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Mismatched

Elle Casey

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NEW YORK TIMES & USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR ELLE CASEY AND AUTHOR AMANDA MCKEON bring you MISMATCHED ... a contemporary adult romance/chick lit novel.
Former college roommates Erin and Ridlee leave Boston for Ireland to track down an inheritance, and end up at a matchmaking festival in Lisdoonvarna. Ridlee's a newly minted attorney, and Erin's part owner of the Pot O' Gold Pub, hoping to buy out her new, mysterious partner, some old Irish guy she'd never heard of before the reading of her late grandmother's will. It seemed like it would be an easy thing to do: show up, find the bloke, and make him an offer … But the magic that is Ireland and the people who speak the lilting Irish brogue are as unpredictable as the weather, and things get a little more complicated than the girls anticipated when the town's legendary matchmaker pulls out his leather-bound book and proposes two matches …

Morrigan: Emergence

Amanda McKeon

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Morrigan Reilly, or Mo, is a lucky girl and she knows it, but something’s bugging her and she can’t pinpoint what it is. Disconnected from her friends since returning to school, and all but invisible to the guy she likes, things just go from bad to worse when she accidentally puts a curse on someone she loves. What Mo doesn’t know is that she’s a witch, descended from the great Celtic goddess, The Morrigan, queen of battle and strife. Mo’s life is about to get a lot more complicated, and she’ll learn the true meaning of that old adage, ‘Be careful what you wish for’…

Morrigan: Blue Moon Rising

Amanda McKeon

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You’d think that it would be pretty cool finding out that you’re a Celtic witch in the 21st century, wouldn’t you? Well, not for Morrigan "Mo" Reilly. After the death of her adoptive parents in a tragic car accident, she finds her powers steadily growing in the turmoil of guilt and grief. She’s fallen out with friends and family, and her relationship with Aidan—Calliaghstown's adorable young police officer—is hanging in the balance. Mo wants nothing more than to be a normal teenage girl once more. Yet fate has other things in store for her. Violently thrown into a fantastical realm of faeries and mythological creatures, Mo is desperate to find her way back home. But first she must face her demons, and above all the shadowy presence she has been trying to outrun for months—her father.

A Function Approach to College Algebra, Trigonometry, and Precalculus

Amanda Vamedeva

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Educational Leadership, v. 51, no. 8, May 1994 - Educating for Diversity

James A. Banks

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Nonfiction: education. Articles include: Transforming the Mainstream Curriculum; Melting Pot or Mosaic?; The Stereotype Within; The Culture/Learning Style Connection; What We Can Learn from Multicultural Education Research; On Educating for Diversity: A Conversation with James A. Banks; Books Offer Entry into Understanding Cultures; SPARCS Ignites Multicultural Science Education; The Human Mosaic Project; Improving the Achievement of Hispanic Students; When Meeting "Common" Standards Is Uncommonly Difficult; Why Some Parents Don't come to School; City Schools Under Attack; Can City School Be Saved?; Questions of an Afternoon; One Urban Solution: Small Schools; The Great Escape; Save Our Schools?; Transforming District Nine; A Portrait of Felton (Buddy) Johnson; Building on the Strengths of Urban Learners; Homeless Students at the School Door; A Safety Net for Homeless Children;