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Fri Mar 21 17:09:16 2014 UTClccn-nr20040044740.06Surviving Brick Johnson0.100.17Cambridge Latin course24548739nr20040044746283747lccn-no94018831Recorded Books, Inclccn-n96018283Christensen, Clayton M.lccn-n50003908Flynn, Robert1932-lccn-n78063715Newcomb, Kerrylccn-n92075699Myers, Laurielccn-n2004090148Roth, Erik A.lccn-n2004090147Anthony, Scott D.lccn-n98029986Lencioni, Patrick1965-lccn-n2003108266Raynor, Michael E.lccn-n94003815Cotton, Ralph W.Leffert, JoelFictionJuvenile worksDomestic fictionPersonal narratives‡vAmericanHistoryCase studiesSelf-instructionWestern storiesTexasSuccess in businessTechnological innovations--ForecastingBusiness forecastingBusiness planningTeams in the workplaceIndustrial managementCreative ability in businessBrothersTexas, WestOlder womenGrandmothersRanch lifeYoung menRevengeCheyenne IndiansMan-woman relationshipsMexicoMexican War (1846-1848)Prisoners of warRanchersUnited StatesSchoolsConduct of lifeWorld War (1939-1945)Military campaignsPacific AreaTelevision broadcasting of newsIraq War (2003-2011)Regimental historiesUnited States.--Army.--InfantryWestern Front (World War (1914-1918))LeadershipMary Kay CosmeticsRanchesManagementOrganizational changeChief executive officersDecision makingPolitical scienceFortification--Design and constructionComanche Indians--WarsCustomer servicesWomen ranchersEconomic policyLatin language--GrammarLatin languageHistorical fictionWestern storiesSmall cities1999200020032004200520062007200820092010201120122013753836100813.54PS3556.L9ocn076938002ocn085386802ocn123897845ocn057595536ocn057044523ocn064395639ocn069107487ocn080547648ocn183398579ocn059160414ocn0833524757739ocn059160414file20040.06Myers, LaurieSurviving Brick JohnsonJuvenile worksFictionAfraid of getting maimed for making fun of Brick, the husky new kid in his fifth-grade class, Nick decides that even his baseball collection will not protect him so he signs up for karate class, despite his little brother's reassurances that Brick is not a bully7155ocn123897845file20040.12Christensen, Clayton MSeeing what's next? using the theories of innovation to predict industry changeInternationally renowned innovation expert Clayton M. Christensen and his research partners Scott D. Anthony and Erik A. Roth present this groundbreaking guide for predicting outcomes in the evolution of any industry6995ocn076938002file20060.12Lencioni, PatrickOvercoming the five dysfunctions of a team [a field guide for leaders, managers, and facilitators]Teamwork is the one competitive advantage that corporations across the board have failed to leverage. To counter the five common pitfalls that undermine the ability of companies to team successfully, Lencioni outlines five simple remedies: build trust, master conflict, achieve commitment, embrace accountability, and focus on results. This practical, easily accessible field guide outlines clear measures for realizing success in the workplace through teamwork6826ocn085386802file20040.12Christensen, Clayton MThe innovator's solution creating and sustaining successful growthClayton M. Christensen is a professor of business administration at Harvard Business School. Michael E. Raynor is a director at Deloitte Research. Together, they outline an innovative plan that urges businesses to create disruption rather than fleeing from it6475ocn057595536com20030.10Flynn, RobertTie-Fast countryFictionDomestic fictionChance Carter doesn't like his grandmother Rista. When he learns her health is failing, the only thing compelling him to leave Florida for Texas is his status as the sole heir to her million-dollar ranch. Yet when he pays her a visit, he learns the reality of the past--including why Rista shot both her husband and the man who may have been Chance's father. The surprising truths force Chance to reconsider everything he thinks he knows6466ocn080547648file20060.10Cotton, Ralph WBlood landsFictionAs Julie Wilder races to greet her father, she sees his ashen face and fixed stare too late to escape the hooded nightriders who suddenly surround her. When bounty hunter Baines Meredith discovers her the next day--battered, bleeding, and barely alive--he covers her nakedness and gently cares for her. But can Baines help Julie develop the strength, courage, and skill she needs to administer her own brand of frontier justice?6376ocn183398579com20070.10Robbins, DavidRio LargoFictionWestern storiesIn the Sweet Grass Valley, Kent Tovey's Circle T ranch and Dar Pierce's DP ranch sit on either side of the Rio Largo River. Tovey and Pierce have no beef with each other--until a no-good schemer instigates a bloody feud between the old friends6257ocn064395639file20050.10Newcomb, KerryMorning starFictionEager to leave his Civil War memories behind, Joel embarks on a journey to the Great West. After saving a beautiful Cheyenne princess from evil kidnapper Henri Larocaque, the lonely soldier soon falls in love with her. The princess quickly fills the void the war has left in his heart. Larocaque hasn't forgiven Joel for taking his princess, however. After Larocaque violently evens the score, Joel is forced to go to extremes to bring a woman into his motherless son's life. But will this woman's past bring as much trouble as the Cherokee princess?6226ocn069107487file20050.10Newcomb, KerryTexas anthemFictionGalloping toward his Mexican pursuers, Johnny Anthem reaches down to rescue his unhorsed brother Vin--who instead pistol-whips Johnny, steals his horse, and leaves him for dead. Nine months later, Johnny escapes the brutality of the Mexican siver mines only to discover that his fianceĢe Rose has married Vin. Minutes after the ceremony, Johnny confronts the newlyweds and triggers a chain reaction of explosive events. But how will this confrontation affect Johnny's future and the future of those he holds most dear?6146ocn057044523file20030.10Flynn, RobertWanderer SpringsFictionWhen the new highway being constructed avoids Wanderer Springs, the town is left to wither in the dust. Will Callaghan, back for a funeral, remembers the town's sometimes funny, sometimes paintul past, including the time he cost his high school the football championship. Through Will's remembrances the past comes back to life, and Wanderer Springs regains its identity2485ocn057733774rcrd20040.12North, OliverWar stories II heroism in the PacificPersonal narratives AmericanIn his second book, North shares the accomplishments of the heroic men who fought in the Pacific theater of World War II+-+01475846962223ocn056570982rcrd20040.12North, OliverWar stories [Operation Iraqi Freedom]As an embedded journalist in Iraq, North got a soldier's-eye-view, often while under fire, of what mainstream media failed to report. A decorated combat veteran, he watched Operation Iraqi Freedom with trained eyes unmatched by other journalists. He presents a justification for the campaign that liberated Iraq from the regime of Saddam Hussein+-+78453075961253ocn054770889rcrd20040.12Fussell, PaulThe boys' crusade [the American infantry in Northwestern Europe, 1944-1945]HistoryExamines World War II in Northwestern Europe during the years 1944-1945 from the perspective of young American soldiers702ocn053374707rcrd20030.10Underwood, JimMore than a pink Cadillac [Mary Kay Inc.'s nine leadership keys to success]Case studiesStarting with $5,000, founder Mary Kay Ash built a multi-billion dollar company and global phenomenon from scratch. Of the many secrets to her success as a leader, a simple set of guiding principles forms the core. Her humble mindset and personal way of doing business have encouraged hundreds of thousands of men and women around the world to reevaluate their own business attitudes551ocn052857325rcrd20030.14Krames, Jeffrey AWhat the best CEOs know [7 exceptional leaders and their lessons for transforming any business]Case studiesThis no-nonsense guide highlights the specific skills that help seven of the top business leaders beat the competition and keep their companies on top411ocn054800918rcrd20040.13Fussell, PaulThe boys' crusade [the American infantry in Northwestern Europe, 1944-1945]HistoryExamines World War II in Northwestern Europe during the years 1944-1945 from the perspective of young American soldiers383ocn852863087rcrd20130.08Sunstein, Cass RSimpler the future of governmentDraws on behavioral psychology and economics to trace U.S. policy changes that reflect smarter and simpler government practices while preserving freedom of choice in areas ranging from mortgages and student loans to food labeling and health care363ocn052133872rcrd20030.08Blakely, MikeMoon medicineFictionYoung Jean-Guy, living in a school for boys in France, dreams of Indians and far-off lands. When he murders his fencing teacher in an act of revenge, he flees for his life and boards a Clipper ship bound for America. Finally arriving on the new land, he encounters the colorful visions of his dreams and begins a transformation into a mythical western hero131ocn056909885rcrd20040.17Cambridge School Classics Project (Cambridge, England)Cambridge Latin courseSelf-instruction+-+325055670541ocn056941390rcrd20030.10Underwood, JimMore than a pink Cadillac Mary Kay Inc.'s nine leadership keys to successCase studiesStarting with $5,000, founder Mary Kay Ash built a multi-billion dollar company and global phenomenon from scratch. Of the many secrets to her success as a leader, a simple set of guiding principles forms the core. Her humble mindset and personal way of doing business have encouraged hundreds of thousands of men and women around the world to reevaluate their own business attitudes+-+0147584696+-+0147584696Fri Mar 21 16:01:09 EDT 2014batch17554