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Dad Says He Saw You at the Mall

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Dad Says He Saw You at the Mall by Ken Sparling Book Summary:

Fiction. From Ken Sparling's intro: "When someone asked me what DAD SAYS HE SAW YOU AT THE MALL was about, it felt like I'd seen a beautiful tree and struggled to describe it to someone, only to have that someone say: 'Yes, but what is the tree about?' You wouldn't know how to answer that question. It isn't the right question. The tree wasn't ever about anything. It was just beautiful."

Next: New Generation Of Graphic Design

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Next: New Generation Of Graphic Design by Jesse Marinoff Reyes Book Summary:

Young designers and students are hungry to know what their peers are doing in today's graphic design field. This book showcases many of the best designers in their 20s and 30s who are producing innovative, eye-catching work with posters, book covers and jackets, CD packaging and other music media. Brief interviews with each artist illuminate the ideas behind their work. Next also helps jump-start the creative process by presenting fresh, edgy concepts that designers can't see anywhere else and it's a wonderful tool for older designers, enabling them to get a handle on the visual language understood by younger consumers. Selling points: No other survey book focuses on designers in their 20s and 30s. Includes an introduction by the dean of underground designers, award-winner Art Chantry.

Contemporary Authors

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Contemporary Authors by Amy Elisabeth Fuller Book Summary:

A biographical and bibliographical guide to current writers in all fields including poetry, fiction and nonfiction, journalism, drama, television and movies. Information is provided by the authors themselves or drawn from published interviews, feature stories, book reviews and other materials provided by the authors/publishers.

Quill & Quire

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ID

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ID by N.A Book Summary:

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The Original Canadian City Dweller's Almanac

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The Original Canadian City Dweller's Almanac by Hal Niedzviecki,Darren Sean Wershler-Henry Book Summary:

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Fifty Books and Fifty Covers

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Fifty Books and Fifty Covers by American Institute of Graphic Arts. Book Show Book Summary:

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Creative Nonfiction

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Best of the Web 2009

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Best of the Web 2009 by Lee K. Abbott,Nathan Leslie Book Summary:

Annual series highlighting the best fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and flash fiction from exclusively online literary journals.

Less Is More: New Simplicity In Graphic Design

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Less Is More: New Simplicity In Graphic Design by Steven Heller,Anne Fink Book Summary:

This text explores the emerging less is more attitude in graphic design through work and insight from 96 of today''s hottest designers. Featured profiles examine the individual styles and influences of seven prominent designers.'

Library Journal

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Concrete Forest

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Concrete Forest by Hal Niedzviecki Book Summary:

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The Quarterly

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For Those Whom God Has Blessed with Fingers

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For Those Whom God Has Blessed with Fingers by Ken Sparling Book Summary:

"There is no way to describe the book, short of writing the entire thing out by hand. I have put a great deal of loving devotion into creating something that is just itself and I do everything I can to foil the evil plans of villains determined to summarize and label everything they lay their eyes and minds upon." - Ken SparlingBy the author of [A Novel by Ken Sparling], (Pedlar Press, 2003), and Dad Says He Saw You At The Mall, (Knopf, New York, 1996).

The Subway

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The Subway by Philip Reyburn Quinn Book Summary:

The Toronto subway system functions like a mirror, you see what you want to see; sometimes acts of inexpressible kindness and beauty, and often just that cold paralyzing indifference that exists between strangers. Ensconced in the hard physicality of the Toronto subway system, its mechanisms and those elements of humanity that occasionally peer out from behind the Metro, The Sub Way illustrates the history of the TTC and the parallel impact it has on those riding it. The Sub Way examines an underground that in many ways performs as the central nervous system to the city of Toronto. Blending both lyric poetry and found text, readers enter Quinns Sub Way, and between stops and starts, effectively see their own subterranean selves. philip quinn lives in Toronto. His poetry has appeared in Inkstone, Rampike, sub-Terrain, Cabaret Vert, Snow Monkey and Anemone Sidecar. His short fiction has appeared in Quarry, blood + aphorisms, Front & Centre, Canadian Fiction magazine, Kiss Machine, Broken Pencil and Lichen journal. In 2000, a collection of short fiction entitled Dis Location, Stories After the Flood was published by Gutter Press. The Double, a novel, was published by Gutter in 2003. Quinns journalism has appeared in the Ottawa Citizen, National Post and the Toronto Star. The Sub Way is his first collection of poetry.

Book Review Index 1997 Cumulation

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Book Review Index 1997 Cumulation by Beverly Baer Book Summary:

Provides quick access to reviews of books, periodicals, books on tape and electronic media representing a wide range of popular, academic, and professional interests. More than 60 publications are indexed, including journals and national general interest publications and newspapers.

Canadian Literary Periodicals Index

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Canadian Periodical Index

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Creepy Christmas

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Creepy Christmas by Jaimie Admans Book Summary:

Strange things are occurring in the neighbourhood. A mysterious snowfall, one Santa too many, and eyes of coal that watch you wherever you go. Ten-year-old Kaity is busy trying to get rid of her mum's creepy new boyfriend and reunite her divorced parents, but her curiosity gets the better of her when she meets the new mall Santa and his enchanting daughter Blizzard. Can Kaity help them save Christmas from being destroyed by Anti-Claus - a pretend Santa who is a permanent member of the naughty list? It's Christmas in the village of Chelferry, but this year the snowmen can move, the fairy won't stay on top of the Christmas tree, and if you listen closely to the musical Christmas cards, you can hear the faint sound of screaming over the Jingle Bells... - - - - - - - - - - Creepy Christmas is a 50,000 word (approx 200 pages) novel suitable for ages 8 and upwards. [Keywords: Christmas, family, divorce, middle-grade, Santa, holidays, festive, freebie, free.]

This Poem Is a House

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This Poem Is a House by Ken Sparling Book Summary:

From accomplished writer Ken Sparling comes a spare verse novel about a girl and a boy and the life they're writing together. But the girl wants a story and the boy wants a poem, and the furniture in the house is stuck in the middle. Meditative and magical, a book as complicated as the ways we love, This Poem Is a House is, in the end, about a girl's story sheltering a boy's poem, the way a house shelters the lives of the people who live in it. Ken Sparling has written six novels, including Dad Says He Saw You at the Mall (Knopf, 1996), commissioned by Gordon Lish. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.

Book

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Book by Ken Sparling Book Summary:

Imagine there was just one thing you were trying to say, and you weren't even sure what it was you were trying to say exactly, you just felt you had something to say, so you kept trying to say what it was you were trying to say and hoping that one time you would say it in a way that would allow you to finally see just exactly what it was you'd been trying to say. Imagine that sometimes you managed to say what you were trying to say better than other times, and you collected the best examples of what you were trying to say and put them together in a book hoping that, by saying it a bunch of times in a bunch of different ways, you'd maybe get closer to seeing what you'd been trying to say.

Hush Up and Listen Stinky Poo Butt

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Hush Up and Listen Stinky Poo Butt by Ken Sparling Book Summary:

Formerly available only in handmade editions, constructed upon request, Hush Up and Listen Stinky Poo Butt is Ken Sparling's elusive follow up to his critically acclaimed debut novel, Dad Says He Saw You At The Mall. Hush Up is a starkly honest look at fatherhood, from the indie master of realism. Includes a brand new preface from Derek McCormack, the author of The Show That Smells and The Haunted Hillbilly

Intention, Implication, Wind

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Intention, Implication, Wind by Ken Sparling Book Summary:

About the novel: After Chappy leaves home, Mirror falls off the house and comes to an important decision about her future and the future of the owl-eyed boy. On her subsequent journey, Mirror hears a voice like a can opener opening a can of trumpets. Read this book and you will start to hear sounds other people don’t hear. Sounds locked deep inside walls, stirring to get out. Sounds in the chests of the people you pass in parks. Sounds deep under the ground, where darkness covers men skinned in humid walls, clambering in endless circles, looping endlessly back on themselves, till they turn their ways of being inside-out.

Hope Is a Ferris Wheel

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Hope Is a Ferris Wheel by Robin Herrera Book Summary:

Ten-year-old Star Mackie lives in a trailer park with her flaky mom and her melancholy older sister, Winter, whom Star idolizes. Moving to a new town has made it difficult for Star to make friends, when her classmates tease her because of where she lives and because of her layered blue hair. But when Star starts a poetry club, she develops a love of Emily Dickinson and, through Dickinson’s poetry, learns some important lessons about herself and comes to terms with her hopes for the future. With an unforgettable voice with a lot of heart, Hope Is a Ferris Wheel is the story of a young girl who learns to accept her family and herself while trying to make sense of the world around her. Praise for Hope is a Ferris Wheel STARRED REVIEW "Herrera’s first novel is quite accomplished, with plenty of heart and humor, especially apparent in the spelling assignments Star has to complete but refuses to turn in, as she uses them as a sort of journal. Star is a unique, determined, and loving child making the best of a bad situation; readers cannot help but root for her." --School Library Journal, starred review "Well-constructed, thought-provoking and appealing, this first effort bodes well for the author’s future." --Kirkus Reviews "In her debut, Herrera has created a delightful narrator with a memorable voice and surrounded her with a unique supporting cast. Got fans of Joan Bauer in your neck of the woods? Send them this way." --Booklist "A tender and truthful novel that addresses stereotypes without promising easy answers or cookie-cutter closure." --Publishers Weekly "First-time author Herrera, telling the story from Star’s point of view, gives readers a front-row seat to all the embarrassment and angst of Star’s jumbled life—and all of the triumphs. Here’s hoping we hear more from this author." --The Horn Book Magazine "Star’s contemplation, through poetic metaphors and real-life relationships, of what really matters in her life is compelling. Additionally, the poetry angle offers food for thought for those just coming to understand the power and purpose of metaphor, and Star’s vocabulary assignments, occasionally interspersed between chapters, provide inspiration and entertainment for word-lovers." --Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books

The Pall Mall Budget

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A Very Merry Guinea Dog

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A Very Merry Guinea Dog by Patrick Jennings Book Summary:

Rufus's first Christmas with Fido, the guinea pig that acts like a dog, is not what he expected. Shredded wrapping paper, opened presents, a toppled Christmas tree are only some of the ingredients, but the main one is humor.

Lost in Between Dimensions

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Lost in Between Dimensions by Jorge Scerba Book Summary:

Learning the history how the Earth people got here on the planet Zoohr and how they got trapped there in another dimension; therefore, I would like to read the history of the Vaporich Empire before the Earth crew got here and why?

A Gift

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A Gift by P.S. Wall Book Summary:

Character-driven fiction with themes of the supernatural, loss, love, crime, and culture. Main character Derek Jones wakes up on the morning of his twenty-fifth birthday with the gift of premonition and is in for the ride of his life. Derek lives with his mother, Eileen, in the family home on Burwood Road, Sydney, Australia. Eileen lost her husband, Derek’s father, to lung cancer ten years prior. Her younger sister, Robin, cared for Derek at that time. Experiencing a loss of her own in the story (miscarriage), Robin is just an ordinary girl caught up in the extraordinary. Derek’s eventual girlfriend, Selena Jacobs, is the daughter of an eminent surgeon and is a practicing Christian. An unlikely bond is formed with Derek as he has a premonition about her being attacked—and she is in the hotel car park. Selena also lost her mother around the same age as he lost his father. Her brother and antagonist, James, thinks his sister is way too good for the likes of Derek. The attack on Selena introduces criminals Kraut and his girlfriend, Jezza, to the story as these two down-and-outers are at the rear of the hotel car park breaking into cars when rich bitch Selena walks up. Their tale is one of consequences. The premonition element, along with cultural and class distinction, draws in the main characters as the plotline weaves through a series of actions and events toward a fulfilling climax. Although Derek’s story is far from over, the epilogue sets up a continuation with the emergence of his mysterious uncle Doug.

The Pall Mall Magazine

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See No Evil

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See No Evil by Diane Young Book Summary:

When Shawn and Daniel witness a gang beating behind the local mall they flee the scene, terrified that they've been seen. They recognize one of the attackers as a locally infamous gang member. When they learn that the kid who was attacked is in critical condition, Shawn wants to go to the police, but Daniel convinces him that they are in more danger if they speak up. The threats they receive from other members of the gang reinforce the boys' fears. When the gang attacks Daniel, Shawn has to put his own safety at risk to help his friend.

American Book Publishing Record

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L'Actualité

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Have a New Teenager by Friday

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Have a New Teenager by Friday by Dr. Kevin Leman Book Summary:

Parents may survive the terrible twos and the first years of school all right, but the teenage years bring entirely new and alien creatures. So, parents have a choice: either send that teenager to boarding school and visit him when he reaches normalcy again (in about ten years) or choose to experience the best, most fun years of life--together! The secret is in how the parental cards are played. With his signature wit and commonsense psychology, internationally recognized family expert and New York Times bestselling author Dr. Kevin Leman helps parents communicate with the "whatever" generation establish healthy boundaries and workable guidelines gain respect--even admiration--from their teenager turn selfish behavior around navigate the critical years with confidence pack their teenager's bags with what they need for life now and in the future become the major difference maker in their teenager's life Teenagers can successfully face the many temptations of adolescence and grow up to be great adults. And parents, Dr. Leman says, are the ones who can make all the difference, because they count far more in their teenager's life than they'll ever know . . . even if their teenager won't admit it (at least until she's in college and wants to know how to do the laundry).

The Canadian forum

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The Lost Night

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The Lost Night by Rachel Howard Book Summary:

An account of a journalist's investigation into the unsolved murder of her father describes the events surrounding his death when the author was ten years old, her adulthood reconnection with her father's family, and her struggles to come to terms with his loss. 20,000 first printing.

You Have No Rights

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You Have No Rights by Matthew Rothschild Book Summary:

A collection of sobering true accounts about everyday Americans whose civil liberties have been compromised by policies instituted after September 11 includes the stories of a woman who was fired after placing a Kerry/Edwards bumper sticker on her car, a teacher who was investigated after assigning an Iraq War essay, and a woman who was questioned after posting an anti-Bush sign in her yard. Original.

Can I Really Have a Relationship with God?

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Can I Really Have a Relationship with God? by Cook Communications Ministries Book Summary:

Your youth group is like no other-so a cookie-cutter curriculum just won't do. With a single book you have the basics for 15 complete sessions-and you can put it all together in a way that works for you. Each topic has been developed by ministry experts to be teen-relevant and spiritually enriching. Each five-session book also includes a 14-point plan for customizing your program, a selection of ice breakers, thought provokers, reproducible handouts, and an encouraging how-to article from well-known youth ministry experts! Can I Really Have a Relationship with God? Is Anybody There?--Reaching for a Real Relationship with God (Helps address teen's hunger to get in touch with the One who really loves them. Deal with questions about talking to God and walking with Him every day.) Free Gifts for Everybody!--Discovering your Spiritual Gifts (Introduces teens to the topic of spiritual gifts. They learn how to identify their gifts and put them to use for the benefit of the body of believers.) Going Against the Flow--When Being a Christian Feels Weird (Tackles discomfort zones involved in being a Christian. Explore issues like being ridiculed for one's faith, standing up for what's right, sharing one's faith with others.) Features: 400+ options for full customization 15 sessions with reproducible resources

I Loved You, Logan McGee!

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I Loved You, Logan McGee! by Irene Bennett Brown Book Summary:

After her boyfriend Logan breaks up with her, thirteen-year-old Calla experiences heartbreak and then finds her love turning to hate and thoughts of revenge.

God on the Starting Line

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God on the Starting Line by Marc Bloom Book Summary:

“This is much more than a story of different religions, Jewish and Catholic, meeting on the cross-country course. I was drawn into the story by an even more eternal struggle: old vs new. Coach Bloom preaches the value of pain, hard work, suffering, and delayed gratification. His cross-country kids are, well, kids. They want to have fun, chase girls, and enjoy the loosey-goosey life. In Bloom’s inspiring tale, both coach and kids learn surprising lessons from each other.” —Amby Burfoot, executive editor, Runner’s World “God on the Starting Line is a classic, a tribute to all those who pursue excellence with talent, pride, courage, and the ability to endure. It’s the best sports book I’ve read in years and should be required reading.” —Bud Greenspan, Emmy Award-winning Olympic filmmaker _____________________ When Marc Bloom began coaching boys’ cross-country at a small Catholic high school, he almost quit in frustration. The boys rejected Bloom’s attempts at discipline, fooled around at practice and, one day, tossed a team member into the ocean. Bloom persisted, seeking to instill good values and help the boys achieve a sense of personal heroism through running. Fueled by the spiritual teachings of his Jewish faith to “repair the world,” Bloom began to make an impression on the boys, drawing out their courage and elements of their own faith. When Bloom combined ideas of hard work, passion, prayer, and suffering for a cause—a belief system necessary to sustain the rigors of cross-country running—the Running Roses ran their hearts out, making them state championship contenders and teaching the coach many lessons along the way. This is an important book for all runners, and for parents, coaches, and everyone who is touched by the joy and exaltation of young people who have much to teach the adult world about honor, decency, and the pursuit of excellence.