A Boy Worth Knowing

Author: Jennifer Cosgrove
Publisher: Ninestar Press
ISBN: 9781945952760
Page: N.A
View: 2244
Ghosts can't seem to keep their opinions to themselves. Seventeen-year-old Nate Shaw should know; he's been talking to them since he was twelve. But they aren't the only ones making his high school years a living hell. All Nate wants is to keep his secret and keep his head down until he can graduate. That is, until the new boy, James Powell, takes a seat next to him in homeroom. James not only notices him, he manages to work his way into Nate's life. But James has issues of his own. Between dead grandmothers and living aunts, Nate has to navigate the fact that he's falling in love with his only friend, all while getting advice from the most unusual places. Ghosts, bullies, first love: it's a lot to deal with when you're just trying to survive senior year.

Men Worth Knowing

Biblical Meditations for Daily Living
Author: J. Ellsworth Kalas
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN: 0664230598
Category: Religion
Page: 118
View: 9805
Author J. Ellsworth Kalas believes there is much we can learn about our own walk with God from the people in the Bible. In this inspiring book he gives us meditations about sixteen men from Scripture, some of them well known, others not even named. Each of them, he tells us, can teach us something about ourselves and our relationship with God, "not only through their wisdom but sometimes through their errors and obvious humanness."

One Thousand Things Worth Knowing

Author: Paul Muldoon
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 0374713642
Category: Poetry
Page: 128
View: 1606
Another wild, expansive collection from the eternally surprising Pulitzer Prize–winning poet Smuggling diesel; Ben-Hur (the movie, yes, but also Lew Wallace's original book, and Seosamh Mac Grianna's Gaelic translation); a real trip to Havana; an imaginary trip to the Château d'If: Paul Muldoon's newest collection of poems, his twelfth, is exceptionally wide-ranging in its subject matter—as we've come to expect from this master of self-reinvention. He can be somber or quick-witted—often within the same poem: The mournful refrain of "Cuthbert and the Otters" is "I cannot thole the thought of Seamus Heaney dead," but that doesn't stop Muldoon from quipping that the ancient Danes "are already dyeing everything beige / In anticipation, perhaps, of the carpet and mustard factories." If this masterful, multifarious collection does have a theme, it is watchfulness. "War is to wealth as performance is to appraisal," he warns in "Recalculating." And "Source is to leak as Ireland is to debt." Heedful, hard-won, head-turning, heartfelt, these poems attempt to bring scrutiny to bear on everything, including scrutiny itself. One Thousand Things Worth Knowing confirms Nick Laird's assessment, in The New York Review of Books, that Muldoon is "the most formally ambitious and technically innovative of modern poets," an experimenter and craftsman who "writes poems like no one else."

Reckless Treasure

Author: Cecily Wolfe
Publisher: Cecily Wolfe
ISBN: 137047850X
Category: Fiction
Page: 262
View: 9757
Francesca is weeks away from high school graduation and the hope of moving away from her trashy mother and hustling twin brother. She is busy crushing on their older neighbor and blind to the love her best friend Mitch carries in his heart for her. A mysterious stranger arrives in town, offering opportunities that she has never dreamed of; but at what price?

Death at Rottingdean

Author: Robin Paige
Publisher: Oldcastle Books Ltd
ISBN: 0857300229
Category: Fiction
Page: 352
View: 6108
Lord and Lady Sheridan (Charles is now Baron of Somersworth) have taken a house for a few quiet weeks in the late summer of 1897, in the sea-coast village of Rottingdean. Long known as Smugglers' Village, the hamlet sits on a labyrinth of ancient tunnels. When the body of a coast guard is pulled out of the Channel, Kate and Charles suspect that the town is still plying the illicit trades of its past. With the help of Rudyard Kipling (who is just beginning his novel Kim), they discover that something is rotten in Rottingdean...

Votary Of Wealth. Zorinski. Secrets Worth Knowing. Who Wants A Guinea. Werter

Author: Elizabeth born Simpson Inchbald,Joseph G. Holman
Publisher: N.A
Page: N.A
View: 8574

The votary of wealth, by J.G. Holman. Zorinski, Secrets worth knowing; by Thomas Morton. Who wants a guinea? By George Colman, Jr. Werter, by Frederick Reynolds

Author: Mrs. Inchbald
Publisher: N.A
Category: Drama
Page: N.A
View: 5856

A Secret worth knowing, having been solved by the Labourers'Friends'Society, is respectfully addressed to Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen Patroness. [A pamphlet recommending a system of allotment husbandry.]

Author: Victoria (Queen of Great Britain)
Publisher: N.A
Page: N.A
View: 1308

Everyone Worth Knowing

Author: Lauren Weisberger
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743262336
Category: Fiction
Page: 384
View: 2020
Realizing that her prestigious investment banking job is making her miserable, Bette Robinson impulsively quits and accepts an opportunity with a successful PR firm, a job that tests the boundary between her personal and professional lives.

Assured Destruction

The Complete Series
Author: Michael F. Stewart
Publisher: Michael F. Stewart
ISBN: 099375791X
Category: Young Adult Fiction
Page: 600
View: 5537