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Harbour. John Ajvide Lindqvist

 (Harbour. John Ajvide)
It was a beautiful winter's day. Anders, his wife and their feisty six-year-old, Maja, set out across the ice of the Swedish archipelago to visit the lighthouse on Gavasten. There was no one around, so they let her go on ahead. And she disappeared, seemingly into thin air, and was never found. Two years later, Anders is a broken alcoholic, his life ruined. He returns to the archipelago, the home of his childhood and his family. But all he finds are Maja's toys and through the haze of memory, loss and alcohol, he realizes that someone - or something - is trying to communicate with him. Soon enough, his return sets in motion a series of horrifying events which exposes a mysterious and troubling relationship between the inhabitants of the remote island and the sea.

John Dewey and the Future of Community College Education

 (John Dewey and the Future of Community College)
'Honorable Mention' 2016 PROSE Award - Education TheoryToday, community colleges enroll 40% of all undergraduates in the United States. In the years ahead, these institutions are expected to serve an even larger share of this student population. However, faced with increasing government pressure to significantly improve student completion rates, many community colleges will be forced to reconsider their traditional commitment to expand educational opportunity. Community colleges, therefore, are at a crossroads. Should they focus on improving student completion rates and divert resources from student recruitment programs? Should they improve completion rates by closing developmental studies programs and limiting enrollment to college-ready students? Or, can community colleges simultaneously expand educational opportunity and improve student completion? In John Dewey and the Future of Community College Education, Cliff Harbour argues that before these questions can be answered, community colleges must articulate the values and priorities that will guide them in the future. Harbour proposes that leaders across the institution come together and adopt a new democracy-based normative vision grounded in the writings of John Dewey, which would call upon colleges to do much more than impr...

The Harbours of England

 (The Harbours of England)

Fragrant Harbour by John Lanchester (March 23,2004)

 (Fragrant Harbour by John Lanchester (March)

Bridging Saint John Harbour (Historic Canada)

 (Bridging Saint John Harbour (Historic)
In the 1850s, lumber mill owner W. Kilby Reynolds, with engineer Edward R. Serrell, succeeded in building the first suspension bridge to connect divided Saint John. This operated as a toll crossing until 1858, when it became a government-owned structure. From then until the present, there have been two vehicular-pedestrian bridges and two rail bridges serving travelers crossing Saint John Harbour at the gorge at the Reversing Falls. By the third quarter of the 19th century, there was talk and plans for a second bridge, one which would cross at Navy Island to the North End. It took about 80 years before this plan came to fruition, and the Saint John Harbour Bridge opened in 1968. Through this rich collection of photographs, Bridging Saint John Harbour clearly shows the importance of the varied connector bridges over Saint John Harbour and how they came to be built.


It's the eighties and Groom Lake is full of secrets. Outside of the public view and working in the dark, the Special Access Projects of Area 51 become the go-to solutions for some of our nation's most sensitive problems. With North Korea increasing their tactical nuclear capability and the President demanding information, General Mitchell goes once again to his Top Secret arsenal to get results. When the mission goes awry, there is only one team secret enough to set things right -- the Nighthawks.Nighthawks is a provocative thriller that provides insight into the duty, honor, and sacrifice of those who work in secret, doing great deeds that forever remain unknown.

Kinsale Harbour: A History by John R. Thuillier (2014-08-13)

 (Kinsale Harbour: A History by John R. Thuillier)

LETTER FROM GROSVENOR SQUARE An Account of a Stewardship, a Study of an Enduring Friendship of Men and of Nations

 (LETTER FROM GROSVENOR SQUARE An Account of a Stewardship, a Study of an Enduring Friendship of Men and of)
John G. Winant (1889-1947) was an American teacher and Republican politician from Concord, New Hampshire. Born in New York City, Winant held positions in New Hampshire, national, and international politics. He was the first man to serve more than a single two-year term as Governor of New Hampshire, winning election three times. The next year, he was elected to head the International Labor Office in Geneva, Switzerland, from January 1939. In 1941 Roosevelt appointed him ambassador to Britain, and remained in that post until he resigned in March 1946. President Truman appointed him U.S. representative to UNESCO in 1946. In 1947, was made an honorary member of the British Order of Merit. Excerpt from Wikipedia

The Great Halifax Explosion: A World War I Story of Treachery, Tragedy, and Extraordinary Heroism

 (The Great Halifax Explosion: A World War I Story of Treachery, Tragedy, and Extraordinary)
NATIONAL BESTSELLER • The riveting, tick-tock account of the largest manmade explosion in history prior to the atomic bomb, and the equally astonishing tales of survival and heroism that emerged from the ashes, from acclaimed New York Times bestselling author John U. BaconAfter steaming out of New York City on December 1, 1917, laden with a staggering three thousand tons of TNT and other explosives, the munitions ship Mont-Blanc fought its way up the Atlantic coast, through waters prowled by enemy U-boats. As it approached the lively port city of Halifax, Mont-Blanc's deadly cargo erupted with the force of 2.9 kilotons of TNT—the most powerful explosion ever visited on a human population, save for HIroshima and Nagasaki. Mont-Blanc was vaporized in one fifteenth of a second; a shockwave leveled the surrounding city. Next came a thirty-five-foot tsunami. Most astounding of all, however, were the incredible tales of survival and heroism that soon emerged from the rubble.This is the unforgettable story told in John U. Bacon's The Great Halifax Explosion: a ticktock account of fateful decisions that led to doom, the human faces of the blast's 11,000 casualties, and the equally moving individual stories of those who lived and selflessly threw themselves into urgent rescue wor...

Fragrant Harbour. John Lanchester

John Harbour (Fragrant Harbour. John)

Harbour. John Ajvide Lindqvist

John Harbour (Harbour. John Ajvide)

Legacy of John Waldie and Sons : A History of the Victoria Harbour Lumber Company

John Harbour (Legacy of John Waldie and Sons : A History of the Victoria Harbour Lumber)
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