Langeland, Deirdre, 1973- author
"In an attempt to fit in, Zoey develops an app called the Cool Code with a cute llama avatar that will tell her everything from what to say to what to wear based on pop culture algorithms she’s uploaded. But when the app gives her ridiculous advice, awkwardness and hilarity ensues. With a few upgrades and a bit of debugging from the coding club, the app actually works—Zoey gets really popular . . . and gets her pulled in all kinds of directions, including away from her real friends. Life’s most complicated choices. . . is there a code for that?"-- Provided by publisher.
Gilbank, June, author
"You've seen gorgeous crochet items online and in boutique shops, and you'd love to learn to create them yourself. Now's your chance! Packed with hundreds of inspirational color photos and easy-to-follow instructions, this fun guide teaches how to hook your way to a wonderful new skill."
Blake, Audrey, active 2020, author
When Dr. Croft takes in orphan Eleanor Beady, he doesn't realize that he's gained an apprentice. Raised amidst Croft's experiments, "Nora" becomes his most trusted assistant-an unthinkable and unlawful pursuit for a woman. Nora helps Croft's groundbreaking research and his clinic gain recognition, and she finds she doesn't mind working in the background, as long as she can continue to hone her skills. But the arrival of a new surgical resident threatens to undo all that Nora has strived for. Dr. Daniel Gibson is too proper to be trusted, too skilled to dismiss, and too smart to be fooled for long. He expects Nora to change her clothes before dinner and spend her evenings perfecting her needlework, not her sutures. Though Nora knows it's best not to reveal her expansive knowledge of human anatomy, she isn't going to give up the work that fascinates and fulfills her-no matter what it costs her.
"Lonely Planet's Experience London is your guide to unforgettable experiences and local surprises. Discover royal palaces, have a pint in a pub, and catch a West End show - all guided by local experts with fresh perspectives. Uncover London's best experiences and get away from the everyday!"--Publisher's description.
Wrigley, Annabel, 1972- author
"Includes not just sewing projects, but crafts like painting, cross-stitch and wall art. Step-by-step for kids to learn the basics of sewing and crafting"-- Provided by publisher.
"Set the stage for literary success with these just-right books kids can read all by themselves! This blue box includes 25 titles, each targeting a key sight word. The books' real-world topics and simple text are super-engaging to make mastering these must-know words easy and fun. Includes motivating stickers PLUS a little workbook. Content correlates with Guided Reading Level A."--Publishers description.
Richards, Olly, author
'Short stories in French for beginners' is an unmissable collection of eight unconventional and captivating short stories for adult and young adult learners. Carefully written to provide a sense of achievement and feeling of progress when reading, these stories will help you expand your vocabulary and improve our comprehension in a natural way. From science fiction and fantasy to crime and thrillers, 'Short stories in French for beginners' is designed to make learning a new language easy and enjoyable.
Peterson, Tracie, author
Sensible and independent, Cassie Barton never anticipated being on her own at thirty-two. But after the death of her father and the marriage of her sister, she's found joy in her work as a seamstress. When a minor accident leaves her unable to sew, she decides to use her time to compile a book of stories about the men working on the Santa Fe Railroad. But worry begins to grow in San Marcial as Mexican revolutionaries set out to destroy the railroad--and put many lives in danger. With Europe at war and his longtime friend Cassie injured, railroad worker Brandon DuBarko is burdened by his troubles. He promised Cassie's father he would watch over her, but as their comfortable friendship slowly transforms into something deeper, he feels trapped by a secret from his youth. When a vengeful man reappears in Brandon's life, intent on causing conflict, Brandon must face his past before he can move forward. As the danger intensifies, Cassie and Brandon must rely on God to overcome the obstacles that stand in the way of a brighter future.
Hayes, Louise L., author
"Uncertainty has become a constant in our daily lives, causing anxiety, fear, sadness, confusion, and anger. Based on the authors' highly popular DNA-v training program, What Makes You Stronger teaches readers an easy and effective six-step approach-grounded in mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and positive psychology-to successfully coping with change and adversity, and building the strength to overcome whatever life throws at them"-- Provided by publisher.
Sutherland, Tui, 1978- author
Fiercetooth, a NightWing obsessed with what could have -- and should have -- been. Deathbringer, desperate to prove himself as the next great NightWing assassin. Six-Claws, a loyal SandWing, who will soon find that loyalty comes with a price. Foeslayer the NightWing, a dragon in love turned kidnapper, and Prince Arctic of the IceWings, a runaway turned captive. In these four short stories, dig deeper into the world of Pyrrhia to discover what really happened.
Deutsch, Barry, author
When Starflight is stolen by his own tribe, he hopes to at least discover some of the long-held NightWing secrets -- what magical powers they really have, who they're allied with in the war, and where they've been living all this time. But the truth about Starflight's tribe is more terrible than he ever imagined: Not only do the NightWings live in a dark, miserable place, but they've imprisoned several innocent RainWings there, too. Stranded and alone, Starflight only wants to get back to his friends. But the fate of two kingdoms now rests in his talons, and with no one to save him, Starflight will have to find a way to be brave... before it's too late.