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- Wiley 2005; US$ 100.95
Paul Weston has nearly two decades’ experience in application development, gained in environments as diverse as entrepreneurial start-ups and monolithic bureaucracies. From MVS to XP, from COBOL to Java, and from Structured Programming to Struts - he has wrestled with them all.He began developing bioinformatics applications in the mid-1990s... more...
- Charles C Thomas 1996; US$ 38.95
The sixteen chapters of this completely revised Fifth Edition provide a definitive and detailed survey of all phases of traffic control and highway safety. Three completely new chapters highlight the revision: Street and Highway Safety, Zero Tolerance-Driving Under the Influence, and Speed Management. The focus of the text is still on the police role... more...
- Penguin Young Readers Group 2008; US$ 8.99
Are You a Believer in Fanciful Things? In Pirates and Dragons and Creatures and Kings? Then sit yourself down in a comfortable seat, with maybe some cocoa and something to eat, and I?ll spin you the tale of Katrina Katrell, a girl full of courage (and daring, as well!), who down in the subway, under the ground, saw something fantastical roaming around.... more...
- Penguin Young Readers Group 2010; US$ 8.99
Ever since his father's arrest for the murder of Little Red Riding Hood, teen wolf Henry Whelp has kept a low profile in a Home for Wayward Wolves . . . until a murder at the Home leads Henry to believe his father may have been framed. Now, with the help of his kleptomaniac roommate, Jack, and a daring she-wolf named Fiona, Henry will have to venture... more...
- Penguin Young Readers Group 2013; US$ 7.99
The next middle-grade rhyming novel from the award-winning author of Zorgamazoo ! Prince Puggly of the muddy, terminally unfashionable Kingdom of Spud is surprised when he receives an invitation to a lavish ball in the far more chic Kingdom of Spiff. Puggly is sure that the Spiffs will take one look at him and laugh him out of their kingdom. And... more...
- Penguin Canada 2014; US$ 15.99
Kaz Barrett isn?t saving for college. Every penny he earns working at the sketchy Sit?N?Spin Laundromat is for his mother. He plans to send her to a top-notch (and very expensive) sleep clinic in New York. His mother suffers from an extremely rare neurological disorder that causes her to fall asleep for days at a time. Both he and his kid sister, Nomi,... more...
- Penguin Canada 2010; US$ 21.00
Henry Whelp is a big bad wolf?or will be,someday. The only son of the infamous Red Riding Hood Killer, Henry is worried that he may be following in his father's violent footsteps. He tries to distance himself from his past, and avoids the other teens at St. Remus Home for Wayward Youth, a detention centre in Dust City?a rundown, gritty metropolis known... more...
- Penguin Canada 2013; US$ 17.00
Puggly, the newly crowned prince of the muddy (and very unfashionable) Kingdom of Spud, is surprised when he receives an invitation to a lavish ball in the oh-so-chic Kingdom of Spiff. The Spiffians are known for the poshest clothes and the fluffiest wigs, so of course Prince Puggly's effort at a grand entrance only ends in humiliation. However, Puggly... more...
- Random House Children's Books 2009; US$ 5.99
Dear Diary, You will never in a million years guess where we're going. Nope. Guess again. Never mind. I'll tell you. Italy! We're going to ITALY! In Europe!! Across the ocean!!! I even have a passport. It's really cool, except I'm squinting my eyes in the photo so I look like a dork. At least that's what my brother said. I call him Matt the brat.... more...
- Penguin Young Readers Group 2013; US$ 8.99
"Stunning. . . . a bit like if you took Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Monsters Inc. and shoved them in a TARDIS."?Buzzfeed It?s a tentacled, inventive, gooey, world in there. . . . Elliot Von Doppler and his friend Leslie think nothing ever happens in Bickleburgh, except inside the gleaming headquarters of DENKi-3000?the world?s eighth-largest... more...