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Ghalayini, Nicolas: Lingua Ludica. Learn Englis...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 03.01.2018 Medium: Spiel Titel: Lingua Ludica. Learn English by playing Titelzusatz: Spieldauer 35-40 Minuten Autor: Ghalayini, Nicolas Redaktion: Ghalayini, Nicolas Verlag: Lingua Ludica Sprache: Englisch Schlagworte: Non Books

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Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats
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An engaging collection of humorous poems. These verses, originally composed to amuse Eliot's intimate friends, have proven irresistible to cat lovers, lovers of nonsense, and admirers of Eliot throughout the English-speaking world. 'Enough ferocious fancy and parody to knock the spots off most cat books and most...verses' (Time). Drawings by Nicolas Bentley.

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El Café de Los Pequeños Milagros / The Cafe of ...
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Tras vender más de un millón de ejemplares de La sonrisa de las mujeres, el maestro de las historias románticas llega con un nuevo libro que es como un rayo de sol directo al corazón. Nelly tiene 25 años, vive en París, le gusta la vida tranquila, adora los libros antiguos, desconfía de los hombres atractivos, está enamorada en secreto de su profesor de filosofía, cree en los presagios y nunca jamás se subiría a un avión. Desde luego no es el tipo de persona que cogería todos sus ahorros una mañana fría de enero, se compraría un bolso rojo y se montaría en un tren a Venecia. Pero a veces las cosas ocurren. Cosas como un catarro, un amor inesperado o una inscripción misteriosa en un viejo libro... Y a veces hay que perder el suelo bajo los pies para llegar al séptimo cielo. Nicolas Barreau vuelve con una novela deliciosa que lleva al lector del norte al sur para conducirlo a un pequeño café en el que aguardan los secretos y los milagros son posibles. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION After selling more than a million copies of La sonrisa de las mujeres / A Woman’s Smile, the master of romantic stories arrives with a new book that is like a ray of sunshine for the heart. Nelly is 25 years old, lives in Paris, likes her calm life, adores old books, mistrusts attractive men, is secretly in love with her Philosophy professor, believes in omens, and will never ever get on a plane. She is not the type of person who would get all of her savings one cold January morning, buy a red bag, and hop on a train to Venice. But sometimes things happen. Things like a cold, an unexpected love, or a mysterious inscription in an old book… And sometimes you have to lose the ground under your feet to get to seventh heaven. Nicolas Barreau returns with a delicious novel that takes the reader from north to south and to a small café in which secrets are kept and miracles are possible.

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Mission Tales Volume 1
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Mission Tales is a seven-volume collection of wonderfully illustrated children's stories. Each volume contains three interesting, informative, and delightful stories, enjoyed by readers of all ages, but primarily intended for adolescents aged 7-12 years old. Each story is based on historical accounts relating to one of California's twenty-one missions. A brief historical overview, along with a calendar of historical events, is included for each Mission. These books are perfect for schools, libraries, and for every child's bookshelf. Mission Tales was written by Helen M. Roberts and first published in 1948, to honor the California Missions in celebration of California's statehood centennial. She became interested in the Missions, photographed many details, and in the process almost 'relived' the Mission days. In 1948, Mission Tales were published in 21 small books, one for each mission. While the books were still in galley form, a series of 13 radio programs were broadcast into California schools through the Fresno Bee, Sacramento Bee and Bakersfield Bee stations. Later the books were re-published in 7 volumes, with 3 missions included in each volume. Contained within the set were more than 300 illustrations, all drawn by her daughter who majored in Art at Stanford University. Helen Roberts was a prolific author and photographer. Besides the Mission Tales series, she authored children's plays, several novels, and many religious works. She lived in Africa for 17 years, battling illiteracy; At first, she assisted with English language classes for African adults who were literate in their own language. Then she learned the native Swahili and helped teach classes of adult illiterates. Helen continued her writing of books on language, health, family finance, and a variety of other subjects in the Swahili language. She also prepared the first Shona Language primer, and trained many teachers in the Laubach method of attacking adult illiteracy. An inspiring account of her major achievements is contained within each volume of Mission Tales. Volume 1 The Miracle Ship (Mission San Diego) - A tale of the beginning of the famous California Missions and the first critical year at San Diego. Father Peyri's Shadows (Mission San Luis Rey) - Father Peyri's surprising reward to two Indian students. The Two-Tailed Comet (Mission San Juan Capistrano) - The struggle of a young Indian against the terrifying superstitions of his People. Volume 2 The Artist of San Gabriel (Mission San Gabriel) - A charming tale of Gabriel, a young Indian who yearned to be a painter, and of the fulfillment of his dream. A Gift for the Padre (Mission San Fernando Rey) - A touching story of the Christmas gift to Father Ibarra. The Gardener of San Buenaventura (Mission San Buenaventura) - An Indian boy's rise from kitchen helper to chief gardener. Volume 3 The Lone Woman of San Nicolas (Mission Santa Barbara) - The rescue of an Indian woman after eighteen years of exile on a lonely island. Pasquala of Santa Ines (Mission Santa Inés) - The true story of a courageous native girl who saved the Mission. The Anger of Chupu (Mission Purísima) - The effect of a disastrous earthquake upon an Indian youth, his grandfather, and his palomino horse. Volume 4 The Tilemaker (Mission San Luis Obispo) - A story about a young Indian's part in the perfecting of tiles. The Wishing Chair (Mission San Miguel) - The legend of the Wishing Chair and what happened to a Tulare Indian girl who sat in it. The Bear Hunter (Mission San Antonio) - An exciting account of the bear hunt that saved the Mission from starvation. Volume 5 Clemente's Christmas (Mission Soledad) - A tale of Christmas, showing how a lonely sheepherder found friends through the Nativity play. Juan of Carmel (Mission San Carlos) - An Indian boy's adventure in early days of Carmel Mission. The Magic Barrel Organ (Mission San Juan Bautista) - The young Indian singer who lost his voice, but found it in time to stop the enemy. Volume 6 Miguel and the Pirates (Mission Santa Cruz) - A Mission Indian boy's experience with pirates. Little Lost Girl (Mission Santa Clara) - The story of a captive Indian girl who found happiness in her new Mission home. The Music-Maker (Mission San José) - The story of an Indian boy who

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Mission Tales Volume 1
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Mission Tales is a seven-volume collection of wonderfully illustrated children's stories. Each volume contains three interesting, informative, and delightful stories, enjoyed by readers of all ages, but primarily intended for adolescents aged 7-12 years old. Each story is based on historical accounts relating to one of California's twenty-one missions. A brief historical overview, along with a calendar of historical events, is included for each Mission. These books are perfect for schools, libraries, and for every child's bookshelf. Mission Tales was written by Helen M. Roberts and first published in 1948, to honor the California Missions in celebration of California's statehood centennial. She became interested in the Missions, photographed many details, and in the process almost 'relived' the Mission days. In 1948, Mission Tales were published in 21 small books, one for each mission. While the books were still in galley form, a series of 13 radio programs were broadcast into California schools through the Fresno Bee, Sacramento Bee and Bakersfield Bee stations. Later the books were re-published in 7 volumes, with 3 missions included in each volume. Contained within the set were more than 300 illustrations, all drawn by her daughter who majored in Art at Stanford University. Helen Roberts was a prolific author and photographer. Besides the Mission Tales series, she authored children's plays, several novels, and many religious works. She lived in Africa for 17 years, battling illiteracy; At first, she assisted with English language classes for African adults who were literate in their own language. Then she learned the native Swahili and helped teach classes of adult illiterates. Helen continued her writing of books on language, health, family finance, and a variety of other subjects in the Swahili language. She also prepared the first Shona Language primer, and trained many teachers in the Laubach method of attacking adult illiteracy. An inspiring account of her major achievements is contained within each volume of Mission Tales. Volume 1 The Miracle Ship (Mission San Diego) - A tale of the beginning of the famous California Missions and the first critical year at San Diego. Father Peyri's Shadows (Mission San Luis Rey) - Father Peyri's surprising reward to two Indian students. The Two-Tailed Comet (Mission San Juan Capistrano) - The struggle of a young Indian against the terrifying superstitions of his People. Volume 2 The Artist of San Gabriel (Mission San Gabriel) - A charming tale of Gabriel, a young Indian who yearned to be a painter, and of the fulfillment of his dream. A Gift for the Padre (Mission San Fernando Rey) - A touching story of the Christmas gift to Father Ibarra. The Gardener of San Buenaventura (Mission San Buenaventura) - An Indian boy's rise from kitchen helper to chief gardener. Volume 3 The Lone Woman of San Nicolas (Mission Santa Barbara) - The rescue of an Indian woman after eighteen years of exile on a lonely island. Pasquala of Santa Ines (Mission Santa Inés) - The true story of a courageous native girl who saved the Mission. The Anger of Chupu (Mission Purísima) - The effect of a disastrous earthquake upon an Indian youth, his grandfather, and his palomino horse. Volume 4 The Tilemaker (Mission San Luis Obispo) - A story about a young Indian's part in the perfecting of tiles. The Wishing Chair (Mission San Miguel) - The legend of the Wishing Chair and what happened to a Tulare Indian girl who sat in it. The Bear Hunter (Mission San Antonio) - An exciting account of the bear hunt that saved the Mission from starvation. Volume 5 Clemente's Christmas (Mission Soledad) - A tale of Christmas, showing how a lonely sheepherder found friends through the Nativity play. Juan of Carmel (Mission San Carlos) - An Indian boy's adventure in early days of Carmel Mission. The Magic Barrel Organ (Mission San Juan Bautista) - The young Indian singer who lost his voice, but found it in time to stop the enemy. Volume 6 Miguel and the Pirates (Mission Santa Cruz) - A Mission Indian boy's experience with pirates. Little Lost Girl (Mission Santa Clara) - The story of a captive Indian girl who found happiness in her new Mission home. The Music-Maker (Mission San José) - The story of an Indian boy who

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Criminal Conversation: Van der Valk, Book 5 , H...
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Van der Valk is on the case again as a mysterious letter is unearthed alluding to the murder of a man named Cabestan. In the letter, the murderer is named but van der Valk must find out first who this mysterious letter-writer is. What transpires is a tale of deception and adultery as the rich Carl Merckel, the managing director of the Lutz Brothers merchant bank, lays an accusation of cold blooded homicide of which, he claims, his wife had no part to play. A true master of popular crime fiction and creator of the ever-popular Inspector van der Valk and Henri Castang, Nicolas Freeling has written more than 30 books and has an innate empathy with France and its culture. Born in London in 1927, Freeling has lived much of his life in Europe, notably the Vosges hills and Strasbourg. An astute, gritty writer of European flavour, his novels reflect all that is great about crime fiction. Nicolas Freeling's The King of the Rainy Country received a 1967 Edgar Award, from the Mystery Writers of America, for Best Novel. He also won the Gold Dagger of the Crime Writer's Association, and France's Grand Prix de Littérature Policière. In 1968 his novel Love in Amsterdam was adapted as the film Amsterdam Affair directed by Gerry O'Hara and starring Wolfgang Kieling as van der Valk. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Christopher Oxford. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/008238/bk_adbl_008238_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Touch the Skies: Stardust, Volume 4 , Hörbuch, ...
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Ava and Nicolas… What happens after Nicolas declares his love to Ava? As Ava's 21st birthday approaches, the time to tell Nic's family about their relationship is coming closer. Will they make it to that day without being found out? And will Clea let Nic go without a fight? Tori and Alen… Tori finally takes Alen to Mars to visit her family and properly meet her father, the Great German ambassador of the northern hemisphere. On Christmas Eve, Alen gets a text message from Commander Kelso, though, asking him to be a part of the rebel movement. Will Tori be able to accept that her boyfriend is not quite done with his dark past yet? Lana and Bruce… She hasn't seen him for months, and then he unexpectedly shows up on her doorstep on Desida Two. Will Bruce be able to hide in plain sight thanks to a new alliance between the Desidans and the rebels? Lana is about to find out - and show him how much she's missed him now that Bruce is here for a surprise visit. Touch the Skies is a novella containing three short stories about the couples readers have come to love in Books 1, 2, and 3 in the Stardust Erotic Romance Series. A fifth and final book will be published by the end of 2014. A sweet, erotic romance series for lovers of New Adult with a hint of Futuristic. Content Warning: Due to mature content, recommended for listeners aged 18+. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Melissa Huso. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/024093/bk_acx0_024093_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The History of Tom Jones - A Foundling  , Hörbu...
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The ‘Voice of the Year’ competition introduced and sponsored by Naxos AudioBooks and The Times books pages, edited by Erica Wagner, took place in Spring 2004. Readers without any formal drama training or professional acting experience were invited to send in recordings of a short extract of either Dickens, Austen or from The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame and an own choice. The judging panel - Martin Jarvis, Juliet Stevenson, and Anton Lesser, with John Tydeman, David Timson, and Christina Hardyment (audiobook reviewer for The Times), under the chairmanship of Naxos AudioBooks’ managing director Nicolas Soames – chose the winner and finalists from nearly one thousand entries. First prize was to read a classic for Naxos AudioBooks. The winner was Maurice West, a fifty-five-year-old English teacher from Croydon. His chosen piece was from Tom Jones and he was invited to read an extended abridgement – 6-CD set – of the same novel. ‘We were very impressed by the natural storytelling talent shown by Mr West, with a strong narrative character, a sense of period style as well as a firm grasp of the many characters who appear,’ said Nicolas Soames. After graduating from Cambridge, Mr West applied to LAMDA on the main acting course and was accepted. Unfortunately, he didn’t have sufficient funds to take up the offer and had to confine his thespian interests to amateur dramatics. Now, later in life, he has a chance to open a new thread of activity. This 6 CD recording of Tom Jones is an important addition to the eighteenth-century audio library on Naxos AudioBooks.PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Maurice West. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/naxo/000690/bk_naxo_000690_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Favorite Children's Stories, Volume 5 , Hörbuch...
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Volume 5 of this popular series consists of the following stories:  "The Books of Beasts" by Edith Nesbit "Prince Sneeze" by Henry Beston "Kind Little Edmund" by Edith Nesbit "The Plate of Pancakes" by Maude Lindsey "The Castle of Life" by Edward Deboulyea "The Glass Dog" by L. Frank Baum "The Country Called Nanomia" by Evelyn Sharp "The Sea Dragon" by Alan McCall "The Professor of Practical Jokes" by Evelyn Sharp "Revenge of the Fireflies" by Abbie Phillips Walker "Snow White and Rose Red" by The Brothers Grimm "Jean Mailin and the Bull Man" by Louisa Bontemps "The Marvelous Dog and the Wonderful Cat" by Henry Beston "Circe's Palace" by Nathaniel Hawthorne "The Boy Who Wanted More Cheese" by William Eliot Griffis "Oh" by Nicolas Shebresky "The Princess Eglantine" by Constance Harrison "The Stuffed Alligator" by Frank Stockton "The Wise Girl" by Miroslav Lukin 1. Language: English. Narrator: Cindy Killavey, Brian Killavey, Kevin Killavey, Jim Killavey, Walter Zimmerman, Justin Lerman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/jimc/001111/bk_jimc_001111_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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