Pete Pickles

Author: Berkeley Breathed
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101647019
Size: 72.80 MB
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Pete Pickles from the Author: Berkeley Breathed. Pete is a perfectly predictable, practical, uncomplicated pig. At least, he was . . . before a runaway circus elephant named Pickles stampeded into his life, needing a friend. Pickles is larger than life and overflowing with imagination. She takes Pete swandiving off Niagara Falls. (Sort of.) And sledding down the Matterhorn. (Sort of.) Pete goes along for the wild ride and actually begins to enjoy himself . . . until Pickles goes too far. And Pete tells her she must leave. Yet sometimes the simple life isn?t all it?s cracked up to be. Pulitzer Prize?winning cartoonist Berkeley Breathed offers two new irresistible characters and a heartfelt, hilarious look at the rarity of true friendship.

The Man From Nowhere

Author: Ralph Compton
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101057742
Size: 31.49 MB
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The Man From Nowhere from the Author: Ralph Compton. One man proves his worth in this Ralph Compton western... When the Apache surrounded the settlement of Alma, New Mexico, the "respectable" townsfolk began hanging those who weren't. Town drunk Eddie Oates was lucky to be banished from the town, left for the Apaches to kill. Oates never thought he was a survivor. But now, he's discovered a reason to go on—and he's about to unleash a raging fury upon those who would prey on the helpless, the hopeless, and those who others think aren't worth fighting for... More Than Six Million Ralph Compton Books In Print! From the Paperback edition.

Primary Puzzlers

Author: Ann Fisher
Publisher: Good Apple
ISBN: 9780866537209
Size: 39.84 MB
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Primary Puzzlers from the Author: Ann Fisher. Over 110 puzzles organized by month and season! From cut-and-color pages to mazes and graphs, these puzzles are suited for a wide range of primary abilities. Materials for extra credit work, five-minute fillers, pick-me-ups, or brainteasers.

Holy Enchilada 6

Author: Henry Winkler
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101153806
Size: 56.23 MB
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Holy Enchilada 6 from the Author: Henry Winkler. PS 87 is having multicultural week, and Ms. Adolf's class is putting on a "Foods from Around the World" luncheon. Hank is thrilled&150no reading, no outlining, and no review questions, just cooking! Hank makes enchiladas, and at the luncheon, Ms. Adolf piles her plate with lots of food. But after a few bites, her face turns bright red&150one of the dishes is super-spicy! Ms. Adolf accuses someone of playing a mean practical joke, and punishes the entire class with no recess until the guilty party comes forward. Hank realizes his trouble with numbers might have caused the problem&150what if he accidentally used three cups of peppers instead of 1/3 cup? Will Hank be able to get recess back for everyone without getting detention for the rest of his life?

Pete The Popcorn

Author: Nick Rokicki
ISBN: 9780692498316
Size: 22.58 MB
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Pete The Popcorn from the Author: Nick Rokicki. Join Pete and Patty as the students of Popcorn Prep welcome Hungarian foreign exchange students in the latest installment of Pete the Popcorn... Pickles, Peppers and Paprikas! When returning from a camping trip in northern Michigan, Professor Popcorn informs the students that they'll be stopping for lunch in Toledo, Ohio. The purpose? To eat at world famous restaurant Tony Packo's, in honor of their new Hungarian students. But there's a problem! Pete the Popcorn doesn't like pickles! He doesn't like peppers! And he doesn't like paprikas! What lesson will the students of Popcorn Prep learn in this fourth book of the Pete the Popcorn series?

The Old Bunch

Author: Meyer Levin
Publisher: Jabberwocky Literary Agency, Inc.
ISBN: 1625670877
Size: 37.57 MB
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The Old Bunch from the Author: Meyer Levin. The Old Bunch chronicles the lives of nineteen Jewish men and women on Chicago’s west side, a spawling-yet-intimate portrait of American life during the Great Depression, by an author the LA Times hailed as “the most significant American Jewish writer of his time.” Among the various lives depicted so vividly are those of Joe Feeman, a wayward artist who loses the love of his life to a doctor whose future path is as clear as Joe’s is uncertain. Sam Eisen appears to be following a stable path into law, but in actuality his contempt for the conformist lifestyles of his friends is second only to the distain he feels for the very life he has chosen. Sol Meisel starts out pursuing his dreams of becoming a professional athlete, before settling down to join his father’s business. Interweaving storylines of rebellion and growing up, Levin unsentimentally generates a worldview that is striking in its pre-World War II innocence, while also clearly delineating the old world from the new. The Old Bunch is one of the great novels of and about the interwar period. Both of its time and remarkably fresh, it is an outstanding achievement by a preeminent American writer. Norman Mailer referred to Levin as “one of the best American writers working in the realistic tradition.” Ernest Hemingway called his book Citizens “a fine American novel – one of the best I ever read.” In 1957, Levin won the Special Edgar Award for his book Compulsion, the renowned account of the Leopold and Loeb murders and the basis for the 20th Century Fox motion picture. This edition has been authorized by the Estate of Meyer Levin. REVIEWS “The Old Bunch is written in good hard-driving colloquial prose, and is full of sharp characterizations... A very fine novel with the speed and lustiness and brawling of the world’s fourth largest city.” --New Republic “A landmark in the development of the realistic novel... incident by incident it makes vivid and exciting reading... it brilliantly succeeds in taking the reader on a memorable tour of the world in which the “old bunch” lived.” --NY Timesbrbr

Act Elite 36 2nd Edition

Author: Princeton Review
Publisher: Princeton Review
ISBN: 1101882050
Size: 54.69 MB
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Act Elite 36 2nd Edition from the Author: Princeton Review. YOU NEED A STELLAR ACT SCORE TO PLAY IN THE BIG LEAGUES OF COLLEGE ADMISSIONS. Designed specifically for those who have already mastered the basics of the ACT, The Princeton Review’s ACT Elite 36, 2nd Edition, can help you gain total confidence in your test-taking skills and progress to the highest levels of scoring success. Inside are exclusive tips and strategies for tackling the hardest questions on the ACT. You’ll also find pacing guidelines for test day and challenging practice materials to help get you into top test-taking shape. Features include: Techniques That Actually Work. · Effective strategies to help you beat the test and hit your top score · Specialized tactics to avoid the trick questions that trap most students · Alternative approaches to enable you to handle the toughest questions with confidence Practice That Gets You to Perfection. · Drills and tests with 400+ intensive practice problems (both in the book and online) · Detailed answers and explanations to help you gain total content mastery · Thorough review of all ACT sections: English, Math, Reading, and Science, including helpful instruction for the revised and optional Writing section This eBook edition has been specially formatted for on-screen viewing with cross-linked questions, answers, and explanations.

Long Island Food

Author: T.W. Barritt
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625853718
Size: 25.40 MB
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Long Island Food from the Author: T.W. Barritt. Beyond its crowded highways, Long Island serves up a plentiful, eclectic bounty with a side of history. Enticing appetites from Nassau to Montauk, food writer and Long Island native T.W. Barritt explores how immigrant families built a still thriving agricultural community, producing everything from crunchy pickles and hearty potatoes to succulent Long Island duckling. Experience the rise and fall of Long Island’s bustling oyster industry and its reemergence today. And meet the modern-day pioneers—in community agriculture, wine, cheese, fine dining and craft spirits—who are reinventing Long Island’s food landscape and shaping a delicious future.

A Brand New Me 17

Author: Henry Winkler
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101171776
Size: 27.47 MB
Format: PDF
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A Brand New Me 17 from the Author: Henry Winkler. It’s graduation time for Hank Zipzer and all his friends— time to move on from PS 87 to middle school. Trouble is, there are tests Hank has to pass to get into the same middle schools as his friends, and his learning differences might get in the way. Luckily, a life-altering audition at a performing arts middle school helps him find his true path.