Mary Buck

05/22/2009 - 2:23pm

 Posted - 01/24/2005 : 09:32:12 AM

These fantasy titles are NOT in the McCaffrey, Bradley, or Lowry
vein and will, hopefully, satisfy your reading appetite!

"Little, Big" by John Crowley

One of my all-time favorite books - big, romantic; with plotlines
following many characters:

05/20/2009 - 8:50pm

I enjoyed the Harry Potter series and have found these other titles enjoyable because of the characters' relationships and adventures: 


"The Lightning Thief" by Rick Riordan (Book 1 of the "Percy Jackson & the Olympians" series)

08/21/2015 - 8:48am

If you liked "Good to Great" by Jim Collins, you might like the
following titles:

My first recommendation is an electronic book. If you'd like to read
it, please fill out the form at this link:
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searching on the keywords "organizational change" or "strategic
planning".

Leading at the Speed of Change
by Bill Capodagli

05/19/2009 - 12:05pm

A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray
"After the suspicious death of her mother in 1895, sixteen-year-old
Gemma returns to England, after many years in India, to attend a
finishing school where she becomes aware of her magical powers and
ability to see into the spirit world." (Catalog Summary)

From the Ashes by Meghan Brunner.
"Do you believe in magick? More than a picture you once saw of a place
you've never visited? More than the idle wish you'd like to see come

05/13/2009 - 10:13am

If you liked "Who Moved My Cheese", you may also like these books about
change and motivation:

"Attitude Is Everything for Success" by Keith D. Harrell
Annotation from the book jacket: "This is an enlightening, inspiring,
and practical guide for gaining control of your career and your life by
ridding yourself of negative attitudinal baggage, building positive
attitudes, and then turning them into actions to help you achieve your
dreams."

06/21/2010 - 5:01pm

We've run an article on revving up your computer with the right software configuration, but there's an even more basic way for computer users to increase their speed. Learn to keyboard. Hunting and pecking for the correct keys can take a lot of the joy out of PC applications. If you've never learned to type, consider picking up this useful skill on your own with books from the library and online practice tools.

09/02/2009 - 4:30pm

"Keyboarding is a motor skill," Nansen noted. "It is a matter of training fingers to respond correctly and quickly to press the correct key — kind of like in athletics where you keep doing it over and over again until it becomes habit."
—"Teaching Keyboarding — When? Why? How?" Education World, 2/02/2001

04/15/2009 - 11:36am

Hello! If you enjoyed “Bones of the Moon” by Jonathan Carroll for its character and for the magical, fantastical things that happen, you may enjoy these works:

The Limits of Enchantment
by Graham Joyce

03/24/2009 - 11:39am
Princess bride

Hello!  These fantasy titles have interesting characters and keep you guessing as to what will happen next:

The Princess Bride
by William Goldman
The classic story of true love, sword-fights, revenge, death and miracles.

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