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The Censor's Library by Nicole Moore Book Summary:
The first comprehensive examination of Australian book censorship, this enlightening and enthralling discussion is based on Nicole Moore's discovery of the secret "censor's library" in the National Archives. Combining scholarship with the narrative tension of a thriller, the book exposes the scandalous history of censorship in Australia. Built and maintained to ensure the books it held were not read--from the "Kama Sutra "to Lawrence's "Lady Chatterley's Lover "and Joyce's "Ulysses--"the censor's library was kept to negate the function of libraries: 793 boxes kept safe and intact for six decades. Through courtroom dramas and internecine bureaucracy, stolen libraries and police raids, authorial scandals and moral panics, this is a provocative account on a subject that continues to attract heated debate.
Clay Play! 24 Whimsical Projects by Terry Taylor Book Summary:
Winner of a Bronze 2014 Moonbeam Children's Book Award! Full-color illustrations and clear directions explain basic techniques and every step of the crafting process for 24 projects, including a happy heart, snazzy snail, dancing polar bear, and other charming keepsakes.
Love Inspired Suspense May 2015 - Box Set 1 of 2 by Lynette Eason,Camy Tang,Elisabeth Rees Book Summary:
More of the suspense you love—now Love Inspired Suspense brings you six new titles, in two convenient box sets! Enjoy these contemporary heart-pounding tales of suspense, romance, hope and faith. This Love Inspired Suspense box set includes Trail of Evidence by Lynette Eason, Gone Missing by Camy Tang and Lethal Exposure by Elisabeth Rees. Look for 6 new inspirational suspense stories every month from Love Inspired Suspense!
Denver by Sarah M. Nelson,Richard F. Carillo,Bonnie J. Clark,Lori E. Rhodes,Dean Saitta Book Summary:
A vivid account of the prehistory and history of Denver as revealed in its archaeological record, Denver: An Archaeological History invites us to imagine Denver as it once was. Around 12,000 B.C., groups of leather-clad Paleoindians passed through the juncture of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek, following the herds of mammoth or buffalo they hunted. In the Archaic period, people rested under the shade of trees along the riverbanks, with baskets full of plums as they waited for rabbits to be caught in their nearby snares. In the early Ceramic period, a group of mourners adorned with yellow pigment on their faces and beads of eagle bone followed Cherry Creek to the South Platte to attend a funeral at a neighboring village. And in 1858, the area was populated by the crude cottonwood log shacks with dirt floors and glassless windows, the homes of Denver's first inhabitants. For at least 10,000 years, Greater Denver has been a collection of diverse lifeways and survival strategies, a crossroads of interaction, and a locus of cultural coexistence. Setting the scene with detailed descriptions of the natural environment, summaries of prehistoric sites, and archaeologists' knowledge of Denver's early inhabitants, Nelson and her colleagues bring the region's history to life. From prehistory to the present, this is a compelling narrative of Denver's cultural heritage that will fascinate lay readers, amateur archaeologists, professional archaeologists, and academic historians alike.
The Isle of Man with the Means of Access Thereto and an Introduction to Its Scenery... by Joseph George Cumming Book Summary:
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How to Make Clay Characters by Maureen Carlson Book Summary:
With polymer clay and imagination, Maureen Carlson has brought a whole world of cheery little characters to life. You can do it, too! This book makes it fun and easy—no sculpting experience or fancy equipment required! You'll find lots of full-color pictures and detailed, step-by-step projects to lead you all the way—starting with simple, neighborhood kids, and progressing to more complex characters like Grandma and Saint Nick. You'll learn how to make every detail just right, from hair to facial expressions to feet. When you get the hang of it, you can create lively little folks of your own imaginings...even personalize our clay characters for extra-special gifts. No two will ever be exactly alike, but each one is guaranteed to make you smile!
Crafting with 4 Supplies by Susan M. Banker Book Summary:
Each chapter features several projects that use the same four suppliesCreative ideas for flowerpots, beads, colored wire, paper, ribbon, stamps, and moreStep-by-step, easy-to-follow instructions and color photos for each project carefully guide crafters Techniques, tips, and advice help projects go smoothly
Rubber Stamped Jewelry by Sharilyn Miller Book Summary:
A world of creative jewelry design at your fingertips! Now you can combine the self-expressive qualities of rubber stamping with the elegance of jewelry-making. It's easier than you think! Sharilyn Miller provides all of the tips and techniques you need inside. She clearly illustrates the basics of jewelry-making, then provides step-by-step guidelines for creating beautiful embellishments with rubber stamps and easy-to-find materials, including polymer clay, decorative fibers, shrink plastic, foam, copper and glass. You'll also find 20 exciting wearable art projects, complete with easy-to-follow instructions and attractive full-color photographs. Throughout, Miller helps you craft imaginative, attractive pieces of jewelry that are ready to wear or give as gifts!
Exhibition of Early English Earthenware by Burlington Fine Arts Club,James Whitbread Lee Glaisher Book Summary:
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Twisted Road Home by Donald L. Ball Book Summary:
Seasoned detective, Jason Carmichael, is assigned the task of determining the controversial death of a fellow deputy in the mountains east of Sonora, California. Assertions of suicide, a possible accident, or a drug-related hit plague Jason since there is no conclusive evidence to prove either. Sheriff Owen Wheeler assigns a gutsy, self-confident woman as an aide to Jason. Attractive and married, the woman demands the deceased deputy be, at least, afforded the dignity of an official burial. An act she feels will finally bring him home. Having this woman at his side was not Jason's choice, but soon finds out what his life would be without her. A tiny circle is Jason's only compelling evidence to solving the case until their paths cross with that of a rogue cop who makes an unsolicited remark while being questioned as part of another wider investigation. Will Jason condemn this rogue or thank him?