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A Flower Blooms on Charlotte Street


A Flower Blooms on Charlotte Street


$26.95


The only remaining female in the George Nash family, Ociee chooses to view herself as more brother than sister. Her favorite outfit is soft, worn dungarees and her brother Ben’s old shirt that Mama made. Ociee’s hair is a wispy web of curls and, dreadfully, it usually falls in her face when her self-tied ribbons slide down her back. Her gray eyes sparkle as she delights in jumping on moving boxcars and chasing strangers who dare to wander upon her Mississippi farm. This same little tomboy also goes to great pains to cook and clean and make a home for her beloved Papa and brothers Fred and Ben. She tries valiantly to fill the hole her Mama’s death has left in the family. She fingers Mama’s locket and hopes the touch of it will make things better. Ociee endears herself to all while she struggles through the trauma of her mother’s funeral to finally celebrate her young life. Her eyes learn to see beyond stereotypes and traditional viewpoints as she looks into the hearts of people and finds only what is strong and joyful within them. Ociee giggles as only an innocent child can giggle; yet her youthful spirit carries what would seem to be the wisdom of an older soul. Ociee triumphs over the sadness, fear, and anxiety of the painful occurrences of her early life. In doing just that, she will bloom in a new garden and sow seeds of love in the lives of those who come to know her in a new home on Charlotte Street.

A Place We Knew Well


A Place We Knew Well


$8.49


?Susan Carol McCarthy blends fact, memory, imagination and truth with admirable grace,? saidThe Washington Post of the author?s critically acclaimed debut novel, Lay That Trumpet in Our Hands. Now McCarthy returns with another enthralling story of a family?their longings, their fears, and their secrets?swept up in the chaos at the height of the Cold War. Late October, 1962. Wes Avery, a one-time Air Force tail-gunner, is living his version of the American Dream as loving husband to Sarah, doting father to seventeen-year-old Charlotte, and owner of a successful Texaco station along central Florida?s busiest highway. But after President Kennedy announces that the Soviets have nuclear missiles in Cuba, Army convoys clog the highways and the sky fills with fighter planes. Within days, Wes?s carefully constructed life begins to unravel. Sarah, nervous and watchful, spends more and more time in the family?s bomb shelter, slipping away into childhood memories and the dreams she once held for the future. Charlotte is wary but caught up in the excitement of high school?her nomination to homecoming court, the upcoming dance, and the thrill of first love. Wes, remembering his wartime experience, tries to keep his family?s days as normal as possible, hoping to restore a sense of calm. But as the panic over the Missile Crisis rises, a long-buried secret threatens to push the Averys over the edge. With heartbreaking clarity and compassion, Susan Carol McCarthy captures the shock and innocence, anxiety and fear, in those thirteen historic days, and brings vividly to life one ordinary family trying to hold center while the world around them falls apart. Advance praise for A Place We Knew Well? Gripping. Even as those tense days of the Cuban Missile Crisis are depicted in unwavering detail and with inexorable dread, the intimate moments between human beings on the verge o

Abigail the Whale


Abigail the Whale


$16.27


Abigail dreads swimming lessons. Every time she dives into the pool, she makes a big splash, and all the girls in her class shout: Abigail?s a whale! Abigail can see that she is larger than the other girls. She feels huge, heavy, and out of place. Abigail?s swimming teacher takes her aside and points out: we can change how we see ourselves. He offers a creative visualization technique she can use to feel bolder, more confident, and more accepting of herself. Abigail tries it out in challenging situations that weekwalking home in the dark, eating her vegetables, trying to fall asleep. Illustrations in the book show her perspective morphing powerfully to match her new thought patterns. Next time she?s in swimming class, instead of feeling heavy, Abigail thinks sardine, eel, barracuda, shark! She starts to figure out how to draw on mindfulness, creative thinking, resilience, and positive self-esteem to embrace exactly who she is. This picture book supports social/emotional learning and serves as a perfect jumping-off point for topics like bullying, empathy, confidence, and creative problem solving.

Abigail the Whale


Abigail the Whale


$16.27


Abigail dreads swimming lessons. Every time she dives into the pool, she makes a big splash, and all the girls in her class shout: Abigail?s a whale! Abigail can see that she is larger than the other girls. She feels huge, heavy, and out of place. Abigail?s swimming teacher takes her aside and points out: we can change how we see ourselves. He offers a creative visualization technique she can use to feel bolder, more confident, and more accepting of herself. Abigail tries it out in challenging situations that weekwalking home in the dark, eating her vegetables, trying to fall asleep. Illustrations in the book show her perspective morphing powerfully to match her new thought patterns. Next time she?s in swimming class, instead of feeling heavy, Abigail thinks sardine, eel, barracuda, shark! She starts to figure out how to draw on mindfulness, creative thinking, resilience, and positive self-esteem to embrace exactly who she is. This picture book supports social/emotional learning and serves as a perfect jumping-off point for topics like bullying, empathy, confidence, and creative problem solving.

ABN Ratcheting Cargo Bar Adjustable 40 to 70 Inches for All Vehicles


ABN Ratcheting Cargo Bar Adjustable 40 to 70 Inches for All Vehicles


$25.99


Tired of trying to pack shopping bags into your truck cab so they dont fly around in the back or fall out of your vehicle? Its a hectic process – you have to open all of the doors to load and then reclaim them at home, which makes it look and feel like a Chinese fire drill. And even then, some of your bags have rolled around in your vehicle and items from your bag are now sprawled out all over the floor. You notice that the soda rolled on top of the loaf of bread, which smashed it to bits so frustrating! But keep calm, because this Ratcheting Cargo Bar 40 Inches to 70 Inches can be your salvation. Ideal for keeping your belongings in place in a wide range of cars, vans, and trucks, you can organize behind the seat or in your trunk with ease by simply positioning the cargo bar where needed to help restrain and prevent your load from shifting. This Ratcheting Cargo Bar self-adjusts to uneven surfaces and can expand from 40 inches to 70 inches in length for maximum versatility in meeting all of your transport and storage needs. On either end, there are large rubber grip pads that provide security and ease of use for efficient cargo management and organization on various surfaces. You can put this cargo bar to the test with your load of groceries and see that you can load heavy bags in just seconds without having to juggle the shopping cart from hitting your doors or the cars next to you, or worse, the dreaded roll-away and chase-the-cart dance fiasco. It works well for holding bags, containers, plants, and more in trucks, SUVs, or trailers.

ABN Ratcheting Cargo Bar Adjustable 40 to 70 Inches for All Vehicles


ABN Ratcheting Cargo Bar Adjustable 40 to 70 Inches for All Vehicles


$25.99


Tired of trying to pack shopping bags into your truck cab so they dont fly around in the back or fall out of your vehicle? Its a hectic process – you have to open all of the doors to load and then reclaim them at home, which makes it look and feel like a Chinese fire drill. And even then, some of your bags have rolled around in your vehicle and items from your bag are now sprawled out all over the floor. You notice that the soda rolled on top of the loaf of bread, which smashed it to bits so frustrating! But keep calm, because this Ratcheting Cargo Bar 40 Inches to 70 Inches can be your salvation. Ideal for keeping your belongings in place in a wide range of cars, vans, and trucks, you can organize behind the seat or in your trunk with ease by simply positioning the cargo bar where needed to help restrain and prevent your load from shifting. This Ratcheting Cargo Bar self-adjusts to uneven surfaces and can expand from 40 inches to 70 inches in length for maximum versatility in meeting all of your transport and storage needs. On either end, there are large rubber grip pads that provide security and ease of use for efficient cargo management and organization on various surfaces. You can put this cargo bar to the test with your load of groceries and see that you can load heavy bags in just seconds without having to juggle the shopping cart from hitting your doors or the cars next to you, or worse, the dreaded roll-away and chase-the-cart dance fiasco. It works well for holding bags, containers, plants, and more in trucks, SUVs, or trailers.

All I Do Is Lie [Slipcase]


All I Do Is Lie [Slipcase]


$12.2


Audio Mixers: Sean Watkins; Sheldon Gomberg. Recording information: Acoustic Cafe Studio, Ann Arbor, MI (06/2012/07/2013); Horseshack, Davenport, IA (06/2012/07/2013); Neptune A, Encinitas, CA (06/2012/07/2013); The Carriage House, Los Angeles, CA (06/2012/07/2013); The Webster House, Los Angeles, CA (06/2012/07/2013). Photographer: Brantley Gutierrez. With a second Fiction Family project and a long-awaited Nickel Creek reunion album in the not so distant rearview mirror (Fiction Family Reunion arrived in 2013 and A Dotted Line dropped early the following year), Sean Watkins’ could have been forgiven had he not wanted to drop a new solo album into the hopper, but 2014’s All I Do Is Lie is a quiet and unobtrusive affair that feels more like a spring cleaning than a main event. Comprised of ten songs that trade in the relatively meaty folk-rock of 2006’s Blinders On for a more measured, confessional, yet reliably quirky singer/songwriter feel that falls more in line with Nickel Creek bandmate Chris Thile’s 2011 outing Sleep with One Eye Open, All I Do Is Lie is made up of mostly simple, yet smartly arranged country folk-pop songs. Like Thile, Watkins possesses a clear, vibrato-less tenor and is an incredibly gifted player who can bend genres to his will with the effortless gait of a former child prodigy, and his guitar work on songs like the lovely Wave as We Run, the fluttery title cut, and the languid instrumental Meredith, is as fluid as it is meticulous, but he also shares Thile’s penchant for earnest self-reflection and existential dread, though the latter is buffered by an obvious strength of faith, which he applies tastefully on songs like Since the Day I Was Born and The God You Serve. Elsewhere, the ramshackle Keep Your Promises suggests that Watkins still wants to keep a foot on the barstool, and the laid-back, Harvest-era Neil Young cadence of This Will End in Tears ventures into easy, back road Americana, but All I Do Is Lie is primarily a wist

American Nights


American Nights


$22.38


Saudi Arabian prince, Husam al Saliba, hires Dru to find his missing wife, Reeve and daughter, Shahrazad (Shara).The investigation begin when Husam tells of falling in love with Reeve, of turning his back on his ascendancy to the Saudi power structure for the woman he loves. He talks of his king?s disapproval of him marrying and siring an infidel. But does he really want to return to the good graces of the royal family and marry Aya and be an heir to kingship? Confused Dru thinks she?s fallen into a fairy tale. After all the prince is fond of reciting tales from the Arabian Nights. The investigation had just begun when Reeve?s parents, Lowell and Donna Cresley are killed. That brings the Atlanta police into the case and it?s soon evident infidelity abounds and everyone has something dreadful to hide.

And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer


And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer


$12.26


The New York Times bestselling author of A Man Called Ove, My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She?s Sorry, and Britt-Marie Was Here offers an exquisitely moving portrait of an elderly man?s struggle to hold on to his most precious memories, and his family?s efforts to care for him?even as they must find a way to let go. Isn?t that the best of all life?s ages, an old man thinks as he looks at his grandchild, when a boy is just big enough to know how the world works but still young enough to refuse to accept it. Grandpa and Noah are sitting on a bench in a square that keeps getting smaller every day. The square is strange but also familiar, full of the odds and ends that have made up their lives: Grandpa?s work desk, the stuffed dragon that Grandpa once gave to Noah, the sweet-smelling hyacinths that Grandma loved to grow in her garden. As they wait together on the bench, they tell jokes and discuss their shared love of mathematics. Grandpa recalls what it was like to fall in love with his wife, what it was like to lose her. She?s as real to him now as the first day he met her, but he dreads the day when he won’t remember her. Sometimes Grandpa sits on the bench next to Ted, Noah?s father?Ted who never liked math, prefers writing and playing guitar, and has waited his entire life for his father to have time for him, to accept him. But in their love of Noah, they have found a common bond. Grandpa, Grandma, Ted, and Noah all meet here, in this peculiar space that is growing dimmer and more confusing all the time. And here is where they will learn to say goodbye, the scent of hyacinths in the air, nothing to fear. This little book with a big message is certain to be treasured for generations to come.

And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer


And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer


$4.99


From the New York Times bestselling author of A Man Called Ove, My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She?s Sorry, and Britt-Marie Was Here comes an exquisitely moving portrait of an elderly man?s struggle to hold on to his most precious memories, and his family?s efforts to care for him even as they must find a way to let go. Isn?t that the best of all life?s ages, an old man thinks as he looks at his grandchild, when a boy is just big enough to know how the world works but still young enough to refuse to accept it. Grandpa and Noah are sitting on a bench in a square that keeps getting smaller every day. The square is strange but also familiar, full of the odds and ends that have made up their lives: Grandpa?s work desk, the stuffed dragon that Grandpa once gave to Noah, the sweet-smelling hyacinths that Grandma loved to grow in her garden. As they wait together on the bench, they tell jokes and discuss their shared love of mathematics. Grandpa recalls what it was like to fall in love with his wife, what it was like to lose her. She?s as real to him now as the first day he met her, but he dreads the day when he won’t remember her. Sometimes Grandpa sits on the bench next to Ted, Noah?s father?Ted who never liked math, prefers writing and playing guitar, and has waited his entire life for his father to have time for him, to accept him. But in their love of Noah, they have found a common bond. Grandpa, Grandma, Ted, and Noah all meet here, in this peculiar space that is growing dimmer and more confusing all the time. And here is where they will learn to say goodbye, the scent of hyacinths in the air, nothing to fear. This little book with a big message is certain to be treasured for generations to come.

Appleblossom the Possum


Appleblossom the Possum


$6.49


Fans of E.B. White and Dick King-Smith will adore this heartwarming and funny animal adventure by the award-winning author ofCounting by 7s Mama has trained up her baby possums in the ways of their breed, and now it?s time for all of them?even little Appleblossom?to make their way in the world. Appleblossom knows the rules: she must never be seen during the day, and she must avoid cars, humans, and the dreaded hairies (sometimes known as dogs). Even so, Appleblossom decides to spy on a human family?and accidentally falls down their chimney! The curious Appleblossom, her faithful brothers?who launch a hilarious rescue mission?and even the little girl in the house have no idea how fascinating the big world can be. But they’re about to find out! With dynamic illustrations, a tight-knit family, and a glimpse at the world from a charming little marsupial’s point of view, this cozy animal story is a perfect read-aloud and a classic in the making.

Appleblossom the Possum


Appleblossom the Possum


$11.15


Fans of E.B. White and Dick King-Smith will adore this heartwarming and funny animal adventure by the award-winning author ofCounting by 7s Mama has trained up her baby possums in the ways of their breed, and now it?s time for all of them?even little Appleblossom?to make their way in the world. Appleblossom knows the rules: she must never be seen during the day, and she must avoid cars, humans, and the dreaded hairies (sometimes known as dogs). Even so, Appleblossom decides to spy on a human family?and accidentally falls down their chimney! The curious Appleblossom, her faithful brothers?who launch a hilarious rescue mission?and even the little girl in the house have no idea how fascinating the big world can be. But they’re about to find out! With dynamic illustrations, a tight-knit family, and a glimpse at the world from a charming little marsupial’s point of view, this cozy animal story is a perfect read-aloud and a classic in the making.

Appleblossom the Possum


Appleblossom the Possum


$6.49


Fans of E.B. White and Dick King-Smith will adore this heartwarming and funny animal adventure by the award-winning author ofCounting by 7s Mama has trained up her baby possums in the ways of their breed, and now it?s time for all of them?even little Appleblossom?to make their way in the world. Appleblossom knows the rules: she must never be seen during the day, and she must avoid cars, humans, and the dreaded hairies (sometimes known as dogs). Even so, Appleblossom decides to spy on a human family?and accidentally falls down their chimney! The curious Appleblossom, her faithful brothers?who launch a hilarious rescue mission?and even the little girl in the house have no idea how fascinating the big world can be. But they’re about to find out! With dynamic illustrations, a tight-knit family, and a glimpse at the world from a charming little marsupial’s point of view, this cozy animal story is a perfect read-aloud and a classic in the making.

Atomic [Slipcase] *


Atomic [Slipcase] *


$11.14


Audio Mixer: Tony Doogan. Recording information: Castle of Doom Studios, Glasgow. In their own ways, Zidane and Les Revenants are some of Mogwai’s finest work, so it makes sense that Atomic – an album based on their music for the BBC 4 documentary Atomic: Living in Dread and Promise and their first release after the departure of John Cummings – follows suit. The band’s tenth album recalls not only Zidane and Les Revenants but the fearsome sweep of Jhann Jhannsson’s Fordlandia, another unflinching look at humankind’s capacity to discover and create equally constructive and destructive technology. Even separated from the documentary’s imagery, Atomic contains the wonder and horror of breakthroughs like x-rays and MRI scans as well as nuclear disasters like Chernobyl and Fukushima. Ether begins the album with sparkling arpeggios and a trumpet that sounds like the dawning of a new age, while Fat Man (named for the bomb that was detonated over Nagasaki) closes it with ominously echoing piano. SCRAM falls somewhere in between, its loping beat and strobing melody recalling Boards of Canada at their most enigmatically beautiful. There’s a weighty undercurrent to almost all of Atomic’s songs, whether in their deliberate paces or substantial low ends, that reflects the album’s somber origins. The crushing drums on Pripyat, which was inspired by the town devastated by the Chernobyl accident, convey a primal sense of awe, while the fearsome majesty of Bitterness Centrifuge nods to the band’s metal leanings. Indeed, the ways Mogwai borrow from their other career highlights without obviously recycling are impressive: the hushed, bittersweet warmth of Are You a Dancer? calls to mind their early singles, while pulsing tracks like U-235 and Little Boy sound like they could have been on Rave Tapes. They’re also relatively restrained with their signature climaxes, only unleashing one on the towering Tzar. Ambitious and masterful, Atomic is another peak in Mogwai

Be Careful, Barney!


Be Careful, Barney!


$17.43


Barney is a very adventurous little fox club. His mummy always says ‘Be Careful, Barney!’, but he just won’t listen. Barney thinks being daring is great fun; instead of riding his bike like his friends, he performs tricks. He loves to dress as a superhero and pretends to fly by leaping from a great height. Barney’s mummy always dreads going to the park because Barney hangs upside down from the climbing frame by his tail and yells ‘Faster’ on the roundabout even when his friends want to stop. But when Barney’s class go on a school trip, the little fox discovers just how dangerous his behaviour is. Despite being told not to go near the river, Barney tries to cross it, falls in and is carried away! Barney’s friend Trevor finds a branch and manages to save a very scared Barney. Beautifully illustrated, QEB Storytime introduces young children to the pleasures of reading and sharing stories. Discussion points for parents and mteachers are also included.

Bernie, Bill, and the Browns


Bernie, Bill, and the Browns


$16.93


When the Cleveland Browns selected Bernie Kosar in the 1985 Supplemental draft, few knew just how much that would impact the next decade of Cleveland Browns football. They were coming off of a rough patch, but had a long history of winning. The fans were passionate and ready to support a winner. What happened next was a decade of ups and downs the likes of which were dramatic enough that it often seemed like a Hollywood script was unfolding before our very eyes. There was a drive, a fumble, even retired quarterback Don Strock made his return straight off of a golf course. Beloved coach, Marty Schottenheimer, left and Bud Carson arrived to take the Browns back to the verge of the Super Bowl in 1990, only to fall short, once again being defeated by the emerging icon, John Elway, wearing number seven for the Denver Broncos. Bill Belichick would arrive soon after in 1991, a visionary before his time that never quite got it with the Browns, and by the time he departed, cut a hometown hero and was the captain of sinking ship as Modell announced the move on that dreadful November day. Interviews include Brian Brennan, Reggie Langhorne, Tommy Vardell, Leroy Hoard, Matt Stover, Ed Sutter, George Lilja, Felix Wright, Brian Kinchen, Brian Hansen, and Michael Jackson

Berserk 22


Berserk 22


$15.47


The world of Guts, the Black Swordsman, is changing in a hurry. Though a demonic maelstrom has leveled the dreaded Tower of Conviction and ended the reign of terror of its grand inquisitor, Mozgus, peace has not returned to Midland. The Tower’s fall has heralded the unexpected return of Griffith, Guts former leader, last seen transformed from a shattered husk into one of the demon lords of the Godhand. but Griffith looks like his old self again – and with his dreams of carving out a kingdom by his own hand still intact. He’s raising a new Band of the Hawk, but this time he’s recruiting from the dark side to fulfill his deadly destiny!

Borax, 30 C


Borax, 30 C


$5.14


Boiron – Borax 30 C – 80 Pellets Borax is the biborate of soda. As a medicine, it won its first laurels in the nursery, where it has long been used in the treatment of sore nipples and children’s sore mouth. Like all popular remedies, it has been greatly abused. Homeopathy has rescued it from the nursery and now offers it to the profession as a medicine of great value, telling when it may and when it may not be used. Underlying this sore mouth, which seems to be the keynote for the use of Borax, is a system or constitution which will permit of the sore mouth, that is, an illy-nourished system. Thus the infant becomes pale or of an earthy hue, its flesh grows soft and flabby; it cries a great deal when it nurses, screams out during sleep and awakens clinging to its mother as if frightened by a dream. The child is excessively nervous, so much so, that the slightest noise, the mere rustling of paper, or a distant heavy noise, will arouse and frighten it. This nervous excitability qualifies the pains. For instance, in the earache, you will find that each paroxysm of pain causes the child to start nervously. This earache is accompanied by soreness, swelling and heat of the ear, just as you find in BELLADONNA, PULSATILLA and CHAMOMILLA. There is a mucous or muco-purulent otorrhoea. Borax is distinguished from these similar remedies by this character of the nervousness, this starting with the pain or with slight noises, by the paleness of the face and above all by another well-proved symptom, the child dreads a downward motion. Thus if the little one is soundly asleep in its mother’s arms and she makes the attempt to lay it down in its crib, it gives a start and awakens. If she attempts to carry it down stairs, it will cling to her as if afraid of falling. This must not be confounded with the excitability of other medicines as Chamomilla and Belladonna. It is not the motion that awakens the child. The child will not awaken if it is moved without any downward motion.

Camelot Rising


Camelot Rising


$17.46


A damaged King Arthur falls in love and must rise once again to fight the dreaded Red Knight and the forces of Morgana. It?s been three years after the events in Excalibur and Arthur still hasn?t changed his ways. Now, a new threat has invaded the kingdom?the dreaded Red Knight. He leads an army of Death Reapers and plans to finish Arthur and Camelot for good. Arthur is once again forced to play the role of the reluctant hero, unite his kingdom, and lead his armies against this dangerous foe?while his feelings for Gwen continue to grow. It?s battle after battle in this thrilling adventure that concludes with an unforgettable confrontation between Arthur and the Red Knight. Can Camelot be saved once again?

Canon Yellow Toner Ink Cartridge Part # CLI-251XL


Canon Yellow Toner Ink Cartridge Part # CLI-251XL


$6.99


There’s no sound more dreaded than the sullen beep from your printer that lets you know you’re out of ink. At that moment, you will try to remember if you have any backup ink cartridges in your desk. At that moment, you’ll either remember that youhave this backup ink there, or you’ll wonder if that 24-hour superstore carries your particular brand. So, which of those categories will you fall into? With this backup yellow ink cartridge, it’ll be the former. Designed for Canon Printers Compare to Part No. CLI-251XL Y Page Yield is Approx. 675 Pages Designed and Engineered by Think CrucialFits the following Canon Printer Models MG5420 MG5422 MG5520 MG5522 MG5620 MG6320 MG6420 MG6620 MG7120 MG7520 MX722 MX922 iP7220 iP8720 iX6820p. small{line-height: 1;}p.big{line-height: 2;} Please note the following important information about this product from Think Crucial: (i) it is a generic replacement, NOT a Canon Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM?) product; (ii) because it is not a Canon OEM product, it is not covered by any Canon guarantee or warranty; (iii) use of this generic replacement may violate or void Canon s guarantee or warranty – it is entirely your responsibility to check, and entirely your risk if you decide to use this product; (iv) we do not guarantee or warrant that this generic replacement is compatible with any product from Canon or any other provider. Please check your manufacturer?s warranty with regard to the use of non-OEM parts. Think Crucial provides no warranty or guarantee with regard to the product or its compatibility with your Canon product. The Canon brand and all Canon trademarks belong to Canon or its affiliates, and are used here only to explain the compatibility features of the generic replacement product.

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