23 juin 2010

2,000 IDIOTISME ANGLAIS populaires et pratiques par J. Edgar Bouchard

Le langage courant moderne n'est pas toujours parfait. C'est regrettable mais il nous faut l'accepter ainsi. Jdois m'exprimer comme la foule si je veux la comprendre et en être compris. Vous pensez que c'est de la lacheté?... Je crois que c'est de la temporisation.Le but de ce livre n'est pas de remplacer les autres études de l'anglais. Il n'en est que la suite et le complément. En effet, la maitrise du verbe, de l'expression de la pensée et la formation de la phrase régulière sont absolument indispensables. Avec l'aide de ce livre je... [Lire la suite]
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19 juin 2010

Loves Music, Loves to Dance, Mary Higgins Clark

Erin and Darcy, answering personal ads as research for a TV show, discover a New York subculture of adulterers, con-men, the shy and the weird - all looking for love. And one man looking for something darker - a serial killer who has survived for 15 years, and has promised himself two more murders.
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18 juin 2010

BARBECUE COOKBOOK, Ed Callahan

Are you in a barbecue rut? Is your repertoire limited to hambergers, hotdogs and ribs? This conprehensive guide will help you increase your barbecue I.Q. Learn how to cook wild game, seafood and vegetables. Become familiar with exotic implements like Genghis Khan and Mongolian Hot Pot.
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10 juin 2010

LANDSCAPE INTO ART, Kenneth Clark

'The importance of this book to art criticism and to the history of art can scarcely be exaggerated. Ruskin and others have wtitten notable pages on the art of landscape painting, but not such complete work on it as a separate branch of art has appeared in english.' Cambridge Review
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05 juin 2010

The Cider House Rules, John Irving

Set among the apple orchards of rural Maine, it is a perverse world in which Homer Wells' odyssey begins. As the oldest unadopted offspring at St Cloud's orphanage, he learns about the skills which, one way or another, help young and not-so-young women, from Wilbur Larch, the orphanage's founder, a man of rare compassion with an addiction to ether.Dr Larch loves all his orphans, especially Homer Wells. It is Homer's story we follow, from his early apprenticeship in the orphanage, to his adult life running a cider-making factory and... [Lire la suite]
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13 mai 2010

Odd Hours, Dean Koontz

Only a handful of fictional characters are recognized by first name alone. Dean Koontz's Odd Thomas is one such literary hero, who has come alive in readers' imaginations as he explores the greatest mysteries of this world and the next with his inimitable wit, heart, and quiet gallantry. Now Koontz follows Odd as he is drawn onward, to a destiny he cannot imagine. Haunted by dreams of an all-encompassing red tide, Odd is pulled inexorably to the sea, to a small California coastal town where nothing is as it seems...
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07 mai 2010

LONDON The Biography of a City, Christopher Hibbert

An introduction to the history of the development of London and of the social life of its people. Christopher Hibbert
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06 mai 2010

Cookshelf Italian, Penny Stephens

The warmth and vitality for wich Italy is renowned is reflected in the country's cuisine. This inspirational cookbook features a fascinating range of 120 recipes from all over Italy. Traditional Italian ingredients are introduced but these are balanced with a range of family favorites, all of which evoke the true taste of Italy. This book provides a wealth of ideas and recipes for a cllection of mouth-watering meals.
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01 mai 2010

Totally cool Soapmaking, Marie Browning

Time for some good, clean fun with dozens of safe soap projects for kids ages 8-12. Using safe, readily-available ingredients in melt-and-pour recipes, along with a variety of tantalizing fragrances, additives, and colorants, kids will have a blast making molded bar and liquid soap, bath fizzies and salts, bubble baths, body powders, lip glosses, and more. Work with yummy scents such as chocolate, bubble gum, strawberry, watermelon, and coconut, and create sparkled, marbled, and confetti effects. Make adorable pie soaps that smell... [Lire la suite]
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12 avril 2010

BLACK AND BLUE, Ian Rankin

Inspector John Rebus must disinter all four cases to nail just one killer. And do it while facing the glare of an internal inquiry led by a man he has just accused of taking backhanders from Glasgow's Mr Big, and with TV cameras at his back investigating a miscarriage of justice. One mistake is likely to mean an unpleasant and not particularly speedy death or, worse still,losing his job. 'With BLACK AND BLUE' Ian Rankin joins the elite of British crime writing' Marcel Berlins THE TIMES.
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