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1. Barefoot at the Lake A Memoir of Summer People and Water Creatures (Large Print Edition) - Bruce Fogle

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Teeming with wonderful characters, Barefoot at the Lake is the story of a boy discovering his place in the world and realising his deep connection with nature. It is a memoir that will utterly transport you – you’ll feel the sun on your face, the pebbles of the lake under foot and catch the scent of the pine on the wind.

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2. Barefoot at the Lake A Memoir of Summer People and Water Creatures (Large Print Edition) - Bruce Fogle

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Teeming with wonderful characters, Barefoot at the Lake is the story of a boy discovering his place in the world and realising his deep connection with nature. It is a memoir that will utterly transport you – you’ll feel the sun on your face, the pebbles of the lake under foot and catch the scent of the pine on the wind.

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3. Beautiful Day - Kate Anthony

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Rachel is returning to work, and as she discovers, juggling a new job, three children and an ex-husband can feel like drowning. Philip doesn't seem like an obvious lifesaver. He has just lost the one person who ever cared for him and he doesn't know how to live in the real world. But might Philip and Rachel each have something the other needs?

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4. Breakfast with Tiffany - Edwin John Wintle

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A frank and funny account of how Ed copes when his misbehaving 13 year old niece, Tiffany, moves into his Manhattan life. This is a book about growing up, families, parenting and about having no idea what to do next.

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5. Born Under a Million Shadows - Andrea Busfield

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A tale of forbidden love between an Englishwoman and a Kabul warlord, as seen through the eyes of a young Afghan boy.

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6. Before We Met - Lucie Whitehouse

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A Richard and Judy Summer Read 2014

Hannah Reilly has seized her chance at happiness. Until the day her husband fails to come home…

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7. Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk - Ben Fountain

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On returning home from war, nineteen-year-old Billy Lynn is welcomed as a decorated soldier and a national celebrity. Now they are the guests of honour at a nationally broadcast Thanksgiving Day Game at the Texas Stadium. But tomorrow they must go back to war.

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8. Butter Safe Than Sorry - Tamar Myers

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Mennonite innkeeper Magdalena Yoder is at the bank with her four-year-old son when three 'Amish' men, strangely sporting moustaches, burst in and start shooting - and swearing. Magdalena springs into action to catch the thieves.

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9. Blue Water Stories from a Life Afloat (Large Print 16pt) - Lindsay Wright

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Blue Water is a collection of true adventure stories from a writer in love with the sea From an action-packed journey to the Arctic ice pack, encounters with whales and storms, to rescuing a derelict yacht - only to later be washed ashore on a New Zealand beach - Lindsay Wright has experienced it all. His writing conveys the range of emotions felt by the sailor - the sheer joy of soaring over the waves like a tern, the satisfaction of navigating using only a sextant and the stars instead of a modern-day GPS receiver - and reflects on the spiritual bond between seafarers. Blue Water is a book for all those who hear the call of the ocean and dream of when they can next go down to the sea.

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10. Breaking Light - Karin Altenberg

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A mesmerising tale set in a haunted landscape, of the ways in which something once broken in two may, finally, be made whole.

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11. Bad Dirt: Wyoming Stories 2 - Annie Proulx

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Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annie Proulx follows 'Close Range' with this collection of short stories set in Wyoming.

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12. Ben's Elephant! - Penelope Dyan

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Former teacher, attorney and international award winning author, Penelope Dyan, wrote this book, 'Ben's Elephant!' for her good friend, Ben. Ben calls Penelope Dyan the 'book lady,' and he is full of ideas for stories he wants her to write. One day while drawing an elephant together on I-Pad, they noticed something about the elephant; and this story was born. Can you guess what it was that was different about Ben's elephant and what they did about it?

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13. Bed - David Whitehouse

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Winner of the Betty Trask Prize 2012.

Selected for the longlist of the Desmond Elliott Prize 2012.

Mal isn't like the other kids. He makes an impression on everyone he meets. So remarkable is his childhood that his family waits for the incredible things he seems born to do. Then one day he goes to bed, never to get out again.

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14. Blotto, Twinks and the Ex-King's Daughter - Simon Brett

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Ex-Princess Ethelinde, daughter of the King of Mitteleuropia, has been kidnapped during a visit to Tawcester Towers. Ducal family honour demands that she should be rescued, so the Dowager Duchess entrusts the task to her son.

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15. Book Publishing Encyclopedia (Large Print) - Dan Poynter

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DAN POYNTER'S BOOK PUBLISHING ENCYCLOPEDIA You have questions. This book has answers and they are easy to find.

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16. Bitter River - Julia Keller

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Bell Elkins returns in this electrifying thriller from Pulitzerprize winner Julia Keller.

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17. Branded: Sharing Jesus with a Consumer Culture - Tim Sinclair

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18. Book of Psalms-OE A New Translation According to the Hebrew Text -

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A new translation according to the traditional Hebrew text The Psalms have long brought comfort to those who mourn and have helped us find the spiritual in everyday life. This edition presents the new JPS translation, based on the original Hebrew text, as well as the entire range of Psalms interpretation and modern linguistic scholarship. Syntactic divisions, spellings, and vocalization reflect the Jewish Masoretic tradition. Though rendered in modern literary English, the translation retains the Hebrew imagery appropriate to the ancient biblical world.

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19. Beat the Drums Slowly - Adrian Goldsworthy

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The second novel in a brilliant new Napoleonic series from acclaimed historian Adrian Goldsworthy.

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20. Bangsimon Winnie-the-Pooh in Icelandic A Translation of A. A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh into Icelandic - A. A. MilneGuĆ°mundur Andri ThorssonSam Sloan

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Winnie-the-Pooh is the most popular children's book in the world. Icelandic is a language read and spoken by three hundred thousand people in Iceland and a few thousand people in Europe and America plus a few in an Icelandic colony in Manitoba Canada. Icelandic may be the oldest language in the world that is still spoken unchanged. The Icelanders have tried to keep the language the same as it was when Iceland was first settled in 874 AD. The Icelandic Sagas can easily be read by every educated Icelander. They describe the early settlement of Greenland and Vinland in America which is believed to have been Nova Scotia.

This translation of Winnie-the-Pooh follows the original book closely. The purpose of this book is to help Icelandic speakers learn English and to help English speakers learn Icelandic. To have a translation as close as possible to the original is the most useful. Bangsimon is the Icelandic name for Winnie-the-Pooh. Bangsi is the Icelandic word for teddy-bear. Mon means “my”. So, Bangsimon means “My Teddy-Bear”. There are several books about Winnie-the-Pooh in Iceland. Icelandic children call their teddy bears “Bangsimon”. Bangsimon is a traditional name for Winnie-the-Pooh in Iceland. It is not just the name given to it by the translator. The rabbit is Kaninka. Christopher Robin is Jakob Kristófer. Ishi Press has reprinted translations of Winnie-the-Pooh into 17 languages thus far. We have published it in Russian, Bulgarian, German, Dutch, Armenian, Polish, Spanish, Chinese, Esperanto, Icelandic, Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Khowar, Kalasha, Latin and Persian. Swedish will be next. Icelanders say they can understand Norwegian and Swedish but the Swedes and Norwegians cannot understand them. Icelandic is essentially Old Norse, a predecessor and ancestor to Norwegian, Swedish and English. This translation into Icelandic is part of project to translate Winnie-the-Pooh into other languages. The idea is children need to learn to read at an early age and the best way to teach them to read is to provide reading materials that they find interesting. Children around the world laugh when they see Winnie-the-Pooh saying and doing silly things. Since Winnie-the-Pooh is the most popular children's book world-wide, translating this book into the different languages of the world will be conducive to teaching children to read in those languages.

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