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The adventures of the Bailey School Kids. 4, Dragons don't cook pizza

The adventures of the Bailey School Kids. 4, Dragons don't cook pizza

Rafer, Angeli, author, illustrator.
2024

"When the Bailey School Kids visit Jewel's Pizza Castle, they think they're in for just a regular pizza party, despite the fun medieval decor. But when they see smoke and hear roars coming from the kitchen, they wonder what's going on. Could Sir George be keeping a DRAGON there?"-- Provided by publisher.

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Baby-sitters little sister. 8, Karen's sleepover

Baby-sitters little sister. 8, Karen's sleepover

Farina, Katy, author, artist
2024

Karen is having her first sleepover! She and her friends are going to tell spooky stories, bake cookies, and raid the refrigerator. But then Karen and Nancy get into a big fight, and Karen doesn't want Nancy to come to her party. A new girl, Pamela, comes instead and she isn't any fun. What is Karen going to do?

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Behind Closed Doors Stories from the Kamloops Indian Residential.

Behind Closed Doors Stories from the Kamloops Indian Residential.

Agnes, Jace.
2024

Behind Closed Doors features written testimonials from thirty-two individuals who attended the Kamloops Indian Residential School. The school was one of many infamous residential schools that operated from 1893 to 1979. The storytellers remember and share with us their stolen time at the school; many stories are told through courageous tears.

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Billy Buckhorn and the rise of the night seers

Billy Buckhorn and the rise of the night seers

Robinson, Gary, 1950-, author
2024

Cherokee teen Billy Buckhorn had no idea what was in store for him when Osage teen Lisa Lookout and her family showed up on his doorstep. A tribal prophecy, carried by their family for a thousand years, indicates Billy is the long-awaited Chosen One, and that he is destined to battle dark ancient forces that are planning to retake control of the Middleworld. As Billy comes to accept his prophesied new role, he must also learn to accept that he and his loved ones are now targets of the most powerful shape-shifting Native American witches and sorcerers on Turtle Island. Known as the Night Seers of the Owl Clan, Billy must use old Indigenous ways, intertwined with new technology, to fight and defeat this evil force.

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Blessing of the lost girls

Blessing of the lost girls

Jance, Judith A., author
2024

"Driven by a compulsion that challenges his self-control, the man calling himself Charles Milton prowls the rodeo circuit, hunting young women. For years, he has been meticulous in his methods, abducting, murdering, and disposing of his victims while leaving no evidence of his crimes--or their identities--behind. Indigenous women have become his target of choice, knowing law enforcement's history of ignoring their disappearances. A cold case has just been assigned to Dan Pardee, a field officer with the newly formed Missing and Murdered Indigenous People's Task Force. Rosa Rios, a young woman of Apache descent and one-time rodeo star, vanished three years ago. Human remains, a homicide victim burned beyond recognition, were discovered in Cochise County around the time she went missing. They have finally been confirmed to be Rosa. With Sheriff Joanna Brady's help, Dan is determined to reopen the case and bring long-awaited justice to Rosa's family. As the orphaned son of a murdered Indigenous woman, he feels an even greater, personal obligation to capture this killer. Joanna's daughter Jennifer is also taking a personal interest in this case, having known Rosa from her own amateur rodeo days. Now a criminal justice major, she's unofficially joining the investigation. And as it becomes clear that Rosa was just one victim of a serial killer, both Jennifer and Dan know they're running out of time to catch an elusive predator who's proven capable of getting away with murder."-- Provided by publisher.

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Breaking the Rainbow Ceiling How LGBTQ+ People Can Thrive and Succeed at Work.

Breaking the Rainbow Ceiling How LGBTQ+ People Can Thrive and Succeed at Work.

McCay, Layla.

There are currently only four LGBTQ+ CEOs across all Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies, and just 0.8% of Fortune 500 board positions are filled by LGBTQ+ people. This book explores the hidden differences that cause LGBTQ+ people to be underrepresented at the most senior levels of professional life. Combining data with personal insights from over 40 prominent LGBTQ+ trailblazers, Layla McCay reveals the challenges that LGBTQ+ people commonly encounter as they find their way in work environments, and provides the practical strategies that can help empower LGBTQ+ people to reach their full professional potential. Print run 25,000.

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Did I ever tell you? : a memoir

Did I ever tell you? : a memoir

Kingston, Genevieve, author
2024

Genevieve (Gwen) Kingston's mother was diagnosed with terminal cancer when Gwen was just three years old. Defying the odds, she lived another eight years - during which time she filled a chest with gifts and letters to Gwen and her brother, Jamie, for every major milestone and birthday through age thirty. Two decades after her passing, Gwen's mother's extraordinary efforts created a lifelong conversation beyond the grave. This is not just a gorgeously written mother-daughter story. It's also the story of a family riven by grief and mental illness, and a story of a young woman's navigation through both.

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Do not open this book or else

Do not open this book or else

Lee, Andy, 1981- author
2023

We all know size doesn't matter, that is until you get shrunk to the size of an ant... or even smaller. Kids will delight in another adventure with Wizz, navigating the world as he gets smaller and smaller, every time you turn the page!

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Girl Dinner 75+ Snack Plates and No-Cook Meals.

Girl Dinner 75+ Snack Plates and No-Cook Meals.

Nelson, Thomas.

Whether you're a busy woman on the go, a student in need of quick meal solutions, or a food lover who appreciates the art of casual cooking, this book offers a treasure trove of recipes to suit your needs. Learn how to create balanced charcuterie boards that will satisfy your cravings and fuel your lifestyle. Features 75+ delicious recipes for snack plates and bites, Instagram-worthy photography, and quick, easy, and cost-effective meals.

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Holmes, Marple and Poe

Holmes, Marple and Poe

Patterson, James.
2024

In New York City, three intriguing, smart, and stylish private investigators open Holmes, Marple and Poe Investigations. Who are these detectives with famous names and mysterious, untraceable pasts? Brendan Holmes: a keen, science-minded sleuth with an even keener sense of smell. Margaret Marple: a charming snoop who works best undercover. Auguste Poe: a weapons expert with a weakness for muscle cars and beautiful women. The agency's daring methodology and headline-making solves attract the attention of NYPD Detective Helene Grey. Print run 300,000.

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I Want to Die But I Still Want to Eat Tteokbokki Further Conversations with My Psychiatrist.

I Want to Die But I Still Want to Eat Tteokbokki Further Conversations with My Psychiatrist.

Sehee, Baek.

When Baek Sehee started recording her sessions with her psychiatrist, her hope was to create a guide for herself. She never imagined she would reach so many people with her reflections. Healing is a difficult, non-linear process, though. In this second book, the inner conflict Baek Sehee experiences in treatment becomes more complex, more challenging, and she reaches out to hold the hands of all those for whom grappling with everyday despair is part of a lifelong project, part of the journey. Print run 75,000.

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A Is for Amish

A Is for Amish

Gray, Shelley Shepard.
2024

Siblings Martin, Kelsey, Beth, and Jonny are as different as can be, but they are all longing to reinvent their lives. Raised by their divorced lapsed-Amish father and English mother, they only knew real stability and a sense of family when visiting their Old Order grandparents, Josiah and Sylvia Schrock, in peaceful small-town Millersburg, Ohio. Now the four want to try living with them and joining their faith - much to the Schrocks' surprise. Yet given time and patience - and adhering to their grandparents' unexpectedly challenging rules - the whole family might just find what they're looking for. Print run 65,000.

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Joy A Novel.

Joy A Novel.

Steel, Danielle.

Paperback.

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The Knowing The Enduring Legacy of Residential Schools.

The Knowing The Enduring Legacy of Residential Schools.

Talaga, Tanya.
2024

It is believed that nearly 20,000 Indigenous children have been lost on Turtle Island. The system, fuelled by Church and state, committed the most heinous of crimes: sexually, physically and emotionally abusing children over decades, many of whom died and were buried on the grounds of the schools. Award-winning Anishinaabe author Tanya Talaga retells the history of this country as only she can - through an Indigenous lens, by tracing the life of her great-great grandmother and family as they lived through this government- and Church-sanctioned genocide. Hometown: Toronto, ON. Print run 60,000.

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Loud

Loud

Afualo, Drew.

The empowering, inspiring, patriarchy book by the TikTok and Spotify star Drew Afualo. Drew Afualo is best known as the internet's "Crusader for Women" and is at the head of a new generation of entertainment's rising stars. This is part manual, part manifesto, and part memoir. It makes it clear that behind her fearsome laugh is a mission and a life philosophy, a strategy for self-confidence from the inside out, and a pathway to once and for all remove men from the center of how women and fems think about themselves. Print run 200,000.

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The murder inn

The murder inn

Patterson, James, 1947- author
2024

The Inn at Gloucester is the lone structure on a rocky Massachusetts shoreline. Former Boston police detective Bill Robinson runs the place as a refuge from life's cruel disappointments. When two strangers arrive for a temporary stay among the permanent residents, they're welcomed with no questions asked. There's another new resident in town. A crime boss. And he doesn't like the close watch Robinson and Spears keep over Gloucester. Local criminals are turning up dead. Teaming up with Sheriff Spears and three fearless residents, Robinson begins a risky defense of his town, his chosen family, and his home.

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Nexus A Brief History of Information Networks from the Stone Age to AI.

Nexus A Brief History of Information Networks from the Stone Age to AI.

Harari, Yuval Noah.

Yuval Noah Harari looks through the long lens of human history to consider how the flow of information has shaped us, and our world. Harari asks us to consider the complex relationship between information and truth, bureaucracy and mythology, wisdom and power. He explores how different societies and political systems throughout history have wielded information to achieve their goals, for good and ill. And he addresses the urgent choices we need to make in the face of non-human intelligence.

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Resurrection A Novel.

Resurrection A Novel.

Steel, Danielle.

Paperback.

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Shelterwood A Novel.

Shelterwood A Novel.

Wingate, Lisa.

Paperback.

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Smolder A Stone Barrington Novel.

Smolder A Stone Barrington Novel.

Woods, Stuart.

Finally enjoying some downtime in Santa Fe, Stone Barrington agrees to attend an art exhibit with a dear friend. There, he encounters an intriguing woman who is on the trail of a ring of art thieves. Always one to please, Stone offers his help. From Santa Fe to Los Angeles, it quickly becomes clear that her investigation has links to Stone - particularly to rare Matilda Stone art, his mother's paintings. And when old grudges come to light, Stone is forced to reckon with a familiar enemy. Stone must act fast before whoever is out to get him finally closes in on him - for good.

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Supremacy AI, ChatGPT, and the Race That Will Change the World.

Supremacy AI, ChatGPT, and the Race That Will Change the World.

Olson, Parmy.

In November of 2022, a webpage was posted online with a simple text box. It was an AI chatbot called ChatGPT, and was unlike any app people had used before. Behind the scenes, battles for control and prestige between the world's two leading AI firms, OpenAI and DeepMind, who now steers Google's AI efforts, has remained elusive - until now. Tech writer Parmy Olson tells the astonishing story of the battle between these two AI firms, their struggles to use their tech for good, and the hazardous direction they could go as they serve two tech monopolies whose power is unprecedented in history. Print run 75,000.

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A Talent for Murder A Novel.

A Talent for Murder A Novel.

Swanson, Peter.

Martha Ratliff conceded long ago that she'd likely spend her life alone. But then she met Alan. When he asked her to marry him, she said yes. A year in and the marriage was good, except for that strange blood streak on the back of one of his shirts he'd worn to a conference in Denver. Her curiosity turning to suspicion, Martha investigates the cities Alan visited over the past year and uncovers a disturbing pattern - five unsolved cases of murdered women. What Martha uncovers is more perplexing and wicked than she ever could have expected. Author of "The Kind Worth Saving." Print run 100,000.

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Wînipêk : Life from the Centre.

Wînipêk : Life from the Centre.

Sinclair, Niigaan.
2024

In Niigaan Sinclair's debut collection of stories, observations, and thoughts about Winnipeg, read about the complex history and contributions of this place alongside the radical solutions to injustice and violence found here, presenting solutions for a country that has forgotten principles of treaty and inclusivity. Sinclair uses the story of Winnipeg to illuminate the reality of Indigenous life all over what is called Canada. This is a book that demands change and celebrates those fighting for it, that reminds us of what must be reconciled and holds accountable those who must do the work. Residence: Winnipeg, MB. Print run 15,000.

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