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The year’s notable fiction, poetry and nonfiction, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review. This list represents books reviewed since Dec. 6, 2015, when we published our previous Notables list....
TheHarvard Classics, originally known asDr. Eliot's Five Foot Shelf, is a 51-volume anthology of classic works from world literature, compiled and edited by Harvard University presidentCharles W. Eliot, that was first published in 1909
A big 10000 SciFi and Fantasy Ebooks collection.
The colorful pictures and easy children's language writers of the world will make such training more interesting.
1. Ugly Duckling
2. Snip and Snap and the Billy Goat
3. The Robber Kitten
4. Rays of Sunshine
5. Punky Dunk and the Mouse
6. Proverbs for the nursery
7. The pet Bubble book
8. One little Penny and How he Crew
9. The Louis Wain Kitten Book
10. Jack and the Beanstalk
11. Gems from little mother goose
Category: Children's Books
Series - 01st Doctor/Christopher Bulis - Doctor Who.01st Doctor.Doctor Who.25._.ICB Best - City at World's End.epub 339.23 KB
Series - 01st Doctor/David A. Mcintee - Doctor Who.01st Doctor.Doctor Who._._.ICC Fair - Eleventh Tiger, The.epub 1.64 MB
Series - 01st Doctor/Keith Topping - Doctor Who.01st Doctor.Doctor Who._._.ICC Fair - Byzantium!.epub 335.62 KB
Series - 01st Doctor/Martin Day - Doctor Who.01st Doctor.Doctor Who.39._.ICB Best - Bunker Soldiers.epub 294.35 KB
New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinskydemonstrates her incomparable talents for capturing the deepest desires of the human heart in this breathtaking story, first published in 1982, of misunderstanding, fulfillment, and love.
It is the ultimate in luxury and privacy -- a villa nestledamid brilliant sunlight and gently waving palm trees on a secluded Caribbean beach. There Arielle Pasteur hopes to find the solitude she desperately craves.
Instead she ends up ...
The idea of a "global Chinese literature¨ draws together three recognizably fraught terms. Each of them brings into view additional related issues that the current volume addresses. But why global? Why now? Indeed, the timing is anticipatory, as the geography of modern Chinese literature has seldom been jointly reexamined from outside its national boundaries. Yet, so-called ¡§overseas Chinese,¡¨ to borrow another imperfect designation that separates mainland China from the rest of the Sinophone ...