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  • Tawny Scrawny Lionby Kathryn Jackson

    Random House Children's Books 2010; US$ 4.99

    Once there was a tawny scrawny lion who chased monkeys on Monday?kangaroos on Tuesday?zebras on Wednesday?bears on Thursday?camels on Friday?and on Saturday, elephants! So begins the funny, classic Golden story of a family of ten fat rabbits that teaches the hungry lion to eat carrot stew?so that he doesn?t eat them! From the Hardcover edition.... more...

  • Hotel Kerobokanby Kathryn Bonella

    Pan Macmillan Australia 2009; US$ 21.83

    Welcome to Hotel Kerobokan, the ironic nickname for Kerobokan Jail, Bali's most notorious prison, and home to a procession of the infamous and the tragic: the BALI BOMBERS, Gold Coast beautician SCHAPELLE CORBY and the BALI NINE, among many others. In Hotel Kerobokan's filthy and disease-ridden cells, a United Nations of prisoners live crushed together... more...

  • Blissby Kathryn Littlewood

    HarperCollins 2012; US$ 4.49

    Rosemary Bliss?s family has a secret. It?s the Bliss Cookery Booke?an ancient, leather-bound volume of enchanted recipes like Stone Sleep Snickerdoodles and Singing Gingersnaps. Rose and her siblings are supposed to keep the Cookery Booke under lock and whisk-shaped key while their parents are out of town, but then a mysterious stranger shows up.... more...

  • Proud Mariby Kathryn North

    Hard Shell Word Factory 2002; US$ 5.50

    The only thing that can save Fisherman's Paradise is the proverbial white knight in shining armor. Unfortunately, Marigold Adams gets Tom Soebieski: a burned out, know-it-all middle school teacher. more...

  • Whose School is it Anyway?by Kathryn Riley

    Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 67.95

    In the 1970s, two events in particular, the William Tyndale School and James Callaghan's Ruskin speech, generated extensive media coverage and political activity and became 'watersheds' along the path to political and educational reform. This has shaped the system of school and governments in the 1990s. This book revisits Tyndale and Ruskin and examines... more...

  • Embracing the Witch and the Goddessby Kathryn Rountree

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 52.95

    Embracing the Witch and the Goddess is a detailed survey of present-day feminist witches in New Zealand. It examines the attraction of witchcraft for its practitioners, and explores witches' rituals, views and beliefs about how magic works. The book provides a detailed portrait of an undocumented section of the growing neo-pagan movement, and compares... more...

  • Bangladesh, India & Pakistanby Dr Kathryn Jacques

    Palgrave Macmillan 1999; US$ 205.00

    This book provides a broad, analytical study of Bangladesh's relationship with India and Pakistan between 1975 and 1990. Bangladesh's role in South Asian international relations has tended to be overlooked and underestimated. The book reveals the complexity of the relationship between Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. more...

  • Myth and Philosophy from the Presocratics to Platoby Kathryn A. Morgan

    Cambridge University Press 2000; US$ 37.00

    An exploration of the complex relationship between myth and philosophy in writings by Greek intellectuals. more...

  • Culture and the Sensesby Prof. Kathryn Geurts

    University of California Press 2003; US$ 34.95

    Adding her stimulating and finely framed ethnography to recent work in the anthropology of the senses, Kathryn Geurts investigates the cultural meaning system and resulting sensorium of Anlo-Ewe-speaking people in southeastern Ghana. Geurts discovered that the five-senses model has little relevance in Anlo culture, where balance is a sense, and balancing... more...

  • Farley Brothers Drugs & Sundriesby Kathryn North

    Hard Shell Word Factory 2004; US$ 5.50

    Laughter and a tear or two await readers of these dozen stories. Allie attempts to seduce her clueless husband of thirty-some years. Dale struggles to be a good daddy to two children who are not legally his. Studs manages to lose a hearse, the corpse still inside. more...