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Her own past could be a reporter's biggest story in this twisting thriller about murder and family secrets by the New York Times bestselling author T.R. Ragan. Plagued by traumatic childhood memories, crime reporter Sawyer Brooks still struggles to gain control of her rage, her paranoia, and her life. Now, after finally getting promoted at work, she is forced to return home and face her past. River Rock is where she'd been abandoned by her two older sisters to suffer alone, and in silence, the unspeakable abuses of her family. It's also where Sawyer's best friend disappeared and two teenage girls were murdered. Three cold cases dead and buried with the rest of the town's secrets. When another girl is slain in a familiar grisly fashion, Sawyer is determined to put an end to the crimes. Pulled back into the horrors of her family history, Sawyer must reconcile with her estranged sisters, who both have shattering memories of their own. As Sawyer's investigation leads to River Rock's darkest corners, what will prove more dangerous--what she knows of the past or what she has yet to discover?
Book A Sound Like Someone Trying Not to Make a Sound Description/Summary:
When a child hears a noise in the night he gets up to investigate. He calls his father to help him and they work through all the things that the 'noise' could be, eventually realising that it is nothing to be scared of. An empowering book about over coming ones fears handled with brilliant originality by John Irving and Tatjana Hauptmann.
Book I Just Don't Like the Sound of No! Description/Summary:
‘NO’ is RJ’s least favorite word . . . and he tries his best to convince his dad, his mom, and his teacher to turn “No” into “Maybe” or “We’ll see” or “Later” or “I’ll think about it.” Author Julia Cook helps K-6 readers laugh and learn along with RJ as he understands the benefits of demonstrating the social skills of accepting “No” for an answer and disagreeing appropriately. Tips for parents and educators on how to teach and encourage kids to use these skills are included in the book. I Just Don’t Like the Sound of NO! is another in the BEST ME I Can Be! series of books from the Boys Town Press that teach children social skills.
Young readers will learn how vibrations make sound that we can hear in this accessible, photo-filled book. Simple text and vibrant photos bring basic science concepts to life and encourage kids to engage with the sounds they hear.
Book I Am A Sound Engineer Don't Make Me Mute You Description/Summary:
Funny Novelty Notebook This is a high-quality small diary journal to use for your affirmations, creating lists, creative writing, scheduling, organizing, meetings, recordings your thoughts, and any ideas you would like to record for your notes. Details Dimensions: 6 x 9 120 pages of Blank-Lined White Pages High-Quality Paper Soft Matte Cover
How To Make A Noise-perhaps the most widely read book about synthesizer programming-is a comprehensive, practical guide to sound design and synthesizer programming techniques using subtractive (analog) synthesis, frequency modulation synthesis, additive synthesis, wave-sequencing, and sample-based synthesis. The book looks at programming using examples from six software synthesizers: Cameleon 5000 from Camel Audio, Rhino 2 from BigTick, Surge from Vember Audio, Vanguard from reFX, Wusikstation from Wusik dot com, and Z3TA+ from Cakewalk. Simon Cann is a musician and writer based in London. He is author of Cakewalk Synthesizers: From Presets to Power User, Building a Successful 21st Century Music Career, and Sample This!! (with Klaus P Rausch). You can contact Simon through his website: www.noisesculpture.com.
How can teachers make sure that all students gain the reading skills they need to be successful in school and in life? In this book, Karen Tankersley describes the six foundational "threads" that students need to study in order to become effective readers: phonemic awareness, phonics and decoding, vocabulary, fluency, comprehension, and higher-order processing. For each area, the author explains how students acquire the reading skills they need and offers a series of skill-building strategies and activities that teachers can use in the classroom. Although reading is perhaps most intensely taught in the kindergarten and 1st-grade classrooms, Tankersley emphasizes that helping students become lifelong readers is a task for all teachers, including content-area teachers in middle and high schools. The Threads of Reading addresses key questions about literacy, such as * What makes a difference in reading achievement? * How much reading time is enough? * How can teachers use writing to build reading skills? * How can teachers help students make meaning from their reading? The strategies in this book address many situations, from individual instruction to small- or large-group instruction, from kindergarten to high school. Teachers will appreciate the multitude of activities provided, and administrators will learn to better evaluate the reading programs in place in their districts and schools. Grounded in both research and "teacher lore" from actual classrooms, this book is a solid guide to helping students become lifelong readers. Note: This product listing is for the Adobe Acrobat (PDF) version of the book.
For twenty-two years, Katherine Bouton had a secret that grew harder to keep every day. An editor at The New York Times, at daily editorial meetings she couldn't hear what her colleagues were saying. She had gone profoundly deaf in her left ear; her right was getting worse. As she once put it, she was "the kind of person who might have used an ear trumpet in the nineteenth century." Audiologists agree that we're experiencing a national epidemic of hearing impairment. At present, 50 million Americans suffer some degree of hearing loss—17 percent of the population. And hearing loss is not exclusively a product of growing old. The usual onset is between the ages of nineteen and forty-four, and in many cases the cause is unknown. Shouting Won't Help is a deftly written, deeply felt look at a widespread and misunderstood phenomenon. In the style of Jerome Groopman and Atul Gawande, and using her experience as a guide, Bouton examines the problem personally, psychologically, and physiologically. She speaks with doctors, audiologists, and neurobiologists, and with a variety of people afflicted with midlife hearing loss, braiding their stories with her own to illuminate the startling effects of the condition. The result is a surprisingly engaging account of what it's like to live with an invisible disability—and a robust prescription for our nation's increasing problem with deafness. A Kirkus Reviews Best Nonfiction Book of 2013
Book Ayres dyspraxia monograph : 25th anniversary edition ... Includes : Reflections on 25 years of dyspraxia research by Sharon A. Cermak ... How does it feel to be dyspraxic child? by A. Jean Ayres ... Neuroanatomical glossary and images ... Updated and expanded references Description/Summary:
Book What Sound Does It Make? Description/Summary:
Meow, cluck, oink, BAA! What sound does each animal make? Kids will have fun finding out with this entertaining game, which features a book, a poster, and 62 tiles packaged in an attractive box. Just hold up a tile with a picture of a monkey, donkey, elephant, or dog; children then pick out the matching one that shows the animal "speaking." The accompanying book features cool facts and funny riddles.
"Darnmoor, The Gateway to Happiness. The sign taunts a fool into feeling some sense of achievement, some kind of end - that you have reached a destination in the very least. Yet as the sign states, Darnmoor is merely a gateway, a waypoint on the road to where you really want to be. Darnmoor is the home of the Billymil family, three generations who have lived in this 'gateway town'. Race relations between Indigenous and settler families are fraught, though the rigid status quo is upheld through threats and soft power rather than the overt violence of yesteryear. As progress marches forwards, Darnmoor and its surrounds undergo rapid social and environmental changes, but as some things change, some stay exactly the same. The Billymil family are watched (and sometimes visited) by ancestral spirits and spirits of the recently deceased, who look out for their descendants and attempt to help them on the right path. When the town's secrets start to be uncovered the town will be rocked by a violent act that forever shatters a century of silence."--Provided by publisher.
Book Sally the Seal and Ellie the Eel Description/Summary:
A great story about Sally the Seal who lives in a stream. When she swims out to sea, she meets Ellie the eel and she cooks her a lovely meal. On her way back she meets Dean the donkey and Stan the sheep, and they go on a few adventures. The story introduces the long vowel sound 'e' and the alternative ways to spell this sound. It ensures your new reader can apply their new knowledge immediately. It includes several fun and engaging activities for your new reader to complete in order to check and reinforce their learning. This is the second book in the PLUS level series 2 of 'Sounds make Words make Stories'. The learning that takes place in this book builds upon the learning from Series 1. This is a structured reading program that introduces sound groups in a systematic and uncluttered way. It builds confidence and capability in your new reader by only focusing on new sounds together with those already learned. This program has had success with young readers, stubborn readers, readers with learning difficulties and readers with English as a second language. It has been proven to be an excellent educational tool within schools as well as for home learning. The program contains self-reader books as well as read-aloud story books that complement the reader's journey. They contain fun characters who have interesting adventures and teach a moral value. The read-aloud story linked with this self-reader is 'Dale the Friendly Whale'.
Can a girl who risks her life for books and an alien who loves pop music work together to save humanity? A beautiful and thrilling debut novel for fans of Marie Lu and Veronica Roth. Two years ago, a misunderstanding between the leaders of Earth and the invading Ilori resulted in the deaths of one-third of the world’s population. Today, seventeen-year-old Ellie Baker survives in an Ilori-controlled center in New York City. With humans deemed dangerously volatile because of their initial reaction to the invasion, emotional expression can be grounds for execution. Music, art and books are illegal, but Ellie still keeps a secret library. When young Ilori commander M0Rr1S finds Ellie’s library, he’s duty-bound to deliver her for execution. The trouble is, he finds himself drawn to human music and in desperate need of more. Humanity’s fate rests in the hands of an alien Ellie should fear, but M0Rr1S has a potential solution—thousands of miles away. The two embark on a wild and dangerous journey with a bag of books and their favorite albums, all the while creating a story and a song of their own that just might save them both.
'Incredibly chilling. A contender for THRILLER OF THE YEAR' Fiona Cummins, bestselling author of Rattle 'A FAST-PACED and DARKLY DISTURBING thriller' Clare Mackintosh, bestselling author of Let Me Lie and I See You You can't choose your family. Or can you? Meet the Bensons. They're an ordinary couple. They wash their car, mow their lawn and pass the time of day with their neighbours. And they have a beautiful little girl called Daisy. There's just one problem. SHE'S NOT THEIRS. D. S. Nathan Cody is about to face his darkest and most terrifying case yet . . . See what everyone is saying about DON'T MAKE A SOUND... 'A MIND-BLOWING, HEAD-RATTLING, whirlwind of a thriller. David Jackson is the king of 'just-one-more-chapter'. I bloody LOVED it' Joanna Cannon, Sunday Times bestselling author 'Damn, Don't Make a Sound was good. Tore through it in two days. CREEPY, CHILLING . . . Perfect!' Caz Frear, bestselling author of Sweet Little Lies 'Jackson catapults himself into the top echelons of crime fiction with Don't Make a Sound. This book is going to be a talking point for years to come' Luca Veste, author of The Bone Keeper 'OMG what a brilliant read! Hardly breathed the whole way through! LOVED this book!' Samantha Hayes, bestselling author of The Reunion 'One of the most DISTURBING, FRIGHTENING crime novels I've read in a long time' Martyn Waites 'OMG this book! Don't Make a Sound started off CREEPY then became so TENSE that I barely breathed from the middle to the end' Susi Holliday 'Bloody CREEPY and absolutely GRIPPING. Another hit from a chap who really knows how to fill his inkwell with our deepest fears' David Mark 'I haven't read a book in one sitting in a long time but Don't Make a Sound REDEFINES GRIPPING. And that twist at the end! Bravo!' Chris Whitaker, award-winning author of TALL OAKS 'Excellent. Such a page-turner' G. J. Minett 'A parent's nightmare. A cop's worst fear. Jackson doesn't mince his words when it comes to dark and disturbing' Mel Sherratt 'A beautifully wrought thriller that had the kid in me cowering beneath the bed covers. One of the best thrillers of my year' CJ Carver 'Disturbing subject matter, expertly handled & well executed. If you like your tension drip-fed, this one's for you' Mari Hannah 'A chilling slice of Suburban Gothic that KEPT ME ON THE EDGE OF MY SEAT. Lock all your doors because, trust me, you're never going be able to look at your neighbours the same way again' Mark Hill
The award-winning creator of the documentary The Music Instinct traces the efforts of visionary researchers and musicians to understand the biological foundations of music and its relationship to the brain and the physical world. 35,000 first printing.
From the scientist duo behind True or Poo?, their original New York Times bestselling sensation--a scientifically precise, fully illustrated, utterly hilarious guide to animal flatulence. Dogs do it. Millipedes do it. Dinosaurs did it. You do it. I do it. Octopuses don't (and nor do octopi). Spiders might do it: more research is needed. Birds don't do it, but they could if they wanted to. Herrings do it to communicate with each other. In 2017 zoologist Dani Rabaiotti's teenage brother asked her a most teenaged question: Do snakes fart? Stumped, Rabaiotti turned to Twitter. The internet did not disappoint. Her innocent question spawned the hashtag #doesitfart and it spread like a noxious gas. Dozens of noted experts began weighing in on which animals do and don't fart, and if they do, how much, how often, what it's made of, what it smells like, and why. Clearly, the public demands more information on animal farts. Does it Fart? fills that void: a fully authoritative, fully illustrated guide to animal flatulence, covering the habits of 80 animals in more detail than you ever knew you needed. What do hyena farts smell especially bad? What is a fossa, and does it fart? Why do clams vomit but not fart? And what is a fart, really? Pairing hilarious illustrations with surprisingly detailed scientific explanations, Does it Fart? will allow you to shift the blame onto all kinds of unlikely animals for years to come.
Book Coins Always Make Sound, But Currency Notes Are Always Silent, So When Your Value Increases Keep Calm and Silent Description/Summary:
Special Coin Collection Themed Notebook / Journal A small diary / journal / notebook to quickly jot down your thoughts before they disappear. Excellent for creative writing, for creating lists, planning schedules. Makes an excellent gift idea for birthdays or any special occasion, or just to show someone that you care and they are appreciated. Conveniently sized at 6 x 9 inches 120 pages Softcover bookbinding Flexible paperback