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The Explorers Guild by Kevin Costner

Title The Explorers Guild
Author Kevin Costner
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2016-10-11
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 784
ISBN 9781476727400
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The golden age of adventure stories returns with this splendidly designed, action-packed, globe-trotting tale that combines the bravura storytelling of Kipling with the irresistible style of "The Adventures of Tintin." Set against the backdrop of World War I, with Western Civilization on the edge of calamity, the first installment in The Explorers Guild series concerns the Guild's quest to find the golden city of Buddhist myth. The search will take them from the Polar North to the Mongolian deserts, through the underground canals of Asia to deep inside the Himalayas, before the fabled city finally divulges its secrets and the globe-spanning journey plays out to its startling conclusion.

The Explorer S Code by Allison K. Hymas

Title The Explorer s Code
Author Allison K. Hymas
Publisher Imprint
Release Date 2020-09-29
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781250258861
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Three kids have everything they need to solve the decades-old mystery of Idlewood Manor, in this middle grade novel full of real ciphers, puzzles, riddles, and codes that Kirkus Reviews calls "a worthy call to unravel a mystery.” Idlewood Manor has been uninhabited for decades, until now . . . Math whiz Charlie won admission in a puzzle contest—and he’s intrigued by the strange numbers he finds on Idlewood’s walls. His restless sister Anna had to be dragged to the house—but then she discovers its hidden floor. Emily’s parents brought her to the mansion on a secret mission—and she’s determined to prove herself to them. All three kids soon unlock clues to Idlewood’s mysterious past and the famous female explorer who’s connected to it—and the secret treasure she left behind. But the adults around them are also hunting for the treasure. Charlie, Anna, and Emily will have to overcome their differences and work as a team to solve Idlewood’s puzzles before it’s too late, in Allison K. Hymas's The Explorer's Code. An Imprint Book

Title Songs from Nowhere Near the Heart
Author Jon Baird
Publisher St. Martin's Griffin
Release Date 2001-05-18
Category Fiction
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781429970518
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the dark overlap between music and industry, there dwells a group of people whose lives and dealings are every bit as commonplace and fantastic, as high-flung and ridiculous, as noble and sordid as the stories they inspire. Don, Ross, and Chavez comprise Seventeen; Neil, Mika, Darcy, and Darren make up Limna. One is a hard-working club band committed to a music-first agenda and convinced by wily manager Deedee Vanian that this is indeed the road they're on. The other is an unapologetically commercial construct, pieced together and driven into the market by professional hitmakers and by manager Annika Guttkuhn, herself a "discovery" and protegee of Deedee's. Competing for the same recording contract, the two acts are combined on a single bill and booked for a string of appearances from New England to Florida. But who has orchestrated the ill-fated trip, and why? How far can Annika push her act, armed with nothing but an imaginary following and her trumped-up press releases? And why should Don fro Seventeen be her chief coconspirator? Songs from Nowhere Near the Heart presents an unforgettable and richly textured cast of characters, each trying to outwit and outflank the others, for reasons and with results that won't become entirely clear before a final, hilarious sequence of events in rural Florida.

Merchants And Explorers by Heather Dalton

Title Merchants and Explorers
Author Heather Dalton
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2016
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 241
ISBN 9780199672059
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Heather Dalton explores the sixteenth century Atlantic world through the travels of trader Roger Barlow and navigator Sebastian Cabot, revealing how these men understood their world, and how their shared knowledge and accumulation of capital in international trade influenced emerging ideas of trade, discovery, settlement, and race in Britainches

After The Kill by Darrin Lunde

Title After the Kill
Author Darrin Lunde
Publisher Charlesbridge
Release Date 2011-07-01
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 32
ISBN 9781607342960
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Atmospheric illustrations and dramatic, straigh-shooting language describe the food web interactions among predators and scavengers after a zebra is slain by a lioness. Nothing is wasted. Secondary text offers related information about each animal and its predation techniques.

Title Explorers of the Black Box
Author Susan Allport
Publisher Open Road Media
Release Date 2016-06-28
Category Science
Total Pages 276
ISBN 9781504034104
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Explorers of the Black Box is a scientific adventure story. The “Black Box” is the brain. The “Explorers” are neuroscientists in search of how nerve cells record memories, and they are as ruthless and dauntless as any soldiers of fortune. The book centers around the early, often-controversial research Nobel Prize–winner Eric Kandel. It takes readers behind the scenes of laboratories at Woods Hole, Columbia, Yale, and Princeton to create an absorbing account of how the brain works and of how science itself works.

Title The Psychedelic Explorer s Guide
Author James Fadiman
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2011-05-18
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 352
ISBN 9781594779367
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Psychedelics for spiritual, therapeutic, and problem-solving use • Presents practices for safe and successful psychedelic voyages, including the benefits of having a guide and how to be a guide • Reviews the value of psychedelics for healing and self-discovery as well as how LSD has facilitated scientific and technical problem-solving • Reveals how microdosing (ultr-low doeses) improve cognitive functioning, emotional balance, and physical stamina • This year 600,000 people in the U.S. alone will try LSD for the the first time, joining the 23 million who have already experimented with this substance Called “America’s wisest and most respected authority on psychedelics and their use,” James Fadiman has been involved with psychedelic research since the 1960s. In this guide to the immediate and long-term effects of psychedelic use for spiritual (high dose), therapeutic (moderate dose), and problem-solving (low dose and microdose) purposes, Fadiman outlines best practices for safe, sacred entheogenic voyages learned through his more than 40 years of experience--from the benefits of having a sensitive guide during a session (and how to be one) to the importance of the setting and pre-session intention. Fadiman reviews the newest as well as the neglected research into the psychotherapeutic value of visionary drug use for increased personal awareness and a host of serious medical conditions, including his recent study of the reasons for and results of psychedelic use among hundreds of students and professionals. He reveals new uses for LSD and other psychedelics, including microdosing, extremely low doses, for improved cognitive functioning and emotional balance. Cautioning that psychedelics are not for everyone, he dispels the myths and misperceptions about psychedelics circulating in textbooks and clinics as well as on the internet. Exploring the life-changing experiences of Ram Dass, Timothy Leary, Aldous Huxley, and Huston Smith as well as Francis Crick and Steve Jobs, Fadiman shows how psychedelics, used wisely, can lead not only to healing but also to scientific breakthroughs and spiritual epiphanies.

Kevin Costner by Kelvin Caddies

Title Kevin Costner
Author Kelvin Caddies
Publisher Plexus Pub
Release Date 1995
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 160
ISBN 0859652394
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Biography of the Hollywood film star

The Explorers Guild by Kevin Costner

Title The Explorers Guild
Author Kevin Costner
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2015-10-20
Category Fiction
Total Pages 800
ISBN 9781471153730
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The golden age of adventure stories returns with this splendidly designed, action-packed, globe-trotting tale that combines the bravura storytelling of Kipling with the irresistible style of The Adventures of Tintin. Behind the staid public rooms of an old world gentlemen's club operates a more mysterious organization: The Explorers' Guild, a clandestine group of adventurers who bravely journey to those places in which light gives way to shadow and reason is usurped by myth. The secrets they seek are hidden in mountain ranges and lost in deserts, buried in the ocean floor and lodged deep in polar ice. The aim of The Explorers' Guild: to discover the mysteries that lie beyond the boundaries of the known world. Set against the backdrop of World War I, with Western Civilization on the edge of calamity, the first installment in The Explorers' Guild series, A Passage to Shambhala, concerns the Guild's quest to find the golden city of Buddhist myth. The search will take them from the Polar North to the Mongolian deserts, through the underground canals of Asia to deep inside the Himalayas, before the fabled city finally divulges its secrets and the globe-spanning journey plays out to its startling conclusion. The Explorers' Guild is a rare publishing opportunity, powered by the creative passion of one of the world's true storytelling masters, Kevin Costner.

Title Eberron Explorer s Handbook
Author David Noonan
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2005
Category Games
Total Pages 157
ISBN 0786936916
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The ultimate sourcebook for players wishing to explore the world of Eberron, the "Explorer's Handbook" showcases the multi-continental aspect of the Eberron setting. This handbook encourages players to explore the entire world rather than remain fixed in one region.

Title Star Wars the Galactic Explorer s Guide
Author Jason Fry
Publisher Goodman Publishers
Release Date 2019-11
Category Games & Activities
Total Pages 144
ISBN 1847961029
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This fact-packed book-plus-app is an interactive guide to key planets from the Star Wars galaxy. It contains plenty of information, photographs, and diagrams on the page, and the latest Augmented Reality technology brings many interactive elements to enhance the reading experience. The traveler's guide to some of the key planets, places, and events from the Star Wars galaxy is a unique tool and a fun reference work. Observe, wonder, and engage with these amazing elements and immerse yourself fully into the galaxy that's far, far away.

Bats Of The Republic by Zachary Thomas Dodson

Title Bats of the Republic
Author Zachary Thomas Dodson
Publisher Doubleday
Release Date 2015-10-06
Category Fiction
Total Pages 480
ISBN 9780385539845
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Archetypes of the cowboy story, tropes drawn from sci-fi, love letters, diaries, confessions all abound in this relentlessly engaging tale. Dodson has quite brilliantly exposed the gears and cogs whirring in the novelist’s imagination. It is a mad and beautiful thing.” --Keith Donohue, The Washington Post Winner of Best of Region for the Southwest in PRINT’s 2016 Regional Design Awards Bats of the Republic is an illuminated novel of adventure, featuring hand-drawn maps and natural history illustrations, subversive pamphlets and science-fictional diagrams, and even a nineteenth-century novel-within-a-novel—an intrigue wrapped in innovative design. In 1843, fragile naturalist Zadock Thomas must leave his beloved in Chicago to deliver a secret letter to an infamous general on the front lines of the war over Texas. The fate of the volatile republic, along with Zadock’s future, depends on his mission. When a cloud of bats leads him off the trail, he happens upon something impossible... Three hundred years later, the world has collapsed and the remnants of humanity cling to a strange society of paranoia. Zeke Thomas has inherited a sealed envelope from his grandfather, an esteemed senator. When that letter goes missing, Zeke engages a fomenting rebellion that could free him—if it doesn’t destroy his relationship, his family legacy, and the entire republic first. As their stories overlap and history itself begins to unravel, a war in time erupts between a lost civilization, a forgotten future, and the chaos of the wild. Bats of the Republic is a masterful novel of adventure and science fiction, of elliptical history and dystopian struggle, and, at its riveting core, of love.

The Explorer by James Smythe

Title The Explorer
Author James Smythe
Publisher Harper Collins
Release Date 2013-01-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780062229519
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When journalist Cormac Easton is selected to document the first mannedmission into deep space, he dreams of securing his place in history asone of humanity's great explorers. But in space, nothing goes according to plan. The crew wake from hypersleep to discover their captain dead in his allegedlyfail-proof safety pod. They mourn, and Cormac sends a beautifully written eulogyback to Earth. The word from ground control is unequivocal: no matter whathappens, the mission must continue. But as the body count begins to rise, Cormac finds himself alone and spiralingtoward his own inevitable death . . . unless he can do something to stop it.

Title The Explorer s Guide to Algonquin Park
Author Michael Runtz
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2021-03
Category
Total Pages 240
ISBN 0228103169
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Algonquin is a near-North paradise of 3,500 square miles of forests, lakes and rivers atop the rugged Canadian Shield. This idyllic haven from urban life is easily accessible from dozens of major U.S. and Canadian population centers. Michael Runtz has spent decades observing and photographing the wildlife of Algonquin Park; the 4th edition of The Explorer's Guide to Algonquin Park is the updated and expanded culmination of that work. Informative but also highly evocative, Michael's prose demonstrates a love of the natural world and a genuine desire to share it with others. Elevated by Michael's award-winning wildlife photography, this work is one part guidebook, one part celebration of one of Canada's most treasured Parks. This new edition features: Access routes, hiking trails and canoe routes indicated on easy-to-read full-color maps Where, when and how to see moose, wolves, birds and other wildlife, including 3 new chapters (Butterflies, Odonates, and Wildflowers) Points of historical interest, such as ranger cabins and aboriginal rock paintings A feature on climate change and how it has and will affect Algonquin wildlife New photography from the last 10 years of Michael's career Updated maps and lists of Park facilities and services. Michael skillfully guides first-time visitors and seasoned explorers alike in this new, expanded color edition of The Explorer's Guide to Algonquin Park.

The Explorer King by Robert Wilson

Title The Explorer King
Author Robert Wilson
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2006-10-31
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9780743289009
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this, one of the year's most compelling biographies, Robert Wilson paints a brilliant portrait of Clarence King -- a scientist-explorer whose mountain-scaling, desert-crossing, river-fording, blizzard-surviving adventures helped create the new West of the nineteenth century. A sort of Howard Hughes of the 1800s, Clarence King in his youth was an icon of the new America: a man of both action and intellect, who combined science and adventure with romanticism and charm. The Explorer King vividly depicts King's amazing feats and also uncovers the reasons for the shocking decline he suffered after his days on the American frontier. The Yale-educated King went west in 1863 at age twenty-one as a geologist-explorer. During the next decade he scaled the highest peaks of the Sierra Nevada, published a popular book now considered a classic of adventure literature, initiated a groundbreaking land survey of the American West, and ultimately uncovered one of the greatest frauds of the century -- the Great Diamond Hoax, a discovery that made him an international celebrity at a time when they were few and far between. Through King's own rollicking tales, some true, some embroidered, of scaling previously unclimbed mountain peaks, of surviving a monster blizzard near Yosemite, of escaping ambush and capture by Indians, of being chased on horseback for two days by angry bandits, Robert Wilson offers a powerful combination of adventure, history, and nature writing. He also provides the bigger picture of the West at this time, showing the ways in which the terrain of the western United States was measured and charted and mastered, and how science, politics, and business began to intersect and influence one another during this era. Ultimately, King himself would come to symbolize the collision of science and business, possibly the source of his downfall. Fascinating and extensive, The Explorer King movingly portrays the America of the nineteenth century and the man who -- for better or worse -- typified the soul of the era.

The Adventurers Guild by Zack Loran Clark

Title The Adventurers Guild
Author Zack Loran Clark
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018-10-02
Category
Total Pages 352
ISBN 1536449229
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In one of the last cities standing after the world fell to monsters, best friends Zed Kagari and Brock Dunderfel have high hopes for the future. Zed desperately wishes to join the ranks of the Mages Guild, where his status as Freestone's only half el

Star Wars by Michael Searle

Title Star Wars
Author Michael Searle
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2011
Category Games
Total Pages 351
ISBN 0307890457
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A guide to the new massive multi-player online game "Star Wars, the Old Republic" outlines character types and provides detailed but spoiler-free information on all the planets in which the game takes place.

At The Mountains Of Madness by H. P. Lovecraft

Title At the Mountains of Madness
Author H. P. Lovecraft
Publisher Lulu.com
Release Date 2016-06-16
Category Fiction
Total Pages 100
ISBN 9781365199561
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Initially rejected by Lovecraft's publisher, 'At The Mountains of Madness' is now considered a classic of the horror genre. The disturbing, nightmarish story of a journey through Antarctica and a discovery of secrets hidden in a frozen mountain range has influenced writers and film-makers for decades.

Dances With Wolves by Michael Blake

Title Dances with Wolves
Author Michael Blake
Publisher Fawcett Books
Release Date 1988
Category Fiction
Total Pages 313
ISBN 9780449134481
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Lieutenant John Dunbar, the only soldier at an army outpost deep in Indian territory, befriends the local Comanche tribe and learns their ways from the beautiful Comanche woman whose life he saved

Operation Storm City by Joshua Mowll

Title Operation Storm City
Author Joshua Mowll
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2009
Category Adventure stories
Total Pages 280
ISBN 1406311324
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This title finds Becca and Doug back at their old family home in Lucknow, India, where they discover research papers containing clues to their missing parents' expedition route and to the location of Ur-Can - the fabled Storm City.