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1. Frederick Lost and Found - John Robinson Perry

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Frederick has a good life as a magician's rabbit. But when he decides he can do better on his own, he takes an unexpected adventure that will change him forever. 
 Suggested age range for readers: Ages 3-10

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2. Crossroads - Belva Plain

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Although this is a new book it is not pristine so reduced from 20.99.

No one explores the rich tapestry of the human heart as Belva Plain does. Now Plain dazzles us once again with a new novel of rare eloquence and raw emotion...a powerful tale about the consequences of greed--and the acts of love and forgiveness that can heal the heart.

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3. Perhaps She'll Die - M. K. Preston

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Returning to her hometown to solve the mystery of her father's lynching, Chantalene must also unravel the mystery of her mother's disappearance fifteen years ago.

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4. The Yellow Birds - Kevin Powers

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In Al Tafar, Iraq, Privates Bartle and Murphy cling to life as their platoon launches a bloody battle for the city. In the endless days that follow, the two do everything they can to protect each other. This title offers a fresh depiction of the psychological impact of war, by a young Iraqi veteran and poet.

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5. The Denniston Rose (Large Print 16pt) - Jenny Pattrick

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A number one bestseller, this favourite New Zealand novel captures a real 19th century community. The bleak coal - mining settlement of Denniston, isolated high on a plateau above New Zealand's West Coast, is a place that makes or breaks those who live there. At the time of this novel - the 1880s - the only way to reach the makeshift collection of huts, tents and saloons is to climb aboard an empty coal - wagon to be hauled 2000 feet up the terrifyingly steep Incline - the cable - haulage system that brings the coal down to the railway line. All sorts arrive here to work the mines and bring out the coal: ex - goldminers down on their luck; others running from the law, or from a woman, or worse. They work alongside recruited English miners, solid and skilled, who scorn these disorganised misfits and want them off the Hill. Into this chaotic community come five - year - old Rose and her mother, riding up the Incline, at night, during a storm. No one knows what has driven them there, but most agree the mother must be desperate to choose Denniston; worse, to choose that drunkard Jimmy Cork as bedfellow. The mother has her reasons and her plans, which she tells no one. The indomitable Rose is left to fend for herself, struggling to secure a place in this tough and often aggressive community. The Denniston Rose is about isolation and survival. It is the story of a spirited child, who, in appalling conditions, remains a survivor.

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6. Large Print 2014 Square 12x12 - Inc Browntrout Publishers

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7. Leaden Skies (Large Print 16pt) - Ann Parker

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The summer of 1880: although possible investment in Leadville's silver mines is a main reason that former president and Civil War general Ulysses S. Grant is now touring this city at the top of the Rockies, others in his retinue and in town are enticed by other visions. As part owner of the Silver Queen Saloon, Inez Stannert has often observed the ruination that comes from yielding to temptation. Still, that knowledge hasn't stopped Inez from striking a backroom deal with upscale brothel madam Frisco Flo, a deal that Inez gambles will make her financially independent.

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8. Spurred Ambition A Pinnacle Peak Mystery (Large Print 16pt) - Twist Phelan

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After her first attempt at breaking and entering, business attorney Hannah Dain heads for the cliffs of Pinnacle Peak, Arizona to rock climb - and winds up in the middle of an anti - Indian protest turned violent. She escapes, but makes an enemy. This is the least of her worries, as a recent shocking family revelation sends her on a hunt for someone who has been gone for almost thirty years - someone who may not want to be found. Then Hannah meets Tony Soto. From the moment he saves her from a climbing mishap, Hannah is beguiled by the Native American/Latino who is passionately committed to the betterment of his tribe. What becomes a near - fatal attraction jeopardizes Hannah's relationship with her boyfriend, Cooper Smith, and enmeshes her in a kidnapping tied to a complex securities fraud. Is Tony an innocent victim, or is he part of an elaborate financial hoax where more than money is at stake? When murder ratchets up the ante, only by taking a gutsy chance can Hannah unravel the scheme and find the key to the mystery of her past. After her first attempt at breaking and entering, business attorney Hannah Dain heads for the cliffs of Pinnacle Peak, Arizona to rock climb - and winds up in the middle of an anti - Indian protest turned violent. She escapes, but makes an enemy. This is the least of her worries, as a recent shocking family revelation sends her on a hunt for someone who has been gone for almost thirty years - someone who may not want to be found. Then Hannah meets Tony Soto. From the moment he saves her from a climbing mishap, Hannah is beguiled by the Native American/Latino who is passionately committed to the betterment of his tribe. Whatbecomes a near - fatal attraction jeopardizes Hannah's relationship with her boyfriend, Cooper Smith, and enmeshes her in a kidnapping tied to a complex securities fraud. Is Tony an innocent victim, or is he part of an elaborate financial hoax where more than money is at stake? When murder ratchets up the ante, only by taking a gutsy chance can Hannah unravel the scheme and find the key to the mystery of her past.

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9. But I'm Hungry! 2 Steps to Beating Hunger and Losing Weight Forever (Large Print 16pt) - Crystal Petrello, Marie Suszynski

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You're not going to try one more fad diet that leaves you feeling hungry and deprived. What's the point? When the beast - hunger - attacks you grab the nearest Twinkie or double - chocolate brownie. Eventually you give up on your struggle to lose weight and go back to your old, bad eating habits. You may have given up on weight loss, but at least you're not miserable.It doesn't have to be this way. You can lose the weight and keep it off. The simple rules to weight loss forever? Learn and Live. Section One, ''Learn'' teaches the reader all about how hunger, nutrition, and cravings work. Section two, ''Live'' applies all these lessons to everyday life using what the authors have termed the ''Satisfaction Solution.''The But I'm Hungry! diet/life plan provides the exact combination of healthy foods and lifestyle changes you need to lose weight, feel great and never be hungry again. No more fad diets, just healthy living.

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10. Head Over Heels (Large Print 16pt) - Felicity Price

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Rushing from one crisis to another, Penny Rushmore has a name to live up to, coping with a demanding job and still adapting to life without her husband Steve. The first set - back comes when she hears that the glamorous young woman Steve took off with is pregnant. According to Charlotte, Penny's daughter, Steve and Jacinta are head over heels about each other. According to Penny's son, Charlotte is also head over heels - about her ageing university lecturer. But is Penny head over heels about her new boyfriend or is she too frantic running between disasters to find out? And is her elderly father still head over heels about his wife or has her advanced dementia driven him over the edge? Funny and fast - paced, this is a candid and entertaining novel about finding some sort of balance in your life while being stuck in the Sandwich Generation - sandwiched between the demands of ageing parents, teenagers, a career and a badly behaved spaniel.

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11. Grain Brain The Surprising Truth about Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar--Your Brain's Silent Killers - David Perlmutter

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A #1 New York Times bestseller--the devastating truth about the effects of wheat, sugar, and carbs on the brain, with a 4-week plan to achieve optimum health.
Renowned neurologist David Perlmutter, MD, blows the lid off a topic that's been buried in medical literature for far too long: carbs are destroying your brain. And not just unhealthy carbs, but even healthy ones like whole grains can cause dementia, ADHD, anxiety, chronic headaches, depression, and much more. Dr. Perlmutter explains what happens when the brain encounters common ingredients in your daily bread and fruit bowls, why your brain thrives on fat and cholesterol, and how you can spur the growth of new brain cells at any age. He offers an in-depth look at how we can take control of our "smart genes" through specific dietary choices and lifestyle habits, demonstrating how to remedy our most feared maladies without drugs. With a revolutionary 4-week plan, GRAIN BRAIN teaches us how we can reprogram our genetic destiny for the better.

GRAIN BRAIN is a #1 New York Times bestseller and a finalist for a 2013 Books for a Better Life award.

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12. KJV Standard Lesson Commentary Deluxe Ed 2013-2014 - Standard Publishing

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13. NIV Standard Lesson Commentary Deluxe Edition 2013-2014 - Standard Publishing

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14. Consequential Leadership 15 Leaders Fighting for Our Cities, Our Poor, Our Youth and Our Culture (Large Print 16pt) - Mac Pier

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Mac Pier offers a unique opportunity to learn from some of the most dynamic leaders of our day who are making a difference in difficult times including Tim Keller, George Gallup Jr., Frances Hesselbein, Bob Doll, Rich Stearns, Wilson Goode and others. If you see a need and want to contribute your own consequential leadership, this book is for you.

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15. Lethal Rage (Large Print 16pt) - Brent Pilkey

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'When an organized drug gang starts selling crack dyed black, Division 51 of the Toronto Police gets the brunt of the action, and street cop Jack Warren and his partner face the ugly realities of crime in their city. Verdict: Pilkey, a veteran of Division 51, writes with authority in this first of a planned trilogy. His characters ring true, and the gritty side of Toronto shows. For lovers of hard - boiled police procedurals.'' - Library Journal

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16. Tampered A Dr. Zol Szabo Medical Mystery (Large Print 16pt) - Ross Pennie

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Dr. Zol Szabo chose public health for its noble ideals and predictable hours. He never expected to be intimidated by the Prime Minister's Office, roughed up by the RCMP, or threatened by the Hamilton mob.
Though Zol and his team have investigated every centimetre of Camelot Lodge, a residence for healthy seniors blessed with generous pensions and high - ranking political connections, the source of the converted mansion's spate of fatal food poisonings remains elusive. As the death count rises, the outbreak threatens Zol's beloved grandfather Art Greenwood, a military veteran, engineering genius, and piano whiz. The Mounties muscle in, and Zol's boss threatens him with exile to North Overshoe. Zol's friend and colleague Hamish Wakefield, obsessed with microbes and car washes, discovers dangers at the Lodge that make the rabid bats in the turret and the dumpster - diving cook seem like minor indiscretions.
As Zol and Hamish struggle with the scientific details, Zol's private - eye girlfriend Colleen tails potential suspects, and the health unit's epidemic specialist Natasha Sharma sifts through mountains of disappointing data. It takes Art Greenwood, marshalling the insights of his silver - haired companions, to expose the deaths for what they are: a string of murders. Decades after wars are over, peace is not as simple as a comfy chair in Camelot.

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17. Savage Rage (Large Print 16pt) - Brent Pilkey

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'Canadian policeman Pilkey writes from firsthand experience in his gritty procedural debut . . . '' - Publishers Weekly on Lethal Rage Transferred to 53 Division - known as the ''Sleepy Hollow of Toronto'' - after the murder of his partner, officer Jack Warren yearns to return to 51 Division, where his former colleagues are busy pursuing a criminal mastermind. Randall Kayne has been committing violent, bloody crimes that are hitting close to home in 51 Division, yet he manages to stay just one step ahead of the police. Although Jack's wife wants him to leave the force entirely, an old enemy soon drags him into the Kayne case against his will, forcing a confrontation with Kayne that only one of them can survive. Masterfully entering into the hearts and minds of the cops of 51 Division, the second book in this exciting series propels Jack Warren deeper into the dangers of underground Toronto.

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18. Far and Away A Prize Every Time (Large Print 16pt) - Neil Peart

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Following in the tradition of Ghost Rider and Traveling Music, Rush drummer Neil Peart lets us ride with him along the backroads of North America, Europe, and South America, sharing his experiences in personal reflections and full - color photos. Spanning almost four years, these 22 stories are open letters that recount adventures both personal and universal - from the challenges and accomplishments in the professional life of an artist to the birth of a child. These popular stories, originally posted on Neil's website, are now collected and contextualized with a new introduction and conclusion in this beautifully designed collector's volume.
Fans will discover a more intimate side to Neil's very private personal life and will enjoy his observations of natural phenomena. At one point, he anxiously describes the birth of two hummingbirds in his backyard; at the same time, his wife is preparing for the birth of their daughter - a striking synchronicity tenderly related to readers.
A love of drumming, nature, art, and the open road threads through the narrative, as Neil explores new horizons, both physical and spiritual. This is the personal, introspective travelogue of rock's foremost drummer, enthusiastic biker, and sensitive husband and father. Far and Away is a book to be enjoyed again and again, like letters from a distant friend.

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19. Augustine in Carthage and Other Poems (Large Print 16pt) - Alessandro Porco

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Augustine in Carthage, and Other Poems is the daring new collection of poetry from Alessandro Porco. Equally crude and charming, locker - room macho and sensitive, these poems are always singularly marked by formal ingenuity and stylistic lan. A poetry that gleefully articulates the possibilities of a 21st century balls - deep masculinity, Porco's new collections begins with its most important work, ''Augustine in Carthage,'' a trans - historical re - imagining of Book III of St. Augustine's Confessions, which includes (among other things) philosophizing strippers, Tampico bombers, rabbit holes, coprology, and comic - book heroism. But for all its bombast ''Augustine in Carthage'' examines, quite seriously, ideas related to the experience of experience, the morality of poetry, and the hypocrisy of spiritual conversion. The book ends with an equally significant suite of depraved yet learned limericks: Porco's perverse star shines in this unprecedented contribution to Canadian letters, exploring myriad filthy matters of heart. Augustine in Carthage, and Other Poems also includes translations of Italian poetry, re - mixes of classic English poems, performance pieces, tender love poems, and - if you would believe - even a short pornographic novel. Reminding readers that through Tradition the strange and new emerges, this is a deeply - felt and original collection, a work that understands (as its epigraph, in the words of Diderot, insists) ''there is a bit of testicle at the bottom of our most sublime feelings and our purest tenderness.''

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20. Reading the Bible Backwards (Large Print 16pt) - Robert Priest

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Reverse engineering the word, meme splicing, morpheme replacement therapy, phonetic modifications: these are some of the techniques in play throughout Reading the Bible Backwards, the lyrical thought experiments that make up this eagerly anticipated new collection of poems by Robert Priest. By throwing the Bible and other cultural narratives on the turntable and spinning them backwards, Priest unleashes surprisingly new but strangely familiar music and meaning. Whether the movements are sideways, inverted, or omni - directional, his satire has never been sharper - or darker. Ultimately, though, Priest's lyric voice has never been more finely tuned or elegant, especially in the wonderfully groundbreaking ''I Love You Forwards'' poems that afford this book its remarkable balance.

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