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Namesake

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Jhumpa Lahiri's Interpreter of Maladies established this young writer as one the most brilliant of her generation. Her stories are one of the very few debut works -- and only a handful of collections -- to have won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction. Among the many other awards and honors it received were the New Yorker Debut of the Year award, the PEN/Hemingway Award, and the highest critical praise for its grace, acuity, and compassion in detailing lives transported from India to America. In The Namesake, Lahiri enriches the themes that made her collection an international bestseller: the immigrant experience, the clash of cultures, the conflicts of assimilation, and, most poignantly, the tangled ties between generations. Here again Lahiri displays her deft touch for the perfect detail -- the fleeting moment, the turn of phrase -- that opens whole worlds of emotion.
The Namesake takes the Ganguli family from their tradition-bound life in Calcutta through their fraught transformation into Americans. On the heels of their arranged wedding, Ashoke and Ashima Ganguli settle together in Cambridge, Massachusetts. An engineer by training, Ashoke adapts far less warily than his wife, who resists all things American and pines for her family. When their son is born, the task of naming him betrays the vexed results of bringing old ways to the new world. Named for a Russian writer by his Indian parents in memory of a catastrophe years before, Gogol Ganguli knows only that he suffers the burden of his heritage as well as his odd, antic name. Lahiri brings great empathy to Gogol as he stumbles along the first-generation path, strewn with conflicting loyalties, comic detours, and wrenching love affairs. With penetrating insight, she reveals not only the defining power of the names and expectations bestowed upon us by our parents, but also the means by which we slowly, sometimes painfully, come to define ourselves. The New York Times has praised Lahiri as "a writer of uncommon elegance and poise." The Namesake is a fine-tuned, intimate, and deeply felt novel of identity.
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Nana and the Hungry Whistle-Pig

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Let the Battle Begin! No matter what my Nana does, something is attacking her garden and eating all of her vegetable plants, over and over again. Nana tries everything she can think of to keep the critters out, but nothing seems to work. What kind of animal can be so hungry that it bites through fences to get her plants? And what will Nana ever do if she actually manages to catch it?
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Night Watch Poems

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"In the Night Watch Poems, B. G. Donohue finds the wide chinks of light in the dark.. These are powerful, complex and beautiful, perfectly measured and crafted. In his search for the Divine, Donohue discovers a fertile ground." - Colum McCann, National Book Award, American Academy of Arts and Letters Award, Pushcart Prize, Guggenheim Fellowship, et.al. Distinguished Professor of Creative Writing, Hunter College
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Ninety Years and Still Going Strong What's My Secret?

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You may have enjoyed her two books, Fiddling Through the Wilderness and Into the Spirit. Now into her 90's, she continues to write her inspiring stories, essays, and lessons to others. On and off the stage, her journey of faith, hope, gratitude, and joy defines a life well-lived.
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No Loose Ends

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The death of a cardiologist in the crash of his own airplane brings together his practice partner and a newspaper reporter assigned to cover the crash. The doctor's death is the first of several planned to keep the President's illness top secret as his probable re-election draws near. The doctor and reporter team up to solve the mystery of who is behind the killings.
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North Providence: A History and the People that Shaped It

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In 1765, settlers to the west of Providence petitioned to form their own township. Their prayers were answered, and North Providence, Rhode Island, was born. While it sheltered religious dissenters, North Providence was also the sparking point of the Industrial Revolution--native sons and industrialists Samuel Slater and Zachariah Allen reinvented the cotton industry and altered the course of the nation. In this history of North Providence, author Paul F. Caranci celebrates the town's colorful characters and provides walking tours for the villages of Lymansville, Allendale, Centredale and Fruit Hill. Learn how North Providence native Stephen Olney became a Revolutionary War hero when he pulled an injured James Monroe from the battlefield and how Frank C. Angell became a spokesman for Centredale. Caranci reveals the unique history of North Providence and the people who shaped it.
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Nothing in Common an Anthology of Love Stories

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What is the magnet that brings two people together? Often, they are diverse in personality and some time they have nothing in common. Love, however, prevails--as it often does. Here are a few love stories.

Novocain

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Odysseys: Selected Short Stories and Poems

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Odysseys: An unfulfilled woman finds romance in an unlikely place; a young female pioneer finds rescue and renewal in a Lakota Indian warrior; an insecure American-Italian girl finds a sense of identity in an Italian village; and a pampered woman mends a broken friendship.
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Oliver's Journey

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Oliver is no ordinary octopus! He is usually off on an exciting adventure until one day when he longs for a place to call home and "fit in." Join Oliver and his friends Denny, Simon, Miranda, Randall and Luna as they help Oliver discover his most important "journey" yet!
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On the Mend

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On the Mend is a book about Living, Loving, Laughing, And all that comes in between. It's about Disappointment, Heartache, Heartbreak, Sadness, Loneliness, Accepting Learning, Growing, Strengthening, And moving forward. We all have our own version of the in-betweens, but our foundations are all the same. Some stories are longer, others are shorter. Some are more colorful, others are black and white. Some are filled with more living, living, and laughing, others more of the in-between. Know your story can change, turn the page, end the chapter, or begin a completely new book, but only after you take the time to learn what you want and need in this new journey filled with living, loving, and laughing.
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One Who Reads is Always Booked

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A teacher of writing and literature for 35 years, Donna DeLeo Bruno has loved books and relished reading for as far back as she can remember. Since retirement, she shares her immense enjoyment and keen appreciation of books and writing styles, with presentations at libraries, book clubs, and women's groups.
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Out of the Box Learning (USED)

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What does a mother do when she is told her child will never be able to learn? Beverly assumes public school will provide everything her son Patrick needs to succeed; but he's been beaten down by the system, and failing and falling further behind as each year passes. At each turn, she is met with devastating system roadblocks, and told she doesn't have what it takes to help her child. In many respects, she feels the professionals may be right. Will she be able to discover the educational path he needs? Or, will she too, fail her child? OUT OF THE BOX LEARNING tells of the deep courage of one mother who realizes that only she has the power to turn around her son's education. It is both heartfelt story, and step-by-step guide to alternative learning through homeschooling. OUT OF THE BOX LEARNING will inspire readers to rethink the landscape and purpose of education, when we fully trust our kids as inherent learners.
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Pacas Are coming

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Up in the Berkshires, it's been snowing forever and ZuZu hasn't been able to go on adventures. But suddenly there's the promise of some excitement. The farmer is bringing new animals to the barn and ZuZu can hardly wait to make friends with these gentle creatures that hum and have fleas. The pacas are coming!
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Pangaea; Revelations

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Pangaea is being torn apart by magic, and an old evil is set to return. Its greatest champions are blinded by ambition, choked by politics, and crippled by pain. Brought together by fate, seven young heroes set out to save the world. But what can children do against living gods? This is the tale of an end of an Age. These are its tragic last days.

Pangaea; Sunslinger

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Parent Trap columns Vol. 1 (USED)

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The Parent Trap Columns Volume I, is the first in a two-volume collection of humorous and insightful observations on contemporary teen parenting by Michael A. Battey, an East Greenwich, Rhode Island based doctor. Published in community newspapers within Rhode Island over several years, the columns reflect the author's personal experience along with commentary on parenting trends, and public education.

Pendulum's Truth

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Pie Sisters

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Three sisters, seven days, one lake. For the Lane sisters, Shelby, Yeardley, and Lily, returning to Aunt Nola's cottage on Canadaigua Lake for a birthday celebration is like going home. Now adults, it has been years since their last visit. Eager to escape the realities of their day-to-day lives, the girls jump at the chance to go back. What ensues is a journey that leads the sisters to a better understanding and deeper appreciation of family and home.

Post Mark: Santa's Misfit Postman

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Post Mark: The north Pole Postman Visits RI

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Pound a Day Diet

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THE POUND A DAY DIET is an accelerated program designed to help dieters lose up to five pounds every five days-- without frustrating plateaus-- while enjoying all their favorite foods. It rewrites every carb/fat/calorie rule in the book! This delicious, easy-to-use, plan is specifically formulated as a Mediterranean-style diet that is carb and calorie corrected to turbocharge metabolism and weight loss. Complete with menus for 28 days (four five-day plans and four weekend plans), dieters first follow the five-day plan, switch over to the weekend plan, return to the five-day plan for the second week, and continue with the weekend plan-alternating like this right down to their goal weight. To help readers, Rocco has created 50 all-new lightning-quick 5 ingredient recipes, as well as ready-made suggestions for those who simply cannot find the time to cook; a primer on healthy and fast cooking techniques; calorie-calibrated menus and shopping lists; and a lifestyle plan for maintaining a lean, healthy body for life.
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Poverty and Despair vs. Education and opportunity (USED)

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Considering that the total costs of poverty are [1] unsustainable and steadily increasing and [2] are costs to all Americans, the target populations are many: the Congress, Federal and State educational entities, i.e., the planners, strategists, administrators et al, university and college educational and social policy programs, social policy makers, corporate and educational partnerships, social services providers, health care providers, legal and justice systems' administrators and reformers, prime movers and initiators... the common bond and requirement among these populations include experiential expertise, responsibility, authority, accountability, an understanding of the poverty arena, compassion and a demonstrated goal-oriented leadership and commitment to ending poverty!

Pride on the Mount (USED)

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Prince of Providence (USED)

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Stanton tells the incredible story of Buddy Cianci, America's most colorful mayor, in this classic story of wiseguys, feds, and politicians riding a carousel of crime and redemption.
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Promise of Fatima

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Great nations were declaring war against other nations. Bosnian rebels were plotting the overthrow of the Serbian government. Foreign leaders were regular targets of assassination. Religious freedom was under attack. The Catholic faith was being oppressed. World order hung in the balance. And against this hostile backdrop, three humble shepherd children were witness to a series of improbable visions that were destined to change the world. Near the majestic fields of Cova da Iria, in a pasture owned by the dos Santos family near the village of Fatima, Portugal, a woman who shone more brilliant than the sun, simply and dramatically appeared. For six consecutive months, the woman, who identified herself only as "Our Lady of the Rosary," would reveal messages so poignant and urgent that this extraordinary occurrence has grown into a worldwide devotion that continues to thrive to this very day. Now, with the perspective of one hundred years of history and controversy, historian Paul F. Caranci retells the story presenting a unique hour-by-hour, day-by-day account of the events surrounding the appearance as they unfolded. And he describes how through it all, the message of Fatima has created enormous change in the hearts of many, a change that is needed in everyone if the peace foretold and promised by "Our Lady of the Rosary" is to be realized.
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Prophet's End

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Prophet's End is a compelling story which brings together characters that you will love and admire. Russell writes with wit and the passion of a romantic, creating a resonant work that will have you more fully appreciating the courageous heroes that surround us every day. Most of all, it presents us with two powerful gifts that many of us can use on an ongoing basis: inspiration and hope.

-Matthew J. Goldberg, author of Hot Ice Cream: Inspiring Life Lessons from Our Children


A great imaginative story with characters I really cared about. I finished this book with a lump in my throat, I love it. I absolutely love it. Prophet's End has tremendous imagination, tremendous heart and a story that really resonates.

-Bill Hall, author of McCallandia


Prophet's End is a tale for our times, bringing together two individuals with unusual powers, a young man who has the gift of seeing into the future, and the young woman who inhabited his dreams and holds his heart from the age of 6 years. That young woman has a power of her own, to take the world and all that it brings with an unbridled optimism. Mr. Russell's story has the heart of a modern day Chasidic tale, with a magical ending.

-Dr. Sandra Price, JD, PhD, School of Community Resources and Development, Arizona State University



Billy Farrell is a typical 1950s New York City kid. He loves the Brooklyn Dodgers and egg creams from the soda shop. He's an okay student. Then one day Billy begins having strange dreams--dreams that are anything but typical.

Prophet's End is a tale of hope and faith, even from the rubble of despair; a magical story which demonstrates that we cannot change what will be, let alone alter the here and now. Yet even against the odds, Billy's story offers hope for a better future, shining like a beacon just beyond the present.

About the Author


Scott D. Russell was born in the Bronx in the year 1945. He resides in North Attleboro, Massachusetts, with Peggy, his bride of 32 years, and their assorted felines. Scott is the author of Joey, a biography of Joey Giardello, a hero of his as well as the former middleweight champion of the world. Scott was a huge fan of the Brooklyn Dodgers in his youth and served as Bill "Spaceman" Lee's personal statistician during his successful playing career for both the Red Sox and Montreal Expos.

The author is of the belief that civil discourse is imperative if we are to survive as a society. At seventy-one years of age, he remains steadfast that there is hope for mankind.


Providence is No Longer Just a Train Stop (USED)

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Providence Rag (USED)

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Edgar Award-winner Bruce DeSilva returns with Liam Mulligan, an old-school investigative reporter for a dying newspaper in Providence, Rhode Island.

Inspired by a true story, Providence Rag finds Mulligan, his pal Mason, and the newspaper they both work for at an ethical crossroad. The youngest serial killer in history butchered five of his neighbors before he was old enough to drive. When he was caught eighteen years ago, Rhode Island's antiquated criminal statutes--never intended for someone like him--required that all juveniles, no matter their crimes, be released at age twenty-one. The killer is still behind bars, serving time for crimes supposedly committed on the inside.

That these charges were fabricated is an open secret; but nearly everyone is fine with it--if the monster ever gets out more people will surely die. But Mason is not fine with it. If officials can get away with framing this killer they could do it to anybody. As Mason sets out to prove officials are perverting the justice system, Mulligan searches frantically for some legal way to keep the monster behind bars. The dueling investigations pit the friends against each other in a high-stakes race against time--and snares them in an ethical dilemma that has no right answer.

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Puny Pete the Prairie Dog

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Puny Pete wants to help his family "just like his brothers and sister," but they lovingly pat his head and tickle his tummy and tell him he's too little.
Puny leaves home to prove he is "Big." Oh, what dangers lurked everywhere he went!
Did he get hurt?
Who tried to eat him?
Did he ever find his brothers and sister again?

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Read Write Evacuate

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Read. Write. Evacuate. illustrates the importance of being responsible and safe during emergencies at school. Several scenarios, such as fire drills, intruder drills, and evacuations, are explained through the eyes of elementary school children. While the primary purpose of this book is to engage students in dialogue about school emergencies, this book is also for educators who have struggled to find clear, concise, developmentally appropriate language that explains school safety and emergencies. It provides teachers with common language for talking to students about being safe and responsible. For every school district that is grappling with the best way to talk to their students about staying safe during the school day, this book keeps crisis preparedness simple. Additionally, it empowers its readers by emphasizing their importance in the school community.

Rhode Block - Card Game

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Rhode Island Card

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Rhode Island Civil War Monuments

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In nearly every town and city in 36 states across America stand monuments and memorials dedicated to a time when brothers fought brothers and fathers fought sons in the bloodiest war in our nation's history... The American Civil War. Most of these monuments and memorials have stood, silently, watching over their towns and cities while their true meanings have faded into obscurity. Though a significant number of these beautiful monuments and memorials, as well as incredible works of art, stand in full view of the public, few people even notice them simply because they have stood there for generations as other wars took our attention away. A larger portion of these monuments and memorials stand in cemeteries, where some have fallen into disarray. These are surrounded by markers, reminding all who see them, of the sacrifices made by a whole generation so that we, today, can enjoy living as we do. In writing this book, we are attempting to remind future generations of these sacrifices as well as to pay homage to, and show the talents of, the artists who created them. The facts included in this book are those not found in any other works. To the best of our knowledge, this book represents all of the Civil War monuments and memorials throughout Rhode Island, from the smallest to the largest.

Rhode Island for the Native and the Naive

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Rhode Island's Friendly Faces

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Rhody Ram's RI adventure

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"Rhody the Ram is determined to show his friends from mascot school that Rhode Island is the best destination. He takes them on a journey across the state showing them what makes his beloved home so special. Will Rhody convince his mascot friends that sometimes the smallest things can be the very best?"

RIght to Crow

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Rising

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From acclaimed thriller-suspense novelists Heather Graham and Jon Land comes a story of action, mystery, and the endurance of young love in The Rising.

Alex Chin is a football star and Homecoming King: the classic all-American teen, raised in a loving fashion with all the opportunities his parents could give him. His tutor, Samantha Dixon, is preparing to graduate high school at the top of her class. She plans to turn her NASA internship into a career. Their world is turned upside down when a football accident lands Alex in the hospital . . . and his CT scan yields abnormal results.

His doctor is murdered. Then, his parents. Death seems to follow him wherever he goes, and now it's after him. Alex flees. He tells Samantha not to follow, but she became involved the moment she walked through his door and found Mr. and Mrs. Chin as they lay dying in their home. She cannot abandon the young man she loves. The two race desperately to stay ahead of Alex's attackers long enough to figure out why they are hunting him in the first place. The answer lies with a secret buried deep in his past, a secret his parents died to protect. Alex always knew he was adopted, but he never knew the real reason his birth parents abandoned him. He never knew where he truly came from--until now.

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Rising (USED)

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From acclaimed thriller-suspense novelists Heather Graham and Jon Land comes a story of action, mystery, and the endurance of young love in The Rising.

Twenty-four hours. That's all it takes for the lives of two young people to be changed forever.

Alex Chin has the world on a plate. A football hero and homecoming king with plenty of scholarship offers, his future looks bright. His tutor, Samantha Dixon, is preparing to graduate high school at the top of her class. She plans to turn her NASA internship into a career.

When a football accident lands Alex in the hospital, his world is turned upside down. His doctor is murdered. Then, his parents. Death seems to follow him wherever he goes, and now it's after him.

Alex flees. He tells Samantha not to follow, but she became involved the moment she walked through his door and found Mr. and Mrs. Chin as they lay dying in their home. She cannot abandon the young man she loves. The two race desperately to stay ahead of Alex's attackers long enough to figure out why they are hunting him in the first place. The answer lies with a secret buried deep in his past, a secret his parents died to protect. Alex always knew he was adopted, but he never knew the real reason his birth parents abandoned him. He never knew where he truly came from. Until now.

Rock Bottom: From the Streets to Success

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When Michael Cooley returned to his childhood home in St. Louis, many of his old friends offered him this greeting: 'Cooley, I thought you were dead.' And by many accounts, he should have been dead. Michael Cooley was a member of two dysfunctional families. His mother in St. Louis was an alcoholic. His stepmother and stepbrothers in Gainesville, Texas, abused him relentlessly-both physically and verbally. As a child, Mike bounced from school to school and from city to city. As a teenager, he turned to gangs and drugs for a sense of acceptance. Eventually, he ended up homeless, sleeping on rooftops and in alleys, and living out of his car. But after living as an abused child, a homeless and drug-addicted teenager, and a completely lost young adult, Mike decided to start over as a different person. Rock Bottom-From the Streets to Success tells Mike's story from his childhood in the 1960s until today. Mike escapes the darkness of his past and eventually puts his life back together to become a success in business and in his personal life. Follow Mike as he overcomes the hardships of his childhood and shares his experiences in hopes of helping others who may be facing their own challenges.
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Rosie Babysits a Roseate Spoonbill Story

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Round Newport

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Burt Jagolinzer has attended all 59 Newport Jazz Festivals -- the only person other than the festival's renowned founder and producer who can make such an astonishing claim. And through these years, he has amassed an extraordinary collection of stories that recall personal moments with jazz legends -- from Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong to Harry Connick, Jr. and Tony Bennett. Told here for the first time, Burt's stories are a must read for any fan of great jazz.
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Safe in Crab Apple Creek

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Barbara Ann Gordon was dead and buried, never to be heard from again. The last few months had been a nightmare. With the help of the U.S. Marshals she was on her way to a new home with a new identity. And now as Emily Gail Henshaw, she looked out the window of her new little house in Crab Apple Creek and saw the same guy she had met on the road earlier that day. Oh my God! The Hunk! He had made her feel things she hadn't felt in a long time. He was gorgeous! And he was her builder. It was promising to be an interesting meeting, and a long "hot" summer. The first time Emily saw the meadow where she would build her new home, the air seemed to shimmer. She saw visions of Native Spirits, felt the Magic from the mountain, and knew this was the right place. Her builder, Ethan, seemed to sense something paranormal, too. Might he have The Gift like her? Emily and Ethan's worlds were about to collide in the middle of an eruption of dance between good and evil. It seemed the Universe had plans for both of them that neither would be able to control.

Santo Domingo and Providence Tourist Guide

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Scared to Death

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Brian Beneduce has always known there was something wrong with him -- very wrong. Even at a young age when his friends were enjoying activities as harmless as sleepovers, he would hyperventilate, sweat and tremble at the mere thought. He never told a soul. As he got older his condition worsened. Open spaces, crowds, bridges, tunnels, elevators, planes and traffic all sent him into spells of debilitating fear and panic, but never more than when he would be trapped somewhere alone with his own thoughts, and would be convinced that "The Thing," as he named it, would someday kill him. Yet somehow, perhaps for the sake of his wife, children, or his business he vowed that he would find the willpower he needed to beat it -- or would die trying. Scared to Death.... Do It Anyway is one man's inspirational and tumultuous journey told through the thoughts, feelings and secrets of an acute agoraphobic. It not only chronicles three decades of severe panic and anxiety attacks, but it also reveals the healing thought process of self-realization that helped him defeat "The Thing," build a multi-million dollar business, and discover a life of true happiness.
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Scoundrels

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It has been said that political corruption is as old as government itself. Yet despite its timeless nature and its devastating impact on society, "political corruption" remains an elusive term that is difficult to define. In order to fully grasp its impact on government and society as a whole, it is critical to first have at least a cursory understanding of what corruption is and how it is measured. Using several infamous instances of corruption in Rhode Island politics as its framework (considered by many to be one of our nation's most corrupt states), Scoundrels: Defining Corruption Through Tales of Political Intrigue in Rhode Island attempts to define what has not always been easily recognized and for years, has eluded traditional definition. This book examines and categorizes various forms of corruption - including both active and passive practices - that have negative and deteriorating affects not only on the individuals who fall victim to the corrupt acts, but on society as a whole. Scoundrels is an unsettling chronicle of corruption in our times. And the authors warn that until all citizens unite in their opposition to, and the exposing of, all government corruption, nothing in our society will change, and our government of the people, by the people and for the people will continue to hurt the people it was intended to help.
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Scratched

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As Algy Temple, the deft pool player, sleuth and Ivy League university lawyer, investigates the suspicious death of a retired professor, it coincides with his involvement in a high stakes pool tournament in Providence, where old world shadows hang heavily in the air. Unexpectedly, he finds himself on a path that leads him to Rome and the Boot of Italy where he confronts the dreaded 'Ndrangheta crime family and discovers a past haunted by vendetta and conspiracy. Mobsters and shylocks, a Ponzi scheme, an outraged Italo-American community locked in a culture war with the University, a pool hustler's last gambit for recognition, and his fiancé's, the sassy and beautiful Nadie Winokur, focus on their upcoming wedding add complexity to the suspenseful tension. Algy picks his way through dark alleys of moral corruption and the murky world of big time pool where the match becomes a wager of life and death.

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Searching for RI

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A Fun and Educational Word Search Book for the Whole Family! Many consider Rhode Island to be a very small place. So it is surprising to learn how many great and wonderful things have come from "Little Rhody." From Slater Mill to the Touro Synagogue; from H.P Lovecraft to Pauly D; from Block Island to the Roger Williams Park Zoo, there are many wondrous and unique people, places and things that are proud to call Rhode Island home. So from the shores of Prudence Island to the peaks of Jerimoth Hill, have fun: "Searching for Rhode Island!"
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Seaside Lodge

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