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Il negozio in Blossom Street (eLit)
Author: Debbie Macomber
Publisher: Harper Collins Italia
ISBN: 885896635X
Pages: 387
Year: 2017-02-28T00:00:00+01:00
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Blossom Street 1 C’è un nuovo negozio in Blossom Street, Seattle. Vende filati, ferri e tutto quanto serve per lavorare a maglia. E non solo: qui si danno anche lezioni. Come realizzare una copertina da neonato è la prima. Lydia Hoffman vede con piacere che avrà ben tre allieve! Non male come inizio. Jacqueline Donovan, Carol Girard, Alix Townsend e la loro insegnante Lydia sono donne tra loro molto diverse, ma insieme, grazie all’antica arte del lavoro a maglia, faranno scoperte inaspettate, su se stesse e sugli altri. Scoperte che riguardano l’amore, l’amicizia, l’accettazione, le risate e i sogni. Scoperte che solo le donne possono condividere...
The Shop on Blossom Street
Author: Debbie Macomber
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 1488037019
Pages: 400
Year: 2018-07-01
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Come back to Blossom Street with the novel that begins the beloved series by #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber. Four lives knit together… There’s a little yarn store in Seattle called A Good Yarn. It’s owned by Lydia Hoffman, and it represents her dream of a new beginning, a life free from cancer. A life that offers a chance at love… Lydia teaches knitting to beginners, and the first class is How to Make a Baby Blanket. Three women join. Jacqueline Donovan disapproves of the woman married to her only son, but knitting a baby blanket would be a gesture of reconciliation. For Carol Girard, the baby blanket brings a message of hope as she and her husband make a final attempt to conceive. And tough-looking Alix Townsend (that’s Alix with an i) is learning to knit her blanket for a court-ordered community service project. These four very different women, brought together by the age-old craft of knitting, make unexpected discoveries—about themselves and each other. Discoveries that lead to friendship and acceptance, to laughter and dreams. Discoveries only women can share… Originally published in 2004
When First They Met (Short Story)
Author: Debbie Macomber
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 0345539362
Pages: 17
Year: 2012-06-18
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Debbie Macomber’s Blossom Street and Cedar Cove series have won thousands of fans, thanks to her signature blend of heartfelt romance, delightful humor, and warm wisdom. Now, in this original short story available exclusively as an eBook, Macomber shares a sneak peek into her new series set in Cedar Cove, which features Jo Marie, before she becomes the owner of the beloved Rose Harbor Inn. From the moment Jo Marie sits next to Paul inside the Seattle Seahawks’ stadium, she feels a spark. Paul’s striking blue eyes and kind smile tell her that he’s someone special—different from any man she’s met before. When they strike up a conversation, Jo Marie and Paul realize how much they have in common, yet there’s one thing keeping them from a fairy-tale ending: Paul is in the military and will ship out of Seattle within the next six weeks. As Jo Marie wonders if she should once again open her heart, she decides that, no matter the stakes, she can’t forgo her chance at true love. Includes an excerpt from Debbie Macomber's Last One Home.
Back on Blossom Street
Author: Debbie Macomber
Publisher: MIRA
ISBN: 077831796X
Pages: 432
Year: 2015-04-28
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There's a new shop on Seattle's Blossom Street—a flower store called Susannah's Garden, right next door to A Good Yarn; and Susannah Nelson, the owner, has just hired an assistant named Colette Blake, a young widow who's obviously hiding a secret or two. Original.
Terrier
Author: Tamora Pierce
Publisher: Ember
ISBN: 0375838163
Pages: 582
Year: 2007
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When sixteen-year-old Beka becomes "Puppy" to a pair of "Dogs," as the Provost's Guards are called, she uses her police training, natural abilities, and a touch of magic to help them solve the case of a murdered baby in Tortall's Lower City.
Dreams That Speak
Author: Antoinette M. White
Publisher:
ISBN: 1441589678
Pages: 704
Year: 2009-11-01
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BRAVE
Author: Rose McGowan
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 006265599X
Pages: 272
Year: 2018-01-30
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER “One of the greatest tricks that the patriarchy plays on women is to deliberately destabilize them, then use their instability as a reason to disbelieve them. Much of BRAVE reads like the diary of a woman driven half-mad by abusive men who assume no one will listen to her. In this case, the truth was finally—and, for McGowan, triumphantly—exposed...” —The New York Times Book Review "BRAVE works beautifully as a manifesto. It’s a call to arms—not just against the specific men who mistreated McGowan and the men and women who enabled that mistreatment, but against an industry."—The Boston Globe A revealing memoir and empowering manifesto – A voice for generations Rose McGowan was born in one cult and came of age in another, more visible cult: Hollywood. In a strange world where she was continually on display, stardom soon became a personal nightmare of constant exposure and sexualization. Rose escaped into the world of her mind, something she had done as a child, and into high-profile relationships. Every detail of her personal life became public, and the realities of an inherently sexist industry emerged with every script, role, public appearance, and magazine cover. The Hollywood machine packaged her as a sexualized bombshell, hijacking her image and identity and marketing them for profit. Hollywood expected Rose to be silent and cooperative and to stay the path. Instead, she rebelled and asserted her true identity and voice. She reemerged unscripted, courageous, victorious, angry, smart, fierce, unapologetic, controversial, and real as f*ck. BRAVE is her raw, honest, and poignant memoir/manifesto—a no-holds-barred, pull-no-punches account of the rise of a millennial icon, fearless activist, and unstoppable force for change who is determined to expose the truth about the entertainment industry, dismantle the concept of fame, shine a light on a multibillion-dollar business built on systemic misogyny, and empower people everywhere to wake up and be BRAVE. "My life, as you will read, has taken me from one cult to another. BRAVE is the story of how I fought my way out of these cults and reclaimed my life. I want to help you do the same." -Rose McGowan
Cafe Society
Author: Barney Josephson, Terry Trilling-Josephson
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 0252095839
Pages: 456
Year: 2009-03-12
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Set against the drama of the Great Depression, the conflict of American race relations, and the inquisitions of the House Un-American Activities Committee, Cafe Society tells the personal history of Barney Josephson, proprietor of the legendary interracial New York City night clubs Cafe Society Downtown and Cafe Society Uptown and their successor, The Cookery. Famously known as "the wrong place for the Right people," Cafe Society featured the cream of jazz and blues performers--among whom were Billie Holiday, Big Joe Turner, Lester Young, Buck Clayton, Big Sid Catlett, and Mary Lou Williams--as well as comedy stars Imogene Coca, Zero Mostel, and Jack Gilford, the boogie-woogie pianists, and legendary gospel and folk artists. A trailblazer in many ways, Josephson welcomed black and white artists alike to perform for mixed audiences in a venue whose walls were festooned with artistic and satiric murals lampooning what was then called "high society." Featuring scores of photographs that illustrate the vibrant cast of characters in Josephson's life, this exceptional book speaks richly about Cafe Society's revolutionary innovations and creativity, inspired by the vision of one remarkable man.
Off the Books
Author: Sudhir Alladi Venkatesh
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674044649
Pages: 448
Year: 2009-06-30
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In this revelatory book, Sudhir Venkatesh takes us into Maquis Park, a poor black neighborhood on Chicago's Southside, to explore the desperate and remarkable ways in which a community survives. The result is a dramatic narrative of individuals at work, and a rich portrait of a community. But while excavating the efforts of men and women to generate a basic livelihood for themselves and their families, Off the Books offers a devastating critique of the entrenched poverty that we so often ignore in America, and reveals how the underground economy is an inevitable response to the ghetto's appalling isolation from the rest of the country.
Diritto e rovescio (eLit)
Author: Debbie Macomber
Publisher: Harper Collins Italia
ISBN: 8858988760
Pages: 350
Year: 2018-07-31T00:00:00+02:00
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Blossom Street 2 Nel centro di Seattle c’è un negozio speciale: L’intreccio. Lydia Hoffman, la proprietaria, crede molto nel potere terapeutico dell’arte di sferruzzare, tanto che ciclicamente tiene lezioni per insegnare anche ad altre donne a lavorare a maglia. Questa volta il corso prevede la realizzazione di caldi e comodi calzettoni. Non proprio un’impresa semplice. Ma Lydia insegnerà loro che con la passione e la costanza si possono ottenere risultati insperati. Proprio come nella vita. Elise, Bethanne e Courtney sono le tre allieve che impareranno a conoscersi e a conoscere meglio se stesse. Tra problemi di cuore, di denaro e di... peso, ognuna di loro acquisterà fiducia in se stessa, e anche Lydia non sarà da meno.
Suite Francaise
Author: Irene Nemirovsky
Publisher: Vintage Canada
ISBN: 0307371204
Pages: 448
Year: 2009-03-18
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Suite Française is both a brilliant novel of wartime and an extraordinary historical document. An unmatched evocation of the exodus from Paris after the German invasion of 1940, and of life under the Nazi occupation, it was written by the esteemed French novelist Irène Némirovsky as events unfolded around her. This haunting masterpiece has been hailed by European critics as a War and Peace for the Second World War. Though she conceived the book as a five-part work (based on the form of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony), Irène Némirovsky was able to write only the first two parts, Storm in June and Dolce, before she was arrested in July 1942. She died in Auschwitz the following month. The manuscript was saved by her young daughter Denise; it was only decades later that Denise learned that what she had imagined was her mother’s journal was in fact an invaluable work of art. Storm in June takes place in the tumult of the evacuation from Paris in 1940, just before the arrival of the invading German army. It moves vividly between different levels of society–from the wealthy Péricand family, whose servants pack up their possessions for them, to a group of orphans from the 16th arrondissement escaping in a military truck. Némirovsky’s immense canvas includes deserting soldiers and terrified secretaries, cynical bank directors and hapless priests, egotistical writers and hardscrabble prostitutes–all thrown together in a chaotic attempt to escape the capital. Moving between them chapter by chapter, this thrilling novel describes a journey hampered and in some cases abandoned because of confusion, shelling, rumour, lack of supplies, bad luck and ordinary human weakness. Cars break down or are stolen; relatives are forgotten; friends are divided; but there are also moments of love and charity. Throughout, whether depicting saintly forbearance or the basest selfishness, Storm in June neither sweetens nor demonizes its characters; unsentimentally, with stunning perceptiveness, Némirovsky shows the complexities that mean no-one is simply a hero or villain. The second volume, Dolce, is set in the German-occupied village of Bussy. Again, Némirovsky switches seamlessly between social strata, from tenant farmers to the local aristocracy. The focus, however, is on the delicate, secret love affair between a German soldier and the French woman in whose house he has been billeted; the passion, doubts and deceits of their burgeoning relationship echo the complex mixture of hostility and acceptance felt by the occupied community as a whole. Némirovsky is amazingly sensitive in her depiction of changing, often contradictory emotions, but her attention to the personal is matched by her sharp-eyed discussion of small-town life and the politics of occupation. In this myth-dissolving book, the French villagers see the Germans as oppressive warriors, but also as handsome young men, and occupation does nothing to remedy the condescension and envy that bedevil relations between rich and poor. Quite apart from the astonishing story of its survival, Suite Française is a novel of genius and lasting artistic value. Subtle, often fiercely ironic, and deeply compassionate, it is both a piercing record of its time and a humane, profoundly moving novel. From the Hardcover edition.
From the Ground Up
Author: Jeanne Nolan
Publisher:
ISBN: 0812992997
Pages: 282
Year: 2013
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A leader in America's burgeoning organic garden movement describes her post-high school decision to experiment with commune life and organic farming and how the skills she learned has helped her design hundreds of rooftop, schoolyard and backyard organic gardens.
North Korea
Author: Paul French
Publisher: Zed Books Ltd.
ISBN: 1783606835
Pages: 488
Year: 2015-08-15
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North Korea continues to make headlines, arousing curiosity and fear in equal measure. The world’s most secretive nuclear power, it still has Gulag-style prison camps, allows no access to the Internet and bans its people from talking to foreigners without official approval. In this remarkable and eye-opening book, internationally best-selling author Paul French examines in forensic detail the history and politics of North Korea, Pyongyang’s complex relations with South Korea, Japan, China and America, and the implications of Kim Jong-un’s increasingly belligerent leadership following the death of his father, Kim Jong-il. As an already unstable North Korea grows ever more unpredictable, antagonizing enemies and allies alike, North Korea: State of Paranoia delivers a provocative and frightening account of a potentially explosive nuclear tripwire.
Dining at the White House
Author: John Moeller, Mike Lovell
Publisher: Amer Lifestyle Pub
ISBN: 1608000133
Pages: 396
Year: 2013-09-24
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Provides a look at what it is like to dine at the White House, describes Chef Moeller's most memorable moments cooking for three First Families, and shares his original recipes.
The Lost for Words Bookshop
Author: Stephanie Butland
Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books
ISBN: 1250124549
Pages: 304
Year: 2018-06-19
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The Lost for Words Bookshop by Stephanie Butland is a compelling, irresistible, and heart-rending novel, perfect for all book lovers. "In The Lost for Words Bookshop, Stephanie Butland has created a bibliophile's delight. Witty and irreverent, funny and sad, this is a charming tribute to stories on the page and in our lives--and the powers they can hold over us."—Matthew Sullivan author of Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore "Burns fiercely with love and hurt. A rare and beautiful novel."—Linda Green, bestselling author of While My Eyes Were Closed Loveday Cardew prefers books to people. If you look carefully, you might glimpse the first lines of the novels she loves most tattooed on her skin. But there are some things Loveday will never, ever show you. Into her hiding place - the bookstore where she works - come a poet, a lover, and three suspicious deliveries. Someone has found out about her mysterious past. Will Loveday survive her own heartbreaking secrets?