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Self-Esteem Affirmations: Motivational Affirmations for Achieving and Maintaining Optimum Health
Louise L. Hay
1561705322
August 1998
Audio
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Book Description
Motivational affirmations for building confidence and recognizing self- worth. --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.


The Mystery of the Pirate Ghost: An Otto and Uncle Tooth Adventure (Step into Reading Books Series: A Step 3 Book)
Geoffrey Hayes
0394872207
April 1985
Paperback
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Book Description
Illus. in full color. Is there a ghost loose in Boogle Bay? Young Otto the alligator and his Uncle Tooth find out in a funny, high-spirited whodunit for beginning readers.  

Card catalog description
Otto and his Uncle Tooth track down the pirate ghost terrorizing Boogle Bay.

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Thump and Plunk (My First I Can Read Book Series)
Janice May Udry
0064442675
January 2001
Paperback
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From School Library Journal
Kindergarten-Grade 1-A tongue-twisting look at two duckling siblings and their frog dolls Thumpit and Plunkit. "Thump and Plunk sit still and look at their toes. Then Plunk plunks Thump's Thumpit." The aggression escalates until bespectacled mother duck steps in to break up the fight and instructs Plunk, "-you may plunk Plunkit but do not plunk Thumpit. And do not plunk Thump. Ever." The story ends as mother says, "Now let's all go for a nice swim." Youngsters developing visual systems to scan may be thrown off course by the long, unusual dolls' names. The added challenge of tongue twisting provides yet another obstacle for beginning readers to overcome. While the story line is predictable, the action is difficult to track by character and sort into meaning. This title may work better as a read-aloud than as...


PC Recording Studios for Dummies
Jeff Strong
0764577077
March 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
Here's how to make sound decisions about a desktop studio

Get the lowdown on equipment, design your studio space, and set your music free!

If you've been dreaming of making music with your computer, wake up and get started! Musician Jeff Strong clears a path for you through all the confusing options, helping you sort out hardware and software choices, coax the sound you want from your equipment, work with equalizers and processors, and start your creative juices flowing!

Discover how to Choose the right system and install software Optimize studio sound for recording and mixing Understand audio interfaces, sound cards, and MIDI gear Compare popular programs Mix and master your tracks

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The Mystery of the Pirate Ghost
Geoffrey Hayes
0394972201
Feb 2004
Hardcover
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Book Description
Illus. in full color. Is there a ghost loose in Boogle Bay? Young Otto the alligator and his Uncle Tooth find out in a funny, high-spirited whodunit for beginning readers.  


From the Trade Paperback edition.

Card catalog description
Otto and his Uncle Tooth track down the pirate ghost terrorizing Boogle Bay. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Brave Little Monster
Ken Baker
0060286989
August 1901
Hardcover
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From School Library Journal
reS-K-This story puts a spin on Mercer Mayer's There's a Nightmare in My Closet (Turtleback, 1968) and James Howe's There's a Monster under My Bed (Atheneum, 1986). Albert, a monster, is terrified of little boys and girls. He knows they lurk in his closet and under his bed, waiting to eat him up. His mother tells him that there are no such phenomena, but this does nothing to alleviate his fears. Finally, with pounding heart, Albert confronts the demons so that he can sleep. Unfortunately, this silly story lacks charm. Baker gives too many plot details that negate any element of fear (a boy playing "piggie" with the monster's toes is not scary). Hayes's colorful artwork is clever, adding details of a bone for a curtain rod and a monster portrait on the wall, but too busy, thus detracting from the story....


Thump and Plunk
Janice May Udry
0613318145
Jan 2001
Hardcover
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From School Library Journal
Kindergarten-Grade 1-A tongue-twisting look at two duckling siblings and their frog dolls Thumpit and Plunkit. "Thump and Plunk sit still and look at their toes. Then Plunk plunks Thump's Thumpit." The aggression escalates until bespectacled mother duck steps in to break up the fight and instructs Plunk, "-you may plunk Plunkit but do not plunk Thumpit. And do not plunk Thump. Ever." The story ends as mother says, "Now let's all go for a nice swim." Youngsters developing visual systems to scan may be thrown off course by the long, unusual dolls' names. The added challenge of tongue twisting provides yet another obstacle for beginning readers to overcome. While the story line is predictable, the action is difficult to track by character and sort into meaning. This title may work better as a read-aloud than as...


Security Analysis on Wall Street: A Comprehensive Guide to Today's Valuation Methods
Jeffrey C. Hooke
0471177415
April 1998
Hardcover
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Review
"Mr. Hooke does an admirable job of stripping away the wrapping paper to reveal the fundamentals of analyzing companies and their stocks and bonds that are traded in the public marketplace."—Samuel L. Hayes III, Jacob H. Schiff Professor of Investment Banking, Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration

"Jeffrey Hooke has provided a comprehensive and readable explanation of the issues involved in determining company valuations. This book should become required reading for analysts and investment managers."—Steven W. Golann, Director, Mercury Asset Management International Ltd.

"One of the toughest issues facing an investment professional is valuation. Jeff Hooke in his book Security Analysis on Wall Street deals with this issue in a comprehensive manner by providing not only a framework to...



Industrial Steam Locomotives
Geoffrey Hayes
0747803757
Mar 1999
Paperback
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Psychotherapy Relationship: Theory, Research, and Practice
Charles J. Gelso
0471127205
January 1998
Textbook Hardcover
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Book Description
Human beings are social creatures, and from the moment we enter the world, our personal horizons are defined by our relationships with others. Parents, siblings, teachers, friends, lovers, colleagues-even the countless strangers with whom we interact during the course of any given day-we exist through them and they through us. This book is concerned with one of the most profound, yet difficult to define of human relationships, the healing relationship of psychotherapy.

There are many psychotherapeutic schools of thought, and while they may vary considerably in theory and methodology, virtually all agree that the relationship that develops between therapist and client is important to the success of treatment. But how do you define a "successful" client/therapist relationship? How exactly does the...


Coal Mining
Geoffrey Hayes
0747804346
Aug 2000
Paperback
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The Secret of Foghorn Island: An Otto and Uncle Tooth Adventure (Step into Reading Books Series: A Step 3 Book)
Geoffrey Hayes
0394896149
May 1988
Paperback
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From School Library Journal
Grade 1-3 Otto and Uncle Tooth are off to solve another crime. This time there have been four deliberate shipwrecks in a month, and the dragon detectives are determined to unravel the mystery. They set sail to look for clues, accompanied by Auntie Hick (``Someone has to cook hot meals for Otto'') and a stranger taking a barrel of cheese to his grandmother. The stranger, who is really Sid Rat in disguise, hijacks their boat. But Otto and Uncle Tooth are resourceful and manage to follow Sid Rat to his hideout, where they retrieve the stolen items. However Sid Rat and his cohorts escape, no doubt to provide further adventures for Otto and Uncle Tooth. Hayes has created an adventure with enough twists and turns to keep children interested in the tale. His illustrations are humorous, although they are a bit pale...


Hay Fever
Noel Coward
1580811558
July 2001
Audio
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Book Description
A weekend at the Bliss family’s country home goes haywire when the guests and hosts play romantic musical chairs.

About the Author
Noel Coward is considered one of England's most celebrated playwrights. The author of "Blithe Spirit," "Hay Fever," "Fallen Angels," "Present Laughter," "Private Lives," (all available from LA Theatre Works) and many other popular plays, 1999 marks the centennial of Coward's birth.


Patrick at the Circus
Geoffrey Hayes
0786807164
May 2002
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
In Patrick at the Circus by Geoffrey Hayes, part of the Adventures of Patrick Brown series, the excitement mounts as the bear family goes to the circus and Patrick's father, a former performer, stands in for the clown who's just quit. Even Patrick gets in on the act, running into the ring to nab the mischievous monkey who has stolen his father's wallet.Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information, Inc.

From School Library Journal
PreSchool-Grade 2-When the circus comes to town, the little bear discovers that his father was a clown in his younger days. After retrieving his costume and props from the attic, Papa demonstrates that he still remembers his routines. This fortuitous coincidence comes in handy when they discover that the show is about to be canceled because...


Hay Fever
Noel Coward
1580811973
July 2001
Compact Disc
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Book Description
A weekend at the Bliss family’s country home goes haywire when the guests and hosts play romantic musical chairs.

About the Author
Noel Coward is considered one of England's most celebrated playwrights. The author of "Blithe Spirit," "Hay Fever," "Fallen Angels," "Present Laughter," "Private Lives," (all available from LA Theatre Works) and many other popular plays, 1999 marks the centennial of Coward's birth. --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.


Patrick and the Big Bully
Geoffrey Hayes
0786807172
Sept 2001
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
In this first entry of Hayes's (Bear By Himself) Adventures of Patrick Brown series, a bear cub gets in touch with his inner dragon and triumphs over a bully. The diminutive hero, Patrick, starts out on his maiden solo excursion to Ollie Arwood's bakery, continuing his playacting as a dragon ("He roared at a grasshopper..../ He roared at the sky./ He roared at some Ants..../ ...and a gold butterfly"). But just around the fence, Big Bear lurks and the fellow loses his bravura. Patrick's friends help him elude the bully, but when the cub finds himself cowering in a flowerpot, he remembers his mother's parting advice and stands up to his nemesis. Hayes packs a crazy quilt of cheery visual elements into his pages with vignettes, full-spread paintings, vignettes-within-spreads, playful typography, callout boxes and...

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