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Mother Bruce by Ryan T. Higgins

Title Mother Bruce
Author Ryan T. Higgins
Publisher Disney Electronic Content
Release Date 2018-05-08
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781368041041
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Bruce the bear likes to keep to himself. That, and eat eggs. But when his hard-boiled goose eggs turn out to be real, live goslings, he starts to lose his appetite. And even worse, the goslings are convinced he's their mother. Bruce tries to get the geese to go south, but he can't seem to rid himself of his new companions. What's a bear to do?

Bruce S Big Move by Ryan T. Higgins

Title Bruce s Big Move
Author Ryan T. Higgins
Publisher Disney Electronic Content
Release Date 2018-05-08
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781368041065
Language English, Spanish, and French
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After the events of Hotel Bruce, our favorite curmudgeonly bear shares his home with not only his four geese, but three rowdy mice besides! Fed up with their shenanigans, Bruce sets off to find a rodent-free household. But as usual, nothing goes quite according to plan. . . A hilarious sequel for fans of the previous Bruce books, as well as a standalone discovery for new readers, Bruce's next reluctant adventure is sure to keep kids giggling.

Title Bruce Springsteen All the Songs
Author Richard Lecoq
Publisher Mitchell Beazley
Release Date 2020-10-06
Category Music
Total Pages 672
ISBN 1784726494
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The complete, definitive study of Bruce Springsteen's music. This is the full story of every single song that Bruce Springsteen has recorded and released during his long and remarkable career. With fascinating stories and detailed information on every track, All the Songs is the complete history of one of the greatest musical legacies of all time. Arranged chronologically by album, expert authors Guesdon and Margotin explore the details behind early hits such as Blinded by the Light and Spirit in the Night, to masterpieces such as Born to Run, Hungry Heart, Dancing in the Dark, Born in the U.S.A., The Rising, Tucson Train and more - including outtakes, duets and rare tracks. A must for every Springsteen fan, this is the single greatest record of his music ever produced.

Title Bruce Lee Artist of Life
Author Bruce Lee
Publisher Tuttle Publishing
Release Date 2001-04-01
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 288
ISBN 0804832633
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A rare, never-before-seen collection of Bruce Lee's private letters and writing! Bruce Lee was an intense man with such sheer concentration of energy that no one who encountered him, on screen or in person, could help but be drawn to him and his enthusiasm for life and knowledge. A voracious and engaged reader, Lee wrote extensively, synthesizing the thought of East and West into a unique personal philosophy of self-discovery. Bruce Lee: Artist of Life explores the development and fruition of Bruce Lee's thoughts about gung fu (kung fu), philosophy, psychology, poetry, jeet kune do, acting, and self-knowledge. This volume from Bruce Lee's private notebooks is capped by a selection of Lee's letters that eloquently demonstrate how he incorporated his thought into actions and advice to others. Also included are multiple drafts of select compositions, showing how Lee's ideas evolved and was refined over the years and how the ideas he was reading and writing about were reflected in his work and everyday life. Sections include: Gung Fu—reflections on gung fu, psychology in defense and attack, how to choose a martial arts instructor, and Bruce's view on the martial art Philosophy—regarding human understanding, Taoism, Plato, Socrates, and Descartes Psychology—three types of philosophy, the top dog and the underdog, the four basic philosophical approaches, and learning Poetry—'The Dying Sun,' 'Love is a Friendship Caught on Fire,' 'Once More I Hold You in My Arms,' and 'Parting' Jeet Kune Do–The Liberation—toward personal liberation, notes on JKD, true mastery, and an objective evaluation of the combative skill of Bruce Lee, by those who know what it is Acting—what exactly is an actor, the art of acting Self-knowledge—in search of someone real, self-actualization, and the passionate state of mind Letters—'The True Meaning of Life–Peace of Mind,' 'Use Your Own Experience and Imagination,' and 'It's All in the State of Mind' This Bruce Lee Book is part of the Bruce Lee Library which also features: Bruce Lee: Striking Thoughts Bruce Lee: The Celebrated Life of the Golden Dragon Bruce Lee: The Tao of Gung Fu Bruce Lee: Letters of the Dragon Bruce Lee: The Art of Expressing the Human Body Bruce Lee: Jeet Kune Do

Bruce by Peter Ames Carlin

Title Bruce
Author Peter Ames Carlin
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2014-01
Category
Total Pages 528
ISBN 8360157995
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Archaeology Of Bruce Trigger by Ronald F. Williamson

Title Archaeology of Bruce Trigger
Author Ronald F. Williamson
Publisher McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Release Date 2006-08-24
Category Social Science
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9780773531277
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Bruce Trigger has merged the history of archaeology with new perspectives on how to understand the past. He is a critical analyst and architect of social evolutionary theory, an Egyptologist, and an authority on aboriginal cultures in north-eastern North America. His contextualization of archaeology within broader society has encouraged appreciation of the power of archaeological knowledge and he has been an effective voice for non-oppositional forms of argument in archaeological theory.

Blue Sky Kingdom by Bruce Kirkby

Title Blue Sky Kingdom
Author Bruce Kirkby
Publisher Douglas & McIntyre
Release Date 2020-08-29
Category Travel
Total Pages 315
ISBN 9781771622707
Language English, Spanish, and French
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One morning at breakfast, while gawking at his phone and feeling increasingly disconnected from family and everything else of importance in his world, it strikes writer Bruce Kirkby: this isn’t how he wants to live. Within days, plans begin to take shape. Bruce, his wife Christine, and their two children—seven-year-old Bodi and three-year-old Taj—will cross the Pacific by container ship, then travel onward through South Korea, China, India and Nepal aboard bus, riverboat and train, eventually traversing the Himalaya by foot. Their destination: a thousand-year-old Buddhist monastery in the remote Zanskar valley, one of the last places where Tibetan Buddhism is still practised freely in its original setting. Taken into the mud-brick home of a senior lama, Tsering Wangyal, the family spends the summer absorbed by monastery life. In this refuge, where ancient traditions intersect with the modern world, Bruce discovers ways to slow down, to observe and listen, and ultimately, to better understand his son on the autism spectrum—to surrender all expectations and connect with Bodi exactly as he is. Recounted with wit and humility, Blue Sky Kingdom is an engaging travel memoir as well as a thoughtful exploration of modern distraction, the loss of ancient wisdom, and the challenges and rewards of intercultural friendships.

Hotel Bruce by Ryan T. Higgins

Title Hotel Bruce
Author Ryan T. Higgins
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018
Category Bears
Total Pages 86
ISBN 1338267388
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A reluctant mother to four young geese, grumpy Bruce the bear loses his temper when he migrates home in the spring only to discover that mice have converted his den into a hotel.

Pare Bruce by Ryan T. Higgins

Title Pare Bruce
Author Ryan T. Higgins
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020
Category
Total Pages 40
ISBN 8448951808
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Bruce Lee by Bruce Thomas

Title Bruce Lee
Author Bruce Thomas
Publisher Frog Books
Release Date 1994
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 329
ISBN 1883319250
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Draws on interviews to break the myths surrounding Bruce Lee's life and discover the man who struggled to reconcile Hollywood's preoccupations with his Zen monastery discipline

John Bruce O B E by Donald R. Montgomery

Title John Bruce O B E
Author Donald R. Montgomery
Publisher Trafford Publishing
Release Date 2000
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 194
ISBN 9781552124574
Language English, Spanish, and French
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John Bruce was one of Canada's most colourful, effective and longest-serving General Organizers of any North American union. This book covers the first 34 years of his life and includes a summary.

Bruce Lee by Matthew Polly

Title Bruce Lee
Author Matthew Polly
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018-06-05
Category Actors
Total Pages 656
ISBN 1471175693
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'For anyone interested in Lee's legacy, this is a roundhouse kick of a biography' - The Sunday Times 'At last, Bruce Lee has the powerful biography he deserves... It will thrill Lee's fans and fascinate the unfamiliar' - Jonathan Eig, author of Ali: A Life and Luckiest Man: The Life and Death of Lou Gehrig 'Meticulously researched' - Jimmy McDonough, author of Shakey: Neil Young's Biography and Soul Survivor: A Biography of Al Green 'You won't find a better match for a biographer with his subject than Matthew Polly and Bruce Lee... A definitive biography, told with passion and punch' - Brian Jay Jones, author George Lucas: A Life and Jim Henson: The Biography. More than forty years after Bruce Lee's sudden death at age 32, journalist and author Matthew Polly has written the definitive account of Lee's life. It's also one of the only accounts; incredibly, there has never been an authoritative biography of Lee. Following a decade of research that included conducting more than one hundred interviews with Lee's family, friends, business associates and even the mistress in whose bed Lee died, Polly has constructed a complex, humane portrait of the icon. There are his early years as a child star in Hong Kong cinema; his actor father's struggles with opium addiction and how that turned Bruce into a troublemaking teenager who was kicked out of high school and eventually sent to America to shape up; his beginnings as a martial arts teacher, eventually becoming personal instructor to movie stars like Steve McQueen; his struggles as an Asian-American actor in Hollywood and frustration seeing role after role he auditioned for go to a white actors in eye makeup; his eventual triumph as a leading man; his challenges juggling a sky-rocketing career with his duties as a father and husband; and his shocking end that to this day is still shrouded in mystery. Polly breaks down the myth of Bruce Lee and argues that, contrary to popular belief, he was an ambitious actor who was obsessed with martial arts--not a great kung-fu master who just so happened to make a couple of movies. The book offers an honest look at an impressive yet flawed man whose personal story was even more entertaining and inspiring than any fictional role he played on-screen. Praise for Matthew Polly 'Hypnotic...Tapped Out manages to humanize a sport once demonized as "human cockfighting" by deconstructing the stereotype of the martial-arts tough guy.' - The New York Times 'Tapped Out is a knockout for MMA fans, who will laugh at the intimate portraits Polly sketches of some of the sport's most famous personalities. But it also works for those not familiar with the sport...You won't be disappointed.' - OpposingViews.com 'A delight to read.' - TheFightNerd.com 'Polly's self-deprecation in the painful learning process stands out as much as the witty prose. His delivery is Plimpton-esque.' - ESPN.com 'Smoothly written . . . Polly has a good eye for characters.' - Publishers Weekly

Bruce Lee by Simon Kenny

Title Bruce Lee
Author Simon Kenny
Publisher Old Castle
Release Date 2009-04-09
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 160
ISBN 1842432877
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Bruce Lee was the most influential martial artist of the last century. Way beyond his time in terms of his physical training, Bruce Lee went against the grain of traditional martial arts to develop his own unique martial art, Jeet Kune Do. However, his art was much more than physical fighting, it was a philosophical way of life. Kenny thoroughly examines the films of Bruce Lee and explores some of the myths that surround them. This is also a great introduction to Bruce Lee's life, his martial art, his philosophy and his poetry.

Bruce Mason Solo by Bruce Mason

Title Bruce Mason Solo
Author Bruce Mason
Publisher Victoria University Press
Release Date 1981
Category Drama
Total Pages 234
ISBN 0705507572
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Sound recordings of the works performed by the author were produced in the Wellington studios of Radio New Zealand.

Bruce by Peter Ames Carlin

Title Bruce
Author Peter Ames Carlin
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2012-10-30
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 512
ISBN 9781471112355
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'Wonderful...Carlin's book never shies from the details of this most enduring of American heroes. The divorces, cruelties, years in therapy and his antidepressant fuelled comeback of 2003 are all here' Sunday Times This sweeping biography of one of America's greatest musicians is the first in twenty-five years to be written with the cooperation of Springsteen himself. With unfettered access to the artist, his family and band members, acclaimed music writer Peter Ames Carlin presents an intimate and vivid portrait. 'A readable, expansive portrait of the New Jersey rocker that delves into his family background and personal life more than previous biographies' Sunday Telegraph 'The first serious Bruce Springsteen biography for 25 years. Carlin was granted unprecedented access to family, friends, management, even the Boss himself, enabling him to paint a vivid picture of the man, warts and all' Sunday Express 'A revealing portrait of a rock colossus… Peter Ames Carlin's new book is the first in 25 years to have been written with the co-operation of Springsteen. Previous biographies have tended towards closely argued adulation but Carlin has not been blinded by his access to Springsteen' Daily Telegraph 'One for the regular fan on the street...well written and jaw-dropping in its research...Weighty, fact focused, readable' Metro 'Painstakingly researched and based on - for the first time - interviews with Springsteen's family and friends as well as the Boss himself. To that extent it is the first authorised account for a decade...This is a warts-and-all account that includes Springsteen's flashes of temper when things didn't go his way…' Sunday Times

Bruce S Big Storm by Ryan T. Higgins

Title Bruce s Big Storm
Author Ryan T. Higgins
Publisher Disney Electronic Content
Release Date 2019-09-03
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781368045957
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Bruce's home is already a full house. But when a big storm brings all his woodland neighbors knocking, he'll have to open his door to a crowd of animals in need of shelter—whether he likes it or not. Readers will love this next installment of the uproarious, award-winning Mother Bruce series.

John Edward Bruce by Ralph Crowder

Title John Edward Bruce
Author Ralph Crowder
Publisher NYU Press
Release Date 2004-02-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 243
ISBN 9780814715185
Language English, Spanish, and French
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John Edward Bruce, a premier black journalist from the late 1800's until his death in 1924, was a vital force in the popularization of African American history. "Bruce Grit," as he was called, wrote for such publications as Marcus Garvey's nationalist newspaper, The Negro World, and McGirt's Magazine. Born a slave in Maryland in 1856, Bruce gained his freedom by joining a regiment of Union soldiers passing through on their way to Washington, DC. Bruce was in contact with major figures in African American history, including Henry Highland Garnett and Martin Delany, both instrumental in the development of 19th century Black nationalism and the struggle for Black liberation. Close relationships with Liberian statesman Edward Wilmot Blyden and with Alexander Crummell, a key advocate for the emigration of Blacks to Africa, assisted in Bruce's development into a leading African American spokesman. In 1911, Arthur Alfonso Schomburg and Bruce co-founded the Negro Society for Historical Research, which greatly influenced black book collecting and preservation as well as the study of African American themes.

Bruce Lee by Matthew Polly

Title Bruce Lee
Author Matthew Polly
Publisher Simon & Schuster
Release Date 2019-06-04
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 656
ISBN 9781501187636
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“The first noteworthy treatment of its subject—and a definitive one at that...Fascinating narrative threads proliferate” (The New York Times Book Review). The most authoritative biography—featuring dozens of rarely seen photographs—of film legend Bruce Lee, who made martial arts a global phenomenon, bridged the divide between Eastern and Western cultures, and smashed long-held stereotypes of Asians and Asian-Americans. Forty-five years after Bruce Lee’s sudden death at age thirty-two, journalist and bestselling author Matthew Polly has written the definitive account of Lee’s life. It’s also one of the only accounts; incredibly, there has never been an authoritative biography of Lee. Following a decade of research that included conducting more than one hundred interviews with Lee’s family, friends, business associates, and even the actress in whose bed Lee died, Polly has constructed a complex, humane portrait of the icon. Polly explores Lee’s early years as a child star in Hong Kong cinema; his actor father’s struggles with opium addiction and how that turned Bruce into a troublemaking teenager who was kicked out of high school and eventually sent to America to shape up; his beginnings as a martial arts teacher, eventually becoming personal instructor to movie stars like James Coburn and Steve McQueen; his struggles as an Asian-American actor in Hollywood and frustration seeing role after role he auditioned for go to a white actors in eye makeup; his eventual triumph as a leading man; his challenges juggling a sky-rocketing career with his duties as a father and husband; and his shocking end that to this day is still shrouded in mystery. Polly breaks down the myths surrounding Bruce Lee and argues that, contrary to popular belief, he was an ambitious actor who was obsessed with the martial arts—not a kung-fu guru who just so happened to make a couple of movies. This is an honest, revealing look at an impressive yet imperfect man whose personal story was even more entertaining and inspiring than any fictional role he played onscreen.