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Designing an Effective Pay for Performance Compensation System

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Ice Cream!: Delicious Ice Creams for All Occasions
Ice Cream!: Delicious Ice Creams for All Occasions
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This book is all about indulgence, ingredients and ideas, but most of all it’s about exciting flavors. Written by experienced food writers who always have a tub of homemade ice cream in their freezer, the book lets you in on a secret -- making homemade ice cream is easy! The authors show how you can use an inspired range of luxurious ingredients to create classic favorites and new flavor combinations. There are over 80 ice cream recipes for all occasions -- from dinner parties to children’s parties, afternoons in the garden to rainy days under the quilt. Full-color photos.
Don’t Know Much About George Washington
Don’t Know Much About George Washington
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Where did George Washington go to college? Why didn’t he sign the Declaration of Independence? Did everyone vote for him to be president of the United States? Best-selling author Kenneth C. Davis lays aside popular myth to unveil the true character of an avid farmer -- and our nation’s first president. He weaves a smooth, flowing narrative into the trademark question-and-answer format of his popular Don’t Know Much About series, peppering this outstanding biography with informational sidebars and compelling quotes. Washington’s life illuminates a glorious era in American history. Maps, reproductions from the period, and clever black-and-white illustrations help re-create the flavor of these exciting times. Ages 8-12.
Where Lincoln Walked
Where Lincoln Walked
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On a cold February morning in 1809, Nancy Hanks Lincoln gave birth to a son. The baby was named Abraham, after his grandfather, and was called Abe for short. The events of young Abe’s rugged youth in the woods and prairie shaped him into a remarkable man, who would become a great president. Kentucky was still a wilderness filled with danger and hardship when the Lincolns settled there. This book describes the many sites where Abe Lincoln spent his life, from his youth all the way through his presidency, and shows them in color photographs. Many of the fascinating places where Lincoln walked on the “Lincoln Heritage Trail” are state and national sites. They are definitely worth visiting on family vacations or weekend trips.
Gettysburg Address
Gettysburg Address
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This powerful, somber book gloriously introduces the most famous speech in American history to a new generation & gives fresh meaning to those who have read & heard it before. With considerable care, Abraham Lincoln’s words have been carefully arranged as accompaniments to a series of dramatic B&W images in a visual exposition that complements their intensity & power. The so-called Bliss text, the last from Lincoln’s hand, is the text used for this book. The Civil War & the soldiers in battle are set in context in a Foreword by Garry Wills & Afterword by illustrator Michael McCurdy, whose great-grandfather John “Jack” Kenning was a cannoneer in the Independent Battery F, Pennsylvania Light Artillery, & fought in the Battle of Gettysburg.
Servant to Abigail Adams: The Early American Adven
Servant to Abigail Adams: The Early American Adventures of Hannah Cooper
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The year is 1800, & 13-year-old Hannah Cooper is working as a servant for Abigail Adams, the wife of our second President, John Adams. President Adams is running for re-election against his archrival Thomas Jefferson; the plaster is still wet on the walls of the brand-new White House; & Hannah worries about her ailing father & corresponds with her printer brother, Daniel. In this deft combination of rich factual background & fictional story, Kate Connell brings to life the debates & challenges that faced our nation. Glossary & color illustrations. A National Geographic “I Am American” book.
George Washington’s Teeth
George Washington’s Teeth
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From battling toothaches while fighting the British to having rotten teeth removed by his dentists, the Father of Our Country suffered all his life with tooth problems. Yet, contrary to popular belief, he never had a set of wooden teeth. In this reverentially funny tale, readers will find out what really happened as they follow the trail of lost teeth to complete “tooflessness.” “It’s wild and fun and factual, without a trace of mockery.” “Will have readers feeling the great man’s pain.” “Should find a place in any elementary school library.” Full-color illustrations.
Dark Water’s Embrace: A Novel
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Stephen Leigh (au). In the tradition of Ursula Le Guin comes a startling & thought-provoking novel of gender, society -- & survival. A cent. ago a small group of humans was marooned on a distant planet. Now their descendants struggle with rising infertility, mortality & mutation, for which no cause -- or cure -- can be found. Then comes a startling revelation: The preserved corpse of a member of the planet’s long-extinct native race bears deformities nearly identical to those of Anais, the settlement’s doctor. Anais must discover the link between the mysteries of the planet’s past & the plight of the present-day humans, before she is exiled forever -- thwarting her society’s last chance for survival. Intelligent & compassionate, this novel raises a host of interesting questions.
Lia, Erin, Maddy, Jill, & Kathy are unlikely bunkm
Worst Noel: A Novel
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Lia, Erin, Maddy, Jill, & Kathy are unlikely bunkmates & even unlikelier friends. But at Camp Wildwood, miracles do happen. Now that summer’s over, can they keep up their friendship? Kathy is sentenced to spend Christmas with her busy father & his new wife & baby, & her stuck-up stepsister. So when her Holiday Five friend Erin describes the festivities at her house -- a noisy & joyous family gathering -- it sounds Christmas-card perfect to Kathy. She wrangles an invitation to spend Christmas at Erin’s & -- without telling anyone -- slips out at the height of her father’s holiday party. Part of “The Holiday 5 Series”.
Virtual Death: A Necromantic Thriller
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Shale Aaron (au). It’s the day after tomorrow in an America where Chevrolet Reagans (no one at the wheel) cruise the streets of free/dog cities (they keep the homeless down), where cannibalism is legal (in Colorado), & where Lydia Melmoth is a celebrity. A special kind of celebrity. Lydia is a death artist who has flatlined for fame & fortune in vast arenas & underground clubs. She died more times than anyone alive, then got out of the game before the gray rot turned her brain to bric-a-brac. But Lydia is a legend, & legends’ lives (& deaths) are not their own. Her fans still worship her, her mother needs the money from the TV rights -- so Lydia has agreed to end it all one more time in the big comeback that could be her last.
   
 
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