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Un roman politic extraordinar, care pune intr-o lumina cruda una dintre cele mai vechi si, in aparenta, erodate teme: legaturile Ca si in romanele anterioare ale scriitorului portughez, in Pestera se confrunta doua universuri distincte: unul aflat intr-un rapid proces de extinctie si altul care creste si se multiplica asemenea unui joc de oglinzi, confruntare ce reflecta criza sfirsitului de secol si de mileniu.

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Legends will rise in this dramatic New York Times and USA Today bestselling conclusion to Trickster's Choice, the spy adventure from the fantasy author who is legend herself: Tamora Pierce No longer a slave, Aly has risen through the ranks of the rebellion to become a master of spies. And just in time, she is brought out of exile and into the heart of the snakes' den that is the Copper Isles royal court. Still, Aly must keep her wager with the trickster god and protect her charges: Sarai, the beautiful, dramatic, and rash potential queen, and Dove, the more cautious and often overlooked younger sister.

Can they step out of the shadows and prove they're a force to be reckoned with? As the revolution builds, Aly's relationship with half crow, half man Nawat deepens. But he must be prepared to step into a role bigger than his personal desires. And Aly must balance her passion for overthrowing the cruel leaders with the dangers lurking around every corner.

Can she rise to the challenge. She is a Kel will not allow this first test to be her last. Keladry of Mindelan is the first girl who dares to take advantage of a new rule in Tortall--one that allows females to train for knighthood. After years in the Yamani Islands, she knows that women can be warriors, and now that she's returned home, Kel is determined to achieve her goal.

She believes she is ready for the traditional hazing and grueling schedule of a page. But standing in Kel's way is Lord Wyldon. The training master is dead set against girls becoming knights. He says she must pass a one-year trial that no male page has ever had to endure.

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And those who hate the idea of a female knight are getting desperate--they will do anything to thwart her progress. She is a pillar, an icon, and an inspiration. Children can sing along with favorite characters using their own detachable digital MP3 Player! Each book spread features the lyrics of four songs, each with its own icon. The child can select the corresponding icon on their MP3 player to hear the song. On the LCD screen, a simple animated icon - one for each of the 20 songs - will also be displayed.

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The result is a powerful book for anyone concerned about the future of our children. This engaging book examines the history of the one-room school and how successive generations of Americans have remembered--and just as often misremembered--this powerful national icon.

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Penn State is famous for many accomplishments, beautiful campuses, outstanding faculty and students, successful alumni, and much more. This book concentrates on one of its most popular achievements--the Creamery--and how it has become one of Penn State's great success stories.

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Defiantly tattooed, with his hair in cornrows, the six-foot Philadelphia 76ers point guard is one of the most recognizable and controversial stars of the sports world. His meteoric rise from a troubled childhood in the ghetto to NBA superstardom has been marked by five straight playoff appearances, including a finals berth in and an MVP award.

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His works, some of which can be seen as allegories , commonly present subversive perspectives on historic events, emphasizing the theopoetic human factor. In Harold Bloom described Saramago as "the most gifted novelist alive in the world today" [1] and in said he considers Saramago to be "a permanent part of the Western canon ", [2] while James Wood praises "the distinctive tone to his fiction because he narrates his novels as if he were someone both wise and ignorant. More than two million copies of Saramago's books have been sold in Portugal alone and his work has been translated into 25 languages. An atheist , he defended love as an instrument to improve the human condition. Disheartened by this political censorship of his work, [8] Saramago went into exile on the Spanish island of Lanzarote , where he lived until his death in

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