Cirque Du Freak

Author: Darren Shan
Publisher: Collins Publishers
ISBN: 9780007244843
Size: 33.83 MB
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It has bags of teaching potential, and is consistently described as one of the best books to engage reluctant readers a and keep them reading.

The Tipping Point

Author: Malcolm Gladwell
Publisher: Findaway World
ISBN: 9781408705575
Size: 46.25 MB
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In this brilliant and original book, Malcolm Gladwell explains and analyses the 'tipping point', that magic moment when ideas, trends and social behaviour cross a threshold, tip and spread like wildfire.

1939 Baseball S Tipping Point

Author: Talmage Boston
Size: 32.99 MB
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Baseball has never had a more important year than 1939, when events and people came together to reshape the game like never before.

Tipping Point

Author: Frank Clarke
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1456721933
Size: 39.38 MB
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When a mass-shooting prompts a call for the repeal of the 2nd amendment, a handful of states secede and provoke the Second U.S. Civil War.

Arctic Voices

Author: Subhankar Banerjee
Publisher: Seven Stories Press
ISBN: 1609803868
Size: 23.69 MB
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In this impassioned book, Banerjee shows a situation so serious that it has created a movement, where 'voices of resistance are gathering, are getting louder and louder.' May his heartfelt efforts magnify them.

Griffith Review 39

Author: Julianne Schultz
Publisher: Text Publishing
ISBN: 0987313525
Size: 10.58 MB
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Tasmania, the smallest of Australia's states, has long been on the edge of national conversations about prosperity, equality and identity. In Tasmania: The Tipping Point?

Terra Necro Tipping Point

Author: Michael Crockett
Publisher: Michael Crockett
Size: 55.39 MB
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I took the radio to the farthest point away from the others, and transmitted on
every channel, trying desperately to make contact and to explain where we were,
and how dire our situation was. At one point I thought I heard a momentary break
in the static, but a voice didn't follow. After about an hour, I realized the radio's
battery was almost drained, so I shut it off, defeated. Bobbi Jo walked over to
where I was standing, looked over the edge of the roof, and then out at the streets
, and ...