“Spring for good photos that are high resolution and well lit,” says Gandhi. Pick only two dating platforms and stick with them Less is more when it comes to fishing for a match.With dating apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Okcupid it’s exhausting to monitor more than just two and nearly impossible to carry on authentic conversations. Use keywords in your profile Having positive and optimistic key words in a profile is attractive, says Gandhi — so try to incorporate words like “fun,” “sweet,” and “thoughtful.” Never include things you do not want in a partner because it will shed light on the negative, and avoid words that might be interpreted as overtly sexual like “cuddling,” says Gandhi.For more information about the NLS music collection call 1-800-424-8567, e-mail subscription, complete the form on the inside back cover and mail it to your local cooperating library. The Prettiest One DB83418 10 hours 48 minutes by James Hankins read by Mare Trevathan Seven months ago, Caitlin left her house after an argument with her husband, Josh, and disappeared. I’d Walk with My Friends If I Could Find Them DB82803 10 hours 57 minutes by Jesse Goolsby read by Don Feldheim Wintric Ellis joins the army straight out of high school, is sent to Afghanistan, and is taken under the wings of Big Dax and Torres. Anna and the Swallow Man DB83445 6 hours 32 minutes by Gavriel Savit read by Allan Corduner When her father, a university professor, is sent by the Gestapo to a concentration camp, seven-year-old Anna travels through the Polish countryside with the mysterious Swallow Man during World War II. He will also have a treacherous crew with which to contend. Families examined include those of studio executive Jack Warner, stars Judy Garland and Jennifer Jones, and Stein’s own father, who started the talent-agency-turned-empire Music Corporation of America (MCA). Bergen analyzes their motivations and training and documents the tactics implemented to track these individuals. The children came from extreme poverty on Maui, swimming in the irrigation ditches of the sugar plantation where they lived. Jon Wertheim and Sam Sommers read by Keith Szarabajka A editor and a psychologist collaborate on this study of the ways sports influence human behavior. Describes a number of sites he visits, including London, Oxford, and Morecambe Bay, and recounts historical and modern stories of residents. Describes trips he has taken with his younger brother, the highs he has experienced, injuries, and why he continues to run. The Residence: Inside the Private World of the White House DB82761 10 hours 52 minutes by Kate Andersen Brower read by Carol Jacobanis Journalist offers an intimate account of daily life in the White House for its service staff who tend to the needs of the First Family. Mochi’s War: The Tragedy of Sand Creek DB83234 5 hours 20 minutes by Chris Enss and Howard Kazanjian read by Bill Burton The authors recount Colorado’s Sand Creek Massacre and its aftermath, which served as a turning point for the Civil War-era Colorado Territory and in U. The tragedy occurred when Colonel John Chivington ordered his soldiers to fire on a small band of Cheyenne. We’re Still Here Ya Bastards: How the People of New Orleans Rebuilt Their City DB83055 15 hours 4 minutes by Roberta Brandes Gratz read by Catherine Byers The author provides a panoramic examination of the revival of New Orleans in the years following Hurricane Katrina. The Life and Adventures of a Haunted Convict DB83539 10 hours 18 minutes by Austin Reed read by various narrators A prison memoir by an African American writer born in the 1820s. He examines efforts to rebuild New Orleans and the storm’s lasting effects on the city’s geography and infrastructure, as well as its social fabric. Ardennes 1944: The Battle of the Bulge DB83317 14 hours 37 minutes by Antony Beevor read by Sean Barrett Historian and author of recounts Hitler’s final efforts to split the Allies in the snow-covered forests and gorges of the Ardennes in Belgium. Boynton read by Ralph Lister In 2002, Kim Jong-il admitted North Korea’s involvement in the kidnapping of thirteen Japanese citizens in an effort to turn them into spies. The Trigger: Hunting the Assassin Who Brought the World to War DB82617 12 hours 32 minutes by Tim Butcher read by Colin Davies Journalist retraces the steps of Gavrilo Princip, the teenager whose assasination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand sparked the beginning of World War I. Thomas Jefferson and the Tripoli Pirates: The Forgotten War That Changed American History DB83340 4 hours 54 minutes by Brian Kilmeade and Don Yaeger read by Brian Kilmeade Journalists recount how, just a few weeks after his inauguration in 1801, President Jefferson confronted the Tripoli pirates. Historian Merridale traces the history of this building and the events that have taken place inside its walls. Details the horrors of that time, providing images of the chaos, violence, and terror of the attacks. Also demonstrates how this century paved the way for both the catastrophes and developments of the next. The author profiles the technology, science, law, and culture that led up to the emergence of modernity. Masters of Death: The SS-Einsatzgruppen and the Invention of the Holocaust DB82665 13 hours 38 minutes by Richard Rhodes read by Mark Ashby Pulitzer prize-winning historian and journalist examines the role of the Einsatzgruppen “special task forces” created by Heinrich Himmler during the Holocaust. Hitler’s Forgotten Children: A True Story of the Lebensborn Program and One Woman’s Search for Her Real Identity DB83436 7 hours 22 minutes by Ingrid von Oelhafen and Tim Tate read by Davina Porter The Lebensborn program was designed by the Nazi regime to create an Aryan master race. Back to top Listed books were recently sent to cooperating libraries. (In a bygone world of decades-long seasons, three families struggle for the throne.Patrons who are American citizens living abroad may request delivery to foreign addresses by contacting the overseas librarian by phone at (202) 707-5100 or email at . Commander in Chief: A Jack Ryan Novel DB83618 20 hours 34 minutes by Mark Greaney read by Scott Brick As the Russian president secretly incites a series of terrorist actions, only US president Jack Ryan, from , recognizes the ominous pattern in the worldwide chaos. Now she has returned, splattered with blood, but with no memory of where she’s been. Breakdown: An Alex Delaware Novel DB83585 12 hours 12 minutes by Jonathan Kellerman read by John Rubinstein Psychologist Alex Delaware first met actress Zelda Chase when evaluating her five-year-old son, Ovid. Women Crime Writers: Eight Suspense Novels of the 1940s & 50s DB82592 56 hours 36 minutes edited by Sarah Weinman read by various narrators Collection of eight classic noir novels by American authors Vera Caspary, Helen Eustis, Dorothy B. Scandalous Behavior DB83540 7 hours 13 minutes by Stuart Woods read by Tony Roberts After a series of nonstop adventures, Stone Barrington is eager for some peace and quiet in a rustic setting. Together, they face a horrible choice, and the repercussions of their decision echo through the years. Issues examined include the role of rivalry in sports, the appeal of underdogs, and whether the Olympics promote world peace. Brower includes first-person anecdotes, interviews with staff, and archival research to illuminate the details of life in the White House. Also examines potentially problematic governmental policies affecting the city, the corrupt prison system, the closing of Charity Hospital, the future of public education, and the rise of gentrification in the city. Empire of Deception: The Incredible Story of a Master Swindler Who Seduced a City and Captivated the Nation DB82926 9 hours 51 minutes by Dean Jobb read by Bill Burton Journalist recounts how, in 1920s Chicago, lawyer Leo Koretz enticed hundreds of people to invest million (the equivalent of 0 million in the 2010s) in phantom timberland and nonexistent oil wells. Though born free, he spent most of his early life in forced labor, both as a prisoner and as an indentured servant. He profiles a variety of individuals, including politicians, business owners, and teachers. Capital Dames: The Civil War and the Women of Washington, 1848–1868 DB82759 16 hours 39 minutes by Cokie Roberts read by Catherine Byers Journalist examines the roles played by the women living in Washington, D. Many enlisted as, among other things, nurses, relief workers, journalists, and munitions manufacturers. He describes the battle, which finally broke the Wehrmacht. When this failed, however, they were kept imprisoned in “Invitation-Only Zones” to teach Japanese to North Korean spies. Butcher visits Princip’s childhood home in a feudal frontier village, interviews surviving relatives, examines school records, and more, in an attempt to illuminate Princip as an individual. The Boys Who Challenged Hitler: Knud Pedersen and the Churchill Club DB83257 5 hours 24 minutes by Phillip Hoose read by Joe Peck Recounts the actions of young resistance fighters in Denmark after the Nazi occupation during World War II. The pirates had been kidnapping American ships and sailors, and Jefferson escalated the conflict to an all-out war against the Barbary states. They followed the army and acted as the first stage of the Final Solution, killing over 1.5 million people between 19. The author, one of the babies chosen for this program, examines the kidnapping of nearly half a million like herself, as well as the murder of those ultimately deemed “substandard.” Unrated. Books and magazines are also available for immediate download from the NLS Braille and Audio Reading Download (BARD) site at https://gov. Digby O’Day in the Fast Lane DB83191 0 hours 34 minutes by Shirley Hughes read by Jennifer Hubbard Canine duo Digby O’Day and Percy are best friends, and adventure always seems to find them. School for Sidekicks DB82799 8 hours 55 minutes by Kelly Mc Cullough read by Graham Halstead When thirteen-year-old superhero geek Evan Quick survives a supervillain’s death ray, he is sent to the Academy for Metahuman Operatives. Maximum Ride Forever DB83509 7 hours 30 minutes by James Patterson read by Kasey Lee Huizinga Flying teen Maximum Ride and her broken flock return to roam a post-apocalyptic world, searching for answers to what happened. When Lord Eddard Stark of Winterfell is sent south to be the Hand of the King, he faces many ambitious people.There’s a tone around it that’s never positive in writing,” she says. If there is a space on a dating profile to list your faith or political affiliation that’s fine to do, but don’t mention it in your bio.
Or email will receive their order forms in the same package with the magazine cartridge. The English Spy DB82927 11 hours 52 minutes by Daniel Silva read by Barry Bernson When a bomb explodes aboard the yacht of a member of the British Royal Family, British Intelligence turns to Gabriel Allon to track down her killer, a master bomb maker and mercenary. Meanwhile, far away, an old spy hides from his past—but he will be called upon to save Klara. Parker read by Jon Huffman Young Quenton Cassidy, from , grows up in rural Florida, racing the rain clouds with friends. Broken Promise DB82486 11 hours 46 minutes by Linwood Barclay read by Jordan Leigh After his wife dies and he loses his job, journalist David Harwood and his son move back to David’s childhood home in Promise Falls, New York. The Killing Lessons DB82858 14 hours 14 minutes by Saul Black read by Brandon Bujnowski After two men enter her isolated rural home and attack her family, ten-year-old Nell runs for help. Trouble in Paradise: A Rachel Knight Story DB83401 1 hour 21 minutes by Marcia Clark read by January La Voy In this novella, DA Rachel leaves rainy LA for a vacation in Aruba with her friends. Shortly after Zelda’s release, she is found dead, and Ovid is missing. Caitlin’s lover Cort Wesley’s two teenage sons are targeted in shootouts in , a serial killer is mimicking one who was pursued a century ago by Caitlin’s great-grandfather. Strong language, some violence, and some explicit descriptions of sex. Center of Gravity DB83189 10 hours 22 minutes by Laura Mc Neill read by Madelyn Buzzard Ava thought her life had finally gone right when she married Mitchell, adopted his son Jack, and soon had baby Sam. The Hand That Feeds You DB83466 6 hours 57 minutes by A. Rich read by Teresa Willis Morgan met Bennett while conducting research on victim psychology, and they recently became engaged. Pretty Little Liars Series, Books 13–16 DB82734 30 hours 49 minutes by Sara Shepard read by Abigail Maupin Books thirteen through sixteen, written between 20, featuring a group of friends whose lives spiral out of control until a final moment in the spotlight. Some violence, some strong language, and some descriptions of sex. Now—in the aftermath of Paul’s brutal murder—Claire and Lydia band together to uncover just who Paul was and what happened to their long-missing sister. Code of Conduct DB82641 10 hours 36 minutes by Brad Thor read by Jack Fox Ex-Navy SEAL Scot Harvath is a covert counterterrorism operative with the Carlton Group. Soon after their arrival at the remote glass house in the woods, it becomes obvious that someone besides the invitees is on the property. The ship contains classified new weaponry that Dan must learn while they travel to the Middle East. They begin with Reagan’s time in Hollywood and continue through his years in the White House. Regional library telephone numbers and email addresses are listed on the last pages of this magazine. Digby O’Day and the Great Diamond Robbery DB83327 0 hours 27 minutes by Shirley Hughes read by Steven Carpenter When canine best friends Digby O’Day and Percy vacation at a seaside resort, they encounter a diamond heist and must track down the culprits to solve the mystery. Violence, some strong language, and some descriptions of sex.) 2012. The life of the enigmatic habitué of the café Le Condé known as Louki is explored through the recollections of four different characters who knew her. Incluye “Naranjas” por Ángela Mc Ewan-Alvarado, “Un poco de todo” por Rolando Hinojosa, y “La tejedora de palabras” por Rima de Vallbona.
Another survey found that ‘basic’ ladies are steaming hot: Potential love interests are 8% more likely to reach out to a woman who has the words “pumpkin spice” somewhere on her dating profile, than they were to those who didn’t mention the fall drink.
That’s according to a survey of 2,800 singles released this week by dating site Plenty of Fish, which concluded that “ladies may want to consider putting the words ‘pumpkin spice’ in their online dating profile.” (The same did not hold true for men.) This is mixed news for the dating set.
is published bimonthly in audio, large-print, and online formats and distributed at no cost to participants in the Library of Congress reading program for people who are blind or have a physical disability. This periodical lists digital talking books and magazines available through a network of cooperating libraries and carries news of developments and activities in services to people who are blind, visually impaired, or cannot read standard print material because of an organic physical disability. Chimen and Miriam Abramsky amassed an extensive collection of socialist literature and Jewish history, and they frequently held large gatherings to bring together great thinkers, including Eric Hobsbawm and Isaiah Berlin. Fry discusses the factors involved in that success. In the process, he spent four years as a civilian double agent. The authors recount Moura’s attempts to save Lockhart and her continued espionage after later fleeing to England. The life he faced afterwards, however, resembled his old life very little. Oren particularly discusses the strain placed on America’s alliance with Israel during this time. Also drawing on experiences in academia at Texas A&M University and the College of William and Mary, Gates shares qualities of effective leaders who bridge opposing factions to effect change. Discusses the impact of altruism on the brain, the mind-body connection, and the economic benefits of acting without ego. They discuss the meanings behind each of the rules—such as Know Thyself, Always Embrace the Truth, and Character Is Destiny—and ways to relate them to business. The Richest Man Who Ever Lived: The Life and Times of Jacob Fugger DB82915 9 hours 56 minutes by Greg Steinmetz read by John Haag Journalist profiles the life of Jacob Fugger (1459–1525), a German banker who helped fund many royal families and the Vatican, introduced the use of double-entry bookkeeping north of the Alps, consolidated financial records for diverse enterprises, and inadvertently prompted the Reformation. Good Mourning DB83231 6 hours 17 minutes by Elizabeth Meyer read by Teresa Willis A funeral director shares her journey to involvement in the industry. Anderson read by Kerry Dukin Using a wealth of new evidence, Anderson revisits the murder of fourteen-year-old African American Emmett Till from Chicago. Cappelli offers decision-making criteria for determining the best solution for your situation, including major areas of study, financial aid, and school selection. When Parents Part: How Mothers and Fathers Can Help Their Children Deal with Separation and Divorce DB82867 9 hours 23 minutes by Penelope Leach read by Suzanne Duvall The author of provides a practical guide to caring for children during and after separation or divorce. Candid and conversational, topics range from taxidermy to cat stories to honest revelations about the author’s struggles with mental illness. In ten chapters, Le Guin addresses the fundamental components of narrative. e Ticket Spanish: Audio Phrasebook DB83399 2 hours 8 minutes by Living Language read by narrators various A simple and practical Latin American Spanish audio phrasebook that covers all of the travel essentials. Information is provided about the languages, their creators, and the reasoning behind their individual creation. Law 101: Fourth Edition DB82294 20 hours 2 minutes by Jay M. Using well-known cases to illustrate his points, Feinman discusses, among other things, constitutional law, the litigation process, personal injury and tort law, contracts, and criminal and property laws. Unbuttoning America: A Biography of , written by Grace Metalious and published in 1956. The Great Detective: The Amazing Rise and Immortal Life of Sherlock Holmes DB82795 15 hours 4 minutes by Zach Dundas read by George Holmes Journalist provides a history and pseudo-biography of the famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. Explores cultivated lifestyles such as “hipsterism,” communication between generations, regional influences such as “southern niceness,” and the ways feminism is expressed in the movie , among other subjects. Our Grandchildren Redesigned: Life in the Bioengineered Society of the Near Future DB83516 8 hours 53 minutes by Michael Bess read by Bob Souer Technology historian examines the state of biotechnology in the twenty-first century, including drugs, bioelectronics, and genetics. Heart and Hands: A Midwife’s Guide to Pregnancy and Birth DB82806 20 hours 14 minutes by Elizabeth Davis read by Kerry Dukin Revised and updated guide from a practicing midwife. Provides information on the brain and medical and legal issues involving drugs. Examines quality-of-life issues, available drugs and surgeries, lifestyle choices, and genetic risks. Details the state of knowledge and treatment, and explains the uniqueness of every case. The author places the show in the broader context of the changes occurring in folk music at the time. Love Becomes a Funeral Pyre: A Biography of The Doors DB83375 16 hours 2 minutes by Mick Wall read by Ryan Dalusung A music journalist delves deep into the story of seminal 1960s band The Doors and its front man, Jim Morrison. The Mercy of the Sky: The Story of a Tornado DB83414 9 hours 37 minutes by Holly Bailey read by Kristin Allison Journalist and native of Moore, Oklahoma, chronicles the May 20, 2013, EF-5 tornado that killed twenty-five people, including ten children. The poems cover a range of topics, from the inscrutability of ordinary life to American blues, from folktales to marriage and war. The Bipolar Relationship: How to Understand, Help, and Love Your Partner DB83097 7 hours 33 minutes by Jon P. She also describes events leading up to his crimes and the assembly of the case against his behavior. Discusses why the Catholic Church’s doors should remain open to everyone. Anderson read by David Rutherford Anderson recounts applying to the astronaut program fifteen times in as many years before his ultimate selection, and describes the struggles and successes of his subsequent career—including spending 167 days on the International Space Station and more than forty hours on space walks. Single Digits: In Praise of Small Numbers DB83041 8 hours 6 minutes by Marc Chamberland read by Barry Bernson Mathematician examines the history, use, and popular expression of the numbers one through nine. Cuentos Mexicanos: De los Orígenes a la Revolución (Mexican Stories: From the Origins to the Revolution) DB81956 6 horas 58 minutos redactado por Luis Leal leído por Peter Pereyra Antología de cuentos de México. Covers centuries of literary output—from the tales of to works by Fray Bernardino De Sahagún (1499–1590), José Joaquín Fernández de Lizardi (1776–1827), Vicente Riva Palacio (1832–1896), Alfonso Reyes (1889–1959), and Julio Torri (1889–1970). Por el Placer de Vivir (For the Pleasure of Living) DB81965 9 horas 34 minutos por César Lozano leído por Tony Chiroldes Usando ejemplos de la vida cotidiana, anfitrión de programas del radio y orador motivacional mexicano proporciona conceptos, estrategias, experiencias personales que él postula ayudará a uno a encontrar la felicidad y disfrutar plenamente de la vida.
The annotated list in this issue is limited to titles recently added to the national collection, which contains thousands of fiction and nonfiction titles, including bestsellers, classics, biographies, romance novels, mysteries, and how-to guides. To explore the wide range of books in the national collection, visit the is also available in large print from your local cooperating library and in downloadable audio files on the NLS Braille and Audio Reading Download (BARD) site at https://gov. and How Albert Einstein Destroyed a Planet, Discovered Relativity, and Deciphered the Universe DB83344 5 hours 52 minutes by Thomas Levenson read by Kevin Pariseau Author of describes the search for a planet believed to exist—due to irregularities observed in Mercury’s orbit—between Mercury and the sun; and the revelation of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, which explained away the noted irregularities. Examines his lasting financial and social legacies. Floating City: A Rogue Sociologist Lost and Found in New York’s Underground Economy DB83272 8 hours 20 minutes by Sudhir Venkatesh read by Sudhir Venkatesh Sociologist shares findings of his research into the underground economy of New York City, which was gathered by interviewing prostitutes, socialites, immigrants, academics, high-level drug bosses, and street-level dealers. She begins with the death of her father from cancer and her first job at the elite funeral home where his service was held. The Dark Net: Inside the Digital Underworld DB82835 9 hours 47 minutes by Jamie Bartlett read by Chuck Young Technology academic and columnist explores areas of the Internet that are havens for questionable activities. Three Many Cooks: One Mom, Two Daughters; Their Shared Stories of Food, Faith and Family DB82652 7 hours 35 minutes by Pam Anderson and others read by Mare Trevathan Anderson, food expert for AARP and former executive editor, and her daughters Keet and Damelio, who run a popular blog with the same title as this book, discuss their history with cooking, the role of the kitchen in their family, and their food philosophy. In 1955, Emmett was visiting Mississippi relatives when he was killed for allegedly flirting with a white woman. While the City Slept: A Love Lost to Violence and a Young Man’s Descent into Madness DB83543 9 hours 50 minutes by Eli Sanders read by Rene Ruiz A reporter expands upon his 2009 Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of a Seattle murder and the system that failed to act on the signs of mental illness. Provides policy suggestions for future legislation. Leach discusses the ways children are affected and how parents can minimize the impact throughout different stages of life, from infancy to adulthood. How to Raise an Adult: Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success DB82804 14 hours 6 minutes by Julie Lythcott-Haims read by Anne Hancock An examination of rising parental involvement in the lives of their adult children and the increasing number of young adults finding adult life difficult to handle. Blended: Writers on the Stepfamily Experience DB82781 9 hours 55 minutes edited by Samantha Waltz read by Laura Giannarelli Collection of essays from thirty writers, all of whom have lived with stepfamilies. Includes examples from global canon, commentary from Le Guin, and writing exercises that may be conducted solo or in a group. Discusses shifting standards of acceptability in popular novels, women’s sexuality in the 1950s, the 1947 murder that inspired the story, and Metalious’s own experiences before and after publication. The Art of X-Ray Reading: How the Secrets of 25 Great Works of Literature Will Improve Your Writing DB83534 8 hours 12 minutes by Roy Peter Clark read by Jefferson Mays Author of . Examines the inspiration for Holmes and Watson as well as the history and culture that sprang up around the characters, including the countless reimaginings Arthur Conan Doyle’s work has sparked. The Art of Memoir DB83095 6 hours 16 minutes by Mary Karr read by Mare Trevathan Author of bestselling memoirs such as gives advice on writing in this very personal genre. Speculates about the development of new and improved technologies. She discusses how to become a midwife and establish a practice. Stir: My Broken Brain and the Meals That Brought Me Home DB82507 8 hours 41 minutes by Jessica Fechtor read by Nicola Daval Fechtor reflects on her life before and after suffering a brain aneurysm at the age of twenty-eight. When Breath Becomes Air DB83643 5 hours 37 minutes by Paul Kalanithi read by various narrators On the verge of completing a decade’s worth of training as a neurosurgeon, the author was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer. Provides a second opinion by outlining tests and factors to consider when determining the best course of treatment. Boys in the Trees DB83691 13 hours 27 minutes by Carly Simon read by Carly Simon Singer-songwriter Carly Simon chronicles her childhood, anxiety-ridden entry into performing, and many famous relationships, including her marriage to fellow folk-rocker James Taylor. He also details the festival through interviews with attendees and other performers. The author interviewed the three other band members, as well as friends, associates, producers, and Morrison’s former lovers. Discusses the path of the storm, which hit two elementary schools and a hospital among other sites, reactions on the ground, and the aftermath. The Great Transition: Shifting from Fossil Fuels to Solar and Wind Energy DB82874 6 hours 24 minutes by Lester R. The Invention of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt’s New World DB83057 17 hours 58 minutes by Andrea Wulf read by George Holmes Historian examines the life of naturalist Alexander von Humboldt (1769–1859). The Road Not Taken: Finding America in the Poem Everyone Loves and Almost Everyone Gets Wrong DB83264 4 hours 33 minutes by David Orr read by Bill Delaney Poetry columnist for the analyzes Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken.” Examines the life of Frost, the literary meaning of the poem, interpretations of the central question, and the point of view of the narrator. Letters to a Young Poet DB83337 1 hour 53 minutes by Rainer Maria Rilke read by various narrators In ten letters written to an aspiring poet, Rainer Maria Rilke (1875–1926) reveals his own creative genius. Bloch and others read by Jake Williams A sociologist, a psychologist, and a woman with bipolar disorder all attempt to help readers better understand the condition. Discusses important mathematical formulas, theorems, problems, and conjectures centered around each featured number. Big Science: Ernest Lawrence and the Invention That Launched the Military-Industrial Complex DB83034 18 hours 19 minutes by Michael Hiltzik read by Bill Burton Author of profiles Ernest O. The Cat Who Came in off the Roof DB83536 4 hours 4 minutes by Annie M. Schmidt read by Katherine Kellgren Minou, who was formerly a cat but is now a woman with many cattish ways, helps newspaper reporter Tibbs with information she gets from her many feline friends. Cubre siglos de producción literaria —de los cuentos de a las obras de Fray Bernardino de Sahagún (1499–1590), José Joaquín Fernández de Lizardi (1776–1827), Vicente Riva Palacio (1832–1896), Alfonso Reyes (1889–1959), y Julio Torri (1889–1970). (Using real-world examples, Mexican radio-show host and motivational speaker imparts concepts, strategies, and personal experiences that he posits will help one find happiness and fully enjoy life.) 2011.5 words men might want to consider putting in their online dating profile: 1.