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1. Racing the Devil - Charles Todd

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Scotland Yard's Ian Rutledge finds himself caught in a twisted web of vengeance, old grievances, and secrets that lead back to World War I in the nineteenth installment of the acclaimed bestselling series.

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2. Rhumba - Elaine Proctor

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Tottenham, London. Ten-year-old Flambeau waits for his young mother to arrive from the Congo. Homesick, he sees a glimpse of life in Knight, a fellow Congolese. Knight, - dressed to the nines and dressed to kill - is a gangster, who might just be able to use his contacts to find Flambeau's mother, Bijou.

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3. Royal Cat - Garrison Allen

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At the Spring Fayre in Empty Creek, Arizona, bawdy bards abound, minstrels make music, wanton wenches cavort with lusty cavaliers, and anyone who misbehaves may be sent to the stocks. But more than mischief is afoot at the fairgrounds.

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4. Restaurant Babylon - Imogen Edwards-Jones

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The saucy secrets of the worlds finest kitchens.

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5. Reimagining Leadership in Jewish Organizations Ten Practical Lessons to Help You Implement Change and Achieve Your Goals (Large Print 16pt) - Misha Galperin

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Practical and inspiring guidance for leading with more conviction,
commitment and passion in a complex institutional world.
For over one hundred years, the American Jewish community has built a remarkable network of institutions to help manage fundraising, education and social welfare initiatives. Virtually every one of these organizations is currently preoccupied with issues of leadership from succession planning to board development to conflict management. This urgent need for leadership guidance is occurring at the same time organizational life has come under question, with young leaders often claiming that established Jewish organizations are afraid of innovation and change.
In this charged atmosphere, this book serves as a practical guidepost for lay and professional leaders to evaluate the current paradigm with insights from the world of business, psychology and research in Jewish demographics and sociology. Accessible and finely focused, it is supported by vignettes from the field that illustrate the successes of the lessons as well as the consequences of not implementing them.

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6. Raising Fit Kids in a Fat World (Large Print 16pt) - Joani Jack, Judy Halliday

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Childhood obesity is one of the biggest social and medical concerns of our time! Find medical & biblical answers to protecting kids from the dangers of obesity. Three Core Concepts: Portion control, nutritious meals and regular exercise with fun ideas.

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7. Rejoice and Sing - United Reformed Church

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Presents a hymn book of the United Reformed Church with over 650 items including prayers and responses for congregational use. It includes material ranging from the familiar traditional to those pieces with a more contemporary feel.

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8. Ramose Prince in Exile - Carole Wilkinson

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''Prince Ramose was very interested in this funeral. It was his own.'' .... Someone is trying to kill Prince Ramose. If they think he is dead, he will be safe. Pampered, selfish and very much alive, Prince Ramose lives in disguise in the Valley of the Tombs. How will this spoilt prince survive such a brutal place? Can he outwit those who want him dead?

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9. Relative Danger - Charles Benoit

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10. Random Road - Thomas Kies

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It's a crime scene worthy of Hieronymus Bosch, so shocking and so senseless it challenges the local law and intrigues veteran reporter Geneva Chase whose career may be dying alongside that of her small town newspaper.

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11. Relics (Large Print 16pt) - Mary Anna Evans

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Faye Longchamp, back in school to pursue her dream of becoming an archaeologist, has been asked to run a project for which she is barely qualified, under the direction of a man who doesn't seem to like her much. Her assignment: to uncover the origins of a mysterious ethnic group. The Sujosa have lived in Alabama's most remote hills for centuries and have shown impressive immunity to many diseases including AIDS. Late one night, Faye awakes to find the house in flames. She saves herself and one of her housemates. But her friend Carmen, the project historian, never had a chance. Then within days, an 18 - year - old boy jumps from a cell phone tower that, when completed, would connect the outside world to the Sujosa community....

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12. Renegade Gospel: The Rebel Jesus - Mike Slaughter

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Be a renegade for the true Jesus.

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13. Reaching One Thousand A Story of Love, Motherhood & Autism (Large Print 16pt) - Rachel Robertson

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''This is the best kind of memoir - there is a beautiful calm clarity that drew me in, and held me until the end.'' - Georgia Blain When Ben is a baby, Rachel puts his behavioural quirks down to eccentricity. He likes to count letterboxes; he hates to get his hands dirty; loud noises make him anxious. But as Ben grows and his quirks become more pronounced, it becomes clear there is something else going on. When he is diagnosed with autism, Rachel must reconsider everything she thought she knew about parenting, about Ben, and about how best to mother him. Reaching One Thousand charts her quest to understand autism and to build a new kind of relationship with her son. Along the way she explores her own childhood, discovering unexpected links between Ben's experiences and her own. Before she can presume to tell Ben's story, she realises, she must face difficult questions - questions about intimacy, trust, and what it means for a mother to write about her child. Exquisitely written, this is a thought - provoking reflection on family and understanding and a tender love letter from a mother to her son.

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14. Repacking Your Bags Lighten Your Load for the Rest of Your Life (Easyread Large Edition) - Richard J. Leider, David A. Shapiro

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Repacking is for businesspeople, professionals, homemakers, students, and retirees - in short, everyone who needs to prepare for and embrace a transition to the next phase of their lives. For those of you facing retirement - no doubt a very different sort of retirement than previous generations faced - Repacking may have special appeal. Similarly, for those of you just starting out in your careers, Repacking can offer guidance and direction you may find particularly useful. Finally, if you're someone who has recently experienced (or is about to experience) a major transition in your work life - a termination, a reassignment, a major promotion - then Repacking can act as a compass as you get your bearings for the journey ahead. Look around. Most of your contemporaries are no longer consumed with consumption. Hardly anyone still believes that the "most toys" wins. Accumulation is no longer the name of the game - your friends and colleagues are now asking "What really matters?" "How much is enough?" and "What is the good life and how can I live it?" Repacking Your Bags offers a new life/work model, a fresh way of thinking about what matters most in your life and how to attain it. Richard J. Leider is a founding partner of The Inventure Group, a coaching and consulting firm in Minneapolis, Minnesota devoted to bringing out the natural potential in people. He is a nationally known writer, speaker, and career coach, and a pioneer in the field of Life/Work Planning. A National Certified Career Coach, he has been helping people to hear and heed their callings for more than 30 years. Author and co-author of five previous books, including the best-sellers Repacking Your Bags and The Power of Purpose, he is also an online columnist for Fast Company. David A. Shapiro is a writer, philosopher, and educator whose work explores questions in ethics and meaning in life. He is the Education Director of the Northwest Center for Philosophy for Children, a non-profit organization that brings philosophy into the lives of young people in schools and community groups through literature, philosophical works, and classroom activities. David is the co-author of Repacking Your Bags and the author of Choosing the Right Thing to Do,a practical guide for helping people make educated decisions about matters of ethical import in all aspects of their lives.

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15. Reading & Math for Toddlers - Camilia Sadik

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Toddlers can Read! Guaranteed! How to Use this Book 1. Help them Speak First: Toddlers need to say a word before they can read it. To help them speak as soon as possible, help them say the vowels before asking them to say the rest of the ABC's. Every word contains a vowel and once they learn to say "o" they can easily say "toe." When you throw all of the ABC's at once at kids, they will be confused, intimidated, and that will only slow them down. 2. See it, Say it, Read it: When possible, show a real "pan" from your kitchen, make sure kids know what "pan" is, and then ask them to say "pan." After they say it, show them how "pan" is written in this book, and ask them to read it aloud. Repeat the process a few times and then teach the next word. Eventually, they will recognize the written "pan" as you flip the pages as if you would do with flashcards. 3. Obvious Pictures: Because this is the first reading book, only words that can be represent by obvious pictures are presented. For instance, the word "pan" can be represented by an obvious picture of a "pan"; but "ran" cannot be represented by an obvious picture. 4. Short Vowels Words: Because this is the first reading book, only short one-syllable words that contain short vowels are presented. The short vowels words in this book are carefully selected; they are the only short vowels words that can be represented by obvious pictures. 5. Only Letters that Sound like their Letter Name: Because this is the first reading book, a word like "cat" is avoided for now. It is avoided because "c" sounds like "k." The words presented in this book contain only letters that sound like their letter name. 6. Planned Steps: Simply follow the learning steps presented in this book. For instances, avoid teaching capital letters (Sam), letters that do not sound like their letter name (match), long vowels (rain), blends (strong), long word (pumpkin), etc. When you throw words randomly at kids, they will be confused, intimidated, and that will only slow them down. 7. Placing Words in a Queue: All the sounds we call phonics are placed in a queue awaiting their turn to be introduced one-at-a-time. For instance, "cat" is placed in a queue because it contains a hard "c." Every step in this book is carefully planned and no words are randomly thrown at kids to learn to read. 8. Guaranteed Reading and Counting: This book is for ages 1 to 3 years. Using this unique book, you are guaranteed to teach your toddlers to read 30 basic words and to count using 10 numbers. 8. Cumulative Books: The next reading & math book your child will need is Reading & Math for Preschool, which is for ages 3 to 4 years. The book Reading & Math for Kindergarten is for ages 4 to 5 years. The book Reading & Math for First Grade is for age 6. 9. Reading Achieved before Going to School: Using these reading & math books, you can easily teach your children to read before sending them to school. You will then enable first-grade teachers to teach other subjects instead. 10. Read Instantly: Most of the reading material in these books is taken from the book Read Instantly, which is a book to teach phonics to all ages. 11. Math Lessons for Toddles: The last ten pages in this book are to help toddlers say the number, recognize the written number, and then count the number of dogs on each page. For instance, kids first learn to say ten and then they see the written number 10 next to ten dogs. After that, they learn to count the number of dogs on that page, which are 10 dogs. If there are ten dogs on a page, the number 10 is written on that page.

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16. Reptile Onyx Bible Cover XL -

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17. Real Leadership Helping People and Organizations Face Their Toughest Challenges (Large Print 16pt) - Dean Williams

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In Real Leadership, Dean Williams argues that the true task of the leader is to get people to face the reality of any situation themselves and develop strategies to deal with problems or take advantage of opportunities. Leaders who are responsible with their power and authority don't dictate; they help people determine what shifts in their values, habits, practices and priorities will be needed to accommodate changing conditions and new demands.

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18. Rescue Riders Race Against Time Large Print - Peter Clover

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Hannah, Jade and Charlotte are mad about ponies and love riding. So when disaster strikes, they're the first to ride to the rescue... Hannah's on holiday with her mother - and her mother's new fiance, Frank. They're canoeing down the river while Hannah pony-treks alongside. She's still not sure about Frank, but when he's badly injured in an accident, it's Hannah to the rescue. Riding full pelt through a fierce storm, she knows he is dependent on her for help - and it's a race against time to find it....

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19. Real Time: Preparing for the Age of the Never Satisfied Customer - Regis McKenna

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The focus of this book is real-time, a world of instant gratification and infinite opportunity. It provides specific examples and ideas from companies that are testing the boundaries of time and space, and includes company web site addresses.

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20. Resilience Two Sisters and a Story of Mental Illness - Jessie ClosePete Earley

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At a young age, Jessie Close struggled with symptoms that would transform into severe bipolar disorder in her early twenties, but she was not properly diagnosed until the age of fifty. Jessie and her three siblings, including actress Glenn Close, spent many years in the Moral Re-Armament cult. Jessie passed her childhood in New York, Switzerland, Connecticut, Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo), and finally Los Angeles, where her life quickly became unmanageable. She was just fifteen years old.

Jessie's emerging mental illness led her into a life of addictions, five failed marriages, and to the brink of suicide. She fought to raise her children despite her ever worsening mental conditions and under the strain of damaged romantic relationships. Her sister Glenn and certain members of their family tried to be supportive throughout the ups and downs, and Glenn's vignettes in RESILIENCE provide an alternate perspective on Jessie's life as it began to spiral out of control. Jessie was devastated to discover that mental illness was passed on to her son Calen, but getting him help at long last helped Jessie to heal as well. Eleven years later, Jessie is a productive member of society and a supportive daughter, mother, sister, and grandmother.

In RESILIENCE, Jessie dives into the dark and dangerous shadows of mental illness without shying away from its horror and turmoil. With New York Times bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize finalist Pete Earley, she tells of finally discovering the treatment she needs and, with the encouragement of her sister and others, the emotional fortitude to bring herself back from the edge.

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