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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Third Batch of Saturday's Free Books 1-26-2013

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History of the Timelaws by Marise Ghorayeb

Rating: 3.5 Stars with 4 votes

Category:  Action and Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Young Adult 

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A Desperate Race Against Time.

Fifteen-year-old Elizabeth enjoys movies, teasing her older brothers, and pulling pranks with friends. She is also a member of a secret group of magic-wielding time travelers. However, when the rules that govern time travel are broken, chaos ensues and it is up to her to restore the Timelaws. As her enemies, the Wizards, and her allies, the Darks, scramble back and forth throughout time to claim victory in an ancient war, her past changes, as does her memory of it. Can Elizabeth make sense out of mayhem before it is too late? If she doesn̢۪t, her home, her family, and the universe will be destroyed.
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White Goods by Guy A Johnson

Rating: 5 Stars with 3 votes

Category: Contemporary, Literary

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Set in the south of England at the beginning of the 1980’s, White Goods is a novel about loss and the search for the truth, told through the eyes of a deceptive twelve-year-old boy.

Scot Buckley is a complex young man, living under the shadow of absence: his mother encounters a horrific death at the start of the book. Further, he is haunted by the elusive existence of a relative simply known as ‘Jackie’ – whose very being the rest of his family are determined to keep secret.

White Goods opens very dramatically: a child is pushed into the icy, open mouth of a chest freezer and the lid is slammed shut. His identity and fate are central to the story, but remain a mystery until the end.

Aside from the imprisoning chest freezer, other domestic goods participate in the drama. Scot recalls that his mother’s death is the result of a gory accident with a dishwasher. However, all is not as it initially seems and, each time Scot recalls her death, the scene and the actual cause are different…

White Goods is Guy Johnson’s second published novel. As with his debut, doG Backwards, the cover art was created by Lisa Moss.
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Best Homemade Soups by Sarah J Larson

Rating: 4.2 Stars with 10 votes

Category:  Non Fiction 

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Best Homemade Soups is a collection of favorite soup recipes that are repeatedly requested by family members and/or enjoyed and remembered by friends. Several friends have suggested or requested a collection of the soups they've enjoyed, and it is finally available.

You will find great soups from two different chicken noodle soup recipes to three different ways to make taco soup.

Some of the recipes are quick, some can cook all day. Some are easy to put together while others take a little more work. Some of the best soups are for one or two people but many are for several people or large appetites.

A couple recipes are great for using up leftover turkey. Many of the recipes are economical and can be used as the main entree for dinner.

Out of the 26 recipes included in this book, you are sure to find some new favorite soups for your table.
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BEA'S OWN GOOD Following Rules Children's Picture Book (Fully Illustrated Version) by Linda Talley

Rating: 4.2 Stars with 8 votes

Category:  Children's 

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FOLLOWING THE RULES

Make a beeline for the French countryside to learn how boundaries benefit everyone

To keep the honeycomb strong, to make the very best honey, and to keep all the little honeybees safe and sound, bees must do things just so-according to bee rules. During her first days in the hive, young Beatrice is as busy as the proverbial bee learning all the rules her sisters can teach her.

But sometimes a young bee gets tired of following rules-especially if they interfere with her plans to visit a beautiful garden-perhaps the most beautiful garden in the world.

"No more bee rules," declares Beatrice. "I can make my own rules!"

Linda Talley's story, based on her lifelong research of French life, takes us along with Bea to the Chateau of Villandry in the Loire Valley of France, where a change in the weather turns her reckless adventure into a near calamity.

Artist Andra Chase has drawn upon her own travel in France to capture Bea's world in sparkling watercolors - the beehive, inside and out, the meadow beyond the bee-master's wall, full of buttercups, anemones and sweet violets, a colorful village market, and the famed terraced gardens of Villandry...
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