It’s not a lie if you can’t remember the truth. “Mesmerizing, electric, and achingly lovely, The One Memory of Flora Banks is unforgettable. One of the best YA novels I've read in a very long time.” --Jennifer Niven, New York Times bestselling author of All the Bright Places Seventeen-year-old Flora Banks has no short-term memory. Her mind resets itself several times a day, and has since the age of ten, when the tumor that was removed from Flora’s brain took with it her ability to make new memories. That is, until she kisses Drake, her best friend's boyfriend, the night before he leaves town. Miraculously, this one memory breaks through Flora's fractured mind, and sticks. Flora is convinced that Drake is responsible for restoring her memory and making her whole again. So, when an encouraging email from Drake suggests she meet him on the other side of the world—in Svalbard, Norway—Flora knows with certainty that this is the first step toward reclaiming her life. But will following Drake be the key to unlocking Flora’s memory? Or will the journey reveal that nothing is quite as it seems? Already a bestselling debut in the UK, this unforgettable novel is Memento meets We Were Liars and will have you racing through the pages to unravel the truth. Praise for The One Memory of Flora Banks: An EW Most Anticipated YA Novel of 2017 ★ "[A] remarkable odyssey...an enthralling story...a deftly, compassionately written mystery.” —Booklist, starred review ★ "Barr’s tale mingles Oliver Sacks–like scientific curiosity with Arctic adventure and YA novel in a way that’s equally unsettling, winsome, and terrifying." —Horn Book, starred review "Perfect for fans of both young adult romance and psychological thrillers, The One Memory of Flora Banks is destined to become one of your favorite beach reads of 2017. Promise." —Bustle "Mesmerizing, electric, and achingly lovely, The One Memory of Flora Banks is unforgettable. One of the best YA novels I've read in a very long time." —Jennifer Niven, New York Times bestselling author of All the Bright Places "Ultimately, this title will leave readers with a sense of hope and faith in the human spirit....A strong choice for YA shelves." —School Library Journal "Flora’s situation may be singular, but her desire for autonomy should speak loudly to teens in the midst of their own journeys into adulthood." —Publishers Weekly "An affecting portrayal of living with amnesia and discovering one's own agency." —Kirkus "[T]his is [Barr's] first YA novel and it is a good one. It will not be forgotten by readers." —VOYA "An extraordinarily moving and original novel, a story of secrecy and lie, love and loss that manages to be both heart-breaking and life-affirming...Barr’s first novel for teenagers...is as brave as Flora herself." —Daily Mail "An icily atmospheric story...captivating...[a] pacy page-turner that packs a significant emotional punch." —The Guardian
Author: Fabrice Mazza, Sylvain Lhullier
Enigma is a stimulating collection of over 170 brain-teasers, games of logic, puzzles, conundrums, riddles and paradoxes to be solved by yourself, or with friends and family. It is the perfect book to provoke conversation, debate and creative thinking. The puzzles inside range from simple riddles to highly challenging logic puzzles that will have you scratching your head for hours! More than just a book of puzzles, it's a visual and cerebral feast to treasure and will add something unique to your book collection.
Isadora Moon Goes to School
Author: Harriet Muncaster
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Meet Isadora Moon! She's half-fairy, half-vampire and totally unique! Isadora Moon loves sunshine — and nighttime. She loves her magic wand — and her black tutu. She loves spooky bats — and Pink Rabbit. Isadora is half-fairy, half-vampire, and she’s special because she is different! Now Isadora’s parents want her to start school, but she’s not sure where she belongs — fairy school or vampire school?
Toutes les matières 3e
Author: Isabelle De Lisle, Dominique Blanc, Michèle Blanc, Christophe Saïsse
Publisher: Hachette Education
Cet ouvrage vous propose : les cours complets, pour comprendre et retenir l'essentiel ; des conseils, des méthodes et de nombreux exemples pour savoir utiliser ses connaissances dans les exercices ; plus de 800 exercices progressifs, pour bien s'entraîner ; tous les corrigés dans un livret détachable. Cette publication contient aussi une préparation scientifique au Brevet, avec : 10 sujets du Brevet corrigés ; 4 en maths, 3 en français, 3 en histoire/géographie/éducation civique, une présentation des épreuves et des conseils pratiques, les conditions d'attribution du diplôme du brevet mais aussi : des tests préliminaires permettant dans chaque matière, de repérer ses points faibles, afin de choisir les leçons à réviser en priorité ; un guide parents, à télécharger gratuitement sur le site de l'éditeur.
Ce manuel de référence offre une représentation théorique exhaustive du développement de la vie psychique à tous les âges de la vie de la naissance à la vieillesse. Les auteurs issus de la pensée psychanalytique retracent : - dans la Partie I : l'histoire de la réalité psychique ; - dans la Partie II : les logiques qui sous-tendent les formes d'expression de la psychopathologie sans oublier l'apport des neurosciences ; - dans la Partie III : les méthodes projectives en psychopathologie ; - dans la Partie IV : le soin psychique avec les psychothérapies le travail du psychothérapeute et les médiations thérapeutiques. Cette troisième édition est enrichie d'un nouveau chapitre sur la délinquance et la criminalité et d'un développement conséquent sur les psychothérapies. Ce manuel s'adresse à tous ceux qui étudiants jeunes professionnels et psychologues confirmés sont soucieux d'une vue d'ensemble et actualisée de l'approche clinique de la vie psychique et des formes de sa pathologie.
Author: Jean-François Mallet
Learn to cook classic French cuisine the easy way with this French bestseller from professionally trained chef Jean-François Mallet. Taking cooking back to basics, Simplissime is bursting with easy-to-follow and quick recipes for delicious French food. Discover how to make a mouth-watering Apple Tart with Cinnamon with just five ingredients, or Spaghetti with Asparagus and Orange in just three steps. For an impressive dish, whip up mouth-watering Mussels in Curry in a short 15 minutes. Each of the 160 recipes in this book is made up of only 2-6 ingredients, and can be made in a short amount of time. Recipe steps are precise and simple, accompanied by clear photographs of each ingredient and finished dish. Cooking has never been so easy! It's no surprise that this book has been selling a copy every ten seconds in France.
The Kissing Hand
Author: Audrey Penn
Publisher: Tanglewood Publishing, Inc.
School is starting in the forest, but Chester Raccoon does not want to go. To help ease Chester's fears, Mrs. Raccoon shares a family secret called the Kissing Hand to give him the reassurance of her love any time his world feels a little scary. Since its first publication in 1993, this heartwarming book has become a children's classic that has touched the lives of millions of children and their parents, especially at times of separation, whether starting school, entering daycare, or going to camp. It is widely used by kindergarten teachers on the first day of school. Stickers at the back will help children and their parents keep their Kissing Hand alive.
She Will Build Him a City
Author: Raj Kamal Jha
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
As night falls in Delhi, a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Now grown up, her child is a puzzle with a million pieces, whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, a young man rides the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city, but the stories of this woman, man, and child--of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of a boy who maps his own destiny--weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling, and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India.
Fleeing dark forces and unfounded accusations across Europe in the years between World Wars, a young man named Vango has been in danger for as long as he can remember. He has spent his life running along rooftops, fleeing to isolated islands, and evading capture across Russia, Paris, New York, and Italy. Narrow escapes, near misses, and a dash of romantic intrigue will rivet adventurous teens to their seats as Vango continues to unravel the mysteries of his past. In the shadow of a rapidly changing world, can Vango find those who have hunted him for so long and uncover his true identity?
The funny story of Wolf who wants to change the colors in his life!
Author: Rupert Guinness
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
A powerful memoir about an epic bike race across one of the most challenging landscapes in the world Rupert Guinness set out on the trip of a lifetime: to race across Australia in the inaugural Indian Pacific Wheel Race. This was no ordinary bike race. Unlike the Tour de France, which Guinness had made his name reporting on for decades, competitors rode completely unassisted from Fremantle in Western Australia to the Opera House in Sydney on the other side of the country - a gruelling distance of over 5000 kilometres that would not only test riders' physical endurance but their psychological resilience. Dubbed 'The Hunger Games on Wheels', there would be no help, just riders and their bikes crossing one of the most beautiful – and often most inhospitable – places on earth. Rupert’s mission was to test his own grit, physical and emotional, as he followed the trail of the pioneering men and women whose historic rides over the last two centuries unveiled a largely unknown interior. But when a terrible tragedy stopped everyone in their tracks, what he discovered was the extraordinary power of the human spirit. Rupert and his fellow competitors were forced to make some of the toughest decisions they had ever faced.
Author: Kathrine Kressmann Taylor
Publisher: Dramatists Play Service, Inc.
In an era of austerity, recession, and rising nationalism, two friends are torn apart when the Nazi regime infiltrates their friendship and families to devastating effect. Based on the bestselling book, which was written as an anti-fascist call to arms and banned in 1930s Germany for dramatically exposing the threat of Nazism, ADDRESS UNKNOWN is a timely warning of how humanity can fail in the face of extreme ideology.
Author: Norman Foster, Thomas Leslie
Publisher: Prestel Pub
Traces the evolution of the 2.46 km-long Milau Viaduct in southern France from first sketches through completion.