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Prodigy by Mark Millar,Rafael Albuquerque Book Summary:
Edison Crane est l'homme le plus intelligent du monde. Ce milliardaire est également un scientifique, un artiste et un aventurier. Quand le gouvernement se retrouve face à un problème insurmontable, il fait appel à lui. Habitué à accomplir des missions difficiles, Edison Crane s'apprête aujourd'hui à relever son plus grand défi... MARK MILLAR (Civil War, Kick-Ass, The Magic Order) et RAFAEL ALBUQUERQUE (Batman, American Vampire) signent un thriller qui vous prend à la gorge et ne vous lâche plus.
Prodigy by Marie Lu Book Summary:
Quand deux ennemis jurés forment la plus improbable des alliances... June et Day ont échappé à leurs poursuivants. Réfugiés à Vegas, ils rencontrent un groupe de rebelles, les Patriotes, qui consentent à les aider à s’enfuir. Mais il y a une condition. Prêts à tout, les deux adolescents acceptent : ils savent que, sans les rebelles, leurs heures sont comptées. Pourtant, June doute: et s’ils s’apprêtaient à plonger le pays dans la guerre civile ? Déchirée entre son sens du devoir, ses intuitions et ses sentiments, elle devra prendre la décision la plus difficile de son existence. Et Day aura-t-il suffisamment confiance en sa nouvelle complice pour remettre sa vie et celle des siens entre ses mains ? « Un deuxième tome qui ne joue pas les seconds violons: il apporte à la série son lot d’intrigues et de plaisir de lecture. » - Los Angeles Times « Un thriller romantique dans un monde post-apocalyptique où les apparences sont trompeuses: inoubliable. » - KAMI GARCIA, auteure de 16 Lunes « Un scénario réglé au millimètre, des personnages fouillés et de l’émotion: Legend mérite tous les éloges. » - The New York Times Book Review
The Prodigy by John Feinstein Book Summary:
From award-winning sportswriter John Feinstein, a YA novel about a teen golfer poised to blaze his way into Masters Tournament history—and he’ll face secrecy, sacrifice, and the decision of a lifetime to get there. Seventeen-year-old Frank Baker is a golfing sensation. He’s set to earn a full-ride scholarship to play at the university of his choice, but his single dad wants him to skip college and turn pro—golf has taken its toll on the family bank account, and his dad is eager to start cashing in on his son’s prowess. Frank knows he isn’t ready for life on the pro tour—regardless of the potential riches—so his swing coach enlists a professional golfer turned journalist to be Frank’s secret adviser. Pressure mounts when, after reaching the final of the U.S. Amateur tournament, Frank wins an automatic invite to the Masters. And when the prodigy, against all odds, starts tearing up the course at Augusta National, sponsors are lined up to throw money at him—and his father. But Frank’s entry in the Masters hinges on maintaining his standing as an amateur. Can he and his secret adviser—who has his own conflicts—keep Frank’s dad at bay long enough to bring home the legendary green jacket?
Prodigy Houses of Virginia by Barbara Burlison Mooney Book Summary:
Introduction : "An art which shews so much" -- Defining the prodigy house : architectural aesthetics and the colonial dialect -- "Blind stupid fortune" : profiling the architectural patron -- "Reason reascends her throne" : the impact of dowry -- "Each rascal will be a director" : architectural patrons and the building process -- Learning to become "good mechanics in building" -- Epistemologies of female space : early Tidewater mansions -- Political power and the limits of genteel architecture
The Psychology of a Musical Prodigy by Géza Révész Book Summary:
First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Prodigy by Cassandra,Hayley Lawson,Michael Anderle Book Summary:
Salem, Massachusetts is having problems, and high school student Jessica Palmer’s life is about to become strange beyond belief. Those cops frightened to death in the cemetery? Yes, they really were. When a young, good-looking demon-hunting witch Chad Hollingsworth comes into town to help stop the problems, he has to ask Jessica’s mom and grandmother for help. The challenge? Her mom wants nothing to do with her family legacy, and her grandmother’s reputation as a looney old witch who talks to cats ... Is it that far from the truth? Now Jessica has to learn enough of the concealed magical world to decide if she wants to be involved. Then again, that world may not allow her the option of choosing. Can she survive her new reality? Jessica comes from Witch Royalty, and plenty of enemies want her dead before she gets a chance to learn anything about her past. Click the button to find out how one young woman learns, makes mistakes, and juggles life with opportunities that challenge her future.
A prodigy, by the author of 'Modern German music'. by Henry Fothergill Chorley Book Summary:
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The Prodigy's Cousin by Joanne Ruthsatz,Kimberly Stephens Book Summary:
We all know the autistic genius stereotypes. The absentminded professor with untied shoelaces. The geeky Silicon Valley programmer who writes bulletproof code but can’t get a date. But there is another set of (tiny) geniuses whom you would never add to those ranks—child prodigies. We mostly know them as the chatty and charming tykes who liven up daytime TV with violin solos and engaging banter. These kids aren’t autistic, and there has never been any kind of scientific connection between autism and prodigy. Until now. Over the course of her career, psychologist Joanne Ruthsatz has quietly assembled the largest-ever research sample of these children. Their accomplishments are epic. One could reproduce radio tunes by ear on a toy guitar at two years old. Another was a thirteen-year-old cooking sensation. And what Ruthsatz’s investigation revealed is nothing short of astonishing. Though the prodigies aren’t autistic, many have autistic family members. Each prodigy has an extraordinary memory and a keen eye for detail—well-known but often-overlooked strengths associated with autism. Ruthsatz and her daughter and coauthor, Kimberly Stephens, now propose a startling possibility: What if the abilities of child prodigies stem from a genetic link with autism? And could prodigies— children who have many of the strengths of autism but few of the challenges—be the key to a long-awaited autism breakthrough? In The Prodigy’s Cousin, Ruthsatz and Stephens narrate the poignant stories of the children they have studied, including that of a two-year-old who loved to spell words like “algorithm” and “confederation,” a six-year-old painter who churned out masterpieces faster than her parents could hang them, and a typically developing thirteen-year-old who smacked his head against a church floor and woke up a music prodigy. This inspiring tale of extraordinary children, indomitable parents, and a researcher’s unorthodox hunch is essential reading for anyone interested in the brain and human potential. Ruthsatz and Stephens take us from the prodigies’ homes to the depths of the autism archives to the cutting edge of genetics research, all while upending our understanding of what makes exceptional talent possible. From the Hardcover edition.
Adventures of Prodigy 1 by Gregg Dixon Book Summary:
From a brooding loner to a savvy super hero, Gregg Dixon has taken on the troubles of the world as his owns. Born with the power to replicate the abilities of animals and humans alike, Prodigy not only stands for peace but fights for it as well. Due to the death of an close friend Gregg Dixon has taken the task of preserving what little peace left in today's corrupt world. In a struggle against the evil forces of the world and against the pressures of his own life. Join Gregg Dixon in his trials and adventures of his life in the first installment of the Prodigy series entitled The Birth of a Hero.
Prodigy by Dave Kalstein Book Summary:
"If the characters from Less Than Zero and The Secret History woke up in a novel by Philip K. Dick, they'd get along famously with the precocious students of Stansbury." –Dustin Thomason, bestselling author of The Rule of Four A thriller set in the future at an ultra-elite prep school that asks: what is the price of perfection? In the year 2036, the world's best boarding school is the Stansbury School. The students, better known as specimens, are screened at a young age and then given twelve years of the finest education -- and developmental drug regiment --available. Stansbury graduates -- physically and mentally -- are in a class all by themselves. Four out of five go on to Harvard, Yale or Princeton; twenty out of the top thirty Forbes 500 companies have Stansbury CEOs, eight graduates have become U. S. Senators, and two sit on the Supreme Court. But when a string of alumni are murdered, school officials -- looking to avoid a public relations disaster -- decide to keep the police in the dark. They discreetly ask the school's Valedictorian to solve the mystery, but he discovers that the most obvious culprit (the school's resident chemically imbalanced delinquent -- and the Valedictorian's nemesis) is being framed. Together, the two unlikely allies uncover a massive conspiracy that reaches to the highest levels of the Stansbury administration and the United States government. A riveting thriller about America's obsession with genius and the potential of youth, Dave Kalstein's Prodigy is not only a chilling vision of the very near future, it's an authentic coming-of-age story for the 21st Century.
Prodigy by Kim Vanover Book Summary:
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Prodigy by Charles Atkins Book Summary:
James "Jimmy" Martin IV should never have been released from the mental institution. But thanks to incredible wealth and a devoted twin sister, that's just what happens. Once a gifted cellist who wowed audiences at Carnegie Hall, Jimmy is now confined to his Gramercy Park mansion. Surrounded by memories of his sadistic parents, the dangerous sociopath is now free to act on every dark impulse – even if it means kidnapping the beautiful Dr. Barret Conyors. When Dr. Conyors realizes she's the target of Jimmy's twisted love, it's too late. The forensic psychiatrist finds herself at the mercy of a cunning madman, his ruthless sister, and their wicked plan to produce an heir. This gripping psychological thriller takes you inside the mind of the criminally insane, as well as the compelling world of forensic psychiatry.
Prodigy by Natasha Brown Book Summary:
"The ending if this book was incredible - I did not see that coming at all!!! ONE SENTENCE: Definitely worth a read."-- Worm's Magical Library of Books Blog "As a Montessori Adolescent Guide, I looked for books like this for my students. This is a great adolescent read!" "This journey is about discovering ones own abilities and strengths, learning to trust your instincts, and the depth of love constantly shimmering between Ana and Chance. An excellent follow up from the first book, I look forward to reading book three of The Shapeshifter Chronicles." -- Author Amy Manemann The adventure continues for Chance and Ana in book 2 of The Shapeshifter Chronicles Book Description: In Clark Bend, Idaho, Chance Morgan's dreams are haunted by the last moments shared with his grandfather. Memories of the fateful day when he died plague his thoughts, and without his grandfather's council, his shapeshifting powers mysteriously fail him. Desperate to seek out a new mentor and learn more about the mystical world he was sheltered from, Chance must travel far from home to hunt for answers. Eighteen-year-old, Ana Hughes has only known Chance for a few months, but he quickly found his way into her heart. Since being rescued from Chance's power-hungry cousin, and coming back from death, Ana is unwilling to leave his side, and joins him on his quest to the Yucatan in search of a new mentor. When Chance's memories fall into place and reveal a threat from their past, Chance and Ana must fight to survive - or die trying. Suggested reading age- 13 years old and up It is recommended that parents participate in book selections to decide whether a book is appropriate for their children.
The Prodigy by Amy Wallace Book Summary:
William James Sidis (1898-1944) was born to a psychologist with some unorthodox ideas about child rearing, attended Harvard at an absurdly young age, burned out at 14, and spent most of the rest of his life working menial jobs and living in poverty. Dubbed a ``failed prodigy'' by the popular press, he lived out his years as an eccentric and a recluse. The truth is a lot more complex than this, and the "failure" a matter of perspective, as shown in this remarkable biography. Wallace's book, the only biography of this most enigmatic of prodigies, gives us a balanced look at Sidis' up-bringing and a somewhat revisionist look at his later life. Sidis apparently was hard at work on manuscripts of various sorts even during his later years; this book is to my knowledge the only one that gives an account of that later work, which dealt with American Indians. New manuscripts by Sidis have surfaced since the writing of this book, including a book on traffic accident patterns.
Cleveland Prodigy by Flavia Zappa Book Summary:
Cleveland Prodigy is perhaps the only children's book about an Italian-American child prodigy set in Cleveland. With this story the author hopes to interest children in classical music - specifically introducing them to the audition process, the Italian culture, family life, and Cleveland. This story also teaches children an important lesson about life.
The Prodigy - Uncensored on the Record by N.A Book Summary:
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Blueseed Prodigy by Frederick Ford Book Summary:
This intricate action, thriller novel takes place in a futuristic United States. Foreign start ups and workers are outlawed; the protagonists Victor, Mario and Kira employ an ingenious cover to circumvent the law, a floating casino-resort called Blueseed, located in International waters off the coast of California. However, they are soon in peril because of the powerful United States Immigration and Business (I & B) department, headed by Maurice, a religious fanatic who is hell-bent on transforming America into a fascist country. Acting on behalf of the US President and his policies, Maurice joins a major UN coalition to advance his agenda but unknown to him they have their own agenda. He orders repeated militia attacks on the Blueseed Prodigy partners (across the United States and into Canada) who threaten his vision. As the stakes become higher and more dangerous, the protagonists enlist other allies including Lawrence, the CEO of the private Space Agency, Alpha Centura. The Blueseed Prodigy battle on two fronts: to enlist support to foil the UN conspiracy, and to defend against the assaults on their lives. Our protagonists are outnumbered! Can they succeed? The fate of the Free World is at stake!
Prodigy Effect by Don Pendleton Book Summary:
STONY MAN Fighting terror around the globe, the Stony Man team is a covert group only a few know exists, acting under order of the President. Dedicated to saving the innocent, these men risk everything—including their lives—to keep the peace in situations where no one else can. Extreme Recovery First an unmanned spy drone ends up in American air space and then U.S. operatives in China are killed trying to help a teen prodigy defect. Then it appears the boy might be the brains behind the spy tech. While Phoenix Force attempts to bring the teenage scientist back to the U.S. without triggering retribution from the Chinese government, Able Team's mission in Alaska to recover the drone becomes a matter of international security. Because the good guys aren't the only ones bent on retrieval. The spies are covering their trail…with lethal efficiency.
Baby Prodigy by Barbara Candiano-Marcus Book Summary:
ENHANCE YOUR BABY’S POTENTIAL! Winner of thirteen national awards, the Baby Prodigy Company’s DVDs and CDs have opened up an exciting new world for babies to explore. Now the creator of this landmark series presents a simple, straightforward guide no parent should be without. This fascinating book shows how stimulation affects the intelligence and happiness of your baby. It provides a program of activities that will enrich your infant’s sensory awareness–hearing, seeing, touching, feeling, and tasting–in order to jumpstart amazing brain growth during the critical first three years of life. Discover: • sanity-saving tips for sleepless nights, fussy days, colic, and more • bonding and soothing techniques to use during your baby’s first three weeks of life • easy, pleasurable activities to promote development in very young infants • milestones to look for as your child grows–from birth through toddlerhood • creative ways to stimulate curiosity, attention span, memory, and nervous system advancement • the ideal books and toys that will inspire learning and retention • baby talk: what your baby is trying to say, and how to talk to your baby at every stage of development From the Trade Paperback edition.
The Horse's Prodigy by Blaze Strain Book Summary:
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