uproot Nash from a life he's finally settling into, or will he sacrifice his personal goals for the good of the man he loves? Fall For over ten years, Sidney Wilks and Grady Nash have devoted their lives to each other. With their relationship solid and thriving, they each turn their attention to their careers. Nash loves his job as a day trader but hates what it's doing to his body. The hours of sitting in front of a computer combined with his love of beer begin to take a toll on his aging body. Worried that he'll lose Sidney to the hot muscled construction worker his partner works closely with, Nash decides to get his body back into shape, no matter the cost to his overall health. After the death of his father, Sidney is so busy dealing with the years of hurt and betrayal at the hands of Jackson Wilks that he doesn't notice the warning signs of Nash's dangerous new lifestyle. When Nash's sex drive falters, Sidney turns the rebuffs inward instead of looking at the bigger picture. It will take the counsel of a close friend to open Sidney's eyes to what is really going on, but will it be too late? Winter Just as the seasons change, so do people. After eighteen years together, Sidney Wilks and Grady Nash thought their bond was unbreakable, but they are about to discover it takes a lot of work to make a relationship last. The death of his surrogate father followed by an irreparable fight with his long-time friend threatens to pull Sidney down into an abyss of depression. When Nash suggests getting away fo

Men of All Seasons Box Set

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In these four stories by R.W. Clinger, gay men find romance all year long! Contains the stories: The Fine Art of Reading Riley: While out shopping on a winter's day, Stone Daye bumps into Cameron Phillips, an old friend and former lover who now works as an administrator at a local college. The two have a heated and romantic history, and seeing Cameron again brings it all back for Stone. Old feelings are stirred up again, but are the fiery embers of their previous relationship strong enough to ignite a new romance together? Mr. Hideaway: In spring, Josh Hideaway is taking a much-needed break at his family’s cabin, where he meets ranger Zeth Mandell, his neighbor by the lake. A pack of dangerous coyotes brings Josh to Zeth’s rescue. Will something more than friendship blossom between the elusive Mr. Hideaway and the ranger? Sometimes hiding out is the only way to fall in love. Autumn Cliche: When writer Chad Best heads to Haven Island to interview the famous Finn O’Rourke, he learns there’s a softer side to the reclusive artist. To Chad’s surprise, Finn woos and seduces him. When his visit comes to an end, will Chad choose to return to his busy life, or stay on the artist’s island with a man he might love? 20 Days of Tuck: During twenty days of a particularly hot summer on the shores of Lake Erie, Micah and Tuck fall head over heels in love. A year later, life has unexpectedly changed for Micah. He meets and falls hard for Carl, a witty, romantic guy along the lake. What will Micah do when various ties between his twenty days with Tuck and his current days with Carl begin to unravel?

French Kissing Series Box Set Seasons 1 5

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Immerse yourself in all five seasons of this fast-paced lesbian romance, set in the most romantic city in the world! At over 1500 pages (450.000 words) with hundreds of 5-star reviews, French Kissing is lesbian serialised fiction at its most dramatic, romantic and steamy. Perfect for binge reading! This box set includes ALL FIVE SEASONS at one low price. Paris... City of lights, City of love, City of drama! French Kissing follows a group of Parisian women as they navigate the stormy waters of love and life. Claire and Juliette have been best friends for twenty years. Together they own a successful PR agency, but their journey to success has come at a price. Juliette and her partner Nadia have drifted apart after ten years together while Claire hasn’t been on a real date for as long as she can remember. Meanwhile, their happily single employee Steph is getting a bit too close to a new, high-profile client. Warning: This title contains sensual language, ladies making love and possibly more feelings than you can process.

The Avifauna

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Stopping by Woods

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""Robert Frost was a practicing farmer, a skilled naturalist and one of America's best-loved poets. This book pieces together Frost's environmental commentary, examining his poems thematically and in a logical order. Frost bemoaned the loss of people from the land but also celebrated the flora and fauna that thrived in fallow fields and empty barns"--

Sermons for the Christian seasons

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Congressional Serial Set

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Granting the Seasons

Author : Nathan Sivin
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China’s most sophisticated system of computational astronomy was created for a Mongol emperor who could neither read nor write Chinese, to celebrate victory over China after forty years of devastating war. This book explains how and why, and reconstructs the observatory and the science that made it possible. For two thousand years, a fundamental ritual of government was the emperor’s “granting the seasons” to his people at the New Year by issuing an almanac containing an accurate lunisolar calendar. The high point of this tradition was the “Season-granting system” (Shou-shih li, 1280). Its treatise records detailed instructions for computing eclipses of the sun and moon and motions of the planets, based on a rich archive of observations, some ancient and some new. Sivin, the West’s leading scholar of the Chinese sciences, not only recreates the project’s cultural, political, bureaucratic, and personal dimensions, but translates the extensive treatise and explains every procedure in minimally technical language. The book contains many tables, illustrations, and aids to reference. It is clearly written for anyone who wants to understand the fundamental role of science in Chinese history. There is no comparable study of state science in any other early civilization.

Soil Erosion and Stream Flow on Range and Forest Lands of the Upper Rio Grande Watershed in Relation to Land Resources and Human Welfare

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Learning Through the Year

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2 sets of idea cards relating to activities for each month of the school year and summer.

Smart Grid Handbook 3 Volume Set

Author : Chen-Ching Liu
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Comprehensive, cross-disciplinary coverage of Smart Grid issues from global expert researchers and practitioners. This definitive reference meets the need for a large scale, high quality work reference in Smart Grid engineering which is pivotal in the development of a low-carbon energy infrastructure. Including a total of 83 articles across 3 volumes The Smart Grid Handbook is organized in to 6 sections: Vision and Drivers, Transmission, Distribution, Smart Meters and Customers, Information and Communications Technology, and Socio-Economic Issues. Key features: Written by a team representing smart grid R&D, technology deployment, standards, industry practice, and socio-economic aspects. Vision and Drivers covers the vision, definitions, evolution, and global development of the smart grid as well as new technologies and standards. The Transmission section discusses industry practice, operational experience, standards, cyber security, and grid codes. The Distribution section introduces distribution systems and the system configurations in different countries and different load areas served by the grid. The Smart Meters and Customers section assesses how smart meters enable the customers to interact with the power grid. Socio-economic issues and information and communications technology requirements are covered in dedicated articles.The Smart Grid Handbook will meet the need for a high quality reference work to support advanced study and research in the field of electrical power generation, transmission and distribution. It will be an essential reference for regulators and government officials, testing laboratories and certification organizations, and engineers and researchers in Smart Grid-related industries.

Serial set no 0 3099

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Seasons of the Year Set

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"Crunching leaves, building snowmen, splashing in puddles, and soaking in sunshine, each season is special in its own way. This endearing series takes a look at all the changes that take place with each season. What's the weather like? How do animals respond? What foods do we eat? How should we dress? These and other seasonal questions are answered in each book. Breathtaking photographs of the natural world and our relationship with its seasons engage even reluctant readers. They'll love the engaging images, from an adorable hibernating hedgehog to baby animals in spring. These accessible books are the perfect way to introduce readers to the concept of seasons in a fun, engaging way."

Crop Production

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Pitt

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From 2001-2004, no Division IA men's college basketball program in the country had a better winning percentage (88-16, .846) than the University of Pittsburgh. Pitt also won (or shared) three consecutive Big East Conference regular-season or tournament championships during that period. Approaching its 100th year of intercollegiate basketball, Pitt could lay claim to the assertion that these were, indeed, a rejuvenation of its glory days. It wasn't always that way. The university--once known as the Western University of PennsylvaniA&Mdash; fielded its first basketball team in 1905-06. The team practiced and played just about anywhere it could find a floor and a couple of hoops. Crowds were small, media coverage was slim, and the future of the program was doubtful. That program officially became known as the University of Pittsburgh's Panthers in 1909. After H.C. "Doc" Carlson--a former Pitt football and basketball player as well as a physician by trade--became head coach in 1922, the program firmly established itself. In 1925, the Panthers had their first true home facility when they moved into the Pavilion--a gym beneath Pitt Stadium. Carlson would lead the Panthers to a pair of mythical national titles by the end of the 1920s. Pitt: 100 Years of Pitt Basketball is the definitive history of basketball at the University of Pittsburgh. From Charley Hyatt, Doc Carlson's first All-American, through sure and steady point guard Brandin Knight, some of college basketball's most influential players have worn blue and gold. Scoring whiz Don Hennon burst onto the scene in the '50s, followed by rugged Brian Generalovich in the '60s, and silky smooth Billy Knight in the '70s. Sam "Bam" Clancy helpedturn Pitt's program around in the late '70s, and when Pitt was invited to join the Big East Conference in 1982, the face of the program changed forever. Its rosters and coaching staffs--formerly filled with Pennsylvania boys and men with Pitt backgrounds--would soon include players and coaches from across the nation. Charles Smith and Jerome Lane gave Pitt a dynamic one--two inside punch-and a pair of Big East titles--in the 1980s. And when Ben Howland left Northern Arizona in 1999 to coach the Panthers, aided by a young assistant named Jamie Dixon, Pitt basketball was on the cusp of college basketball greatness.