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  • Eager's Nephewby Helen Fox

    Random House Children's Books 2009; US$ 5.99

    It is the future. Twenty years have passed since Eager’s first adventures with the Bell family. Scientists are now banned from building robots that can think for themselves and feel emotion, like Eager. He and other robots have spent years in hiding. But Eager secretly visits the Bell family, and his headstrong nephew, a most unusual new robot named... more...

  • Ingoby Helen Dunmore

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 6.39

    I wish I was away in IngoFar across the briny sea,Sailing over deepest watersWhere love nor care never trouble me. . . . By the Cornwall coast where Sapphire lives with her family, it's easy to hear the call of the sea. Too easy. When the sea called to Sapphy's father, he vanished from her life. When the sea called to her brother, he started disappearing... more...

  • The Tide Knotby Helen Dunmore

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 13.59

    In a seaside town of sandy beaches and ocean breezes, Sapphy has never felt so far from the sea. The crowded shore at St. Pirans is nothing like the cove at Sapphy's old home, where she first found her way into the underwater world of Ingo. But Ingo's pull is strong, and it always finds a way. Soon Sapphy and her brother, Conor, are swimming beneath... more...

  • Losing Clive to Younger Onset Dementiaby Helen Beaumont

    Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2008; US$ 24.95

    Clive Beaumont was diagnosed with Younger Onset Dementia at age 45, when his children were aged just 3 and 4. Clive's wife, Helen, tells of how she and the rest of the family made it through the next six years until Clive died: the challenge of continually adapting to his progressive deterioration. more...

  • Classical Mythology: A Very Short Introductionby Helen Morales

    OUP Oxford 2007; US$ 7.99

    From Zeus and Europa, to Diana, Pan, and Prometheus, the myths of ancient Greece and Rome seem to exert a timeless power over us. But what do those myths represent, and why are they so enduringly fascinating? This imaginative and stimulating Very Short Introduction goes beyond a simple retelling of the stories to explore the rich history and diverse... more...

  • French Talesby Helen Constantine

    OUP Oxford 2008; US$ 18.99

    Twenty-two translated stories associated with the regions of France, including both well-known and little-known writers. Offering a panoramic view of French society and culture, the book will appeal to people who love travelling or are armchair travellers, as much as to those who love France and things French. more...

  • The Long Lifeby Helen Small

    OUP Oxford 2007; US$ 34.99

    The first major consideration of old age in Western philosophy and literature since Simone de Beauvoir's The Coming of Age, Helen Small ranges widely from Plato through to recent work by Derek Parfit, Bernard Williams and others, and from King Lear through Balzac, Dickens, Beckett, Stevie Smith, Bellow, Roth, and Coetzee. more...

  • Women and Literature in the Goethe Era 1770-1820by Helen Fronius

    Clarendon Press 2007; US$ 124.99

    Late eighteenth-century German literature was dominated by men. Women were discouraged from reading and scorned as writers, but the attempt to exclude did not always succeed. This study combines archival research, literary analysis, and statistical evidence to give a sociological-historical overview of the conditions of women's literary production. more...

  • The Story of My Lifeby Helen Keller

    The Floating Press 1905; US$ 4.34

    Helen Keller's autobiography, The Story of My Life , tells of her early life and of her experiences with Annie Sullivan, her teacher and companion. It was first published in 1903. Keller was the first deaf-blind person to attain a Bachelor of Arts degree, became well traveled and a prolific author, and was outspoken in her campaigning against war... more...

  • Cherry Ames, Army Nurseby Helen Wells

    Springer Publishing Company 2005; US$ 13.99

    In Army Nurse , Cherry has made the difficult decision facing all her classmates - should she enlist in the military or practice nursing on the homefront? She's graduated from Spencer and earned the right to put "RN" after her name, and as an Army nurse, she is now "Lieutenant Ames." The Army nurses are also soldiers, and endure a grueling basic... more...